At left, an ad for the calendar featuring a collage of its photographs. The ad copy promises that the calendar "will serve either as a handsome souvenir or as a holiday gift for those to whom you want to send something extra special."
A spiraled-bound product featuring the Tudor City Christmas tree on the cover, the calendar pictures all of the enclave's buildings inside.
The calendar originally cost fifty cents; the other day, a 1944 edition sold on eBay for $67.
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