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Nut Club, New York 1943 Menu Art
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Nut Club, New York 1943


The Nut Club at 99 Seventh Avenue South was a Greenwich Village nightclub catering to tourists. One of its quirky attractions was 'cockroach racing.' It closed its doors in the 1950s.

Courtesy Private Collection.

Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu where available.

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