Hotel New Yorker 1943
Today launches a new series called “Postcard Stories from New York”. Each week I will feature a vintage postcard sent to a loved one from the Big Apple New York City. Let’s see what thread they will weave over time. Here is the premier card:
Postcard of the Week – HOTEL NEW YORKER 1943
Description: Hotel New Yorker, 34th Street at 8th Avenue. Private tunnel to Pennsylvania Station. 2,500 rooms, each with a radio, both tub
and shower, servidor and circulating ice water. Four popular priced restaurants.
Dancing nightly in the Terrace Restaurant. Rates from $3.85 a day.
To: Miss Marion J. Peters
1708 N. Harvard St.
Photo of the day: GRID – The grid: grid pattern, architectural grid, electric grid, football grid, Manhattan grid, gridiron, pancake griddle, grid system, power grid, racing grid, geographic grid, subway grid, geogrid technology, on and off the grid, computer grid, nighttime grid and Mondrian’s grid. Which grid is this?