New York, New York: Nikola Tesla Died Here Team Field Report

305 W. 34th St., New York, NY
Plaque mounted on the outside wall of The New Yorker hotel. On the north side of W. 34th St., about a hundred feet west of 8th Ave. and the Tick-Tock Diner on the corner.
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Nikola Tesla Died Here

See the building where the greatest genius of modern times -- or maybe just a crackpot -- lived and died. You can still rent his room! Report... [12/07/2009]

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Tesla Room plaque.

Nikola Tesla Died Here

There are plaques on the doors of Tesla's room and study -- rooms that can still be rented.

[Jody High, 10/27/2016]

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