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Tea for Two
By Charles McNamara The concierge, Earl Wattenberg, greeted Randolph Carter and showed him to a table in the elegant Tea Room of the Brown Palace Hotel. The ornate Tea Room was illuminated by a kaleidoscope of light from the stained-glass atrium eight stories above them. Wattenberg thought Carter’s cowboyish gait was at odds with his Brooks Brothers