Mailed from Detroit, Michigan to Master Robert H. Hoskins of Hartford, Connecticut on May 5, 1929:
Have just got here, after riding all afternoon from Chicago.
You would have liked my room in Chicago. I could look out to the railroad tracks, and there were trains going by all the time, both steam and electric.
This magnificent structure, located at Michigan Ave. and Washington Blvd., on the site old Cadillac Hotel, is one of the finest and most modern hotels in the city. It has 1,200 guest rooms and is equipped with the most luxurious furnishings possible.
Mailed from Detroit, Michigan to Mrs. Frank Griswold of Bomoseen, Vermont on September 11, 1929:
Our hotel while here. Having a wonderful time. Lots to do and see. Busy every minute.
C.T. American Art Colored by Curt Teich
Washington Blvd. at Michigan Ave.
1200 Rooms each with tub, shower, circulating ice water: Fiver Popular Priced Restaurants; Detroit's most popular Cocktail Lounge; Dancing Nightly; Rates from $3.00.
W,O, Seelbach, Manager
William J. Chittenden, Jr., Resident Manager
Direction National Hotel Management Co., Inmc. Ralph Hitz, President.
An E.C. Kropp Card
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