A great, but unaccredited, Enoch Bolles image. A scantily clad waitress sends her tray flying in this lovely print of a menu cover from a legendary New York nightclub, The Latin Quarter. Opened in 1942 in Times Square by Lou Walters, father of newscaster Barbara Walters, the club was famous for lively cabaret acts featuring can-can dancers and showgirls. Frank Sinatra and the Andrew sisters were among the big-name musical stars that performed in the elegant auditorium.
Courtesy Private Collection
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