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The French Quarter, An Informal History
$49.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR black/red
CONDITION Very Good; some wear/owner name
DIMENSIONS 8" L x 5.7" W x 2" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE OF Hardcover with jacket
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Apr 30 - May 03
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The French Quarter: An Informal History of New Orleans, by Herbert Asbury. New York: Garden City, 1938. Book Club printing. A fascinating account of the dark side of New Orleans, from public hangings to Voodoo, with 30 illustrations. New Orleans has always been a grab-bag of vice, where anything was possible, but this shocking history is full of unexpected revelations.