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1 New York City Taylor, Alice
Very Good. 
Paperback. Softcover booklet with stapled binding, published 1958 by Nelson Doubleday, Garden City, NY. Prepared with the cooperation of the American Geographical Society; The Know Your America Program. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. Only a hint of wear. 64 pages; black-and-white photos; maps; intact, UNUSED sheet of 29 color photo plates that are gummed and perforated like postage stamps, intended to be pasted on indicated areas of the book like an album. These photo stamps feature famous sights and scenes of NYC such as the Statue of Liberty, United Nations, Empire State Building, Radio City, Grant's Tomb, etc. Breezy yet authoritative text on Big Apple history, culture, boroughs, neighborhoods. A wonderful vintage item. Language: English. Keywords: geography, U.S., United States, American, New Yorker, cities, metropolis, urban, 20th century, 1950s, Fifties, retro, collectible, travel. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 Quench the Lamp Taylor, Alice
Good. 
Hardcover. Stated 1st U.S. edition hardcover with dustjacket 1991 St. Martin's. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. Noticeable wear to jacket: edge-crumpling; worn corners. 173pp. Language: English. 'This collection of vignettes continues the story of Taylor's childhood in Ireland--a story begun with her Irish best seller To School Through the Fields. Each piece is a quick, entertaining glance at Irish life in the Forties and Fifties, a life slowly moving to more modern times. Recorded here are the characters, events, and traditions of a rural life that are sadly lost to memory when a society succumbs to technology. Books such as Taylor's preserve for us all an otherwise fading oral tradition.'--Kenneth J. Cook, Library Journal. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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