‘The Storefront’ In Harlem 1970, By Ned O’Gorman

April 19, 2016

the storefront 1971 in harlemThis rare book is about a rare place,The Children’s StorefrontThe Children’s Storefront was one of those rare places where tuition-free private school.

It was founded in 1966 by the poet Ned O’Gorman located on 129th Street and Madison Avenue in Harlem, .

It was the subject of a 1988 documentary film, The Children’s Storefront, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

The storefront was a community of children by Ned O’Gordman, first edition 1970.

Price: $ 166.94 (Five stars)

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