A portrait of Godfrey McCallister Sedgewick, misanthrope turned hotelier.
c.1910 When Godfrey McCallister Sedgewick opened his grand hotel, many people thought it strange that someone who detested people so thoroughly would open a business where so many were invited to come.
Where to Find It
In the Field: After Pappy Sargassi tears down the staircase to separate you from Egon, follow the remaining stairs upwards, and you should come face-to-face with Mr. Sedgewick's portrait.
At the Firehouse: The portrait is hanging on the wall above the uniform cabinets on the first floor.
The Portrait of G. Sedgewick currently is on display at Ray's Occult Books between the door and register.
- The Portrait of G. Sedgewick is visually inspired by the Portrait of Édouard Manet by Henri Fantin-Latour (1867).
- On Page 39 of Ghostbusters: The Video Game Official Game Guide, the second Ray's Occult Road Show block features the Portrait of G. Sedgewick. Ray writes it will look great in his store, Ray's Occult Books. 
- ↑ Bueno, Fernando (2009). Ghostbusters: The Video Game Official Game Guide, p. 39 (Realistic Version). Prima Games, Roseville CA USA, ISBN 2008930552.