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The Centennial Room

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Title

The Centennial Room

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Description

The front of the card has two illustrations of The Centennial Room at Hotel Schuler in Marshall, Michigan. The smaller illustration is in the bottom right corner. It may be the entrance way to The Centennial Room. It has one white brick wall, and another wood-paneled one. The other illustration is of The Centennial Room itself, that has multiple tables with red tablecloths and white chairs.
The back of the card has a description of The Centennial Room. It states that the room can hold 222 people, and is open from 11 in the morning until midnight. It also shares that steaks, seafood and fowl are must have meals.
This shows a dining room or lounge within a hotel. There are metal chairs surrounding each table that is covered in red table cloth. A closeup of a wall in the room is also shown, it has white brick.

Source

United States

Publisher

Rights

Under Copyright

Relation

30159

Format

Language

English

Type

Postcard

Identifier

PC-TM 366

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Card Title

The Centennial Room

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Printed Text (Front)

Centennial Room Hotel Schuler Marshall Michigan

Back Format

Printed Text (Back)

The Centennial Room, largest of the Schuler's five dining rooms, has accommodations for 222 people. The dining service at the Schuler begins at eleven in the morning and continues until midnight. An average of a thousand people dine here daily. Steaks, Seafoods and Fowl are musts.

Natural Color Post Card Made in U.S.A. by E.C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. -HAY

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A Natural Color Post Card

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Archivist's Comment

HR 2/13/16

Edited description by Chelsea Holmes

Collection

Citation

E.C. Kropp Co. , “The Centennial Room,” FSU Card Archive, accessed December 16, 2017, http://fsucardarchive.org/items/show/4492.

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