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Here at The New Yorker

One Man's Treasures...

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Here at The New Yorker
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Very Good; some wear
9.5" L x 6.5" W x 2" H

Why We Love This

Here at the New Yorker by Brendan Gill. New York: Random House, 1975. Published on the 50th anniversary of the founding of The New Yorker magazine, this is a semi-autobiographical memoir built around Brendan Gill's time as an editor and writer at the magazine. Written in the style of the Talk of the Town column. Hardcover with dust jacket. 395 pages with many illustrations made famous in magazine. In very good condition.
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About One Man's Treasures...

One Man's Treasures is a family business, a collaboration of Ann Smalls and her 12-year-old son Jack. The partnership thrives on the constant hunt for hidden treasure. Whether it be vintage 1st edition books (Jack's specialty) or antique signed Limoges, One Man's Treasures has something for the astute antique forager. Our inventory is constantly replenished with wonderful books, paintings, etchings and so much more. If you don't find it here today, it may be here tomorrow!