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Gotham Comes of Age: New York Through the Lens of the Byron Company, 1892-1942 by  E.L. (Introduction)  Peter; Doctorow - Paperback - First Edition Paperback - 1999 - from Knickerbocker Books and

Gotham Comes of Age: New York Through the Lens of the Byron Company, 1892-1942

by Simmons, Peter; Doctorow, E.L. (Introduction)

Condition: Near Fine

San Francisco, CA: Pomegranate Communications, 1999. 1999 First softcover edition with full printing number line. NEAR FINE. A crisp, clean and tightly bound soft cover. Pages fresh and fine, bound in pictorial paper cover with folded flaps, price intact. Light rubbing to cover corners and spine ends; tiny bump to rear bottom of spine. Otherwise fine. Binding firm, no splits or cracks, no creasing to cover spine. 172 images of New York City were selected from the collection of more than 22,000 in the Byron archive, each beautifully printed in sepia tone. 8-1/2 x 11". 216 pages. First Edition Paperback. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 4to.


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