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This black and white photograph displays the features of the Waldorf-Astoria kitchen in 1937. Here the waiter is at the salad station. You will notice the various stations of the food assembly line that is part of the process of cooking and plating…

A black and white photograph depicting Petula Clark. On the reverse of the photograph, a press release dated October 11th, 1975 reads: "Oscar For Petula Clark. Petula Clark is the first performer to be presented with The Waldorf Oscar. Pet receives…

Black and white photograph depicting an en suite Bathroom from the 1935 publication "The Waldorf-Astoria" by Richard Averill Smith.

Black and white photograph depicting the master bedroom of a Waldorf Towers Apartment from the 1935 publication "The Waldorf-Astoria" by Richard Averill Smith.

This article discusses the history of (the then) modern cooking techniques and the development of the modern chef, who is both in part a scientist as well as an artist. Munsey's Magazine is credited with being the first mass-market magazine that was…

Black and white photograph depicting the Sert Room from the 1935 publication "The Waldorf-Astoria" by Richard Averill Smith.

"The murals are almost in monochrome on white gold...a very dark brown with reddish browns, black and burgundy...the…
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