When Brooklyn Was the World: 1920-1957

  • Title: When Brooklyn Was the World: 1920-1957
  • Author: Elliot Willensky
  • ISBN: 9780517558584
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. I would recommend this book to any Brooklyn resident Elliot knows his stuff, even if he writes in a cheesy, those were the days manner Lots of pictures and chapters on every neighborhood and the big cultural icons of the era like the Dodgers and the old subway lines They never should have torn down Ebbets Field.

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    2. I thoroughly enjoyed this book even though I did not grow up in Brooklyn But my parents did and this was a lovely view into the Brooklyn of their world Lots of interesting little details that only someone who has lived there and in that time could tell you Great photos and an interesting read.

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    3. I grew up in Brooklyn, so naturally this book caught my attention when I saw it in a bookstore several years ago Finally got around to reading it cover to cover Although most of the growth events described happened way before my time, it was still interesting to learn about Lots of familiar photos, especially of Coney Island, the beaches and Lundy s.

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    4. Awesome I miss Brooklyn so much Great book.

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