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Building Stories

Sometimes a place becomes a museum by accident. This takes a combination of history, people, luck, notoriety, and (of course) art. One of the best examples of this rare occurrence is the legendary Chelsea Hotel in New York City. Acclaimed author Fiona Davis writes novels about famous New York buildings. She recently wrote one about the Chelsea Hotel, so we checked in with her to talk about it. 

 
Hosted by Jeff Martinwith Philbrook Museum of Art and produced by Scott Gregory with Public Radio Tulsa.     
 

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