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Gotham

Gotham

by Burrows- Edwin G / Wallace- Mike

In this epic, Pulitzer Prize-winning work, Burrows and Wallace have produced a monumental history of New York City--ranging from the Indian tribes that settled the island of Manna-hatta to the consolidation of the five boroughs into New York in 1898.
The Power Broker

The Power Broker

by Robert A Caro

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [1173]-1177.
Amusing the Million

Amusing the Million

by John F Kasson

Coney Island: the name still resonates with a sense of racy Brooklyn excitement, the echo of beach-front popular entertainment before World War I. Amusing the Million examines the historical context in which Coney Island made its reputation as an amusement park and shows how America’s changing social and economic conditions formed the basis of a new mass culture. Exploring it afresh in this way, John Kasson shows Coney Island no longer as the object of nostalgia but as a harbinger of modernity--and the... Read more
Delirious New York

Delirious New York

by Rem Koolhaas

Rem Koolhaas is the internationally known architect, a founder of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (O.M.A.) in Rotterdam, and author of the critically acclaimed S,M,L,XL.
Celluloid Skyline

Celluloid Skyline

by James Sanders

James Sanders, a practicing architect, is the cowriter, with Ric Burns, of the award-winning public television series New York: A Documentary History, and the coauthor, with Burns and Lisa Ades, of the companion volume, New York: An Illustrated History. He has written on architecture and cities for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Vanity Fair, Interiors, and Architectural Record, and has completed design and development projects for the Port Authority, the Parks Council, the Landmarks... Read more
Our Crowd

Our Crowd

by Stephen Birmingham

Our Crowd is a book by Stephen Birmingham that documents the lives of prominent New York Jewish families of the 19th Century. Historian Louis Auchincloss called it "A fascinating and absorbing chapter of New York social and financial history... " There have been 14 editions of the book as of 2007.
Leadership

Leadership

by Rudolph W Giuliani

A House Is Not a Home

A House Is Not a Home

by Polly Adler

The Epic Of New York City

The Epic Of New York City

by Edward Robb Ellis

Birds Of New York

Birds Of New York

by Elon Howard Eaton

Tin Horns and Calico

Tin Horns and Calico

by Henry Christman

Lost New York

Lost New York

by Nathan Silver

A Shopkeeper's Millennium

A Shopkeeper's Millennium

by Paul E Johnson

Sunshine and Shadow In New York

Sunshine and Shadow In New York

by Matthew Hale Smith

The Bridge

The Bridge

by Gay Talese

Wedding Of the Waters

Wedding Of the Waters

by Peter L Bernstein

Naked City

Naked City

by Weegee

Manhattan '45

Manhattan '45

by Jan Morris

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New York\'s Left Bank

New York's Left Bank

by Budny, Virginia

"Published in conjunction with the exhibition Left Bank New York : artists off Washington Square North, 1900-1950, curated and organized by Virginia Budny for La Maison Franc̦aise of New York University, New York City. The exhibition is on view from October 27 to December 15, 2006, and at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, New York, in Spring 2007"--Cover, p. [3].

Includes bibliographical references.
Old Bedford Days

Old Bedford Days

by Luquer, Eloise Payne

Larks In the Popcorn

Larks In the Popcorn

by Smith, H Allen

New York Today

New York Today

by Rothery, Agnes

New York Proclaimed

New York Proclaimed

by Pritchett, V S