Legendary Locals of Lowell is now available locally at Guy Lefebvre’s Lowell Gallery at 14 Jackson Street. Just around the corner from Central Street, Lowell Gallery is a treasure trove of historic images and artifacts of Lowell as well as a great place to get something framed. Plenty of convenient parking is located just a block away in the Edward Early garage, the first floor of which is reserved for short term (2 hours or less) parking that uses kiosks of the type found curbside throughout downtown. While you’re on Jackson Street, walk down to the end near the Lord Overpass and check out the tremendous progress that’s been made with the Hamilton Canal District development.
Barnes and Noble in Nashua is also selling the book. Hopefully the Paper Store at Drum Hill will have it, too. If any other retailers would like to carry it, they can contact me at DickHoweJr[at]gmail.com.
It was also fun scrolling through Facebook last night. Many who had ordered the book online arrived home to find it there. One of the favorite photos on Facebook was the one of Paul Marion (shown below) at a 1986 reading of his book Strong Place.