The City that Died of Greatness: An Alarmed New Yorker discusses what the Skyscrapers are doing to his Home Town. Deems Taylor.

The City that Died of Greatness: An Alarmed New Yorker discusses what the Skyscrapers are doing to his Home Town

New York: City Club of New York, 1929. Pamphlet. 8 p.; 21 cm. Stapled pamphlet. No date of publication; reprinted from Vanity Fair, Nov. 1928. A slightly humorous protest against the rapid increase in the construction of skyscrapers in New York City in the 1920s by Deems Taylor (1885-1966), the "dean of American music." Scarce. In Very Good- Condition: slightly soiled; p. 8 is browned; first page and last are starting to separate. Very Good -. Item #007495

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