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Hidden NYC: Last vestiges of the Ziegfeld!

THS Member BOB ASHLEY is the all time king of obscure internet info.  He shared this link from the spectacular Scouting NY website.  A quirky little story about how a chunk of the original Ziegfeld Theatre remained in NYC for all to enjoy.

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  1. Gary Lee Parks

    The head definitely was that on one of the goddesses which were “holding onto” the giant masks on the upper part of the facade. The person who has the blog has, however, made an error with the picture of the building that supposedly occupies the site of the theatre. The building in the photo is of early 1900s vintage, not 60s. “…piece of s–t…” or not, he’s commenting on the wrong building.

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Hidden NYC: Last vestiges of the Ziegfeld!

THS Member BOB ASHLEY is the all time king of obscure internet info.  He shared this link from the spectacular Scouting NY website.  A quirky little story about how a chunk of the original Ziegfeld Theatre remained in NYC for all to enjoy.

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  1. Gary Lee Parks

    The head definitely was that on one of the goddesses which were “holding onto” the giant masks on the upper part of the facade. The person who has the blog has, however, made an error with the picture of the building that supposedly occupies the site of the theatre. The building in the photo is of early 1900s vintage, not 60s. “…piece of s–t…” or not, he’s commenting on the wrong building.

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