National Geographic : 1941 Aug
COLORADO Colorado Springs Broadmoor Hotel, in shadow of Pikes Peak, sports and social center of the Rockies. Metropolitan luxury, smart entertainment. Write for brochure. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington The Dodge Hotel. On Capitol Hill opposite Union Station Plaza. Renowned cuisine. Notpping. Single from $2.50, double from $4.50. H. B. Williams, Mgr. Hay-Adams House. 16th at H. Opposite the White House. Completely air-conditioned. Single room with bath from $3.50. Double from $5.00. Wardman Park Hotel. Washington's largest. Surrounded by parks.Tennis, swimming. Cool, quiet. Near everything. Write for maps. Rates from $3.50. MAINE Kennebunk Beach-Biddeford Pool The Atlantis, Kennebunk Beach-The Inn, Bidde ford Pool. Rocky coast. Sandy beaches. All Sports. Abundant sea food. Cottages. R .H. Bryant, Mg. Dir. MARYLAND Baltimore The Belvedere. Baltimore's Finest hotel. Spacious rooms, superb cuisine, ideal location. $3.50 up. Some rooms air-conditioned, slight extra tariff. MASSACHUSETTS Boston The Copley-Plaza faces beautiful Copley Square. Single rooms from $4.00; double from $6.00; Suites from $10.00. Arthur L. Race, Managing Director. Plymouth-Manomet Point Mayflower Hotel. Ocean-front. Sea and Country. Private beach.. pool.. golf course. Hundred acre resort estateon Cape Cod Bay. Restricted Clientele. MINNESOTA Gull Lake-Brainerd Roberts Pine Beach Hotel on Gull Lake. Free Golf, Riding and Boats-Fishing, Swimming. $45 wk. up incl. meals. Children's Rates. Booklets. NEVADA Lake Tahoe-Glenbrook Glenbrook Inn and Ranch. On most famous lake in West. Excellent golf, ranch, lake and mountain sports. One hour west of Reno on Route 50. NEW YORK Albany The Wellington- Albany's only "Garage-IN" Hotel. Known for its "Double-Service" conven ience. Fine Food. 450 Rooms. Rates from $2.25. New York City The Barbizon. Lexington Ave. 63rd St. NewYork's most exclusive hotel for young women. Cultural environment. Weekly $12 up. Daily $2. Bklt. "NG." Beekman Tower-49th St. at East River Drive. Overlooking River. Smart location. 400 outside rms. Near shops,theatres,business. From $2.50. Bklt."N" Beverly Hotel, 125 East 50th. Just East of Radio City. Large rooms and closets. Serving Pantries. Single $4, double $6, suites from $8. PLaza 3-2700. The Biltmore, Madison Avenue at 43rd St. All that is best in atmosphere, appointments, service. Single, $5 up; Double, $7 up; with Twin Beds, $8 up. The Commodore-Right at Grand Central and Air Lines Terminals. Convenient to all attractions. 2000 outside rooms with private bath-from $3. Hotel Edlson-46th to 47th Sts. at B'way. New York's Newest. 1000 Outside Rooms,Bath,Radio,Cir culating Ice Water. Our Choicest Rooms from $2.50. Essex House, facing Central Park. Rooms and Suites with butler's pantries-from $5. 160 Central Park So., Cable Address-Essexho New York. The GramercyPark. Famed traditional hotel at leg endary private park. Rendezvous of nation's great. $3 single, $5 dble., $7 suites. Weekly, monthly. Bklt. G Hotel Uncoln-44th to 45th Sts. at 8th Ave.-1400 Rooms. Our Choicest Rooms from $3.4 Fine Restau rants. Direct Subway Entrance to All Points. Park Lane Hotel. Park Ave. at 48th. Convenient, distinguished. Single rooms from $5; double from $7; suites from $12. Apartments, permanent occupancy. The Plaza. NewYork facing Central Park. Sum mer Rates from five dollars. Air-conditioned rooms available. Henry A. Rost, President. St. Moritz-on-the-Park. New York's truly Con tinental hotel. Sky Gardens, Rumpelmayer's and Cafe de la Paix. Single, $4. Double, $6. Suites, $8. 2B~~~fe~~i5---------- "-^ NAhO A GRP MGIE.O NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE'S HOTEL SECTION *DUES: Annual mem bership in United States, $3; Canada, $4; abroad, $4; life membership, $100. Remittances should be payable to National Geographic Society. Those from outside of continen tal United States and Canada should be made by New York draft or international money order. RECOMMENDATION FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY * The Membership Dues, Which Are for the Calendar Year, Include Subscription to the National Geographic Magazine PLEASE FILL IN BLANK BELOW. DETACH. AND MAIL TO THE SECRETARY ..- - .- .- .- ..... ...... ...... ... .................- .. 1 941 To the Secretary, National Geographic Society, Sixteenth and M Streets Northwest, Washington, D. C.: I nominate--............---.......................--- - ................----------------- O ccup ation ....................... ........... .... ... ------------------------- (This information is important for the records) Address-. . .. . .. . .. .................. ............................... .............. ---- --- -- ----- - ------------ for membership in The Society. 8-41 Name and Address of Nominating Member New York City The Savoy-Plaza, overlooking Central Park. Sum mer rates from $5. Air-conditioned rooms available. Henry A. Rost, Man'g Dir., George Suter, Res. Mgr. Hotel Seymour, 50 W. 45th St. Near Fifth Ave., theatres, shops, art galleries, Radio City. Quiet, re fined surroundings. Single $4; double $5.50; Suites $8. The Vanderbilt Hotel on Park Ave. at 34th St. A distinctive address. An internationally famous hotel. Single from $3, double from $5, suites from $8. The Waldorf Astoria, Park Avenue, 49th to 50th Streets. "You regulate the temperature yourself in air-conditioned rooms of the Waldorf Astoria." West Point Thayer-West Point Hotel, Within Military Res ervation overlooking beautiful Hudson River. In spiring cadet activities. (Public welcome on Res'v'n.) NORTH CAROLINA Blowing Rock Mayvlew Manor. "A Vacation Atop the World." Every facility for rest and recreation. Address Jack G. Craft, Manager. Linville Eseeola Lodge, elev. 4000 ft. High on Blue Ridge Parkway. Informal, delightful, rustic, modern. Golf, riding, swimming . B . Howe, Manager. Hood River OREGON Columbia Gorge Hotel, just west of Hood River on Columbia River Hwy. Quiet, comfortable rooms, 33 acres. Excellent food, Duncan Hines selection. PENNSYLVANIA Hershey Hotel Hershey. One of America's finest. Magnifi cent setting. Open year around. European and Am erican plans. Four Golf Courses. All outdoor sports. Philadelphia Bellevue-Stratford-"One of the Few World Famous Hotels in America." Moderate rates. Claude H. Bennett, General Manager. State College Nittany Lion Inn, an "Early American Inn" on Penna. State College campus. All rooms with baths. Route 322 at geographical center of state. TENNESSEE Gatlinburg-Great Smoky Mountains Mountain View Hotel. Bordering the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Plan to see the flam boyant fall foliage ofthese moodymountains of mist. I.