preface by Jonathan Adler Originally published in 1926, Up & Down in New York is a beautifully put together book that contains 25 amazing drawings of life in the New York City of the 1920s by artist extraordinaire, Tony Sarg. And when we say life, we mean life: these pages are overflowing with the vitality of NYC during the era when it really came into its own as a world capital. Each of the pictures is drawn from an elevated perspective taking in the hustle and bustle of humanity at enough of a remove to contemplate and appreciate the magic of human endeavor. Each of these drawings is reproduced with great care on heavy, flat, 9" x 12" cream colored stock, that will stand up to all the pawing these pages are sure to get as these are images that beckon. The publishers did a nice job on this book. Make the time to check it out. Here's further comments along with a peek, but the images as they appear here don't do justice to how they appear in the book.