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  What they're saying about Barbara's View Guides.
longtime customers

"Regular Visitors to Europe could save themselves a lot of time by ordering Barbara's View Guides.
They give all the street names, shops worth visiting, and other places that contribute to one's fashion know-how.

"Milan, Rome, Florence, Paris, and London are all treated in detail. The maps even give you information about where to eat, where to start your tour and where to sit down to make notes.

"The Barbara who writes the guides is that well-known American writer Barbara Wexner Levy who is known
to many readers as a former contributer to The News.
She is also the "mother" of The Landmark Shoe Collection started in 1973
at The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

"Barbara's View started in 1976 and now has world-wide customers testifying to its worth. Barbara's connections are fantastic. Her lists read like a Who's Who and her background is fully "feet on the ground" coming as she does from a fashion shoe family."
-Eunice Wilson, author of "The History of Shoe Fashions."

Let Barbara Guide You
"If you're planning a walking tour of New York City you might want to take along Barbara's View New York, New York," a lightweight easy-to follow city guide complete with maps and tips on finding the best restaurants, hotels and points of interest.

"Barbara" is Barbara Wexner Levy, a fashion writer who has found a way to pack an amazing amount of information about the city into a small manageable folder. The packet includes detailed maps of 5th Ave, Midtown, Upper East Side, West Side, SoHo, Village, Tribeca...

"Accenting the maps are whimsical illustrations and suggestions for eating, shopping and addresses, phone numbers and information on everything you need while in the city including airlines, hotel, restaurants department stores, museums, public transportation and walking tours.

Levy has also published guides for Paris, London, Milan, Florence and Rome. As well as Los Angeles, Miami/South Florida and Atlanta".
--Gannett News Service