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Americans in Paris: An Anecdotal Street Guide.
by [Expatriate Paris] Morton, Brian.

Publisher Information:
The Olivia & Hill Press, Ann Arbor: : 1984.

A Fine copy in a Near Fine dj with touch of wear to jacket corners. This street guide chronicles where Americans from John Paul Jones to Martin Luther King, Jr. lived, worked, played and were seen. Maps and anecdotal histories. Contains much material on the expatriate community in Paris in the 1920s. Each entry is enhanced with quotes, anecdotes and excerpts from letters. Illustrated with photos and maps.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0934034060
Book Id: 23341

Price: $95.00

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