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The Algonquin Round Table

These are the locations that have a tie to the Round Table.

The Alqonquin, home of the Round Table, the famed literary "Vicious Circle" of 1919-1929

Birthplace of The New Yorker, the Hell's Kitchen house on W. 47th Street where Harold Ross founded the magazine, and Dottie and her pals tipped back drinks

The New Yorker, guess who invented "The New Yorker Short Story"? That would be Mrs. Parker, in this office

Polly Adler's, Dottie and Mr. Benchley hung out together at this infamous brothel

Wit's End, where Dottie's pal Aleck Woollcott lived and entertained

The Cort, legendary Broadway theater where Dottie sat through shows as a critic

 
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