Mid Century Modernism: News Round Up: Walt Disney, Richard Driehaus Museum

A Round up of all things Mid Century Modern:

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Mid Century Modern Flashback Friday: HDTalks: Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

By Mary Beth Klatt

The opulent 680-room Caesars Palace began because builder and designer Jay Sarno had a vision: He wanted to construct a unique Las Vegas hotel—an homage to the famed Roman emperor.

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Mid Century Modern: Flashback Friday: HD Talks: A Colorful Makeover For A West Virginia Resort

By Mary Beth Klatt

It’s hard to believe that the Greenbrier, a destination resort opened in 1778 on 10,000 private acres in the foothills of West Virginia’s Allegheny Mountains, was briefly used as an army hospital during World War II. German, Japanese, and Italian diplomats were also housed there with their families for a time while awaiting return to their respective countries.

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Mid Century Modern: Flashback Friday: Hotel Valley Ho, Scottsdale, AZ

Hotel Valley Ho, Scottsdale, AZ

HOTEL FLASHBACK: A SCOTTSDALE MAINSTAY’S RETRO REVAMP
By Mary Beth Klatt

When we think about the year 1956, there are a few things that come to mind that truly capture the zeitgeist: Elvis Presley’s “Heartbreak Hotel” entered the music charts, Norma Jeane Mortenson became Marilyn Monroe, and the Hotel Valley Ho opened.

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Mid Century Moderne round up: Disney World and More

Butterfly House, 1957

Here’s this week’s round-up of Mid Century Modern homes and related news around the country.

 

The Mid Century Moderne Weekly: A Round Up

1955 home, Michigan City, Indiana

This is a weekly round-up of all things Mid Century Modern in the news. Houses that have been renovated, demolished. Interesting news about furnishings, the real deal or reproductions. Occasionally related articles that I’ve written (I specialize in writing about historic preservation and architecture).

Here’s the first round-up of news in no particular order:

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