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“The Boutonnières of Mr. Untermyer” – The New Yorker (May 18, 1940)

This is the last post on Mr. Samuel Untermyer, who was one of the first people to own (what is now) The Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn in California. In the article by The New Yorker, which was written after … Continue reading

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“Profiles: Little Giant-2” – The New Yorker (May, 1930)

In the first of two articles that profile one of the first owners of The Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn, the author, Alva Johnston, introduced us to Samuel Untermyer. In the second article, she continues to familiarize us with the … Continue reading

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“Profiles: Little Giant-1” – The New Yorker (May, 1930)

One of the unique aspects of The Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn is the fascinating people that have owned it. One of the first owners of (the now luxury hotel in Palm Springs) The Willows, Samuel Untermyer, was a famous … Continue reading

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“Facing the Worst” – The New Yorker (May 14, 1927)

William Mead built The Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn in the mid 1920s. When he passed away unexpectedly at the end of the 1920s, his wife Nella decided to sell The Willows. The purchaser was Samuel Untermyer, a legendary New … Continue reading

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