Culture and the City: Cultural Philanthropy in Chicago from the 1880s to 1917
HOROWITZ, Helen Lefkowitz
Stock Code: 000137
In this study Professor Horowitz examines the idealistic understanding of culture that prevailed in the United States before the turn of the century and relates this conception to the establishment and development of Chicago’s city-wide cultural institutions.
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Culture and the City
Includes Index. Grey buckram covers, gilt title on spine.
Condition: Very Good. Light edgewear to covers. Inscription possibly by author on title page. Some very slight browning to pages. Dust jacket Very Good.
|Book Publishing Details|
|Author:||Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz (1942-)|
|Full title:||Culture and the City: Cultural Philanthropy in Chicago from the 1880s to 1917|
|Publisher:||University Press of Kentucky, Lexington|
|Category:||Sociology & Culture|
|Size:||225mm Tall, 8vo|
|Keywords:||Social Sciences; Chicago, Jane Addams, Art Institute of Chicago, Edward Ayer,
Daniel Burnham, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Field Columbian Museum,
Henry Blake Fuller, William Rainey Harper, Robert Herrick, Charles Hutchinson,
John Ruskin, Theodore Thomas, Newberry Library, Hull-House,