Federal Hi-Way Homes, A List of Select Private Homes Open to Travelers and Exceptional Restaurants, 31st Edition, August 1, 1935.
By rigid investigation and careful personal selection, we maintain the same high standards in food as in our selected homes. No attempt is made to offer recommendations for every town. In the restaurants listed, distinctive food at popular prices, good service and hospitality will reward your additional miles driven to reach them for meals. If you like them, as I know you will, please tell the manager how you found them. Good coffee guaranteed in all of them.
Names in this online transcription include Aaronson, Adams, Adamsons, Adkins, Alderfer, Alderman, Alston, Alton, Anderson, Archer, Ashton, Atkinson, Ault, Bachand, Baker, Barnett, Bayne, Beard, Becker, Beren, Bernhardt, Betten, Bickerton, Bird, Bland, Boardman, Boatright, Bogart, Booth, Bowen, Bower, Brame, Branch, Brawley, Bream, Brice, Brittle, Brooks, Brown, Brumbaugh, Brusman, Buckmaster, Buff, Burch, Burkhalter, Burnham, Cain, Carter, Casazza, Chapman, Cheetham, Chegwidden, Clapp, Clark, Clary, Claybrook, Coate, Coats, Cobb, Cogswell, Cooley, Cowan, Crosson, Dale, Daly, Darling, Dart, Dasher, Davenport, Davis, Deffenbaugh, Devouges, Diehl, Dorn, Dorrance, Dunson, Duvall, Edenfield, Ellington, Escobar, Eubanks, Eyster, Farrell, Finch, Fisher, Fitzpatrick, Forrester, Foster, Foxworthy, Fries, Funk, Galt, Garvey, Gibbons, Gibbs, Gipe, Goodloe, Gore, Grubbs, Gruffin, Grundman, Hagan, Hall, Hannah, Haring, Harlan, Harrison, Haymaker, Haynes, Hedrich, Hepler, Heuwinkle, Hibbert, Hicks, Hill, Hines, Holdridge, Holmgren, Hosmer, Houser, Hudson, Hughes, Huntley, Hurst, Hyde, Jackson, Jones, Jordan, Kelley, Kemp, Kennerly, Kirkwood, Kneuer, Kutchins, Land, Lane, Lange, Lano, Lassiter, Layne, Leahy, Lee, Levert, Lifsey, Ligon, Livingston, Longshore, Longwill, Lott, Lowry, Ludwig, Lynch, Macheras, Martin, McBride, McCall, McCann, McDearman, McKinney, McLauchlin, Melvin, Mercer, Metzker, Michaels, Midkiff, Miller, Minter, Moody, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Moutz, Muller, Murdock, Murray, Needy, Nelson, Olson, Oxley, Packer, Painter, Palmer, Palmour, Pardue, Parker, Patterson, Pearce, Peckham, Perkerson, Pfohl, Phillips, Plippo, Poole, Pruitt, Quickel, Reiched, Riggs, Roach, Robbins, Roop, Roseman, Ross, Ruggles, Saum, Saunders, Sawyer, Scott, Searfoss, Seipp, Shaw, Sherrill, Shilg, Shingler, Slayton, Slicer, Smith, Sneed, Snyder, Stafford, Stanfiel, Steele, Stephens, Stevens, Stewart, Stoner, Storch, Stover, Sykes, Taylor, Thompson, Tucker, Turner, Unger, Vaughn, Waite, Walch, Walker, Waugh, Weaver, Webber, Wellons, Westbrook, Weylman, Williams, Williamson, Willson, Witt, Wolf, Woodburn, Woodford, Yocum, Zentmyer.
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