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History of Concord, Its Progress and Promise

 History of Concord,  Its Progress and Promise by Edna May Andrews, and Janet Settle, Arliss Harmon, and Takako Endo. Published by the Concord Historical Society 1986 The biography of the city, looking back from 1986 $33.00 incl. tax $20 for members Table of Contents:...

In Sickness and Health

In Sickness and Health: The Progress of Medical Care in Contra Costa County, 1951 - 2000 by Marvin A. Epstein, M.D. 280 pages $10.00 incl. tax

Days Gone By in Contra Costa County, California ~ Volume 3

Days Gone By in Contra Costa County, California Volume 3 by Nilda Rego Published by the Contra Costa County Historical Society 2005 $17.00 including tax Contents Tom Edwards and Crockett Jacuzzis' Ranch Reunion Richard Stege, Entrepreneur Winemaker Sees Red The...

Days Gone By in Contra Costa County, California ~ Volume 2

Days Gone By in Contra Costa County, California Volume 2 by Nilda Rego Published by the Contra Costa County Historical Society 1998 $17.00 including tax Contents County 'Boys' Eager to Fight in Spanish War Whole World Passes By Port Costa Saloon Quilts Improved the...

Days Gone By in Contra Costa County, California ~ Volume 1

  Days Gone By in Contra Costa County, California Volume 1 by Nida Rego Published by the Contra Costa County Historical Society 1997 $17.00 including tax The stories presented in this volume first appeared in the Contra Costa Times in Nilda Rego's remarkably...

Concord’s Dynamic Half Century

Concord's Dynamic Half Century The Years Since World War II by Lura Dymond Published by Heritage Media Corp. 2000 $25.00 incl. tax $15 for members Table of Contents Acknowledgements and Introduction Chapter One: The Late 1940s and 1950s: The Population Boom Begins A...

Behind the Barbed Wire

Behind the Barbed Wire: History of Naval Weapons Station Concord  By John Keibel Published by the author with underwriting by the City of Concord, 2009 Behind the Barbed Wire takes you behind a fence that for more than 60 years contained Naval Weapons Station Concord...

These products are available for sale by contacting the Concord Historical Society.

The Concord Historical Society also carries the following publications for sale.

  • A Short History of Concord  – $3 incl. tax
  • Tapestry Throw – $55.00 incl. tax
  • Commemorative Tile / Trivet – $8 incl. tax
  • Commemorative Gift Tags – $1 incl. tax

Heritage Photos

There is a fee for use of the photo, which does not include the cost of copying:

Members:

  • 1-10 photos – $10 each
  • Additional photos up to 25 – $5 each Additional photos beyond 25 – $1 each
  • -10 photos – $20 each
  • Additional photos up to 15 – $10 each
  • Additional photos beyond 15 – $5 each
  • Maximum $200

Non-Members:

  • No maximum

Fees for reproduction/printing of Heritage Photos by Resource Center staff:

  • Scan and print on photo paper: Members – $5 per page Non-Members – $10 per page
  • Scan and transfer any number of photos to CD: Members – $15 Non-Members – $20
  • Reproduction/printing by an outside photo shop can be arranged by CHS. The photo shop’s regular charges will apply to copies of Heritage Photos.

Copies:

Copies of documents/clippings, transcripts of oral histories, per page:

  • Members $.25
  • Non-Members $.50

Researching Oral History Records

Use of computer to research oral histories is by appointment only. The fee is per hour and can be pro-rated for 15 minute intervals:

  • Members $20
  • Non-Members $32

Staff research of oral histories, per hour; can be pro-rated for 15 minute intervals:

  • Members $24
  • Non-Members $36

Copies of oral history pages printed off computer as a result of research, per page:

  • Members $.25
  • Non-Members $.50