Museum Without Walls
Postcard from the Garden of Allah
Postcard from the Garden of Allah

“Nothing interrupted the continual tumult that was life at the Garden of Allah. Now and then the men in white came with a van and took somebody away, or bankruptcy or divorce or even jail claimed a participant in its strictly unstately sarabands. Nobody paid any mind.”

– Columnist Lucius Beebe, a frequent Garden resident

With a slight rebranding – from Garden of Alla to Garden of Allah – new corporate management and a steady influx of highly paid writers, actors and musicians from the east, the Garden weathered the economic maelstrom in the early years of the Great Depression.

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