Washington, D.C. from A to Z: The Look-Up Source to Everything to See & Do in the Nation's Capital

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Capital Books, Incorporated, Aug 20, 2003 - History - 360 pages
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"Washington DC From A to Z" is an easy-to-use guide for anyone exploring the nation s capital. Organized alphabetically, there are over 1900 entries under easy-to-find headings like Washington Monument, Smithsonian, Jefferson Memorial, and Hard Rock Cafe. Each entry includes a description, location, telephone number, explanation on how to get there, and other details such as hours of operation, admission charges, and credit card acceptability. Cross references lead to additional information on each topic. This book offers users a convenient, simple approach to information about the hundreds of topics of interest to tourists and natives in Washington, D.C.

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About the author (2003)

Paul Wasserman is a professor emeritus at the University of Maryland College of Information Studies. He has published several books in the field of library science. His most recent books include The Best of Times: A Personal and Occupational Odyssey and Statistics Sources.Paul is also the author of "NEW YORK FROM A TO Z" and "WASHINGTON, DC FROM A TO Z". He lives in the Washington DC area,

Don Hausrath retired from the Senior Foreign Service in 1995. Since then he has served as an adjunct at the University of Maryland College of Information Studies and at Gavilan College in California. He was co-author of "WASHINGTON DC FROM A TO Z" and lives in Tucson, Arizona.

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