Pamela Brink Talks About Preservation of Lubbock’s History, New Book [Audio]
Wednesday on Lubbock’s First News, Pamela Brink, active member of the Lubbock Heritage Society, spoke with Tom and Laura about the book she co-authored and the work of the Society.
Lubbock, released this year, will be available at a book signing Sunday, November 17. The book signing will take place from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 2701 19th. Parking can be found at 2615 19th. The book will be available at the event for $22, then can be found for sale online. Lubbock is a book of photographs of Lubbock’s beginnings and development. The book is co-authored with Cindy Morton and Daniel Sanchez. Brink reflected, “we had a great time going through all sorts of old photographs and trying to find ones that give you a sense of why this town has been such an amazing engine of growth from its very beginning.”
The Lubbock Heritage Society works and advocates the preservation of historical structures in Lubbock. They try to come up with new ways to use all of or parts of older buildings. Brink outlined that the Society does aesthetic as well as cultural preservation. Regarding a question about the auditorium, Brink stated the Society’s support of the maintenance and preservation of the structure.
Get more information on the authors and book on the publisher’s website.
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