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90 Residential suburb.

Motor Court: Blue Horseshoe Apts. 3M> Mi. E. of Huey Long Bridge.
This was being built last fall and looked attractive. You might stop and
look it over. No guarantee.

MONROE, LA. Pop. 26,500. (Texaco C-7) 79 Mi. W. of Vicksburg.
80 & 165 On banks of the Ouachita River. Fisherman's paradise.

Hotel: Frances. Jackson and Harrison. Modern and first-class, offering
every city-service. 250 rms., all WB. Meals. E. 2WB $3.50 to $4.00. FPark.
Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Hotel: Virginia. A lovely hotel with a beautiful roof garden. Center for
the social life of this city. Nicely furnished. Many gadgets. 165 rms., all
WB. Meals. E. SWB $2.50 up. 2WB $3.50 up. Park. 25c. Gar. 50c.
Pets P.

NEW IBERIA, LA. Pop. 14,000. (Texaco K-7) 126 Mi. W. of Neiv Orleans.
90 An old home, "The Shadows," one of the show places of the South.

Hotel: Frederic. One of those places that come in handy to know about.
100 rms., many WB. Meals. E. 2WB $3.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

NEW ORLEANS, LA. Pop. 500,250. Alt. 5'. (Texaco J-12) 110 Mi. N.
of Gulf of Mexico.

51, 61 & 90 One of the most distinctive cities of America. The New Orleans
City Guide of the American Guide Series is recommended to anyone inter-
ested. Travel Bureaus: Gulf Tourgide Bureau, Maison Blanche Bldg., and Esso
Touring Service, 2134 St. Charles Ave.

Hotel: Roosevelt. ACond. Home of the Ramos' Gin Fizz, regaling which,
some of my friends seem to get no further. A fine, satisfactory hotel in every-
way. 700 rms., all WB. E. SWB $4.00. 2WB $6.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Apt.-Hotel: Pontchartrain Apts. 2031 St. Charles Ave. Many people
visiting this city desire accommodations away from the downtown district.
This fine hotel of 200 rms. should be what they desire. Dinettes, kitchenettes,
frigidaires. Meals. E. 2WB $5.00 up. Gar. 50c.



NEW ORLEANS, LA. (continued)

Guest House: Corinne Dunbar. 1716 St. Charles Ave. Restricted
clientele. Res. necessary. I hope you will have the privilege and pleasure
of stopping with Mrs. Dunbar, in this beautiful, old home. There are only
two large rms. with twin beds, baths, and porches available. Rms. furnished
with antiques. Refinement and quiet. E. 2WB inc. breakfast $4.50.

Guest House: Magnolia Haven. 4730 St. Charles Ave. In the best
residential district. This is an old-time southern mansion, the grounds,
covering almost a city block. Immense oaks and magnolias. Azaleas and
tropical plants. Res. desired. 11 rms., some CB. E. 2CB $2.50. 2NB $2.00.
FPark. Pets P.

Motor Court: Hollywood. 6 Mi. E. on US 90. ACool. One of the besl !
here. 22 units, all WB. Many kitchenettes. E. 2WB $2.50 up. FGar.
Pets P.

Motor Court: Paradise. 5% Mi. E. of city. 21 insulated concrete and]
stucco cottages of 2 rms. each, set well back from the hwy. If under same
management as this last winter, highly recommended, for these people cer-
tainly do keep the place in fine condition. Free ice, evening paper, and
maid service. No kitchens. Gas heat. E. 2WB $2.00 to $3.00. FPark. Pet&

Note: Courts are well filled most of the year, and at Mardi
Gras time everything is packed.

SHREVEPORT, LA. Pop. 110,000. (Texaco C-2) 30 Mi. W. of Minden.
71 & 80 Center of great oil and gas producing area.

Hotel: Washington- Youree. Travis St. A fine and beautiful hotel
for any city. Distinctive rms. and service. 450 rms., mostly WB. E. 2NB-
$3.00. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Motor Court: Palomar. 3 Mi. W. on US 80. Modern. About 3 yrs. old.
Large clean rms., all WB. Ceiling fans and phones in each cottage. E. 2WB
$2.50 up. FPark. Pets P.



Flower: Pine Cone. Nickname: Pine Tree State.

Population: 853,000. Area: 29,895 sq. mi. Max. speed: 35.
Reciprocity: Yes. Gas Tax: State 4c. Federal Ic. Total 5c.

Note on Maine: Although termed "camps," the ones in Maine
are not of the type often associated with that term. Many
of them offer as de luxe accommodations as are found in the finest
hotels. During June, July, and August travel is at its height.
Many places are filled with guests staying a week or longer.
In case of doubt, telegraph, telephone, or write, and make sure
that accommodations may be had. It is assumed that where
Pets are P., it applies to small and well-trained ones only
and owners will be responsible for any damage.

AUGUSTA, ME. Pop. 18,200. (Socony E-10) 30 Mi. N.E. of Lewiston.
201 State Capital. 25 lakes near Ausgusta.

Hotel: Augusta House. Built way back in 1832. In 1939 over $75,000
has been spent modernizing and renovating. It is a pleasure to stay at old
well-operated hotels such as this. 200 rms., 175 WB. Fireplaces in some.
E. 2WB $5.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: River Breeze. Riverside Drive. 4 Mi. N. Open May to
Nov. 4 clean rms. in 2 cottages. None WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00.
FPark. Pets P.

BAILEY ISLAND, ME. (Socony E-12) 17 Mi. S. of Brunsivick.

24 Inn: The Homestead. Open June 25 to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele. An
old-fashioned Maine farmhouse with annex. 50 guests. No rms. WB. Meals.
E. 2NB $2.00 to $3.00. FPark. No pets.

BANGOR, ME. Pop. 28,749. (Socony H-9) 126 Mi. N.E. of Portland.
1 & 2 Gateway to the Maritime provinces and resorts.

Hotel: Bangor House. 174 Main St. Old-fashioned hospitality, rms.,
lobby, etc. with every modern comfort. Not an inch of chronium nor glitter.
200 rms., 100 WB. E. 2WB $5.00. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

Hotel: Penobscot Exchange. 139 Exchange St. Specialists in "Ye Olde
Inns" consider this an item. Same family management since 1895. Clean as
that well-known whistle. 150 rms., 75 WB. E. 2NB $3.50. 2WB $4.50.
Gar. 50c. Pets P.

BAR HARBOR, ME. Pop. 4,500. (Socony K-10) 46 Mi. S.E. of Bangor.
& 1- -Seal Harbor and Northeast Harbor are only a few miles away, all on
the same island. This is a well-known and fashionable resort, most of the
hotels of the high-priced American Plan variety. At Bar Harbor there are
the Belmont and the Malvern. At Northeast Harbor, the Kimball and the
Rock End. At Seal Harbor, the Seaside Inn. At Southwest Harbor, the Clare-
mont. All these open late in June and close soon after Labor Day. All are
American Plan and will lighten your pocketbook from $12 per day up for 2.



BAR HARBOR, ME. (continued)

Guest House: Elmhurst Cottage. 40 Holland Ave. Summer months-
only. A small, pleasant home caring for a few guests. E. For 2, $2.00 to
$3.00. FPark.

Guest House: The Hamor Cottage. 74 Mt. Desert St. Open May 1 to
Oct. 30. Restricted clientele. An old New England home centrally located.
Clean. 11 rms. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00 to $3.00. FPark. Small dogs P.

Guest House: Haysmere. 18 Prospect Ave. Open June 15 to Sept. 15.
Restricted clientele. Miss Diana Hayes, the harpist, is the charming hostess
here. 18 guests. Rms. are large, airy, and well furnished. Bkfst. E. 2NB
$3.00 to $4.00. FPark. No pets.

Guest Houses: Rocklyn and Rockbrook. On Eden St. Open June 1
to Oct. Restricted clientele. Operated by Mrs. Higginbotham. Starting
small, this lady has pleased so many guests, that she now has a total of
23 rms., 7 private baths, 4 public baths, at the disposal of her guests. Fire-
places and spacious parlors. Possibly Bkfst. E. For 2, $2.00 to $6.00.

Guest House: Toy Cottage. Stephens Lane, in The Field. Open
June to Oct. Restricted clientele. This is almost on the water, and has a
beautiful view. 4 guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

BATH, ME. Pop. 9,110. (Socony E-12) 55 Mi. S.W. of Rockland.
1 Many fine old homes. Ship building.

Guest House: The Red House. 138 Lincoln St. Alt. Rt. 1. The place
has about 100 acres. The house is old New England. Rambling, but with
modern conveniences. The Misses Annie and Miriam Kimball welcome you
to their family home. 14 guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00 to $2.50. FPark.
Small pets P.

BELFAST, ME. Pop. 5,000. (Socony H-10) 35 Mi. S. of Bangor.
1 Guest House: Bay View Farm. 2 Mi. N. on US 1. Open Apr. 15 to Nov.
15. Restricted clientele. Farm life at its best. Modern conveniences. 20
guests. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. A. For 2, $6.00. FPark. Small dogs P.

Guest House: Wild Briar Inn. 2 Mi. S. on US 1. A typical, small
Maine home, accepting 6 guests. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. No pets.

BELGRADE LAKES, ME. (Socony E-10) 18 Mi. N. of Augusta.
27- -There are six lakes in the Belgrade chain. Excellent fishing.

Cottages: Pinehurst. Open May 1 to Oct. 1. Ownership of Mrs.
Farnham. All through Maine you will find cottages such as these which
are comfortable and pleasing. Don't expect the service and facilities cf
high-priced resorts. 5 cottages, nestling by the lake. No meals. E. 2ND
$2.50 up. FPark.

BETHEL, ME. Pop. 2,025. (Socony C-10) 70 Mi. N.PT. of Portland.
26 Inn: Bethel. Restricted clientele. One of those fine small inns, which are
mighty pleasant places to stay. This has 75 rms., 42 WB. A. 2NB $11.00
2WB $14.00. Also ModA. FPark. Gar. $1.00. Pets P.

BIDDEFORD, ME. Pop. 17,900. (Socony C-13) 16 Mi. S.W. of Portland.
1 The Maine coast is studded with summer resorts like this one.

Hotel: Ocean View. Open June 24 to Labor Day. Restricted clientele.
75 rms., many WB. A. For 2, $9.00 to $15.00. Gar. 75c.



BOOTHBAY, ME. Pop. 2,076. (Socony F-12) 33 Mi. S.E. of Bath.

27- Inn: Spruce Point. Open June 20 to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele.
Near the end of a wooded peninsula, in an 80 acre reservation at the water's
edge. 90 guests, in main house and cottages. A. 2NB $10.00. 2WB $12.00.
ModA. $7.00 to $10.00. FPark. Gar. 75c.

Inn: Sprucewold Lodge. Open July 1 to Labor Day. Restricted clien-
tele. In woodland setting. Built entirely of logs. Several small cottages.
Some kitchenettes. 40 rms., all WB. A. 2WB $10.00 up. FPark.

BRIDGEWATER, ME. Pop. 1,235. (Socony L-4) 21 Mi. N. of Houlton.

1 Guest House: Maple Crest. A new, modern and spotless farm home for
10 guests. ModA. 2NB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

BRIDGTON, ME. Pop. 2,649. (Socony C-ll) 42 Mi. N.W. of Portland.

302 Inn: Christmas Tree. Restricted clientele. Main, bldg., and 24 camps
stretched along the shore of Highland Lake. Simply furnished in maple.
Some kitchenettes. 20 rms., WB. Prices vary with season. For 2, $4.00 up.
FPark. Gar. 50c.

BRUNSWICK, ME. Pop. 7,604. (Socony E-12) 8 Mi. W. of Bath.

1 & 201 Bowdoin College. Here Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote "Uncle Tom's
Cabin." A beautiful town, but for that matter, there are many beautiful
towns all through this state.

Hotel: Eagle. A small, comfortable, well-managed hotel of 50 rms., 25
WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

CALAIS, ME. Pop. 5,484. (Socony N-8) 100 Mi. N.E. of Bangor.
1 The only city in the state on the Canadian border.

Guest House: Two Acre Inn. 293 Main St. % Mi. W. Recently opened
to guests by Mr. Allen, its owner. 10 rms., 30 guests. Bkfst. E. 2NB
$2.00 to $3.00. FPark. Small dogs permitted.

CAMDEN, ME. Pop. 3,606. (Socony G-ll) 18 Mi. S. of Belfast.

1 Inn: Whitehall. Open June 15 to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele. A fine
example of the best New England inns. Spacious porches, large living rms.,
and finely furnished guest rms. 50 rms., many WB. A. In summer for 2,
$10.00 up. Early and late E. for 2, $5.00 to $6.00. Gar. 75c.

Guest House: Four Maples. 20 Union St. Open May 1 to Oct. 15.
So named for the maple trees in front of home. 12 guests. No meals. E;
2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

CAPE ELIZABETH, ME. Pop. 2,376. (Socony D-12) 4 Mi. S. of Portland.

Guest House: Rockhill Inn. (P. 0. Cape Cottage). Open May 1 to
Jan. 1. Restricted clientele. A pleasant, select place in vacation land. Simple,
quiet. 5 rms. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark.

CASCO, ME. Pop. 800. (Socony C-ll) 40 Mi. N.W. of Portland.

121 - Guest House: Overlook Farm. Restricted clientele. On Thompson's
Lake in the heart of the Sebago Lake region. Just country comfort, with
cordial hospitality. A. For 2, $7.00. FPark.



CASTINE, ME. Pop. 726. (Socony H-10) 40 Mi. S. of Bangor.

176 Inn: Baron Castine. Open June to Oct. Restricted clientele. This is
the old Castine Inn which has been renovated throughout and is now under
management of Miss Velma Young. It has 24 rms., 6WB. A bit on the
homey order. A. 2NB $7.00. 2WB $9.00. Also ModA. FPark. Pets P.

CENTRE LOVELL, ME. (Socony B-ll) 14 ML N.E. of Fryeburg.

5 Sporting Lodge: Brown's Camps. % Mi. W. on Lake Kezar. Open May
1 to Oct. 1. Restricted clientele. Young people who have the privilege of
knowing these Maine "Camps" retain happy memories throughout their lives.
This is a place without formality, yet having creature comforts. 10 rms. in
central lodge and 23 cottages, all WB. A. 2WB $12.00 to $14.00. FPark.

CHAMBERLAIN, ME. (Socony F-12) 69 Mi. E. of Portland.

32 Cottages: Camp Chequers. Open June 15 to Oct. 15. Restricted clien-
tele. Until recently, a private home. Now has accommodations for 12 guests
in 3 guest cottages. A. 2NB $8.00. FPark. Pets P.

CHINA, ME. Pop. 1,164. (Socony F-10) 8 Mi. S.E. of Waterville.

202 Cottages: Cole's. Open June 10 to Sept. 15. 10 neat but not fancy cabins.
All WB. Dining rm. and lounge in main bldg. E. 2WB $2.00 to $4.00.
FPark. Pets P.

CHRISTMAS COVE, ME. Pop. 25. (Socony F-12) 65 Mi. N.E. of Portland.
129 So named by Captain John Smith when he brought his ship to anchor here
on Christmas Day, 1614.

Hotel: Holly Inn. Open June 25 to Labor Day. Restricted clientele.
On a high elevation overlooking the water. A typical New England summer
hotel of 90 rms., having a fine reputation. A. For 2, $12.00 up. FPark.
Pets P.

DENNYSVILLE, ME. Pop. 443. (Socony N-9) 90 Mi. N.E. of Ellsworth.

1 Inn: Allan House. Small place. Popular since horse and buggy days. A.
For 2, $7.00. FPark. Pets P.

EAST SEBAGO, ME. (Socony C-12) 28 Mi. N.W. of Portland.

1 14 Hotel-Cottages : West Shore. Open May 15 to Sept. 10. Restricted
clientele. Excellent accommodations. You would never expect to find a
place like this in the pine woods and on the lake. 150 guests, in main bldg.
and cottages. A. For 2, $13.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

ELLSWORTH, ME. Pop. 3,557. (Socony J-10) 28 Mi. S.E. of Bangor.

1 Guest House: The Burrills. 24 High St. A tree-shaded Colonial home
with large porches. 8 rms. No meals. E. 2NB $2.50. FPark.

Guest House: Higgins. Main and Oak St. Open May 1 to Nov. 1.
"The house with the gold awnings." 18 guests. All rms. with twin beds.
No meals. E. 2NB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

FRIENDSHIP, ME. Pop. 742. (Socony G-ll) 16 Mi. S.tT. of Rockland.

220 Guest House: Mayflower Inn. On Martin Point. Open June to Oct.
Restricted clientele. A charming, unspoiled seaport town, where you will
find this artistic, small inn of 30 rms. Pleasantly furnished in colonial manner.
A. 2NB $8.00. 2WB $10.00. Also ModA. FPark.



GLENCOVE, ME. (Socony G-ll) 3 Mi. N. of Rockland.

1 Guest House & Cottages: Humphrey's. Open May to Oct. 6 simple cot-
tages and 3 rms. in farmhouse. On a hill overlooking the bay. No rms.
WB. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

HALLOWELL, ME. Pop. 2,675. (Socony E-10) 2 Mi. S. of Augusta.

1201 Hotel: Worster. Popular "town type" hotel of 50 rms., 12 WB. Meals.
E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

HANOVER, ME. (Socony C-10) 11 ML W. of Rumford.

i 2 Guest House & Cottages: Sunflower Inn. Open June 20 to Sept. 25.
Simple and plain accommodations for 22 guests in main house and 4 cottages.
Meals. E. 2NB $2.00 to $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

HOLLIS CENTER, ME. Pop. 1,034. (Socony C-13) 20 Mi. S.W. of Port-

202 Guest House: Cookie Corner. Open May 1 to Dec. 1. Between her own
home and annex, Mrs. Pierce has 9 guest rms. You will be comfortable,
and leave regretfully. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

HOULTON, ME. Pop. 6,900. (Socony L-5) 115 Mi. N.E. of Bangor.
;1 & 2 When you come in from the Gaspe trip via Van Buren and you reach
Houlton, you had better stop right there, unless you go on to Bangor.

Hotel: Northland. Excellent and first-class. Charmingly furnished.
Quiet. 50 rms, all WB. Meals. E. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: The Black Hawk. 22 North St. Restricted clientele.
The oldest house in the city. 4 large, airy guest rms. Nicely furnished.
Fine hospitality by the Adams. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00 to $2.50. FPark.
Pets P.

HULLS COVE, ME. (Socony K-10) 18 Mi. S.E. of Ellsworth.

3 Cottages: Dreamwood. 3 Mi. N. of Bar Harbor. Open May 1 to Oct. 15.
Not magnificent, but pleasant and satisfactory. 3 cottages, 15 rms., all WB.
No meals. E. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

KENNEBUNK, ME. Pop. 3,302. (Socony C-13) 7 Mi. S.W. of Biddeford.
1 Notable for its fine elms.

Guest House: The Green Leaf. On Summer St. Open summer months.
Spacious, modern, New England home. E. For 2, $2,50. FPark.

Guest House: Mrs. W. T. Webber's. 47 Grove St. The remarkable
fact is that many of these homes are beautiful and one stores away memories
of pleasant stop-overs and association. 15 guests. No meals. E. 2NB
$2.00 to $3.00. FPark. No pets.

Guest House: "The Willard." 67 Summer St. Open May 30 to Oct. 1.
Restricted clientele. Still another pleasant home that welcomes 10 guests.
Bkfst. E. 2NB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

KENNEBUNKPORT, ME. Pop. 1,284. (Socony C-13) 12 Mi. S. of Bidde-
9A A little off US 1. The summer home of Booth Tarkington.

Hotel: Arlington. Open June 20 to Sept. 10. Much like many other
shore resort hotels. Large porches. Vacation atmosphere. 80 guests. From
E. 2NB $4.00. to A. 2WB $10.00. Also Mod A. Gar. 50c. Pets P.



KENNEBUNKPORT, ME. (continued)

Hotel : Old Fort Inn. Open June 15 to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele. Fii
location and high-class. 150 rms., 120 WB. A. 2NB $12.00. 2WB $14.(
Also ModA. Gar. $1.00.

KITTERY, ME. Pop. 5,000. (Socony B-14) 2 Mi. N. of Portsmouth.
7 U. S. Navy Yard.

Summer Cottages: Adams. Open Apr. 1 to Nov. 30. 14 simple, frame
hldgs., set back from the road. Fireplaces. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB
$3.00. FPark. Pets P.

Summer Cottages: Chesley's State of Maine. Open Apr. 15 to Nov. 1.
Of the type commonly known in the East as "Overnight Cabins." Clean
and you sleep well. 11 cottages. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00.
FPark. Pets P.

Lincoln, ME. Pop. 2,970. (Socony J-7) 50 Mi. N. of Bangor.

2 Hotel: Lincoln House. There is no air-conditioning. No fancy fixtures.
40 rms., only 3 WB. One of Ernie Pyle's favorites. The ladies can lea\e
their dinner gowns in the car. The men are going to have a great time
talking to Mr. Kelley. A. SNB $3.60. 2NB $6.50. FPark. Pets P.

LOVELL, ME. Pop. 645. (Socony B-ll) 55 Mi. S.W. of Rumford.

5 Summer Camp. Conifer. 2 Mi. N. on Lake Kezar. Open June 1 to Oct.
Restricted clientele. Since 1922, the management has built up a clientele of
congenial guests who enjoy informal atmosphere and Maine life. 60 guests.
A. For 2, $10.00. FPark. Small pets P.


MADISON, ME. Pop. 3,937. (Socony E-9) 11 Mi. W. of Skowhegan.

201 Guest House: Adams Lodge. 69 Old Point Ave. A modern home with
pleasant piazza, lawns, flower gardens, shade trees. 5 corner rms. Quiet and
clean. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

NEWAGEN, ME. (Socony -12) 18 Mi. S. of Wiscasset.

27 Inn: Newagen. Open June to Oct. Restricted clientele. An unusual
place owned and operated by Mr. Brooks who bought the site originally to
save the 300 acres of spruce. It is an inn and cottages and has about 100
rms. in all. Secluded, but easily accessible. A. 2NB $11.00. 2WB $14.00.
FPark. Pets P.

NEWCASTLE, ME. Pop. 914. (Socony F-ll) 17 Mi. N.E. of Bath.

1 Guest House: Lincoln Terrace. Restricted clientele. Large, typical Maine
home of refinement and beauty. On a hill among the trees. 50 guests. Meals.
E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $2.50 to $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

NEW HARBOR, ME. (Socony F-12) 33 Mi. S.W. of Rockland.

32 Summer Hotel: Gosnold Arms. Open June 15 to Sept. 15. Restricted
clientele. A picturesque hotel, on a famous old harbor, in a region still
unspoiled. 30 rms. Some rms. WB. A. For 2, $8.00 to $10.00. FPark.



OGUNQUIT, ME. (Socony C-14) 17 Mi. S.W. of Biddeford.
-Artist Colony. Beautiful coast.

Hotels: The Beachmere. (Open May 19 to Oct. 20.) Small inn of 21
rms. Lookout. (Open June 15 to Sept. 15.) 80 rms., 45 WB. Famous for
30 yrs. Sparhawk Hall. (Open June 25 to Sept. 8). Old and well-known.
Big verandas. 160 rms., 80 WB. All three of these are first-class and fine and
have restricted clientele. A. For 2, $12.00 up. FPark.

Guest House: Holiday House. Open May to Nov. Restricted clientele.
A quiet, colonial home accommodating 23 guests. E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB
$5.00. FPark.

Cottages: Stair's. Open May 15 to Oct. 1. 23 simple New England type
cabins. Clean and comfortable within, many WT. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00.
2WT $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

PARIS, ME. Pop. 3,761. (Socony C-10) 27 ML N.W. of Auburn.

26- -Guest House: The Mallow. On Paris Hill. Restricted clientele. Until
recently Mrs. Hubbard ran the Hubbard House, but I understand she is now
operating only this small, lovely, Colonial guest house. Set in large grounds,
peaceful, quiet. 7 rms., 4 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. FPark.

PLEASANT ISLAND, ME. (Socony B-8) 9 Mi. W. of Rangeley.

4 Cottages: Pleasant Island Lodge. Open May 20 to Dec. 1. Restricted
clientele. 20 small, well-maintained log cottages grouped around a main lodge.
Popular resort. All rms. WB. A. 2WB $8.00 to $13.00. FPark. Pets P.

PORTLAND, ME. Pop. 70,900. (Socony D-12) 106 Mi. N.E. of Boston.

1 & 302 Hotels: Congress, Eastland. These are connecting hotels under
the same management, having 741 rms., practically all WB. They offer you
excellent accommodations. E. Prices run from SNB $1.50 to SWB $3.00,
and 2WB $4.50 to $6.00. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

Guest House: Kenwood. (Mrs. Frank B. Fish.) 5 Mi. E. on Falmouth
Foreside Rd. A typical, large Maine home snugly set among the trees.
Furnished with antiques. 8 rms. No meals. E. For 2, $2.00 to $4.00. FPark.
Small dogs P.

PROUT'S NECK, ME. (Socony D-13) 13 Mi. S. of Portland.

207 Hotel: Black Point Inn. Open June 20 to Sept. 20. Restricted clientele.
One of the most distinctive places along the coast. Dignified background and
surroundings. Rms. in main bldg. and beautiful cottages, all WB. 125 guests.
A. 2WB $16.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

RANGELEY (AND RANGELEY LAKES), ME. Pop. 1,472. Alt. 1,545'.
(Socony C-8) 82 Mi. N.W. of Augusta.

4 & 16- Fishing and hunting. Famous vacation spot. When I was a boy, I
took such outings in a tent, and fought mosquitos. Today we travel over
hard-surfaced roads and enjoy cottages with electric lights, baths, and all the

Camps: Badger's Dodge Pond. Open May 1 to Nov. 1. (15 cottages.)
Mingo Springs. Open June 25 to Sept. 15. (150 guests.)
North Camp. Open June 1 to Oct. (12 cottages, all WB.)
Saddleback. Open May to Nov. (13 cottages.)




True's. Open May 1 to Oct. 1. (25 guests.) All restricted clientele.
All of these are first-class, even luxurious. Many cabins are WB. Some fire
places, others with Franklin stoves. In season you will have to make reserva
tions. Call Rangeley operator. A. For 2, $8.00 to $14.00. FPark. Pets P
at some.

RAYMOND, ME. Pop. 446. (Socony C-12) 21 ML N.VT. of Portland.
302 On beautiful Jordan Bay.

Lodge: Silversands. Open May 27 to Oct. 1. Restricted clientele. Fur
nished similar to a beautiful private home and conducted along the same
lines. 26 guests. All rms. WB. A. 2WB $14.00. (Higher in Aug.) FPark.

ROCKLAND, ME. Pop. 9,075. (Socony G-ll) 50 Mi. N.E. of Brunswick.
1 Fine harbor. Deep-sea fishing. Golf. Loafing, plain and fancy.

Hotel: Samoset. Open June to Sept. Restricted clientele. Another grand
resort-hotel that hands you everything on a silver platter. Popular with our
granddads, our fathers, and still going strong. 175 rms., 100 WB. A. For 2,
$14.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House & Cottages: Humphreys. Open May to Oct. 27 guests
who will find accommodations that are clean and comfortable but a great
contrast to the above listed hotel. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. No pets.

ROCKWOOD, ME. Pop. 315. (Socony F-6) 20 Mi. N.W. of Greenville.
15 On Moosehead Lake.

Summer Cottages: The Birches. Open May 1 to Nov. 1. 45 guests
in 12 cottages, all rms. WB. Newly constructed of peeled large logs. First-
class. A. 2WB $12.00. FPark. Pets P.

SACO, ME. Pop. 7,233. (Socony C-13) 14 Mi. S.W. of Portland.

7 Hotel: Cascade Lodge & Cabins. 3 Mi. N. Open April to Nov. 15. In
a 100-acre park. Swimming pool. 16 rms. in the main house and 34 cabins,
all WB. Meals. E. 2WB $3.50 to $4.50. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: The Manger. 3 Mi. N. on US 1. Open May 15 to Oct. 15.
Artistic and unusual. Thanks to the manager, I. H. Angell, you will enjoy

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