Greenwich Village 1913: Everyday Actions and Formation of An Artistic/Intellectual Community. Frank Naughton.

Greenwich Village 1913: Everyday Actions and Formation of An Artistic/Intellectual Community

Union & Hillside, NJ: Frank Naughton, 1979. First Printing. Stapled Sheets. A paper presented at the National Conference on Sociology of the Arts at the William Paterson College (now University) of New Jersey at Wayne, NJ during April 20-22, 1979. The author, Frank Naughton, was a professor at the Sociology Department of Kean College of New Jersey at Union & Hillside, NJ. The topic of this paper that he delivered at the Conference is the formation of an artistic & intellectual community in Greenwich Village, NYC during the early twentieth century. Mimeographed copies of typed sheets printed on both sides, comprising a twenty-page article followed by over two pages of references. Two pages within the main text contain maps of the Village during this period in lower Manhattan with boundaries. Fascinating & informative, certainly of interest to scholars & collectors interested in this time & place. From the estate of the late James Perrizo, an important Beat-&-Beyond (& -Before, as evidenced here) collector & scholar who once was the assistant to Edie Parker, Jack Kerouac's first wife. Perrizo undoubtedly attended the Conference where he obtained this paper. A unique offering, in fine condition with only mild wear, short faint creases & moderate curling at edges & esp. corners of some sheets. Fine. [Item #3231]

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