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image of The Fine Art of Good Service.

The Fine Art of Good Service.

by [Ladies' Mile Map] Fifth Avenue Shopping District Map, circa 1920, Hotel Seville.

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G.Gosen Rare Books & Old Paper, ABAA, ILAB
Published
[1920-24]
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$450.00

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Fifth Avenue Shopping District Map, circa 1920. Hotel Seville. The Fine Art of Good Service. John F. Garrety, Manager. A promotional brochure (14 cm x 9 cm) illustrated in color, with a fold-out color map (27 cm x 20 cm) of the "Fifth Avenue Shopping District," from Twenty-Sixth Street up to Forty-Second Street. A northern extension of Manhattan's famous… Read more
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$450.00
image of Visitors Map and Hotel Directory of New York. Special Edition Prepared for the American Association for the Advancement of Science and Affiliated Societies December 27, 1928 to January 2, 1929.

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Visitors Map and Hotel Directory of New York. Special Edition Prepared for the American Association for the Advancement of Science and Affiliated Societies December 27, 1928 to January 2, 1929. New York: Hotel Association of New York City, 70 cm x 42.5 cm. On the verso of the large map of New York City are two smaller maps showing the… Read more
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$125.00
image of ALS on Grand Union Hotel, New York Stationery

ALS on Grand Union Hotel, New York Stationery

by Emerson, L.

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G.Gosen Rare Books & Old Paper, ABAA, ILAB
Published
January 18, 1883
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$350.00

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Grand Union Hotel, New York City, January 18, 1883. Autograph letter, ink on paper, signed "L. Emerson" on a sheet of the illustrated Grand Union Hotel stationery, which boasts a half-page woodcut illustration of the Grand Union Hotel, situated across Forty-second Street from the original Grand Central Depot, at the published address: "Grand Union Hotel, opposite the Grand Central Depot,… Read more
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$350.00
image of New York Innkeeper’s License 1796 Signed by New York City Mayor Richard Varick.

New York Innkeeper’s License 1796 Signed by New York City Mayor Richard Varick.

by Richard Varick, Mayor of New York

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G.Gosen Rare Books & Old Paper, ABAA, ILAB
Published
March 3, 1796
Edition
Original manuscript
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$500.00

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An engraved form printed on an untrimmed sheet with the 1796 and month of March, with manuscript annotations. For the sum of fifty pounds, Bernard Repelye, a grocer located at 70 Front Street, secured the right to "keep an Inn or Tavern for retailing strong or spiritous Liquors in his Dwelling-House …" for a period of one year. Mr. Repelye… Read more
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$500.00