[Printed stationery for the Frontenac, a summer resort in Frontenac, New York, and the Hotel Bon Air, a winter resort in Augusta, Georgia, featuring various imagery relating to vacation: two boats travelling in the St. Lawrence River in front of the Frontenac, a tackle bag and fishing rod behind a framed image of the hotel; and two automobiles travelling along a road in front of the Hotel Bon Air, a bag of golf clubs behind a framed image of the hotel]

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[Printed stationery for the Frontenac, a summer resort in Frontenac, New York, and the Hotel Bon Air, a winter resort in Augusta, Georgia, featuring various imagery relating to vacation: two boats travelling in the St. Lawrence River in front of the Frontenac, a tackle bag and fishing rod behind a framed image of the hotel; and two automobiles travelling along a road in front of the Hotel Bon Air, a bag of golf clubs behind a framed image of the hotel]
Date
1911 March 21
Notes
Fred[erick] W. Taylor TLS to Admiral C[aspar] F[rederick] Goodrich, March 21, 1911. Augusta, Ga.], page 1. From a collection containing correspondence, documents, ephemera, and other items related to Rear Admiral Caspar F. Goodrich, who served in the United States Navy from the mid-19th century to the early 20th century. Many of the materials relate to his naval career, business and personal affairs, and his political interests after World War I.
Names and Subjects
Augusta (Ga.)--Buildings, structures, etc.--Pictorial works.
Augusta (Ga.)--Description and travel.
Automobile driving--1910-1920.
Automobiles--1910-1920.
Automobiles--Georgia.
Automobiles--Pictorial works.
Automobiles in art.
Fishing rods--Pictorial works.
Fishing tackle.
Flags--United States--1910-1920.
Flags--United States--Pictorial works.
Frontenac (Round Island, N.Y.)
Gardens--New York (State)--1910-1920.
Gardens--Pictorial works.
Gardens in art.
Golf clubs (Sporting goods)
Goodrich, Caspar F. (Caspar Frederick), 1847-1925--Correspondence.
Hotels--Georgia--Augusta--1910-1920.
Hotels--New York (State)--1910-1920.
Hotels in art.
Letterheads--1910-1920.
Letterheads--Pictorial works.
Pedestrians--Georgia--1910-1920.
Sailboats--New York (State)--1910-1920.
Sailboats--Pictorial works.
Saint Lawrence River--1910-1920.
Saint Lawrence River--Description and travel.
Saint Lawrence River--Pictorial works.
Trees--Georgia--1910-1920.||Trees--|New York (State)--1910-1920.
Trees--New York (State)--Pictorial works.
Trees in art.
Manuscripts shelf.
Collection Title
Caspar F. Goodrich papers
Collection Creator
Goodrich, Caspar F. (Caspar Frederick), 1847-1925.
ID
8535
Repository
William L. Clements Library
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2019-07-18 18:03:55

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"[Printed stationery for the Frontenac, a summer resort in Frontenac, New York, and the Hotel Bon Air, a winter resort in Augusta, Georgia, featuring various imagery relating to vacation: two boats travelling in the St. Lawrence River in front of the Frontenac, a tackle bag and fishing rod behind a framed image of the hotel; and two automobiles travelling along a road in front of the Hotel Bon Air, a bag of golf clubs behind a framed image of the hotel]". https://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1ic/x-8535/wcl008606. In the digital collection William L. Clements Library Image Bank. William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. May 29, 2024.
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