Sedalia (Images Of Modern America)
Sedalia has garnered a number of names since its founding in 1860, including Queen of the Prairie and the State Fair City. The trend toward positive designations vanished in the 1930s along with Sedalia's economic base. Life magazine declared Sedalia the city second hardest hit by the Depression in the United States. The postwar prosperity of the 1950s brought new life to Sedalia. Manufacturing an...
Series: Images of Modern America
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (December 12, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 0.3 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 2217892
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“This is a wonderful book. I lived in Sedalia during high school, and have wonderful memories of life there. This book was filled with a lot of pictures of those memories!...”
industry sprang up, setting the stage for future industrial development. At the same time, businesses and services began moving outside the downtown core. Shopping malls and motels converted Broadway Boulevard, once a residential street for Sedalia's elite, into a major highway. The silence of the railroad shops and the sounds of the Ozark Music Festival and Scott Joplin Ragtime Festival were other hallmarks of the era. Through more than 160 pictures, many previously unpublished, this book celebrates Sedalia's most memorable landmarks and pivotal events from 1950 to present.