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December 04, 2013



"...but why did he live for thirty-five years, with or near his mother, in a seedy residential hotel in Harlem?"

According to Wikipedia, Woolrich lived with his mother in the Hotel Marseilles at W. 102nd and Broadway. As I wrote last year in response to this entry, that is not Harlem, but the Upper West Side. Whether it was "seedy" in the 40s or 50s I don't know.


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