LIFE AT THE DAKOTA: New York's Most Unusual Address
by BIRMINGHAM, Stephen
New York: Random House, (1979). First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good +. Small 4to. Quarter maroon cloth over light orange boards with gilt stamped titles, in photographic dust jacket. Includes laid-in errata slip. A near fine copy in very good plus DJ. Minimal toning to jacket. Price clipped. Bright, clean, tight throughout. 241pp.
A book about the exclusive apartment building, which has been home to Judy Garland, Leonard Bernstein, Boris Karloff, and John Lennon (the book was published one year before Lennon was killed there). (Inventory #: 18217)
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