Telling the town's story

Ripley, J.
August 1991
Yankee;Aug91, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p122
Profiles Al Morris and Lex Paradis, founders of Phoenix Publishing in West Kennebunk, Maine and Sugar Hill, New Hampshire, which publishes local histories of New England towns and churches. Company's origins; Focus on high-quality historical volumes about the region; Start-to-finish responsibilities at Phoenix; Prices; Helping volunteers write a book.


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