Beats à Paris (Michael Kellner,Hamburg and OMC Communication GmbH, Düsseldorf 2001) – by Harold Chapman
The Beat Hotel (Editeur banal gris, 1984) – by Harold Chapman, foreword by William Burroughs, foreword by Brion Gysin.
Everyman’s France (J.M.Dent, 1982) – by Maxine Feifer (Author), Harold Chapman (Photographer)
Vanishing France (Quadrangle, New York, 1975) – John Hess, Harold Chapman.
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