Four-Times Dose of Dorothy

We went to town and added four more locations to Dot City, so there are even more places to vist:

  • Depression-Era Apartment, In 1932, Dottie lived here when she wrote some of her most famous stories
  • Art Deco End, This apartment on East 52nd Street was the last place Dottie lived before going to Los Angeles
  • 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

    Have a look at these exciting new places that played a part in Dorothy Parker’s life.

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