Arcadia Publishing has signed Gerrie Schipske to write a 4th book for their history series. The book -- Legendary Locals of Long Beach -- will be published this summer.
If you know a
legendary local of Long Beach -- past or present -- send your information and photograph for possible
inclusion in the book to email@example.com.
Gerrie will be joined by her daughter, Kate
Schipske, in writing this photo essay about those who have had a lasting
impact on our city.
Notice: This is not a City of Long Beach site.
Dear Readers: Please note that this is not a City of Long Beach website and is not paid for nor maintained by taxpayer funds.
If you contact Gerrie Schipske through this site on any matter pertaining to the City of Long Beach, a copy of your contact will be forwarded to her official city email as an official public record.
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Save Station 18
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