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  • Sarah Siegel

    A cool now-and-then pic of a building on W. 72nd Street that used to be an Automat, courtesy of Landmarks West!. A few of their summer interns came to visit Lunch Hour NYC, where we have a restored Automat machine on display, and were inspired to write a very kind blog post. Glad you loved the exhibition!

  • Maude Gonne

    On the left, the former Horn & Hardart Automat on West 72nd Street (now a Citibank). On the right, the Automat in 1942.

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