This scene makes me
want to pack up the car and head for the beach!
The card was
never used and has no postmark to date it, but it was published by the
Western Publishing & Novelty Company of Los Angeles. It has a
divided back and a spot for a one cent stamp. Though it's hard to read
in this image, the number next to the caption on the top is 4432, and
the notation at the lower right reads, "6A-H50"
Today, the Hotel Del
Coronado is now a National historic Landmark and has recently undergone
a $55 million restoration.
If you want to window
shop for your next vacation, or just admire the views and dream, visit
their website and take the
Photo Tour... Wow!
spectacular! tell them you heard about them here, and that they ought to
advertise with TheOldenTimes.com! ;-)
Wish You Were Here: a Tour of America's Great Hotels During the Golden Age of the Picture Post Card