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L A LOST AND FOUND; An architectural history of Los Angeles

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L A LOST AND FOUND; An architectural history of Los Angeles

by KAPLAN, Sam Hall

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Santa Monica CA: Hennessey + Ingalls, 2000. Reprint of the Crown 1987 edition;. 4to, pp. 223. Hundreds of illustrations (a few in color) with commentary. Paper wraps. Cover very slightly chipped on edges, o/w a nice tight copy.

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Second Life Books Inc US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
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Title
L A LOST AND FOUND; An architectural history of Los Angeles
Author
KAPLAN, Sam Hall
Book condition
Used
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Edition
Reprint of the Crown 1987 edition;
Publisher
Hennessey + Ingalls
Place of Publication
Santa Monica CA
Date published
2000

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