Another undated, unidentified article. This one is probably from around 1928.
by Alex Sullivan
WALTER GALLAGHER BACK
Everyone is glad to see Walter Gallagher, handsome son of the famous Billy, back on the job as manager of the Monte Carlo. Walter, who was a great athlete in his day, had been on a sic-months’ trip around the country.
“There’s only one Broadway — and one New York,” says Walter.
“I’ve been in Atlantic City, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, St. Louis, Frisco, Los Angeles, Hollywood, and many other high spots in the country — and just as Americans say about the United States as a whole when they return from tours abroad I say about trips throughout our country — away from New York. The fellow who wrote the song, ‘When you leave New York, you’re only camping out,’ sure hit the nail on the head.”
John L. Sullivan