Those Days by Hamilton Fish Armstrong

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Hamilton Fish Armstrong [1903-1973] was a United States editor and diplomat. During World War I he was a military attache in Serbia, which inspired a lifelong interest in American foreign relations. In 1922 he became editor of Foreign Affairs, the journal of the newly formed Council on Foreign Relations. In 1928 he was appointed editor of the journal, a post he retained until 1972. "Those Days" is a memoir of his childhood growing up in a New York City which is largely vanished today, with idyllic summers spent in upstate New York.

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Published January 1, 1963 by Harper & Row.
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Inevitably, the descriptive word- nostalgia- will be used as a label for these delightful reminiscences of a New York boyhood, as the distinguished editor of Foreign Affairs turns back the pages to his growing up years.

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