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Greenwich Village Stories

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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Greenwich Village Stories
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ISBN:

9780789327222

Size:

6.5" x 8.5"

Format:

hardcover

Author(s):

edited by Judith Stonehill; introduction by Andrew Berman; contributions by Graydon Carter, Jonathan Adler, John Guare, and others

Page count:

192

Why We Love This

Famous habitués of Manhattan's renowned Greenwich Village describe a favorite neighborhood memory--from Ed Koch campaigning in Sheridan Square to Hans Hofmann teaching modern art on Eighth Street to Lotte Lenya performing on Christopher Street--illustrated with photographs, paintings, and ephemera.

Why We Love This

Famous habitués of Manhattan's renowned Greenwich Village describe a favorite neighborhood memory--from Ed Koch campaigning in Sheridan Square to Hans Hofmann teaching modern art on Eighth Street to Lotte Lenya performing on Christopher Street--illustrated with photographs, paintings, and ephemera.

About Penguin Random House, Inc.

Founded in 1927, Random House is the largest general interest trade book publisher in the world, publishing travel guides, classic literature, children's and young adult books, and today's best sellers.