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NEW YORY CITY, N. Y. (continued)

Hotel: Lafayette. 33 University PI. A small and very old French hotel
that maintains its old-world atmosphere and charm. E. WB, about $5.00.

Hotel: New Yorker. 34th St. at 8th Ave. This is probably the best-
known strictly commercial hotel in the city. It has 2,500 rms. E. 2WB
$6.00 to $10.00.

Hotel: Park Central. 55th at 7th Ave. This is a commercial hotel, aboul
12 yrs. old and therefore the rms. are larger than some of the newer hotels
where space is sacrificed. Rates in most cases include a parlor. E. 2W]
$5.00 to $8.00.

Hotel: Park Lane. 299 Park Ave. An excellent location on Park Avei
and one of the best hotels. E. 2WB $7.00 to $12.00.

Hotel: Pennsylvania. 7th Ave., 32nd and 33d Sts. Well-located, adjoining
the Pennsylvania Station and in the very heart of the main shopping district.
Large and attractive rms. E. 2WB $5.00 to $10.00.

Hotel: Pierre. 5th Ave. at 61st. Very swank, of course, and very fine in,
every respect. An excellent location overlooking Central Park. E. 2WB
$9.00 to $12.00.

Hotel: Prince George. 14 East 28th St. One of*the older hotels, quiet,
and well-liked. Moderately priced.

Hotel: St. Moritz. 50 Central Park, S. A truly continental-type hotel]
The location is ideal with practically all of the rms. overlooking Central Park.
Incomparable views of the city from the Sky Gardens. E. 2WB $5.00 to

Hotel: St. Regis. Fifth Ave. and 55th St. One of the finest hotels in NeJ
York. Not large but "ne plus ultra." Service and furnishings are luxurious.
E. 2WB, from $8.00.

Hotel: Vanderbilt. 34th and Park. Might be considered somewhat out of
the way, but for that very reason much more quiet than most. Old, but mighty
good and away from the "hot cha" boys.

Hotel: Waldorf Astoria. Park Ave., 49th to 50th Sts. The Waldorf,
because it is so huge, offers practically everything that a traveler might wi
Rms. are large and comfortable. E. 2WB, $10.00 to $12.00.

Hotel: Edgehill Inn. Restricted clientele. In Spuyten Duyvil at 2738
lington Ave., 10 Mi. N. of 42nd St. A small, quiet place accommodating 45
guests. Some prefer such inns as these rather than staying in the congestion
of the city. ModA. For 2, $6.50 to $9.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Hotel: Weylin. Madison Ave. & 54th. Centrally located and surprisingly
reasonably priced for what you get. Many guests live here the year around.
500 rms., all WB. Kitchenettes. Meals. E. 2WB $7.00 to $9.00. Gar,
$1.00. Pets P.




NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. Pop. 75,450. (Socony C-8) 23 Mi. N. of Buffa,
62 Hotel: Niagara. Community owned and operated. A typical metropolitan
hotel of the better class. 300 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $5.00 up. Gar. $1.
Pets P.

Inn: Red Coach. Small and attractive hotel of 50 rms., all WB. N
the falls. Meals. E. 2WB $5.00 up. Gar. $1.00.

Guest House: Wentz House. 562 3rd St. Those preferring accommo-
dations of this type will be well pleased here. 30 guests. Some rms. WB.
No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.



OLD FORGE, N. Y. Pop. 840. (Socony L-6) 50 ML N.E. of Utica.

pHotel & Cottages: Hollywood Hills. Open June 23 to Labor Day. Re-
stricted clientele. A luxurious mountain lodge, the newest hotel in the
\dirondacks and the largest log structure in the East. 50 rms., all WB. A.

; 2WB $14.00. Also ModA. FPark. Pets P.

Hotel & Cottages: The Mohawk. 8 Mi. N. on Rt. 28. Open June 15
to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele. One of the old and fine Adirondack
Mountain resorts where many guests spend the entire summer. 70 rms. in
main bldg. and cottages, many WB and CB. A. For 2, $10.00 to $16.00.
FPark. Pets P.

ONEIDA, N. Y. Pop. 10,500. (Socony K-8) 15 Mi. S.W. of Rome.
>~ Famed for the "Oneida Community."

Hotel: Oneida. Main St. and Lennox Ave. Nothing unusual, but a good
modern fireproof hotel. 56 rms., all WT, 30 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00.
2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

ORIENT (L. I.), N. Y. Pop. 700. (Shell 1-6) 100 Mi. E. of New York City.
' Those coming from New England will save much time and temper by taking
the New London Ferry to Orient Point, then Route 25 and the Northern State
Parkway direct to Flushing and the Fair.

Hotel: Mt. Pleasant. Open May 25 to Sept. 15. Management of W. H.
Charleston. Small hotel of 50 rms., 8 WB. Pleasant atmosphere and hos-
pitality. E. For 2, $3.50 up. A. For 2, $8.50 up. FPark. Pets P.

OTEGO, N. Y. (Socony L-ll) 14 Mi. S.W. of Oneonta.

-Guest House: Old Home (Mrs. Vina Fish). A white house with wide
porches greets you at journey's end. 8 rms. 20 guests. A. For 2, $6.00.
FPark. Pets P.

OTTER LAKE, N. Y. Pop. 1,200. Alt 1,650'. (Socony L-7) 42 Mi. N. of

-Hotel & Cottages: Otter Lake. Open May 30 to Oct. 15. Restricted
clientele. 24 rms., main bldg. and 4 cottages. Some kitchenettes. Not elabo-
rate facilities but clean and comfortable. E. 2NB $2.00. A. For 2, $7.00
up. FPark. Pets P.

Cottages: Light House. Open May 15 to Nov. 15. Restricted clientele.
19 cottages, 9 WB and some with kitchenettes. Screened porches and simple
furnishings. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

PALMYRA, N. Y. Pop. 2,600. (Socony G-9) 23 Mi. S.E. of Rochester.
- Home of the Mormons. Cumorah Hill near here.

Hotel: Eagle Inn. An old, old hotel in an old, old town. 15 rms. Not
especially recommended, but may come in handy to know about. Meals. E.
2NB $2.50. FPark.

PAWLING, N. Y. Pop. 1,204. (Socony 0-14) 13 Mi. N. of Brewster.
Inn: Quaker Hill. Open June 1 to Oct 1. Restricted clientele. One of
those small, attractive places that my readers are always glad to know about.
45 ouests. A. For 2, $8.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

PEEKSKILL, N. Y. Pop. 17,125. (Socony O-15) 43 Mi. N. of Neiv York

-Hotel: Forbush. Small, pleasant, and convenient. 25 rms., 12 WB. E. For
2. $-1.00 up. Gar. 50c.



PLATTSBURG, N. Y. Pop. 13,500. (Socony 0-2) 68 Mi. S. of Montr ec
9 Famous for "Plattsburg System" of training officers.

Hotel: Witherill. On Margaret St. Operated and owned by the Howell
family for over 50 yrs. Modernized and kept up-to-date. 100 rms., 80 WB.
Meals. E. 2NB $3.50. 2WB $4.00 up. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Pop. 43,000. (Socony 0-13) 75 ML N. of New>
York City.

44 I'll give Poughkeepsie credit for having a municipal free parking area.
Home of Vassar College.

Hotel: Nelson. A first-class hotel and one that I like. 110 rms.. all WB.
E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB $5.00. Higher rates and crowded during crew race
week in June. Gar. 75c.

RAY BROOK, N. Y. (Socony N-4) 6 Mi. W. of Lake Placid.
86 Between Lake Placid and Saranac.

Summer Cottages: Duprey's Log Cabins. Open Apr. to Nov. 35 log
cabins on Wolf Pond. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00-$3.00. 2WB $3.00-$4.00. FPark.
Pets P.

RHINEBECK, N. Y. Pop. 1,500. (Socony 0-12) 90 Mi. N. of New York

9 Hotel: Beekman Arms. "The Oldest Hotel in America." Let's simply say
that this is a mighty fine place, not only to stay but to visit. 40 rms., several
WB. Meals. E. 2WB $6.00. Gar. 50c.

RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N. Y. Pop. 1,500. (Socony L-9) 66 Mi. N.JF. of

20 Near Conadargo Lake. Not THE resort it was when a tour of Richfield and
Saratoga Springs was on every lady's budget. Still good, though.

Hotel: Bloomfield. Open June 15 to Labor Day. One of those big,
rambling, old-time summer hotels. 300 rms., Many WB. A. For 2. around
$10.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P,

Guest House: The Hillcrest. E. Main St. Open May 1 to Dec. 1. Start-
ing small, this house has had many additions. 15 guests. Bkfst. E. 2NB
$2.00. 2WB $3.50. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: "The Home" (Mrs. J. H. Weir). Another place that fur-
nishes pleasant rms. 16 guests. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

RIVERHEAD (L. I.), N. Y. Pop. 2,750. (Shell F-8) 75 ML E. of New York

25 Hotel: Henry Perkins. Popular stopping point in resort area. 75 rms.,
45 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.50. 2WB $5.00. FGar. Pets P.

ROCHESTER, N. Y. Pop. 350,000. (Socony F-8) 226 ML N.W. of Albany.
15 & 104 Eastman Kodak Co. Finest collection of lilacs in the world.

Hotel: Sagamore. Ill E. Avenue. Just about as fine as you could wish.
Fine management under Mr. Johnson. 400 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $5.00 up.
Park. 25c. No pets.



ROME, N. Y. Pop. 32,350. (Socony K-8) 15 ML N.W. of Utica.

5 & 49 Guest House: Traveler's Rest. 705 Floyd Ave. The usual com-
fortable guest house waiting for you. 15 guests. Bkfst. E. 2ND $2.00.
FPark. Pets P.

ROSENDALE, N. Y. Pop. 550. (Socony N-13) 4 ML S. of Kingston.

13 Inn: Valley. On Main St. Not magnificent, but one which should fit
in with your plans. 25 rms. 40 guests. A. 2NB $6.00. FPark. No pets.

ROUND LAKE, N. Y. (Socony O-9) 20 ML N. of Albany.

Cottages: Cleveland's. Nothing fancy. On 60-acre farm. Boats and
fishing. Rms. and cottages to take care of 50 guests. Several baths. 12
toilets. Meals. E. 2NB $2.0044.00. FPark. Pets P.

ST. HUBERTS, N. Y. (Socony 0-4) 23 ML E. of Lake Placid.

6 A Club: Ausable. Open July 15 to Labor Day. Restricted clientele. Ad-
vance res. required. Through the kindness of the directors, my readers may
obtain accommodations here. The small trouble necessary to write Mr. A. J.
Coughlan, manager, will be amply repaid by the pleasure you will have. A
unique and beautiful place at entrance to Adirondacks Mountain Reserve. Golf.
200 guests. A. For 2, $12.00 up. FPark. No pets.

SARANAC LAKE, N. Y. Pop. 8,100. Alt. 1,600'. (Socony N-4) 10 ML
N.W. of Lake Placid.

6 Known for its Trudeau Sanitarium, among other things. Winter sports.

Hotel: Saranac. A hotel of the city-type well run. 100 rms., all WB. E.
2WB $4.00-$5.00. Gar. $1.00. Small dogs P.

Inn: Saranac. Open June 15 to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele. On the
shores of Upper Saranac Lake. One of the finest resort hotels in the coun-
try. Golf, fishing, etc. Rms. in main bldg. and cottages. 700 guests. A.
For 2, $15.00 up. FPark.

Club: Bartlett Carry. Open Summer months. Restricted clientele. A
club to which cards are available at the office of Mr. L. G. Treadway, William*
Inn, Williamstown, Mass.

Summer Cottages: Lake-Flower. 1 Mi. E. Open June 1 to Oct. 15.
22 cottages, many WB. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00 up. 2 WB $3.00 up. FPark.
Pets P.

Guest House. The Mack Cottage. 18 Shepard Ave. A homey place for
travelers. 18 guests. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. Pop. 13,500. (Socony 0-8) 18 ML S. of
Glens Falls.

' New York State has spent millions on a Sanitarium here.

Hotels: Grand Union, United States. Summer only. These are worth
visiting as a matter of interest, covering as they do entire city blocks. I think
they are the only remaining types of the magnificence of the '70's and '80's. A.
Around $18.00.

Hotel: Gideon Putnam. Open May to Dec. Out at the reservation. A
very fine modern hotel of 90 rms., all WB. Incidentally, high-priced. A.
2WB $20.00. Gar. $1.00. No pets.



SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. (continued)

Guest House: Harriette Finch. 188 Caroline St. Open May to Nov;
Small, having but 5 rms. The water from the Springs has the same effect as
if you were staying at the above hotels. No meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB
$4.00. FPark.

Guest House: Wishing Well Lodge. 3 Mi. N. on US 9. Another place
for us modest folks. 5 rms., all CB. Meals. E. 2CB $4.00. FPark. Pets PJ

SCHENECTADY, N. Y. Pop. 96,100. (Socony 0-9) 15 Mi. N.W. of AU

5 & 7 Settled in 1661 by the Dutch. Home of Union College. General Elect

Hotel: Van Curler. State St. and Washington Ave. A fine hotel ii
fine location. 200 rms., 150 WB. E. For 2, $4.00 up. FPark. Gar. 75c.

SHERWOOD, N. Y. (Socony H-10) 14 Mi. S.W. of Auburn.

341 Guest House: Robin Hood Inn. This attractive home of refinement
is the kind to which you wish to return. Large rms., porches for sleeping and
"settin 5 ." 10 guests. Bkfst. E. 2NB $3.00-$4.00. FPark. No pets.

SILVER BAY, N. Y. (Socony 0-6) 6 Mi. S. of Hague.

9N Guest House: Spruce Mountain Lodge. Open May 15 to Oct. 15. Re-
stricted clientele. A farm house which started taking guests back in 1932,
and now finds itself doing nicely, thank you. 25 guests. A. 2NB $8.00 up.
FPark. Pets P.

SKANEATELES, N. Y. Pop. 1,800. (Socony H-9) 7 Mi. E. of Auburn. I
20 A most popular resort of the Finger Lake Region.

Inn: Kan-Ya-To. Open Apr. 1 to Nov. 1. Not magnificent, but mighty
comfortable. The rms. are large and the hospitality is fine. A place you will
enjoy. 40 rms., 20 WB. Meals. E. For 2, $3.0047.00. FPark. Gar. 50c.
Pets P.

Note on Guest Houses: There are many satisfactory and nice
guest homes in this city. For no other reason but. lack of
space, it is impossible for me to list more than a few. Undoubt-
edly, if the one you select is full, you will be recommended to
others fully as good.

Guest House: Eleanor May. 7 Onondaga St. Open Apr. to Oct. 6 n
11 guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $5.00. FGar. No pets.

Guest House: Evergreen Manor. 6 Onondaga St. 3 rms.. 6 eu<
Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.00. FPark. No pets.

Guest House: Long View Lodge. 50 Genesee St. 7 rms., 12 gue<
Bkfst. E. 2NB $3.00. 2CB $4.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark. No pets.

Guest House: Maple Villa. Genesee and Leitch Sts. 5 rms., 10
No meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.50. FPark.

Guest House: Village Edge. 117 E. Genesee St. 7 rms. No meals.
2NB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Wolcott. 27 E. Genesee St. 6 rms., 14 guests. No me*
E. 2NB $3.0044.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark. Pets P.



STAMFORD, N. Y. Pop. 1,200. Alt. 1,800'. (Socony M-ll) 65 ML N.W.
of Kingston.

f) Guest House: Dunraven. % Mi. N. on Rt. 10. This large and fine brick

home is well kept and has many returning guests. 4 rms., 9 guests. No
meals. E. 2NB $2.00-$2.50. FPark. Pets P.

STONE RIDGE, N. Y. (Socony N-13) 13 Mi. S. of Kingston.

99_Guest House: The Farm on the Hill. 4M> Mi. E. Restricted clientele.
Though this does not cater to over-night guests, preferring them to stay for 2
days to absorb the "atmosphere," I list it for it is unusual. Probably the best
advice is to visit here and undoubtedly you will stay at least that length of
time. Farm life and "grub" at its best. 12 guests. A. For 2, $6.00 up,
FPark. Pets P.

SYRACUSE, N. Y. Pop. 223,609. (Socony J-9) 140 Mi. N.W. of Albany.
I & 20 Syracuse Univ.

Hotel: Syracuse. Warren and E. Onondaga Sts. One of those fine, met-
ropolitan hotels where everything is as near perfection as the management
can make it. 600 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $5.00-$8.00. Gar. 75c.

THOUSAND ISLAND PARK, N. Y. (Socony J-4) 24 Mi. N. of Watertown.

80 Hotel: Geneva-by-the-River. Open May 30 to Sept. 15. Restricted clien-
tele. On Wellesley Island near International Bridge. Summer life at its
best. Informal. Pleasant associations. 34 rms., 12 WB. A. For 2, $8.00-
$12.00. FPark. Pets P.

THURMAN, N. Y. (Socony O-7) 15 Mi. N.W. of Lake George.

Lodge: Thurman. Turn off from US 9 at Warrensburg, go West to Athol
and follow direction signs to lodge. Open May 30 to Dec. 1. Restricted clien-
tele. Up in the unspoiled wilderness, where your host, Mr. McMahon, will
make you mighty comfortable and glad you took the trip. Wilderness life at
its best. 20 rms., 40 guests. A. 2NB $9.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

TICONDEROGA, N. Y. Pop. 5,200. (Socony 0-6) 100 Mi. N.E. of Albany.

& 22 If within a 100 miles of here, I urge you to take the trouble to see the
reconstructed fort. You will never regret it.

Guest House: The Tavern. 420 Montcalm St. Sunshiny and cheerful.
22 guests. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00-$4.00. FPark. Pets P.

TROY, N. Y. Pop. 72,763. (Socony 0-10) 150 Mi. N. of New York City.
The "shirt and collar" city. Home of Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.

Hotel: Hendrick Hudson. Modern, well-built, and satisfactory. Inter-
esting murals in Taproom. 165 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c.
Pets P.

TUPPER LAKE, N. Y. (Socony M-4) 96 Mi. N.W. of Lake George.

& 10 Motor Court: Raymond's. Open May 1 to Nov. 1. Nothing unusual
about these. The rms. in 6 cottages and main bldg. are the usual Adirondack
variety. Clean and comfortable. 72 guests. Meals. E. For 2, $2.00-$3.00.
FPark. Pets P.



UTICA, N. Y. Pop. 105,000. (Socony L-8) 94 Mi. N.W. of Albany.

5 & 12 Hotels: Martin (425 rms, all WB). Utica (350 rms., all WB). Both ;
metropolitan affairs furnishing expected service and guests rms. E. 2WBJ
$5.00. Gar. 75c.

Guest House: The Virginian. 1705 Genesee St. A charming home,j
attractively and well-furnished. 6 rms., 2WB. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00.1
2WB $3.50. FPark.

VALATIE, N. Y. Pop. 1,246. (Socony O-ll) 15 Mi. N. of Hudson.

9 Guest House: Rainbow's End. Open Mar. 1 to Dec. 1. 16 guests will find]
pleasure in this delightful place. 9 acres of ground. E. 2CB $3.00. FPark.
Small dogs P.

WARRENSBURG, N. Y. Pop. 2,000. (Socony 0-7) 6 Mi. N.JT. of Lake]
9 Boyhood home of Floyd Bennett.

Hotel: Colonial Arms. Messrs. Emerson and' Stockton are doing a fine!
job at this beautiful place. The whole set-up is what we travelers look for,
but many times are unable to find. 50 rms., many WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00-
$3.00. 2WB $4.00-$6.00. FPark. Small dogs P.

WATERTOWN, N. Y. Pop. 32,205. (Socony K-5) 70 Mi. N. of Syracuse.

11 Hotel: Woodruff. On Public Square. Established way back in 1851 but
through good management has kept up with the procession. 500 guests. E.
2NB $2.50. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

WATKINS GLEN, N. Y. Pop. 3,000. (Socony G-ll) 37 Mi. S. of Geneva.
14 & 414 State Park. Lake Seneca. Mineral Springs.

Hotel: Glen Springs. Summer months only. Overlooks the lake. Large
grove of pines. An old and typical summer resort. 150 rms., 100 WB. A.
2NB $12.00. FPark.

WAVERLY, N. Y. Pop. 5,662. (Socony H-12) 17 Mi. S.E. of Elmira.

220 & 309 Inn: Iron Kettle. Open May 1 to Oct. 15. On the side of
mountain, looking over the river. 15 rms. in main bldg. and cottages. 12 Wl
A place you will enjoy. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark.

Guest House: Jenkins. 202 Chemung St. Attractive place in the villaj
Pleasant grounds and atmosphere. 15 guests. Quiet and restful. Meals.
For 2, $2.00-$5.00. FPark. Pets P.

WESTFIELD, N. Y. Pop. 3,475. (Socony B-ll) 15 Mi. S.W. of Fredoni

20 Guest House: Davis. *4 Mi. E. Established last year by Mr. Davis. Has
attractive rms. for 8 guests. Set well back from the road on shady law
Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. FGar. No pets.

WESTHAMPTON BEACH (L. I.), N. Y. Pop. 1,000. (Shell L-3) 76
E. of New York City.

27 Hotel: Howell House. Open June to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele. Boat-
ing, fishing, sailing, golfing, tennis, sitting. One of those places where th
same guests return year after year. Simple and sane. 40 rms. A. For
$10.00-120.00. FPark. Gar. 75c.




WEST POINT, N. Y. Pop. 4,525. (Socony 0-14) 10 Mi. S. of Newburgh.
9 W Site of the U. S. Military Academy.

Hotel: Thayer-West Point. A magnificent hotel just inside of the south
entrance of the reservation, taking the place of the old and famous Thayer.
225 raw., all WT, 200 WB. E. 2WB $7.00. Gar. $1.00. No pets.

WEST WINFIELD, N. Y. (Socony L-9) 78 Mi. W. of Albany.

20 Guest House: Victoria Lodge. E. Main St. Mrs. Wickwire so pleases her
<mests that many of them drive extra miles to return. 10 rms. Clean and
attractive. Meals. E. 2WB $2.50-$3.00. FPark.

WILMINGTON, N. Y. Pop. 100. (Socony 0-4) 12 ML N.E. of Lake Placid.
86 At foot of Whiteface Highway to the Whiteface Mountain. (Toll charge.)

Hotel: Whiteface Mountain House. Open June to Oct. You might
class this as a small, pleasant hotel with old bldgs., old hospitality but modern
accommodations. 35 rms., 8 WB. A. 2NB $9.00. 2WB $11.00. FPark.

WYOMING, N. Y. (Socony E-9) 18 Mi. S. of Batavia.

19 Guest House: Village Inn. Leaving New York, I give you this old Post
Road Tavern. Furnished in fine antiques. Patronized largely by those wish-
ing only the best of so-called private service. Stop, even if you cannot stay.
8 rms. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. FPark.


Flower: Goldenrod. Nickname: Old North State.

Population: 3,457,000. Area: 48,740 sq. mi. Max speed: 45.
Reciprocity: Yes. Gas Tax: State 6c. Federal Ic. Total 7c.

ABERDEEN, N. C. Pop. 1,500. (Esso J-5) 77 Mi. S. of Durham.
1 & 15 Home of Walter Hines Page.

Guest House: Lantana. Large, dignified, finely constructed. 14 rms.,
9 WB. 35 guests. Steam heat. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $2.50.
FGar. Pets P.

ASHEVILLE, N. C. Pop. 53,300. Alt. 2,000'. (Esso D-4) 112 Mi. S.E.
of Knoxville.
25 & 70 One of the most popular resorts in the South.

Hotels: Battery Park. (220 rms., all WB.) George Vanderbilt. (172
rms., all WB.) Two first-class hotels. E. 2WB $5.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Hotel: Grove Park Inn. Sunset Mountain. One of the show places of
the country. To say that this is magnificent is to put it mildly. 138 rms.,
all WB. A. 2WB $15.00. Gar. $1.00.

Guest Houses: Marymont. 296 Montford Ave. (Restricted clientele. 14
guests.) The Mercedes. 90 Merrimon Ave. (10 guests.) The first is a
home with large grounds and gardens. A. 2NB $5.00 up. The second is
simple and pleasant. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. in both.



ASHEVILLE, N. C. (continued)

Guest Ranch: Bent Creek. 10 Mi. S.W. at edge of Pisgah National
Forest. Restricted clientele. In 1937, a deserted farm. Today, mighty fine.
22 guests in ranch house and cottages. A. 2NB $8.00. 2WB $9.00. FPark.

Cottages: Foster's. 5 Mi. N. (20 cottages, all WB.) The Pines. 6

Mi. N. (12 cottages, all WB.) Both of these house their guests in clean and
attractive log cabins. E. 2WB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

Motor Court: Sanders Court. 5 Mi. N. on US 25. Messrs. Adams and
Sanders, showing what they could do in Tennessee, came over here and built
these fine cottages for motorists. 76 guests. All rms. WB. Finely furnished.
Meals. E. 2WB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

BANNER ELK, N. C. Pop. 450. Alt. 4,000'. (Esso E-3) 6 Mi. E. of Elk
794 Outdoor sports, especially fishing.

Hotel: Pinnacle Inn. Open June 15 to Sept. 10. One of those beautiful
Carolina resorts where everything is done to make your stay pleasant. 80
rms. in main bldg. and 6 cottages. A. 2CB $8.00. 2WB $9.00. FPark. Pets

BLOWING ROCK, N. C. Pop. 500. Alt. 4,300'. (Esso E-3) 23 Mi. N.W.
of Lenoir.
221 & 321 One of the oldest resorts in the southern Appalachians.

Hotel: Mayview Manor. Restricted clientele. Open in summer months.
Automatic sprinkler system throughout. Magnificent location. Rustic in style.
240 guests. A. For 2, $12.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

BRYSON CITY, N. C. Pop. 1,900. Alt. 1,736'. (Esso B-4) 65 Mi. S.VT.
of Asheville.
19 Center of the eastern border of the Great Smoky Mountains.

Inn: Fryemont. Open April 1 to Nov. 1. A quiet, beautiful place. As
one guest says, "The view from the veranda is something." 65 rms., all
WB. A. 2WB $10.00. FPark. Pets P.

CASHIERS, N. C. Pop. 185. Alt. 3,524'. (Esso C-5) 58 ML S.W. of
64- - Summer resort in the midst of impressive scenery.

Hotel: High Hampton Inn. Open June 1 to Oct. 15. Restricted clientele.
One of the nicest in the South, where you are a guest, net a "client." 32
rms. in main bldg., 80 in cottages. Many WB. A. 2CB $11.00. 2WB $12.00.
FPark. Pets P.

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. Pop. 3,000. (Esso J-3) 12 ML S.W. of Durham.
15 & 501 Home of Univ. of North Carolina, the first state Univ. in America.

Inn: Carolina. Owned and operated by the University. Colonial in
type. Distinctly beautiful buildings and surroundings. 52 rms., all WB.
Meals. E. 2WB $5.00. Gar. 50c.

CHARLOTTE, N. C. Pop. 82,700. (Esso G-5) 109 ML N. of Columbia.

21 & 74 Hotel: Charlotte. Trade and Poplar Sts. Largest in North Carolina.
400 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $4.00 up. Gar. 50c. Pets P.



CHARLOTTE, N. C. (continued)

Guest House: Bayne. 700 E. Moorhead St. 22 guests. Also at 732
N. Tryon St. 16 guests. Comfortable clean homes with fine hospitality. No
meals. E. 2NB $2.00 to $2.50. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P. in some rms.

CHIMNEY ROCK, N. C. Pop. 209. Alt. 3,500'. (Esso D-4) 25 Mi. S.E.

of Asheville.
74 At the foot of the mountain on which is Chimney Rock.

Inn & Cottages: Cliff Dwellers. Open April J.5 to Oct. 15. Clinging to
side of old Chimney Rock, one wall of lounge is part of cliff. 10 Swiss type
cottages. All rms. WB. 38 guests. A. 2WB $9.00. FPark. Pets P.

DILLSBORO, N. C. Pop. 284. Alt. 1,985'. (Esso B-5) 52 Mi. S.W. of
19 & 23 Headquarters of talc and mica mining interests.

Hotel: Jarret Springs. The kind of an inn where you know the "boss"
personally. Old and rambling, the type 1 like. 27 rms., 18 WB. E. 2NB

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