Ex-library book with the usual stamps, stickers, barcode cut out on half-title page, etc. Binding is solid and text/interior is clean and free of marking of any kind. B Street tells intimate stories about the street of shops, restaurants, bars, and brothels where the workmen who built the Grand Coulee Dam spent their recreational hours and wages. From the beginning, B Street was the place to play and let off steam for the white workingmen who had faced the hard times of the Depression. It was a raucous playground that denied blacks and most dark-skinned Indians access to the frivolity, good ... View More...
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