WASHINGTON: The New York Times Guide to the Nation's Capital by

WASHINGTON: The New York Times Guide to the Nation's Capital

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KIRKUS REVIEW

NYT columnists contribute to this guide to Washington, its people and their way of life; the White House, Congress, the Supreme Court; the city's monuments, museums and embassies; art, architecture, restaurants. Tom Wicker on the city, Russell Baker on its denizens, John Canaday on its art. Craig Claiborne on its eateries (""It is possible to dine in Washington with considerable enjoyment."") Special vistas for the young, the businessman, and of Washington in 2000 A.D. A concluding section gives a thorough alphabetical index of things to do, places to see, with tourist magnets starred.

Pub Date: Aug. 28th, 1967
Publisher: McKay-Luce