The New York Times Archive - Hotel Astor - 1945

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  • If you listen carefully, you can still hear Frank Sinatra singing in the grand Hotel Astor as he did from 1940–1942. Taken from the sidewalk, this photograph only hints at the hotel’s grand proportions. This unusual scene portends the hotel’s relatively short life on Times Square. Built in 1905 in the Beaux Arts style complete with 1,000 guest rooms and a green-copper mansard roof, it was destroyed in 1967, and eventually replaced by a modern high-rise. In partnership with The New York Times Archive, we’re proud to offer this historical photograph of one of the city’s former architectural jewels.

    • Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high
    • Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high
    • Espresso Frame: 20" wide x 17" high
    • Black Frame: 25.5" wide x 21.5" high 
    • Espresso Frame: 26" wide x 22" high
    • Selected from the historical images of the New York Times archives.
    • Includes a certificate of authenticity from the New York Times.
    • Backed with a label giving time period and full story of the image.
    • Offered exclusively through Pottery Barn.
    • Framed in ramin wood with a black or espresso finish.
    • White archival-quality, acid-free, beveled-cut mat.
    • Black and white image printed on 260-gram paper with a satin finish.
    • Plexiglas front.