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Author:
Caroline Seebohm
ISBN13:
978-0670453665
ISBN:
0670453668
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Publisher:
Viking; 1st edition (May 26, 1982)
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Professionals & Academics
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Employs personal recollections and confidential company archives to reveal the life and times of the man who revolutionized magazine publishing and design in America and set still-intact standards of taste