Think all of the Oscars are in Los Angeles? Think again. There are two on public display right here in New York City. According to the NYPL's blog, two Oscars can be found in the Billy Rose Theatre Division at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. "The Oscars belonged to actors Burl Ives and Paul Muni—Muni won his for Best Actor in 1937’s The Story of Louis Pasteur and Ives won in 1959 for Best Supporting Actor in The Big Country. Both were donated by the families of the actors.

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