According to E. Hepple Hall's "Picturesque Tourist" published 1877, The Windsor Hotel, operated by Hawk, Waite, & Wetherbee on Fifth Avenue, was "more magnificent and commodious" and contained "more real comforts, than any other Hotel in America." Picture yourself in the posh breakfast room, dining on beef steaks, calf's liver and bacon, clams, eggs à l'Espagnole, tongue, potatoes Lyonnaise, rice muffins, hot dipped toast, etc.
Publisher: The Windsor
Date Published: nd. ca. 1875-80
Place Published: New York
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: One 27 cm page. Illustration of hotel. Three horizontal folds, some light soiling. One section of rear quite soiled.