Robert Wheeler fondly recalls time spent with his daughters along Bostons Freedom Trail, from pushing a stroller, to walking hand-in-hand. The rich and fascinating stories evoked by each historic site, as well as the exceptional charm of Bostons quaint city streets, shops, and restaurants, lured him back again and again, inspiring this sensory and absorbing book. Robert is also the author of Hemingways Paris: A Writers City in Words and Images and Hemingways Havana: A Reflection of the Writers Life in Cuba. He lives near the sea in New Castle, New Hampshire, with his wife, Meme.
Anna Solo is a photojournalist and documentary storyteller from New York City. Her work with both local and national publications lets her travel back home, but collaborating on this book has allowed her to expand the bounds of her photography. Immersed in the history of the Freedom Trail has led to images that allow the viewer to see into the past while being connected to the present. She enjoys all four New England seasons with her husband, Kenneth, and dog, Brooklyn, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.