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Memphis Then and Now

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Memphis — the birthplace of the Blues and world-famous barbeque — has a soul like no other city in America’s Mid-South. It’s home to FedEx, the first Holiday Inn, and Graceland. Experience it all for yourself in the new title from the best-selling Then and Now series: Memphis Then and Now.

• Amazing then-and-now photographs of Memphis’ most popular sites take readers on an
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Hardcover, 144 pages
Published August 15th 2008 by Thunder Bay Press (first published July 28th 2008)
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