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The Dream Endures: California Enters the 1940s (Americans and the California Dream) - Starr, Kevin
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Edinburgh, Scotland: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1953. Hardcover with dust jacket, undated (c1930s/1940s), vii + 363 pages;, tiny traces of shelf wear, but very gently used, light foxing spots to fore edge, ink gift inscription dated "Xmas 1947" on free front endpaper, otherwise very clean and unmarked; DJ intact but heavilychipped. See also our listing for Bill Gracie's very scarce A History of Banton.. Hard Cover. Very Good +/Fair., Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1953, 189 pp. "White Tower Hamburgers was founded in 1926 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and with its similar white fortress-like structure, is considered an imitator of White Castle. The chain was successful and expanded to other cities, including: Chicago, Illinois, Indianapolis, Indiana, Cleveland, Ohio, Detroit, Michigan, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, New York City, Albany, New York and Boston, Massachusetts and as far south as Richmond, Virginia. During the Great Depression, White Tower sold hamburgers for five cents. The whiteness of the restaurant was meant among other things to evoke hygienic conditions; the chain had staff dressed as nurses, dubbed the 'Towerettes', to help make this argument.""Today's dominant fast-food franchises spend millions to persuade us that they do it all for us, that we can have it our way. White Tower, the pioneering hamburger chain founded in 1926, never felt the need for this kind of advertising; it depended on its instantly recognizable building to say it all. Those gleaming white ("clean"), well-lighted ("always open"), streamlined ("fast and efficient"), human-scaled ("friendly") structures were three-dimensional billboards for their franchise, capped by an actual white tower often redundantly labeled, in bold graphics, "White Tower." This was branding before the age of branding. The photographs in this classic book not only trace the evolution of a restaurant chain, they record an iconography of a part of the American built environment that no longer exists. In an approach very much in the spirit of Learning from Las Vegas, by Venturi, Scott Brown, and Izenour, architects Paul Hirshorn and Steven Izenour have selected photographs taken in a variety of styles--from the stark and deadpan to family album-like snapshots. In an affectionately written introductory essay, Hirshorn and Izenour describe the identifiable and idiosyncratic commercial architectural style of the 1930s and 1940s and document the development of the White Tower buildings and their stylistic variations. Their conversations with former White Tower employees--including Charles Johnson, White Tower's architect for over forty years--are the source of many telling quotations and entertaining captions that set their analysis of the buildings within a broader story of corporate culture, mass marketing, and the rise of franchising in the twentieth century."Keywords: HAMBURGER FRANCHISE FOOD RESTAURANT BUSINESS AMERICANA Lightly rubbed, bookplate on front endpaper. The MIT Press, 1979. Very Good/Very Good., The MIT Press, 1979, Seattle, WA: RED CEDAR SHINGLE Bureaus. Very Good. 1940. Revised 4TH Edition. Paperback. VERY GOOD Condition..includes 3 BLUEPRINTS double page sized showing proper application by WILLIAM J. BAIN...; PAPERBACK..ATTRACTIVE BLACK SPINE FOLD TO DOUBLE SPINE STAPLED PAMPLET WITH RED TREE COVER PHOTOGRAPHS..ALL NICE; Photos,Drawings; 96PG 144PG pages; Much on properties and uses ...model homes from1930s shown siding & roofing ..bright sharp copy.. ., RED CEDAR SHINGLE Bureaus, 1940, Ann Arbor Historical Foundation. Near Fine. 2003. Second Revised Edition. Third Printing; Softcover. 1882574001 . Soft cover is heavy, glazed paper. White spine with blue lettering. Pages are clean and tight; appears as if unused. Illustrated with dozens of b/w photographs and 2 maps and several b/w drawings, of Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor, Michigan is world famous for being the main campus of the internationally known University of Michigan. But it is more than just that. As in many a 'gown and town' city, there are distinct areas, and areas of overlap. The campus is constantly evolving, but still centers on 'the quad,' the heart of the campus, and home to many activities, academic and otherwise. The main styles described in this book are: Greek Revival, 1830-1860; Gothic Revival, 1845-1875; Italianate, 1855-1880; Victorian Eclectic, 1865-1895; Queen Anne, 1875-1900; Richardsonian Romanesque, 1880-1899; Shingle Style, 1890-1910; Beaux Arts Classic, 1900-1930; Art Deco, 1910-1940. Sections are: Foreword; Introduction; List of Buildings; Downtown; North; East; West; Index. ; B&W Photographs and maps; 0.7 x 8.9 x 5.9 Inches; xxiv, 232 pages; Cover has slight shelf wear and rubbing. ., Ann Arbor Historical Foundation, 2003, Toronto: Nc Press [0-919600-27-1] 1975. (Mass market paperback) 58pp. Near fine. 4to. In original card wraps, saddle stapled. A couple spots of superficial soiling to top cover, else clean. Filled with the beautiful two-tone artwork of Leonard Hutchinson.., Nc Press, Worldwide: Oxford University Press. Soft cover. 0195157974 First Edition C. 2002 And First Printing With The Full Number-Line. No Marks Or Damage From Past Owners, Not A Former Library Book, Not A Remainder Or Book Club, Soft Cover. Description: The Fifth Volume In Starr's Classic History Of California, The Dream Endures Shows How Californians Rebounded From The Great Depression To Emerge In The 1930S Into What Is Now Known As "The Good Life." Starr Illustrates The Ways The Good Life Prospered In California--In Film, Fiction, Leisure, And Architecture. Starr Looks At The Newly Important Places Where Californians Lived Out This Sunny Lifestyle: Areas Like Los Angeles (Where Hollywood Lived),... Palm Springs (Where Hollywood Vacationed), San Diego (Where The Navy Went), The California Institute Of Technology In Pasadena (Where Einstein Changed His View Of The Universe), And College Towns Like Berkeley... All Books Shipped Within 24 Hours With U.S. Postal Service Delivery Confirmation, Each Order Is Packaged In A New Box With Bubble Wrap, And Always Your Satisfaction Is Guaranteed. . Fine. 2002. 1st Edition., Oxford University Press, 2002

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The fifth volume in Starr's classic history of California, The Dream Endures shows how Californians rebounded from the Great Depression to emerge in the 1930s into what is now known as "the good life." Starr illustrates the ways the good life prospered in California--in film, fiction, leisure, and architecture. Starr looks at the newly important places where Californians lived out this sunny lifestyle: areas like Los Angeles (where Hollywood lived), Palm Springs (where Hollywood vacationed), San Diego (where the Navy went), the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena (where Einstein changed his view of the universe), and college towns like Berkeley. "In this, more than any other of Starr's monumental California histories, we see the stirrings of uniqueness in the social and cultural evolution of California. Starr's theme is relevant to all of America and the national destiny."--Neil Morgan, San Diego Union-Tribune "Enormously sensitive and moving. Social and cultural history doesn't get any better."--San Francisco Chronicle "In his monumental continuing study of California, Kevin Starr belongs in the company of the best."--Herbert Gold, Los Angeles Times Book Review The Dream Endures: California Enters the 1940s Starr, Kevin, Oxford University Press, USA

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2002, ISBN: 9780195157970

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Worldwide: Oxford University Press. Soft cover. 0195157974 First Edition C. 2002 And First Printing With The Full Number-Line. No Marks Or Damage From Past Owners, Not A Former Library Book, Not A Remainder Or Book Club, Soft Cover. Description: The Fifth Volume In Starr's Classic History Of California, The Dream Endures Shows How Californians Rebounded From The Great Depression To Emerge In The 1930S Into What Is Now Known As "The Good Life." Starr Illustrates The Ways The Good Life Prospered In California--In Film, Fiction, Leisure, And Architecture. Starr Looks At The Newly Important Places Where Californians Lived Out This Sunny Lifestyle: Areas Like Los Angeles (Where Hollywood Lived),... Palm Springs (Where Hollywood Vacationed), San Diego (Where The Navy Went), The California Institute Of Technology In Pasadena (Where Einstein Changed His View Of The Universe), And College Towns Like Berkeley... All Books Shipped Within 24 Hours With U.S. Postal Service Delivery Confirmation, Each Order Is Packaged In A New Box With Bubble Wrap, And Always Your Satisfaction Is Guaranteed. . Fine. 2002. 1st Edition., Oxford University Press, 2002

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The late 1930s and early 1940s introduced to California culture some of the features that still characterize it today, at least in the view of outsiders to the Golden State: surfing, drive-in movie theaters, barbecues, motels, polo shirts, and recreational vehicles. The period brought equally enduring but less superficial changes, too: advances and setbacks alike in race relations, resource management, urban development, and transportation. Kevin Starr continues his multivolume history of California with this deeply learned, always fascinating account of California at the dawn of the modern age, with a cast of characters ranging from the Native American hermit Fig Tree John to violinist Yehudi Menuhin and hardboiled-fiction master Raymond Chandler. 20th century,americas,ancient,business,business and investing,early civilization,education and reference,historical study and educational resources,history,humanities Humanities, Oxford University Press

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Oxford University Press. Paperback. GOOD. Gently used may contain ex-library markings, possibly has some light highlighting, textual notations, and or underlining. Text is still easily readable., Oxford University Press

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The Dream Endures: California Enters the 1940s

The fifth volume in Starr's classic history of California shows how the people rebounded from the Great Depression to emerge in the 1930s into what is now known as "the good life." Illustrations.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195157970
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195157974
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
Herausgeber: OXFORD UNIV PR
496 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,717 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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