Every veteran in American should visit the Viet Nam Memorial in Rochester at least once in their lifetime. It is by far one of the most moving and inspiring municipal veterans memorials in America. Located away from the noise, congestion and urban clutter of the city, it is a peaceful and somber place where one can appreciate the sacrifices that the 280 area residents who died in Vietnam. Up until now, it has been impossible to view the Rochester Viet Nam Memorial in detail at your own pace. Video and web shots are all too often sweeping and brief. No single photograph or video can take in the emotion of the whole memorial To resolve this problem and to give anyone in the world the opportunity to tour the Rochester Viet Nam memorial, we have created 11 BRAVO 20, a computer viewable presentation with more than 325 images. In addition to individual pictures of each bollard that honors a local fallen soldier, the presentation includes picutres of the 20 monuments located on the upper and lower level of the memorial grounds. Touring the Rochester Viet Nam War Memorial is now as easy as putting a disk in you computer and moving though it at your own pace.
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The compact disk version of Cameras, Cars and Cosmo consists of two separate sections. The slide show, which is viewable on most computers, has more than 2500 advertisements for Rochester businesses from the 1820s through the 1950s. Each ad is indexed by category, year and business name so you can search the show and view select items if you wish. This slide show is a great resource for historians, genealogists, teachers, students and anyone who is interested in local history.
The second section of the CD includes the Bonus Material. Here you will find a magazine article about Kodak Park in 1891, another about the Selden factory and over a half dozen more. Also included are some interesting photos of Rochester. The subjects include a photo tour of Rochester in the early 1900s, and three fascinating panoramic views from the early 20th century. One is from the top of the Kodak office building, the second is from the old YMCA which stood where the Court Street Parking Garage is now and the third is from high above the current location of the Convention Center. Each can be enlarged and moved across by using your computer mouse or the controls on you slide show.
Corsets On Parade on compact disk has over 1200 images of corset ads from the mid-1800s through the 1930s with many in full color. It also includes a Bonus Section with reprints of over a dozen magazine articles with titles like Corsets and Corpulence, Girls and Corsets, The History of Corsets, The Straight Front Corset and Woman’s Friend, The Corset. Additional material in this section include a catalogue for H&W Corsets from 1910 and a 101 page pictorial history of the corset.
The Corsets On Parade compact disk is viewable on almost any computer equipped with Windows Photo Gallery or similar. Complete instructions are provided as to how to load and open the slide show.
Corsets on Parade the book and the compact disk are also available as a se at a special price. To order, please go to the “Book and Compact Disk Package” option on our menu bar on the welcome page. Use this page to order the compact disk only.
All Laughing Cat Books on compact disk are prepared on equipment that does not access the internet so you can rest assured they are safe to use on your computer.
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From Bustles to Flappers is a comprehensive compilation of more than 2500 images of women in cartoons and illustrations covering the years 1875 through 1925. Each item has been carefully selected, cropped and cleaned so it is easily viewable on your computer using Windows Slide Show or Windows Picture Manager. In addition, From Bustles to Flappers is fully searchable by year and topic. The years 1875 through 1925 were some of the most dramatic for women socially and politically. Not only did they go from non-voting to voting citizens, their roles in society also changed dramatically. Their popular image evolved from the Taylor-Made Woman to the Gibson Girl and then to the Flapper. From Bustles To Flappers takes you through these years and shows you that our great-grand-parents really weren’t that different from us. Their problems, their humor and their sexuality are all easily recognizable in these cartoons and illustrations. The road that women took during this time is also clearly visible. From the tightly-laced corseted woman of the 1870s to the relaxed flapper girl of the 1920s it was quite a journey. The Laughing Cat’s price for From Bustles to Flappers on compact disk is $14.95 including shipping and handling.
How High Are the High Falls? 21st Century Edition on CD is unlike any book you have ever seen before. It contains over 1000 trivia questions and answers about Rochester and Monroe County. Color pictures and illustrations are used with many of the questions. And its free if you pick it up through a distribution center. How High Are the High Falls? is in JPGE format and it is readable on almost any computer using the instructions provided. Laughing Cat Books will be providing How High Are The High Falls? at no charge through non-profit outlets such as libraries, community centers, etc. If you know of a library, community center or non-proft organization that is interested in helping us distribute How High Are the High Falls? please have them email: email@example.com Unfortunately, if you want a copy mailed to you we do have to charge $5.00 for packaging, shipping an handling.