Tag: Herbert Paulson

  • The Grand View Ship Hotel

    The Grand View Ship Hotel

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    Driving west through Pennsylvania in the 1920s and 1930s was arduous. The road that became the Lincoln Highway (U. S. 30) was paved but there were few amenities. Then entrepreneur Herbert Paulson built “The Only Steamboat in the Mountains,” the Grand View Ship Hotel, at a sharp bend on the road with a beautiful view…

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Hy Mariampolski

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Hy Mariampolski New York’s Great Hotel Ballrooms Part 2 Grand Central and Penn Station Areas Just about a mile South from Times Square, Pennsylvania Terminal is the final station for trains originating west and south of New York City and from the East via the Long Island Rail Road. The Hotel New Yorker was built […]

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