A signed copy of Scott and Sandy Blackman’s photo essay book on the historic Oregon Country Fair. Scott and Sandy Blackman have been attending the Oregon Country Fair since 1972, when it was called the Oregon Renaissance Fair. This book highlights the Fair from their point of view as visitors. The book includes other photographers’ images and their recollections. The Blackmans interviewed Fair Family members, staff, and vendors. They consulted Suzi Prozanski’s book, “Fruit of the Sixties: The Founding of the Oregon Country Fair,” reviewed the organization’s historical materials from Fair Family News, The Peach Pit, the Fair’s displays at the Elder’s Still Living Room, and the History Gallery. Using these resources, they compiled a short summary of the Fair’s evolution over five decades, but they state they have only skimmed the surface. For a more in-depth history of the first ten years, they recommend you read Suzi Prozanski’s book.