The Wpa Guide to New York City: The Federal Writers' Project Guide to 1930's New York (Revised)
September 01, 1995
5.72 X 1.98 X 8.08 inches | 1.88 pounds
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About the Author
William H. Whyte is most often remembered by the public as the author of The Organization Man, the 1956 best-selling examination of modern American society. Urbanologists remember him as a student of urban behavior and designer of living spaces. He was both, of course, but first he was a Marine, a fact he paid homage to when he said on the jacket of The Organization Man that he was educated at Princeton and in the United States Marine Corps at Guadalcanal.