Cicero - Images Of America



Arcadia Publishing recently released Cicero, by Thomas B. Mafrici and Elizabeth A. August, in their Images Of America series. I've just finished reading this book. I especially enjoyed the hundreds of vintage pictures they included and I was very impressed by the detailed descriptions of each and every photo. The authors obviously put in a lot of time and effort into this detail. Personally, I enjoyed finding out where each picture was taken and what stands in these locations today.

For a limited time, you can order an autographed copy of Cicero directly from Mr. Mafrici. Click the button below to order online securely through PayPal.

Cicero (128 Pages)


Also available for a limited time, autographed by Mr. Mafrici, is a packet of 15 historic Cicero postcards from Arcadia Publishing's Postcards Of America series. Click the button below to order online securely through PayPal.

Cicero (15 Postcards)

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The following pages of historic Cicero, NY photos do not contain any photos that are included in the above book. However, Thomas Mafrici has added a description of each photo. I'd like to thank him for contributing all of these photos to Syracuse Nostalgia and for taking the time to add comments to each of them.

Cicero Historical Photos - Page 1 - Sleeth Feed Mill, Sayles General Store, etc.
Cicero Historical Photos - Page 2 - Trolley Stops, Airport Fire, etc.
Cicero Historical Photos - Page 3 - Country Squire, Cicero State Bank, etc.
Cicero Historical Photos - Page 4 - Cicero Schools
Cicero Historical Photos - Page 5 - Four Corners, Grange Hall, etc.
Cicero Historical Photos - Page 6 - Glenview Motel, Deck Lounge, etc.
Cicero Historical Photos - Page 7 - Cicero Schools, Pardee Brothers, etc.
Cicero Historical Photos - Page 8 - Plank Road Tollhouse, Bitz Store, etc.
Cicero Historical Photos - Page 9 - Brewerton, Shepard's Store, etc.
Cicero Historical Photos - Page 10 - Trolleys, Cicero Union School, etc.


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