|Looking down at the crowd at the 1939 festivities from a window in No. 45. |
A temporary stage [hidden behind the tree] was home to a variety of performers.
|Baritone Glenn Darwin performing on the temporary stage, 1939.|
|Students from Miss Traver's School, the local kindergarten, decked out in Dutch costumes and not looking especially thrilled about it, 1939.|
|1936. Mannequins modeling outfits from Windsor Gowns, the local dress shop in No. 5.|
|Interpretive dancer Calliope Charisse, performing a dance of her own creation, "La Tulip Noire," in 1937. She is accompanied by five of her children, who often performed with her.|
Tudor City continues to offer entertainment in its parks thanks to the efforts of Tudor City Greens. See the 2019 schedule of events here.
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