6 edition of The Plaza found in the catalog.
At head of title: Westin Hotels.
|Statement||[Bill Harris] ; designed by Philip Clucas ; produced by Ted Smart and David Gibbon|
|LC Classifications||TX941.P526 P539 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
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THE PLAZA is the account of one vaunted New York City address that has The Plaza book synonymous with wealth and scandal, opportunity and tragedy.
With glamour on the surface and strife behind the scenes, it is the story of how one hotel became a mirror reflecting New York's place at the center of the country's cultural narrative for over a century/5(93).
"The Plaza: The Secret Life of America's Most Famous Hotel" by Julie Satow is a thorough research of the history of one of the most famous hotels in the world, The Plaza. Whether you've seen it in person, or in a movie, it is one of those buildings that it's immediately recognizable, and it is one of the first images that appear before your eyes when you think about New York/5.
The story of the Plaza as told in these pages is the story of New York's last and greatest century."— Andrew Solomon, National Book Award-winning author of Far & Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change "In THE PLAZA, Julie Satow has done a masterful job of creating a gripping narrative that spans just over a : Grand Central Publishing.
Hardcover At The Plaza is a pictorial record and an anecdotal history of the world's most famous hotel: New York's Plaza. In At The Plaza, the hotel's official historian has compiled a tremendous collection of photographs and vignettes chronicling the colorful history of a building, an institution, and a city.5/5(13).
'The Plaza' Is A Nostalgic Look At The History Of New York's Most Famous Hotel Julie Satow's book reads like the biography of a distant relative as much as the history of a landmark building; the author argues that no other building so directly reflects the city itself.
'The Plaza' Is A Nostalgic Look At The History Of New York's Most Famous Hotel June 6, • Julie Satow's book reads like the biography of a distant relative as much as the history of a landmark. Drawing on architectural, financial, social, and popular history, the author “examines how the Plaza is ground zero for the increasing globalization of money and the slow decoupling of pedigree from wealth.”.
One of New York City’s most famous residents is the ever elusive and capricious Eloise at The Plaza. Introduced to the public in Kay Thompson’s Eloise: A book for precocious grown-ups – Eloise’s mischief and antics have delighted readers and visitors of The Plaza since its publication in The Plaza has welcomed guests from around the world to enjoy its magic at the castle on Central Park South for more than years.
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