Governor Clinton Hotel Ashtray (1929)$129.00
Named for George Clinton, the first governor of New York State, built in 1929 in the Italian Renaissance style, the Governor Clinton had 32 floors and was 378 feet high. Present at the opening banquet were then-Governor Franklin Roosevelt and former governor Al Smith along with New York City Mayor Jimmy Walker. Located at the corner of Thirty-first Street and Seventh Avenue (across from Pennsylvania Station), the Governor Clinton was designed by Murgatroyd and Ogden. In 1967 the name of the hotel changed to Penn Garden Hotel, and then in 1974 it became Southgate Tower. Around 2004 the name changed to Affinia Manhattan.
Offered is a rare ashtray, a venerable relic that someone swiped from the legendary hotel.
Governor Clinton Hotel Ashtray (1929)
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