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The Harvard Club, 1940

by Christian

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The closest I’ve ever been to New York’s Harvard Club is visiting my tailor across the street. In 1940 LIFE Magazine ran a photo shoot on the club, and the outtakes were released on the web several years ago along with many other images from the LIFE archives.

It looks like a very comfortable place to read about the war in Europe. But it would affect them, as it did everyone else, soon enough.

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