Astor

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Astor may refer to:

People[edit]

Places[edit]

Buildings and locations[edit]

  • Astor Court, located in The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, is a re-creation of a Ming Dynasty-style, Chinese-garden courtyard.
  • Astor Court Building, an apartment building on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, built in 1916.
  • Astor Place (Manhattan), a place leading to Broadway in New York City
  • Astor Row, the name given to 130th Street between Fifth Avenue and Lenox in Harlem

Other uses[edit]

  • Astor Pictures, a New York-based motion picture releasing company
  • Astor Radio Corporation, an Australian consumer electronics manufacturer from 1926 onwards, which also owned the Astor Records label
  • Astor Records, an Australian recording company and recorded music distributor that operated from the 1960s to the early 1980s
  • Astor Trust Company, a New York-based financial trust that merged with Bankers Trust in 1917.
  • Astor National Bank, a New York-based bank that became the Astor Trust Company in 1907.
  • MS Astor (1981), a cruise ship that sailed under the name in 1981–1985 for Hadag Cruise Line and Safmarine
  • MS Astor, a cruise ship that sailed under the name in 1986–1987 for Marlan Corporation and 1995 onwards for Transocean Tours
  • SS Astor, a Panamania cargo ship in service 1955–70
  • ASTOR (disambiguation), a military acronym
  • Astor Care and Nursing Agency, Based in Woking England providing home care across surrey

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