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A collection of some of the most interesting Hotel-related postcards from my collection.

Atlantic City, NJ - Elephant Hotel

Atlantic City, New Jersey - Elephant Hotel

Elephant Hotel, Margate City, an Old Landmark, Atlantic City, N.J.

Caption on reverse:

Atlantic City boasts of more hotel rooms than have thirty entire states Fine food, unexcelled service, and magnificent furnishings, all combine to make these hotels some of the finest in the world.

Tags: Atlantic City, NJ, New Jersey, Hotels

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New Shoreham, RI - Block Island - Ocean View Hotel and Walk

New Shoreham (Block Island), Rhode Island - Ocean View Hotel and Walk

Ocean View Hotel and Walk, Block Island, R.I. (circa 1911)

This hotel was built 1873-74, during the Panic of 1873, and opened when regular steamer service became available to Old Harbor. It was built and owned by Nicholas Ball, and was over 300 feet long, running along Cliff Walk. It had a capacity of 500 visitors. It burned down in 1966.

This vintage postcard measures 6-1/4"x2-3/4".

Tags: Hotels, Rhode Island

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About this Webpage

I have created this webpage as a scrapbook of sorts to showcase some of the more interesting postcards from my postcard collection. Much of my collection is inherited from my grandmother, Mildred E. Berwick Casartello. I have categorized the postcards in various groups, so you will find them on multiple pages. The tags line at the bottom of each postcard entry has links to each category that you will find that entry on.