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Astor Place Vintage / Stephanie Lehmann.

By: Lehmann, Stephanie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2013Edition: 1st Touchstone trade pbk. ed.Description: 396 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781451682052; 1451682050; 1451682069; 9781451682069.Subject(s): Rosenbloom, Amanda (Fictitious character) | Westcot, Olive (Fictitious character) | Women -- Fiction | Vintage clothing -- Fiction | Diaries -- Fiction | Chick lit | Manhattan (New York, N.Y.) -- Fiction | Chick lit | Diaries | Vintage clothing | Women | New York (State) -- New York -- Manhattan | NEW LIST 20130731Genre/Form: Chick lit. | Historical fiction. | Chick lit. | Chick lit. | Fiction. | Chick lit.DDC classification: 813/.6
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"A Touchstone Book." -Includes bibliographical references.-The proprietor of a vintage clothing store in Manhattan comes across a journal written by a young woman who wished to become a department store buyer, a goal which -- in 1907 -- meant butting against the prevailing mores that dictated that women be confined to marriage and motherhood.
Summary: The proprietor of a vintage clothing store in Manhattan comes across a journal written by a young woman who wished to become a department store buyer, a goal which--in 1907--meant butting against the prevailing mores that dictated that women be confined to marriage and motherhood.
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"A Touchstone Book."

Includes bibliographical references.

The proprietor of a vintage clothing store in Manhattan comes across a journal written by a young woman who wished to become a department store buyer, a goal which--in 1907--meant butting against the prevailing mores that dictated that women be confined to marriage and motherhood.

"A Touchstone Book." -Includes bibliographical references.-The proprietor of a vintage clothing store in Manhattan comes across a journal written by a young woman who wished to become a department store buyer, a goal which -- in 1907 -- meant butting against the prevailing mores that dictated that women be confined to marriage and motherhood.

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