How Sweet it Was, Television: a Pictorial Commentary

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  By Arthur Youman and Roger Shulman.  Measures 9" x 11".  This book is hardbound with dust jacket.  428 pages with pictures on every page.  It is clean and tight with little wear.
Although television was invented in the 1920s, it became a staple item in American life and culture only during the 1950s. By the end of that decade, 90 percent of all households owned at least one television set. In many instances, television had radically altered Americans' lifestyles.  This book reviews and recalls many of those memories we have of that time.

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