Then and Now (books)

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Then and Now is a series of books published by Salamander Books, a subsidiary of Pavilion Books. [1] [2] In the United States, Thunder Bay Press publishes some books of the series as well.

Contents

The series began in the 1960s under the imprint of B. T. Batsford Ltd. and now covers historical photographic collections compared with contemporary photographs across the world.

Series list

The Pavilion Books 'Then and Now' included in the series for the United Kingdom and Australia: –

United Kingdom

Australia

Notes

  1. http://www.thenandnowbooks.com/pavilion Pavilion explanation of the publication series
  2. Then and Now Series, pavilionbooks.com. Retrieved 14 May 2019.
  3. Keith, Todd (2009), Birmingham then & now, Thunder Bay Press, ISBN   978-1-59223-949-8
  4. Burstein, Diane (2009), Batsford's London then and now, Batsford, ISBN   978-1-906388-38-6
  5. Schofield, Jonathan (2009), Manchester : then and now, Batsford, ISBN   978-1-906388-36-2
  6. Gregory, Helen (2015), Brisbane then and now, London Pavilion, ISBN   978-1-910496-73-2
  7. Chapman, Heather; Stillman, Judith, (author.) (2014), Melbourne then and now (Revised ed.), London Pavilion Books, ISBN   978-1-909815-31-5 CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  8. Offen, Richard (2016), Perth Then and Now, Pavilion Books ), ISBN   978-1-910904-90-9
  9. Mackaness, Caroline; Butler-Bowdon, Caroline (2005), Sydney then & now, Thunder Bay Press, ISBN   978-1-59223-551-3

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