Rosie: A Detroit Herstory

By: Michael Fossbakk | July 30, 2017

After putting truckloads of labor and many sleepless nights into their passion project, Bailey and Nicole have Rosie: A Detroit Herstory ready and waiting at the printers. With only days left on their Kickstarter campaign, the only question left is how many copies can they print?

They started off with a base goal to be able to print the books reasonably, but met this goal 3 days into their campaign. Since then they have passed their second price goal, which means they will now be able to print more and donate a copy of their book to every public elementary school in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Highland Park! If they reach their final goal, they will be able to donate even more books to the Detroit Little Libraries non-profit.

If you’d like to learn more about them or the book, visit their website here.

Bailey Sisoy Isgro is the owner of Detroit History Tours and the proprietress of the Detroit History Club. She works as an automotive sculptor by day, and by night she writes and lectures on the history of her fine city. 

Nicole Lapointe is a local Detroit freelance artist and resident geek, with a passion for Detroit’s French heritage and odd folklore.