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Seagram Museum

Interesting facts

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Seagram Museum Top # 7 Facts

Construction

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Seagram Building (1958) - Mies van der Rohe

By drone

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S.C. Valastro 16mm Film roll, NYC, Lever House 1953

Inside

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C I G I,Seagram museum final week , Waterloo

Movie appearance

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Seagram's Wild Berry Vodka Cooler - "Wild Thing" ad

The Seagram Museum was a museum in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, preserving the heritage of the once venerable Canadian distillery Seagram. Located at 57 Erb Street West, it operated from May 1984 to March 1997. Designed by architect Barton Myers, it was built at a cost of $4.75 million and its entrance was a renovated late-19th century rack warehouse from the Seagram plant. It had a variety of exhibits illustrating everyday life in the liquor distillery in the late 19th and early 20th century.
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