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New York Streetscapes: Tales of Manhattan's Significant Buidlings and… (2003)

by Christopher Gray

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Gray's engaging tales of historic Gotham locales transport readers back in time for a stroll through the streets of old New York. The noted architectural historian, who writes the "Streetscapes" column in "The New York Times, " here gathers 190 of the best-loved of those columns to captivate readers.… (more)
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Gray's engaging tales of historic Gotham locales transport readers back in time for a stroll through the streets of old New York. The noted architectural historian, who writes the "Streetscapes" column in "The New York Times, " here gathers 190 of the best-loved of those columns to captivate readers.

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