First edition. 4to; 192 pp.; illustrated from photographs, maps. A fine copy in original black cloth, in a very good dust jacket. A superbly detailed and fully illustrated history of one of New York's most attractive neighborhoods, and the only neighborhood with the unique anachronism of a private park.
Very good. Tight, bright, clean, square. Rubbed corners. DJ is clipped, worn on top edge, and creased on back. 192 pages (11-1/2x8-7/8'), 230 plates, a plot-plan map end papers. 'beguiling story of how this celebrated place came to be' written by an 'architect, architectural historian and connoisseur'Very good-
Good. Signed and inscribed by author, well kept book with jacket but shows tanning, unmarked and clean. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
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