Early American Taverns: For the Entertainment of Friends and Strangers
by Rice, Kym S.
Chicago: Regnery Gateway / Fraunces Tavern Museum, 1983. Softcover. VG- (Average wear along spine and edges.). Maroon & illus. wraps; 168 pp.; Profusely illustrated with bw photos and illustrations. A history of the tavern in the United States -- how it began not only as a place of food and drink, but also one of sharing politics, news, entertainment, and more. Contains a section on Samuel Fraunces, the New York City innkeeper who gave his name to Fraunces Tavern.
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