Liverpool: The Complete Record is the definitive account of one of the world's most successful and famous clubs, recounting every conceivable detail of Liverpool's 122 year-long history. Encompassing eighteen league titles, seven FA Cups and five European Cups, Liverpool remain the most successful club in English football history. Arnie Baldursson and Gudmundur Magnusson have spent years trawling through the archives to uncover every concievable fact and figure about Liverpool FC. In this acclaimed work they have painstakingly provided details of every game, line up, goalscorer, attendance and result, as well as a plethora of other facts and figures. With full appendixes detailing the careers of the hundreds of players to have turned out for the club and a full narrative account of Liverpool's amazing history, this is the must-read book for every fan of one of the best-supported clubs in the world.
In this huge landmark book, authors Arnie Baldursson and Gudmundur Magnusson have chronicled the individuals and incidents that made Liverpool Football Club one of the most famous institutions in world football. With full biographical entries on every man to pull on a Liverpool shirt, including some 420,000 words, hundreds of full colour photographs and utilising new and original research, the Liverpool Encyclopedia crosses new boundaries in the study of the Anfield giants. Beautifully laid out and lavishly illustrated, this will be an heirloom passed down between generations of Reds' fans. Coming just two years after the success of Liverpool: The Complete Record, Baldursson and Magnusson have created another indispensible addition to every Liverpool supporters' library. The Liverpool Encyclopedia includes: Full profiles, biographical and career information of EVERY Liverpool player to make a competitive appearance since the club's creation in 1892. More than 1100 photographs, including many rare and some previously unseen pictures. In depth profiles of every man to manage Liverpool. Articles on significant figures and moments in Anfield history. Facts, figures and statistics from the renowned LFChistory.net website; the benchmark in Reds' historical accuracy. Printed in full colour, expertly written and extravagantly illustrated throughout its 656 full colour pages, this is the essential reference work for every Liverpool supporter and student of English football. The authors' previous book, Liverpool: The Complete Record, was published to critical acclaim by deCoubertin Books in 2011.
By the 1930s the Liverpool School of Architecture was the most famous British school of architecture in the world, promoting modern architecture and city planning internationally. This book looks at the cultural environment in Liverpool at the turn of the twentieth century which enabled such an important institution to come to fruition. It examines attitudes towards design practice through the work of patrons, practitioners, institutions and theorists in the city, and considers the way their ideas were formed by national and international trends. From a city microcosm of contesting design aesthetics emerged a unique synthesis that was to exert a profound international influence in architectural and planning design.
The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
This book is the definitive guide to the film, stage, radio and television career of Kay Francis, one of the most glamorous stars from the golden age of Hollywood. For each film, the authors provide a thorough synopsis plus cast and crew information (including biographies), opening dates, production notes, behind-the-scenes details, and reviews. In addition, information is provided on her stage, radio, and television appearances, and a section is devoted to collecting Kay Francis memorabilia, including such items as cigarette cards, sheet music and soundtracks. Also covered is the stage and vaudeville career of Kay Francis’ mother, Katherine Clinton. A brief biography of Kay Francis is provided, along with an insightful foreword by film scholar James Robert Parish. Truly a treasure trove for Kay Francis fans and anyone interested in classic filmmaking in the 1930s and 1940s, the book includes more than 130 illustrations, many of them rare.