214 West 72nd Street, where Dorothy Rothschild lived in 1893.
Like any good tour of a literary person, you need to know where they lived and worked. A lot of the places where Mrs. Parker lived are woven into the fabric of her stories. By visiting the streets and neighborhoods she once walked, one gets a sense of being inside a Parker story or piece of verse. These are listed in the chronological order of when she resided in each locale.
Dottie in New Jersey, in 1893 this is where she was born, on the Jersey Shore (with video & 33 photos)
Childhood Home, 1893 Upper West Side residence where Dottie Rothschild lived before her mother died
Pre-Teen Home, young Dottie's home at turn of the Century, at 57 W. 68th Street
Sixty-Eighth Street Snow, see the unfair world through a child's young eyes
The building Dottie lived in at 57 W. 68th Street in 1899.
Young Poet's Home, as a teen and young adult Dottie Rothschild resided here, at 310 W. 80th Street
Boarding House, where Dottie lived in 1915 while working at Vogue magazine
The Parkers, Dorothy lived here when Eddie was away in the war, and when she joined the Algonquin Round Table
The Bad Apartment, apartment in midtown where Dorothy and Eddie Parker had some bad times
The Alqonquin, Dottie had a furnished room here, and could pop down in the elevator to meet her pals at the Round Table
Art Deco End, This apartment on East 52nd Street was the last place Dottie lived before going to Los Angeles
Pennsylvania Parker, during the Depression Dottie bought a farmhouse in Bucks County. New! See 40 photos of the house!
Dottie in Denver, This bungalow is where Dottie and Alan lived in the summer of 1934
Hollywood Period, For more than 30 years Mrs. Parker spent time in Los Angeles
The Volney, this is where Dorothy lived for the last 15 years of her life, and died in 1967