Near Fine. Book 1974. 1st. Ed /1st Prtg NF HB in NF DJ 6.4 x 9.3 294pp Thirft Shop price in crayon on fep. The author was New York City Parks Commissioner for six years in the administration of John Lindsay.
Very Good + in Very Good + jacket. Book Autobiographical stories of the life and work of the New York City Parks Commissioner, who served under the administration of Mayor John Lindsay. 294 pages; illustrated.
Very Good in Very Good- jacket. Book Memoirs of Commissioner Heckscher, who served as New York City Parks Commissioner under Mayor John Lindsay. His work was to assure that the NYC parks served the city's citizens with pleasure and enjoyment. Illustrated. Dust jacket has a 2" tear at the bottom edge, sticker on top right corner.
Good+ w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover) 294pp. ISBN 0684137089 As New York City Parks Commissioner for six years in the administration of John Lindsay, it was August Hecksher's job to make the city more enjoyable. A thoughtful consideration of the complex, contradictory, and essential recreational needs of a great urban center as one man tried to fulfill and balance them.
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