|20th Century Fox Studio Restaurants|
A brief introduction to the history of 20th Century Fox Studio and its restaurants.
|Larry R. Paul||11/23/2019||Restaurants||restaurants|
|Bevo Mill Restaurant, St. Louis, MO|
In 1916, August A. Bush, Sr. of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company built Bevo Mill with an entrance that replicated an authentic Dutch mill, complete with 60-foot diameter wooden-blade wind sails.
|Larry R. Paul||11/19/2019||Restaurants||restaurants|
|Bloomingdale's Part 1 – Railroad Dining Car, Le Train Bleu|
A discussion about the Bloomingdale's French railroad dining car, Le Train Bleu, located on the 6th floor of the New York department store.
|Larry R. Paul||03/20/2019||Department Stores||department-stores|
|Bloomingdale's Part 2 – Other Restaurants|
A discussion of the other restaurants at Bloomingdale's New York department store.
|Larry R. Paul||03/21/2019||Department Stores||department-stores|
|Boston City Hospital|
Founded in 1864, Boston City Hospital was a city-funded public hospital dedicated to poor patients.
|Larry R. Paul||10/02/2019||Hospitals||hospitals|
Brown's Candies was located in Detroit, Michigan, around the turn of the 20th century.
|Larry R. Paul||11/24/2019||Restaurants||restaurants|
|Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago|
The Edgewater Beach in Chicago offered several dining areas including its three-level main dining room, known as the Marine Cafe and its fifteen private dining rooms with seating capacities from 10 to 1,000.
|Larry R. Paul||12/17/2019||Hotels||hotels|
The Federal Government opened its new immigration facility on Ellis Island, N.Y., on Jan. 1, 1892. Before its closure on Nov. 12, 1954, almost 12 million immigrants were processed there.
|Larry R. Paul||11/30/2021||Immigration||immigration|
|Goldblatt's, Chicago, IL|
Brothers Nathan and Maurice Goldblatt opened their first store in 1914 on Ashland Avenue in Chicago, IL, and later opened their five-story flagship store at 1613-35 W. Chicago Avenue in 1928. Goldblatt's featured quality merchandise at low prices.
|Larry R. Paul||04/08/2019||Department Stores||department-stores|
|Greater Pittsburgh Airport|
Opening on May 31, 1952, the new Greater Pittsburgh Airport cost $33 million. Designed by architect Joseph W. Hoover, it was the largest international airport in the world at the time and contained a 60-room hotel and a 300-seat movie theater.
|Larry R. Paul||11/15/2019||Airports||airports|
|Hangar Club NYC|
The Hangar Club, located at 34-36 E. 63rd Street in New York City, New York, opened in 1930 as a mens club dedicated to aviation.
|Larry R. Paul||11/21/2019||Clubs||clubs|
|Horn & Hardart|
Horn & Hardart Automats china patterns and ephemera.
|RWCN||04/28/2020||Automats, Restaurants||automats restaurants|
China patterns used by Howard Johnson's, an iconic U.S. chain of restaurants and hotels, founded in 1925 by Howard Deering Johnson.
|RWCN||05/03/2020||Hotels, Restaurants||hotels restaurants|
|Jack Dempsey's Restaurant|
Legendary Jack Dempsey and his restaurant.
|Larry R. Paul||11/04/2019||Restaurants||restaurants|
|Jackson China – Promotional Butter Pats|
Jackson China Company took advantage of their available supply of butter pats to create advertising pieces that could be presented to potential customers as a business card.
|Larry R. Paul||07/06/2020||Advertising||advertising|
The history and demise of the grand Kloeber Sanatorium which opened in 1900 in Green River Hot Springs, Washington and burned to the ground ten years later.
|Larry R. Paul||10/21/2019||Sanatoriums||sanatoriums|
|Marshall Field and Co., Chicago, IL|
Marshall Field (1835-1906) was a pioneer in the department store business and his retail operation was among the finest.
|Larry R. Paul||04/12/2019||Department Stores||department-stores|
|Paul McCobb – Advertising Platters|
Distinctive Paul McCobb-designed platters with tab handles were used by Jackson China as promotional items.
|Larry R. Paul||11/13/2019||Advertising, Designers||advertising designers|
|Paul McCobb – Jackson China|
Jackson China hired Paul McCobb in the late 1950s to help increase sales. Paul McCobb (1917 – 1969) was an important mid-century Industrial Designer, best known for his mass-produced furniture designs.
|Larry R. Paul||11/10/2019||Designers||designers|
|RCA Building – Radio Room|
A look at the restaurants of the 70-story RCA Building, which opened in May, 1933 and is located at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City, New York.
|Larry R. Paul||10/29/2019||Buildings, Restaurants||buildings restaurants|
|Terrace Plaza Hotel|
The Terrace Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati opened in 1948. It was designed in the International Style and included a circular restaurant with commissioned mural by Joan Miró.
|Larry R. Paul||05/30/2020||Hotels||hotels|
|Time-Life Building – Hemisphere Club & Tower Suite|
The 48th floor of the Time-Life Building served as the members-only Hemisphere Club during the day and became the Tower Suite public dining room at night.
|Larry R. Paul||11/04/2019||Buildings, Clubs||buildings clubs|