Belmont the Beautiful ...and Men Who Keep It So, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-16


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Upper left — Historic Manice Mansion, home of the Turf and Field Club, built about 175 years ago. Here Louis Phillipe of France spent part of his exile in this country. Upper right — Stairway from paddock to clubhouse dining terrace, showing magnificent wrought iron work. Lower left — Alex Robb, secretary-treasurer of Westchester Racing Association. Lower right — Cornelius Boyle, track superintendent. Lower center — Reflecting pool and fountain at clubhouse entrance. Belmont the Beautiful . . . and Men Who Keep It So

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