As of January 2020, I have published a total of ten books, all either directly or indirectly about outdoor themes. Five of the books are about the history of outdoor gear. I know you can't read the book titles in the picture below; book descriptions are below the picture.

 

From top left to lower right, in order: Frostline Kits of Colorado ----- GERRY, To Live in the Mountains ----- The Misadventures of a Wannabe Draft Dodger in Europe ----- Dawning and Other Outdoor Adventure Stories ----- Holubar Mountaineering Ltd ----- MSR, Defying Tradition ----- Stephenson's Warmlite, Still Controversial After All These Years, 6x9 b&w ----- SAAB Boneyard (automobiles) ----- Stephenson's Warmlite, 8x10 full-color version with much more content ----- The Dome (Washington's State Capitol).

The books on the left side of the above image are all 8x10 full-color, with premium papers and bindings. The books on the right side are mostly 6x9 color "trade" books and are much less expensive. The Dome is a 6x6. And the 6x9 Warmlite book is in b&w.

The following are links to my publisher for each book. There you can order the books and/or view short previews of each book.

Frostline

GERRY

The Misadventures...

Dawning...

Holubar

MSR

Stephensons Warmlite 6x9 b&w

SAAB Boneyard

Stephenson's Warmlite 8x10 full color

The Dome

Link to my Biography pages

Please Note that eight of the above print books are available as high quality PDFs, directly from me as downloads for $15 each. Some are also available as eBooks.

Contact: brucej@Oregonphotos.com

Link to History of Gear Main Page, where you can follow links to in-depth stories about each of these classic gear companies

 

Page last revised 01/04/2020