Notebook of a Native Washingtonian is Gilbert Hahn's follow-up to The Notebook of an Amateur Politician (and How He Began the D.C. Subway) (Lexington Books, 2002). A distinguished Washington attorney for over fifty years, Hahn has had a lifetime interest in the welfare of the District of Columbia and his fellow Washingtonians. This book chronicles Hahn's social and political life as a native Washingtonian.
Every lover of Washington should read this book and secure another dozen copies as gifts for friends. I promise you a rewarding experience- unless you fear a strong case of nostalgia.--George McGovern, from the foreword
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Acknowledgment Chapter 3 Why Another Notebook Chapter 4 Washington As I Knew It Chapter 5 1: Family and In-Laws; When Margot and I got Married; Uncle Milton and the Club Attire; Grandfathers Hahn and King; Margot's Great Grandfather I.W. Bernheim; The Berliners; Out Three Poodles Chapter 6 2: People Near and Far; John Mitchell and Fate; The Alley Gang; Car Shipley (Politics Ain't Bean Bag); Dinner with Pat Moynihan; A Trip to N.A.T.O.; Morris and Gwen Cafritz; Milton Kronheim, Sr.; P.T. Hableton; Tom and Joan Braden; Herman Miller; Ge Chapter 7 3: Other Stories; Presidential Hopefuls at Princeton; The Bakery Caper; The Kann-Lansburgh Fire Station; Judge David Bazelon and the Japanese House; Congressman William Natcher, D.C. Budget, and Roads; The France et Choiseul and the Ritz Hotels in P Chapter 8 4: Some Thoughts; English Racing; The Bedbug Letter; Margot's Cooking School; D.C. Baseball; D.C. Transit; D.C. Transit, Part II; The Blue Period Picassos; Peanut Butter and Mayonnaise; Summer Jobs; The Demise of Logarithms; General Patton and Luxem Chapter 9 About the Author
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: 1st February 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 14.0
Weight (kg): 0.13