A century ago, pneumatic tube systems (for sending paperwork, cash, or small objects around a building) were fairly popular, but I can't think of any reason one would have been installed in what was essentially a hotel. In any case, those had tubes at least six inches in diameter.
Medical office buildings (Willoughby, Pittsfield, Garland, etc.) had centralized compressed air systems, which wou
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