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21 Club Lawn Jockey
Lawn-jockey

Origin

21 Club

Type

Cast Iron Lawn Jockey

Effects

Attracts popular and powerful people to any establishment

Downsides

Causes main feature to disappear

Activation

Placing outside a business

Collected by

Claudia Donovan and Steve Jinks

Section

Imhotep-218G

Aisle

21876-92843

Shelf

92843-45283

Date of Collection

March 27, 2012

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OriginEdit

The 21 Club is a restaurant and former speakeasy located at 21 West 52nd Street in New York City. During Prohibition, police were never able to charge the owners for illegally selling alcohol. They had installed a system of levers into the shelves that allowed bartenders to dump the illicit bottles directly into the sewer lines. The bar also had a secret wine cellar, accessible only by hidden door. Many celebrities and famed personalities valued the vault’s security and stored their private wine collections within it, including John F. Kennedy, Ernest Hemingway and Marilyn Monroe. The club also boasts having hosted almost every president since Franklin Roosevelt. One of the most prominent features of the club itself is a row of painted cast iron lawn jockeys that grace the front entrance, gifted to the club by appreciative patrons.

EffectsEdit

Installing outside of any business, storefront or organization center will suddenly make it the most popular location in town. So popular in fact, that local figures and widely renowned celebrities will appear to experience the vibe of the place. The jockey has a penchant for changing racing colors whenever a person it becomes attached to walks past it. The only notable downside is that it causes the main attraction it is famed for to vanish without a trace until the statue is neutralized.

CollectionEdit

Collected from Ephrata, Washington in 2012 by Agents Donovan and Jinks.

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