Oregon Centennial Exposition and International Trade Fair Site – Portland, Oregon by The Cardboard America Archives

Portland, Oregon
June 10th to September 17, 1959
Sixty-five acres consisting of the Exposition Building, Adventure Land, The Indian Village, Frontier Town and Lewis and Clark Village.Western Color Sales
Mirro-Krome by H.S. Crocker

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Hamblen’s Gigantic Christmas Tree – Norwell, Massachusetts by The Cardboard America Archives

Towering 90 feet above Filene’s roof top at South Shore Plaza, mass., and seen by over half a million people within miles around.
This Christmas Tree is one of the many C.B. Hamblen Feature Christmas Displays, available to communities, shopping centers and institutions.
C.B. Hamblen & Son, Inc.
Norwell, Mass.Lusterchrome by Tichnor Bros.

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Sage Motel – Kingsville, Texas by The Cardboard America Archives

Hi-way 77
Box 1399
Kingsville, Texas
30 beautiful air-conditioned rooms – Television – Radios – Telephones – Swimming Pool – Vented Heat – Foam rubber mattresses. AAA Approved. 15 minutes to the Famous King RanchMailed from Lenville, New Jersey to the Tableware Dept. in Wallingford, Connecticut on March 10, 1965:

May I please have the Kellogg premium catalog. Thank you. Elizabeth Hackett – 11 Garden Street – Hanover, New Jersey.

Aerial Photo Advertising

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General Washington Inn & Motel – Fredericksburg, Virginia by The Cardboard America Archives

2215 Princess Anne Street
Fredericksburg, Virginia
Located in the heart of Colonial Virginia on the site of the home of Mildred Washington, aunt and godmother of our first president. We say with confidence…”George Washington really did sleep here.”Mayer Post Card Co.

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Lake Lena Motel – Auburndale, Florida by The Cardboard America Archives

U.S. Hwy. 92
Auburndale, Fla.
“Hub of the Holiday Highlands”
Bedrooms and efficiency apartments on beautiful Lake Lena. private beach and boats; Swim, Fish, Sun and Relax. Individually controlled Heat and Air Conditioning in each units. TV each room, Shuffleboard.Mailed from Auburndale, Florida to Tableware Dept in Wallingford, Connecticut on September 3, 1965:

Sir –
Please send details on the Bonus Units from Kellogg – package for silverware. Thank You. Mrs. W.T. Clark

Brooks Photographers

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King George Motel – Syrcause, New York by The Cardboard America Archives

Thompson Road and New Court Street
On Thompson Road – Thruway Circle Exit Number 35 – All new – 158 rooms – tub, shower, telephone, television and air conditioned – Free Parking – Excellent dining room, coffee shop and cocktail lounge – Heated swimming pool, Conference rooms. Near Hancock Airport and Brooklawn Golf Course. Syracuse 73-6651

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Entrance to Marvin Gardens – Atlantic City, New Jersey by The Cardboard America Archives

Mailed from Atlantic City, New Jersey to Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Owens in Brookline, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on July 17, 1934:Ed and Margret,
I am enjoying my self. Have seen a lot it is very cool. Boardwalk is crowded with people. Saw Tim Gibb and his mother. Elizabeth

Tichnor Quality Views

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Newport Resort Motel – Miami Beach, Florida by The Cardboard America Archives

The new one!
A swingin’ new way of life! C’mon down to the “in” place…it’s the lively one.
21″ Color TV & refrigerator in every room – 1000-foot fishing pier – 2-block private beach – 2 heated pools – restaurant – coffee shop – nightclub – tot’n teen programs – free self-parking.
On the Ocean at 167th St. – Miami Beach, Fla. 33154

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