List of Rooms and Boarding Places in Montpelier, Session of 1923. Prepared by Montpelier Chamber of Commerce.
It is not an advertisement, nor is it intended to divert your attention from the hotels and other regular places of sojourn. Naturally, as in any locality these are considered first. This list is for the use, primarily, of those who prefer to live with private families and it is issued in advance of your coming to assist you in completing your arrangements, if you so desire, before you come for the Session.
Nearly all of the rooms listed are on the second floor, that is the first floor above the ground floor and for the most part will accommodate two persons each. The price is left for arrangement with the householders. Practically all of the houses mentioned are lighted by electricity or gas and have telephone service.
Names in this online transcription include Aronovsky, Avery, Babbett, Bailey, Bancroft, Beam, Bennett, Blackwell, Blanchard, Bombard, Bond, Brooks, Brown, Bryan, Bugbee, Burns, Carey, Carney, Carpenter, Carr, Chandler, Chase, Cheever, Cleaves, Clogston, Clough, Colvin, Critchett, Crossett, Cushman, Davis, Dennis, Dodge, Doyle, Dutton, Eddy, Emery, Farrell, Felt, Foster, Fullam, Gale, Gill, Goss, Gould, Grey, Hall, Hamilton, Harpen, Hartigan, Hartwell, Hersey, Hooker, Hublburt, Huse, Hutchinson, Jackson, Jeffery, Joslyn, Keegan, Kelleher, Kemp, Kennedy, Kerin, Kingsbury, Lawliss, Lawrence, Lawson, Leahy, Leslie, Litch, Luce, Marr, Martin, Mayo, McCarthy, McCormick, McKee, McKenna, McLean, Meinecke, Mills, Miner, Mobbs, Mobus, Morrow, Morse, Morway, Mulqueen, Murphy, Nelson, Newton, Nichols, O'Brien, O'Neil, Pecor, Phillips, Pike, Puffer, Putney, Ranny, Redding, Reed, Richardson, Ring, Roberts, Ryle, Shambo, Shepard, Sinclair, Slack, Sloan, Smith, Somers, Sterling, Stockwell, Stone, Stufflebean, Taisey, Taylor, Templeton, Theriault, Thompson, Thresher, Thurston, Tracy, Trudeau, Turner, Turney, Wallen, Watson, Welch, Wheatley, Wheaton, Wheeler, Wheelock, Willey, Williams, Wood, Yatter.
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