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We All Went to Paris: Americans in the City of Light 1776-1971.
by [Paris Expatriates] Longstreet, Stephen.

Publisher Information:
Barnes & Noble Books, New York: 2004.

A Fine copy in a Fine dust jacket. Stephen Longstreet traces the long-standing migration of Americans to the City of Light beginning with Robert Fulton who operated his first successful steamboat on the Seine, James McNeill Whistler who first went to Paris as an art student, up through the Lost Generation of artists and writers and the subsequent post World War II writers and publishers.


Edition: First Printing of this Reprint Edition
Book Id: 25973

Price: $50.00

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