Finally back in stock! After being out of print for 5 years, this beloved book – which our permanent exhibit is based on – is back in stock after a major book reprint project.
“A romantic vista, a favorite getaway, a proud community, and an Oregon jewel all describe the city of Cannon Beach. Author Terence O’Donnell captures the changing yet familiar face of this beloved coastal community in a story that covers 100 years of Cannon Beach history. Sumptuously illustrated with over 100 photographs, this is a book for anyone who has claimed Cannon Beach as their place by the sea, be it for an afternoon or a lifetime.”
We have to extend a sincere THANK YOU to dear friends of the museum and Cannon Beach community Mike & Tracey Clark and Candace & Jon Holzgrafe, for generously donating the funds to get the book Cannon Beach A Place by the Sea by Terence O’Donnell reprinted – a project cost of over +$10,000! We also need to give another humble THANK YOU to local Cannon Beach resident Rainmar Bartl and the owner of Rivertide Publishing Karen Leedom for taking on this huge project. Last, but absolutely not least, thank you so much to Jeffrey Hull Gallery for donating the original artwork by Jeffrey Hull, “Golden Evening,” for the new cover art used for the book reprint.