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New York Statler Hotel Ashtray

New York Statler Hotel Ashtray

$159.00

A Room and a Bath for a Dollar and a Half! Built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1919 and operated by legendary hotelman Ellsworth Statler, the Hotel Pennsylvania was located across the street from Pennsylvania Station (razed in 1963 to make room for Madison Square Garden and the redeveloped below-ground station in use today). The hotel was acquired by the Hotels Statler Company in 1949 and renamed the New York Statler Hotel. Following the sale of all 17 Statler hotels to Conrad Hilton in 1954, the hotel became The Statler Hilton. In 1992, it reverted to the Hotel Pennsylvania.

Once icons of hospitality and glamour, ashtrays are part of Americana that now belongs to the past. Offering an ashtray from the golden age of glamorous smoking, now out of use along with cigarettes, but desirable for its connection to the culture of New York City in the twentieth century.

New York Statler Hotel Ashtray
Item #02242

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