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“Brea, Then and Now” pictorial history book everyone’s raving about

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Tim Harvey has written a pictorial history book of Brea for the Brea Historical Society called “Brea, Then and Now.”
    “This new history book of Brea is a delight to behold whether you are a new resident or a longtimer. It should be made available to all Brea School libraries so our childen can appreciate the story of their town as an example of what made this country great.” said Rex Gaede.
Historian Brian Saul said “ It's so well-written, the photos are excellent, and it allows people to learn about Brea's history in a fun and interesting way.
     Historical Society board member Scott Neal said he can’t put the book down.

Scott Neal, board member of the Brea Historical Society and his two children Angelina and

 You can buy the book weekdays from Laura Holcom at Community Development on the second floor of the Brea Civic & Cultural Center. It is also available at the Brea Museum on Saturdays from 10:00-3:00 p.m. The cost is $30.
Susan Gaede
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"Thank you" for visiting Beautiful Brea Old & New (BBON). First & foremost, I am a proud mother & wife. I am also a well-rounded freelance consultant. But you can call me an enthusiastic cheerleader, supporting and promoting the city of Brea and its historic iconic Charlie's Clock turned "Charlie the Clock cartoon character!" Click on the front page illustration to read about the beloved time traveling talking clock!!

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