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This book is part of the FIRST series of full-length visual histories of this iconic building, replete with vintage images and transcribed newspaper articles.The Dakota apartment building, built between 1880-1884 by the co-owner of the Singer Sewing Machine Company is well-known as the home of John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Lauren Bacall, Roberta Flack, Rex Reed, Rudolf Nureyev, Judy Garland, Judy Holliday, and dozens of other luminaries of stage, screen, literature and business.THE DAKOTA APARTMENTS: A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF NEW YORK'S LEGENDARY LANDMARK is the most comprehensive collection of full-color, sepia, black and white and colorized photos, paintings, postcards, drawings and vintage images ever gathered to document the colorful history and development of one of Manhattan's most beautiful residential buildings. Most of the 170+ images that appear in the book have never before been published before. Informative text provides readers with an understanding and appreciation for the accompany images, and major events, of the amazing history of one of Manhattan's most beloved landmarks.The book is part of the very first series of full-length visual histories of this iconic building, replete with historical construction photographs and transcribed newspaper reports from its time of building.We purposely design our books to be reminiscent of vintage publications. They are designed to look like someone found them at the bottom of a stack of books, in a dusty old antique shop. Rather than being glossy and shiny, the publishers chose to do something a lot more interesting and creative. We hope you appreciate the special effort we made to create a special book about this special building. Enjoy!Readers will also enjoy "A Grand Tour of the Dakota Apartments: A Journey Through Time of the Interior & Exterior of New York's Legendary Landmark."

The Dakota Apartments: A Pictorial History of New York's Legendary Landmark

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