Jun 30, 2016
SCOTT SHADY COURT, Inc.
75 Modern Units
2 Blocks off Highway U.S. 40
Several years back My Brother and I
stayed at Shady Court in Winnemucca, Nevada
on a road trip. It is still there or was then.
I brought this match book home as a Souvenir
and recently found the Post Card.
For The Rest of Your Life
Jun 29, 2016
Jun 28, 2016
for South America,
Giant 32 Passenger Pan America Flying Clipper Ship
In the comfort of cabins wider than a Pullman car
and 70 feet long, travelers ride in the great "Flying Clipper Ships"
of the Pan American Airways System - world's largest -
which connect the United States, through Miami,
with 32 countries and colonies of the West Indies,
Central and South America
Jun 27, 2016
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Jun 22, 2016
" A Bite t Eat "
151 S.E. 2nd St.
Old Heidelberg is nationally famed for its mellow drinking as well as for the excellence of its German cuisine. The rare, quiet beauty of true German atmosphere reflected by imported novelties, signboards, and attendants, sing out the song of yester-years. A most delightful place to dine.
H.B. Juergens, Prop.
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The Spanish Art Gallery is typical of mediaeval halls
of Spanish castles, where ancestral paintings were hung.
Here are displayed interesting canvases and rare tapestries
from Spain and Mexico. The unusual ceiling
of golden cloth is especially Castilian.
The Refectorio is like a Spanish Convent dining hall.
The windows portray a Fiesta in the time of the Padres.
Jun 11, 2016
In the Garden of Bells hang many unique
and rare bells. This collection is the most valuable
historically of any in the United States.
In the Cloister Art Shop are to be found curious
and interesting articles from all over the world.
The old bells, crosses, Spanish chests,
rare pieces of furniture, brass and
copper pieces are especially noteworthy.
Jun 10, 2016
Jun 9, 2016
The Court of the Birds with its graceful palms,
the Adobe with its red tiled roof, the Spanish tower
with its chiming bells, the old Mission ox cart,
and the wealth of flowering bloom
remind one of the days of the Dons.
The Presidential Suite is much used officially.
Pres. Roosevelt, Pres. Taft, the Crown Prince of Sweden
and many foreign diplomats an other
famous people have occupied it.
Jun 8, 2016
The Inn embodies many distinctive Mission features.
The row of arches, the keynote of Spanish
Renaissance Architecture, is copied
after those of San Juan Capistrano Mission.
In the Music Room have been reproduced characteristic
features of the old Missions. The brocaded hangings and
antique furnishings greatly enhance this old time effect.
The cathedral organ with its daily concerts
adds much to the charm.
Jun 7, 2016
The Patio with its colonnades of slender arches
and overhanging balconies is a distinctively
Spanish portion of the Inn.
In the Spanish Wing are featured niched turrets holding Saints,
tile roofs, balconies of antique iron, and the typical
lattice work in the doors and windows.
Jun 6, 2016
The Campanario with its old bells, follows in outline
the form of the bell tower of San Gabriel Mission.
Glenwood Mission Inn, Riverside, California
The Carmel Tower is inspired by the one
most beloved by Junipero Serra, and the buttresses
by those of San Gabriel Mission.
Jun 4, 2016
YE EAT SHOPPE, 732-36 8th Ave.
between 45th-46th Sts. New York
YE EAT SHOPPE
Completely Air-Conditioned and Air-Cooled
The Home of the Sizzling Platter
- Sample Menu -
A Thick, Tempting Hip Steak
Cut from choice corn fed steer
hissing from the broiler-with every juicy drop sealed inside
Plus: glowing griddled Onion discs and a whole baked Green Tomato
a mealy baked Idaho, with pure fresh Butter
a Vegetable of your choosing
Visit The New York World's Fair - 1939