Now Available…

If you notice over on the navigation bar on the left, there is a new link for the bookstore/shop.

I am happy to announce that the first project is now availabe for sale. I have published it in a manner to attempt to keep the cost as low as possible to you.

This is the first of hopefully several projects. Also planned for this winter are a few reprints of some long out of print rare Windsor Books.

The details on the current project are as follows:

Windsor Modern

Windsor Modern – A companion book to the exhibition held at the Art Gallery of Windsor in the fall of 2007. Click the book cover for details, a preview and ordering information. 49 pages, black and white photographs.


A guidebook to Modern Architecture 1940-1970 in Windsor Ontario Canada
Product Details:
Printed: 49 pages, 6″ x 9″, perfect binding, cream interior paper (60# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper (100# weight), full-color exterior ink
Publisher: Andrew Foot
Copyright: © 2007 Andrew Foot
Language: English
Country: Canada

If you’re interested, please buy a copy. Remember your orders help to support the site.

Related posts

James Patten - In Memoriam

Buildings of WindsorWindsor

Jackson Park Bandshell

DemolitionLost WindsorOld PhotographsWindsor

Tunnel Bar-B-Q 2015

Old PhotographsWindsor

2422 Gladstone Avenue

Recent Comments:

  • JM on 841 Ouellette – Final Days: “Thank you for this timely story. I must say that the 1976 photo displayed characteristics of the better days. Renovations…May 6, 13:53
  • Robert on Joseph L. Reaume House – 1924: “If I recall, it had a red tile roof which was eye-catching against the white walls. Always a favourite of…Apr 26, 17:55
  • Jim Kennedy on Joseph L. Reaume House – 1924: “Thank you for that post, and all your others. You are doing a great service capturing lost Windsor! This Reaume…Apr 25, 09:00
  • Dave Bensette on Yawkey Farms: “Thanks for the interesting read. I grew up at Matchette and Chappus in the 1970’s. Some of that stuff sounds…Apr 16, 17:10
  • D Ouellette on Yawkey Farms: “I grew up on Broadway between 18 Hwy and Matchette Road. The transport company on the corner of Broadway and…Mar 29, 13:33