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Image from page 859 of “The Official hotel red book and directory” (1903)

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Title: The Official hotel red book and directory
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: American Hotel Association of the United States and Canada American Hotel Association
Subjects: Hotels Hotels Resorts Resorts Railroads Railroads Hotels Tourist camps, hostels, etc
Publisher: New York : Official Hotel Red Book and Directory Co.
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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Murray Hill WE BOUND THIS BOOK Robert Rutter & Son, Inc. BOOK MANUFACTURERS 410-416 East 32d Street : NEW YORK CITY TELEPHONES: 5865, 5866, 5867 FRANKLIN PETTIT & REED DIRECT RECEIVERS OF Butter, Eggs and Cheese Purveyors to Hotels, Restaurants,Steamship Lines and Railroads NOS. 38 & 40 NORTH MOORE STREET, NEW YORK Telephone 8281-8282 Cortlandt John W. Butler, Inc.BUTTER, CHEESE and EGGS Fancy Elgin and Philadelphia Creameries a Specialty216 Washington Street NEW YORK 837 Butter, Cheese and Eggs – Celery Established 1864 NOLLMAN & CO., Inc. WHOLESALE DEALERS BUTTER, CHEESE & EGGS f 2965 )Telephones Worth(2756) 141 Reade StreetNEW YORK CELERY EXCLUSIVELY

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vi*irv*vy HEADQUARTERS For CELERY the year round HOTELS and RESTAURANTS a Specialty Special attention given to standing requirements throughout the year GEORGE F. FISH 410 West 14th Street and 183 Reade St., N. Y. Established 1883 An Advertised Hotel! I saw it in the HOTEL RED BOOK Many others have seen it, too Was it your Hotelor that of your competitor? &18 Charcoal FIRST CLASS HOTELS, Clubs andRestaurants use only CHARCOAL For BROILING Chefs and Connoisseurs admit it is superior to GAS and ELECTRICITY GUESTS should insist that all steaks, chops, game,poultry, ham, bacon, etc., should be broiled with CHARCOAL otherwise they are not getting the full benefit offirst class cooking. THE E. B. NEWMAN CHARCOAL CO. Manufacturers ofLUMP, GRANULATED, PULVERIZED and POULTRY CHARCOAL FOR ALL PURPOSES Triple Burnt Sugar Maple Granulated Filtering Charcoal forManufacturers of Artificial Ice and Distilled Water Plants. Also Granulated Charcqal for Poultry Food, Ice Box Filling,Insulating, and

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Image from page 673 of “The Official hotel red book and directory” (1903)
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Title: The Official hotel red book and directory
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: American Hotel Association of the United States and Canada American Hotel Association
Subjects: Hotels Hotels Resorts Resorts Railroads Railroads Hotels Tourist camps, hostels, etc
Publisher: New York : Official Hotel Red Book and Directory Co.
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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rard st. Mrs. CharlotteThomas, Prop. GREENS HOTEL. 8th andChestnut sts. (E. P.) to . M. W. Newton. (Seeillustration and advertisementon page 049.) Guys Hotel. 7th near Chestnut.(E. P.) up. Louis Fuciis- LTJGER. HAMILTON COURT. Chestnutand 39th Sts. K. H. That-cher, Mgr. HOTEL BRYSON. 12th andMarket Sts. (E. P.) up.R. M. Bryson, Prop. HOTEL COLONIAL. (A. V. up. E. P. .60 up.) W. P.Kenney. Hotel Colorado. L38 v L5th Bti a. I. up. i:. P. up.)Ben. Brown, Prop. Hotel Irving. Walnut si., between 9th and loth, i A. P. up. E. P. Up.) 0. V.Condon. Prop. HOTEL MAJESTIC. Broad itabove Girard ave. (E. P.),.50 up. J. S. Mead. Prop. J.S. McCaki [HEY, Mgr. HOTEL NORMANDIB. Cheat-But and 36th Bt8. I A. P. .50up. B. P. .60 up.) Qi m BCity Apartmeis i Hoi bi I Jo.,Props. PENNSYLVANIA—Contd 652 NOTE—CAPITALS show first-class houses.R. R. Indicates Railroad Lines; Ry., Railway ; Str.,Steamer ; Sys., System. See Back of Book.Pop. Indicates Population. t Telegraph Office

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•{• Indicates Summer Resorts. Indicates Winter Resorts. § Indicates Family Hotels. X Special Rates. * Money Order Office. Hotel Vendig FILBERT AND 13th ST. PHILADELPHIA Near to Everywhere Midway between Broad Street Station andReading Terminal, opposite City Hall 250 ROOMS 250 BATHS FIREPROOF—The last word inhotel construction Rates per day and upJAS. C. WALSH, Manager PHILADELPHIA—Contd. HOTEL POWELTON, 40th andFilbert Sts. Ciias. Sauebs. HOTEL RODMAN. Brown andBroad sts. (A. P.) .60 up.Tnos. T. HOBNEY.

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Image from page 44 of “Bank rate and the money market in England, France, Germany, Holland, and Belgium, 1844-1900;” (1903)

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Title: Bank rate and the money market in England, France, Germany, Holland, and Belgium, 1844-1900;
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Palgrave, Robert Harry Inglis, Sir, 1827-1919
Subjects: Bank of England Interest Banks and banking
Publisher: London, J. Murray
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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PERCENTAGES 75 90Accidents Will Happen (WB)Action for dander (UA)Adventures End (Univ) .Adventures of Marco Polo (UA) .Adventures of Robin Hood (FN)..Adventures of Tom Sawyer (UA)..Adventurous Blonde (FN)Affairs of Annabel (RKO)Air Devils (Univ)Alcatraz Island (FN)Alexanders Ragtime Bond (20th-Fox)Algiers (UA) Always Goodbye (20th-Fox)Always in Trouble (20th-Fox)Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (FN)AngelMPara) ] Angels With Dirty Faces (FN). ..Annabel Takes a Tour (REO) .Arkansas Traveled (Para)Army Girl (Rep) Arrest Bulldog Drummon/ (Para) JArsene Lupin Returns (M-G-M)Bad Man of Brimstone (M-G-M) . Bar 20 Justice (Para) Baroness and the Butler (20th-Fox)

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PERCENTAGES 75 90 100 110 125 140Battle of Broadway (20th-Fox)Beg, Borrow or Steal (M-G-M) Beloved Brat (FN) ^^^^=:z:^- Big Broadcast of 193a (Para)^ Big Town Girl (20th-Fox) Billy the Kid Returns (Rep) Birth of a Baby (GN) Black Doll (Univ) Blind Alibi (RKO) Blockade (UA) Block-Heads (M-G-M) Blondes at Work (WB) Blondie (Col) Blossoms on Broadway( (Para) Bluebear^i;«ahth Wi||fe (Para) ] Boolod {Paia)y/. Born totTieWes/ (Para) Borrowing Trouble (20th-Fox) Boy Meets Girl (WB) Boy of the Streets (Mono) Boys Town (M-G-M) Breakfast for Two (RKO)Breaking the Ice (RKO)Bringing Up Baby (RKO)Broadway Musketeers (FN)Brother Rat (FN)Buccaneer/(Para) , Cities From Which Averages Were Computed: Boston Cleveland Indianapolis Minneapolis Oklahoma City Portland, Me. San Francisco Charlotte Dallas Kansas City New Haven Omaha Portland, Ore. Seattle Chicago Denver Los Angeles New Orleans Philadelphia Providence Cincinnati Detroit Milwaukee New York .Pittsburgh Salt Lake City Washington BOXOFHCE BAROME

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Image from page 239 of “Fortnightly Philistine, 1899-1900” (1900)
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Title: Fortnightly Philistine, 1899-1900
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Students of Bryn Mawr College
Subjects: Bryn Mawr College–Student publications College students’ writings, American
Publisher: Bryn Mawr, PA: Bryn Mawr College
Contributing Library: Bryn Mawr College Library, Special Collections
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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16 THE FORTNIGHTLY PHIUSTINE.

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SHAPES AID KINDS FOR ALLSEASONS AND OCCASIONS… THE N6WSHOE FORWOMEN SOROSIS MADE IN 35 STYLES of Patent Leather, Enamel LeatherVlci Kid, Box Calf andRussia Calf Always $J.50 and the best at any price G. P. SNYDER & CO. 1314 CHESTNUT STREET Sizes 1 to 9Widths AAA to E *=©© ^-@=©=-@= ■&^^®©®&>®®®®®>®®&®®*&^i SCHREIBER & KERR Ladies Tailors 735 SOUTHELEVENTHSTREET. . . f Gowns orniL8 ZP Walking, Traveling,Yachting, and Costumes for allkinds of Outdoor Sports and Pas-times J* jt j* j* j* j* j* PHILADELPHIA ««»M«M%«M«tM«t«UtMm%VVU«M*MM%«UU«UtMM«M«UMtlMMtMR PnllpfiP Pint Manufacturer of all uouege r/ns School and college Pins and Medals.Dealer in Diamonds, Watches and Jew-elry. Repairing of Fine Watches andJewelry. C. S. POWELL, 5 S. Eighth St. VAN HORN & SON in NarthNinth StreetPhiladelphia, Pa. Costumers COSTUMES TO HIRE FOR COLLEGE THEATRICALS, ENTERTAINMENTS AND TABLEAUX SOLE OF FOBS Requiring room to makeready for our ea

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Image from page 675 of “The Official hotel red book and directory” (1903)

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Identifier: officialhotelred00amer
Title: The Official hotel red book and directory
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: American Hotel Association of the United States and Canada American Hotel Association
Subjects: Hotels Hotels Resorts Resorts Railroads Railroads Hotels Tourist camps, hostels, etc
Publisher: New York : Official Hotel Red Book and Directory Co.
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1524-42 MARKET ST.PHILADELPHIA, PA. Restaurant and Cafe Attached EUROPEAN PLANRates, 75c. to .50 per Day Situated in the heart of the Businessand Shopping District. Opposite Broad St. Station andthree Squares from Reading Terminal. M. BOYLE A. SWEENEY PHILADELPHIA—Contd. THE BARTRAM, 33rd and Chestnut Sts. Mrs. P. P. John, Mgr.THE BELGRAVIA. 1811 Chest nut st. (A. P. . E. P. .) Frederick Gane, Mgr.THE BELLEVTJ E-STRAT FORD. (E. P.) .50 to . Geo. C. Boldt, Prop.THE BLENHEIM. (A. P. .50. E. P. .50.) A. B. Doty, Mgr. THE COVINGTON, 37th aboveChestnut st. (A. P.) .50to .50. R. F. Engle, Mgr. THE GLADSTONE, 11th andPine sts. II. C. HODGSON,Prop. THE LINCOLN. (A. P. .50up. E. P. .50 up.) J. War-ren Friar, Mgr. THE LORRAINE. Broad st.and Fairmount ave. (A. P..50 up. E. P. .50 up.)M. Myers.

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When BUSINESS or PLEASURE callsYou to PHILADELPHIA stop at DERRSWASHINGTON HOTEL 7th, Dauphin, and Germantown Ave. Convenient to all parts of the city. NearestHOTEL to the Textile district. 10 minutes fromNorth Philadelphia Station, P. R.R. 7 minutesfrom Columbia Ave. Station, P. & R. R.R. For the Automobilist, GARAGE attached. Hnle per <1h S2.00 and up PENN SYLVAN I A-Contd 655 NOTE—CAPITALS show first-class houses.R. R. Indicates Railroad Lines; Ry., Railway; Str.,Steamer; Sys., System. See Back of Book.Pop. Indicates Population. t Telegraph Office

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Title: Philadelphia and its environs, and the railroad scenery of Pennsylvania
Year: 1875 (1870s)
Authors: J.B. Lippincott & Co
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Publisher: Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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READY. 73 Cards. Containing Portraits of the most distin-guished Authors of the times. Price, 50 cents. SLICED ANIMALS. Pictures of 14 different Animals, each piece of the Pic-ture containing a letter, forming the Name of theAnimal, so that as fast as the Picture is put togetherthe Name of the Animal is spelled. Price, 50 cents. SNAP. A very lively Game for children. Price, 25 cents. CliESCENT. New. For children. Price, 25 cents. PABCHEESL The best-selling Game published. Prices, , , PUBLISHED BY E. O. SELOSO^W & 00., Mailed, poMtpnid, on receipt of price. 41 .John Street, IVew Yorlc. IDEIE^OSITODE^IT AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, No. 1408 Chestnut Street.After July 1st. 1875. No. 1512 CHESTNUT STREET Where all the Societys Publications, including its looo Books, 4000 Tracts, its celebrated TEACHERS BIBLES, and its six Periodicals, can be had. Of these Periodicals we issue more than half a million each month. H. N. THISSELL, Dist. Secy. PHILADELPHIA AND ITS ENVIRONS—ADVERTISER.

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ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO oi^x)e:r/ oLOTHiin^a- IS AT E. 0. THOMPSONS, No. 908 Walnut Street, (near the continental hotel,) PHILADELPHIA. WH I C H IS ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE WORLD. HIS STOCK Is always fresh, choice, and ample, embracing every novelty and many THE FASHIONS For each season are fully exemplified by Plates and Pattern Garments. POSSESSING EVERY FACILITY IN HIS BUSINESS,Customers will be sure to have their orders promptly and satisfactorily executed. Please notice theFOLLOAriNG SPECIALTIES: ]|VeDDING and J^ARTY PUTFITS, j^^RMY AND ^TaVY pNIFORMS, Plerical Press, and J^adies poAxs and Riding Wabits. Visitors are always welcome. N.B.—Particular attention is given to out-of-town trade. Gentlemen visiting the city can leave their measures, or those residing at a distance, upon request, will be furnished with directions for self-measurement and samples to select from. IV PHILADELPHIA AND ITS ENVIRONS—ADVERTISER. PACKAGE HAT HOUSK C

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