"Now and Always: A Louisiana Love Story" is a book of letters written by Joseph Bradford Lancaster and Amanda Doerr Lancaster between 1901 and 1916. Their letters record their love for each other and their children and reveal a picture of life in Louisiana at the turn of the 20th century. Joseph Lancaster was a parish superintendent of education, legislator, and judge who kept in close contact with his wife Amanda Lancaster through their correspondence while he traveled throughout Louisiana. Christian Garcia edited the book by completing photo research to illustrate the people and places that Joe and Amanda described in their letters. He also wrote an introduction to put the letters' early 20th-century south Louisiana setting in context for 21st-century readers.
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