The Bookstores of Baltimore

Johnson, Gerald W.
September 1977
New Republic;9/17/77, Vol. 177 Issue 12, p33
Features the Peabody and Abe book shop in Baltimore, Maryland. Detailed architectural description of the bookstores; Background including history of the bookstores; Variety of types of books sold at the bookstores; Assertion that almost every drugstore, hotel lobby, bus or railway station and news stand of Baltimore has a rack of paperbacks, some of them products of very respectable intellectual activity.


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