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Bed & Breakfast Sticker (Bumper)
Featuring Listed American Artist EJ Gold's color photographs of Nevada City, California
 
Church Sticker (Bumper)
Featuring Listed American Artist EJ Gold's color photographs of Nevada City, California
 
Cedar Bar 2 a.m. Sticker (Bumper)
The Cedar Bar on University Place in New York City was the hangout for the 1950's New York School, members of which were Jackson Pollock, Franz Kline, Willem deKooning and EJ Gold.
 
Old Greenwich Village Sticker (Bumper)
Old Greenwich Village in New York City was the stomping ground for the Beat Poets, the New York School Artists and the Avante Garde of the New Age, which included Jackson Pollock, Kline, deKooning, G
 
Village Playhouse Sticker (Bumper)
The Village Playhouse was a venue for folk music, theatre and comedy. Performers of the day included Dave van Ronk, Judy Henske, Woody Allen, Carol Hunter and EJ Gold.
 
Lyric Theatre Sticker (Bumper)
The Lyric Theatre in the Bowery dated back to the days of silent films, and was by the 1950s used as a crash pad for the homeless, who slept through many showings of films.
 
16 Gay Street Sticker (Bumper)
16 Gay Street, one of many beautiful Georgian brownstones, was the home of EJ Gold's friend, Gene Falk; for over a century it had been an African-American neighborhood.
 
Village Hardware Sticker (Bumper)
EJ Gold and classmates attending Downtown Community School in New York City walked past the East Village Hardware Store on 3rd Avenue. Items were strewn on the pavement almost to the curb.
 
Cedar Booths Sticker (Bumper)
The back area of the Old Cedar Bar on University Place looked like this; when Jackson Pollock was at the bar, artists did not dare discuss art. Village People came in to ask "Where's the Party?"
 
Cedar Sunday Sticker (Bumper)
Cedar Bar Sunday. Due to Blue Laws, Artists and poets such as Jackson Pollock, Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning and EJ Gold waited outside until 4 p.m.
 


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