Conversations, VOLUME 12

David Kipen, Editor – Dear Los Angeles – [NPR Interview]

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Dear Los Angeles:
The City in Diaries and Letters, 1542 to 2018
David Kipen, Editor

 
Hardback: Modern Library, 2018
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Listen to a great NPR interview with the editor:




 
 




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