Greenwich Village: Culture and Counterculture. Rick Beard.

Greenwich Village: Culture and Counterculture

Rutgers University Press, June 1993. Cloth. Used - Good / Good. Item #184964
ISBN: 0813519462

"Greenwich Village is the most famous neighborhood in the United States. This book, beautifully illustrated and written by many of America's most talented historians, tells us why". -- Kenneth T. Jackson, Barzun Professor of History and the Social Sciences, Columbia University.

"Everything you ever wanted to know about Manhattan's Greenwich Village is contained in this remarkable look at arguably America's last true bohemian outpost". -- Publishers Weekly

"A masterpiece of work that evokes an extraordinary picture of this country's most fascinating neighborhood. The capital of America's bohemia.... I would live nowhere else.... As a connoisseur of the Village, I find this book to be a treasure and its photographs are pure nostalgia". -- Edward I. Koch

"Specialists in urban and cultural history as well as the general reader will be enlightened and delighted by this excellent book". -- Library Journal.

Some shelfwear on the jacket. The cloth boards are faded along the edges.

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