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  2. Waldorf-Astoria (1893–1929) - Wikipedia

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    The Waldorf–Astoria originated as two hotels, built side by side by feuding relatives on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City.Built in 1893 and expanded in 1897, the Waldorf–Astoria was razed in 1929 to make way for construction of the Empire State Building.

  3. Hurricane Charley - Wikipedia

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    On mainland Florida, Charley produced a peak storm surge of 10–13 feet (3.0–4.0 metres) at Vanderbilt Beach near Naples, along with a much lower surge at its Punta Gorda landfall. The hurricane dropped generally light rainfall across Florida, with the maximum amount of 9.88 inches (251 mm) occurring in Bud Slough in Sarasota County . [4]

  4. Church Missions House - Wikipedia

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    Church Missions House (also known as 281 Park Avenue South) is a historic building at Park Avenue South and East 22nd Street in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City, in an area once known as "Charity Row".

  5. College of the Holy Cross - Wikipedia

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    Principal athletic facilities include the Fitton Field football stadium (capacity 23,500), Hart Recreation Center's basketball court (3,600), the newly renovated Fitton Field baseball park also called Hanover Insurance Park at Fitton Field (3,000), Holy Cross Field House, Hart Ice Rink (1,600), Linda Johnson Smith Stadium (1,320), and Smith ...