‘Memories Of Yesteryear’ now in a book
Nov 04, 2012 | 801 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Cleveland Daily Banner carried an article on Sundays for a period of some three months, titled “Memories Of Yesteryear.” This popular series was written by Alexander W. Delk, a resident of Cleveland who, at age 90, reminisces on how life was in rural America during the period between the two great wars, World War I and World War II.

The series deals with many aspects of life throughout much of the country during the 1920s and the 1930s. It allows older people to look back on their experiences, some from personal experience and others from that of their parents. Younger Americans can learn from it how life was in those days when most of the modern conveniences of life were not available.

“Memories Of Yesteryear” is now available in book form and may be secured by calling the author at 423-472-2664. The book was published by XLibris of Bloomington, Ind., and should be available in book stores soon. The author will be happy to personally sign copies of the book and is available to speak to various groups. Simply call the above number for an autographed copy of the book.