VG (Page edges are tanning lightly, otherwise good. ) Crimson stamped cloth, gilt letters on spine, gray & BW illus. dust jacket, 223 pp., 242 BW illus. "Lawrence Park was the creation and namesake of William van Duzer Lawrence, who bought a run-down farm near the Bronxville train station in 1890 and began building homes on the rocky terrain. Prominent writers and artists such as Will Hicok Low soon settled in Lawrence's community and set the tone for the new Village of Bronxville, which was formally incorporated in 1898. [This book] explores the lives and art of these early Bronxville residents and describes the houses they lived in, most of which are still standing today. It is the definitive work on a fascinating chapter in Westchester history." (dj).
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