A "Compendium of all things Moxie" with an
emphasis on the unique history of Maine's official soft drink,
including its strong connection to Jim's hometown, Lisbon Falls.
Published by Downeast Books. Hardcover and
softcover editions available. 76 pages. ISBN 978-160893043-2.
A chronological look at Moxie's unique and
somewhat divergent evolution from a "Nerve Food" to the
"distinctively different" mahogany ambrosia of today, by NEMC's
historian and erstwhile Moxie Boy. Limited edition, now OOP.
Published by Bench Press. Soft cover, 36 pages. No ISBN
first Moxie book by the late Frank
147 pages, soft cover, OOP. Covers many interesting aspects and
vignettes of the Moxie legacy over the years. ISBN 0-89865-164-6.
second Moxie book (1987). 303 pages, hard cover, OOP. One of the two
most authoritative references about Moxie, especially in the area of
collectibles. ISBN 0-89145-348-2.
other most authoritative reference book about Moxie (1985).760
pages, soft cover, OOP. A comprehensive history of the Moxie Company
and its people. Note: there is no "Volume II". ISBN 0-911572-43-0.
valiant attempt by the late Joe Vail (Adelard Veilleux) to add to
and to fill in informational gaps from previous (Potter and Bower)
publications (2003). 223 pages, soft cover, OOP. Includes updated
collectable pricing guide, MoxieFest and NEMC stories. Associated
CD. ISBN 1-4107-3649-0.