It Happened in Manhattan: An Oral History of Life in the City During the Mid-Twentieth Century (2020)

It Happened in Manhattan: An Oral History of Life in the City During the Mid-Twentieth Century Myrna Katz Frommer Harvey Frommer It Happened in Manhattan An Oral History of Life in the City During the Mid Twentieth Century Journey back to New York s golden age with this special hardcover tribute filled with hundreds of photos personal interviews and
  • Title: It Happened in Manhattan: An Oral History of Life in the City During the Mid-Twentieth Century
  • Author: Myrna Katz Frommer Harvey Frommer
  • ISBN: 9780425181690
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Hardcover
It Happened in Manhattan: An Oral History of Life in the City During the Mid-Twentieth Century Myrna Katz Frommer Harvey Frommer Journey back to New York s golden age with this special hardcover tribute filled with hundreds of photos, personal interviews, and .
It Happened in Manhattan: An Oral History of Life in the City During the Mid-Twentieth Century Myrna Katz Frommer Harvey Frommer

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One thought on “It Happened in Manhattan: An Oral History of Life in the City During the Mid-Twentieth Century

  1. Matthew Berkshire

    My professors wrote this book, and I was a little skeptical that I would be engaged by a book about a place I have only been to once, but I found the book quick and accessible I loved the sections on the culinary explosion and American artistic revolution I would especially recommend this to any New Yorkers.

  2. Christine

    It Happened is a very interesting book, but it does have a flaw black print superimposed on blach white photos which means mostly gray is damned difficult to read sacrificing art for readability would have made sense.

  3. Erik

    Delightful read An oral history of New York in mid century Although this was before my time, I did recognize some of the speakers Agh, I feel soooo homesick now.

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