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The Park and the People: a History of Central Park by  Elizabeth Rosenzweig Roy; Blackmar - Hardcover - 1992 - from Midway Used and Rare Books and Biblio.com

The Park and the People: a History of Central Park

by Roy; Blackmar, Elizabeth Rosenzweig

Condition: very good/very good


Cornell University Press, 1992. Hardcover. very good/very good. 623pp. A very nice copy in dust jacket. in a brodart protective wrapper. "The best history of a public park yet written, a superb study not only of the people, who designed, created and administered Central Park but also of those who used it."




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