A Popular Hostelry

Issue 22 and Volume 53.

A Popular Hostelry As you pass Thirty-second street and Park avenue attention is attracted to the Park Avenue Hotel, the home of navy officers and their wives, and other persons in comfortable circumstances who wish to remain in the city for several weeks. The Park Avenue Hotel occupies the entire block front between Thirty-second and Thirty third streets, and all the 400 rooms have outside air and sunlight. The hotel is modern and artistically furnished There is a homelike air about the hotel, and that’s perhaps why navy officers go there. Fred A. Reed, one of the most popular hotel men, is the proprietor. And there’s not a prettier spot to dine in New York City than on one of the verandas overhanging the sunken gardent built within the large quadrangle of the Park avenue Hotel. It is called the Palm Garden. and on a hot summer’s evening it is…

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