The Greenbrier's 2020 History Calendar

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The Greenbrier's 2020 History Calendar features images of the famous Greenbrier Resort and it's well known visitors. Celebrating over 100 years of history at America's Resort. Each month includes 8 historical pictures with a detailed decription, dates and names. Featuring:Iconic Greenbrier Ballrooms, Golf Courses and Landmarks; Presidents and Political Figures; Movie Stars, Celebrities and Royalty;  Pro Golfers and Pro Athletes

January features: A young girl from Grosspoint, MI visiting in 1931 and a visit from Lou Gehrig in 1932.

February features: Visits from Presidents - JFK, Richard Nixon, Ronald Regan, and Eisenhower

March features: Horses being brought to the Front Emntrance for carriage rides in 1913 and other estate pictures during the time The Greenbrier opened in 1913.

April features: The Balmain Fashion Show in 1950 and the North Parlor redesigned by Dorothy Draper in the late 1940s.

May features: Bob Hope in 1953, Conde Nast, publisher of Vogue and Vanity Fair magazine in 1933 and other celebrities visiting The Greenbrier.

June features: Sam Snead fishing on Howard's Creek in 1950 and Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher on their honeymoon in 1955.

July features: A cosume Ball in the Cameo Ballroom in the 1930's and Army soldiers during WWII when the hotel was Ashford General Hospital.

August features: Princess Grace, Prince Rainier, Carolyn and Albert during their visit in 1963 and Classic Dorothy Draper decor from 1956.

September Features: The Duke and Dutchess of Windsor in 1950, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Ben Hogan and Bill Campbell WV Amateur winner.

October features: The Upper Lobby when The Greenbrier reopened in 1948, the indoor pool in the 1940s, and the front desk in the 1950s.

November features: Walter Hagen and Gene Sarazen playing golf in 1927 and the Front Gate in the 1920s.

December features: A photo used for The Greenbrier Christmas card in the late 1040s and children playing in the Toy Store in the 1950s.



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