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Lawrence Herzog

Lawrence Herzog is freelance writer, photographer and broadcaster, and the foremost writer on Edmonton's real estate heritage.

His contributions to the feature article database are the "Inside Edmonton" and "It's Your Heritage" columns, written for Edmonton's Real Estate Weekly since 1988. They have been available online since 2002 at www.rewedmonton.ca. As a freelance photographer, his photographs have appeared in publications such as Real Estate Weekly, Westworld and Ken Tingley's book, Building a Legacy: Edmonton's 100 Years of Heritage Architecture and Urban Design.

Lawrence now lives in Victoria, British Columbia, where he continues to write for Real Estate Weekly.


References

Edmonton Broadcasters. "Lawrence Herzog." Retrieved July 24, 2008 from www.edmontonbroadcasters.com

Edmonton Real Estate Weekly. www.rewedemonton.ca

Herzog, Lawrence. "Bio." Retrieved July 24, 2008 from www.lawrenceherzog.com

Herzog, Lawrence. Built on Coal: A History of Beverly, Edmonton's Working Class Town. Edmonton: Beverly Community Development Society, 2000.

Herzog, Lawrence and Shirley Lowe. The Life of a Neighbourhood: A History of Edmonton's Oliver District, 1870 to 1950. Edmonton: Oliver Community League, 2002.

Last Link on the Left. "Edmonton - It's Our Heritage." Retrieved July 24, 2008 from lastlinkontheleft.com

"Real Estate Weekly Columnist Honoured." Real Estate Weekly. September 26, 2001. 19(39).

Tingley, Ken. Building a Legacy: Edmonton's 100 Years of Heritage Architecture and Urban Design. Red Deer: Red Deer Press, 2007.
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