November 1961
New Yorker;11/11/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 39, p43
The author relates the incidents that occurred during the New York Ball in New York City in November 1961 held in honor of another ball for Prince Edward of Wales in 1861. More than 3000 people attended the ball. In the 1861 event, a portion of the dance floor had collapsed causing about two hundred dancers to stumble including New York Governor Edwin D. Morgan. The Museum of the City of New York is the beneficiary of the event.


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