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Hilton, Conrad. Be My Guest. New York: Prentice Hall Press (Simon & Shuster), 1957.
"Be My Guest is a fascinating window into the life of a frontier American family around the turn of the 20th century, and a gripping story of the creation of one of the world’s biggest businesses and brands. It is also a superb motivational work on why it is important to think big. Here we trace some of the key events in Hilton’s life and his reflections on his career."
De Guerre, C. General De Gaulle Memoires - L'Appel 1940-1942. Librairie Plon, 1954
"Written during his time in the wilderness, between his resignation from the government on 20 January 1946 and his recall in 1958, war memoirs allow Charles de Gaulle to clarify the historical events associated with the battle for the liberation of France."
Sam, Staggs. Inventing Elsa Maxwell: How an Irrepressible Nobody Conquered High Society, Hollywood, the Press, and the World. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2012
"Elsa Maxwell defined the social milieu in Europe and America. From San Francisco to New York, London and Paris to Rome, Monte Carlo and Athens, she imprinted, influenced and entertained everyone in the rich-to-royal cache. This work reappraises a woman of contradictions whose life has not been probed since her death in 1963."
GBS 90: In Honor of the Ninetieth Birthday of George Bernard Shaw"
Cott, Jonathan. Conversations with Glenn Gould. Boston and Toronto: Little Brown & Co.,1984
"One of the most idiosyncratic and charismatic musicians of the twentieth century, pianist Glenn Gould (1932–82)..Conversations with Glenn Gould is considered by many, including the subject, to be the best interview Gould ever gave and one of his most remarkable performances."
Emperor Hirohito: A Pictorial History-First Edition. Tokyo: Kodansha International, Ltd. 1975
Dabney, Thomas Ewing. The Man Who Bought the Waldorf: The Life of Conrad N. Hilton. Duell, Sloan & Pearce Incby, 1950
Fragments: Poems, Intimate Notes and Letters by Marilyn Monroe. Edited by Stanley Buchthal and Bernard Comment. LSAS International, Inc: 2010
Wright Sr, Cobina. I Never Grew Up. New York: Prentice Hall, Inc., 1952
Strictly Personal and Confidential: The Letters Harry Truman Never Mailed. Edited by Monte M. Poen. Boston and Toronto: Little Brown & Co., 1982