THIS book, Historical Photos of Orange County by Leslie Stone, would make a great Father’s Day gift for anyone who lives, or has lived in Orange County. This book is a beautiful photo essay of what Orange County was & how it has evolved into what it is today…
Historic Photos of Orange County offers some 200 images drawn from the county’s fascinating past, from the mission ruins of San Juan Capistrano, to the turn-of-the-century celery fields of Westminster, to the eye-popping fantasia of a young Disneyland. By East Coast standards, Orange County is a relative baby just over a century old and tiny compared to most California counties; but its population is second only to neighboring Los Angeles County and growing every day. This volume captures the story of Orange County’s evolution from a sleepy backwater suburb of Los Angeles to an international tourist destination.
Purchase your copy HERE. Historic Photos of Orange County definitely is the perfect gift, not to mention a great conversation starter… it’s so much fun to see how Orange County has changed and developed looked over the years.