Waterlooplein : From Commerce to Culture in Four Centuries / in Vier Eeuwen van Industrieterrein tot Cultureel Centrum
edited by Joel Cahen et al.

Amsterdam Stadsdrukkerji van Amsterdam 1987 First edition Octavo in puple cloth with silver text to spine and a red image of a peddlar on cover. Slight wear to edges and corners . Some scuffing to covers. Gift bookplate on title page. 170 p. w/illustrations, maps. A look back at a section of Amsterdam called Waterlooplein, formerly an island and later a center for the Jewish community of the city. Largely depopulated during WWII, the area began to become more active in the early 1960s when a market was introduced there. The book has 4 fold out illustrations covering the major sections of the book and of the area: Waterlooplien as an area, the Music Theater, the City Hall, and the Jewish Historical Museum. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 11217)


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