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The HBO Holiday Windows. In Manhattan. A point of view ... on TV.
The HBO Building is located between 42nd Street and 43rd Street on Avenue of the Americas ( 6th Avenue )
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The HBO Holiday Windows. On the outside looking in.
Photographs by The Photographer ... Kenneth Rumments.
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Main Issue
Journey on some of The Sights - the sites - around town. In a Manhattan way. At top is the Lord &
Taylor Department Store at 39th Street and Fifth Avenue in New York City. Below is a view of the
front of Bloomingdale's Department Store and the holiday windows at 59th and Lexington Avenue.

Sights
Around Town
Main
Photographs
by
Ken
Rumments
insert photo:

people
waiting to
see the
Holiday
Windows

by
Jeffery
Grossman
New York City. On 6th Avenue at 50th Street ... across the street from Radio City Music Hall.
"A Penny for the Truth. 2 Cents for a Heart." Now ... throw a Penny into the Fountain. Make a Wish.
The Cat in the Hat and The Grinch Who
Stole Christmas
Rockefeller Center Skating Rink. With no one
on it. At 49th and 50th Streets at Fifth Avenue.
The Fountain at Bryant Park. And the Ice Skating Rink. Behind the 42nd Street Library.
At 41st Street and Avenue of the Americas -- (also known as " 6th Avenue." )
When you live your life and you think commitments you make are "just words" and you can disregard them
whenever you want
Life will teach you. WORDS DO HAVE MEANING. Life may even send you a Sign. See.
When you are walking
around Manhattan you
will be amazed at what
you might see. You
may not see one Santa
Clause here and there.
You may see a bunch
of them. And they may
have Elves with them
too. Almost ...
anything is
possible.
Above: The 42nd Street
Library. Fifth Avenue.
Between 40th Street
and 42nd Street

"The Splendor
of The Word."
Photographs
on page by
Ken Rumments
Say something. Happy Holidays. Wishing you the very best. Ho Ho Ho ...
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