MY SAN FRANCISCO by Joseph Henry Jackson


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The well-known literary editor of the San Francisco Chronicle has written a very personal and very charming tribute to the city he has made his own. San Francisco- as perhaps no other city in America- excites the passionate devotion of her citizens, and the contagious admiration of her visitors. While the market will be preponderantly West Coast, there are many of us who have felt his city's elusive fascination and who will enjoy the remicent flavor of this portrait of her waterfront, her hills, her corner flower stands, her cable cars, her contradictions of climate, her good food- and most of all her warm hospitality. Plus sale item.

Pub Date: Oct. 12th, 1953
Publisher: Crowell