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Indians come in to trade and visit many interesting types.

D. Z. Courts. Under Mr. and Mrs. D. Zelinsky. Offer ten modern
cottages, set in tropical garden. Best of food and an atmosphere of home
comfort. Try a D. Z. Special drink. Drive through Main St. about % of a
mile, stop at gate, honk horn. I like the Zelinsky's. So will you.

Rogers, Sol, and Pemex Courts also offer overnight cottages with moderate

From here, next morning, you start up into the beautiful mountain country.
Ask about fog conditions. Allow not less than seven hours for drive to
Mexico City. Next one hundred miles have stretches with many curves.
All turns are well banked and have guard rails or walls in most places.




JACALA. .59.9 Mi. Total 598.

Small mountain town. Tom Simpson Courts. Jose Tamborrel has Amer
can Cafe. Good coffee.

ZIMAPAM. 42 Mi.. Total 640.

TASQUILLO. 22.6 ML Total 662.8.
Two small mountain towns. Gas and oil.

IXMIQUILPAN. 11.7 Mi. Total 674.5.

Highway misses town proper, which is one of the oldest in this section
and is highly interesting. Mr. H. R. Dobbs has a truly modern service
station, cafe and fine store with large stock of local made baskets and
general Mexican made goods. Good food is served. Stop, get out, and stretc
Meet Mr. Dobbs, say hello for me. Only 100 Mi. left to Mexico Ci
General open, rolling country with but one grade.





A new, divided, four-lane highway has just been opened to within a mile of
City Center. If this is your first visit, get a guide at Police Station who
will for a small sum take you quickly and directly to your selected hotel
and save you much worry and confusion. DO NOT CHANGE YOUR HOTEL

MEXICO CITY. 99 ML Total 764.

Price range of hotel rms. will vary with class of hotel selected. There
are 20 Class A hotels, 6 Class AA, and 15 or more Class B, which means
here, small, clean, and less expensive.

Hotel: Reforma. The city's most modern and finest. 250 modernist
rms., all WB.. many suites and combinations. Large DR., coffee shop, cocktail
bar, and the night club. Faultless service in all departments under the
direction of Tony Peres. I highly recommend the Reforma if you wish the
best at all times.

Hotel: Regis. 320 rms. A most comfortable, semi-commercial hotel
six blocks from downtown section. Rates reasonable. Has Turkish baths,
plunge, and massage department. Manuel C. Meza, Manager.

Hotel: Geneve. 450 rms. Large and spacious. Grand lobby and lounge
houses all departments under one roof. The best of service at all times.
Ask for Mr. Salvador Mariscal, Assistant Manager.

Hotel: Majestic. 100 rms. Right downtown, facing Cathedral and
Zocalo. About three years old, very nice, lovely tile work, comfortable rms.
Door auto service, etc.

Hotel: Imperial. 110 rms. One of the older, but comfortable at a lesser
charge. On Reforma Blvd.

Gran Hotel: Colisio. 150 rms. Just off the main st. on Bolivar, No.
28. An excellent place for a reasonable rate and close to most places.

Shirley Courts. 60 units. Mr. James Shirley is an old timer, American,
and will make you most comfortable. His place is well known and uni-
versally liked.

Los Angeles Courts. About three miles from City Center at 786 Avenida
Insurgentes. Modern and well managed.

The above listed places are picked at random and offered for your refer-
ence. When in Mexico City I suggest that you ask about Licensed Guides
at the place you stay. A guide will show you a great deal and save you
time and money during your visit.




According to your time allowance I suggest that you plan trips to the
following towns. Your hotel manager or guide will give you the local in-

TAXCO. 100 ML All paved.

The town beautiful. Built on a hill in a niost charming setting. You
plan one day's stay and linger for three. Get a boy guide to show the selected
hotel, as streets are narrow and hard to locate. Read your guide book,
There are four outstanding hotels. I recommend all of them; you makt
your choice.

Hotel: La Borda. Newest in construction, set on a hill facing the old
town. Most beautiful view. Large, modern bdrms. DR., cafe, and bar
Mexican management, Mr. Ramon Urzua.

Rancho Telva. Operated by Wells Fargo Express Company, which as
sures you of par excellence in management, service, and foods.

Hotel Taxqueno. A very old mansion made modern through the ef
forts of Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherland, operators, who make you comfortable
feed you well, show every consideration.

Hotel: Los Arcos (The Arches). Operated by Mr. and Mrs. W. T

Harrison, who offer real Virginia hospitality and cooking. Another old, ok
mansion remodelled for your modern comfort.

The town of Taxco is known for its silversmithing and tin sheet-meta

ACAPULCO. 175 Mi. from Taxco.

Old China Road of Romance to the Pacific Ocean, over which pack trains
carried much foreign trade goods to Mexico City in the old days. Highway
Department plans to have dust oil coat laid within the 1940 year. Beautifu
bay in tropical setting.

El Mirador Hotel. 36 units. All modern, mostly individual cottages
perched 150 feet above the rocky shore line. Breezes all the time. Verj
good food, served in open-air DR., roofed. Carlos Barnard, the Don of tin
place, looks after your every comfort.

Hotel: Las Flamingos. 25 units. Mrs. Spencer Anderson manages this
very excellent American plan cottage hotel. Also on the bluffs overlooking
the Pacific, close to beach. Will re-open 1940 season, repaired and re
modelled in every department. Class AA in all respects.

Good luck to you all. Cordially, TOM R. WILSON.

// the present (Dec. 1939) rate of exchange continues you will
experience the pleasure of receiving about six Mexican pesos in
exchange for each American dollar.




Hotel: La Marina. New, modernistic, both in architecture and furnishings.
Beautiful location. 45 rms. For 2, A. 32 Pesos up. E. 16 Pesos up. Small
dogs P.


Hotel: Bella Vista. On Central Plaza. Just an average hotel, said to
be the best downtown one for tourists. This is a resort town and the more
famous ones are out of the business district.

Hotel: Borda. Formerly the summer home and palace of Carlotta and
Maximillian. Over 300 yrs. old. Beautiful gardens. Exceptionally clean.

ENSENADA, BAJA CALIF. 81 Mi. S. of San Diego.

A sleepy, typical Mexican town. Being what is called a "free port," prices
on many articles are low.

Hotel: Playa Ensenada. If one should deliberately try to build the most
beautiful hotel his imagination could conceive, he might end up with some-
thing like this one. Over 150 antique pieces were imported from Spain,
Cuba and the interior of Mexico, which include gates, grilles, railings, doors.
Anyone as near as San Diego should take the beautiful drive down here. A.
for 2, $18.00 to $26.00. E. $9.00 to $17.00. Special mid-week rates in


Hotel: Ruiz Galindo. Secluded setting. Spotlessly clean. New and
modern. Tropical gardens. Swimming pool. 60 guests. All rms. WB. A.
2WB 28 Pesos up. FPark. Pets P.


Hotel: Garcia Crespo. High-class, restful. One of the finest in Mexico.
Beautiful gardens. 200 guests. Splendid rms., all WB. A. 2WB 32 Pesos
up. FPark. No pets.

GUAYMAS, SONORA. 265 Mi. S. of Nogales.

Hotel: Playa de Cortes. Open Nov. 1 to July 31. One of the fine resort
hotels with about every comfort and luxury you could wish. About 30 rms.,
all WB. A. 2WB $16.00 to $18.00.

Bungalows: Miramar Beach. First-class, attractive, and recommended.
E. For 2, (U. S. money) $1.50 up. FPark. Small pets P.


Hotel: Posada Xalapa. Formerly the residence of the governor of the
State. For a time operated by Wells Fargo. Now under management of
Mr. and Mrs. Bensel. Not a modern hotel but a comfortable inn. Clean,
attractive and fine hospitality.


Hotel: Belmar. A well-liked hotel. 80 rms., all WB. E. 2WB 8 Pesos
up. Gar. 1 Peso. Pets P.

MEXICO CITY. (See also Mr. Tom R. Wilsons recommendations on page

Hotels: Carlton. 100 rms., all WB. Well-liked by many of my readers.
E. 2WB 10 Pesos up.



MEXICO CITY (continued)

Escargot. An exclusive resort hotel situated in residential section. Luxuri-
ously furnished bungalows, all WB. 125 guests. Meals. E. 2WB 15 Pesos
up. FPark.

Guest House: Sita Magda Beguerrisse. Avenida Yucatan 49. A beauti-
ful home with delightful atmosphere. 10 min. from center of city. 15
guests. Meals. E. 2WB .$5.00 (U. S.). FPark.


Motor Courts: California. New and modern. Many like them better
than some of the hotels. 150 guests. Kitchenettes. E. 2WB 8 Pesos up.
FPark. Pets P.

MORELIA. 767 ML W. of Mexico City.

Guest House: Mrs. Catilina Simmons. Quinta Catalina. One of tl
magnificent old homes, which due to loss of wealth is now open to tourist
About $3.00 for 2. Owned by American woman. Reservations desired.


Hotel: de France. Here the grandees of Mexico City welcomed Maxi-
milian and Carlotta. The hotel still belongs to the same family, and while ol(
it has been well kept up. Private baths have been added to many of the rms
50 rms. E. For 2, 6 Pesos up.


Hotel: Colonial. Said to be the best in town. Excellent. 100 rms.
WB. E. 2WB 12 Pesos up.


Hotel: Arizpe. Small, having only 27 rms., all WB. E. 2WB 12 Pe<


People from the North are susceptible to dysentery and should be
careful about eating uncooked food, raw milk, raw water or other
items that carry bacilli.



Flower: Apple Blossom. Nickname: Wolverine State.

Population: 4,783,000. Area: 57,480 sq. mi. Max speed: Rea-
sonable and proper. Reciprocity: 90 days. Gas Tax: State
3c. Federal Ic. Total 4c.

ALLEN, MICH. (Texaco R-8) 13 Mi. E. of Coldwater.

112 Motor Court: Green Top Cabins. Open May to Nov. Good, especially
for the East. 10 cottages, many WB. Clean and comfortable. E. 2NB $1.50.
2WB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

ANN ARBOR, MICH. Pop. 27,200. (Texaco Q-ll) 45 Mi. S.W. of Detroit.
12 & 23 University of Michigan.

Guest House: Mrs. Dillman. 716 W. Huron St. Comfortable accommo-
dations in steam heated home. 3 rms. E. 2NB $2.00 to $2.50. FPark. No

Guest House: Shadylawn. 2486 Whitmore Lake Rd. % Mi. N. on 23.
Attractive and pleasant grounds surround this modern home. Quiet. Steam
heat. 3 rms. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. No pets.

BATTLE CREEK, MICH. Pop. 44,000. (Texaco Q-7) 42 Mi. W. of Jack-

12 Sanitarium. Well-known for corn flakes and such things.

Hotel: The Hart. Van Buren and Washington. Near the Sanitarium a
little way from the heart of town. Fireproof. 100 rms., all WB. E. 2WB
$4.00 to $5.00. FPark. Pets P.

BAY CITY, MICH. Pop. 47,500. (Texaco M-10) 45 Mi. N.W. of Flint.
23 Hunting and fishing. Beet sugar. Near State Park.

Hotel: Wenonah. Overlooking Saginaw River. A rambling bldg. of
200 rms., 150 WB. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

Motor Court: Green Gables. 3 Mi. N. Open April 1 to Dec. 1. Patron-
ized mainly by fishermen. 10 neat cottages, some WB. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB
$3.00. FPark. Pets P.

BAY VIEW, MICH. ( Texaco G-8) 69 Mi. N.E-. of Traverse City.
31 Resort controlled by Methodist Church.

Hotel: Hilton. Open June 15 to Sept. 15. Nothing to get excited about,
but may be convenient to know of. 25 rms., 14 WB. A. 2NB $6.00. 2WB
$7.00 to $10.50. FPark. Pets P.



BLANEY PARK, MICH. (Texaco E-5) 23 ML N.E. of Manistique.
77 Beautiful all-year resort of 22,000 acres.

100 Mi. W. of Sault Ste. Marie.

Virtually at the top of Lake Michigan, 10 Mi. inland, where a land company
is developing a resort, cottages, tourist cabins, tennis court, golf, swimming
pool, and about everything else they can think of including an airport. All
kinds of accommodations running from E. 2ND in cottages around $1.50 to
$2.00, to A. 2WB in luxury about $15.00.

BOYNE CITY, MICH. Pop. 3,000. (Texaco H-8) 16 Mi. S.W. of Petoskey.
75 On Lake Charlevoix. Summer resort, with excellent fishing and bathing.

Hotel: Dillworth. Where you shed your good clothes and enjoy yourself.
Nothing fancy. 50 rms., 15 WB, 6CB. Steam heat. Meals. E. 2NB $2.50.
2WB $5.00. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Dillworth Lodge. On Horton Bay. Open June 15 to Sept.
15. Home-like resort for families desiring privacy. 14 rms. in main bldg.
and annex. A. 2NB $8.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

CHARLEVOIX, MICH. Pop. 3,000. (Texaco G-7) 51 Mi. N.E. of Traverse
31 Summer resort, especially for Chicago and Detroit people.

Hotels: Belvedere. Open June 27 to Sept. 10. Charlevoix Beach. Open
June 1 to Oct. 1. Two large and popular summer hotels, both operated on the
American plan and charging around $15.00 per day for 2 with bath. FPark.

Cottages: Bancroft. 1 Mi. N. Open May 15 to Oct. 1. In as much as
it seems the Board of Health listed this as the best in Mich., it should satisfy
you and me. 6 log cottages, all WB. E. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

COPPER HARBOR, MICH. (Texaco A-14) 45 Mi. N.E. of Hancock.

41 -Cottages: Kew Park. 34 pleasant cottages, many WB., available at the
Keeweenaw Golf Club. Fireplaces. Well furnished. E. 2NB $300 2WB
$6.00. FPark.

DEARBORN, MICH. Pop. 50,500. (Texaco Q-12) 7 Mi. W. of Detroit.
72 & 25 Don't fail to visit the Ford factory and Greenfield Village.

Hotel: Dearborn Inn. 20301 Oakwood Blvd. ACond. Built by Henry
Ford. Said to be the most expensively built hotel for its size in the country.
One of the most satisfactory hotels at which I have ever stayed. To expand
their guest rms., replicas of such famous houses as the Walt Whitman, Barbara
Frietchie, etc., have been built. One place where you get full return for money
expended. 135 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $7.50 up. A special inclusive rate
$12.50 per person from Saturday night dinner until after breakfast Monday.
Gar. 75c. No pets.

DETROIT, MICH. Pop. 1,750,500. (Texaco Q-13) 267 Mi. E. of Chicago.
12 & 25 75% of the automobiles in U. S. manufactured here.

Hotels: Book-Cadillac, Detroit Leland, and Statler. All are large
metropolitan hotels such as you associate with American cities. Rate 6 ; will
run for E. 2WB $4.00 up. Gar. 50c to $1.25.

Apt. Hotel: Whittier. 461 Burns Drive. Away from downtown congestion.
Hotel rms. and apts. 850 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $6.00 up. Gar. 75c.



DETROIT, MICH, (continued)

Apt. Hotel: Wardell. 5400 Woodward. Restricted clientele. Beautifully
and conveniently located, facing Art Center Park. About as fine as you could
desire. 650 rms., all WB. Many different arrangements. Kitchenettes. E.
2WB $5.00 up. FPark. Gar. 75c. No pets.

EAGLE HARBOR, MICH. (Texaco A-14) 33 Mi. N.E. of Hancock.
26 On Lake Superior. Fishing and vacation resort.

Hotel & Cottages: Lake Breeze. Open June 1 to Oct. 1. Comfort in
the wilderness. 20 rms. in main bldg. and 20 cottages. Many WB. A. 2WB
,|7.00 up. FPark.

ESCANABA, MICH. Pop. 15,000. (Texaco F-3) 52 Mi. N.E. of Menominee.
2 & 41 Nearby rivers have the greatest concentration of smelt to be found in
the Great Lake Region.

Hotel: Sherman. A small hotel which has been recently refurnished.
50 rms., 25 WB. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Motor Court: Blue Roof. Built in 1939. Not a bad place at all. Well-
kept. Clean. 40 guests. All rms. WB. E. 2WB $2.00 to $3.00. FPark.
Pets P.

GANGES, MICH. (Texaco P-5) 14 Mi. N. of South Haven.

31 Guest House : Shantiniketan. % Mi. N. of town. Res. required. Spacious.
Old-time brick home with a few rms. available to guests. Quiet and refined.
Recommended. E. 2NB $2.00 to $2.50. FPark.

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. Pop. 168,800. (Texaco O-6) 61 Mi. N.W. of

16 & 131 Fine park system. Furniture Museum.

Hotel: Morton. Once again we have a typical American city hotel. 400
rms., all WB. E. 2WB $4.00 up. Park. 50c.

HARBOR SPRINGS, MICH. Pop. 1,500. (Texaco G-8) 6 Mi. N.fT. of

Bay View.

Summer resort on Lake Michigan.

Lodges & Cottages: Krude Kraft. At Blisswood. Open June 15 to Oct.
15. This pleasant resort has 9 rms. simple and comfortable. No rms.
WB. A. 2NB $7.00. FPark. Pets P.

HOLLAND, MICH. Pop. 15,200. (Texaco P-5) 28 Mi. S.W. of Grand Rapids.
31 Center of bulb-growing district. Colorful fiesta, "Tulip Time," in May.

Hotel: Warm Friend Tavern. Lives up to its name. 135 rms., all WT
and 100 WB. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

HULBERT, MICH. (Texaco D-7) 45 Mi. W. of Sault Ste. Marie.
28 Up in the North country near Tahquamenon Falls.

Hotel: Tahquamenon. Typical vacation resort in the Northland. No
swank but comfortable. 17 rms., 8 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $1.75. 2WB $2.75.
FPark. Pets P.



IRON MOUNTAIN, MICH. Pop. 12,200 (Texaco E-l) 300 Mi. N. of Chicago.
2 & 141 Derives name from mountain of iron ore within its limits.

Hotel: Dickinson. 101 W. B St. A satisfactory hotel of 75 rms., many
WB. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.50. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

ISHPEMING, MICH. Pop. 9,500. (Texaco C-l) 19 Mi. W. of Marquette.
41 Up on the Peninsula. Lakes, streams, forests.

Hotel: Mather Inn. Probably the best in upper Mich. Certainly nothing
wrong about this spot. 80 rms., 42 WB, 12 WT. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00.
2WT $4.00. 2WB $4.50. FPark. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

JACKSON, MICH. Pop. 58,000. (Texaco Q-9) 73 Mi. W. of Detroit.
12 & 127 Industrial city.

Hotel: Hayes. 228 W. Michigan Ave. The usual expected city hotel of
10 stories. Well managed. Gives you American comforts. 200 rms., all WB.
E. 2WB $4.00 up. Gar. 50c. Park. 25c. Pets P.

Motor Court: Hi Speed. % Mi. E. of city, on US 12. Similar to many
of the better ones that have been developed in the mid-west. 6 cottages, all
WB. Steam heat. Meals. E. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

KALAMAZOO, MICH. Pop. 72,000. (Texaco Q-6) 150 Mi. N.E. of Chicago.
12 & 131 Famous for its celery. Paper manufacturing.

Hotel: Burdick. Recently remodeled. 250 rms., 200 WB. E. 2WB $4.00
to $5.00. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

KEWADIN, MICH. (Texaco H-7) 21 Mi. N. of Traverse City.

31 Inn: Torch Lake. 10 Mi. N. Open May to Oct. Restricted clientele.
Where you will be well taken care of and made welcome. 25 guests. No rms.
WB. A. 2NB $7.00. FPark. No pets.

LANSING, MICH. Pop. 84,000. (Texaco P-9) 84 Mi. NW. of Detroit.
16 & 27 State Capital. Home of the "Merry Oldsmobile.'

Hotel: Olds. First-class and very good. Considerable remodeling done
lately. Fine location. 400 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $5.00. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

MACKINAC ISLAND, MICH. Pop. 600. (Texaco E-9) Ferry from St.
Ignace or Mackinaw City.

27 & 31 No automobiles allowed on Island. Cars stored on mainland for 50c.
per day. 15 to 20 min. ferry time.

Hotel: Grand. Open June 25 to Sept. 8. Said to be largest summer hotel
in the world. Porches and halls 2 blocks long. 600 rms., many WB. A.
2NB $8.00. 2WB $9.00 up. Pets P.

MANISTIQUE, MICH. Pop. 5,500. (Texaco E-5) 57 ML N.E. of Escanaba.

2 Cottages: Blue Spruce Lodge. 1 Mi. E. on US 2. Fishing resort. 68
guests. Several log cabins, well constructed and well kept up. All with
cooking facilities. Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.



McMILLAN, MICH. Pop. 724. (Texaco D-6) 47 ML N.E. of Manistique.

28 Resort Lodge: Manakiki. On Manistique Lake. Open June 15 to Sept.
15. Restricted clientele. Another typical Mich, fishing resort. No "airs"
but a lot of comfort. 45 guests. No rms. WB. Some rms. WT. A. 2NB
$6.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

MUSKEGON, MICH. Pop. 69,876. (Texaco N-4) 38 ML N.W. of Grand
31 ^Lumber.

Hotel: Occidental. 395 W. Western Ave. Fireproof. 236 rms., mostly
WB. 15 apts. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00 up. Kitchenette apts. $5.00 up. Gar.
50c. Pets P.

Cottages: Scenic Lodge. 8 Mi. N. on US 31. Open May 25 to Sept.
25. 10 simple resort cottages. 5 WT. All with kitchenettes. E. 2NB $2.00
to $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

NORTHPORT, MICH. (Texaco H-6) 29 ML N. of Traverse City.
22 Largest fishing camp on the Great Lakes.

Resort Hotel: Cedar Lodge. 5 Mi. E. on Rt. 22. Open June 25 to
Sept. 15. Restricted clientele. One of those friendly, roomy Mich, resorts.
54 rms. in main bldg. and cottages. 3WB. Steam heat. A. 2NB $10.00 to
$13.00. FPark. No pets.

PENTWATER, MICH. Pop. 772. (Texaco L-4) 15 ML S. of Ludington.

31 Guest House: The Club. On Oceana Beach 1 Mi. W. Open July 1 to
Sept. 4. Restricted clientele. A homey resort catering to the better class of
traveler. 18 rms. in main bldg. and annex. 4 WB., 4 CB. A. 2NB $8.00.
2WB $10.00. Gar. 50c. No pets.

POINTE AUX BARQUES, MICH. (Texaco K-12) 125 ML N. of Detroit.

25 Resort Hotel: Pointe Aux Barques. 2 Mi. E. of Pt. Austin. Open May
28 to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele. On a lovely wooded tip of land -projecting
into Lake Huron, where, in a wilderness, you are provided with every comfort.
50 guests. Meals. E. 2NB $4.50. 2WB $5.50. FPark.

PONT.IAC, MICH. Pop. 65,000. (Texaco P-12) 35 Mi. S.E. of Flint.
10 General Motors Corp. has three large plants here.

Hotel: Waldron. This small, clean hotel will be convenient when you
pick up your new car. 100 rms., all WB or WT. Steam heat. Meals. E.
2WT $2.50. 2WB $3.50 to $4.00. Park 15c. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

PORT HURON, MICH. Pop. 31,500. (Texaco O-14) 60 ML 'N.E. of

25 Hotel: Harrington. Old, clean, comfortable. Good beds. 150 guests.
Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WT $3.00. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

Resort Hotel: Gratiot Inn. Open from June 1 to Labor Day. Restricted
clientele. Features "all colored help" brought from winter hotel in Orlando.
Beautiful beach. Everything as it should be. 115 rms., 50 WB. A. 2NB
$12.00. 2WB $14.00. FPark. Pets P.



PORT HURON, MICH, (continued)

Guest House: Parmlee. 1103 Pine Grove Avc. 25 guests accommodated
in large rms. of old home. Kept in fine condition. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark.
Pets P.

REED CITY, MICH. Pop. 1,793. (Texaco L-6) 62 Mi. E. of Ludington.

10 & 131 Guest House: Culp. 422 S. Chestnut. Everything immaculate, in
this neat, white frame house. 5 rms. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

ST. CLAIR, MICH. Pop. 3,500. (Texaco O-14) 12 Mi. S. of Port Huron.

29 Inn: St. Clair. Fireproof. Rambling English Tudor architecture, over-
looking St. Clair River. Fine grounds. Fishing, golf, etc. 50 rms., 35 WB.
Meals. E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB $5.50 to $7.00. FPark. Pets P.

ST. IGNACE, MICH. Pop. 2,300. (Texaco E-8) 53 Mi. S. of Sault Ste.
2 & 31 Ferry to Mackinac Island.

Guest House: Forest Grove. 1V 2 Mi. S. on State St. Open May to Oct.
Old fashioned but modernized. High ceilings. 25 guests. No meals. E.
2NB $2.00. 2WB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

ST. JOSEPH, MICH. Pop. 9,200. (Texaco R-4) 90 Mi. N.E. of Chicago.
12 & 31 Benton Harbor and St. Joseph are almost one city. Health resort.

Hotel: Whitcomb Springs. A resort hotel that strives to keep up to the
minute. 250 rms., 225 WB. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Motor Court: Grande Vista. 6 Mi. S. of St. Joseph. Where the House
of David "went to town" building an auto court. Classy. 75 cottages, all
WB. Meals. E. 2WB $3.00. FGar. Pets P.

SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH. Pop. 16,000. (Texaco C-9) 300 Mi. W. of
Callander, Ont.
2 Where the boats go through in a steady procession.

Motor Court: Welch's. 33 cottages. E. 2NB $1.50. 2WB $2.00. FPai
Pets P.


SOUTH HAVEN, MICH. Pop. 5,200. (Texaco Q-5) 67 Mi. N.E. of

Michigan City.
31- -Summer resort.

Cottages: Hilltop Tavern. 6 Mi. N. Open May 15 to Oct. 1. Restrictec

clientele. Rather nice, friendly place to quit for the night. Main lodge

and 21 cottages. 16 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets

TRAVERSE CITY, MICH. Pop. 12,600. (Texaco l-6> 256 Mi. N.W. of
31- - National Cherry FestivalJuly.

Hotel: Park Place. Well known and well liked. Automatic fire syste
150 rms. in main bldg. and annex. Many WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00.
$4.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Guest House: Mahaney's. 416 6th St. Quiet, comfortable and well
erated. 4 rms. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark.



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UNION PIER, MICH. (Texaco S-4) 14 ML N.E. of Michigan City.

12- -Guest House: Juliet W. Cameron. Home and 14 cottages available to
guests. E. ' 2NB $2.00 up. FPark.

WALLOON LAKE, MICH. (Texaco G-8) 9 ML S. of Petoskey.

75 Resort Hotel: Thomas House. Open June 25 to Sept. 20. Restricted
clientele. Old, maybe not up to the minute with modern furnishings, but
clean and comfortable. Popular. 50 rms. in main bldg. -and cottages. 20
WB. A. 2NB $11.00. 2WB $14.00. FPark.

WEQUETONSING, MICH. (Texaco G-8) 1 ML E. of Harbor Springs.

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