Ocean City Volume II
From funnel cakes to Ferris wheels and deep-sea fishing to seasonal festivals, Ocean City, now a year-round reterat, has offered millions of visitors an endless variety of entertainment. Having survived destruction caused by storms, problems associated with the real estate boom, and the overwhelming surge of visitors who each summer crowd the boardwalk and Coastal Highway, this small town has matured over the last few decades into the jewel of Maryland's shore.
Authors and local historians Nan DeVincent-Hayes, Ph.D., and John E. Jacob have compiled a fascinating collection of images and detailed historical captions that document the dramatic changes Ocean City has undergone in the last half of the twentieth century. 128 pp.