LB's cousin, Clarke, came to visit and LB took him on a tour all over Canton. They forgot to label their pictures, so put your sleuth skills to the test and help the bears remember where in Canton they visited.
Read the clue, look at the picture and send your guess to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Where in Canton #1", then claim your Sleuth it! badge. All correct entries will be entered in a drawing for a prize at the end of the contest. Please one entry per picture.
Clue #1 - Didn't go far to have a lesson about Canton's past.
All the great prizes: the life of John Hay, from Lincoln to Roosevelt by John Taliaferro
The Astor orphan: a memoir by Alexandra Aldrich
Coolidge by Amity Shlaes
The lost daughter by Mary Williams
Shadow warrior: William Egan Colby and the CIA by Randall B. Woods
She left me the gun: my mother's life before me by Emma Brockes
Antarctica: a biography by David Day
Finding Florida: the true history of the Sunshine State by T.D. Allman
The guns at last light: the war in Western Europe, 1944- 1945 by Rick Atkinson
Here is where: discovering America's great forgotten history by Andrew Carroll
Hitler's charisma: leading millions into the abyss by Laurence Rees
A journey through Tudor England by Suzannah Lipscomb
1. Big night [videodisc] by Rysher Entertainment presents a Timpano production:
Determined to drum up business and foil his Little Italy rival, Secondo concocts a rumor that bandleader Louis Prima will dine at his restaurant that very night, sending chef Primo into a frenzy. Will it be the finest night of his career, or will it be a financial disaster? Will Louis Prima actually come to dine? With wonderful performances by Stanley Tucci and Tony Shalhoub, it's worth viewing this film just to see the dinner's masterpiece timpano.
2. Toast [videodisc] by W2 Media Inc, BBC, and Screen WM present ; produced by Faye Ward ; written by Lee Hall ; directed by SJ Clarkson:
England's reputation for terrible food may be deserved if this film, based on food writer Nigel Slater's memoirs, can be believed. Nigel's mum may have served meals from boiled tins, but he and his dad adored her. When she dies and her place in his father's affections is threatened by their gastronomically adept cleaning lady, Nigel enters into an unofficial culinary contest with his late mother's rival.
The Americans: the national experience by Daniel J. Boorstin
The photograph and the American dream, 1840-1940 by Foreword, William Jefferson Clinton ; American notes, Charles Dickens; essays, Stephen White and Andreas Blühm
Eyes of the nation: a visual history of the United States by Vincent Virga and curators of the Library of Congress ; with Alan Brinkley
Witness to America: an illustrated documentary history of the United States from the Revolution to today by Stephen Ambrose & Douglas Brinkley, [editors]
Enslaved by ducks by Bob Tarte
Birds of Detroit by Chris C. Fisher, Allen T. Chartier
Michigan turtles and lizards: a field guide and pocket reference by James H. Harding and J. Alan Holman ; photography and illustrations by James H. Harding, except where otherwise credited
Fish of Michign field guide by David Bosanko
The wolves of Isle Royale: a broken balance by Rolf O. Peterson
Fowl weather by Bob Tarte
Alden B. Dow: midwestern modern by Diane Maddex
Art Deco in Detroit by Rebecca Binno Savage and Greg Kowalski
Art in Detroit public places by text by Dennis Nawrocki ; photographs by David Clements
Buildings of Michigan by Kathryn Bishop Eckert
Artists of early Michigan: a biographical dictionary of artists native to or active in Michigan, 1701-1900 by compiled by Arthur Hopkin Gibson ; research assistants, Beverly Bassett and Jean Spang
Marshall M. Fredericks, sculptor by edited by Suzanne P. Fredericks ; introductory essay by Edgar P. Richardson ; foreword by Sammuel Sachs II ; researched and compiled by Marcy Heller Fisher ; with contributions by Barbara Heller ... [et al.]
Looking for Przybylski by K.C. Frederick
Detroit breakdown by D.E. Johnson
Say nice things about Detroit by Scott Lasser
Grand River and Joy by Susan Messer
Trigger man: more tales of the Motor City by Jim Ray Daniels
See what I see by Gloria Whelan
Sparks by Laura Bickle
The dollmaker by Harriette Arnow
Detroit breakdown by D.E. Johnson — Detroit, 1912.
The Detroit electric scheme by D. E. Johnson — Detroit, 1910.
The expeditions: a novel by Karl Iagnemma — Michigan Territory, 1844.
Grand River and Joy by Susan Messer — Detroit, 1967.
Looking for Przybylski by K.C. Frederick — Detroit, mid-1970s.
The mercy killers: a novel by Lisa Reardon — Ypsilanti, 1967.
Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides — Detroit, from Prohibition to the present.
Of woods and water: a photographic journey across Michigan by Ron Leonetti and Christopher Jordan ; foreword by Dave Dempsey
The paddler's guide to Michigan by Jeff Counts
Hiking Michigan by Roger E. Storm, Susan M. Wedzel
Belle Isle to 8 Mile: an insider's guide to Detroit by edited by Andy Linn, Emily Linn and Rob Linn
Twelve classic trout streams in Michigan: a handbook for fly anglers by Gerth E. Hendrickson ; fully revised by Jim DuFresne
The burning of Rachael Hayes by Doug Allyn
Company man: a novel by Joseph Finder
Eden Springs: a novella by Laura Kasischke
Freshwater boys by Adam Schuitema
The river swimmer: novellas by Jim Harrison
Ford Road by Amy Kenyon
Say nice things about Detroit by Scott Lasser
Arab Americans in Metro Detroit: a pictorial history by Anan Ameri ; Yvonne Lockwood
Arab Americans in Michigan by Rosina J. Hassoun
Chaldeans in Michigan by Mary C. Sengstock
Michigan by David Lee Poremba
Bold women in Michigan history by Virginia Law Burns
State of war: Michigan in World War II by Alan Clive
Bath massacre: America's first school bombing by Arnie Bernstein
Lives and legends of the Christmas tree ships by Fred Neuschel
Eyes on fire: witnesses to the Detroit Riot of 1967 by edited by Heather Buchanan, Sharon Stanford, Teresa Kimble
The Way-Back Room: A Memoir of a Detroit Childhood by Minock, Mary
Michigan remembered: photographs from the Farm Security Administration and the Office of War Information, 1936- 1943 by edited by Constance B. Schulz ; with introductory essays by Constance B. Schulz and William H. Mulligan, Jr
Father Abraham's children: Michigan episodes in the Civil War by Frank B. Woodford ; new foreword by Arthur M. Woodford
The Potawatomis, keepers of the fire by R. David Edmunds
Picturing Hemingway's Michigan by Michael R. Federspiel
Lumberjack: inside an era in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan by William S. Crowe ; editors, Lynn McGlothlin Emerick, Ann McGlothlin Weller
Traveling through time: a guide to Michigan's historical markers by edited by Laura Rose Ashlee
Michigan, the Great Lakes state: an illustrated history by George S. May, JoEllen Vinyard
The sweetness of freedom: stories of immigrants by Stephen Garr Ostrander & Martha Aladjem Bloomfield
The Toledo War: the first Michigan-Ohio rivalry by Don Faber
Michigan ghost towns of the Upper Peninsula by compiled by Roy L. Dodge
The Underground Railroad in Michigan by Carol E. Mull
I invented the modern age: the rise of Henry Ford by Richard Snow
Life with Mae: a Detroit family memoir by Neal Shine
The Dodge brothers: the men, the motor cars, and the legacy by Charles K. Hyde
William G. Milliken: Michigan's passionate moderate by Dave Dempsey
Empire builders: how Michigan entrepreneurs helped make America great by Burton W. Folson, Jr
The situation in Flushing by Edmund G. Love