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Marlborough Blenheim Hotel, Atlantic City

The Marlborough-Blenheim Hotel was a historic resort hotel property in Atlantic City, New Jersey, built in 1902-1906, and demolished in October of 1978.Created by: PICRYLDated: 2016
Blenheim Hotel, Ohio Avenue & Boardwalk, Atlantic City, Atlantic County, NJ
The Marlborough-Blenheim Hotel was a historic resort hotel property in Atlantic City, New Jersey, built in 1902-1906, and demolished in October of 1978. "Blenheim" refers to Blenheim Palace in England, the ancestral home of Sir Winston Churchill, a grandson of the Duke of Marlborough. Upon completion in 1906, it became the largest reinforced concrete building in the world. The Marlborough-Blehnheim resort enjoyed gothic parlors full of arches, grand domed dining room and auditorium, halls of colonnades, and an abundance of hexagonally stacked fireplaces.
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Bwalk. showing front of Blenheim Hotel, Atlantic City, N.J., 1911 / The Geo. A. McKeague Co., Atlantic City, N.J.

Bwalk. showing front of Blenheim Hotel, Atlantic City, N.J., 1911 / Th...

Crowd on boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey. J154634a U.S. Copyright Office.