Booklet, color photos, 72 pages 
Published in November 2005
ISBN 0977274209


An Unorthodox Guide to Long Island City

by Paul Parkhill and Katherine Gray
Illustrations by Monte Antrim
Photography by Anthony Hamboussi

The culmination of a three-year, multi-faceted public history and public art project, this book explores 54 sites in NYC's most dynamic and misconstrued neighborhood. 72 full color pages, including original photographic work by Anthony Hamboussi and illustrations by Monte Antrim.

"A useful, surprising, and unconventional street guide to 54 points of interest in the urbanscape that lies in the shadow of Manhattan."
- Center for Land Use Interpretation 

"A wonderful walking tour of this sprawling neighborhood, without all the long distances or tiresome walking."
- Tropolism (Read the entire review here)

Another review can be found on Joey in Astoria,

Paul Parkhill and Katherine Gray are the directors of Place In History. For more information click here.