- Amnesty Exhibit
- America's Palace
- Dear Oscar
- Art Deco and the Waldorf Astoria
- Hats, Balloons, and Noisemakers
- The Duke and Duchess of Windsor
- The Man Who Bought The Greatest Of Them All
- The National Football Foundation Annual Awards Dinner
- The Repeal of Prohibition
- The White House Away From The White House
- The Empire Room: "A Setting of Sparkling Gaiety For Dinner and Dancing"
- Welcome To The Blackout Club
- The Waldorf Hotel
- Bakers Unite!
- The Waldorf Astoria Archive
A collection of dozens of autographed photographs and portraits given to Oscar of the Waldorf. It seems that Oscar brought these with him when he…
Objects photographed for the Waldorf Astoria Amnesty Program during the summer of 2012.
This collection consists of reproductions of illustrations from the publication "The Waldorf-Astoria, New York." The promotional book was compiled in…
In October of 1931, President Herbert Hoover took to the airwaves to announce to the opening of the Park Avenue Waldorf=Astoria Hotel. This historic…
Opened in 1931 as the successor to the original circa 1897 Waldorf Astoria, the world’s first “skyscraper hotel,” remains one of the world’s…
The Waldorf=Astoria Hotel aspires to provide innovative and unforgettable service to its guests. Unsurprisingly, those who stay at the Waldorf tend to…
When the decision to build a new Waldorf=Astoria Hotel was made, the managers and investors of the new hotel were most emphatic that the atmosphere,…
The Waldorf Astoria we know today occupies an entire city block bounded by Park and Lexington Avenues, and 49th and 50th Streets. It has stood as a…
The original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel began as two hotels, the Waldorf and the Astoria, built by feuding cousins William Waldorf Astor and John Jacob…