Books - Portfolio

Reputation Design+Build

Reputation Design+Build

It’s the dawn of a new era in the architectural, engineering, construction, and environmental industries. Gone are the days of clients hiring firms based solely upon their past project experience. Today it is all about the people – and not just the project leaders, but every individual working on a project. So whether you know [...]

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Historic Architecture of Pennsylvania

Historic Architecture of Pennsylvania

Nestled among the rolling hills of South Central Pennsylvania, six counties – Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, and York – are home to more than three centuries of history and architecture. Beginning with early eighteenth century buildings, almost every style of American architecture is featured in the region’s mid-sized cities, charming towns, and quaint villages. [...]

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Tucson Perspectives

Tucson Perspectives

Tucson, Arizona, is home to a diverse population that lives in tandem with the environment. It’s also where the high Sonoran Desert gives way to towering sky islands to create one of the most picturesque settings to ever host a major metropolitan era. With 117 eye-catching photos, this historic city comes to life. Tour Barrio [...]

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Lancaster County Reflections

Lancaster County Reflections

Pennsylvania’s Lancaster County. Those words conjure images of sprawling, fertile farmland, horses with buggies, and covered bridges. But Lancaster County is much more. The historic City of Lancaster is home to a large historic district and is a popular destination for the arts. Bucolic rolling hills give way to the charming towns of Columbia, Ephrata, [...]

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Tombstone: Relive the Gunfight at the OK Corral

Tombstone: Relive the Gunfight at the OK Corral

The gunfight at the OK Corral has made Tombstone, Arizona, the most famous Wild West town in America.  A century and a quarter after the Earp brothers and “Doc” Holliday faced off against the Clnton and McLaury brothers, their story continues to captivate and polarize.  Read about and see reenactment of the famous street fight [...]

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Gettysburg Perspectives

Gettysburg Perspectives

While Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, is best know for the role it played in a pivotal three-day battle in 1863 during America’s Civil War, the beauty of this historic town and its surroundings are less well known. Over 140 eye-catching color photos and an engaging text reveal beauty and history, including sites such as Lincoln Square, the [...]

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Marketing in the Building Industry

Marketing in the Building Industry

In Marketing in the Building Industry, Scott looks at a number of aspects of design and construction marketing. The book features a collection of eight previously published articles, as well as several new articles and two comprehensive reports: “Sales Planning for Professional Services Firms” and “Marketing Planning for Professional Services Firms.”Purchase Marketing in the Building [...]

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Civil War Walking Tour of York, Pennsylvania

Civil War Walking Tour of York, Pennsylvania

Local resident, photographer and writer, Scott Butcher, has written several visitor guides, contributed to area Web-sites and is a living history volunteer for The York County Heritage Trust. This informative walking tour booklet highlights 21 Civil War points of interest in York. It also contains little-known “facts, stories and people” relating to the conflict. A [...]

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York’s Historic Architecture

York’s Historic Architecture

From early Colonial taverns and ornate Victorian homes to the postmodern office towers of today, York’s streetscape features almost every style and era of American architecture. With exacting detail, local architecture expert Scott Butcher explains why York has been blessed with such an architecturally rich heritage and why current efforts to preserve it are so [...]

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York (Postcard History Series)

York (Postcard History Series)

York has been America’s historic crossroads since the town was laid out in 1741. From 1777 through 1778, it was the seat of American government from which the Second Continental Congress led the fledgling nation. Less than a century later, York became the largest northern town occupied by the Confederate army. Gilded Age prosperity created [...]

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York: America’s Historic Crossroads

York: America’s Historic Crossroads

York has been has been at the crossroads of American history for over 265 years. The first town west of the Susquehanna River, it was an early gateway for westward migration, played roles in both the American Revolution and Civil War, and contributed greatly to the Industrial Revolution. Take a tour of this historic town [...]

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Delaware Reflections

Delaware Reflections

The Delaware Coast.  Those words conjure images of pastel sunrises and brilliant sunsets; of historic communities and wooden boardwalks; of memories past and vacations present.  Delaware Reflections captures the essence of the Delaware Coast through Scott Butcher’s stunning photography of Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, and Fenwick Island, as well as Cape Henlopen [...]

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