The Golden Age of Hollywood

Subway to the Stars ...a photo book with over 800 one-of a kind candid snapshots of Hollywood's Classic Film Stars

Over 800 one-of a kind candid snapshots of Hollywood's Classic Film Stars taken by Julie, as a hobby, during the 1940's and 1950's in NYC. This book also features famous radio, television, and stage stars including singers, dancers, comics, and other headliners of yesteryear. See celebrities posing for me on the streets of Broadway's theatre district, Shubert Alley, and outside "Sardi's", "21 Club", "Sherry Netherland", "Plaza", and other posh Manhattan hotels and restaurants. Almost a thousand pictures and negatives were sifted through, sorted, and cataloged to create this historical tome. With much pride I invite you to view some of these photographs, all of which were taken with a $1.98 camera.

 

Please take a look....

 

http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1215282

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So if the photos were taken with a $1.98 camera, how come the book costs $135! I've never spent over $100 for any book and I'm not about to start now. It sounds like an interesting book, but at that price I'll have to leave it on the virtual shelf...
It costs almost that to print the book through Blurb....I ask a reasonable small profit ...a step back in time for $135. is not a high price to pay.... think of a plane ticket to Paradise ...this is a bargain!

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