Paris by Sidney Dark
Paris by Sidney Dark with drawings by Henry Rushbury.
New York: The Macmillan Company 1941. 139 pages. Ex library.
No dust jacket. "Paris" is not so much a guide to
that beautiful city but a series of personal impressions. Dark's
collaboration with Henry Rushbury, a well known artist of the
first quarter of the 20th century, has resulted in an attractive
and informative work. Contents: Southward from the Madeleine,
Westward from the Place de la Concorde, The Tuileries, The Louvre,
The Palais-Royal, The Banks of the Seine, Notre Dame, The Luxembourg
and its Neighborhood, Starting from the Boulevards, Montmartre,
Outside the City Walls and Versailles. (Stock number 003Paris)
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