Title: Are the Stars Out Tonight? The Story of the ...
Publisher: Margaret Burk, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.
Publication Date: 1980
Edition: First edition.
11" x 8.25". 192pp. Gold paper covered boards with green lettering. Light soiling along the bottom edge, else near fine condition. This privately published history of the Ambassador Hotel is packed with interesting and alternatingly funny and lurid accounts of the doings of the rich and famous. Includes literally hundreds of b&w photographs of movie stars and other entertainers, hotel staff, and notable guests of the hotel and its ever fashionable lounge, the Cocoanut Grove. This copy signed and inscribed by the author on the title page. Bookseller Inventory # 24813
Synopsis: Very good condition - no writing - 192 pages with lots interesting pictures - beautiful golden hard cover - autographs on the in side covers from - very interesting !!
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