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Television's Golden Age

Booth & Williams

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Television's Golden Age
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Television's Golden Age

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; light wear to covers/pages
Materials:
cloth/paper
Size:
8" L x 1" W x 10" H
Color/Finish:
yellow/multi

Why We Love This

How Sweet It Was. Television: A Pictorial Commentary on its Golden Age by Arthur Shulman and Roger Youman. New York: Bonanza Books, 1966. 448 pages. Oversize. Hardcover with dust jacket. A nostalgic review of the early years of television. With 1435 photographs in black and white.
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About Booth & Williams

Booth & Williams stands at the timeless intersection of vintage and vogue. From first editions and fine bindings to eclectic blends by subject, color, period, and texture, our classic book decor warms and distinguishes today's personal and professional spaces. Our weekly offerings are curated exclusively for One Kings Lane's customers.