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Zinzendorf Hotel Interior

Zinzendorf Hotel Interior

This photograph shows the interior of the Zinzendorf Hotel. The Zinzendorf Hotel, located at 235-239 Main Street in Winston, was built in 1906 and torn down in 1970.

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  1. Watching a recent tv review from WRAL in Raleigh of the original Zinzendorf Hotel fire Thanksgiving day, I recalled having a room key. My key however I think is to the second Zinzendorf Hotel demolished in 1970.The key fob is embossed with ZINZENDORF HOTEL 233 N Main St Winston Salem NC with ‘Drop in any mailbox’ on the bottom. 525 is “stamped” into the fob. A Corbin skeleton key is attached with a heavy duty ring. Would there be many around you think? I’m originally from Winston where my grandparents sold the first land to Holiday Inn for their first Winston Hotel downtown.

  2. I have one of those Zinzendorf Hotel keys and key fob just like the one described by Mr. McBride. Different room number I think. I found mine at the Union Bus Station just before it was torn down in 1972.

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