EVERYBODY'S PARIS by John Brangwyn


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An extraordinary and meticulous insearching of the highways and byways of Paris; an intimate picture, step by step, of every quarter, of streets and buildings and history and background. A book that would be invaluable for anyone who is going to spend any time beyond the casual few days, in Paris, but which is almost too detailed for the average tourist to digest. A book that anyone who loves Paris and yearns for a nostalgic reminder of her charm and glamour, will find fascinating reading.

Pub Date: April 11th, 1935
Publisher: McBride