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Way B(l)ack then and Now: A Street Guide to African Americans in Paris.
by [African Americans in Paris] Fabre, Michel and John A. Williams.

Publisher Information:
Center for American Culture Studies, New York: 1992.

1 of 500 unnumbered.copies. A Very Good plus copy in paper wraps with two slightly bumped corners. This slender volume documents with exact addresses of the abodes, studios and places of interest for African American exiles in Paris. 141 pages.

Catalog Roast


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 22088

Price: $175.00

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