The WPA guide to New York City: the Federal Writers' Project guide to 1930s New York
This tour guide for time travelers offers New York lovers and 1930s buffs an endlessly fascinating look at life as it was lived in the days when a trolley ride cost five cents, a room at the Plaza was $7.50, and the new World's Fair was the talk of the town. Hailed by the New York Times as one of the 10 best books ever written about the city. Photos. Maps.
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Review: The WPA Guide to New York City: The Federal Writers' Project Guide to 1930s New York (American Guide)User Review - John Michlig - Goodreads
Re-acquired after losing it in '08. Crucial for researching a book project. Read full review
Review: The WPA Guide to New York City: The Federal Writers' Project Guide to 1930s New York (American Guide)User Review - Paul Jellinek - Goodreads
For anyone who loves New York, this book is a treasure. Compiled by first-rate unemployed writers during the Depression, it provides a burrough-by-burrough, neighborhood-by-neighborhood account of the ... Read full review
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