Provincetown Since World War II: Carnival at Land's End

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Author Debra Lawless completes the history of the charming seaside community of Provincetown, Massachusetts, from the menace of World War II U-boats just offshore to the celebratory destination it has become today. The creative mecca boomed in peacetime with a new generation of artists and writers, including Tennessee Williams, Robert Motherwell and Norman Mailer. Andy Warhol paid for a carton of cigarettes with a signed soup can, while director John Waters wrote six screenplays here. The AIDS crisis of the 1980s and '90s ...

Provincetown Since World War II: Carnival at Land's End 2014, History Press (SC), Charleston

ISBN-13: 9781609494766

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