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r TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY EDITION "Assured Protection for the Negro, Traveler"
THE NEGRO TRAVELERS'
Published by VICTOR H. GREEN & COMPANY 200 West 135th Street New York 30, N. Y.
1956 EDITION VICTOR H. GREEN, Editor and Publisher
• NORVERA DASHIEL DOROTHY ASCH CONRAD M. ASCH _ J. C. MILES JOSEPH ARAGONA
Assistant Editor Advertising Director Advertising Promotion Manager Travel Director Art Director
Copyright 1956 by Victor H. Green & Co. All Rights Reserved
N A T I O N A L H O T E L ASSOCIATION
It is with great pride we present this our 20th Anniversary Negro Travelers Green Book. In celebration we are inaugurating for your convenience, a Spring and later a Fall edition.
We gratefully thank our numerous readers and advertisers for their magnificent support and shall in the future continue to give them the travel service information for which these editions have become so well known.
FOREWORD Millions of people hit the road each year, to get away from their old surroundings, to see and learn how people live, and meet new and old friends. Modern travel has given millions of people an opportunity to see the wonders of the world. Thousands and thousands of dollars are spent each year on various modes of transportation. Money spent in this manner brings added revenue to tradesmen throughout the country. The White traveler has had no difficulty in getting accommodations, but with the Negro it has been different. He, before the advent of a Negro travel guide, had to depend on word of mouth, and many times accommodations were not available. Now things are different. The Negro traveler can depend on the "GREEN BOOK" for all the information he wants, and has a wide selection to choose from. Hence this guide has made traveling more popular, without encountering embarrassing situations. We appreciate letters from the public telling us about places that are not listed in the "GREEN BOOK." We also welcome your comments and opinions. We are now and shall always continue to be interested in your welfare. Your cooperation will enable us to reach the summit of our goal and further our efforts in giving "ASSURED PROTECTION FOR THE NEGRO TRAVELER." â€˘ Denotes The Negro Travelers' Green Book recommended Hotel, Motels, Tourist Homes, etc. (Omission of ~k does not necessarily mean inferior accommodations.) The publishers make every effort to assure the accuracy of the "Green Book" editorial information, and to maintain the high character of its advertising pages. We cannot however, accept responsibility for inaccuracies in editorial or advertising matter. Where rates are quoted, they are subjject to change.
THE NEGRO TRAVELERS' GREEN BOOK The Guide to Travel and Vacations IN THIS ISSUE Sightseeing in New York...40 Two Weeks with P a y 54 N . H. A 69 Vacation Section 71 Reservation B u r e a u 76 3rd Cover
Valuable Coupon 2nd Cover Message from E d i t o r 2 Foreword 3 Many H a p p y R e t u r n s 5 Travel Bureau 7 T r a v e l Contest
INDEX Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware W a s h i n g t o n , D.C Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska New J e r s e y
N e w York Nevada New Hampshire N e w Mexico N o r t h Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South D a k o t a Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington (State) W e s t Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Alaska Bermuda Canada Caribbean Mexico Vacation Section
8 8 9 11 13 13 14 15 15 17 18 18 20 22 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 31 33 35 35 35
38 43 44 44 45 47 50 52 52 57 57 59 59 60 63 63 64 66 66 67 68 68 68 70 70 70 71
THE NEGRO TRAVELERS' GREEN BOOK, published yearly by Victor H. Green & Co., 200 West 135th St., New York 30, N. Y. ADVERTISING RATES, write to the publishers, last forms close Dec. 1. We reserve the right to reject any advertising which does not conform to our standards. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Prices in the United States, $1.00 post paid; Foreign (Outside the U. S.) $1.25 in advance. RUSH ORDERS: send 9c, first class; air mail, 18c; Special delivery, 29c. Copyrighted 1956 by Victor H. Green. 4
MANY HAPPY RETURNS By Novera C. Dashiell An anniversary is like a birthday. Both happy occasions tinged with expectant hopes and dreams. After twenty years in circulation there are many things to wax sentimental about in retrospect. The conception, the first stumbling steps, difficulties in adolescence, then the ripening years of maturity; when at long last the realization of fulfilment. On this the threshold of its twentieth year, the editor pledges anew to make each issue of your Green Book better than the one before. Retrospection may be for historians but since anniversaries are celebrated with a certain amount of modest pride, allow me to present to you the story of your travel guide and the man behind the bookâ€”the Green Book that is. Our leaders and educators look forward to the day when as a racial group, we will enjoy the rights and privileges guaranteed us, but as of now withheld in certain areas of these United States. With this in mind, the idea was conceived by Victor H. Green, publisher-owner of the unique Negro Motorist Green Book about 1932. The idea crystallized when, not only himself but several friends and acquaintances complained of the difficulties encountered; oftentimes painful embarrassments suffered which ruined a vacation or business trip. Subsequently in 1936, along with a friend, George I. Smith, the dream became a reality. The first editions were published. After two years however, Mr. Smith left the organization. William H. Green, brother of the publisher, joined the staff in 1938 and remained as editor until his death in 1945. The first issues in 1936 of the Green Book were published locally. The demand was so great that by the following year it became a national institution. Endorsed and in use by the United States Travel Bureau, Idlewild Chamber of Commerce of Michigan; in use by the American Automobile Association and its hundreds of affiliated clubs throughout the country, Travel Bureaus, Bus Lines and other organizations. One of their greatest enthusiasts has been James A. Jackson, Special Representative of the Esso Standard Oil Co., who has used these guides, has helped it to prosper and has personally directed an all out campaign to enlighten the traveler about the numerous fine Negro business places throughout the country, at the same time while attending to his duties . . . all interested in better service to the traveling public. A supplementary directory of summer resorts was also issued as the Green Book Vacation Guide. The Green Book which had by now become indispensable to the Negro traveller grew quickly in circulation, due to the growth of the motoring public. Summer and winter resorts which previously depended on the word-of-mouth advertising soon found it highly profitable to have a Green Book listing.
"" In 1947 the Green Book, originally known as The Negro Motorist Green Book, A Classified Motorist and Tourist Guide, included listings covering the United States and Alaska. In 1949 it expanded its listings to Bermuda, Mexico and Canada. In 1952 it became known as The Negro Travelers Green Book. Today with listings in South America and the West Indies and future plans for European and West African circulation, it has truly become an international travel guide. In 1947 another valuable service was extended to Green Book readers. This was the Vacation Reservation Service which enabled the public to book in advance reservations to any hotel or resort listed. Victor H. Green, a native New Yorker, is a man of tremendous drive and energy. Retired in 1952 after 39 years of service as a letter-carrier from the Post Office Department. He is married to the former Alma Duke of Richmond, Virginia. Tall well-built, always impeccably groomed, with an easy affable manner. The Grover Whelan of our group as many visitors to his West 135th Street, New York office will verify. The integrity with which he has always dealt with subsscribers and advertisers in the past are evident today in view of competition. Certain advertisers who cater directly to the traveling public, had at one time allowed their account to lapse. The demand for the Green Book was so persistent, that they in turn had to yield to the demands to provide the requested copies. He regrets the shortsightedness of most of our business men to see the urgent need and value of advertising. "If Negro-owned business is good" he says, "it can be better with advertising." His philosophy is that we can create our OWN "name brands." We should) have the patience to build. Build for ourselves and the future of our children. The Green Book is the symbol of one man's patience. Today, twenty years later, it is an established business. He deplores the apparent lack of interest among our young people in the lucrative field of advertising. The need of trained personnel is acute. He urges more youngsters to take advantage of the opportunities offered. This in turn will create greater achievements in our business ventures. As the editor, he experiences great satisfaction and encouragement in receiving thousands of letters each year in appreciation of the Green Book. Numerous visitors come into his office to offer congratulations and to leave their orders for the following year. In the earlier years he personally travelled across the United States to check the accuracy and conditions of places listed. Now, due to the press of business, he can no longer make as many trips but must rely on agents in the field. Incidentally, there is still a great need for new agents. In looking ahead . . . a trip to the moon? Who knows? It may not be so improbable as it sounds. A New York scientist is already offering 6
for sale pieces of real estate on the moon. When travel of this kind becomes available, you can be sure your Green Book will have the recommended listings! Until then, for 1956 several things are being planned for1 your pleasure. A vacation contest, the big prize two weeks at a well known resort and other valuable prizes. A Spring and Fall edition to accommodate your vacation needs. A Travel Bureau is maintained at the Green Book offices, 200 West 135th St., New York, N. Y. Come in or send all requests for information to Victor H. Green and Co. "Our thanks to you for your generous support, from our first publication in 1936," says Mr. Green, "in making this effort of mine successful. Through this guide a number of white business places have come to value and desire your patronage. Without your support we could not have remained in business and no doubt would have failed as others did. "We trust, in the future, your faith will be justified as in the past; and in so doing,, you wll tell others of your satisfaction."
Yes! We Can Arrange Your Vacation CRUISES
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VICTOR H. GREEN & COMPANY
Birmingham Dunbar Hotel Fraternal Hotel Palm Leaf Hotel A. G. Gaston's Motel
323 1614 328% 1510
North 17th 4th Avenue North 18th 5th Avenue
Street North Street North
Gadsden Owens Manor Mrs. A. J. Shepard Tourist Home Mrs. J. Simons Barnes Motel
235 North 6th Street 1324 4th Avenue 233 North 6th Street 422 North 9th Street
Mobile Midway Hotel Seamen's Club Hotel E. Reed Tourist Home E. Jordan Tourist Home F. Wildins Tourist Home
107 North Dearborn 361 Morton 950 Lyons 256 North Dearborn 254 North Dearborn
Street Street Street Street Street
Montgomery Hotel Ben Moore Douglas Hotel Mrs. E. Sterras Tourist Home
902 Highland Avenue 121 Monroe Street 259 So. Jackson Street
Sheffield McClain Hotel Mrs. Mattie Herron Tourist Home
19th Street 1003 East 19th Street
Tuscaloosa Hotel Preston G. W. Clopton Tourist Home
101 University Avenue 1516 25th Avenue
Douglas Faustina Wilson Tourist Home
1002 16th Street
Phoenix •PADUCAH HOTEL Reasonable Rates Winston Inn Hotel Rice
14 North 6th Street Write for Reservations 1342 East Jefferson Street 535 East Jefferson Street
•SWINDALL'S TOURIST HOME 1021 East Washington St. Reasonable Rates Comfortable Accommodations Write or Phone for Reservations, Tel: AL 2-1102 Louis Jordan Tourist Home 2118 Violet Dr. East Mrs. L. Stewart Tourist Home 1134 East Jefferson Street Jackson's Tourist Home 811 East Monroe Gardener's Tourist Home 1229 East Washington St. Alhambia Restaurant 1246-48 East Washington St. Jefferson Restaurant 1003 East Jefferson St. Tapp's Restaurant 209 West Hadley St. Rose Restaurant 947 West Watkins Rd.
Kingman White Rock Motel
Rt. 66, East End of Town
Rio Motel Mrs. Louise Pitts Tourist Home
Junction, Highway 80-84-89 722 North Perry Street
Yuma Brown's Hotel Mrs. John A. Gordon Tourist Home
196 North Main Street 192 North 5th
Arkadelphia Hill's Hotel Mrs. B. Declman Tourist Home Mrs. L. Cooper Tourist Home Hill's Restaurant
Davis Tourist Home
1601 West Pine West Caddo West Pine River
Street Street Street Street
709 South Main Street
Camden Summers Hotel & Restaurant Mrs. Benj. Williams Tourist Home Mrs. Hugh Hill Tourist Home
740 Adams Avenue, S.W. North Main Street South Main Street
El Dorado Green's Hotel C. W. Moore Tourist Home Dr. Dunning Tourist Home
303 Hill Street 5th and Lincoln Avenue 7th and Columbia Ave.
Mrs. S. Manuel Tourist Home N. Smith Tourist Home
313 Olive Street 259 East Center Street
211 1st Street
Fort Smith Ullery Inn Hotel Mrs. Clara Oliver Tourist Home 9
719 North 9th Street 906 North 9th Street
Forrest City * U . S. BOND'S MOTEL U. S. Hwy. 70, 2'/ 2 Miles E. Forrest City Comfortable Accommodations Reasonable Rates For Reservations Write or Phone, Tel: 1334-J-l
Hope Lewis-Wilson Hotel Green Leaf Restaurant
217 East 3rd Street Highway 67
Hot Springs Crittenden Hotel 314 Cottage Street •McKENZIE'S MOTEL 401-07 Henry Street The South's Finest Motel Reasonable Rates For Reservations Write or Phone, Tel. NA-3-7843 Jewell Apartments 711 Pleasant Street New Edmondson Tourist Home 243 Ash Street Barabin Villa 717 Pleasant Street J. W. Rife Tourist Home 347^ Malvern Avenue Home Rooms for Rent $10.50—6.50 week 120 Gaines Ave.
Little Rock Graysonia Hotel Miller Hotel New Vincent Hotel Tucker's Hotel Honeycut Hotel Charmaine Hotel Mrs. T. Thomas Tourist Home Lafayette Restaurant College Restaurant Johnson's Restaurant Deluxe Restaurant
809 Gaines Street 812^ West 9th Street 522^ West 9th Street 701J^ West 9th Street 816 West 9th Street 820 West 14th Street 1901 High Street 904 State Street 16th and Bishop 610 West 9th St. 724 West 9th St.
Madison • U . S. BOND'S MOTEL U. S. Highway 70, */4 Mile W. of Madison Reasonable Comfortable Accommodations For Reservations Write or Phone, Tel: 1334-J-l
North Little Rock Oasis Hotel De Lux Court Jim's Restaurant Nov-Vena Restaurant
1311 East 3rd Street 2720 East Broadway ...908 Cedar Street N.L.R. 1101 East 6th Street
Pine BluffPee Kay Hotel M. J. Hollis Tourist Home Shelton's Restaurant Duck Inn Restaurant
300 East 3rd Street 1108 West 2nd Avenue 200 East 3rd Street 405 North Cedar Street 10
Russellville E. Latimore Tourist Home
318 South Huston Avenue
Texarkana Brown's Hotel G. C. Mackey Tourist Home Grant's Cafe Restaurant
312 West Elm Street 102 East 9th Street 830 Laurel Street
Berkeley Claremont Hotel Shattuck Hotel
Asby and Claremont Ave. Shattuck & Allston Ave.
Roland Hotel McKinnel Lunch
201 East Main Street El Centro
El Centro Fresno
LaSillve Tourist Home De Lux Restaurant
Mrs. A. Bastion Tourist Home
Motel King City
841 F Street 2193 Ivy Street Cor. 7th & M. Streets U. S. Highway 101
Los Angeles •CLARK HOTEL 1824 South Central Ave. Cosmopolitan Hotel South West Lake Ave. Elite Hotel 1217 South Central Ave. Watkins Hotel 2022 N. Adams Blvd. LaDale Hotel 802 East Jefferson Blvd. Lincoln Hotel 549 Ceres Avenue Macks Manor Hotel 1085 West Jefferson Blvd. McAlpin Hotel 648 Stanford Avenue Olympic Hotel 843 South Central Ave. Regal Hotel 815 East 6th Street Kentucky Hotel 1123 Central Avenue Dunbar Hotel 4225 South Central Ave. •CASHBAH APARTMENTS 1189 West 36th Street Reasonable Rates — Comfort — Privacy — Good Accommodations For Information and Reservations Write or Tel.; Republic 5-8290 J. Hordy Tourist Home 1333 McKinley Ave. Vallie Vista Tourist Home 2408 Cimarron St. Robersons Motel 211 East Imperial Blvd. 11
Western Motel Thomas Motel Hay's Motel Moulin Rouge Motel Ivie's Restaurant Henry Bros. Restaurant Zombie Restaurant Waffle Shop Restaurant Clifton's Restaurant
Cor. 37th & Western Ave. 2050 West Jefferson Blvd. 960 East Jefferson Blvd. 2050 West Jefferson Blvd. 1105J4 East Vernon Ave. 10359 Wilmington Ave. 4216 South Central Ave. 1063 East 43rd Street 618 S. Olive Street
Moore Hotel Lake Elsimore Hotel
407 Scrivener Street 416 North Kelogg Street
El Adobe Motel
U. S. Highway 66
Ebony Plaza Hotel Carver Hotel California Hotel Dunbar Hotel Warren Hotel Mrs. H. Williams Tourist Home The Villa Restaurant
3908 San Pablo Avenue 1412 Market Street 3501 San Pablo Avenue ..800 14th Street 1252 7th Street 3521 Grove Street 3016 Adeline Street Highway 395
Center Hotel Mrs. R. C. Peyton Tourist Home Dunlap's Restaurant
â€˘DOUGLAS HOTEL Simmons Hotel Y.W.C.A Sun Restaurant Browns Hostess Restaurant
420J4 Capital Avenue 2202J4 4th Street 4373 4th Avenue 206 Market Street 542 6th Avenue 1029 C Street 421 Market Street 2816 Imperial Avenue
San Fransisco The Scaggs Hotel New Pullman Hotel Edison Hotel Texas Hotel Bullford Hotel Thadd's Tourist Home Mrs. F. Johnson Tourist Home Hi-Lo Restaurant
1715 Webster Street 232 Townsend Street 1540 Ellis Street 1840 Filmore Street 843 Hayes Street 2040 Sutter Street 1788 Sutter Street 1686 O'Farrell St.
Tulare South K St. Tourist Home
330 South K St.
Murray's Dude Ranch Raglan Guest Ranch
Victorville, Calif. Box 437 12
Boulder Ray's Inn Restaurant
2038 Gross Street
Colorado Springs G. Roberts Tourist Home
418 East Cucharras Street
Denver • B E A N HOTEL 2152 Arapaho Street Hotel Ex Service 2627 Welton St. Rossonian Hotel 2640 Welton Street • M R S . GEORGE L. ANDERSON TOURIST HOME 2119 Marion St. Low Rates Write for Reservations Mrs. I. Burton Tourist Home 3430 Race Street Mrs. H. Blair Tourist Home 2936 Gaylord St. Mrs. H. Graves Tourist Home 3059 Humbolt St. Green Lantern Restaurant 2859 Fremont Da-Nite Restaurant 1430 22nd Avenue B & E Restaurant 2847 Gillpin Street
Dumont •MOUNTAIN STUDIO LODGE
Greeley Mrs. E. Alexander Tourist Home
106 East 12th St.
La Junta • M R S . MOORE TOURIST HOME
301 Lewis Avenue
La Mar, Colorado
Adams Hotel Chipeta Cafe Davis Auto Court
Montrose, Colorado Montrose, Colorado Montrose, Colorado
Pueblo Mrs. T. Pritho Tourist Home
918 E. Evans Ave.
Bridgeport Y.W.C.A Mrs. M. Barrett Tourist Home
Golden Hill Street 83 Summer Street
Hartford Mrs. Johnson Tourist Home
Portsmouth Hotel Dr. M. F". Allen Tourist Home Monterey Restaurant 13
2016 Main Street 91 Webster Street 65 Webster Street 267 Dixwell Avenue
New London Mrs. E. Whittle Tourist Home
46 Hempstead St.
Willow Inn Highway 44 V2 Mile W. of Conn. Rts. 101 & 44 200 West 135th Street Room 215A N e w York 30, N . Y.
Palm Gardens Hotel
Stamford Gladstone Hotel Robert Graham Tourist Home
Gay Street 37 Hanrahan Ave.
Elton Hotel Community House Tourist Home
Waterbury, Conn. 34 Hopkins St.
Dadds Hotel Seaview Hotel
359 Beach Street 392 Beach Street
Dover Cannon's Hotel Dean's Hotel Mosely's Hotel
Kirkwood Street Forrest Street Division Street
Joe Randolph's Restaurant
West 6th Street
Reboboth Avenue Ext.
Dupont Highway—Rt. 13
Lawson House Hotel Y.M.C.A Miss W. A. Brown Tourist Home Mrs. E. Till Tourist Home Christian Assn. Bldg. Restaurant •HOTEL ANDERSON
100 Poplar Street 10th and Walnut Street 1306 Tatnall Street 1008 French Street 10th and Walnut St. 716 French Street
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Hotels
Washington, D. C. Johnson's Hotel Whitelaw Hotel Johnson, Jr. Hotel •DUNBAR HOTEL Y.M.C.A Y.M.C.A Clore Hotel Cadillac Hotel Ken Rod Hotel • P I T T S ' TOURIST HOME Towles Tourist Home Modern Tourist Home Rivers Tourist Home Patsy's Tourist Home Cottage Grove Tourist Home Boyd's Tourist Home •ALFREDS RESTAURANT Chicken Paradise Restaurant Earl's Restaurant Sugar Bowl Restaurant Shrimp Hut Restaurant Charles Hotel Buddie's Tourist Home Edward's Tourist Home Republic Gardens Restaurant Cozy Restaurant Kenyon Grill Restaurant The Hour Restaurant The Hour-Restaurant Uptown Restaurant
1505 13th Street, 13th & " T " Streets, 1509 Vermont Avenue, "U" & 15th Streets, 1816 12th Street, 901 Rhode Island Ave., 614 " S " Street, 1500 Vermont Street, 621 Rhode Island Ave., 1451 Belmont St., 1321 13th Street, 3006 13th Street, 1021 Monroe Street, 2026 13th Street, 1531 Vermont Ave., 1744 Swann Street, 1610 "U" Street, 1210 "U" Street, 1218 "U" Street, 2830 Georgia Ave., 807 Florida Avenue, 1338 "R" Street, 1320 5th Street, 1837 16th Street, 1355 "U" Street, ,..708 Florida Avenue, 3119 Georgia Avenue, 1837 11th Street, 1937 11th Street, 807 Florida Avenue,
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Daytona Beach Campbell Hotel Little Gypsy Restaurant
Fort Lauderdale Hill Hotel
549 2nd Avenue 524 S. Campbell Street 430 N.W. 7th Avenue
ASTOR MOTEL JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST PRIVATE BATH
FIREPROOF FREE PARKING
Convenient to Bus, Railway, Business & Amusement Sections
On U. S. Highway No. 1 & 23 North
Jacksonville Richmond Hotel Gwendolyn Hotel Rita Hotel Blue Chip Hotel Craddock Tourist Homes E. H. Flipper Tourist Home L. D. Jefferson Tourist Home B. Robinson Tourist Home C. H. Simmons Tourist Home Sunrise Restaurant Blu-Goose Restaurant
422 Broad Street 722 W. Monroe Street 701 W. Church Street 514 Broad Street 45th Street & Moncrief 739 W. Church Street 1838 Moncrief Road 128 Orange Street 434 W. Ashley Street 829 Pearl Street 1303 Davis Street
Mrs. M. McCoy Tourist Home Rivers Tourist Home Mrs. B. J. Jones Tourist Home Bill Rivers Restaurant
730 E. Leon 931 Taylor 720 E. Leon 931 Taylor
Mrs. J. Davis Tourist Home Mrs. A. Davis Tourist Home
Street Street Street Street
842^ N. Fla. Avenue 518 West 1st Street
Lake Wales Dew Drop Inn Restaurant
47 " B " Street
Miami •LORD CALVERT HOTEL Miami—Carver Hotel Mary Elizabeth Hotel Dorsey Hotel Booker T. Motel
276 N.W. 6th Street 899 N.W. 3rd Avenue 642 N.W. 2nd Avenue 941 N.W. 2nd Avenue 4200 N.W. 27th Avenue
Ocala Carmen Manor Motel
1044 W. Broadway
Orlando •SUN-GLO MOTEL Reasonable Rates Wells Bilt Hotel
737 So. Orange Blossom Trail Good Accommodations 509 W. South Street 16
Pensacola Hotel Grand Rhumboogie Rest
2618 Guillemarde St. 509 E. Salamanca St.
F. H. Kelly Tourist Home
83 Bridge Street
Robert James Hotel Mrs. M. C. Henderson, Tourist Home
1205 2nd Avenue 2580 9th Street, So.
Bragg Dr. at Railroad Avenue
Afro Hotel Dallas Hotel Pyramid Hotel Rogers Hotel
722 La Salle Street 829 Zack Street 1028 Central Avenue 1025 Central Avenue
Adrian Wayside Tourist Home
U. S. Route 80
Albany Mrs. A. J. Ross Tourist Home Mrs. C. Washington Tourist Home
Hotel Royal Mack Hotel Shaw Hotel Savoy Hotel Waluhaje Hotel Y.M.C.A •UNIVERSITY MOTEL Connally Tourist Home Suttons Restaurant Joe's Coffee Bar Paschal Bros. Restaurant
514 Mercer Street 228 S. Jackson Street 214 Auburn Avenue, N.E. 548 Bedford Place, N.E. 245 Auburn Avenue, N.E. 239 Auburn Avenue, N.E. 239 W. Lake Avenue, N.W. 22 Butler Street 55 Northside Drive 125 Walnut Street, S.W. 312 Auburn Avenue, N.E. 200 Auburn Avenue 837 Hunter Street, N.W.
Crimm's Hotel Foster Tourist Home
725 9th Street 1110 12th Street
The Palms Tourist Home Melody Tourist Inn
1309 Glouster Street 1505 "G" Street
Columbus Lowe's Hotel Y.M.C.A Carver Heights Motel
724 5th Avenue 521 9th Avenue Illges & Radon Road 17
1 Douglas Economy Hotel Lawson's Tourist Home Thomas' Restaurant
Cherry Street Pearl Street Pearl Street
Mrs. R. Hunter Tourist Home
504 S. Jefferson Street
Eastman J. P. Cooper Tourist Home
211 College Street
Hotel Richmond Jean's Restaurant
335 Broadway 545 Cotton Avenue
Savannah Elizabethian Tourist Home
512 W. Park Avenue
Thomasville Imperial Hotel
Valdota Mae's Tourist Home
414 North Street
Cooper Hotel Paradise Restaurant
Oak Street Oak Street
California Hotel Mrs. S. Love Tourist Home Union Pacific Greyhound Depot, Restaurant
Fred's Motel A. M. E. Parange Tourist Home Tourist Park -
1110^ Main Street 1164 River Street 9th & Bannock St. 1333 N. Main Street 625 E. Fremont Street E. Fremont Street
Coeur D'alene Pine Grove Motel
Highway 10, West of Coeur D'alene
Centralia Mrs. Claybourne
303 N. Pine Street
Manor House Ritz Hotel
4635 So. Parkway 409 East Oakwood Blvd. 18
Hotel Como Du Sable Hotel Evans Hotel Pershing Hotel Southway Hotel Spencer Hotel Grand Hotel Y.W.C.A S & S Hotel Y.M.C.A Lakeside Hotel Berkley Hotel Monarch Hotel Albion Hotel Eberhart Hotel ; The Don Hotel Harlem Hotel South Central Hotel Loretta Hotel Garfield Hotel Vienna Hotel •WEDGEWOOD TOWERS HOTEL Sutherland Hotel Strand Hotel Day's Tourist Home Poro College Tourist Home Morris' Restaurant Wrights Restaurant A & J Restaurant Pitts Restaurant Pioneer Restaurant Parkway Restaurant
5204-6 South Parkway ,..764 E. Oakwood Blvd. 733 East 61st Street 6400 S. Cottage Grove 6014 S. Parkway 300 E. Garfield Blvd. 5044 South Parkway 4559 South Parkway 4142 South Parkway 3763 South Parkway 4665 Lake Park Avenue 75 East 18th Street 4530 Prairie Avenue 4009 Lake Park Avenue 6050 Eberhart Avenue 3337 Michigan Avenue 5020 So. Michigan Avenue 520 East 47th Street 6201 Vernon Avenue 231 East Garfield Blvd. 3921 Indiana Avenue 6401 So. Woodlawn Ave. 47th & Drexel Blvd. Cottage Grove & 63rd Street 3616 South Parkway 4415 So. Parkway 410 East 47th Street 3753 So. Wabash Avenue 105 East 51st Street 812 East 39th Street 533 East 43rd Street 420 East 45th Street
218 East North Street
East St. Louis
Hotel Thigpin P. B. Reeves Tourist Home W. E. Officer Tourist Home
Twin Oaks Motel
Clara Gibons Tourist Home
1425 East Broadway 1803 Bond Avenue 2114 Missouri Avenue
Highway 30, 4 miles East of Fulton 923 Monson Street
Springfield Dudley Tourist Home Madell Dudley Tourist Home Mrs. L. Jones Tourist Home Mrs. M. Rollins Tourist Home Mrs. B. Mosby Tourist Home Mrs. G. Bell Tourist Home Mrs. E. Brooks Tourist Home Dr. Ware Tourist Home Mrs. Lula Stuart Tourist Home Mrs. Bernie Eskridge Tourist Home
130 South 11th 1311 East Adams 1230 East Jefferson 844 So. College 1614 E. Jackson 625 No. 2nd 705 No. 2nd 1520 E. Washington 1615 E. Jefferson 1501 Jackson
Street Street Street Street Street Street Street Street Street Street
Rockford Briggs Hotel Mrs. C. Gorum Tourist Home S. Westbrook Tourist Home Mrs. Brown Tourist Home
429 Court Street 301 Steward Ave. 630 Lexington Avenue 927 S. Winnebago Street
Highways 45 & 146, >4 Mile So. of Vienna
Elkhart Miss E. Botts Tourist Home
336 St. Joe Street
Mrs. Lauderdale Tourist Home Mrs. H. Best Tourist Home Miss G. Snow Tourist Home
608 Cherry Street 658 Lincoln Avenue 719 Oak Street
Fort Wayne Howell Hotel Mrs. J. Falls Tourist Home Mrs. B. Talbot Tourist Home Leo Manual's Restaurant Stewart's Restaurant Martin & Rankin Restaurant
1803 S. Hanna Street 1231 So. Barre Street 456 E. Douglas 1329 Lafayette Street 621 E. Brackenridge Street 1329 S. Lafayette Street
Furnesville •ROBY'S TOURIST HOME
20 Miles N.E. of Gary
Gary •HOTEL TOLEDO States' Hotel Hayes Hotel
22nd Avenue & Adams Street 1700 Washington Street 2167 Broadway
Indianapolis Ferguson Hotel Y.M.C.A Y.W.C.A Foster Hotel Guest House Hawaii Hotel Severin Hotel â€˘ T H E ESTELLE TOURIST HOME Lasley's Restaurant Parkview Restaurant Log Cabin Restaurant Taylor's Restaurant Westmoreland Restaurant Blue Eagle Restaurant Courtesy Restaurant Perkins Restaurant
Charles Thomas Tourist Home
1102 N. Capitol Avenue 450 N. Senate Avenue 653 N. West Street 2154 N. Illinois Street 31 West 22nd Street 406 Indians Avenue 201 So. Illinois Avenue 455 West 10th Street 510 Indiana Avenue 321 No. California Avenue 524 Indiana Avenue 427 West Mich. Street 1309 East 15th Street 648 Indiana Avenue 1217 Senate Street 793 Indiana Avenue 607 Missouri Avenue
Marion Mrs. Violet Rhinehardt Tourist Home 425 West 10th Street Mrs. Albert Ward Tourist Home 324 West 14th Street â€˘CUSTER'S LAST STAND RESTAURANT State Rts. 15 & 37 Delicious Food Moderately Priced Marshal's Restaurant 414-418 East 4th Street
Mrs. C. W. Winburn Tourist Home Mrs. Charles Hardinson Tourist Home Mrs. S. D. Hughes Tourist Home
1015 Kennedy Street 812 Kennedy Street 1045 N. Kennedy Street
Michigan City Allen's Tourist Home
210 East 2nd Street
9065 Madison Street
South Bend Smokes Restaurant
432 So. Chapin Street
Booker Hotel Booker Hotel
3 3 ^ North 3rd Street 306 Cherry Street
West Baden Springs Waddy Hotel 21
Cedar Rapids Sepia Motel Brown's Tourist Home
Mt. Vernon Road, S.E. 818 9th Avenue, S.E.
Des Moines •HOTEL KIRKWOOD Y.W.C.A La Marguerita Hotel Sampson Restaurant Cunningham's Restaurant Ida Bell's Restaurant Gertrude's Restaurant Peck's Restaurant Community Restaurant Buzz Inn Restaurant Erma & Carrie's Restaurant William's Restaurant
4th & Walnut Streets 512 9th Street 1425 Center Street 1246 East 17th Street 1602 East University 783 11th Street 1308 Keo Way 1180 13th Street 1202 Center Street 1000 Center Street 1008 Center Street 1200 East 16th Street
Mrs. P. Martin Tourist Home Mrs. Edwin Weaver Tourist Home
712 University Avenue 795 Roberts Avenue
William Bailey Tourist Home Harry Owens Tourist Home
526 Center Avenue 814 W. Pershing
Prince Henry Restaurant
704 West 7th Street
Mrs. B. F. Tredwell Tourist Home Mrs. Spencer Tourist Home Mrs. E. Lee Tourist Home
928 Beach Street 220 Summer Street 745 Vinton Etreet
Atchison Mrs. M. McDonald Tourist Home Mrs. Geneva Miles Tourist Home
1001 South 7th Street 924 North 9th Street
Bogue Tourist Court
Junction Hwy. U. S. 24
Coffeyville Roberts Rooms Tourist Home
8 East 5th Street
Mrs. B. Johnson Tourist Home Mrs. G. McVey Tourist Home
102 East 2nd Street 328 East Street 22
Emporia Elliott's Tourist Home
816 Congress Street
Edwardsville Road House Tourist Home
Anderson's Hwy., 32 & Bitts Creek
Fort Scott Hall's Hotel Todd Motel
223% East Wall Street 17th & National Avenue
Hiawatha Mrs. Mary Sanders Tourist Home
Hutchinson Mrs. C. Lewis Tourist Home
400 West Sherman
Junction City Mrs. B. Jones Tourist Home
229 East 14th Street
Mrs. C. M. Madison Tourist Home Mrs. Mose Madison Tourist Homo Mrs. John Caro Tourist Home Carrie's Bar-B-Q Restaurant
828 West 12th 815 West 10th 218 East 4th 218 East 4th
Street Street Street Street
Lawrence Snowden's Hotel
1933 Tennessee Street
Y.W.C.A Keystone Club Restaurant
644 Quindaro Blvd. 4th & Freemen Streets
Kansas City Manhattan
George's Motel Mrs. E. Dawson Tourist Home
826 Tuma Street 10.10 Yuma Street
Ottawa Mrs. H. W. White Tourist Home
821 Cypress Street
Stockton L. D. Fuller
Topeka Dunbar Hotel Palma House Hotel Capitol Hotel Ace Motel Ace Motor Court Mrs. E. Slaughter Tourist Home Joe Andy's Restaurant
Allis Hotel Acacia Hotel Lassen Hotel Mrs. E. Reed Tourist Home Osage Motel
400 Quincy Street 313 Quincy Street 105 East 5th Street Junction Hwys. 75-24-40 2117 Central 1407 Monroe 1000 Washington Street Broadway & William Sts. 117 S. Topeka E. 1st & Market Streets 517^ No. Main Street 3358 S. Broadway
Bowling Green Hotel Southern Queen Nancy's Tea Room
State Street, Hwy. 31-w 415 Third Street
Mrs. B. Tyler Tourist Home
Mrs. J. Razor Tourist Home
436 East Main Street
Mrs. E. Davis Tourist Home L. McNary's Tourist Home J. C. Hopkins
901 E. Hayes Street 113 Liberty Street 128 Liberty Street
Lancaster Burn's Tourist Home Hord's Tourist Home Plum's Restaurant
Buford Street Buford Street Buford Street
Louisville Brown's Guest House Allen Hotel Hook's Hotel Y.W.C.A Y.M.C.A Chicken Shack Restaurant Jones Restaurant Brown Derby Restaurant Betty's Grill Restaurant Sara's Restaurant Miller's Restaurant Paddock Restaurant Eatmore Restaurant Harry's Restaurant Kelman's Restaurant Bar-B-Q Drive In
1121 W. Chestnut Street 2516 W. Madison Street 8th & Chestnut Street 528 South 6th Street 920 W. Chestnut Street 525 South 13th Street 525 South 13th Street 563 South 10th Street 547 South 9th Street 1617 W. Jefferson Street 630 W. Walnut Street 617 South 24th Street 956 South 12th Street 28th & Chestnut Sts. 1832 Magazine Street 771 So. Clay Street
Paris Webster's Restaurant
113 West 8th St.
Paducah •METROPOLITAN HOUSE HOTEL Jefferson Hotel
724 Jackson Street 514 South 8th Street
Lexington Mrs. K. Wallace Tourist Home
600 W. Maxwell
Alexandria Greystone Hotel McClung Tourist Home
1700 Harrison Street 1046 Winn Street
Butler's Hotel Ever Ready Hotel Pearson's Tourist Home T. Harrison Tourist Home Ideal Cafeteria LaMotte's Sea Food House
2404 Fuqua 1325 Government Street 1515 Oleander Street 1236 Louisiana Avenue 1501 E. Boulevard 1010 Myrtle Street
Mrs. E. Raine Tourist Home
Bourges Tourist Home
508 North Avenue 416 Washington Street
Grand Terrace Hotel Lewis Hotel Combre's Place Tourist Home Taylor's Tourist Home
531 515 601 329
W. Simpkins Tourist Home
Turner's Hotel Dudley's Hotel Red Union Restaurant
Boulevard Boulevard Boulevard Boulevard
1015 Desiard Street 1015 Desiard Street 705J4 Desiard Street
Mrs. L. Williams Mrs. V. Williams
719 Federal Avenue 208 Union Street
New Orleans Harris House Hotel Creole Ritz Hotel Hotel Foster PATTERSON'S HOTEL Vogue Hotel North Side Hotel Gladstone Hotel Astoria Hotel Paige Hotel Riley Hotel Robin Hood Hotel New Roxy Hotel Golden Leaf Hotel Caladonia Inn Hotel •HAYES' MOTEL
1383 St. Bernard Avenue 1314 Varondelet Street 2926 LaSalle Street 1815 Bienville Avenue 2231 Thalia Street 1518 La Harpe Street 3435 Dryades Street 235 S. Rampart Street 1038 Dryades Avenue 759 So. Rampart Street 2132 Simon Bolivar Street 759 S. Rampart Street 1209 Saratoga Street St. Claude & St. Phillip 2101 Louisiana Avenue 25
Mrs. J. Montgomery Tourist Home Mrs. F. Livaudais Tourist Home N. J. Bailey Tourist Home Robinson's Tourist Home Mrs. H. Meyer Tourist Home Mrs. P. Robinson Tourist Home Mrs. King Tourist Home Mrs. Edgar Major Tourist Home Honey Dew Inn Restaurant Place-Of-Joy Restaurant Dooky Restaurant Foster's Chicken Den Restaurant Portia's Restaurant
2134 Harmony 1954 Jackson Avenue 2426 Jackson Avenue 3300 Hamilton Street 211 E. Iberville Street 9038 Olive Street 2826 Louisiana Avenue 2739 Jackson Avenue 115 Front Street 2700 Melpomene Street Cor. Orleans & Miro Cor. LaSalle & 7th Sts. 2426 Louisiana Avenue
Grand Terrace Hotel
M. Robertson Tourist Home N. E. Cooper Tourist Home
116 Hopkins Street 913 Providence Street
B. Giron Tourist Home
S. Lombard Street
Mrs. Ed. Turner Tourist Home Mrs. J. Jones Tourist Home Mrs. W. Elder Tourist Home Wilson's Restaurant Grand Terrace Restaurant
309 Douglas Street 1950 Hotchkiss 1920 Hotchkiss 840 Williamson Street Pierre & Looney Street
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Augusta Mrs. Joseph McLean Tourist Home
16 Drew Street
Dixfield Marigold Motel
Hwy. 2, 10 Miles East of Rumford
Pond View Tourist Home
Pleasant Pond Road
Old Orchard Mrs. R. Cumming's Tourist Home
Thomas House Tourist Home
110 Portland Avenue 28 "A" Street
Robbinston Brook's Bluff Cottage
Hwy. 1, 12 Miles East of Calais
Annapolis Brown Hotel Dixie Hotel Alsop's Restaurant
50 Clay Street 52 Washington Street Northwest & Calvert Sts.
York Hotel Smith's Hotel Majestic Hotel Y.W.C.A Honor Reed Hotel Y.M.C.A Sphinx Restaurant Upton Restaurant Sess Restaurant G & L Restaurant Spot Bar-B-Q Restaurant
1200 Madison Avenue Druid Hill Ave. & Paca Street 1602 McCulloh Street 1916 Madison Avenue 667 No. Franklin 1617 Druid Hill Avenue 2107 Pennsylvania Avenue Cor. Monroe & Edmondson 1639 Division Street Fayette & Gilmore Sts. 1530 Penna. Avenue
Bowie Stephen Bowie Hotel
Cumberland Glenwood Manor Tourist Home
927 Glenwood Street
Brook's Drive Inn
113 Crainway N.E., Rt. 301
Mrs. J. Makel Tourist Home Mrs. W. W. Roberts Tourist Home Crescent Restaurant Harmon Hotel -
119 East 5th 316 W. South 16 W. All Saint 226 N. Jonathan
Harmon Tourist Homes Ship Tea Room
226 N. Jonathan Street 329 N. Jonathan Street
Havre De Grace
Street Street Street Street
415 So. Stokes Street
137 Broad Street • FRANKLIN HOTEL •
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Waldorf Blue Jay Motel
U. S. 301 27
Attleboro J. R. Brooks, Jr. Tourist Home
54 James Street
Boston LUCILLE HOTEL Harrett Tubman Hotel Columbus Arms Hotel Julia Walters Tourist Home Holeman Tourist Home M. Johnson Tourist Home Mrs. E. A. Taylor Tourist Home Randolph House Tourist Home Mrs. P. J. Reynolds Tourist Home Smith's Tourist Home Slades Restaurant Charlie's Restaurant Sunnyside Restaurant Western Restaurant Estelle's Restaurant
52 Rutland Square 25 Holyoke Street 455 Columbus Avenue 912 Fremont 212 W. Springfield Street 616 Columbus Avenue 192 W. Springfield Street 153 Worcester Street 613 Columbus Avenue 14 Yarmouth Street 958 Tremont Street 429 Columbus Avenue 411 Columbus Avenue 415 Mass. Avenue 888 Tremont Street
Cambridge Mrs. S. P. Bennett Tourist Home
26 Mead Street
Mrs. I. Anderson Tourist Home Mrs. J. Hamilton Tourist Home Crawford's Inn Tourist Home
28 Rossiter Street 118 Main Street 14 Elm Court
Zilphas Cottages Tourist Home
134 Oakneck Road
Great Barrington Hyamis
Mrs. L. G. Hill Tourist Home
39 Hubbard Avenue
B. Chapman Tourist Home
799 Central Avenue
M. E. Grant Tourist Home Mrs. T. Dillard Tourist Home J. Marshall Tourist Home
53 King Street 109 Linden Street 124 Danforth Avenue
428 Main Street
South Hanson Mrs. Mary B. Pina Tourist Home
26 Reed Street 284 Elm St.—Hwy. 28
Washington Square 28
Ann Arbor American Hotel Allenel Hotel
123 Washington Street 126 El Huron Street
Mrs. F. Brown Tourist Home
76 Walters Avenue
Rt. No. 1, Box 178 B
Bitely Royal Breeze Hotel Kelsonia Inn
Woodland Park Woodland Park
U. S. Hwy. 24
Covert Star Hotel
Detroit •CARLTON PLAZA HOTEL Capitol Hotel McGraw Hotel Gotham Hotel Mark Twain Hotel Biltmore Hotel Elizabeth Hotel Fox Hotel „ Fairbain Hotel Norwood Hotel Russell Hotel Touraine Hotel Terraine Hotel Northcross Hotel Dewey Hotel Davidson Hotel Edenburgh Hotel Sportman's Hotel Paradise Hotel „ Ebony Hotel Summers Hotel Australian Hotel Thomas Hotel
2931 John R. 114 East Palmer 5605 Junction Street I l l Orchestra Place E. Garfield & Woodward 1926 St. Antoine Street 413 E. Elizabeth Street 715 Madison Street 250 E. Columbia Street 550 E. Adams Street 615 E. Adams Street 4614 John R. Street John R. & Garfield 2205 St. Antoine 505 E. Adams Street 556 E. Forest Avenue 758 Westchester Avenue 3767 W. Warren Avenue 710 Madison Street 110 Chandler Street 412 Frederick Street 5464 Rivard 244 E. Kirby Street
T. L. Wheeler Tourist Home Mrs. F. Taylor Tourist Home
1512 Liberty Street 1615 Clifford Street
Grand Junction Hamilton Farms Tourist Home
RFD No. 1 29
Idlewild Lydia Inn Hotel .::.'. Box 81 Casa Blanca Hotel Oakmere Hotel Paradise Gardens Hotel McKnight's Hotel Phil Giles Hotel Club El Morocco Hotel Rt. No. 1 Edinburgh Cottage, Miss Herrons Tourist Home B. Riddles Tourist Home Rainbow Manor Tourist Home Douglas Manor Tourist Home Bash Inn Tourist Home Broadway at Hemlock Spizerinktom Tourist Home Rest Haven Tourist Home Rosanna's Restaurant Whiteway Inn Restaurant Navajo Restaurant
Jackson •MOORMAN TOURIST LODGE Rates—Single $2.00: Double $3.00 Mrs. W. Harrison Tourist Home
Mrs. M. Gray Tourist Home Mrs. Lewis Tourist Home Mrs. Gaines Tourist Home
1120 South Milwaukee Street Comfortable Accommodations 126 Moore 1216 St. Joseph Street 816 S. Butler Street 1406 Albert Street
Lawrence Flora Giles Farm—Tourist Home
Muskegon R. C. Merrick Tourist Home
65 E. Muskegon Avenue
U. S. Route 12
Jesse Colbath Tourist Home
Van Eten Lake
Saginaw Mrs. J. Curtley Tourist Home
.439 No. Third Street
Mrs. M. Johnson Tourist Home
Shady Nook Farm
Hill's Hotel Rt. No. 1 Copper Motel Hwy. M 60, Bet. Chicago & Detroit Mrs. Mayme Cooper Tourist Home P. O. Box 96
Three Rivers Jordan's Tourist Home
Route No. 2
Niles Jones Place—Tourist Home
Route No. 2, Box 227 30
Minneapolis Golden West Hotel Serville Hotel Phyllis Wheatley House—Tourist Home
307 Washington Ave., So. 246^ 4th Avenue 809 No. Aldrich Avenue
Motley's Camp Herman Steicks Restaurant
303 North Broadway
Grand Central Hotel Spaniol Restaurant
...5th & St. Germaine 13 6th Avenue No.
St. Cloud St. Paul
Villa Wilson Tourist Home G & G Bar-B-Q Restaurant Jim's Restaurant
697 St. Anthony Avenue 291 No. St. Albans St. Anthony & Kent
Winona Winn Tee Pee—Cottage Motel
Hwys. 61-14-43, %1 Miles East
Biloxi Mrs. G. Bess Tourist Home Mrs. A. J. Alcina Tourist Home
630 Main Street 443 Washington
•PILLAR'S MOTEL Highway 80—5 Miles E. of Vicksburg Write for Reservations — Rates: Single $3.50; Double $4.50
Clarksdale Riverside Hotel Dew Drop Inn Restaurant Page's Cafe
Queen City Hotel M. J. Harrison Tourist Home H. Sommerville Tourist Home Mrs. I. Roberts Tourist Home Mrs. Chevis Tourist Home
615 S. Sunflower Ave. 88 S. Sunflower Ave. 738 Garfield St. 15th St. & 7th Ave. 915 N. 14th St. 906 N. 14th St. 12th & 5th Ave. N. 1425 11th Ave. N.
Greenville El Moroco Hotel Hotel Montrol
1039 Nelson St. Nelson St.
Grenada Mrs. K. D. Fisher Tourist Home 31
72 Adams St.
rr Hattiesburg W. A. Godbolt Tourist Home Mrs. A. Crosby Tourist Home Mrs. S. Vann Tourist Home Crosby's Hotel Sunlight Restaurant
409 E. 7th 413 E. 6th 636 Mobile 512 Mobile 909y2 Dodds
St. St. St. St. St.
Holly Springs College Court Motel
U. S. Hwys. 78 & Miss. 7
Summers Hotel Edward Lee Hotel Shepherds Kitchenette
619 W. Pearl St. 144 W. Church St. 604 N. Farish
Bass Hotel Mrs. E. Brown Tourist Home Mrs. S. G. Wilson Tourist Home
S. Pine St. 522 E. Kingston 802 S. 7th
Meridian Beales Hotel 2411 Fifth St. C. W. Williams Tourist Home 1208 31st St. Mrs. M. Simmons Tourist Home 5th St. bet. 16th & 17th Aves. Charley Leigh Tourist Home 5th St. & 16th Ave. â€˘HOTEL E. F. YOUNG, JR 500 25th Avenue One of the South's Finest Reasonable Rates Write or Phone for Reservations â€”Phone 9123 Hotel Henderson 2507 5th St. Laura's Restaurant 208 Braxton Ave. Blue Mill Restaurant 3719 Davis St. Mountain View Restaurant 2925 St. Luke St.
McComb De Soto Hotel White Castle Hotel
536 N. Summit St. Highway 51
Mound Bayou Mrs. Sallie Price Tourist Home Mrs. Charlotte Strong Tourist Home
Foot's Hotel S. Drewery Tourist Home
Railroad Ave. Church St.
Mrs. S. Miller Tourist Home Homes Restaurant Riverside Restaurant
31 Bishop St. 208 St. Catherine St. 200 S. Broadway
Mrs. Milline B. Wilson Tourist Home
1001 Kenneth Ave.
Yazoo City Caldwell Hotel Mrs. A. J. Walker Tourist Home 32
Water St. & Broadway 321 S. Monroe
Cape Girardeau W. Martin Tourist Home J. Randol Tourist Home
38 N. Hanover St. 422 North St.
Austin House Hotel Mrs. W. Harvey Tourist Home E. Williams Tourist Home Williams' Tourist Home
1 West Ash 417 N. 3rd 314 McBain 223 Lynn
The Albany Hotel Excelsior Spring Hotel Moore's Hotel
St. St. St. St.
408 South St. 302 Main St. 302 Maine St.
Mrs. E. Julius Tourist Home
1218 Gerard St.
Lincoln Hotel Booker T. Hotel Miss C. Woodridge Tourist Home R. Graves De Luxe Restaurant Blue Tiger Restaurant College Restaurant
600 Lafayette St. 418 Adams 314 E. Dunklin 601 Lafayette Chestnut & E. Atchenson 905 E. Atchenson
St. St. St. St. St.
Joplin Williams Tourist Home J. Lindsay Tourist Home Mrs. Grace Davis Tourist Home Mrs. F. Echols Tourist Home
308 Penna. St. 1702 Penna. St. 113 Virginia Ave. 901 Missouri Ape.
Kansas City Cadillac Hotel Booker T. Hotel 921 Hotel Parkview Hotel Street's Hotel Lincoln Hotel Square Deal Hotel Y.W.C.A Mrs. Vallie Lamb Tourist Home Thos. Wilson Tourist Home Old Kentucky's Restaurant Oven Restaurant
1429 Forest 1823 Vine St. 921 East 17th St. 10th & Paseo 1510 E. 18th St. 13th & Woodland Sts. 1305 E. 18th St. 1908, The Paseo 1914 E. 24th St. 2600 Euclid Ave. 2401 Brooklyn 17th & Vine St.
Elmora's Cafe Famous Restaurant M & T Restaurant Mim's Cafe
Ralph Bass Tourist Homes
Mrs. T. L. Moore Mrs. C. Walker W. Williams
1518 E. 18th St. 12th & Forest 2013 E. 12th St. 1603 East 12th St. 517 Winchester St. 505 W. Cooper 217 E. Morgan 317 E. Johnson
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St. Louis Antler Hotel Alcorn Hotel Poro Hotel West End Hotel Grand Central Hotel Calumet Hotel Harlem Hotel Atlas Hotel Adam's Hotel Midtown Hotel Y.W.C.A. Tourist Home DeLuxe Restaurant Northside Restaurant Harlem Grill Nick's Snack House Wike's Restaurant Roma Restaurant Hunter's Restaurant Bells Restaurant Harlem Restaurant
3502 Franklin Ave. 4165 Washington Ave. 4300 St. Ferdinand Ave. 3900 W. Beele St. Jefferson & Pine 611 N. Jefferson Ave. 3438 Franklin 4267 Delmar 4295 Olive St. 2935 Lawton Ave. 2709 Locust St. 10 N. Jefferson Ave. 2422 N. Pendleton Ave 3438 Franklin 1109 Sarah 1804 N. Taylor Ave. 3839 Finney Ave. 2610 Delmar Blvd. 3867 Delmar Blvd. 3438 Franklin
Richmond Harrison Tourist Home
130 S. Hill St.
Springfield •ALBERTA'S HOTEL 617 No. Benton St. Good Accommodations — Rates: Single $3.00; Double $4.00 34
MONTANA Hotels — Motels Billings Rimrock Lodge
Restaurants 1200 No. 27th St.
3702 Harrison Ave,
Placer Hotel Capitol Court
Helena, Montana 1150 11th Ave.
Murry Hotel Willow Park Cottages Yellowstone Motel
201 West Park U. S. 89 So. Main Street
Ainsworth Midwest Hotel Skinner's Cabins Top Notch Restaurant
Gus Henderson Tourist Home Shady Nook Cabins
1725 N. Irving St. Highways 275-77-30
Mrs. R. E. Edwards Tourist Home Roseland Restaurant
2420 " P " St. 910 "R" St.
Broadview Hotel Patton Hotel Willis Hotel L. Strawther Tourist Home G. H. Ashby Tourist Home
2060 N. 19th St. 1014-18 S. 11th St. 22nd & Willis 2220 Willis Ave. 2228 Willis Ave.
Welsh Rooms Hotel Pickett's Cabins Eagle's Restaurant
10th St. & 10th Ave. East Overland 1603 Broadway
NEW JERSEY Hotels
Asbury Park Royal Hotel Reevy's Hotel Whitehead Hotel Waverley Motel Mrs. W. Greenlow Tourist Home 35
216 3rd St. 135 DeWitt Ave. 25 Atkins Ave. 138 DeWitt Ave. 1315 Summerfield Ave.
Mrs. C. Jones Tourist Home Mrs. V. Maupin Tourist Homes E. C. Yeager Tourist Home Anna Eaton Tourist Home Mrs. Margaret Wright Tourist Home West Side Restaurant Nellie Tutt's Restaurant
141 Sylvan 25 Atkins 1406 Mattison 23 Atkins 153 Sylvan 1136 Springwood 1207 Springwood
•CAPITOL TAVERN Good Drinks — "Service With A Smile"
Ave. Ave. Ave. Ave. Ave. Ave. Ave.
1212 Springwood Ave.
Atlantic City Randell Hotel : Wright Hotel Lincoln Hotel Attucks Hotel Hotel McCracken Albright Hotel Carver Hall Hotel Burton's Hotel Johnson's Hotel Murphy's Tourist Home Washington Tourist Home •NEWSOME'S COTTAGE Reasonable Rates — Comfort E. Satchell Tourist Home Bailey's Cottage Burton's Tourist Home R. Brown Tourist Home Williams Tourist Home Robert's Tourist Home J & J Restaurant Kentuckian Restaurant Golden's Restaurant
1601 Arctic Ave. 1702 Arctic Ave. 911 North Indiana Ave. 1120 Drexel Ave. 1701 Arctic Ave. 228 North Virginia Ave. 500 North Carolina Ave. 10 North Delaware Ave. 11 North Kentucky Ave. 234 Virginia Ave. 1109 Arctic Ave. 225 N. Indiana Ave. — Good Accommodations 27 North Michigan Ave. 1812 Arctic Ave. 10-12 Delaware Ave. 113 North Pennsylvania Ave. 243 North Kentucky Ave. 303 North Indiana Ave. 1700 Arctic Ave. 22 North Kentucky Ave. 41 North Kentucky Ave.
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1519 BALTIC AVENUE
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Belmar Riverview Hotel Sadie's Guest House
710 8th Ave. 1304 "E"' St.
Bell Meade Bell Meade Hotel
U. S. Route 31
Richardson's Hotel De Griff Hotel Stiles Tourist Home
Broad & Jackson Streets 83 Corgie St. 821 Corgie St.
Chesihurst Bea's Driftwood Restaurant
Egg Harbor Allen House Hotel
625 Cincinnati Ave.
Elizabeth Mrs. T. T. Davis Tourist Home
Inman Hotel Hi-Hat Tourist Home
27 Dayton White Horse Pike White Horse Pike
Monmouth Junction Macon's Inn Tourist Home
Highway Route No. 1-26
Montclair Y.M.C.A. Tourist Home Y.W.C.A. Tourist Home Tabard's Restaurant Blue Front Restaurant
39 Washington St. 159 Glenridge Ave. 144 Bloomfield Ave. 154 Bloomfield Ave.
155 Park Ave.
Hampton Inn Restaurant Samuel's Restaurant Gottlings Restaurant
1718 SP™gwood Ave. 351 Fisher Ave. 118 Bradley Ave.
Rio Plaza Hotel Coleman Hotel Grand Hotel Alpine House Hotel Coleman Y.M.C.A Y.W.C.A Harwin Terrace Hotel Bar-B-Q Restaurant
92 South 13th Street 59 Court St. 78 W. Market St. 345 Washington St. 49 Court St. 153 Court St. 20 Jones St. 27 Sterling St. 9 Monmouth St.
Comfort Hotel Washington Hotel Brydson's Hotel Edna Mae's Tourist Home
201 Bay Ave. 6th & Simpson St. 2878 6th & Simpson Ave. 921 West Ave. 37
Orange Y.M.C.A Y.W.C.A Triangle Restaurant Joe's Restaurant
84 Oakwood Ave. 66 Oakwood Ave. 152 Barrow St. 120 Barrow St.
246 W. Adams St.
550 Hartford St.
Marionette Cottage Tourist Home Virginia Inn Tourist Home Garden Spot Tourist Home Virginia Hotel Lin-Mar Motel
604 Portland Ave. 1505 S. New Road 300 Doughty Road 1505 New Road 1420 So. New Road, Hwy. 9
Robins Nest Hotel Vincents Restaurant
615 River Road 263 Shrewsbury Ave.
Castle Inn Restaurant
11 New St.
South Pleasantville Fuller's Motel
Highway 9 & 4
Y.M.C.A Spot Sandwich Restaurant
40 Fowler St. - 121 Spring St.
Pondexter Apts. Hotel Glen Oak Hotel The Marion Hotel Arctic Ave. Hotel Vesta Hotel Dean's Tourist Home Lilian's Tourist Home Mrs. E. Crawley Tourist Home Hillside Motel
106 E. Schellinger Ave. 100 E. Lincoln St. Arctic & Spicer Ave. 3600 Arctic Ave. 4118 Park Blvd. 166 W. Young Ave. 134 W. Baker Ave. 3816 Arctic Ave. Highway 9
NEW YORK STATE Hotels
Albany •HOTEL BROADWAY 603 Broadway For Reservations Write or Phone — Phone 62-9222 Good Accommodations — Moderate Rates White Birch Motel Hwy. 9, 15 Miles No. of Albany Kenmore Hotel 76 Columbia Ave. Mrs. A. Oliver Tourist Home 42 Spring St. Dorsey's Restaurant Cor. Van Trumpet & Broadway 38
Bath Tuskegee Tourist Home
Little Harlem Hotel Y.M.C.A Montgomery Hotel Vendome Hotel Claridge Hotel Miss R. Scott Tourist Home Mrs. F. Washington Tourist Home Mrs._ G. Chase Tourist Home William Campbell Tourist Home Horseshoe Restaurant Crystal Restaurant Bar-B-Q Restaurant Empire Restaurant Elite Restaurant Apex Restaurant Apex Restaurant Alfreda's Restaurant
364 West Morris St. 494 Michigan Ave. 585 Michigan Ave. .486 Michigan Ave. 177 Clinton St. 38 Broadway 244 N. Division St. 172 Clinton St. 194 Clinton St. 210 Brunswick St. 212 William St. 534 Broadway 413 Michigan Ave. 454 Michigan Ave. 280 Broadway 311 Broadwaj 311 William St. 192 Broadway
Center Brunswick Twin Acres Motel
Highway 7, 6 miles North of Troy
Elmira Green Pastures Tourist Home
670 Dickinson St.
Ulenn Falls Hayes Cottage Tourist Home
Mrs. I. W. Herald Tourist Home Mrs. J. M. Brown Tourist Home
99 Sanford St. 51 W. 10th St. 108 W. 11th St.
Kingston Gordon Hotel
3 Canal St.
Mechanicsville Green's Tourist Home
Hutchinson Tourist Home W. L. Parker Tourist Home Mrs. R. Reynolds Tourist Home Mrs. Alice Ford Tourist Home Mrs. Brown Tourist Home Mrs. T. Davis Tourist Home A. E. Gabriel Tourist Home Mrs. M. Francis Tourist Home Mrs. F. T. Young Tourist Home
R.F.D. No. 1 1050 Center Ave. 627 Erie Ave. 419 1st Ave. 413 First St. 1202 Haeberie Ave. 319 12th St. 635 Erie Ave. 219 10th St. 421 1st St.
Port Jervis R. Pendelton Tourist Home
26 Bruce St.
Poughkeepsie Mrs. S. Osterholt Tourist Home 39
16 Crannell St.
Rochester Gibson Hotel Mrs. Allie O. King Tourist Home Mrs. Latimer Tourist Home La Rue Restaurant
461 Clariss 456 Clarissa 176 Clarissa 491 Clarissa
Foster House Hotel Mrs. Grant Thomas Tourist Home
St. St. St. St.
310 Dakota St. 1024 Albany
LaFleur Tourist Home James Tourist Home Mrs. John Parker Tourist Home
21 Cowan St. 17 Park St. 18 Cherry St.
The Savoy Hotel The Sylvan Tourist Home Y.M.C.A W. R. Farrish Tourist Home Aunt Edith's Restaurant
518 E. Washington 815 E. Fayette 340 Montgomery 809 E. Fayette 601% Harrison
Broad St. Inn Tourist Home Howard Tourist Home
St. St. St. St. St.
415 Broad St. 413 Broad St.
Woodruff Hotel E. F. Thomas Tourist Home V. H. Brown Tourist Home G. E. Deputy Tourist Home Mrs. Ruth Thomas Tourist Home Capitol Restaurant
Public Square 123 Union St. 502 Binase St. 711 Morrison St. 556 Morrison St. Court Square
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Braddock Hotel Woodside Hotel Grampion Hotel Y.M.C.A Y.W.C.A Revella Hotel Elton Hotel Cadillac Hotel Rich's Plaza Hotel Mel's Plaza Hotel America Hotel Richard Hotel Wilthom Hotel Dewey Square Hotel The Tenrub Hotel Hotel Theresa
126th St. & 8th Ave. 2424 7th Ave. 182 St. Nicholas Ave. 180 W. 135th St. 175 W. 137th St. ..307 W. 116th St. 227 W. 135th St. 235 W. 135th St. 35 Bradhurst Ave. 115 W. 118th St. 145 West 47th St. 6 Bradhurst Ave. 2027 7th Ave. 201-203 West 117th St. 328 St. Nicholas Ave. 2090 7th Ave.
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205 West 135th St. 515 West 145th St. 101 W. 145th St. 695 Lenox Ave. 208 W. 118th St. 501 W. 142nd St. 809 St. Nicholas Ave. 504 Manhattan Ave. 409 W. 145th St. 345 Edgecombe Ave. 2319 7th Ave. 317 W. 126th St. 2433 7th Ave. 2201 7th Ave. 210 W. 135th St. 2016 7th Ave. 41
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Brooklyn Pleasant Manor Hotel Garfield Hotel Lincoln Terrace Hotel Y.M.C.A Burma Hotel Lefferts Hotel Commodore Restaurant Continental Restaurant Jackson's Restaurant Dew Drop Restaurant Little Roxy Restaurant Spick & Span Restaurant G & H Restaurant Caravan Restaurant
218 Gates Ave. 160 Reid Ave. 1483 Pacific St. 405 Carlton Ave. 145 Gates Ave. 127 Lefferts Place 486 Tompkins Ave. 706 Nostrand Ave. 1558 Pulton St. 363 Halsey St. 490A Summer Ave. 70 Kingston Ave. 382 Sumner Ave. 377 Hancock St.
Guest House Hotel Carver Hotel Crotona Hotel Daniel's Restaurant
744 Kelly St. 980 Prospect Ave. 695 E. 170th St. - 1107 Prospect Ave.
Mrs. Lloyd King Tourist Home Friendship Restaurant
343 So. 10th Ave. 50 W. 3rd St.
Huguenot Hotel Harris Restaurant Week's Restaurant
242 Huguenot St. 29 Morris St. 68 Winyah Ave.
Del Rio Hotel Walnard's Restaurant Waldorf Restaurant Tarks Restaurant Field's Restaurant
160 Lafayette Ave. 79 Martine Ave. 102 Grove St. 372 Central Ave. 338 Tarrytown Rd.
Reno Hawthorne Tourist Home Floyd Garner Tourist Home
542 Valley Rd. 857 E. 2nd St.
Las Vagas Harrison Tourist Home Shaw Apt. Tourist Home
1001 No. 8th St. 619 Van Buren St.
Elko •LOUIS MOTEL
Hwy. 40 2 miles West of Elko 43
NEW HAMPSHIRE Hotels
Twin Mountain The Last Chance Motel
U. S. Highway 3
Hwy. 25, 8 Miles No. of Plymouth
Whitefield Mrs. Homer Mason Tourist Home
NEW MEXICO Hotels
Albuquerque Mrs. Kate Duncan Tourist Home Mrs. W. Bailey Tourist Home Bob's Apartments Tourist Home Aunt Brenda's Restaurant
423 N. Arno St. 1127 N. 2nd St. 1107 12th St., N.W. 406 North Arno St.
Mrs. A. Sherrell Tourist Home Deining La Mesa Gallup Mrs. Sonnie Lewis Tourist Home Casa Linda Motel
502 S. Haloquens
Lordsburg, N. M.
822 W. Soruce St. 109 Wilson St. U. S. 66
* HIGHTOWERS MOTEL * MODERN WITH PRIVATE BATH
1 Mile East of Lordsburg — Route 70 & 80 DIRECT ROUTE TO AND FROM THE WEST COAST Tel.: 024-R-3 LORDSBURG, N. M.
Las Cruces Lazy " E " Motel
U. S. Hwy. 80
Roswell •MRS. E. COLLINS B. Brown Sun Set Cafe-Restaurant
121 East 10th St. 313 W. Math. 115 E. Walnut St.
Rockett Inn Tourist Home Jones' Rooms Tourist •MITCHELL'S ROOMS TOURIST HOME Good Accommodations — Moderate Rates
524 W. Campbell St. Box 1002 406 North 3rd St.
Vado Fullers Motel
Highway 80 44
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NORTH CAROLINA Hotels
Asheville James Keys Hotel Y.W.C.A. Hotel Booker T. Washington Hotel Savoy Tourist Homes Palace Grille Restaurant
409 Southside Ave. 360 College St. 409 Southside Ave. Eagle & Market Sts. 19 Eagle St.
Alexander Hotel Ingram's Restaurant Addie Motel
523 N. McDowell St. 304 S. McDowell St. 516 N. Meyers St.
Biltmore Hotel DeShazor's Hostelry Bull City Restaurant College Inn Restaurant
332% E. Pettigrew St. 809 Fayetteville St. 412 Pettigrew St. 1306 Fayetteville
Fayetteville Restful Inn Hotel 1306 Fayetteville • J O N E S ' TOURIST HOME 311 Moore St. Rates: Single—$2.50; Double—$3.50 — Comfort & Convenience Mrs. L. C. McNeil Tourist Home 418 Gillespie St. Mayflower Grill Restaurant N. Hillsboro St. Silver Grill Restaurant 115 Gillespie St. Arthur's Sea Food Grill Restaurant 637 Person Silver Grill Restaurant 115 Gillespie St.
Greensboro â€˘MAGNOLIA HOTEL Plaza Manor Hotel Legion Club Hotel T. Daniels Tourist Home Mrs. Lewis Tourist Home I. W. Wooten Tourist Home
Paradise Restaurant Bell's Restaurant
Adams Tourist Home
442 Gorrel 511 Martin 829 E. Market 922 E. Market 829 E. Market 41 Lindsay
St. St. St. St. St. St.
314 Albemarle Ave. 310 Albemarle Ave. 526 Chestnut St.
Mrs. L. E. Ricks Tourist Home
Spring's Inn Hotel
Rhone Hotel H. C. Sparrow Tourist Home
DeLuxe Hotel Y.M.C.A Starksville Guest House Mrs. Charles Higgs Tourist Home Legion Home Restaurant New York Restaurant Stanton's Cafe-Restaurant
103 Chestnut St. 42 Queen St. 68 West St. 220 East Cabarrus St. 600 So. Bloodworth St. 809 East Bragg St. 219 East Lenoir 416 E. Cabarrus St. 108 E. Hargett St. 319 South East St.
Foster's Tourist Home
Dixie Restaurant Wright's Motel
106 E. Thomas State Highway 95
PopÂŠ Hotel Terminal Inn Hotel
Mrs. Fannie Jeffers Tourist Home
The Wilson Biltmore Hotel
Stevens Hotel Lincoln Hotel Y.M.C.A Charles H. Jones Tourist Home 46
Mill St. 539 E. Nash 526 East 4th -..9 E. 3rd - 410 N. Church 1611 E. 14th
St. St. St. St.
Wilmington Johnson's Restaurant Ollie's Restaurant
1007 Chestunt St. 415% S. 7th St.
PAYNE'S TOURIST HOME COMFORT & CONVENIENCE WHERE PARTICULAR PEOPLE STOP STEAM HEATED C. F. PAYNE-Proprietor
417 North 6th Street, Wlilmington, North Carolina Phone: Wilmington 6301
Akron Green Turtle Hotel Garden City Hotel Matthews Hotel R. Wilson Tourist Home
Federal & Howard St. Howard & Furnace 77 N. Howard St. 370 Robert St.
Cadiz Mrs. James Pettress Tourist Home
Cambridge End-O-Day Motel
..Hwy. 40 & 22, 5 Miles West of Cambridge
Cincinnati Terminal Hotel Club Tavern Hotel Y.W.C.A Lincoln Hotel Manse Hotel O. Steele Tourist Home Ethel Buckner Tourist Home Mom's Restauurant Perkins Restaurant Williams Restaurant Hide Away Restaurant Hill's Restaurant Naomi's Restaurant
1103 W. Spring St. 450 W. 7th St. 702 W. 8th St. 9th St. & Freeman Ave. 1004 Chapel St. 3065 Kerper St. 505 W. 8th St. 6th & John Sts. 430 W. 5th St. 1053 Freeman St. 524 W. 5th St. 645 Richmond St. 667 Linn St.
Helen Johnson Restaurant Ida Miller Restaurant Felix Savage Restaurant Tim Pang Restaurant
622 Mound 611 W. 6th George & John 514 W. 6th
Ward Hotel Phyllis Wheatly Hotel Carnegie Hotel Geraldine Hotel Y.M.C.A Majestic Hotel Mrs. Fannie Gilmer Tourist Home Mrs. Edith Wilkins Tourist Home Williams Restaurant Manhattan Restaurant State Restaurant
4113 Cedar Ave. 4300 Cedar Ave. 6803 Carnegie Ave. 2212 E. 40th St. E. 76th & Cedar 2291 E. 55th St. 10519 Kimberley Ave. 2121 E. 46th St. Central & E. 49th St. 9903 Cedar Ave. 7817 Cedar Ave.
Ford Hotel Lexington Hotel Macon Hotel Charlton Hotel Hawkins Hotel Litchferd Hotel Newford Hotel Deshler-Wallick Hotel Fort Hayes Hotel Garden Manor Hotel St. Clair Hotel Neil House Hotel Hawkins Tourist Home Cooper Tourist Home Cottage Restaurant & Sandwich Shop B. & B. Restaurant Southern Tea Room Bruce Latham Restaurant Belmont Restaurant Turner's Restaurant Atcheson Restaurant Duck Inn Restaurant
St. St! St! St.
179 N. 6th St. 180 Lexington Ave. 366 N. 20th St. 439 Hamilton Ave. 65 N. Monroe Ave North 4th St. 452% E. Long St. Board & High Sts. 31 W. Spring St. 91 Miami Ave. 338 St. Clair Ave. 35 South High St. 70 N. Monroe Ave. 259 N. 17th St. 540 N. 20th St. 2015 Persons Ave. 618 Long St. 317 Hosacks St. 689 E. Long St. 452% E. Long St. 1288 Atcheson St. 382 E. 5th St.
Dayton â€˘THOMAS HOTEL Y.M.C.A B. Lawrence Tourist Home
592 West 5th St. 907 W. 5th St. 206 Norwood St.
Lima Turner Hotel Mrs. A. Turner Tourist Home Sol Downton Tourist Home George Cook Tourist Home
1215 West Spring 1215 W. Spring 1124 W. Spring 230 S. Union
Mrs. Alex Cooley Tourist Homes Mrs. W. H. Hedmond Tourist Homes Worthington Tourist Home Porter Wood Tourist Home H. P. Jackson Tourist Home
St. St. St. St.
114 W. 26th St. 201 E. 22nd St. 209 W. 16th St. 1759 Broadway 2383 Apple Ave. 757 N. Bowman Street
Marietta Mrs. E. Jackson Tourist Home
213 Church St.
Sandusky Hunter Hotel
407 W. Market Street
Posey Hotel Y.M.C.A Y.W.C.A Mrs. M. E. Wilborn Tourist Home Posey Restaurant
209 S. Fountain Ave. Center St. Clarke St. 220 Fair St. 211 S. Fountain Ave.
Toledo •COOK'S TOURIST HOTEL 1736-38 Washington St. For Comfort & Hospitality — Reasonable Rates G. Davis Tourist Home 532 Woodland Ave. Mrs. J. Jennings Tourist Home 729 Indiana Ave. J. F. Watson Tourist Home 399 Pinewood Ave. P. Johnson Tourist Home 1102 Collingwood Blvd.
Y oungstown •HOTEL ALLISON Rates: Single—$4.00-$5.00; Double—$4.50 Y.M.C.A McDonald Hotel Royal Palms Hotel Hotel Rideout Gold Inn Hotel Belmont Tourist Home "Y" Restaurant Central Restaurant Bagnet Restaurant
212 North West Ave. 962 W. Federal St. 442 E. Federal St. 625 Hemrod St. 383 Lincoln Ave. 851 W. Federal St. 327 Belmont Ave. 962 Federal St. 137 S. Center St. 316 Covington St.
Zanesville Park Hotel L. E. Costom Tourist Home Little Harlem Restaurant
1561 W. Main St. 1545 W. Main St. Lee St.
Chickasha Boyd's Tourist Home
1022 Shepard Ave.
Enid Mrs. Johnson Tourist Home Edward's Tourist Home
217 E. Market St. 222 E. Park St.
James Tourist Home Mrs. M. A. Smith Tourist Home
People's Hotel Elliots Hotel
1002 E. Springer Ave. 317 E. Second St. 316 N. 2nd St. 111% So. 2nd St.
Little Page Hotel 219 N. Central Y.M.C.A _ ...614 N.E. 4th St. Canton Hotel 200 N.E. 2nd St. Hall Hotel 308 % N. Central •LA REL H O T E L & COFFEE SHOP 501 N.E. 8th St. Good Accommodations & Service — Tel.: CE 2-5382 Rates: Single—$3.77; Double—$5.10 — Reservations Advised Scrugg's Tourist Home 420 N. Laird St. Cortland Rooms Tourist Home 629 N.E. 4th St. Tucker's Tourist Home 315% N.E. 2nd St. Mrs. Lessie Bennett Tourist Home 500 N.E. 4th St. Eastside Food Shop 904 N.E. 4th St.
Shawnee Olison Hotel Slugg's Hotel M. Gross Tourist Home
501 S. Bell St. 410 So. Bell St. 602 S. Bell St.
511 E. Hobson St.
Seminole Due Drop Inn
116 W. Wewoka St.
Tulsa Y.W.C.A Lafayette Hotel McHunt Hotel Small Hotel Del Rio Hotel Miller Hotel W. H. Smith Tourist Home C. U. Netherland Tourist Home Art's Chili Parlor The Upstairs Dining Room Avalon Motel
1120 East Pine 604 E. Archer St. 1121 N. Greenwood St. - 615 E. Archer 607% N. Greenwood 124 N. Hartford St. 124% N. Greenwood 542 N. Elgin St. 110 N. Greenwood 119% N. Greenwood 2411 East Apache St. 50
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Portland Medley Hotel Y.W.C.A Barno's Restaurant
2272 N. Interstate Ave. N.E. Williams Ave. & Till N.E. Williams Ave. & Till
Allentown Southern Restaurant
372 Union St.
C. Bell Tourist Home Mrs. E. Jackson Tourist Home Mrs. H. Shorter Tourist Home
1420 Wash. Ave. 2138 18th St. 2620 8th St.
Bedford Springs . Harris Hotel
Penn. & West Sts.
. Pinn's Tourist Home
68 West Liberty
Harlem Hotel Moonglow Hotel
1909 W. 3rdr St. 225 Market St.
Ciesco Mrs. Daniel L. Taylor Tourist Home
Erie Pope Hotel
1318 French St.
German town Y.M.C.A
132 W. Rittenhouse
Harrisburg Palace Hotel 1304 North 7th St. Jackson's Hotel 1004 North 6th St. Jack's Hotel 1208 North 6th St. Wishing Well Motel Hwy. 22, 22 E. of Harrisburg •FRANCES TOURIST HOME 922 North 6th St. GUEST ACCOMMODATIONS — Moderate Rates Mrs. W. D. Jones Tourist Home 1531 North 6th St. Mrs. H. Carter Tourist Home 616 Foster St.
New Castle Y.W.C.A
140 Elm St.
Oil City Mrs. Jackson Tourist Home
258 Bissel Ave. 52
Philadelphia Bellevue-Stratford Hotel Benjamin Franklin Hotel Essex House Hotel Horseshoe Hotel Travelers Hotel Bea's Hotel Chesterfield Hotel Baltimore Hotel Woodson Hotel The Grand Hotel Douglas Hotel Elrae Hotel LaSalle Hotel Paradise Hotel Attucks Hotel Jung Hotel New Roadside Hotel Burrell's Tourist Home Ruth's Restaurant Y.M.C.A Y.W.C.A New Phain Hotel La Reve Hotel Ridge Hotel Pitts Hotel Carlyle Hotel Doris Hotel Hotel Radnor Marion's Restaurant Trott Inn Restaurant Collins Restaurant Doris Restaurant
Broad & Walnut Sts. 9th & Chestnut Sts. 13th & Filbert Sts. 12th & Lombard Sts. 316 So. Broad St. 1857 So. 17th St. Broad & Oxford Sts. 1438 Lombard St. 1414 Lombard St. .420 So. 15th St. Broad & Lombard Sts. 805 N. 13th St. 2026 Ridge Ave. 1627 Fitzwater St. 801 So. 15th St. 529 So. Broad St. 514 So. 15th St. 306 N. 40th St. 1848 No. 17th St. 1724 Christian St. 1605 Catherine St. 2059 Fitzwater Cor. 9th & Columbia Ave. 1610 Ridge Ave. 2716 Jefferson St. 1425 W. Poplar St. 2219 N. 13th St. 1330 Pine St. 1234 S. 46th St. 5030 Haverford Ave. 1515 South St. 849 N. Marshall St.
Pittsburgh Flamingo Hotel Bailey's Hotel Palace Hotel Ave. Hotel Ellis Hotel Agnes Taylor Tourist Home Birdie's Guest House B. Williams Tourist Home Mrs. Williams Tourist Home Dearling's Restaurant
2407 Wylie Ave. 1533 Center Ave. 1545 Wylie Ave. 1538 Wylie Ave. 5 Reed St. 2612 Centre Ave. 1522 Center Ave. 1537 Howard St. 5518 Claybourne St. 492 Culver St.
" . . . TWO WEEKS WITH PAY" These are the days of itching feet and lifting of the heart. Of course, , if you are among the luckier ones, whose lease on the seven-league boots may extend to three, four or even six weeks. In any event, we would like to offer some suggestions which may help you in planning your vacation this summer. No matter where your destination, you will need a good basic wardrobe. Not necessarily expensive but cool, easy to pack and suitable for the type of vacation planned. Basic rule should be dark cool cottons, sheers and lightweight rayons for city wear. Pastels, gay colored prints and seersuckers for the country. The fact that these materials are quickdrying makes it easier to be always neatly groomed on the hottest day. Don't forget children's clothes need just about as much careful planning. Sunsuits for the kids should be limited to country and beach wear only. As a tip to motorists, before you pack your bags, it is advisable to check with your car insurance agencies if you are planning trips outside the U. S., to see if coverage can be arranged. By way of conditioning motorists for safe driving, a set of rules were laid down in a recent nation-wide campaign by the President's Committee For Traffic Safety. We should all try to follow these rules throughout the year. Particularly on a vacation. The do's and don'ts on driving which the committee emphasized include: Obey all traffic regulations. Be sportsmanlike with fellow-drivers. Start earlier, progress slower and keep speed reasonable. Don't drink and drive. Danger increases with darkness; cut speed at dusk to keep within brake range of headlights. Stay in traffic lanes, do not pass without ample room and never do so o,n hills or curves. Keep ample stopping space between your car and the car ahead. Be watchful at intersections; be sure to signal your intentions to turn or stop. Check brakes, windshield wipers, tires and steering mechanism before you start on that trip. 54
Certain states prohibit the throwing of cans, trash, garbage, refuse or rubbish of any kind along public roads or highways. Violations are misdemeanors and punishable by fine or imprisonment or both. While we are on the subject of traffic regulations for your safety, let's not forget that wherever we may visit we must behave in a way to show we've been nicely bred and was taught good manners. So don't leave these valuable commodities home. Take them with you and display them at all times. As travellers we are good-will ambassadors of our race among those who perhaps are unfamiliar with us. For those who may wish to travel outside the continental United States, the Passport Office of the State Dept. has announced the new location of its offices. In moving to these new quarters they have reduced the time required in processing passports and credentials. The new address is: 1717 H St., N.W., Washington, D.C. This Spring, Fall and Winter, the airlines, railroads and steamship companies are offering the tourists excellent values in "package tours." Trans World Airlines has its new "Discount Fare Plan" applicable to either first-class air travel or low-fare Sky Tourist service. This plan may also be used by groups as well as individuals. Forty-three railroads have issued a new "Credit Card" good from coast-to-coast. This card permits credit on all member railroads for rail and Pullman tickets and for meals and refreshments on trains. Check with your travel agent or write Rail Travel Credit Agency, Room 436, Union Station, Chicago 6, 111., for further information. For those with the seven-league boots, such as teachers, students or just the "bunch from the office"; American President Lines has added two new round-the-world freighters with excellent passenger accommodations for a global trip. The "packaged tour" plan is also available for this type of travel. Another type of "packaged tour" on the luxury lines is 10-day to three Islands: Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Kingston, Jamaica; and Havana, Cuba. Over-all price minimum $275.00. Another 14-day plan to the West Indies with visits to St. Thomas, Antigua, Martinique, Venezuela, Trinidad, Grenada and Ciudad Trujillo. Over-all price minimum $350.00. In South America or the West Indies, of course you will have the use of automobiles in the cities or nearby outlying areas. But if you are the type who prefer to live excitingly, you'll probably wish to see what's on top of some of those beautiful mountains. The slopes of them are quite steep and other modes of transportation must be used. You will then become acquainted with the innocent-faced, sleepy-eyed donkeys or burros. These little animals are thick-skinned and self-opinionated. Thick-skinned to the abuse you may find yourself indulging in and self-opinionated in deciding when "you don't move me." However, after a few hours over a difficult trail you will grow to respect and appreciate their sure-footedness and good judgment. Visitors to New Mexico will find little if any racial friction there. The majority of the scores of motels across the State accepts guests 55
on the basis of "cash rather than color." Hotels, restaurants and theater owners assert they welcome and value the Negro customers' patronage highly. If you have seen and enjoyed the musical comedy "Plain and Fancy" you should visit Lancaster County in Pennsylvania. Here you will find the colorful people known as Pennsylvania Dutch. These "plain" people, some in the archaic but decidedly picturesque and captivating dress of the Mennonites, Amish and River Brethren. The serenity in the faces of these people shows that they truly are aware they are their brothers' keepers. Each summer the city of New York invites the visitor and gives the plush carpet treatment. The keys to the city are offered from June through to September. The movies and the theaters offer the best in entertainment, the department stores shopping bargains; the open air concerts in the parks and Stadium, dancing On-the-Mall, all the fun and excitement especially planned to please the visitor. These eleven weeks oi' all-out vacation pleasure is packaged and known as the New York Summer Festival. Ail this end Brooklyn tool The Dodgers yet| The days of our beloved Bums may be limited over there, but in the meantime you can see the World Series Championship flag waving proudly over Ebbets Field, Equipped with nothing more than a subway token and the price of a ferry ride, you can visit the Statue of Liberty National Monument, Bedloe's Island. Then there is Greenwich Village, just as quaint and arty in spite of the spanking new apartment buildings. Chinatown with its curio shops and oriental glamor. Times Square and Broadway, entertainment mecca of bright lights and raffish air. Fifth Avenue with its elegant stores and sleek, beautifully clad women. The horse drawn carriages in Central Park. The awesome architecture of the concrete palaces of the rich along upper Fifth Avenue. This Avenue that has withstood the clang and blare of countless parades. Pulsating, throbbing 125th Street, looking now for all the world like downtown Fifth Avenue. Dignified 135th St. where you will find the home of your Green Book, and its editor, Mr. Green to welcome you. Further up is the Polo Grounds AND Willie Mays. If you insist, there is also the Yankee Stadium, Elston Howard of course. Beyond that, in the Bronx, is the world famous grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, where thousands make their pilgrimage each year. So instead of seeing Naples and die, see New York and live.
Powell •WINTERS FARM For Reservations Tel. Towanda 233J2
Mrs. Virginia Winters
Pottstown Cedar Haven Motel
Pa. Hwy. 422, Bet. Reading & Pottstown
Mrs. C. Dawson
441 Buttonwood Ave.
Scranton •MRS. ELVIRA R. KING TOURIST HOME Comfortable Accommodations — Reasonable Rates
1312 Linden St.
Sellersville Mrs. Dorothy Scholls Tourist Home
Richardson Tourist Home
140 E. Chestnut St.
Mrs. Edward Randall Tourist Home
719 Matle St.
15 So. State St.
York Mrs. I. Grayson Tourist Home
32 W. Princess St.
RHODE ISLAND Hotels
Newport Mrs. F. Jackson Tourist Home Mrs. L. Jackson Tourist Home
28 Hall Ave. 35 Bath Rd.
Hines Tourist Home Retlaw House Tourist Home
462 North Main St. 24 Camp St.
SOUTH CAROLINA Hotels
Anderson Mrs. Sallie Galloway Tourist Home Ess-Tee Restaurant
C. F. Holland Tourist Home
James Hotel Mrs. Gladsen Tourist Home Mrs. Mayes Tourist Home
420 Butler St. 112 E. Church St. 1118 Richland Ave. 238 Spring St. 15 Nassau St. 82% Spring St.
Cheraw Mrs. M. B. Robinson Tourist Home Mrs. Maggie Green Tourist Home Liveoak Tourist Home College Inn Restaurant Gate Grill
211 Church St. Church Street 328 2nd St. 324 2nd St. Second St.
Columbia •MOTEL SIMBETH U. S. 1 8 miles North of Columbia Write to: Rt. 3 Box 988 — Phone: 4-9189 Y.W.C.A 1429 Park St. Nylon Hotel 918 Senate St. Mrs. Irene B. Evans Tourist Home 1106 Pine St. College Inn Tourist Home 1609 Harden St. Mrs. S. H. Smith Tourist Home 929 Pine St. Mrs. H. Cornwell Tourist Home 1713 Wayne Mrs. W. D. Chappelle Tourist Home 1301 Pine St. Beachum Tourist Home 2212 Gervais St. Mrs. J. P. Wakefield Tourist Home 816 Oak St. Green Leaf Restaurant 1117 Wash. St. Savoy Restaurant Old Winnsboro St. Cozy Inn Restaurant 1509 Harden St.
Darlington Mable's Motel
U. S. 52
Florence •EBONY GUEST HOUSE Richmond Tourist Home John McDonald Tourist Home Mrs. B. Wright Tourist Home Ace's Grill
Mrs. R. Anderson Tourist Home Mrs. D. Atkinson Tourist Home Jas. Becote Tourist Home Mrs. A. A. Smith Tourist Home
712 North Wilson 108 S. Griffin 501 S. Irby 1004 E. Cheeve 1109 E. Chenes
St. St. St. St. St.
424 Broad 811 Duke 118 Orange 317 Emanuel
Greenville Dr. Gibbs Tourist Home Miss M. J. Grimes Tourist Home Fowlers Restaurant
914 Anderson Rd. 210 Mean St. 16 Spring St.
Mullins E. Calhoun's Tourist Homes
Fitzgerald's Motel Charles Motel
535 N. Smith St. Carver St. Myrtle Beach
Orangeburg, S. C. •JOHNSON'S TOURIST HOME Rates: Single—$2.00; Double—$3.00 58
1220 Lancaster St. "A Home Away from Home"
Spartanburg Mrs. O. Jones Tourist Home Mrs. L. Johnson Tourist Home Mrs. M. Davis Restaurant
255 N. Dean St. 307 N. Dean S. Wofford
Edmonia Shaw Tourist Home Mrs. Julia E. Byrd Tourist Home C. H. Bracey Tourist Home Johnnie Williams Tourist Home
206 Manning Ave. 504 N. Main 210 W. Oakland Highway 15A
Walterboro Keynote Restaurant
Windy Hill Beach Gordon Motel
SOUTH DAKOTA Hotels
Aberdeen Alonzo Ward Hotel Virginia Restaurant
S. Main St. 303 S. Main St.
211 Custer Ave. (U. S. 16 & 85)
A. B. C. Motel
U. S. 212
Mrs. J. Moxley Tourist Home
915 N. Main
5th Ave. & 212 Motel
U. S. 212
Bristol Mrs. M. C. Brown Tourist Home Mrs. A. D. Henderson Tourist Home
225 McDowell 301 McDowell St.
Y.M.C.A Dallas Hotel Lincoln Hotel Martin Hotel Peoples Hotel Harris Hotel Mrs. Etta Brown Tourist Home Mrs. J. Baker Tourist Home Y.W.C.A. Tourist Home J. Carter Tourist Home Thomas Chicken Shack Restaurant La Grand Restaurant 59
793 E. 9th 230% E. 9th 1101 Carter 204 E. 9th 1104 Carter 110% Carter 1129 E. 8th 843 E. 8th 839 E. 8th 1022 E. 8th 235 E. 9th 205 E. 9th
St. St. St. St. St. St. St. St. St. St. St. St.
Clarksville Northington Tourist Home Kate Stewart Tourist Home
717 Main St. 500 Poston St.
Mrs. E. B. Gaylor Tourist Home
253 Natchez St.
Booker T. Motel
U. S. 79 & 70A
Y.W.C.A Hartford Hotel Rollins Tourist Home Anderson's Tourist Home Ron-Doo-Voo Restaurant
329 Temperance St. 219 E. Vine St. 302 E. Vine St. 501 E. Church St. 1206 E. Main Ave.
Timberlake Tourist Home
Marguette Hotel Travelers Hotel Mitchells Hotel Larraine Hotel Eosary Hotel Hotel Queen Ann Mrs. E. M. Wright Tourist Home Scott's 'Restaurant
500 Linden St. 347 Vance Ave. 160 Hernando St. Mulberry at Huling Sts. 181 Beale Ave. 228 Vance Ave. 896 Polk Ave. 368 Vance Ave.
Moore's Tourist Home Mrs. M. E. Howland Tourist Home
State & University Sts. 439 E. State
Y.M.C.A Grace Hotel Ritz Hotel Carver Courts Y.W.C.A Brown's Hotel Bryant House Hotel •DELMAR HOTEL Mrs. Faulkner Tourist Home Martha's Restaurant
4th & Charlotte Aves. 1122 Cedar Ave. 1206 Jefferson St. White's Creek Pike 436 5th Ave., N. 1610 Jefferson St., North 500 8th Ave. So. East 1820 Jefferson 1512 Phillips St. 309 Cedar St.
Amarillo Watley Hotel Tennessee Hotel Tom's Place Restaurant
112 Van Buren St. 206 Van Buren St. 322 W. Third St.
Mrs. Lizzie Simon Tourist Home 60
308 N. Howe St.
Austin De Luxe Hotel Mrs. J. W. Frazier Tourist Home Mrs. J. W. Duncan Tourist Home Mrs. W. M. Tears Tourist Home Porter's Tourist Home
1103 Navasota 810 E. 13th 1214 E. 7th 1203 E. 12th 1315 E. 12th
St. St. St. St. St.
Whitney Hotel Hotel Theresa Mrs. B. Rivers Tourist Home Long's Bar-B-Q
2997 Pine 875 Neches 730 Forsythe 539 Forsythe
St. St. St. St.
Horace Crecy's Tourist Home Avalon Restauranut Skylark Restaurant Blue Willow Restaurant Square Deal Restaurant Royal Restaurant Fortuna Restaurant
1710 Lexington Ave 1510 Ramirez 1216 N. Staples 806 Winnebago 810 Winnebago 1222 N. Staples St. 1307 N. Staples St.
Mrs. R. Lee Tourist Home
712 E. 4th St.
Bogel Hotel Howard Hotel Lewis Hotel Powell Hotel Y.M.C.A Y.W.C.A 8th St. Motel Triple "A" Motel 2nd Ave. Motel Green Acres Motel Palm Cafe Restaurant Shalimar Restaurant Beaumont Barbeque Restaurant
821 Bogel St. 3118 San Jacinto St. 302% N. Central St. 3115 State St. 2700 Flora St. 3525 State St. 1937 8th St. 1839 Ft. Worth Ave. 214 Long 1711 McCoy St. 2213 Hall St. 2219 Hall St. 1815 N. Field
El Paso Murray Theater Hotel Daniel Hotel A. Winston Tourist Home Mrs. S. W. Stull Tourist House C. Williams Tourist Home
218 S. Mesa Ave. 413 S. Oregon St. 3205 Almeda St. 511 Tornillo 1507 Wyoming St.
Fort Worth Y.M.C.A Hotel Jim Evan's Tourist Home Green Leaf Restaurant Clover Motel Mohawk Hotel
1604 Jones 413-15 E. Fifth 1213 E. Terrell 315 E. 9th 1901 East 4th 217 East 15th 61
St. St. St. St. St. St.
Galveston Oleander Hotel Gus Allen Hotel Mrs. J. Pope Tourist Home Armstrong's Motel Freeman Tourist Home
421 % 25th St. 2710 Ave. F 2824 Ave. M
Chat & Chew Restaurant
615 N. Mill St.
1414 29th St.
Crystal Hotel Cooper's Hotel La Jayo Hotel Ajapa Hotel New Day Hotel Golden Key Motel Sid's Ranch Lincoln Restaurant Eva's Restaurant Oriental Restaurant
3308 Lyons Ave. 1011 Dart St. 4024 Lyons Ave. 2412 Dowling St. 1912 Dowling St. Highways 90A & 59 8051 W. Montgomery Conti & Jenson 1617 Dowling St. 2751 Lyons Ave.
La Casa Motel Bailey Tourist Home
U. S. 80, 2 Miles West 1103 W. Grand Ave.
Carleton Hotel Mrs. M. Carroll Restaurant
1 W. Commerce St. 109 N. Belknap St.
Watson's Hotel King Sandwich Restaurant
301 N. Lee
Orange Monticello Hotel
209 Park Ave.
Brown Rigg Hotel Mrs. I. Scott Tourist Home
322 N.E. 2nd St. 405 N.E. 2nd St.
Ritz Hotel Shadowland Restaurant Tick Tock Restaurant
708 Texas Ave. 632 W. 7th St. 536 W. 7th St.
San Antonio Manhattan Hotel Nolan Hotel Ross Hotel Ritz Motel Mundy Tourist Home Mamie's Restaurant Silver Slipper Restaurant
735 E. Commerce 525 Nolan St. 126 N. Mesquite St. 2958 Commerce St. 129 N. Mesquite St. 1833 E. Houston St. 506 S. Gevers
Mrs. Thomas Tourist Home. W. Langston Tourist Home
516 N. Border St. 1010 N. Border St. 62
Texarkana Casino Restaurant Lola Hotel Sunset Motel
504 West 3rd St. 214 Oak St. 1508 North St
Ebony Motel College View Motel Givens Motel B. Ashford Tourist Home Harlem Restaurant Ideal Restaurant
Old Dallas Highway East Elm St. 1225 % Elm St. 902 N. 8th St. 123 Bridge St. 902 N. 8th St.
Mrs. M. Johnson Tourist Home Mrs. N. Lowe Tourist Home Mrs. N. Jones Tourist Home
427 E. Main St. 418 E. Main St. 430 E. Main St.
Bridges Hotel E. B. Jeffrey Tourist Home Mrs. L. Winson Hourist Home Plaza Hotel
404 Sullivan 509 Juarez 607 Juarez 423 Flood
St. St. St. St.
UTAH Hotels — Motels Ogden Royal Hotel Salt L a k e City Jenkins Hotel Sam Sneed Hotel Y.W.C.A St. Louis Hotel
Restaurants 2522 Wall Ave.
250 W. South 250 W. South 306 E. 242% West South
Temple Temple 3rd St. Temple
Burlington The Pates Hotel Mrs. William Sharper Tourist Home
86-90 Archiband St. 242 North St.
Manchester Clyde Blackwells Hotel
Northfield Cole's Tourist Home
7 Sherman Ave.
Rutland Meade Cottage Tourist Home
24 High St.
Alexandria J. T. Holmes Tourist Home
803 Gibbon St.
Bristol MOROCCO MOTEL & GRILL "Most M odern in the So nth" STEAKS
PRIED C H I C K E N
1200 MOORE STREET ON U. S. RT. 11 Write or Phone - North 4963 - - North 9137 MR. & VIRS. L. B. POOKRUM & SON, Props.
Buckroe Beach Bay Shore Hotel
13 West 5th St.
U. S. Highway 1-301
Charlottesville Carver Inn Hotel Chauffeur's Rest Tourist Home Alexander's Tourist Home
701 Preston Ave. 129 Preston Ave. 413 Dyce St.
Mrs. Loretta S. Watson Tourist Home Silver Star Restaurant
219 Lexington St. 208 So. Maple Ave.
Culpeper •MAPLE REST
1018 S. Main St.
Danville Mrs. M. K. Page Tourist Home Mrs. S. A. Overby Tourist Home Yancey's Tourist Home Mrs. Mary L. Wilson Tourist Home Blue Room Restaurant
Mrs. K. Wiley Tourist Home Reid's Restaurant
434 Holbrook St. Holbrook St. 320 Holbrook St. 401 Holbrook 358 Holbrook St. 626 Main St. 236 Main St.
McGuire Hotel Rappahannock Hotel
521 Princess Anne St. 520 Princess Anne St. 64
Hampton Savoy Hotel ... Abraham's Restaurant
Mrs. Ida M. Francis Tourist Home
Rose Inn The Franklin Tourist Home Washington Restaurant
140 W. Queen St. 39th St. & Hi'Way 252 N. Main 331 No. Main St. 9 Tucker St. 16 N. Main St.
Camp Lewis Mountain Tourist Home
Douglas Hotel Phyllis Wheatley Y.W.C.A Mrs. C. Harper Tourist Home Mrs. N. P. Washington Tourist Home Mrs. Smith Tourist Home Happyland Lake Tourist Home
Route 29 613 Monroe St. 1109 8th St. 611 Polk 504 Jackson 812 5th Ave.
Cosmos Hotel Ritz Tourist Home Mrs. W. E. Barron Thomas E. Reese Mrs. C. Stephens Tourist Home Stop Light Restaurant
620 25th St. 636 25th St. 2123 Jefferson 636 25th St. 1909 Marshall 601 25th St.
Norfolk â€˘PLAZA HOTEL Wheaton Hotel Tatum Inn Hotel Russell's Restaurant & Grill
1757 Church St. 633 E. Bramleton Ave. 453 Brewer St. 816 Church St.
Lord Nelson Motel Hwy. 1 & 301, Bet. Petersubrg & Richmond The Walker House Hotel 116 South
Phoebus Horton's Hotel Horton's Restaurant
County & Mellon Sts. County & Mellon Sts.
Portsmouth Omicron Hotel
Slaughters Hotel Harris Hotel Eggleston Hotel Y.W.C.A
200 S. Green St. 529 N. 2nd St. 200 E. Clay St. 2nd & Leigh 515 N. 7th St.
Roanoke Dumas Hotel Colvin's Tourist Home Y.W.C.A
Henry St., N. W. 16 Gilmer Ave., N. W. 208 2nd St., N. W.
Pine Oak Inn
Hwy. 460, Pine Oak Heights
Pannell's Inn, Tourist Home Johnson's Restaurant
613 N. Augusta St. 301 N. Central Ave.
Melvin Brown, Prop.
McGuire's Inn Hotel Mark Haven Beach Hotel
Marsh St. Tel.: Hillcrest 3-3871
Lawson Tourist Home
227 Alexander Pike
Baker House Hotel
419 Nicholson St.
Evans Hotel Ruth's Restaurant Dunbar Tea Room
224 Sharp St. 128 E. Cecil St. 21 W. Hart St.
Everett Mrs. J. T. Payne Tourist Home
1632 Rainier St.
Atlas Hotel Green Hotel Olympus Hotel Eagle Hotel Mar Hotel Welcome Annex Hotel
420 Maynard St. 711 Lane St. 413 Maynard St. 408 % Main St. ..520 Maynard Ave. 613% Jackson Ave.
Monte Carlo Hotel Travelers Restaurant
- 1555 Tacoma Ave. 1506% Pacific Ave.
WEST VIRGINIA Hotels — Motels Beckley New Pioneer Hotel Bluefield Traveler's Inn Hotel Hotel Thelma
340 S. Fayette Street 602 Raleigh St. 1047 Wayne St. 66
Charleston Brown's Hotel Ferguson's Hotel Penn's Hotel The Hut Restaurant
Capitol & Donnelly Sts. Washington St. .West Charleston 1329 Washington St.
Mrs. Ruby Thomas Lodgings
309 Water St.
Franklin Hotel Franklin
129 % Main St.
Grafton Mrs. Geo. Jones Lodgings Jones' Restaurant
Front St. Latrobe St.
The Price House Hotel Maya's Guest House
109 2nd Ave. State St.
The Ross House Hotel Mrs. C. J. Barnett Lodgings
911 8th Ave. 810 7th Ave.
129 % Main Street
New Royal Hotel
223 Gaines St.
Morgantown Mrs. Linnie Mae Slaughter Lodgings Mrs. Jeannette 0. Parker Lodgings
3 Cayton 2 Cayton
Moundsville Mrs. Blanche Campbell Lodgings
1206 4th St.
Northfork Houchins Hotel & Cafe
Welch Capehart Hotel
14 Virginia Ave.
Wheeling, W. Va. • B L U E TRIANGLE BRANCH, Y.M.C.A Write for Reservations — Moderate Rates Mrs. W. C. Turner Tourist Home Blue Goose Restaurant
108 12th Street 114 12th Street 1035 Chapline Street
Fond Du Lac Mrs. E. Pirtle Tourist Home V. Williams Tourist Home
45 E. 11th St. 97 S. Seymour St.
Hillcrest Hotel Mrs. N. Brown, Rooming House 67
504 W. Galena St. 920 W. Wright St.
Mrs. M. Burns, Rooming House Johnson's Rooming House Mrs. S. King Rooming House Pastell Lampkins Rooming House North Side Restaurant Larry's Restaurant Carl's Restaurant Christine's Restaurant Hargroves Restaurant Barnes Restaurant Hickory Restaurant Sun Flower Restaurant Boatner's Restaurant Chicken Shack Restaurant Gay Paree Restaurant Eddie Restaurant
1241 N. 6th St. 1033 W. Somers St. 2328 W. 12th St. 2427 N. 14th St. 2141 N. 10th St. 619 W. Walnut St. 628 W. Juneau Ave. 614 W. Juneau 1443 N. 3rd St. 409 W. Brown St. 1243 W. McKinley St. 500 W. Vine St. 709 W. Walnut St. 537 W. Walnut St. 7th & Galena Sts. 504 W. Galena St.
Mrs. David J. Rudd Tourist Home Blue Spruce Motel
646 E. "A" St. 1914 Yellowstone, East
Yellow Front Restaurant Hobert Westbrook Tourist Home
Collins Tourist Home Liberty Motel
11 E. Front St. I l l E. Front St. 915 7th Ave. U. S. 30
ALASKA Fairbanks Savoy Hotel
"Archlyn Villa," Guest House Packwood's Liquor Store Dowling's Cycle Livery
Wellington St. Walter St. York St.
Richmond House Hotel Milestone Guest House
Richmond Rd. Coxs Hill
W. Pembroke â€˘MILESTONE GUEST HOUSE Sunset Lodge Guest House
Cox's Hill P. O. Box 413
Mrs. Leon Eve Guest House Homeleigh Guest House Hilton Manor Guest House
Snake Rd. Mrs. D. Eave, Prop. Mrs. W. Tucker, Prop. 68
NATIONWIDE HOTEL ASSOCIATION The Nationwide Hotel Association's bulletin is titled "Hospitality" and that is just what this great Negro hotel association means; plus "Service." They are organized to better serve the public—the millions of people who travel the year round for business and vacations. The bulletin was received at our office before we went to press and we want to quote to you excerpts of an address by Mr. Dykes Brookins, national president, at a reception held at the new Dunbar Hotel, Washington, D.C. entitled, "The Challenge to the Negro Hotel Owners." "Today we are making rapid strides in the field of interracial relations. In almost every section of the country color barriers are being broken down. Segregation created the need for the Negro businessman as we know him. Negroes in the past went into business to meet the needs of our people because other businessmen did not want our business. From the beginning we planned only to serve the Negro public; we had a monopoly. As a result the Negro Businessman is not prepared to enter the market serving all people. The N H A is aware of this problem and believes that the salvation of the Negro business man and particularly in the hotel industry lies in raising standards. I am convinced the Negro traveler would just as soon stop among his own if he could get—not comparable, but fair accommodations. Negro hotels are meeting this problem each year, the month of March is set aside as Clean Up-Paint Up Month and every member is expected to take part and make a contribution to the success of this month-long campaign. Every hotel owner is expected to make some improvement in his place. "Some will modernize the lobby—others will install a new heating system or improve the plumbing. Some will replace old worn furniture— others will install new modern lighting fixtures. Some will put in airconditioning—others will add private baths or install wall to wall carpeting. All are expected to go through their hotels from top to bottom with a list of items on a special form sent out from the main office, thoroughly inspect and put in first class working order. "The month of April is set aside as Public Inspection Month, when the general public is invited to come and see the improvements that have been made. "Yes the program of the N H A is an ambitious one," Brookins stated, but one designed with the interest of the traveling public in mind. "We want you to have confidence in us, in our program, in our abilit" to see this thing through. A confidence tempered with understanding and patience; knowing that these problems which cannot be solved overnight, are, nevertheless being given the very best attention that organization and trained minds can give them. "We want you to patronize those establishments who are members of the NHA, because in spite of all the problems and handicaps, standards are being raised, services are being improved, buildings are being modernized and well equipped motels are being built throughout the country where they are needed. "When you are traveling, stop at a hotel, motel or guest house that displays the NHA emblem—they are "Your friendly hosts from Coast to Coast." aq
Hamilton Imperial Hotel Ripleigh Guest House Blue Jay Restaurant The Spot Restaurant
Church St. Mrs. Doris Pearman Church St. Burnaby St.
CANADA Collingwood Cedar Inn Tourist Home
P. O. Box 265
Leamington Church's Motel
Mrs. Cummings Tourist Home Davis Tourist Home Mrs. N. P. Morse Tourist Home Mendes Beauty Parlor
764 Atwater Ave. ..1324 Torrence St. 932 Calumet PL 2036 St. Antoine St.
Niagara Falls Mrs. M. Newman Tourist Home
1090 McRae St.
CARIBBEAN Barbadoes, St. Michael West Gate Guest House
West Gate, Landsend
St. John's, Antigua American House
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti Beau Site Hotel
Redcliff Street Frank Cardozo, Prop.
Nassau, Bahamas Shalimar Hotel
P. 0. Box 606
Frederiksead, St. Croix, V. I. Clovercrest Hotel
James Littlejohn Motel
Monterrey Hotel Genova
Jacala Pemex Tourist Home
Tamazunchale Pemex Tourist Home
Cuernavaca Butch's Manhattan Tourist Home
On the Highway
Mexico City Hotel Carlton The Waikiki Night Club
Ignacia Marisca Paseo de la Reforma 70
THE GREEN BOOK VACATION GUIDE The purpose of this Vacation Section is to assist you in planning your vacation and help you make it the most enjoyable one you ever had. Make your selection from the many Vacation Resorts listed. Find the resort that best suits your budget and mood. To secure your reservations, we suggest that you write to the resort of your choice. In order to assure you the maximum of accommodation and service, the publishers of the Negro Traveler's Green Book, are happy to place their Vacation Reservation Service at your disposal. Our Advertisers are ready and able to welcome you with the comfort and service that will assure you of the greatest in vacation pleasure. The "GREEN BOOK" Travel Department is at your service at all times, whether you are planning a trip for Vacation or Business. This service is Absolutely Free to all Green Book Travelers'. For complete confidence in making the best decisions . . . WHERE AND HOW TO GO . . . WHERE TO STOP . . . we recommend that you make your reservations with the â€˘Advertisers of the Negro Travelers' "Green Book." Upon request, and without obligation, we will gladly furnish all necessary information and make all reservations for you. WRITE TO: VACATION SERVICE VICTOR H. GREEN & COMPANY 200 WEST 135th STREET NEW YORK 30, N. Y.
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Dadd's Hotel, 359 Beach St. Sea View Hotel, 392 Beach St. Home of Hawkins, 372 Beach St.
DELAWARE MILLSBORO FRANKFORD REHOBOTH BEACH
Rosedale Beach Briarwood Farm Mallory Cabins, Mrs. Mary E. Mallory Dixon's, 379 Beach St.
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FAYETTE Pine Cone Lodge, P. O. Box 12 NORTH BRIDGETON Benedic Lodge NORCROSS POND Lodge Norcross WEST SCARBOROUGH Spring Hill Farm, R.F.D. 1 WELLINGTON Mrs. E. Walker, 743 Shestnut St., Camden, N. J. YORK Jewell Inn, Ridge Rd. Spend Your V a c a t i o n
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Whip-or-Will Cottage Rt. 1, Box 153 Three Sisters CONSTANTINE _ Double J. Ranch, Jean S. Jones BAY SHORE Zac White Pines BITLEY (Woodland Park Resort Old Dears Rest, Rt. 1 Dagg's Cottage, Rt. 1 Everett Rest Haven, Rt. 1 Royal Breeze Hotel, Rt. 1 Caslen's Blue Bell Garden, Rt. 1 COVERT Scott's, Country Villa, Rt. 1, Box 53 Pitchford's Big Tower Children's Camp Mable's Place HART Bryson's, on the Hilltop, 202 N. State St. HARTFORD Matthew Burgess' Place IDLEWILD Club El Morocco, Rt. 1, Box 186A Bask-Inn, Broadway & Hemlock Douglas Manor, P. 0. Box 794 McKnight's Par. Pal., P. 0. Box 75 White Way Inn, Broadway 73
Lydia ^ p Q Box gl Rosana Tavern, Lake Drive Nichol's Home, P. 0. Box " B " Morton's Motel, P. O. Box 116
The Pomiserania Lodge Rooms & Meals — Box 815 PAW PAW
Trails End Resort Pit's Resort, Rt. 1, Box 131 ROSE CENTER Medicine Acres, 8775 Water St. SOUTH HAVEN Johnson's Shady Nook, Rt. 1, Box 102 Twin Star Resort, Rt. 3, Box 245 Clare Harris' Resort, Rt. 4, Box 38 Evergreen Resort THREE RIVERS Wilson's Farm, Rt. 2, Box 344 Jordan's Home, Rt. 2, Box 546 VANDALIA (Paradise Pk. Resort) Three Sisters, Rt. 1
MARYLAND ANNAPOLIS BENEDICT COLTON „ HURLOCK ANGOLA FALMOUTH FRANKLIN GREAT BARRINGTON OSTERVILLE HYANNISPORT BILLERICA CANTON KINGSTON MASHPEE NORWELL OAK BLUFFS
Carr's Beach Sparrow's Point, P. O. Box 266 Violet Belles Hotel Shirley K Hotel Camp Cal-Mar
Pryor's Country Place, R. R. No. 2
La Casa Linda, Indiana Ave. The Franklin House, 509 Maple St. Crawford's Inn, 14 Elm St. The Roost, P. O. Box 488 Dr. M. C. Thompson, 181 Windsor Hilltop, P. O. Box205 Galehurst, P. O. Box 583 Peter Pan House, 808 West St. Whispering Williw, 808 West St. Camp Twin Oaks Kingston Inn Camp Maushop, P. O. Box 7 The Guest House, P. O. Box 234 .Norwell Pines, P. O. Box 234 Brownies Cottage, P. O. Box 788 The Eastman's, P. O. Box 1221 O'Brien House, 220 Circuit Ave. Shearer Cottage Scott's Cottage, P. O. Box 1131 Cinderella Cottage, 36 Pequot Ave. Maxwell Cottage, P. O. Box 1354 Lill & Delta Cottage, School St. 74
STOCKBRIDGE WAREHAM WEST HYANNIS WILLIAMSTOWN
Parkview House, Park St. Clipper Cabins, 294 Elm St. West Hyannis Port, Craryville Rd. Hart's Camp
MINNESOTA PINE RIVER BACKUS
Ware's Resort, 50 Lakes Rt. Pine Mt. Camp
NEW YORK STATE ALLABEN ATHENS BLOOMINGBURG CATSKILL CHESTERTON CLINTON CORNERS CUDDEBACKVILLE EDDIEVILLE GREENWOOD LAKE
GLENHAM GLEN FALLS HOLMES HUNTER HIGH FALLS ROSENDALE NAPANOCH KINGSTON STONE RIDGE WEST BROOKVILLE KERHONKSON KINGSTON LAKE GEORGE LAKE PLACID LIVINGSTON MANOR MECHANICSVILLE MONROE MONTGOMERY OTISVILLE NEW YORK CITY, N. Y PARKSVILLE
Camp Bryton Rock Riverview, R. F. D. 1 Harper's Lodge Camp Sky Mountain, R. F. D. 1, Box 195 Johnson's Inn, Cauterskill Ave. Crystal Lake Lodge The Patches, Jameson Hill Rd. Paradise Farm Boston Terrace Arrow Lodge La Part Cabins in the Sky Just Haven Mrs. Louise Taylor, P. O. Box 314 Farm Lake House Graysom's Lodge, Red School Road McFerson's Hotel, 52 Glen St. Lake Drew Lodge Notch Mountain House P. O. Box 5 Clove Valley Dude Ranch Wickie Wackie Club Rosendale Gardens, P. 0. Box 154 Shangri-La Country Club Lang's Ranch, Route4, Box 302 Hy Charles Farm, Box 303 PGS* Lssr Bates Glen Terrace Hotel Rainbow Acres Moulton's Retreat, R. F. D. 4, Box 251 Woodbine Cottage, 75 Dieskau St. Dreamland Cottage, 41 Mckinley St. Camp Parkside, Woodland Terrace Hillside Camp Comfort Inn, R. F. D. 1 Lakeside Farm Mrs. Lottie Henderson, R. F. D. 1 Sumphaven Ladge, R. F. D. New Rd. Hilltop House King's Lodge Mountainside Farm, P. O. Box 207 Brucewood, 321 W. 125th St. Vivian's Farm, Sunset Acres, P. O. Box 128 75
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Smith Haven, R.F.D. 2 Maple Tree Inn, P. O. Box 116 New Mt. View House, P. O. Box 120 Richards, 29 Ballston Ave Spa, 1 W. Harrison St. Guiana Rest, 31 Federal St. Jemmott's Inn, 22 Cowen St. Branchcomb Cottage, 18 Cherry St. James' Guest House, 17 Park St.
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White Wall Manor Mountain View Farm, E. F. D. 16 The Cecil Lodge, R. F. D. 76
SIDNEY CENTER SPRING VALLEY WARWICK WEST BROOKVILLE VERBANK VALLEY COTTAGE VEGA
4-D Manor Farmhouse White Birches, S. Pascack Rd. Appalachian Lodge, R.F.D. 1, Box 53 White Horse Lodge Sunset Hill Farm Mountain View Ave. Gordon Farms
Long Island AMITYVILLE DEER PARK EAST MEREDITH GREENPORT LONG BEACH MEDFORD HAMMELS PATCHOGUE QUOGUE _
ROCKAWAY BEACH SAG HARBOR SOUTHOLD SOUTHAMPTON
Van Winn Villa, Albany Ave. & Reed Rd. Deer Haven, 1531 Deer Park Ave. Stone House, Mrs. C. B. Simkins Sea Breeze Cottage, 321 7th St., R.F.D. Bay View, 722 Bay Drive Gordon Heights Rest Flor's Cottage, P. 0. Box 211 The Cherokee, 217 Beach 76th St. Martin Acres, Yaphank Rd. Shirmecock Arms, Jessup Ave. Williams Cottage Arch Cottage, P. O. Box 761 Regina House, 223 Beach 77th St. Ocean View, 232 Beach 77th St. The Cherokee, 217 Beach 76th St. Douglas Cottage Cherry-Wells Brung, P. 0. Box 571 Starlight Rest, 111 Pelletreau St. Kellis Rest, P. O. Box 112 Ross Acres, Box 536
NEW JERSEY ASBURY PARK
Wright's Cottage, 153 Sylan Ave. Ada's Cottage, 1404 Sumerfield Waverly, 138 DeWitt Ave. Gladstone Cottage, 1701 Bangs Ave. Hotel Carver, 312 Myrtle Ave. Jones Cottage, 1720 Arctic Ave. Apex Rest, Indiana & Ontario Aves. Gambrill's, 501 N. Indiana Ave. Hawkin's, 1114 Baltic Ave. Village Inn, 1801 Arctic Ave. Wright's Hotel, 1702 Arctic Ave. Liberty Hotel, 1519 Baltic Avenue
VISIT ATLANTIC CITY The Ideal Spot for Week-end Outings or a Complete Vacation BOARDWALK CHURCHES AMUSEMENTS NIGHT-CLUBS PIERS BEACHES SWIMMING FISHING HORSE BACK RIDING EXCELLENT MEALS GOOD HOTELS AND GUEST HOUSES For Reservations and Complete Information Contact:
CONVENTION BUREAU THE ATLANTIC CITY BOARD OF TRADE 111 N. Indiana Avenue Atlantic City, N. J. Phone 4-0843 C. J. NEWSOME, Chairman SADIE BROOKS, Office Secretary Dr. C. M. CAIN, Exec. Secretary
CAPE MAY CLIFFWOOD FARMINGDALE LONG BRANCH LONG BRANCH West End MAHWAH OCEAN CITY NEPTUNE MILLINGTON MIDVALE NORTH LONG BRANCH LAKEHURST
Pleasant View House, 504 11th Ave. LaPetite Cottage, 502 16th Ave. Baldwin Cottage, 610 11th Ave. Riverview Inn, 710 8th Ave. Sadie's Guest House, 1304 E. St. Stiles, 821 Corgie St. Forbes Beach, P. O. Box 231 Mrs. N. Perry, R. F. D. No. 1 Box 400 Blue Top Cottage, Shark River Rd. Albreco Anchorage, 395 Atlantic Metropolitan Seashore Home, 8 Cottage Ave. Idle-Eese-Inn Josie Rue Acres, P. O. Box 184 Hotel Comfort, 201 Bay Ave. Bryson's, 6th & Simpson Ave. Edna-Mae's, 921 West Ave. Busy Bee Cottage, 446 Fisher Ave. Shore Villa, 316 Myrtle Ave. Playland Farms Camp Midvale Shady Nook Cottage, 71 Atlantic Ave. Robertson's Farm 78
NEW GRETNA PLEASANTVILLE
Oaklawn Country Club Fuller's, 1401 S. New Rd. Morris Beach, 401 Bayview Ave. Garden Spot, 300 Doughty Rd. Marionette Cottage, 604 Portland Red Oaks Rest ..Rainbow End Laster Cottage, 419 Morris Ave. McDaniel Farm, 2 Rover Rd. Mt. Spring Camp Poindexter Cottage, 105 E. Schellenger Ave. Mrs. J. B. Quarles, 100 Young Ave. Lila-Dora, 152 W. Roberts Ave. Vesta, 4118 Park Blvd.
RICHLAND SKILLMAN SPRING LAKE BEACH TOMS RIVER WASHINGTON WILDWOOD
STROUDSBURG Stroudsburg Mt. View House, 14 No. 2nd St. EAST STROUDSBURG Fern Boarding House, 387 Lincoln ESPY Sunrise, P. O. Box 65 MONROETON Dorsey Wood Park Farm, R. F. D. 1 Alenia's Inn, Box 236 POWELL Winter's Farm Spend Your Vacation on a Dairy Farm Phone: TOwanda 233-Q-2
RHODE ISLAND WESTERLY
SOUTH CAROLINA OCEAN DRIVE
Atlantic Beach Hotel Gordon, Atlantic Beach
VERMONT MANCHESTER NORTHFIELD
Limberlock Cole's Brown Bung, 7 Sherman Ave.
VIRGINIA CROZET ORANGE BEDFORD CATAWBA MEREDITHVILLE TAPPAHANNOCK
Mountain View Farm, R. F. D. 1, Box 52 Mrs. B. Wood, R. F. D. 2 Mrs. M. Jones, R. F. D. 1, Box 7A Mrs. E. Sorano, R. F. D. 1, Box 32A Warrick Inn Mark-Haven Beach
WISCONSIN FORT ATKINSON SPOONER
Burn's Route 3, Box 266 Lone Star Resort, Rt. 2 Channey's Resort, Rt. 2 Somom Heights Resort
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HIGHWAY 20 and 3A NIAGARA FALLS, ONT.,
CANADA COLLINGWOOD (ONTARIO) QUEBEC MONTREAL
Cedar Inn, P. 0. Box 265 Husband's Resort, 6 Calixa Mrs. N. P. Morse, 922 Calumet PL Mrs. A. Cummings, 764 Atwater Holiday, 300 Sherbrooke St. W. Mrs. M. Jemmott, 3840 Limton Ave. Casa Villa, 258 Sherbrooke St. W. Davis Home, 1324 Torrence St. Au Repos Rooms, 1824 Dorchester Grant House, 1432 St. Antoine St. •MALONEY'S GUEST HOUSE 1058 McRae Street For Reservations Write or Phone — Tel.: Elgin 4-2243 Reasonable Rates Good Accommodations
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