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An Architectural Guidebook to Brooklyn Paperback – July, 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
I give it 3 stars because his writing style is a tad heavy. It reminds me of Frasier Crane, he of the tv show "Frasier".
But it is good enough to merit a double purchase: One you keep at home and the second you rip out pages at a time as you work your way through the various sections/chapters in Brooklyn. I am never in favor of destroying books, but given the size of this tome, buying two and giving one of them a good going over in the streets of Brooklyn is entirely acceptable.
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If you know of or live in Brooklyn, this is a bible on the structure of this great borough!Published on June 27, 2008 by H. Arnholt
Rare is the architectural guidebook that merges intricate depictions of the masterpieces with compelling tales about how they came to be. Yet that is precisely what Mr. Read morePublished on April 29, 2003