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Chelsea Hotel Manhattan
by Joe Ambrose
Publisher: Headpress 2007
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Joe Ambrose stayed at the Chelsea Hotel, home to many famous authors, artists, and outlaws down the years. Andy Warhol shot Chelsea Girls there, and welsh poet Dylan Thomas died there, having reputedly inspired the young Zimmerman to change his name to... >
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Digressions On Some Poems By Frank O'Hara: An Intimate Memoir
by Joe LeSueur
Publisher: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux 2003
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Joe LeSueur lived with Frank O'Hara from 1955 until 1965, the years when O'Hara wrote his greatest poems, including 'To the Film Industry in Crisis', 'In Memory of My Feelings', 'Having a Coke with You', and the famous Lunch Poems-so called because... >
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Interborough Fleet
by Joe Cunningham
Publisher: Xplorer Press 2001
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Resistance: A Radical Political and Social History of the Lower East Side
by Clayton Patterson, Joe Flood, Alan Moore
Publisher: Seven Stories Press 2007
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Praise for Captured by Clayton Patterson: "More than the indispensable reference and definitive work it is sure to become, this massive labor of love is also an elegy for a Lower East Side and an East Village that is fast disappearing."- The Villager... >
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Taking the Train: How Graffiti Art Became an Urban Crisis in New York City
by Joe Austin
Publisher: Columbia University Press 2001
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In the 1960s and early 1970s, young people in New York City radically altered the tradition of writing their initials on neighborhood walls. Influenced by the widespread use of famous names on billboards, in neon, in magazines, newspapers, and... >
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Taking The Train: How Graffiti Art Became An Urban Crisis In New York City
by Joe Austin
Publisher: Columbia University Press 2002
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In the 1960s and early 1970s, young people in New York City radically altered the tradition of writing their initials on neighborhood walls. Influenced by the widespread use of famous names on billboards, in neon, in magazines, newspapers, and... >
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The Fires: How a Computer Formula, Big Ideas, and the Best of Intentions Burned Down New York City-And Determined the Future of Cities
by Joe Flood
Publisher: Riverhead 2010
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New York City, 1968. The RAND Corporation had presented an alluring proposal to a city on the brink of economic collapse: Using RAND's computer models, which had been successfully implemented in high-level military operations, the city could save... >
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Yorkville Twins: Hilarious Adventures Growing Up In New York City, 1944-1962
by Joe & John Gindele
Publisher: Golden Valley Publishing, LLC 2012
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Twin brothers Joe and John Gindele spent the first 18 years of their lives growing up on the rough streets of Yorkville on Manhattan’s ethnic Upper East Side over 60 years ago. This is their story—what the City was like then, how it changed, and how... >
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