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Americans in Paris: An Anecdotal Street Guide to the Homes and Haunts of Americans from Jefferson to Capote.
by [Paris in the 20s] Morton, Brian.

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

A Near Fine copy of this paperback edition with a small crease to rear corner. The author has produced a wonderful street-by-street guide to the residents and famous haunts of 240 important Americans who inhabited the City of Light from the days of Benjamin Franklin, Mark Twain, the expatriates in the 1920s and members of the beat era. Through letters, anecdotes, and quotes Brian Morton paints an intimate portrait of many of the visitors, along with maps and photographs.


Edition: First Paperback Printing
ISBN: 0688065090
Book Id: 23700

Price: $45.00

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