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    Kültéri üvegszekrény a New York szálloda és kávéház bejárata mellett

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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    A New York kávéház belső tere

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Interior of the New York Café. The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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    Lépcsősor a New York kávéházban

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    A staircase at the New York Café. The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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    A New York kávéház belső tere

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    Interior of the New York Café. The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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    A New York szálloda és kávéház épületének homlokzata

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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    Díszes terem kristálycsillárokkal és csavart oszlopokkal a New York kávéházban

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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    Folyosó, terített asztalokkal a New York kávéházban

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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    Mosdóajtók a New York kávéházban

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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    Az alagsorba vezető lépcsők a New York szálloda és kávéházban

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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    A New York kávéház belső tere

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    A picture from photo collection of photographer Sándor Bauer who was the photo reporter of the Hungarian Film Office (belonged to MTI) as of 1946, and the employee of magazine Vendéglátás as of 1957. His legacy is about 20 thousand photos, mainly in negative.

    The New York Palace is one of the most characteristic and impressive buildings on the Grand Boulevard, which has also a literary historical significance. The New York Café, located on the ground floor, entered Hungarian cultural history in the early 1900s, through literary and artistic table companies and "café editorial offices" that used the coffee-house as their headquarters.

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