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1976 "First printing" stated on copyright page; Ward Ritchie Press publishers; Signed by author to family inside front; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket has some minor tears and a wrinkle on the front.


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"This is a book about Los Angeles for everyone who already knows about Los Angeles, and also for those who don't know a thing about it, and for those who think they do.  It is also for those who think it doesn't exist."


Jack Clifford Smith (August 27, 1916–January 9, 1996) was a Los Angeles journalist, author, and newspaper columnist. His daily column, which ran in the Los Angeles Times for 37 years, expressed "keen observations of the life he loved in ever-surprising Southern California" and was described by former Los Angeles Times Editor Shelby Coffey III as "one of the abiding highlights of the Los Angeles Times." Smith was the author of 10 books, many of them based on his columns, and won the Los Angeles chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists' Distinguished Journalist award in 1981.

THE BIG ORANGE by Jack Smith

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