Coffee shops--California, Southern.; Roadside architecture--California, Southern.; Modern movement (Architecture)--California, Southern.; Popular culture--California, Southern--History--20th century.
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morocco: Morocco is a style of leather book binding that is usually made with goatskin, as it is durable and easy to dye.(see also Goatskin) There are several types of bindings for Morocco goatskin: Crushed Morocco: No noticeable grain, as it has been flattened by pressing, ironing, or rolling the goatskin.Levant Morocco: Exquisite elegant style of Morocco where the large grain is left and the goatskin is highly polished.Niger Morocco: A
rustic look created by rubbing the goatskin, making a subtle grain and
flexible leather. The name derived from it's the point of origin in
West Africa.Straight-Grain Morocco: A style created by moistening the skin and creating a artificial parallel grain.