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This is a celebrity biography about a great hotel -- in fact, for millions of people across the land and countless more around the world, it is America's most famous hotel. Now approaching its seventy-fifth anniversary in 2006 on its Park Avenue site, The Waldorf-Astoria has been home to kings, magnates, presidents and many of the greatest cultural talents of the Twentieth ...more
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