In other Mad Men related post…
NYC Discovery Walking Tours offers fans a chance to stroll through midtown, taking in the history and architecture of the era. On “The World of Mad Men: NYC During the Early 1960’s,” stops include the Summit Hotel, the Seagram Building, the Pan Am Building, and the Lever House, and other places Don Draper might have seen when he leaves his office to buy a “35 cent pack of cigarettes and meet a client for lunch.” The public tour, which costs $20, is offered on Saturday, March 24, at 2 p.m. and Sunday, March 25, at 4:30 p.m. …
Will that be better than the scary sadshaw tour?
[photo: The Time-Life Building, January 1960, Meyer Liebowitz/The New York Times]
Related: The Ultimate Mad Men Guide to NYC Bars and Restaurants

In other Mad Men related post…

NYC Discovery Walking Tours offers fans a chance to stroll through midtown, taking in the history and architecture of the era. On “The World of Mad Men: NYC During the Early 1960’s,” stops include the Summit Hotel, the Seagram Building, the Pan Am Building, and the Lever House, and other places Don Draper might have seen when he leaves his office to buy a “35 cent pack of cigarettes and meet a client for lunch.” The public tour, which costs $20, is offered on Saturday, March 24, at 2 p.m. and Sunday, March 25, at 4:30 p.m. …

Will that be better than the scary sadshaw tour?

[photo: The Time-Life Building, January 1960, Meyer Liebowitz/The New York Times]

Related: The Ultimate Mad Men Guide to NYC Bars and Restaurants

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    I had the pleasure of working in this building for over a decade.
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