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From the Collections of The Henry



ESTABLISHED 1936



THE Negro Motorist GREEN BOOK

INTRODUCTION



With the introduction of this travel
guide in 1936, it has been our idea
to give the Negro traveler informa-
tion that will keep him from running
into difficulties, embarrassments and
to make his trips more enjoyable.

The Jewish press has long pub-
lished information about places that
are restricted and there are numer-
ous publications that give the gentile
whites all kinds of information. But
during these long years of discrim-
ination, before 1936 other guides have
been published for the Negro, some
are still published, but the majority
have gone out of business for various
reasons.

In 1936 the Green Book was only
a local publication for Metropolitan
New York, the response for copies
was so great it was turned into a
national issue in 1937 to cover the
United States. This guide while lack-
ing in many respects was accepted by
thousands of travelers. Through the
courtesy of the United States Travel
Bureau of which Mr. Chas. A. R.
McDowell was the collaborator on
Negro Affairs, more valuable infor-
mation was secured. With the two
working together, this guide contained
the best ideas for the Negro traveler.
Year after year it grew until 1941
"PM" one of New York's great white
newspapers found out about it. Wrote
an article about the guide and praised
it highly. At the present time the
guide contains 80 pages and lists nu-



merous business places, including
whites which cater to the Negro trade.

There are thousands of first class
business places that we don't know
about and can't list, which would be
glad to serve the traveler, but it is
hard to secure listings of these places
since we can't secure enough agents
to send us the information. Each year
before we go to press the new infor-
mation is included in the new edition.

When you are traveling please
mention the Green Book, in order
that they might know how you found
their place of business, as they can
see that you are strangers. If they
haven't heard about this guide, ask
them to get in touch with us so that
we might list their place.

If this guide has proved useful to
you on your trips, let us know. If not,
tell us also as we appreciate your
criticisms and ideas in the improve-
ment of this guide from which you
benefit.

There will be a day sometime in
the near future when this guide will
not have to be published. That is
when we as a race will have equal
opportunities and privileges in the
United States. It will be a great
day for us to suspend this publica-
tion for then we can go wherever
we please, and without embarrass-
ment. But until that time comes we
shall continue to publish this infor-
mation for your convenience each
year.



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INDEX



The Green Book 3

Ford Cars _ 5

Reservation Bureau _ 1

ALABAMA _ 8

ARKANSAS 8

ARIZONA 10

CALIFORNIA 10

COLORADO ., 13

CONNECTICUT U

DELAWARE _ 14

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 15

FLORIDA _ 15

GEORGIA _ _ 17

IDAHO IS

ILLINOIS IS

What to See in Chicago 19

ROBBINS, ILLINOIS 26

INDIANA _.28

IOWA _.29

KANSAS 30

KENTUCKY _ 31

LOUISIANA 32

MAINE 33

MARYLAND _ 34

MASSACHUSETTS 34

MICHIGAN 36

MINNESOTA 37

MISSISSIPPI 38

MISSOURI 39

MONTANA 42

NEBRASKA 42

NEW JERSEY 43

NEW YORK STATE 48

NEW YORK CITY 50

New York City (Brooklyn) 53

New York City (Bronx) _ 54

LONG ISLAND 54

STATEN ISLAND 54

WESTCHESTER 54

NEVADA „ 55

NEW MEXICO 5*5

NORTH CAROLONA 55

OHIO _ 58

OKLAHOMA _ 61

OREGON 62



PENNSYLVANIA 62

RHODE ISLAND -64

SOUTH CAROLINA -64

SOUTH DAKOTA _ 66

TENNESSEE 66

TEXAS 67

UTAH 70

VERMONT 70

VIRGINIA _ 70

WASHINGTON STATE 73

WEST VIRGINIA 74

WISCONSIN 75

WYOMING 75

ALASKA 75

BERMUDA .....76

MEXICO 79

CANADA 79



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Clifftop. W. Va.
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By Wendell P. Alston, Special Representative, Esso Standard Oil Co.

Through the ages, men of all races have moved from place to place.
Some to seek new lands, others to avoid persecution or intolerance and still
others for the sake of adventure.

Today, men of all races continue to move and for much the same reasons,
though since the days of the foot-traveler and the ox-cart, they travel with
much more convenience and comfort and at far greater speed.

For most travelers, whether they travel in modern high-speed motor cars,
streamlined Diesel-powered trains, luxurious ocean liners or globe encircling
planes, there are hotels of all sizes and classes, waiting and competing for
their patronage. Pleasure resorts in the mountains and at the sea shore beckon
him. Roadside inns and cabins spot the highways and all are available if he
has the price.

For some travelers however, the facilities of many of these places are
not available, even though they may have the price, and any traveler to whom
they are not available, is thereby faced with many and sometimes difficult
problems.

The Negro traveler's inconveniences are many and they are increasing
because today so many more are traveling, individually and in groups.

This year for the annual convention of the largest Negro organization in
the world, nine special trains in addition to the regularly scheduled trains of
a number of railroads were required to transport more than fifty thousand
of its members to a mid-western city. Several more thousands made the trip
by car and some by plane.

Top ranking orchestras and numerous minor ones, concert singers and
various musical organizations are moving over the country in increasing num-
bers. Touring clubs, like the one in the nation's capital which chartered three
of the most modern buses of one of the country's largest bus lines for a trip
to California and Mexico this year, are growing in number. More students
and teachers and many others in the field of education seeking further training
in the country's major centers of learning are traveling. More business men,
representing increasing Negro enterprises, are traveling from city to city, and
more white corporations cognizant of the mounting purchasing power of the
Negro consumer, have Negro representatives in the field, a number of whom,
like ourselves, spend half the year traveling.



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JAMES A. JACKSON (SEATED) AND WENDELL P. ALSTON, SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES
OF THE ESSO MARKETERS IN THEIR NEW YORK OFFICE

Numerous religious, sorority and fraternity groups travel constantly
through the year to quarterly or annual conferences — all faced with the prob-
lem of finding suitable places to stay, places to cat and the convenience and
comforts which all travelers need and desire.

The GREEN BOOK with its list of hotels, boarding houses, restaurants,
beauty shops, barber shops and various other services can most certainly help
solve your travel problems. It was the idea of Victor H. Green, the publisher,
in introducing the Green Book, to save the travelers of his race as many
difficulties and embarrassments as possible.

The many requests we receive for information about it convince us that
he has done much to ease the anxieties of the average Negro traveler.

As representatives of the Esso Standard Oil Co., we are pleased to recom-
mend the GREEN BOOK for your travel convenience. Keep one on hand each
year and when you are planning your trips, let Esso Touring Service supply
you with maps and complete routings, and for real "Happy Motoring" — use
Esso Products and Esso Service wherever you find the Esso sign.



A precedent has been established in
the low-priced automotive field by
combining handsomeness and beaut>
with durability and comfort in the
interiors of the 1949 Ford cars.

Ford has broken away from the
neutral tones which have been tradi-
tional for mass production automo-
biles as designers have turned to tex-
tured fabrics popular in fashions and
interior decorating.

Of the three new fabrics, the most
unusual is a soft gray tweed mixture
with a blue stripe which gives the
1949 Ford interiors a freshly tailored
look. It has been combined with a
bolster of blue-gray broadcloth to pro-
tect the upper section of both front
and rear seats.

The clock dial has been centered
on the panel and placed higher. Night
glare is eliminated on all instruments
by "black lighting."

Chrome trim throughout the car has
been reduced. On the panel it is ex-
pressed in a neat arrangement of
uniform knobs which control choke,
windshield wiper, lights, heater and
defroster.

On each door, the chrome strip
makes a decorative arc over the heavy
artificial leather kick pad at the bot-
tom. Flame-shaped center pillar lights
provide plenty of illumination for the
interior and for stepping into and out
ot the car.



The same tailored good looks are
obtained with the other fabrics — a
smooth green striped broadcloth and
two new adaptations of mohair in a
green and maroon stripe and green
and gray stripe combination. In proper
combination, they complement the new
Ford exterior colors such as Sea Mist
Green, Birch Gray, Arabian Green
and Bayview Blue.

The instrument panel of the new
Ford has been Amplified. All instru-
ments are combined in a single cluster
directly in line with the driver's view.
Projecting slightly for better visibility,
the large figures on a telescoped dial
indicate speed, fuel level, rate of bat-
tery charge and oil pressure.

Interior door handles pull up in-
stead of down to open the door. This
eliminates the possibility of the car
doors swinging open if the handle
should be pressed down accidentally.

The new Ford's f unctionalism has
been extended to the roomy seats — 57
inches wide in front and 60 inches in
the rear, plenty of room for six per-
sons.

New windows demonstrate the new
trend. The rear window alone is 88
per cent larger — as large as the ordi-
nary windshield. The windshield is
deeper and wider. They give a pic-
ture window effect to the entire car
and greatly improve all around visi-
bility.



From the Collections of The Henry Ford




he simplicity of the
through the grille.

The distinctive styling of the 1949 Ford convertible features smooth, flowing contours, full
fender-width body and luxurious interior appointments. Completely new, the convertible chassis
is doubly reinforced.



IMPORTANT CONVENTION DATES



Organization — National Medical Association
Date of next Convention — August 8-12, 1949
Where to be held — Detroit, Michigan

Organization — Imperial Council Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles

Mystic SSirine
Date of next Convention — August 14-|18th, 1949
Whore to be held — Detroit, Michigan

Organization — National Technical Association
Date of next Convention — September l-4th, 1919
Where to be held — Chicago, 111. (Probably)



RESERVATION BUREAU

Going to take a trip, attend some convention — make sure of
your accommodations before you leave.

HOUSING CONDITIONS MAKE THIS NECESSARY

Reservations for all Hotels, Tourist Homes and Vacation Re-
sorts throughout the United States, Alaska, Mexico and Ber-
muda can be made for you through our Reservation Bureau.

We have contacts with all Hotels, Tourist Homes and Vacation Resorts.
Send us a list of the cities that you expect to pass through, the dates
wanted, how many in your party and have us make your reservations.
Pees are moderate.

Saves You Time and Money — Write Reservation Bureau
VICTOR H. GREEN & CO.

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EXPLANATION

No travel guide is ever perfect with the changing conditions, not only in
the world, but also in the United States. The listings contained in this guide

a - r u-r glVen t0 y0U ' USt a8 lt is given to us from it9 sour ce. There is a pos-
sibility that the address might be a few numbers out of the way— or the
business has moved, so that by the time you receive your guide, start to use
it you will find some discrepancies. This is due to the fact, from the time
that the guide goes to press until you get it a few months have passed and
many changes have taken place in the business world. This we can not help
and we don't want you to get the idea that this guide is of no value; we
try to have it as correct as possible. Each year these listings are checked
before we go to press.

Our guides are published for every one, hence we have supplied you
with any number of places in cities and towns so that one can select what
they want within their price range. We do not recommend any of these
places, although hundreds of them could be. But due to the thousands of
listings, it is impossible to inspect all, so we leave it to your decision. We
would welcome letters from you giving the name and address of any place
that you feel that isn't up to our standards of a first class business place.
They will be removed, which would give not only you, but other travelers
the benefit of only first class places.

In order that you won't find any difficulty in finding the kind of business
that you are looking for, we have placed the listings under their proper
classification in cities and towns.



From the Collections of The Henry For



Alabama
Arkansas



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



ALABAMA

ANNISTON

HOTELS
St. Thomas— 127 W. 10th St.

BIRMINGHAM

HOTELS
Dunbar— 323 N. 17th St.
Palm Leaf— 328J4 N. 18th St.
Rush— 316 N. 18th St.
New Home— 1718^— 4th Are.

GADSDEN

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. A. Sheperd— 1324 4th Are.
Mr*. J. Simons— 233 N. 6th St.

MOBILE

TOURIST HOMES
E. Reed— 9S0 Lyon. St.

E. Jordan — 256 N. Dearborn St.

F. Wildins 254 N. Dearborn St.

MONTGOMERY

HOTELS

Douglass — 121 Monroe Ave.
RESTAURANTS

Bonnie's— 390 W. Jeff Davis Art.
TAVERNS

Douglas — 121 Monroe St.

SHEFFIELD

HOTELS

McCain— 19th St.

TDSCALOOSO

TOURIST HOMES

M A. Barnes— 419 30th Ave.

G. W. Qopton— 1516 25th Ave.



ARKANSAS

ARK A D E LP II I A



TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. B. Dedman— W. Caddo St.
Mrs. L. Cooper— W. Pine St.

RESTAURANTS

Richie Square Deal— Caddo St.
Hill's— River St.

BARBER SHOPS
Scott'a — 6th ft Clay St.
Richie's Upright — 16th St.

BRINKLEY

TOURIST HOMES
Davis— 709 S. Main St.



EL DORADO

HOTELS

Brewster — E. & B. Sts.

Green's— 303 Hill St.
TOURIST HOMES

C. W. Moore— 5th & Lincoln Ave.

Dr. Dunning — 7th & Columbia Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

Leaders— 301 1/2 Hill St.
GARAGES

Williams— 1305 E. 1st St.

FAYETTEVILLE

HOTELS

Mebbs— 9 N. Willow St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. S. Manuel— 313 Olive St.

N. Smith— 259 E. Center St.

FORT SMITH

HOTELS

Ullery Inn— 719 N. 9th St.
TOURIST HOMES

E. O. Trent— 1301 N. 9th St.

HOPE

HOTELS

Lewis-Wilson
HOTELS

Louis— 217 E. 3rd St.
RESTAURANTS

Green Leaf— Old 67 Hiway
BEAUTY PARLORS

Unique— 501 S. Hazel St.
BARBER SHOPS

Yeager's— 401 S. Hazel St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Tarfly's Esso— 104 E. 3rd St.
GARAGES

Nun-McDowell— 3rd and Walnut St
ROAD HOUSES

Fred's— Hazel and 4th St.

HOT SPRINGS

HOTELS

Crittenden-«-314 Cottage St.

Cnissader — 501 Malvern Ave.

Poro Flat — 410 Cottage Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

NEW EDMONDSON

243 ASH STREET

Barabin Villa— 717 Pleasant St.

J. W. Rife^-347 1/2 Malvern Ave.

Mrs. N. Fletcher — *16 Pleasant Ave.

Mrs. C. C. Wilson— 232 Garden St.

Mrs. H. Stilson— 735 Pleasant St.

E. E. Lawson — 706 Pleasant St.
BEAUTY SCHOOLS

Hollywood— 310 Church St.
SANITARIUMS

Pythian Baths — 415J4 Malvern Ave.



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



Arkansas



LITTLE ROCK

HOTELS

The Marquette— 522 W. 9th St.

Graysonia— 809 Gaines St.

New Vincent— 522 y 2 West 9th St.

Tucker's— 701^ W. 9th St.

Honeycuti— 816 West 9th St.

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. T. Thomas— 1901 High St.
Lafayette— 904 State Street
RESTAURANTS
Lafayette— 904 State St.
College— 16th ft Bishop
Johnson's— 610 W. 9th St.
DeLuxe— 724 W. 9th St.
Brown Bomber— 900 Chester St.
Tucker's— 919 Victory St.
PioA-Rib— 614 W. 9th St.
Rainbow— 620 W. 9th St.
Farun— -516 West 9th St.
Campbell's— 710 S. Stli St. (Gurdon)

Ed's 921 Victory St.

Johnson's— 18 West 9th St.
C & C— 522^ W. 9th St.

BEAUTY PARLORS
Myrtles— 1822 High St.
Woods— 16th ft High St.
Sue's— 919 W. 9th St.

Gribsy— 161 Izzard St.
Fontaine's— 714 West 9th St.

BEAUTY CULTURE SCHOOLS
Velvatex— 1004 State St.
Velvia— 814 Chester Ave.

Woods— 1523 High St.

NIGHT CLUBS

Shangri-La — 904 State Street
Lafayette — 9th ft Stale Street

BARBER SHOPS

Whitney— 1720 Izzard St.

East End— 1005 y 3 Apperson

Century— 608 W. 9th St.

Elite— 622 W. 9th St.
Fontaine's— 710 West 9th St.

Century — 610 West 9th Street

Woods— 1523— High Street
Friendly— 911 Victory St.

TAVERNS

Majestic— 708 W. 9th St.

LIQUOR STORES
Ritz— 1511 Wright Ave.
Jones— 528 W. 9th St.

Victory— 528 West 9th St.

GARAGES

Lee's— 1401 High St.

TAILORS

Metropolitan— 618 West 9th St.



SERVICE STATIONS
Lee s— 1401 High St.

Spoors— 521 E. 215th St.
Anderson — 8th ft State St.
Wrecker— 9th and Gaines St.

GARAGES

Fosters— 1400 W. 10th St.
DRUG STORES

Floyd— 602 W. 9th St.

Children's— 9th ft Gaines
TAILORS

Miller— 916 Gaines St.

Crenshaw— 709 W. 9th St.

B ft F— 1005 Apperson St.

Metropolitan— 618 W. 9th St.

Ideal — 1005 Apperson St.

North LITTLE ROCK

HOTELS

Oasis— 1311 E. 3rd St.
TOURIST HOM KS

De Lux Court— 2720 E. Broadway
RESTAURANTS

Jim's— 908 Cedar ot. N. L. R.

Nov-Vena— 1101 E. 6th St.
Cats Bar B-Q— Highway 67
ROAD HOUSES

Oasis— 1311 East 3rd Street
TAXI CABS

Jimmy's — 214 E. Washington St.

CAMDEN

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Benj. Williams — N. Main Street

Mrs. Hugh Hill— S. Main Street
RESTAURANTS

Jim Summers— 719 S. Main St.
BARBER SHOPS

Oil City— 717 So. Main St.
TAVERNS

Patton's— 212 Short St.

Daniel's — North Adams St.

Jones — 309 Monroe St.
LIQUOR STORES

Summers— 71 S'A S. Main St.
GARAGES

Mollette — N. Main Street

SOUTH CAMDEN
ROAD HOUSES

Henry Hanson — Cross Street

PINE BLUFF

HOTELS

P. K.— 3rd ft Alabama Sts.

Smith's— East Third St.

Pee Kay— 300 E. 3rd Street
TOURIST HOMES

M. J. Hollis— 1108 W. 2nd Ave.



Arkansas
Ariz., Cal.



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



PINE BLUFF (cont.)
RESTAURANTS

Shelton's— 200 E. 3rd Street

Duck Inn— 405 N. Cedar Street
BARBER SHOPS

Nappy Chin — 217 State Street
BEAUTY PARLORS

Pruitt's— 1317 W. Baracfue Street
BEAUTY SCHOOLS

DeLuxe— 221 E. 3rd St.

Jefferson— 1818 W. 6th Ave.
SERVICE STATIONS

Anderson— 100 S. Mulberry St.
GARAGES

Alley's— 1101 N. Cedar Street

FORDYSE

RESTAURANTS
Harlem— 211 1st St.

HELENA

SERVICE STATIONS
Stark's— Rightor & Walnut Su.

RUSSELL VILLE
TOURIST HOMES

E. Latimore — 318 S. Huston Are.

TEXARKANA

HOIELS

Brown's— 312 W. Elm St.
TOURIST HOMES

G. C. Mackey— 102 E. 9th St.
RESTAURANTS

Grant's Cafe— 830 Laurel St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

M. B. Randall— 1105 Laurel St.
BARBER SHOPS

Williams— 121 E. 9th St.

ARIZONA

DOUGLAS

TOURIST HOMES

Faustina Wilson— 1002 16th St.
RESTAURANTS
Blue Bird Inn— 361 9th St.

NOGALES

RESTAURANTS

Bell's Cafe— 325 Morley Ave.

PHOENIX

HOTELS

Winston Inn— 1342 E. Jefferson St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. L. Stewart— 1134 E. Jefferson

Gardener's — 1229 E. Washington St.
RESTAURANTS

Alhambia— 1246-48 E. Washington St.

Walker's— 1303 E. Jefferson Street



BEAUTY PARLORS

Thelma's— 533 E. Jefferson St.

Copelands— 1316 E. Jefferson St.

M. Parker— 547 E. Jefferson St.

C. Jackson— 1238 E. Madison St.
BARBER SHOPS

Hagler's— 111 So. 2nd Street

Bryant's— 620 S. 7th Ave.
TAVERNS

Vaughn's — 1248 E. Washington Ave.
NIGHT CLUBS

Elks— 7th Avenue & Tonto
SERVICE STATIONS

Super — 13th & Washington Street
GARAGES

Tourist— 1121 S. 5th Ave.
DRUG STORES

R. D. Davis— 1127 W. Buckeye Rd.
Johnson's— 1140 E. Washington Street

TUCSON

R ESTAURANTS
Hill's Cafe— 354 S. Meyer St.



HOTELS

Brown's— 196 N. Main St.

CALIFORNIA

BERKLEY

BEAUTY PARLORS

Little Gem— 1511 Russell St.
BARBER SHOPS

Success — 2946 Sacramento St.
TAVERNS

Schaeffer's— 2940 Sacramento St.

EL CENTRO

HOTELS

The Roland— 201 E. Main St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. L. Augustas — 420 Commercial Ave.
RESTAURANTS

Pearl McKinney Lunch — 301 Main St.

FRESNO

TOURIST HOMES

La Silve— 841 F St.
RESTAURANTS

Taylor's— 1402 C St.

DcLux— 2193 Ivy St.

New Jerico— 101 Church Street
BEAUTY PARLORS

Rosebud's— 835 G Street

Ruth's— 1816 F. Street

Golden West— 1032 - F. Street



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PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



California



BARBER SHOPS

Golden West— 1032— 'F' St.

Magnolia — 602 F. Street

Sportman's — 855 G. Street

Esquire— 1011 G. Street
TAVERNS

20th Century— 1401 - F. Street

GARAGES

Buddy's Lang's— 1659 "F" St.
Frank's— 1326 Fresno Street
TRAILER PARKS and CAMPS
Barnes Drive In— 1412 "F" St.

TAILORS

Jackson's — 1205 Sacramento Street

LOS ANGELES
HOTELS

Wat kins— 2022 N. Adams Blvd. (23)
Clark— 1824 Central Ave.
Lincoln— 549 Ceres Ave.
McAlpin — 648 Stanford Ave.
Elite— 1217 Central Avenue
Olympic — 843 S. Central Avenue
Regal— 815 E. 6th St.
Sojourner's— 1119 E. Adams Blvd.
Kentucky — 1123 Central Ave.
Avon — 405 S. Hewitt
Dunbar— 4225 S. Central Ave.
Morris— 809 E. 5th Street
Glacier— 523 Stanford Street

MOTELS

Robcrson— 2 1 1 1 E. Imperial Blvd.
Roberson's Annex — 1757 Imperial Highway
Johnson's — 11816 So. Wilmington
Western— Cor. W. 37 St. & So. Western Ave.
Colonial— 1393 East 15th St.

RESTAURANTS

Marble Inn— 1820 Imperial H'way
Robertson's — 4815 S. Central Avenue
Chief— 4400 S. Avalon Blvd.
I vie's— II 05 }4 E. Vernon Avenue
Pig N' Pat— 4200 S. Central Avenue
Henry Bros.— 10359 Wilmington (WATTS)
Banks — 4019 S. Avalon Blvd.
Nita's — 125 W. Vernon Avenue
John's— 3519 S. Western
Eddie's — 4201 S. Central Avenue
Zombie— 4216 S. Central Blvd.
The Fawn— Western & 29th St.
Arc — 4067 S. Central Avenue
Hi Jenks — *428 Avalon Avenue
Waffle Shop— 1063 E. 43 Street
Clifton's— 618 S. Olive Street
Digby — 1st & Alameda Street

BEAUTY PARLORS

Sherwoods— 5 1 1 3 S. Central Avenue
Studio— 2515 S. Central
Continental — 5203 Hopper Avenue
Anna Mae's— 4436 Avalon Avenue
Gorum — 5440 S. Central Avenue
Louise— 816 E. Sth St.
Triangle — 43 San Pedro & Walls Sts.
Colonial— 1813 */ 2 S. Central Avenue



BEAUTY PARLORS (Cont.)

Dunbar— 4225 S. Central Avenue
Beauty Salon — 1195 East 35th Street

BARBER SHOPS
Hotel— 1808 S. Central Ave.
Bertha's— 1434 W. Jefferson Boulevard
Personality — 4222 S. Central Ave.
Echo — 43rd & Central Ave.

TAVERNS

Marble Inn— 1820 Imperial Highway
Margot— 5259 S. Central Avenue
Emeral Room— 901 E. 6th St.
Golden Gate— 1719 E. 103rd St.
Paradise— 5505 S. Central Avenue
Samba — 5th & Towns Avenue
Crisbar— 2829 S. Western Avenue
Johnson's — 4201 S. Main Street
Casa Blanca— 2801 S. San Pedro.

NIGHT CLUBS

Club Alabam— 4215 S. Central Avenue

Plantation— 108th & Central

Basket Room— 3219 8. Central Avenue

Harlem— 118th & Parmalee Sts.

Harlem— 11812 Parmalee

Billy Bergs— 1354 N. Vine Street

Elk's Lounge— 1767 E. 103 St. (Watts)

Wakeki— 3741 So. Western Ave.

Last Word— 4206 So. Central Ave.

ROAD HOUSES

Casa Blanca— 2801 S. San Pedro St.

LIQUOR STORES
House of Morgan— 2729 S. Central
Dunbar — 4223 S. Central Avenue
Jackson's — 5501 S. Central Avenue

Esquire — Vernon & Central Ave.

SERVICE STATIONS
Valentine's Service— 2657 S. Western Ave.
Hopkins Signal Ser. — 3426 Central Ave.
Long's— 2732 S. Central Ave.
Carner's— 4500 S. Avalon Avenue
Simpkins & Cower— 2227 S. Central Ave.
Si Johnson's— 3500 S. Western Ave.
Tom's— 1424 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Hughes— 2901 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Brock— 1246 W. Jefferson Blvd.
R. A. & S.— Jefferson & Griffith
Garcia — 52nd PI. and Central
C & U— 6301 So. Avelon Blvd.

GARAGES

Parkers— 2100 E. 103rd St.
La Clare— Jefferson at Hill
Bill's— 4106 Avalon Blvd.
Alexander's — Jefferson & Griffith

AUTOMOTIVE

Lee's— 4820 S .Central Avenue
Auto Parts — 864 N. Virgil Avenue



California



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



LOS ANGELES (cont.)

DRUG STORES
Allums— 4375 S. Central Ave.
Doctor's — 4012 S. Central Avenue
Medical— 3112 S. Western Avenue
Martinaa — 4406 Avalon Avenue
Slopers— 2100— W. Jefferson Blvd.

TAILORS

Bader'»— 1840 E. 103rd St.
Delta — 8512 Compton Avenue
Progressive — 4302 S. Central Avenue
Beason— 2901 S. Western Ave.

REAL ESTATE
BERNARD C. HERNDON
3419 SO. CENTRAL AVENUE

ELSINORE
nOTELS

Geo. Moore — 407 Scrivener Street

HOLLYWOOD

TOURIST HOMES

Jam. W. Brown— 2881 Seattle Dr.

OAKLAND



TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. A. C. Clark— 805 Linden St.

Mil. H. Williama— 3521 Grove St.
RESTAURANTS

The Villa— 1724 7th St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Personality— 3613 San Dablo Avenue



TAYERNS ..... mt _ .

Overland Cafe— 1719 7th St.

Rythm Buffet— 1704 7th St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Summers— 1251 -7th St

McCabe— 5901 Adeline St.
Signal— 800 Center St.
GARAGES , f . m
Bufiord's— 5901 Aldine St.

PERRIS

Muse-A-While

PASADENA
TAVERNS .

Kentucky— 1067 N. Fair Oaka
SERVICE STATIONS
Penn Mobile — 1096 Lincoln Ave.
Stacy's— 920 N. Fair Oaks Avenue

SACREMENTO
HOI ELS

CENTER HOTEL

l20Mi CAPITOL AVENUE
SAN DIEGO
HOTELS

Douglass— 206 Market St.

Simmons — 542 6th Avenue

Y. W. C. A.— 29th & Gay St.
TOURIST HOMES

Johnson's— 18 N. 30th St.
RESTAURANTS

Sun — 421 Market Street

Brown Hostess — 2816 Imperial Ave.
SERVICE STATIONS

Webber's— 1655 1st Ave.

Woodson's — 3126 Franklin Ave.



WALNUT 1-7 60O

EDISON HOTEL

NEW - FIREPROOF - CLASS A

Coffee Shop and Cocktail Lounge

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY

1540 ELLIS STREET

BETWEEN FILLMORE AND WEBSTER STREETS

SAN FRANCISCO

OWNER MANAGER

S. W. CORLETT C. R. LANE



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California
Colorado



SAN DD3G0 (Cont.)

TAILORS

Clever — 2606 Imperial Avenue
Imperial — 2751 Imperial Avenue

DRUG STORES
Imperial— 2914 33rd St.

SAN FRANCISCO
HOTELS

Buford— 1969 Sutter St.

The Scaggs— 1715 Webster St.

Powell— Powell ft Market Sts.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. F. Johnson— 1788 Sutter St.

Helen's Guest House— 1951 Sutter St.
RESTAURANTS

Calif. Theatre— 1605 Post Street
BEAUTY PARLORS

Arineica's— 1832 Fillmore St.
TAVERNS

Jack's — 1931 Sutter St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Town Club— 1963 Sutter St.
DRUG STORES

Riggan's— 2600 Sutter St.

SANTA MONICA
TAYERNS

La Nobita— 1807 Belmont Place

TULARE

TOURIST HOMES

South "K" St. — 330 South "K" St.
TAVERNS

King's— 322-24 South K St.

VALLEJO

TAYERNS

Cotton Club — Virginia & Branciforte

VICTORVILLE

TOURIST HOMES
Murray's Dude Ranch

COLORADO

COLORADO SPRINGS

TOURIST HOMES

G. Roberts — 118 E. Cucharras St.
L. C. Alford— 509 N. Boyer St.
DENVER

HOTELS

Hildreth — 2152 Arapahoe Street
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. G. Anderson— 2119 Marion St.

R. B. Anderson — 2421 Ogden St.

Mrs. A. S. Fisher— 2355 High St.
RESTAURANTS

Royal— 2536 Washington St.

Mary's — 714 E. 26th Avenue

St. Louis— 2856 Welton St.



RESTAURANTS (Cont.)

Green Lantern — 2859 Fremont

Da-Nite— 1430 22nd Avenue

B ft E— 2847 Gilpin St.

Dew Drop Inn— 2715 Welton St.

Nu Way— 1025 21st St.

Sugar Bowl— 2832 Welton Street

Down Beat— 609 - 27 Street
BEAUTY PARLORS

Landers 2460 Marion St.

Ford— 2527 Humboldt St.

Myrtle's— 2404 Clarkson St.
BARBER SHOPS

Dunbar— 2741 Welton St.

Roxy— 2559 Welton St.

20th Century— 2727 Welton St.
TAVERNS

Rossonian Lounge — 2650 Welton Street

Arcade — 739 E. 26th Avenue

Archie's— 2449 Larimer St.
LIQUOR STORES

Lincoln— 2636 Welton St.

18th Ave.— 1108 E. 18th Avenue

Aristocrat— 3101 William St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Da-Nite— 728 E. 26th Avenue

White— 2655 Downing St.

Plazer — E. 22nd ft Humboldt Sts.
TAXI CABS

Ritz— 2721 Welton St.
DRUG STORES

Rocy Mt. — 23rd and Champa Sts.

T. K.— 27th and Larimer Sts.

Ideal— 28th ft Downing

V. H. Meyers— 22nd ft Downing Sts.

Atlas— 2701 Welton St.
TAILORS

Arcade— 739 E. 26th St.

White House— 2863 Welton St.

B ft B — 1710 E. 25th Avenue

Ac* — 2220 Downing St.

GREENLEY

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Alexander— 106 E. 12th St.

LA JUNTA
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. R. Mitchell— 322 W. 1st St.

Mrs. Moore — 301 Lewis Avenue

Mrs. H. Tittsworth — 325 Maple Avenur

LA MAR

HOTELS

Alamo
RESTAURANTS

Joe's

Grand

MONTROSE

HOTELS



Col., Conn.
Delaware



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



MONTROSE (cont.)
TOURIST HOMES

Davii Auto Court
RESTAURANTS

Chipeta Cafe

BEAUTY SHOPS
Ace

BEAUTY PARLORS
Ace

SERVICE STATIONS
Sorenson Sinclair Station



PUEBLO

HOTELS .
Perrr— 231 S. Victoria St.

TOURIST HOMES

Mm. T. Protho — 918 E. Evans Avenue
C. Forehand— 100$ Spruce St.

TRINIDAD

TOURIST HOMES

Mm. C. Brooks— 114 W. Srd St.

CONNECTICUT

BRIDGEPORT
HOTELS

Y. W. C. A. — Golden Hill St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mm. M. Barrett — 83 Summer St.

Mm. E. Lawrence— 68 Fulton St.
GARAGES .

W ft T — 179 William St.

HARTFORD
HOTELS

Parriih Rooming House — 26 Walnut St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mm. Johnson— 2016 Main St.
BEAUTY SHOPS

Quaility— 1762 Main St.
BARBER SHOPS

Williams— 1978 Main Street
TAVERNS

Turf Club— 2243 Main St.

NIGHT CLUBS
TURF CLUB INCORPORATED OF
CONN.— 2243 MAIN STREET

NEW HAVEN
HOTELS

Phillis Wheatley— 108 Canal Street
TOURIST HOMES

Dr. M. F. Allen — 65 Dixwell Avenue
Mrs. C. Raone — 68 Dixwell Avenue

RESTAURANTS

Monterey— 267 Dixwell Ave.
Belmonts— 156 Dixwell Ave.



BEAUTY PARLORS
Mme. Ruby— 175 Gone St.
Harris— 138 Goffe St.
Glady's— 624 Orchard Street
Ethers— 152 Dixwell Avenue
Harris— 734 Orchard St.



NTGHT CLUBS

Elk's— 204 Goffe St.

Lillian'i Paradise— 137 Wallace St.

NEW LONDON

TOURIST HOMES

Hempstead Cottage — 73 Hempstead St.
Mm. E. Whittle— 785 Bank St.



STAMFORD

HOTELS

GLADSTONE— Gay St.
TOURIST HOMES

Robert Graham — 37 Hanrahan Ave.
NIGHT CLUBS
Sizone— 136 W. Main St.

WATERBURY

TOURIST HOMES

Mm. A. Dunham— 208 Bridge St.
Community House — 34 Hopkins St.

WEST HAVEN

HOTELS

Seaview— 392 Beach St.
TAVERNS

Hoot Owl— 374 Beach St.



DELAWARE



HOTELS

Dean's — Forrest St.
Motely'a — Division St.
Weston's — Division St.

LAUREL

RESTAURANTS
Joe Randolph's— W. 6th St.

BARBER SHOPS
Joe Randolph's— W. 6th St.

BEAUTY PARLORS
Qrchid— W. 6th St.

TOWNSEND

HOTELS

Rodney— Dupont Highway-Rt. 13

GARAGES

Hood's — Dupont Hi way



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Delaware

Wash. D.C., Fla.



WILMINGTON

HOTELS

Royal— 703 French St.
Anderson — 716 French St.

Lawson— 208 Poplar St.

TOURIST HOMES

Miss W. A. Brown— 1306 Tatnall St.
Mrs. E. Till— 1008 French St.

RESTAURANTS

Christian Assn. Bldg.— 10th & Walnut St.

BEAUTY PARLORS

Mm. M. Anderson— 916 French St.

BARBER SHOPS

Burton's— 8th and Walnut St.

NIGHT CL1 BS „ . „
Spot — 7th and 8th on French St.

SERVICE STATIONS
Esso— 8th and 9th on King



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
WASHINGTON

HOTELS
JOHNSON'S HOTEL
1505- 13th ST., N.W.
Whitelaw— 13th & T Sts. N. W.
Johnson, Jr.— 1509 Vermont Ave., N.W.
Dunbar— U St. & ISth St., N. W.
Y. M. C. A.— 1816 12th St. N. W.
Y. W. C. A.— 901 Rhode Is. Ave. N. W.

TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. L. Fowler— 1449 'Q' St. N. W.
Mrs. R. Lee— 1212 Girad St. N. W .

PATSY'S GUEST HOUSE

24-HOUR SERVICE



A HOME AWAY FROM HOME
2026-13th St., N. W., Wash.ton, D. C.
Maude Farley, Prop.

Towles— 134 2 Vermont Ave., N. W.
Bailey's— 25 1 3 - 13th St., N. W.
Modern— 3006 - 13th St., N. W.
Hunt's— 1318 Rhode Island Ave., N.W.
Rivers— 1021 Monroe St., N.W.
Pasty's— 2026 13th St., N.W.
Cottage Grove— 1531 Vermont Ave., N.W.
Terry's-939 Rhode Island Ave., N.W.
Bell's— 105 I St., N.W.
Mack's— 1810 7th St., \ \\V.
Cloves— 614 S. St., S..V.
Hammond's— 725 First St.. N.W.
Boyd's— 1744 Swann St., N.W.
Downtown House — 121 K St., N.W.



TAVERNS

Holleywood— 1940 9th St. N. W.

Liberty— 910 5th St. N. W.

Harrison's Cafe— 4 55 Florida Ave. N. W.

Off Beat— 1849 - 7th St., N. W.

Kenyon — Ga. Avenue & Kenyon St., N. W.

Capitol— 1224 U St., N. W.

Chuck's 1334 V St., N. W.

Club Liberty— 910 - 5th St.. N. W.
RESTAURANTS

Keys— 7th & T St. N. W.

Chicken Paradise— 1210 U. St.. N. W.

Earl's— 1218 U St., N. W.

Sugar Bowl— 2830 Georgia Ave., N. W.

Shrimp Hut— 807 Florida Aveneue, N. W.

Casbah— 1211 U St., N. W.

Uptown— 807 Florida, N. W.

Johnson's— 1909 - 14th St., N. W.

The Hour— 1937 - 1 kh St.. N. W.

Jackson's— 1831 Weltberger St., N. W.

Cozy— 708 Florida Ave., N.W.
��Brass Rail— 1739 7th St., N.W.
LIQUOR STORES

Peoples- -7 19 - 11th St., N. W.

S & W--1428 - 9th St., N. W.

Ney's— 1013 Penna. Ave., N. W.

Shuster's— 101 H St., N. W.

Masters— 714 K St., N. W.
BARBER SHOPS

Florida— 1803 Florida Ave., N. W.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Apei— 1417 *U' St. N. W.

The Royal— 1800 T St. N. W.

Elite— 1806 Florida Ave., N. W.

Vanity Box— 1515 - 9th St., N. W.

Lil's— 1327 - 11th St., N. W.

Green's - 1825 - 18th St., N. W.

A. Marie— 3114 - 11th St.,

Bandbox— 2036 - 1 8th St.,

La Salle— 541 Florida Ave.,
NIGHT CLIBS

Republic Gardens— I35S 'IT St. N. W.

Club Bali— 1901 - 14th St., N. W.

Club Caverns— 11th & U St., N. W.
SERVICE STATIONS

Brown's — Georgia Ave. & 'V* St.

Engelberg— 1783 Florida Ave.. N. W.
DRUG STORES ♦

Doctor's— 112 W. St.
TAILORS

W. R. Reynolds— 1808 Florida Ave., N. W.



FLORIDA

DAYTONA BEACH

TOURIST HOMES

M. Littleton— 522 S. Campbell St.



, N. W.
N. W.
N.W.



RESTAURANTS
C. & B.— 566 Campbell St.

LIQUOR STORES
Hank's— 531 S. Campbell St.



Florida



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



DAYTON A BEACH (cont.)

SERVICE STATIONS

Kirkland — Campbell & Orange Ave.

DELRAY BEACH



FORT LAUDERDALE

HOTELS

Hill— 430 N. W. 7th Ave.
TAVERNS

Windsor
NIGHT CLUBS

2 Spot Cotton Club

JACKSONVILLE

HOTELS

Blue Chip— 514 Broad St.

Richmond — 422 Broad St.
TOURIST HOMES

Craddock — 45th & Moncrief

Alpine Cottage— 714 W. Ashley St.

E. H. Flipper— 739 W. Church St.

L. D. Jefferson— 1834 Moncrief Rd.

B. Robinson — 128 Orange St.

C. H. Simmons— 434 W. Ashley St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Two Spot — 45th & Moncrief Rd.

RESTAURANTS

Sunrise— 829 Pearl St.

LAKE CITY

TOURIST HOMES
MRS. M. J. McCOY (Ben-Flo)
720 E. LEON STREET

Rivers— 931 Taylor Street
RESTAURANTS

Bill Rivers— 931 Taylor Street
BARBER SHOPS

George's— 302 E. Railroad St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Ruby's — 205 N. Dundee Street
SERVICE STATIONS

r'armenis — 300 E. Washington St.

GARAGES

Chicken's — E. Railroad St.

LAKELAND

TOURIST HOMES

Mm. A. Davit— 518 W. 1st St.
Mm. J. Davis— 842J4 N. Florida Ave.

MIAMI

HOTELS

Mary Elizabeth— 642 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Dorsey— 941 N. W. 2nd Avenue



BEAUTY PARLORS

Progressive— 1324 N. W. 1st Court

Elizabeth— 175 N. W. 11th Terrace

Charlows— 1730 N. W. 1st Court

Minnie's— 1469 y 2 N. W. Sth Avenue
BEAU1T SCHOOLS

Sunlight— 1011 N. W. 2nd Avenue
BARBER SHOPS

Smitth's— 363 W. Flagler St.
TAVERNS

Star— 3rd Ave. & 15th St. N. W.
NIGHT CLUBS

Fiesta— 627 N. W. 2nd Avenue
LIQUOR STORES

Cuban— 1701 N. W. 4th Avenue

Ideal— 175 N. W. Uth St.

Henry's— 379 N. W. 14th St.
TAILORS

Valet— 506 N. W. 14th St.
TAXI CABS

Brown's — N . W. 8th St. & 2nd Ave.

ORLANDO

HOTELS

Wells Bill— 509 W. South St.

PENSACOLA

RESTAURANTS

Rhumboogie — 509 E. Salamanca Streel
TAILORS

Reese— 307 E. Wright Street

SEBRING

RESTAURANTS
Brown's — 406 Lemon St.

SOUTH JACKSONVILLE

RESTAURANTS
Cool Spot— 2619 Kings Avenue

ST. AUGUSTINE

TOURIST HOMES

F. H. Kelley— 83 Bridge St.

H. G. Tye Apts.— 132 Central Avenue

TAMPA

HOTELS

Central — 1028 Central Avenue

Dallas— 829 Zack St.

Roger*
RESTAURANTS

Bruce's— 813 Scott St.
TAVERNS

Little Savory — Central & Scott

WEST PALM BEACH

RESTAURANTS

Silver Bar Grill— 615 8th St.



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Georgia



GEORGIA

ADRIAN
TOURIST HOMES

Wayside Cottage

ALBANY

TOURIST HOMES

Mm. A. J. Ross— 514 Mercer St.

Mrs. L. Davit— 313 South St.

Mm. C. Wathington— 228 S. Jackton St.

ATLANTA

HOTELS

Hotel Royal— 214 Auburn Ave., N. E.

Mack— 548 Bedford Place, N. E.

Savoy — 239 Auburn A. (formerly Roosevelt)

Shaw— 245 Auburn Ave.

McKay— Auburn Ave.

Y. M. C. A.— 22 Butlex St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Connally— 125 Walnut St. S.W.

RESTAURANTS

Suttons — 312 Auburn Ave. N. E.

Dew Drop Inn— 11 Ashby St. N. E.

Hawk'*306 Auburn
TAVERNS

Yeah Man— 256 Auburn Ave. N. E.

Sportmant Smoke Shop — 242Auburn N. E.

Butler' t — 1868 Simpson Ro d
BEAUTY PARLORS

Pore— 250J4 Auburn Avenue

BARBER SHOPS

Artistic — 55 Decatur

Gate City— 240 Auburn Ave., N. W.
NIGHT CLUBS

Henry — Auburn Ave. & Hillard St.

The Top Hat — Auburn Ave. N. E.

Posnciana — 143 Auburn Avenue
SERVICE STATIONS

Harden's— 848 Hunter Ave. Cor. Belle

Hall't 215 Auburn Ave., N. E.
GARAGES

South Side— 539 Fraser St., N. E.

AUGUSTA
HOTELS

Crimm'a — 725 9th St.

Harlem— 1145 9th St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mm. M. Beateley— 1412 Twigg St.
WINE AND LIQUOR STORE

Bollinger' t — 1114 Gwennett St.

BRUNSWICK

TOURIST HOMES

The Palmt— 1309 Gloutter St.
Melody Tourist Inn— 1505 G. St.



RESTAURANTS

Kozy— 1305 Gloucester St.

Green Lantern— 1615 Albany St.
BARBER SHOPS

Battle's— 1304 Gloucester St.

Veteran's — Albany St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Ethel's— 1501 London St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Hall't— 1307 Gloucester St.
GARAGES

Gould't— 1608 New Castle St.

TAVERNS

Pickwick— I Street

Duncan— 1100 Gloucester St.
TAXI CABS

Murphy— Phone 795 or 9101

Green Cab— 1305 Gloucetter St.

COLUMBUS

HOTELS

Lowes— 724 Sth Ave.

Y. M. C. A.— 521 9th St.
RESTAURANTS

Economy Cafe— 519 8th St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Ann's— 832 4th Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

Sherrell's — First Avenue
NIGHT CLUBS

Golden Rest— 1026 7th Ave.
GARAGES

Seventh Avenue — 816 7th Ave.

DOUGLAS
HOTELS

Economy — Cherry St.
TOURIST HOMES

Lawson's — Pearl St.
RESTAURANTS

Thomas'— Pearl St.
BARBER SHOPS

Tucker & Mathis— Cherry St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Rosella's — Gaskin St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Lonnie A. Pope — Peterson St.
GARAGES

McNairs — Rota Street
TAVERNS

Sport Harold' t— Coffee St.
ROAD HOUSES

Violet Tyson — Cherry St.

DUBLIN

TOURIST HOMES

Mm. M. Burden— 508 McCall St.
Mm. R. Hunter— 504 S. Jefferson
Mrs. M. Kea— 405 S. Jefferson



Ga., Idaho
Illinois



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



TOURIST HOMES

J. P. Cooper— 211 College St.



HOTELS

Douglas — 361 Broadway

Richmond — 319 Broadway
TOURIST HOMES

Mr». E. C. Moore— 122 Spring St.

Bn. F. W. Henndon— 139 l»t Ave.
RESTAURANTS

Mables— Main Street

Red Front— 417 Wall St.

Jean's— 429 Cotton Avenue

West Side— 961 Dempsey Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Marquiata — 554 New Street

La Bonita — 455 Cotton Avenue

Carrie's — 133 Forest Avenue

Lula Life — *2S E. 2nd Street
TAILORS

Huschel — 264 Broadway

Community — 550 - 3rd Avenue
SERVICE STATIONS

Anderson's — Pursley at Pond Street

SAVANNAH

RESTAURANTS

Dreamland— 43rd & Hopkins St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Rose— 348 Price St.

School of Beauty Culture

456 Montgomery St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Gibson's — W2 West Broad St.
DRUG STORES

Mooret' — 37th * Florence
TAILORS

Halls— 1014 W. Broad St.
TRAILER PARK

Cocoa aut Grove— Mrs.J. Cox

WAY CROSS

HOTELS

Cooper — Oak St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. K. G. Scarlett— 843 Reynolds

Smith's— State St.
RESTAURANTS

Paradise— Oak St.
BARBER SHOPS

Johnson's — Oak St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Union Cab — State St.
GARAGES

State Street — State Street



IDAHO

BOISE

HOTELS

California— 1110^ Main St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. S. Love— 1164 River St.

Open Door Mission— 1159 River St.
RESTAURANTS

Union Pacific Greyhound Depot — 9th and
Bannock Sts.

POCATELLO

TOURIST HOMES

A. M. E. Parsnage — 625 E. Fremont St.
Tourist Park — E. Fremont St.

ILLINOIS

CHICAGO

HOTELS
MANOR HOUSE HOTEL
4(535 SOUTH PARKWAY
Tel. Li. 8-9312 — Li. 8-9840

Ritz Hotel — 409 East Oakwood Blvd.
Hotel Como — 5204-6 South Parkway
Green Gables— 2920 S. Lake Park Ave.
Du Sable— 764 Oakwood Blvd.
Evans Hotel— 733 East 61st St.
Pershing Hotel— 6400 Cottage Grove Ave.
Southway Hotel — 6014 South Parkway
Spencer Hotel— 300 E. Garfield Blvd.
Grand Hotel— 5044 South Parkway
Y. M. C. A.— 3763 Wabash Ave.
S & S HOTEL
4142-48 SOUTH PARKWAY

Y. W. C. A.— 4559 South Parkway
Monarch Hotel — 4530 Prairie Ave.
Albion Hotel— 4009 Lake Park Ave.
Prairie Hotel— 2836 Prairie Ave.
Eberhart Hotel— 6050 Eberhart Ave.
Hotel Elliot— 2645-47 Washington Blvd.
The Don Hotel — 3337 Michigan Ave.
Harlem Hotel— 5020 S. Michigan Ave.
RESTAURANTS

Morris'— 410 E. 47th St.

Wrights— 3753 S. Wabash Ave.

A ft J— 105 E. 51st St.

Pitts— 812 E. S9th St.

Palm Gardens— 720 E. Oakwood Blvd.

400 dub— 715 E. 63rd St.

Pioneer— 533 E. 43rd St.

Pershing — 755 East 64th Street
TOURIST HOMES

DAY'S VISITORS HOME

3616 SO. PARKWAY

Mrs. Ethel M. Day, Mgr.

Mabel Bank— 712 E. 44th St.

Poro College— 4415 S. Parkway
BEAUTY PARLORS

Matties' — 4212 Cottage Grove Ave.
BARBER SHOPS
Bank's— 209 E. 39th St.



From the Collections of The Henry



Every section of Chicago is served
by the Chicago surface lines. Car
stops are indicated by White Bands
on the poles at street intersections.
98% of the population live within
three blocks of one or more surface
lines.

Below are listed many of the prin-
cipal points of interest in Chicago.

AIRPORTS — Chicago Municipal
Airport — 63rd St. and Cicero Ave.
One of the nations finest airports and
the greatest scene of aeronautical ac-
tivity in the United States. Board
southbound State St. cars on State St.
or Clark- Wentworth or through Route
No. 22 cars in Clark St. and transfer
West on 63 rd St. to Cicero Ave.

AMUSEMENTS

Riverside Park — Belmont and West-
ern Aves. A large summer amuse-
ment park. Take Riverview-Larrabee
cars at Dearborn and Randolph Sts.
or Clybourn Ave. cars at Wells St.
direct to park. By transfer north on
Western Ave. or west on Belmont
Ave. direct to park.

BASEBALL PARKS

Cubs Park (Wrigley Field) Clark
fcnd Addison Sts. (1100 W. — 3600 N.)
Home grounds of the Chicago Na-
tional League baseball team. Take
Clark-Wentworth or through Route
No. 22 cars on Clark St. north to main
entrance.

White Sox Park (Comiskey Park)

West 35th St. and Shields Ave. Home
grounds of the Chicago American
League baseball team. Take Clark-
Wentworth or through Route No. 22
cars on Clark St., south to 35th St.



and Wentworth Ave. Baseball park,
one block west.

MANUFACTURING AND
INDUSTRIES

Central Manufacturing District —
Between Ashland Ave., Morgan St.,
35th St. and Pershing Road (1600 W.
to 1000 W. and 3500 S. to 3900 S.)
Also along Pershing Road between
Ashland and Western Aves. This dis-
trict contains about 250 nationally
known manufacturing concerns. Take
south bound Ashland Ave. cars on
State St. and transfer on 35th St.

Union Stock Yards — Between Per-
shing Road, 47th St., Halstead St. and
S. Ashland Ave. (3900 S. to 4700 S.)
(800 W. to 1600 W.) The world's
famous center of the packing industry.
Take south bound Halstead St. cars
on Clark St., or Wallace-Racine Ave.
cars on State St. direct to main en-
trance at Halstead and Root Sts.
MUSEUMS

Chicago Historical Museum — The
best collection of American historical
mementos are displayed here. Relics
of Columbus, Lincoln, Spanish explor-
ers, the French voyageurs and the
Indian Northwest are shown. A real
education. Admission Free Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. Address, in
Lincoln Park at Clark St. and North
Ave.

Adler Planetarium and Astronomical
Museum — Located on Lake Michigan
at Roosevelt Road (1200 S.) and open
to the public. Demonstrations with
lectures at 11 A.M. and 3 P.M. on
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Saturday. At 11 A.M., 3 and 8 P.M.,
on Tuesday and Friday; at 3 and 4
P.M. on Sunday. Admission Free on
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.



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Admission Free on Wednesday, Sat-
urday and Sunday. Admission 25c on
other days. Children Free mornings.
Take any south bound car on Wabash
except cars marked Wabash-Harrison,
or any south bound car on State St.
or south bound car on Clark St., ex-
cept those marked Clark - Downtown
and transfer east on Roosevelt Road
to terminal

Ghetto — Maxwell between Halstead
and Jefferson Sts. (1320 S. - 800 W.)
This market is typical of the Russian
Jewish customs. Closed on Saturday —
the Jewish Sabbath. Take the Roose-
velt Road cars at Dearborn and
Adams Sts. to Jefferson St. and walk
south.

Lindbergh Beacon — On the Palm-
olive Building, Michigan Ave. and
Walton Place (100 E. - 921 N.) This
aerial beacon is considered the most
powerful ever made. Presented by Col.
Sperry in commemoration of Col.
Lindbergh's trans-Atlantic flight.

Merchandise Mart — Largest build-
ing of its kind in the world with
more floor space devoted to merchan-
dising than any other structure. Home
for thousands of wholesalers and ex-
hibitors. A magnet for merchants and
buyers from every section of the map.
Visitors' tours four times daily. Ad-
dress Chicago River at Wells St.

Navy Pier — Extending 3,000 ft.
into the lake at the end of Grand
Ave. (500 N.) The pier is justly pop-
ular as a recreation center and lake
steamer landing. During the season
band concerts and dancing.

Botanical Gardens and Conserva-
tories—Formal gardens at Humbolt
Park. Conservatories at Washington
and Lincoln Parks and rare specimens
at Garfield Park. All are visited an-
nually by millions of sightseers.

Buckingham Fountain — In Grant
Park at the foot of Congress St. (500



S.) The largest and one of the most
beautiful fountains in the world. Il-
luminated several nights each week.

Chinatown — Wentworth Ave. at
Cermak Road (200 W. - 2200 S.) A
district inhabited almost entirely by
Chinese and devoted to their business
and professional needs. A Chinese city
hall, stores and restaurants attract
visitors.

Chicago Water Tower — Michigan
and Chicago Aves. (100 E. - 800 N.)
An old historic landmark built before
the fire of 1871. Take north bound
car on State St or north bound car on
Clark St. to Chicago Ave., transfer
east to Michigan Ave.

Elks Memorial — Lake View Ave.
and Diversey Parkway (400W-2800N)
Open 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. every day.
Admission Free.

Chicago Public Library — 1,600,000
volumes covering every possible read-
er demand. A special department for
the blind, representative collections in
all the more commonly used foreign
languages. Houses G.A.R. Memorial
Hall with exhibits of Civil War relics.
Admission Free daily. Address Mich-
igan Ave. and Randolph St.

AMUSEMENT CENTERS

FREE CONCERTS — Free public
band and symphony concerts by the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the
Chicago Opera Orchestra attracts 2,-
000,000 persons annually to the band
shell in Grant Park next to the Field
Museum of Natural History. Season
starts July first and continues for 67
nights. Free concerts are also offered
in other large Chicago parks.

Field Museum of Natural History —
One of the world's greatest and most
complete exhibits of Anthropology,
Botany, Geology, Zoology. Collections
from all over the world of the pre-
historic and the modern. A visual rec-



From the Collections of The Henry Ford




From the Collections of The Henry



ord of civilization from its inception.
Notable Animal exhibits — Fossils —
Minerals — Meteorites. Man from all
ages and every dims down to races of
today. Free parking space. Admission
Free Thursdays, Saturdays and Sun-
days. Address Roosevelt Road and the
Lake. Take any South bound car on
Wabash except Wabash-Harrison or
take any south bound car on State St.
or south bound on Clark St., except
those marked Clark-Downtown and
transfer east on Roosevelt Road to
the terminal.

John G. Shedd Aquarium — Newest
and most complete aquarium in the
world with more than 10,000 finny
specimens ranging all the way from
tthe walking fish of Africa to the
weirdest and colorful exhibits of deep
sea life. Visited by thousands. Admis-
sion Free Thursdays, Saturdays and
Sundays. Other days admission 25c.
School children Free. Address Roose-
velt Road and the Lake.

Museum of Science and Industry,
founded by Julius Rosenwald — Lo-
cated at 57th St. and Lake Michigan
(5700 S.) at the north end of Jackson
Park. Extensive exhibits of the
Worlds' Fairs of 1893 and 1933, also
typical exhibits of a real coal mine in
operation and other exhibits of scien-
tific, engineering and industrial devel-
opments. Open 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
every day. Admission to mine, adults
25c and children 10c. Take Stony Is-
land Ave. Car on Wabash to 57th St.
and walk east to Museum.

Brookfield Zoo — America's most
unusual zoo, patterned after those in
Germany, where instead of cages and
bars, wide ditches seeparate the spec-
tator from the animals. This unique
method of exhibition supported by
man-made mountains, gullies and for-
est, enables you to see the specimens
in their native habitat. Admission
Free, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
and holidays. Forty minutes from



downtown Chicago via Burlington
Railroad.

Chicago Zoological Park — Located
between the Des Plaines River and
Salt Creek at Brookfield, 14 miles
from the Chicago central business dis-
trict. Open every day at 10 A.M. Ad-
mission 25c, Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday and Friday. Other days Free.

Oriental Institute (University of
Chicago) —Corner of 58th St." and
University Ave. 5800 A - 1142 E)
Collections of original monuments and
antiquities made by explorations in the
Near East. Open Monday to Saturday
inclusive from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Sunday 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. from July
1st to Nov. 30th. Open rest of the
year from ti A.M. to 5 P.M. Saturday
and Sunday. Monday to Friday, 1 to
5 P.M. Admission Free. Take Route
No. 1 cars on Wabash Ave. to 55th
St. and University Ave. Walk south
to 58th St.

Art Institute of Chicago — Address,
Michigan Ave. at Adams St. (100 E-
200 S). Ranks among the best art gal-
leries in the country and has the
largest art school in the world. Over
700 lectures on travel and art are
given annually. Admission Free, Wed-
nesday, Saturday, Sunday and Holi-
days. Admission other days 25c.

PUBLIC BUILDINGS

United States Court House — Be-
tween Adams, Jackson, Clark and
Dearborn (200 S - 100 W) In this
building are the Federal Courts and
offices and Post Office departments.

American Furniture Mart — 666
Lake Shore Drive (666 N - 500 E)
This building is devoted exclusively
to furniture and furniture display.

Chicago Stadium — Madison and
Wood Sts. (O-N - 1800 W) Largest
indoor sports arean in the world.

(CONT. ON P. 27)



25



(Robbing, 9UinoJUL Step^ Out 9n, JhimL



By GEORGE W. SHEPPARD



The fastest growing town in the
state of Illinois is one that is OWNED
AND OPERATED BY NEGROES*
It is Robbins, Illinois, located seven-
teen miles from Chicago. Ninety-five
per cent of the more than six thousand
inhabitants OWN THEIR OWN
HOMES.

But Robbins is no "Boom Town." It
was founded in 1917 by Thomas J.
Kellar and has since experienced a
slow but sure growth.

It owes the rapid strides it is mak-
ing at present to a number of factors.
First, perhaps, is the fact that the city
of Chicago, like most cities, has an
acute housing shortage and its inhab-
itants, looking for places to live, have
been attracted by the many advantages
that Robbins offers.

Secondly, the town is a "natural"
as a "resort. It affords many picnic
grounds and is an ideal place for
summer outings. Many lakes are close
by and inhabitants claim that fishing
is good too.

Thirdly, the courage, the foresight
and ability of the present mayor,
Holis L. Reeves, is bringing good,
sound, practical business into the local
government. In that way the village
is in a good position to cope with the
many problems that a fast growing
community must face. He is abty as-
sisted by Misses Bertha L. Hendricks,
deputy clerk, and Bessie M. Stephens,
secretary to the administration. Wil-
liam. March is chief of police with
thirteen patrolmen working under his
direction. Milton A. Robinson is chief
of detectives.

The village is run by six trustees in
addition to the mayor. They are



Fletcher Tillman, DeWitt Williams,
Joseh Moore, Lee Riston and Victor
Anderson. Together they have guided
the destinies of the community for the
last eight years.

National Loaders Started in Robbins

Edward A. Starks, a business man
in Robbins for 41 years, recalls^ that
Herman E. Moore, now Federal judge
of the Virgin Islands, served as Vil-
lage attorney.

William L. Dawson, congressman
from the First Illinois District, also
served the Village as attorney. Mr.
Stark states that they helped to set
up the legal machinery for the town
and that the village owes them a debt
of gratitude. Legal business and the
courts a're conducted by one elected
judge, Ernest Lemon; Village attorney.
Today there is little crime in Rob-
bins.

No Prejudice and Restrictions

The change that the visitor sees in
Robbins now is only of population
but of industry. Where there were
shelters covered with tar paper, there
are homes built of stone, concrete and
marble. Water is supplied from the
city of Chicago and efforts are being
made to increase the supply. Because
of the absence of prejudice and re-
strictions, opportunities for the Negro
are unlimited.

There are ten churches of various
denominations, one centrally located
school of which William E. Jackson is
principal and a community high school
in the adjoining city of Blue Island.
There are sixty places of business
and two physicians who serve Rob-
bins; Dr. Waurice Winston, county
physician ad Dr. Williams. The Rev.



From the Collections of The Henry



Matthew Anthony is pastor of Greater
Hope Baptist Church, the largest
from the standpoint of membership of
the ten churches. The court, the city
jail and the fire department, headed
by Edward Willett, are housed in the
administration building.

One Can Play Here, Too!
But all is not work in this throb-
bing community. There are night spots
that would do justic to Chicago or
New York's brightest. The eldest and
most popular is Walter (Pop) Flow-
ers place. A complete floor show is
found at the Apex Club. The Com-
munity Club and Grill, operated by
Williams Rhodes and Orr is another
to which pleasure seekers throng.



The future of Robbins, the full
realization of Thomas J. Kellar's
dream, is in the hands of the straight
thinking citizens who will refuse to
get lost in a maze of politics and in-
ternal strife and who will continue
in office those who are working night
and day for its betterment. IT IS
WORTH THE TROUBLE TO GO
OUT AND TAKE A LOOK AT AN
EXPERIMENT OF AN EXHIBI-
TION OF WHAT NEGROES
WORKING TOGETHER CAN DO.
Indeed, it would not be a bad idea
to* pitch- in and help.

♦During the last eight years Robbins
built 582 units. Per cent of increase
139.2, according to Real Estate Re-
search Corp. Covering 30 cities and
villages.



(CONT. FROM P. 25)



Take west bound Madison St. cars on
Monroe St., direct to stadium.

Coliseum — 151 3 S. Wabash Ave.
(50 E) Auditorium seats 14,000 per-
sons. Take south bound Cottage Grove,
Indiana, Stony Island - Wnbash or
Thru Route No. 1 or No. 3 cars on
Wabash Ave. direct to Coliseum.

Soldiers Field — 14th St. and Lake
Shore (1400 S) Take south bound
Clark St. cars, except those marked
Clark-Downtown or south hound cars



on Wabash Ave., except cars marked
Wabash-Harrison and transfer to east
bound Roosevelt Road cars to ter-
minal. Walk one block south to en-
trance. Address, on Lake Front at
14th St.

Race Track — Six months racing and
six real tracks. Between May 1st and
October 31st. Reached by railroads,
also good automobile highways. Park-
ing spaces are available for the mo-
torist at all tracks.



27



Illinois
Indiana



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



When in Chicago . . .

STOP AND SHOP
at the
NEW AND GREATER

SOUTH CENTER

DEPARTMENT STORE
nil. AND SOUTH PARKWAY

"The Famous Store
lor Famous Brands"



TAVERNS

The palm— 466 E. 47th St.
El Casino— 823 E. 39th St.
Kev Hole— 396<; S. Parkway

NIGHT CLUBS

Boulevard Lounge— 104 E. Slit St.

820 Club— 820 E. 39th St.

Show Boat— 6109 S. Parkway
SERVICE STATIONS

Parkway— 340 W. Grand Ave.

Standard— Garfield & S. Parkway

American Giants— 5900 S. Wabash Ave.

Roosevelt — 4600 S. Wabash Ave.
GARAGES

Zephyr— 4 535 S. Cottage Grove Ave.

AUTOMOTIVE

CHARLES BARON, INC.

Authorized Ford Dealer

3840 MICH. AV. & 2229 MICH. AV.
DRUG STORES

Partee— 4 308 S. Parkway
Thompson— 545 E. 47th St.

LIQUOR SHORES
SAM'S LIQUORS
2255 W. MADISON ST.
TeL Se. 3-3137



CENTRALIA
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Claybourne— 303 N. Pine St.
BEAUTY SHOPS

M. Coleman— 503 N. Poplar St.
BARBER SHOPS

P. Coleman— 503 N. Poplar St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Langenfield— 120 N. Poular St.

DANVILLE
HOTELS

Just A Mere Hotel— 218 E. North St.

EAST ST. LOUIS

TOURIST HOMES

P. B. Reeves— 1803 Bond Ave.
W. E. Officer— 2200 Missouri Ave.

NIGHT CLUBS

Cotton Qub — 1236 Mississippi Ave.

PEORIA

TOURIST HOMES

Clara Gibbons— 923 Monson St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

S. Thompson— 809 Sanford Street
BARBER SHOPS.

Stone's— 323 N. Adams St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Bris Collins— 405 N. Washington St.

SPRINGFIELD

HOTELS

Dudley— 130 S. 11th St.

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. M. Rollins— 844 S. College St.
Mrs. B. Mosby— 1614 E. Jackson St.
Mrs. G. Bell— 625 N. 2nd St.
Mrs. E. Brooks— 705 N. 2nd St.
Dr. Ware — 1520 E. Washington St.

OTTAWA
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. G. Danile— 605 S. 3rd Ave.

ROCKFORD

HOTELS

Briggs — 429 S. Court St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. C.Gorum— 301 Steward Ave.

Mrs. G. Wright— 422 S. Court St.

S. Westbrook— 5 1 5 N. Winnebago

Mrs. Brown— 927 S. Winnebago St.

\V A II KEG AN
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. R. Norwood — 119 Madison St.



TAVERNS
Terrance Cafe-



INDIANA

ANDERSON



-1411 Madison Av<



From the Collections of The Henr\



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



Indiana
Iowa



TOURIST HOMES

Miss E. Botts— 33.6 St. Joe St.

EVANSVILLE

TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. B. Bell— 672 Lincoln Ave.
Mrs. Lauderdale— 309 Locust St.
Miss F. Snow— 719 Oak St.
Community Ass'n — 620 Cherry St.

FORT WAYNE

RESTAURANTS

Leo Manuals'— 1329 Lafayette St.
Stewart's — 621 E. Brackenridge St.
Martin & Rankin— 1329 S. Lafayette St.
TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. Ben Talbot— 456 E. Douglas

BARBER SHOPS
William's— 1116 Eliza
BEAUTY PARLORS

Service— 1408 S. Hanna St.

GARY

HOTELS

States'— 1700 Washington St.

FRENCH LICK
HOTELS

Thurman — 222 Indianna Ave.

INDIANAPOLIS

HOTELS

Y. M. C. A.— 450 N. Senate Ave.
Y. W. C. A. — 653 N. West St.
Ferguson— 1102 N. Capitol Ave.
Marquis— 1523 N. Capitol Avenue
Hawaii — 406 Indiana Ave.
Zanzibar— 420 N. Sinate Ave.
RESTAURANTS

Lasley's — 510 Indiana Ave.
A. B.'s — 413 Indiana Ave.
Broaden's — 1645 N. Western Ave.
Parkview— 321 N. California Ave.
Stormy Weather — 319 Indiana Ave.
Log Cabin— 524 Indiana Ave.

CHINESE RESTAURANTS

Yee Sen— 545 Indiana
BEAUTY PARLORS

Stephens 3c Childs— 527 Indiana Ave.
Beauty Boi— 2704 Clifton St.
Dancy's — 436 N. California Ave.
Smith's — 446 Douglas St.

TAVERNS
Mayes Cafe— 503 Indiana
Ritz — Sinate & Indiana
Sunset— 875 Indiana
M. C— 544 W. Maryland St.
Blue Eagle— 648 Indiana
Midway — 736 Indiana
Panama — 306 Indiana



SERVICE STATIONS

Harris — 458 West 16th St.
GAR A GES

25th Street Garage— 560 W. 25th St.
DRUG STORES

Ethical — 642 Indiana
TAILORS

Neighborhood — 1642 Northwestern Ave.

Lee's— 401 W. 29th St.

JEFFERSONVILLE
TOURIST HOMES

Charles Thomas — 607 Missouri Ave.
Leonard Redd— 711 Missouri Ave.

MARION

RESTAURANTS

Marshall's — 114 E. 4th St.

KOKOMO

TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. C. W. Winburn— 1015 Kennedy St.
Mrs. Charles Hardinson— 8 1 2 Kennedy St.
Mrs. S. D. Hughes— 1045 N. Kennedy St.

LAFAYETTE

TAVERNS
Pekin Cafe— 1702 Hartford St.

MICHIGAN CITY

TOURIST HOMES

Allen's— 210 E.2nd St.

MUNCIE
HOTELS

Y. M. C. A.— 900 S. Madison
SOUTH BEND

RESTAURANTS

Smokes — 432 S. Chapin St.

TERRE HAUTE

HOTELS

Booker— 33^ No. 3rd St.

WEST BADEN SPRINGS

HOTELS

Waddy

EVANSVILLE

TOURIST HOMES
Z. Knight— 4 10 S. E. 9th St.



IOWA

CEDAR RAPIDS
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. W. H. Lavelle— 812 9th Ave. E.
Brown's— 818 9th Ave. S. E.



Iowa
Kansas



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



DES MOINES

HOTELS

Y. W. C. A. 5 12 -9th St.

Watkins— 833 Keo Way

Parker-Roach— 762 9th St.

La Marguerita — 1425 Center Street
RESTAURANTS

Sampson— 1246 E. 17th St.

Cunningham's — 1602 E. University

Ida Bell's— 783 11th St.

Corinne's— 1450 Walker Street

Bryson's — 1115 Center Street

Gertrudes'— 1308 Keo Way

Peck's— 1180 - 13th Street

Community— 1202 Center Street

Ida Bell's— 783 Eleventh

Buzz Inn— 1000 Center Street

Erma & Carrie's — 1008 Center Street

William's— 1200 East 16th St.

Welcome Inn— 1545 Walker St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Vo-Pon— 1656 Walker St.

Berline— 1206 Center St.

Polly's— 1544 Walker St.

Evalon— 762 W. 9th St.

Bernice's— 911 W. 1 6th St.

Murlians— 933 16th St.

Miniature— 1143 Enis

Louie's — 1204 Center Street

Ruth's— 1049 4th Street



SERVICE STATIONS

Eagle— 2246 Hubble Blvd.

Mumlord's — 4th & Euclid Avenue
GARAGES

4th Street— 417 4th St.
AUTOMOTIVE

Andy's — E. University & Hubble
TAILORS

National— 808 - 12th Street

Clean Craft— 1300 - 6th Avenue
DRUG STORES

Adams — E. 5th & Locust St.

DUBUQUE

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. P. Martin — 712 University Ave.
Mrs. Edwin Weaver — 795 Roberts Ave.

OTTUMWA

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. J. Rose— 802 N. Fellows
William Bailey— 526 Center Ave.
J. H. Hewitt— 512 Grant
Harry Owens— 814 W. Pershing

SIOUX CITY

RESTAURANTS

Prince Henry— 704 W. 7th St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Fannie Mae's— 520J4 W. 7th St.



WATERLOO

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. B. F. Tredwell— 928 Beach St.
Mrs. Spencer — 220 Summer St.
Mrs. E. Lee— 745 Vinton St.



KANSAS
ATCHISON



NICHT CLUBS

Mrs. M. McDonald— 10th & Spruce
DRUG STORES

Henderson — 7th & Division St.

BETHEL

COUNTRY CLUB

Penrod— R. F. D. 1
BOGUE
TOURIST HOMES

Tourist Court— Juntion Rt. U. S. 24

COFFEYVILLE
TOURIST HOMES

Tourist Home — 618 E. 5th St.

CONCORDIA
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. B. Johnson— 102 E. 2nd St.
Mrs. Glen McVey— 328 East St.

EMPORIA
TOURIST HOMES

Elliott's— 816 Congress St.

EDWARDSVILLE

TOURIST HOMES

Road House — Anderson's Highway 32 &
Bitts Creek

FORT SCOTT
HOTELS

Hall's— 223 # E. Wall St.
TOURIST nOMES

Peter Thomas un — 114 S. Ransom St.

HIAWATHA

TOURIST nOMES

Mrs. Mary Sanders— 1014 Shawnee

HUTCHINSON

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. C. Lewis — 400 W. Sherman

JUNCTION CITY



TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. B. Jones— 229 E. 14th St .



From the Collections of The Henry



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK'



LARNED
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. C. M. Madison— 828 W. 12th St.
Mrs. Mose Madison— 518 VV. 10th St
Mrs. John Caro— E. 16th St. & Johnson Av
RESTAURANTS

Carrie's Bar-B-Q— 218 E. 4th St
BEAUTY PARLORS

C. Jones— 1423 Carroll St.

LAURENCE
HOTELS

Snowden s— 1933 Tennessee St.

LEAVENWORTH
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. J. Hamilton— 720 N. 3rd St.
Mrs. W. Shelton— 216 Poplar St.

KANSAS CITY
BARBER SHOPS

Dabb's— 10th and Oakland
BEAUTY PARLORS

Sander's— 1813 N. 5th St.
RESTAURANTS

Keystone Club — 4th & Freemen

Duck Inn— 5th & State Street

Virgil's Place— 1622 Gray Road

ROAD HOUSES

De Moss — 44th and Sorta Road, Rt. 3
NIGHT CLUBS

Flamingo— 1916 N. 5th St.

Congo— 1932 - 5th St.
GARAGES

Economy— 1935 N. 5th St.

Arthur's— 2414 N. 5th St.
DRUG STORES

Whitney's— 5th & Virginia

Cundiff— 5th & Quindarf



MANHATTAN
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Dawson— 1010 Yuma St.
Mrs. H. Jackson— 830 Yuma St.

OTTAWA
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. R. W. White— 821 Cypress

PARSONS
TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. F. Williams— 2216 Grand Ave

Womaack's— 406 W. 43rd Terraace (Kemo)

TOPEKA

HOTELS

Dunbar— 400 Quincy St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Slaughter— 1407 Monroe



RESTAURANTS

Horseshoe Grill— 114 Kansas

Jenkins— 112 East 4th St.

Blue Heaven— 301 E. 1st St

Joe Andy's— 1000 Washington St.
BARBER SHOPS

Lytle's— 107 E. 4th St.

Power's — 402 Quincy Street
BEAUTY PARLORS

Newton's— 1316 Van Buren St.

Avalla's— 1800 Van Buren St.

TAVERNS

Macks'— 400 Quincy St.
Power s Cafe— 116 E. 4th St.

SERVICE STATIONS

Powers — 401 Quincy St.
GARAGES
Hatton's— 726 E. 10th St.

WICHITA

HOTELS

Oklahoma House— 51 1]/ 2 N. Main
RESTAURANTS
Oklahoma Cafe— 517 N. Main St.



KENTUCKY

BOWLING GREEN
HOTELS

Southern Queen — State St.; Hiway 3I-W.

ELIZABETHTOWN

TOURIST HOMES

A. Johnson— Valley Creek Road

Mrs. B. Tyler— Mile Stt.

M. E. Wintersmith — S. Dixie Ave.

HAZARD

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. J. Rjztr— 436 E. Main St.
Mrs. Jessie Richardson — "

HOPKINS VILI E

TOURIST HOMES
L. McNary — 1 1 i Liberty
J. C. Hork.ns— 128 Libert) it.

LANCASTER
TOURIST HOMES

Burn's— Bttifsi St.

Hord's— Bulc i St.
RESTAUR. \ NTS

Plum's— Buioni St.
BARBER SHOPS

Hyatt's— Bulord St.

BEAUTY PARLORS

Hilltop— Bulord St.

GARAGES
Warren & Francis— N. Campbell St.



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LEXINGTON

TOURIST HOMES a
Mrs. C. James— 1902 18th St. N.
Mrs. Moore— 1702 Jefferson St., North

NIGHT CLUBS ^

Club Douglas— 183 Dewees St.

LINCOLN RIDGE

TOURIST. HOMES
Lincoln Institute

LOUISVILLE

HOTELS

Allen— 2516 W. Madison St.

Pythian Temple — 10th & Chestnut

Walnut— 615 Walnut St.

Y. W. C. A. — 528 S. 6th St.

May's— £23 S. 10th St.
TOURIST HOMES

Lee L. Brown— 1014 W. Chestnut

Hattie Daniels— 1512 W. Chestnut
RESTAURANTS m

Eatmore— 964 S. 12th St.

Jones— 525 S. 13th St.

Du Rez — Madison & 26th St.

Honey Dripper— 1212 W. Breckenndge St.

Thompson's — 419 So. 19th St.

Harry's— 28th & Chestnut Sts.

W. & H.— 432 S. 18th St.

California— 1604 Gallagher St.

Club Hollywood— 813 S. 6th St.

Jone's— 525 S. 13th St.

West End— 1929 W. Walnut St.

Davis— 9th and Walnut St.
BEAU1T PARLORS

Scotty'a— 442 So. 21st St.

Bellonia— 1625 Callagher St.

Mae Ella's — 1 1 10 W. Walnut St.

McKissick's— 505 S. 8th St.

Elisabeth's— 962 S. 12th St.

Jones— 409 S. 18th St

Beauty Box— 922 W. Walnut St.

Rose's— 1813 W. Walnut St.

Willie's— 639 S. 10th St.

Lov-Lee Laadies— 529 S. 12th St.
BARBER SHOPS

Hunter's— 1501 W. Chestnut St.

Miller's— 818 W. Walnut St.

^eS-lloi W. Walnut St.

Dave's — 13th & Magazine

Shiek's— 12th and Zane St.
NIGHT CLUBS _

Del Rey — Madison & 26th St.

Top Hat— 1210 W. Walnut St.
ROAD HOUSES „

Ake's Place— Harrod's Creek
LIQUOR STORES
• Palace— 12th & Walnut St.

L yons — |6th & Walnut St.
GARAGES ^ j .

Eade's— 2420 Cedar St.

Lone Wolf— 1500 Garland Ave.
SERVICE STATIONS

F. & M. — 8t h and Walnut St.



TAXI CABS , ,
Lincoln— 705 W. Walnut
Dependable— 1835 W. Walnut St.
Ave.— 620 W. Walnut St.

PADUCAH
TOURIST HOMES
Amy Cox— 813 Washington St.ffl

PARIS

TOURIST HOMES

Jeff Bishop— Lilleston St.
RESTAURANTS „

Webster's— 112 W. 8th St.
BARBER SHOPS

Webster— 110 W. 8th St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Robinson — Lilleston

LOUISIANA

BATON ROUGE

HOTELS

Ever-Ready 1 325 Government St.

TOURIST HOMES

T. Harrison — 1236 Louisiana Ave.
RESTAURANTS n j

Ideal Cafeteria— 1501 E. Blvd.
TAVERNS

Waldo's— 864 S. 13th St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Carrie's— 561 S. 13th St.
BARBER "SHOPS

Malacher's — 1310 Government St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Paradise — 220 Boatnes St.

SERVICE STATIONS

Horatio's Esso— No. 1—1150 South
Horatio's Esso No. 3—1607 Gov't St
ROAD nOUSES
Apex — Louise St.

BOGALUSA
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. L. Raine— 508 North Ave.

LAFAYETTE

TOURIST HOMES o

Bourges — 416 Washington St.
Mrs. A. Miles— 302 Johns St.

LAKE CHARLES
TOURIST HOMES , j
Combre's Place— 601 Boulevard

MANSFIELD
TOURIST HOMES e

S. A. Wilson— N. Jefferson St.

W. Simpkins— Jenkins St.
BEAUTY SCHOOL

Annie Lou— 615 Jenk<ns St.



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MONROE
HOTELS

Turner's — 1015 Desiard St.
TOURIST HOMES *

R. H. Burns— 700 Adams
L. B. Hortons — Congo St.

MORGAN CITY
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. L. Williams— 719 Federal Ave
Mrs. V. Williams— 208 Union St.

NEW ORLEANS
HOTELS

HOTEL FOSTER

2926 LASALLE ST.

Patterson's— 802^ S. Rampart St.

Vogue— 2231 Thalia St.

North Side— 1518 La Harpe St.

Gladstone— 34 35 Dryades St.

Astoria— 225 S. Rampart St.

Paige— 1038 Dryades Ave.

Riley— 759 S. Rampart St.

Palace— 1834 Annette St.

New Roxy— 759 S. Rampart St.

Golden Leaf— 1209 Saratoga St.

Astoria— 235 S. Rampart St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. F. Livaudais— 1954 Jackson

N. J. Bailey— 2426 Jackson Ave.

Mrs. King— 2826 Louisiana Ave.

RESTAURANTS

Honey Dew Inn— 115 Front St.

PUce-of-Joy— 2700 Melpomene St.

Pelican — S. Rampart at Gravis

Dooky— Cor. Orleans & Miro

WJ Chicken Den— Cor. LaSalle &7th St.

92nd Club— 2119 Orleans St.

Hayes Chicken Sh.ick— La. & Saratoga St.

Beck's— 1520 N. Claiborne Ave.

Playhouse— 2441 London Ave.

Portia's— 2426 Louisiana Ave.

Jungle Inn— 7301 St. Claude Ave.

BARBER SHOPS

Lopez's — 447 S. Rampart St.

BEAUTY PARLORS
Bessie's— 1841 St. Ann St.
Thompson's— 3429 Dryades St.
Ola's— 1320 St. Bernard Ave.

BEAUTY CULTURE SCHOOLS
Josephine's— 1206 Pine
Poro— 2217 Dryades St.
Neola Acadely— 605 S. Rampart St.

TAVERNS

Astoria— 235 S. Rampart St.

Monte's— Jackson & S. Claiborne Ave.

Club Crystal— 1601 Dumaine

Le Rendez-vous-7 Mille Po?t Gentitly H'way

Di Leo's— Ursviline & N. Robertson
Horseshoe— Thalia and S. Rampart St.
Robin Hood— 2059 Jackson A^e.
Caldonia Inn— St. Phillips & Claude Ave.

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NIGHT CLUBS

Dew Drop Inn— 2836 La Salle St.
Shadowland— 1921 Washington Ave.
Graystone— 1900 Eagle St.

SERVICE STATIONS

Bill Board— 2900 Claiborne Ave.
Ross— 1330 S. Broad St.

TAXI CABS

Ed's— St. Bernard & N. Claiborne
Haney Dripper— Phone B — y307I
V-8 Cab Line— Felicity & Howard Sts.
Logan— 2730 Felicity St.

DRUG STORES

Aprill— LaSalle & Washington
TAVERNS

Martin's— 1341 St. Anthony St.

Autocrat— 1609 LaHarpe St.
TRAILER PARK

Greenwood — Rt. 90 — 7yi miles P. T.

NEW IBERIA

TOURIST HOMES

M. Robertson — 116 Hopkins St.
N. E. Conner— 013 Providence St

OPELCUSAS
TOURIST HOMES

B. Giron— S. Lombard St.

SCOTLANDVILLE

SERVICE STATIONS

Horatio's Esso No. 2 — Hi'way 61

SHREVEPORT

HOTELS

Hardy's— 1726 Ford St.

Lloyd's— 1229 Reynolds St.
RESTAURANTS

Wilson's— 8ir> Williamson £t.

Lighthouse Inn— 232' Milam St.

Saphronia's— 815 Lawerence St.

Grand Terrace — Pierre & Looney St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. J. Jones— 1950 Hotchkiss

Mrs. A. Webb— 1245 Reynolds

Mrs. W. Elder— 1920 Hotchkiss
TAVERNS

A-Jack's— 1836 Perrin St.

New Tuiedo-611 East 70th St.

Goldie's— 238 Baker St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Ross'— 901 Pierre St.

Pat's — Milan & Lawerence Sts.

William's-Milan & Ross-Milan & Pierre Ave.
TAILORS

Jones — 1837 Looney St.

3 Way— 2415 Milam St.

MAINE
BANGOR
TOURIST HOMES
Mr. E. Dymond— 339 Hancock Street



Maryland

Massachusetts



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



TOURIST HOMES

Pond View— Pleasant Pond Road

GARDNIER
OLD ORCHARD

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Rose Cumming's— 1 10 Portland Av<

PORTLAND

H ThTThoma, House-28 'A' St.

MARYLAND

ANNAPOLIS

HOTELS M „ , .

Wright's— 26 Calvert St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Washington — 61 Washington at.

BALTIMORE

HOTELS

York— 1200 Madison Ave.
New Albert— 1224 Penna Ave.
Smith's— Druid Hill Ave. & Paca St.
Majestic— 1602 McCulloh St.
Y W. C. A. — 1916 Madison Ave.
Y*. M. C. A.— 1600 Druid Hill Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Watsons— 340 Blum St.
GARAGES ^
Gorden's— 1533 Druid Hill Ave.
Murry's — 1423 Penn. Avenue

Spot Bar-B-Q— 1530 Penna Aye.

Ctub Barbeque— 1519 Penna. Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

M. King— 1510 Penna Ave.

Scott" s— 1526 Penna Ave.

Young's— 613 W. Lafayette Ave.

La Blanche— 1531 Penna. Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

Nottingham— 1619 Penna A ve.

TAVERNS
Sugar Hill— 2361 Druid Hill Ave.
Velma — Cor. Penn & Baker St.
Wagon Wheel— 1638 Penna Ave.
The Alhambra— 1520 Penna Ave.
Dreamland— 1007 Penna Ave.
Gamby's— 1504 Penna. Ave.
Frolic— 1401 Penna. Ave.

NIGHT CLUBS „

Little Comedy— 1414 Penn Ave.
Ubangi— 2213 Penna Ave.
Wonderland— 204 3-Penna
Casino— 1517 Penna Ave.
20th Century— 21 W. Oliver
LIQUOR STORES
D & D — 890, Linden Ave.
Berman's— 1439 Penna Ave.
Fine's— 1817 Penna Ave.
Hackermtn's— 1733 Penna



SERVICE STATIONS

Esso-Presstman & Fremont

GARAGES . „
Service— 1415 Etting St.

BUENA VISTA

RESTAURANTS t . ,

Eddie Bells— Defense Highway

COLTON
HOTELS

Shirley K
Conway's
Golden's

FREDERICK

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. J. Makel— 119 E. 5th St.
Mrs. W. W. Roberts— 316 W. South
RESTAURANTS m .

Crescent— 16 W. All Saint St.

HAGERSTOVVN

TOURIST HOMES

Harmon— 226 N*. Jonat an St.

HAVRE DE GRACE

HOTELS , p

Johnson's — 115 S. Stokes St.

PRINCESS ANNE

RESTAURANTS

Victory— Rt. 13, 137 Broad St.



SALISBURY



TOURIST HOMES

M. L. Parker— 110 Delaware Ave.

SPARROWS POINT

TAILORS

Harlem— 10th and I St.
RESTAURANTS
Jack's— 9th and H St.

TURNERS STATION
NIGHT CLUBS

Adam's ��

DRUG STORES n n ,

Balnew's— 101 Sollers Pt. Road

UPPER MARLBORO

TOURIST HOMES

Wm. Eaton— Leland Rd. & Cainds H w;

MASSACHUSETTS

ATTLEBORO

TOURIST HOMES

J. R. Brooks Jr.— 54 James St.



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Massachusetts



BOSTON

HOTELS

Mothers Lunch — 510 Columbus Av.
Lucille— 52 Rutland Sq.

Harrett Tubman— 25 Holyoke St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Williams— 555 Columbus Ave.
Julia Walters-912 Tremont

Holeman— 212 W. Springfield St.

M. Johnson — 616 Columbus Ave.

Mrs. E. A. Taylor— 192 W. Springfield St.

Guest House — 193 Humbolt St.
RESTAURANTS

Lome Lee's — 536 Columbus Ave.

Slades— 958 Tremont St.

Southern — 505 Mass. Ave.

Oklahoma— 975 Tremont Ave.

Charlie's — 429 Columbus Ave.

Green Candle— 395 Mass. Ave.

Sunnyside — 411 Columbus Ave.

Western— 415 Mass. Ave.

Estelles— 888 Tremont St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Geneva'*— 808 Tremont St.

Mme. F. S. Blake— 363 Mass. Ave.

E. L. Crosby— II Greenwich Park

Mme. Enslow's — 977 Tremont St.

W. Milliams — 62 Hammond St.

Victory— 46 W. Canton St.

E. West— 609 Columbus Ave.

Ruth Evans— 563 Columbus Ave.

Rubinetta— 961 Tremont St.

Beauty Box— 78 IC Tremont St.

Lucile's— 226 W. Springfield St.

Constance — 414 Mass. Ave.

Easter's— I69A Springfield St.

Arizona— 563 Columbus Ave.

Washington— 985 Tremont

Lititia's— 140 Linox St.

Jovennette's — 109 Humbolt Ave.

Betty's— 609 Columbus Ave.
Clark-Merrill— 507 Shawmut Ave.
Amy's— 782 Tremont St.
Doris — 767 Tremont St.
BARBER SHOPS
Amity— 1028 Tremont St.
Abbott's— 974 Tremont St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Savoy— 410 Mass. Ave.
TAILORS

Garfield's — 657 Shawnut Ave.
Savannah— 612 Shawnut St.
Baltimore — 1013 Tremont St.
Corry's— 431 A Mass. Ave.
Chester's— 189 W. Newton St.
Grady & Oliver— 52S Shawnut St.

CAMBRIDGE
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. S. P. Bennett— 26 Mead St.

GREAT BARRINGTON
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. I. Anderson— 28 Rossiter St.
• Mrs. J. Hamilton— 118 Main St.



TOURIST nOMES

Zilphas Cottages— 134 Oakneck Rd.

NORTH ADAMS

TOURIST HOMES

F. Adams— 32 Washington Ave.

NEEDHAM

TOURIST HOMES

B. Chapman— 799 Central Ave.

PITTSFIELD

TOURIST HOMES

M. E. Grant— 53 King St.
Mrs. T. Dillard— 109 Linden St.
Mrs. B. Jasper — 66 Dewey Ave.
J. Marshall— 124 Danforth Ave.

PLYMOUTH

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Taylor— II Oak St.
W. A. Gray— 47 Davis St.

RANDOLPH

RESTAURANTS

Mary Lee Chicken Shack — 482 Main St.

ROXBURY
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. S. Gale— 168 Townsend St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Ruth's— 64 Humboldt St.

Charm Grove— 90 Humboldt St.

Mme. Lovett — 68 Humboldt St.

Mae's— 140 Lenox St.

Lovetts — 69 Humboldt St.

Ruth's— 64 Humboldt St.

Belinda's— 429 Shawmut Ave

Cherrie Charm Cove— 90 Humboldt Ave.

Martha's — 588 Columbus Ave.

Mme. De Lisser — 49? Mass. Ave.
SERVICE STATIONS

Thompson's — 1105 Tremont St.

Atlanta— 1105 Tremont St.
GARAGES

Sexton — Northampton St.
TAILORS

Morgan's— 3 55 Warren St.

Roxbury— 52 Laurel St.
DRUG STORKS

Douglas Square— 1002 Tremont St.

Jaspan's— 134 Harold St.

Kornficld's— 2121 Washington St.

SOUTH HANSON
TOURIST HOMES

Modern— 26 Reed St.
TRAILER PARK

Mrs. Mary B. Pina— 26 Reed St.

STOCKRRIDGE

HOTELS
Park View House — Park St reel



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Massachusetts
Michigan



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



SPRING FIELD
HOTELS

Springfield
BARBER SHOPS

Joiner's — 97 Hancock Street
BEAUTY PARLORS

Mrs. Florence Laws — 18 Hawley St.
TAILORS

American Cleaners — 433 Eastern Ave.

SWAMPSCOTT
TOURIST nOMES

Mrs. M. Home— 3 Boynton St.

WORCESTER
HOTELS

Worcester — Washington Square

RESTAURANTS

Dixie— 119 Rodney St.

Moffett's — 47 Summer St.
BARBER SHOPS

Buddy's— 118 Summer St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Bea's— 8 Carwell St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Kozarian's — 53 Summer St.



DRUG STORES

Bergwall— 238 Main St.

VVOBURN
TOURIST HOMES

Watts— 10 High St.

MICHIGAN

ANN ARBOR

HOTELS

American— 123 Washinggton St.

Allenel— 126 El Huron St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. M. Dickson— 144 Hill St.

BATTLE CREEK
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. F. Brown— 76 Walters Ave.

Mrs. P. Grayson— 22 Willow

Mrs. C. S. Walker— 709 W. Van Buren

BALDWIN

SERVICE STATIONS
Bayak's — . Morgan, Prop.
Nolph's Super Service

BENTON HARBOR

NIGHT CLUBS

Research Pleasure Club— 362 8th St.

BITELY

HOTELS

Kclsonia Inn— R. R. No. I
Royal Breeze— On State Rt. 37



KELSON I A INN "

MODERN ROOMS AND MEALS
Baldwin 37F21
Enjoy the Country Air, Swimming and Boating

Roscoe C. Terry, Prop. Bitely, Mich

DETROIT

HOTELS
CAPITOL HOTEL
11 1 EAST PALMER

McGraw— 5605 Junction St.
Gotham— 111 Orchestra Place
Mark Twain— E. Garfield & Woodward
Biltmore — 1926 St. Antoine St.
Elizabeth— 413 E. Elizabeth St.
Fox— 715 Madison St.
Le Grande 1365 Lafayette St.
Norwood — 550 E. Adams St.
Russell— 615 E. Adams St.
Preyer— 2476 St. Antoine St.
Crosstown — 4652 Hastings St.
Touraine — 4614 Tohn R. St.
Terraine— John R. & Garfield
Northcross — 2205 St. Antoine
Dewey— 505 E. Adams St.
Davidson— 556 E. Forest Ave.
Edenburgh— 758 Westchester Ave.
Old Rivers— 2036 Hastings
Sportman's — 3761 W. Warren Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

Labland— 39 Orchestra Place
RESTAURANTS .

Blue Goose — 4121 Hastings St.

Lunchonette— 1949 Hastings St.

Pelican— 4613 John R. St.

De Luxe — 5423 Hastings

Jean's— 6066 Brush

Vera's— John R & Palmer
BEAUTY PARLORS

Touraine — 4626 John R. St.

Elizabeth's— 4848 Hastings St.
BARBER SHOPS

Swanson's — 3415 Hastings St.

Bob's— 4564 W. Warren Ave.

TAVERNS

Champion — Oakland & Holbrook

Horseshoe — 606 Club

Bizerto — 9006 Oakland Ave.

Owl— 1540 Chene St.

Broad's— 8825 Oakland
NIGH! CLUBS

666 — 666 E. Adams St.

Sportree's — 2014 Hastings St.
ROAD HOUSES

Brown Bomber— 421 E. Vernon H'way
SERVICE STATIONS

Johnson's— McGraw & 25th St.

Cobb's— Maple & Chene Sts.

Homer's— 589 Madison Ave.
AUTOMOBILES

Davis Motor Co. — 421 E. Vernon H'way



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Michigan
Minnesota



TAILORS

Kenil worth— 131 Kenilworth
Blair— 277 Gratist
Hill's— 8954 Oakland Ave.

drugstores""" a ~

w ay ^~ Cla >' & Cameron Ave.

Kay— 4766 McGraw Ave.
Barthwell's— Hastings & Benton

FLINT
TOURIST HOMES

T. Kel ey— 407 Wellington Ave.
Jl L.VV heeler— 1512 Liberty St.
Mr,. F. Taylor— 16 1 5 Clifford St.

™ TT GRAND JUNCTION
TOURIST HOMES

Hamilton Farms— RFD No. I

HARTFORD

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs R. E. J. Wilson — 210 E. 4th St
Crosby s Farm

IDLEWILD

HOTELS

Eagles Nest
Casa Blanca
Oakmcre

Paradise Gardens
McKnight's
TOURIST HOMES

Edinburgh Cottage— Mis, Herrone
U. Riddles

Meadow Lark Haven— Pine St.

Rainbow Manor
Ohio Cottage
Myrtle Cottage
Pomiserania
Douglas Manor
Lydia Inn
Bash Inn.
Spizerinktom

RESTAURANTS

Lottie Ro.tborough — Box 837

Lorine Lunch— Baldwin Road

Whiteway Inn

Lydia Inn

Myrtle's Cottage

Navajo

TAVERNS
Rosa n a
Purple Palace
Paradise Gardens

JACKSON
TOURIST HOMES

^ rS - W - Hanson— 1215 Greenwood Ave.
Mrs. S. Collins— 835 Adrian Ave.

LANSING
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs M Gray— 1216 St. Joseph St.
M. Busher— 1212 W. St. Joseph St.



Mr,. Lewis— 816 s ButJ g

Mr,. Cook-1220 W. St. Joseph St.

Mrs. Gaines— 1406 Albert St.

MUSKEGON
TOURIST HOMES

C - Merrick— 65 E. Muskegon Ave.
OSCODA
TOURIST HOMES

Jesse Colbath — Van Eten Lake

SAGINAW
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Gant— 312 S. Baum St.
Mrs. J. Curtley— 439 N. Third St.
Mrs. P. Burnette— 406 Emerson St

touri1^hM ven

Mrs. M. Johnson— Shady Nook Farm

THREE RIVERS
TOURIST HOMES
'i^\ >XVS BOATING lV FISHING
ROUTE No. 2— BOX 546

MINNESOTA

DULUTH

TOURIST HOMES

Jefferson— 1119 W. Michigan Ave.

MINNEAPOLIS
HOTELS

Serville— 246'^ 4th Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

Re^aura'xts"^ 809 n - A,drich Av -

TA*VER a fe 2 �� 7 S �� Uth 3rd St -

£ ord "— 3 , 29 Washington Ave. So.

North Side — 1011 Olson H'way
LIQUOR STORES V

Whalstons— 28 So. 6th St.

Harold's— 110 So. 7th St.

Mac's— 119 Washington Ave. So.
Labnes— 324 Plymouth Ave. No.
Cook's— 239 Cedar Ave.
SERVICE STATIONS
Hall— 315 So. 1th St.
Dirk's— 3800 3rd Ave. So.

TAILORS 6 4tH AvenUe Wh
Ann's— 919 7th St. No.
Franklin— 1709 E. Franklin Ave.

MOTLEY
TOURIST HOMES

Motley's Camp
RESTAURANTS

Herman Stelcks
SERVICE STATIONS

Geo. 1 horn
TAVERNS

Melle A. Haney



Minnesota
Mississippi



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PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



ROCHESTER



ST. CLOUD

HOTELS „

Grand Central— 5th & St. Gennaine
RESTAURANTS
Spaniol — 13 -6th Avenue, N.

ST. PAUL

TOURIST HOMES ,

Villa Wilson— 697 St. Anthony Ave.
RESTAURANTS

G. & G. Bar-B-Q — 291 No. St. Albans

Jim's — St. Anthony and Kent

Carter's— 386 West Central

Nifty's — Rondo and Kent
SERVICE STATIONS

Gardner's — Western and Central

Otto's — Rondo and Arundel
GARAGES , ,

Milligan's— 1008 Rondo Ave.

TAILORS

Drew — 1597 University Ave.
LIQUOR STORES

Bond — 471 Wabasha

First— Robert at Fifth

Commerce— 14 East 4th St.

Seven Corners— 158 West 7th St.

Swoboda — 678 University Ave.

St. Paul's— 200 East 7th St.

City's— 544 St. Peters St.

Ri te _442 Wabasha

Jack's— 517 Wabasha



MISSISSIPPI

BILOXI

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. G. Bess— 630 Main St.

Mrs. A. J. Alcina— 443 Washington



SERVICE STATIONS
Dades— Hi'way 49 So.

CANTON
RESTAURANTS
TOLLIVER'S CAFE —



NIGHT CLUBS



BLUE GARDEN NIGHT CLUB

51 Highway
Meals of All Kinds -:- Refreshments
Open Daily 4 P.M. - 2 A.M.
Sat. and Sun., All Day



Vas You Efer in Kan ton?
TRAVELING PEOPLE WHEN HUNGRY OR
THIRSTY THINK FIRST OF TOLLIVER'S
L. M. Tolliver, Prop. 115 N. Hickory
Canton, Miss.



5 Liberty St.



Canton, Miss.



FUNERAL HOMES
PEOPLES FUNERAL HOME
1116 N. HICKORY

CLEVELAND

SERVICE STATIONS
7-11— Highway 61 at 8

COLUMBUS
HOTELS

Queen City— 15th St. & 7th Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

M. J. Harrison— 915 N. 14th St.
H. Sommerville— 906 N. 14th St.
Mrs. L. Alexander— N. 12th St.
Mrs. I. Roberts— 12th & 5th Ave. N.
Mrs. Chevis— 1425 11th Ave. N.

GREENVTLLE
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. B. B. Clark— 508 Ohea St.
SERVICE STATIONS
Peoples — Nelson & Eddie St.

GRENADA
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. K. D. Fisher— 72 Adams St.

F. Williams— H'way 51 ft Fairground Rd.

Henry's Lodge— H'way 51 ft Fairground Rd.

HATTIESBURG
TOURIST HOMES

W. A. Godbolt— 409 E. 7th St.
Mrs. A. Crosby— 413 E. 6th St.
Mrs. S. Vann— 636 Mobile St.

JACKSON
HOTELS

SUMMERS HOTEL

619 W. PEARL ST.

EDWARD LEE HOTEL

144 W. CHURCH ST.
TOURIST HOMES

WILSON HOUSE

154 W . OAKLEY STREET

STEVENS TOURIST HOME

HI'WAY 49 WEST
RESTAURANTS

TIP TOP CLUB

WHITFIELD MILL ROAD



JACKSON (Cont)
SHEPHERDS KITCHENETTE
604 N. FARISH ST.
THE CHOP HOUSE
703 N. FARISH ST.
STEVENS BAR-B-QUE INN
HI'WAY 49 WEST
BEAUTY PARLORS

Davis Salon— 703 N. Farish
BARBER SHOPS

City— 127 N. Farish
TAILORS

PARIS CLEANERS

800 N. FARISH ST.
DRUG STORES

PALACE DRUG STORE

540 N. FARISH ST.

SERVICE STATIONS

Johnson's — 536 N. Farish
GARAGES

Farish St.— 748J4 N. Farish
TAXI CABS
VETERANS CAB CO.
116 W. AMITE ST.

SKATING RINK

49 Highway N.
FOR EXERCISE AND PLEASURE— SKATE
Finest of Musical Entertainment
Refreshments

Willie Miller, Prop. Jackson, Miss.

LAUREL
HOTELS

Bass— S. Pine St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. S. Lawrence — 902 Meridian
Mrs. E. L. Brown— 522 E. Kingston
Mrs. F. Garner— 909 Joe Wheeler's Ave.
Mrs. S. G. Wilson— 802 S. 7th

MACOMB
HOTELS

Townsend— 534 Summit St.
TOURIST HOMES
D. Mason— 218 Denwidde St.

MENDENHALL
SERVICE STATION
BOB'S SERVICE STATION
HIGHWAY 49

MERIDIAN

HOTELS

Beales— 2411 Fifth St.



TOURIST HOMES

C. W. Williams— 1208-31st St.

Mrs. M. Simmons — 5th St. betw. 16 & 17 A

Charley Leigh— 5th St. & 16th Ave.

MOUND BAYOU
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Sallie Price
Smith's

Mrs. Charlotte Strong
GARAGES
Liddle's

NEW ALBANY
HOTELS

Foot's— Railroad Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

S. Drewery— Church St.

Patt Knoi— Cleveland St.

C. Morganfield — Cleveland St.

YAZOO CITY

HOTELS

Caldwell— Water & Broadway Sts.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. A. J. Walker— 321 S. Monroe

MISSOURI

CAPE GIRADEAU
TOURIST HOMES

G. Williams— 408 S. Frederick St.
W .Martin— 38 N. Hanover St.
J. Randol— 422 North St.

CARTHAGE
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. M. Webb— S. Fulton St.

COLUMBIA

HOTELS

Austin House— 108 E. Walnut St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. W. Harvey — 417 N. 3rd St.
CHARLESTON
TAVERNS

Creole Cafe— 311 Elm St.

EXCELSIOR SPRINGS
HOTELS

The Albany— 408 South St.
Moore's — 302 Maine St.

HANNIBAL
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Julius— 1218 Gerard St.

JEFFERSON CITY
HOTELS

Lincoln — 600 Lafayette St.
Booker T.

TOURIST HOMES

Miss C. Woodridge— 418 Adams St.
R. Graves— 314 E. Dunklin St.



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From the Collections of The Henry Ford



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



JEFFERSON CITY (Cont.)

RESTAURANTS

University— Lalayette & Dunklin Sts.

De Luxe— 601 Lafayette St

Blue Tiger— Chestnut & E Atchenson St.

Collepe — 905 E. Atchenson St.
BARBER SHOPS i

Tayes— Elm & Lafayette St».
BEAUTY PARLORS

Poro— 818 Lafayette St.
SERVICE STATIONS

C. Little — Chestnut & Dunklin
TAVERNS ;

Tops — 626 Lafayette St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Subway— 600 Lalayette St
Lone Star— 930 E. Miller St.

TAXI CABS

Veteran — 515 Lafayette bt.

TAILORS .

Rightway— 903 E. Atchenson St.

JOPLIN

HOTELS

Williams— 308 Penna. St.
J. Lindsay— 1702 Penna. St.
Mrs. F. Echols— 901 Missouri Ave.
TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. Lindsay— 1702 Pcnn. St.

KANSAS CITY
HOTELS

CADILLAC HOTEL

1429 Forest
Hot and Cold Water in Every Room
RATES REASONABLE
R, A. Duncan, Prop. Kansas City

Booker T. Hotel— 1823 Vine St.
921 Hotel 921 East 17th Street
Parkview — 10th and Paseo
Watson— 1211 S. Highland St.
Street's— 1510 E. 18th St.
Lincoln Hotel— 13th & Woodland Sis.
CADILLAC HOTEL
1429 FOREST
TOURIST HOMES n ,
•Mrs. Vallie Lamb— 1914 E. 24th St.
Thomas Wilson— 2600 Euclid Ave.
RESTAURANTS ,

Top Hat— 1008 Garfield

Nashe's— 1200 E. 18th St.

Oven— 17th & Vine St.

Elnora's Cafe— 1518 E. 18th St.

Dorothy's— 2614 Prospect St.

Tasty Sandwich— 1323 yi E.. 18th St.

Square Deal— 1312 E. 15th St.

New Hollywood— 907 E. 18th St.

Famous — 12th & Forest



Chat Chew— 1908 N. 5th St.
M. & T.— 2013 E. 12th St.
Virgil's Place — 1622 Gray Rroad
Mim's Cafe— 1603 East 12th St.
Annabelle's— 1207 Paseo
Mid-Town— 2330 Vine St.
Scott's— 18th and Highland St.
Old Kentuck's— 19th and Vine St.
Carver's— 2614 Prospect St.
Barrett's— 2069 N. 3rd St.

TAVERNS

Vine St.— 1519 E. 12th St.

Blackhawk— 1410 E. 14th St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Scott's— 1701 E. 18th St.

BEAUTY PARLORS

Hazel Graham— 1836 Vine St.
Arlene— 2409 Vine St.
Euthola— 1602 E. 19th St.
Alexander— 2429 Vine St.
Modern^lSU^ Vine St.
Katherine's— 1024 East 19th St.
Mae's— 1809 E. 9th St.
Cranshaw's— 1421 Brooklyn Ave.
Haley's— 1521 E. 18th St.
BARBER SHOPS

Ever-Ready— 1810A Vine St.
LIQUOR STORES m

Cardinal— 1515 E. 18th St.

Monarch— 2300 Prospect Ave.

Dundee— 1701 Troost

Virginia— 1601 Virginia

Chester's— 18th & Charlotte St.

Golden Crown— 2218 Vine

Ace— 2404 Vine

Donnell— 18th & Troost Sts.
SERVICE STATIONS

Stone's— 2001 E. 31st St.

Mobile Station— 1502 E. 19th St.

Gray & Soule — 15th and McGee

K. C— 1300 Oak St.

GARAGES r-» in* .

19th St.— 1510 E. 19th St.
DRUG STORES

Community— 2432 Vine St.

Johnson's— 2300 Vine St.

Regal's — 2462 Brooklyn Ave.
TAILORS

Spotless— 2303 Prospect Ave.
Veteran's— 705 N. 1 2th St.
Courtney— 1715 Brooklyn Ave.

LEBANON
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. J. Osborne— Rt. 5
Mrs. Ann Wilson— Rt. 3
Mrs. Eliza Turner— Rt. 3

MOBERLY
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. F. Davis— 212 N. Ault St.
Ralph Bass— 517 Winchester St
W. Johnson— N. 5th St. 400 blk.



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



POPLAR BLUFF

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. W. Brooks— 1800 N. Alice St.

SEDALIA
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. T. L. Moore— SOS W. Cooper

Mrs. C. Walker— 217 E. Morgan
W. Williams— 317 E. Johnson

SPRINGFIELD
TOURIST HOMES

U. G. Hardrick— 238 Dollison Ave.

ST. JOSEPH
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. T. J. Coleman— 1713 Angelique St.

ST. LOUIS

HOTELS

Midtown — 2935 Lawton Boulevard
Booker Washington — Jefferson at Pine
Poro — Pendleton & St. Ferdinand
West End— 3900 W. Beele St.
Grand Central — Jefferson & Pine
Calumet — 611 N. Jefferson Ave.
Corona— 2840 Olive St.
Harlem— 3438 Franklin Ave.
Antler— 3502 Franklin Ave.
Atlas — 4260 Delmar
Leader— 118 Pleasant St.
RESTAURANTS
BOB'S CAFE
2816 EASTON AVE.
Oak Leaf— 4269 W. Easton Ave.
Society— 900 N. Taylor Ave.-8
DeLuie — 10 N. Jefferson Ave.
Seashore— 2829 Easton Ave.
Northside— 2422 N. Pendleton Ave.
Lindsey's— 3805 Page Blvd.
Snack Shop— 1105 N. Taylor
Highway— 1239 N. 20th St.
Wike's— 1804 N. Taylor Ave.
Poccard's— 1112 North Sarah
Ding-Ling End— 613 N. Je/erson St.
West End— 929 N. Vanderventer Ave.
Simon — Jecerson Ave. & Fallon St.
Roma— 3839 Finney Ave.
Hunter's— 2610 Pelmar
Bells — 933 Pendleton Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Allen's— 2343 Market St.

Shaw't — 43S6 Easton-13

Juvill — 4141 Easton-13

Rosa's — 1222 Armstrong

Artistic— 1014 N. Whittier

Young's — 2005 Pine St.

Azalie's — 4621 Easton Ave.-I3

Amanda's— 1021 N. Cardinal Ave.-6

Ollie's— 3803 Page Blvd.

Boulevard— 2736 Gamble St.

Parkway — 4284 W. St. & Ferdinand-13

Argus— 1008 N. Sarah St.

Hall's— 3038 Franklin Ave.

Montgomery — 3406 Franklin Ave.



Lottie's — 3026 Lawton
Harris— 919 Ohio Avenue
Superior — 219 A N. Jefferson
Clay's— 613 N. 18th St.
2 Sisters— 4SS6 Aldine Ave.
Marcella's— 2306 Cole St.
Tillies— 2600 Cole St.
Artistic — 4257A Easton Ave.
De Luxe— 727 Walton Ave.
Glady's— 1118 N. Sarah St.
Price's— 2939 Olive St.
Dorn's— 1128 N. Channing

Long's 3134 Bell

Hall's— 3174 Easton Ave.

BARBER SHOPS

Bullock's— 3320 Franklin Ave.
O. K. — 1012 Sarah St.

TAVERNS

Silver Slipper— 2817 Easton Ave.
Glass Bar — 2933 Lawton St.
Rio — 18 South Jefferson
Carioca— 1112J4 N. Sarah St.
20th Century — 718 N. Vanderventer-8
West End — 939 N. Vanderventer Ave.
Hawaiian— 3839 Finney Ave.
Play House — 4071 Page Blvd.
Casablanca — 4111 Finney Ave.
Manhattan— 1115 N. Sarah
Zanzibar— 215 N. Cardinal
Pullman Club— 2033 Market St.
Roma — 3839 Finney Ave.
Casbah— 2605 Cass Ave.
Duck's — 4384 St. Louis Ave.
Durham— 3633 Cass
Clee's— Pine & Theresa
Calumet — 607 N. Jecerson

NIGHT CLUBS

Paradise— 930 N. Sarah St.
West End— 911 N. Vanderventer

Ri v ; era — 446O Delmar Blvd.

20th Century— 718 N. Vanderventer St.

SERVICE STATIONS
Midville — 1913 Pendleton Ave.
Mac's — 4102 Delmar
Anderson's— 930 N. Compton
Merrill's— 1701 Bond
Brame's— Sarah and Page
Texaco — Delmar & Newstead Sts.

GARAGES

Davis — 4013 Evans St.
Garfield— 4227 Garleld

TAILORS , w m

Jackson's— 4501 W. Easton Ave.
Orchard — 4480 Easton Ave.

LIQUOR STORES

Siegals— 3015 Locust St.
Harlem — 4161 Easton Ave.
West End — 937 N. Vanderventer Ave.
K. & F. — 2 1 S N. Jefferson Ave.

TAXI CABS „

Blue Jay — 2811 Easton Ave.
DeLuxe— 16 N. Jefferson Ave.



From the Collections of The Henry Ford



Missouri
New Jersey



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



ST. LOUIS (Cont.)
DRUG STORES

Taylor Page-^503 Easton Ave.
Douglas— 3339 Laclede
Williams— 2801 Cole St.
Harper's— 3145 Franklin
Kinlock— Hugh St. & Carson Road
Ream's— 1112 N. Sarah St.

EAST ST. LOUIS

HOTELS

Thigpin — 1425 E. Broadway
RESTAURANTS

J. F. Sugg's — 4305 Trendley Ave.

Magnet 303 E. Broadway
BEAUTY PARLORS

Whitehead— 8 N. 17th St.
SERVICE STATIONS

King's — 1741 Bond Ave.
TAVERNS

Thigpin — 1425 E. Broadway

South End— 1527 Russell Ave.

Victory Club — 4833 Tudor Ave.

lolly Corner— 1433 E. Broadway
Attucks— 1713 Kansas Ave.
Moonlight Inn — 4337 Bennett Ave.
DRUG STORES

South End— 1652 Centra] Ave
Dant'a — 15th & Broadway

MONTANA

HELENA
TOURIST HOMES
Mr». M. Stitt— 204 S. Park

NEBRASKA

AINSWORTH

HOTELS

Midwest

TOURIST HOMES

Skinner's Cabins

RESTAURANTS
Top Notch
Wonder Bar

SERVICE STATIONS
Hewett's

Weston
Skinner's
Phillips 66
Conoco

GARAGES
House of Chevrolet
Clark's Service
Gil's Body Shop

FREMONT
C. M. Brannon— 1550 N. 'C St.
Gus Henderson — 1725 N. Irving St.



GRAND ISLAND

TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. M. Hunter— 217 E. 5th St.

OMAHA
HOTELS

Broadview— 2060 N. 19th St.
Patton— 1014-18 S. 11th St.
Walker— 2504 Charles St.
Willis— 22nd & Willis

TOURIST HOMES

L. Strawther— 2220 Willis Ave.
Mrs. M. Smith— 2211 Ohio St.
G. H. Ashby— 2228 Willis Ave.
Dave Brown— 2619 Caldwell St.

RESTAURANTS
Sharp Inn— 2318 N. 24th St.
Cozy— 2615 No 24th St.

TAVERNS

Red Brick— 2723 'Q* St.
Myrtis— 2229 Lake St.
Len't— 25th ft Q St.
Apex— 1818 N. 24th St.

LIQUOR STORES
Thrifty— 24th & Lake St.
Liquor — 2525 Templeton

SERVICE STATIONS
Gabby'a— 24th & Ohio
Kaplan — 24th & Grant
Deep Rock— 24th & Charlei
V.llone's— 22I0J4 Farnam

DRUG STORES
Hermansky's— 2725 Q St.
Duffy— 24th & Lake St.

Johnson— 2306 N. 24th St.
Leid's— 24th & Seward Sts.

TAILORS

Tip Top— 1804 N. 24th St.

LINCOLN
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Edwards— 2420 T* St.

DRUG STORES
Smith'*— 2146 Vine St.

TAILORS

Zimmerman — 2355 O St.

SCOTTSBLUFF
HOTELS
Welsh Rooms— 10th St. and 10th Ave.

TOURIST HOMES
Pickett's Cabins— East Overland

RESTAURANTS
Eagl.'s — 1603 Broadway



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



New Jersey



NEW JERSEY

ASBURY PARK

HOTELS

Metropolitan— 1200 Springwood

Reevy's— 135 DeWitt Ave.

Whitehead— 25 Atkins Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. W. Greenlow— 1317 Summerfield Ave.

Mrs. Brown — 135 Ridge Ave.

Mrs. C. Jones — 141 Sylvan Ave.

Mrs. V. Maupin— 25 Atkins Ave.

E. C. Yeager— 1406 Mattison Ave.

Anna Eaton — 23 Atkins Ave.
RESTAURANTS

West Side— 1136 Springwood Ave.

Nellie Tutt's— 1207 Springwood Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Imperial — 1107 Springwood Ave.

Opal— 1146 Springwood- Ave.

Marions— 1119 Springwood Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

Consolidated— 1216 Springwood

John Milby— 1216 Springwood Ave.

TAVERNS

Aztex Room— 1147 Springwood Ave.

Capitol— 1212 Springwood Ave.

Hollywood— 1318 Springwood Ave.

2-Door— 1512 Springwood Ave.

Palm Garden— Springwood & Mytle Aves.
(Neptune)
NTGIIT CT,UF,S

Cuba's — Springwood Ave.
SERVICE STATIONS

Johnson— Springwood & DeWitt Place

GARAGES ^

Arrington— 153 Ridee Ave.
West Side— 1010 Asbury Ave.

ATLANTIC CITY
HOTELS
LIBERTY HOTEL
1519 BALTIC AVE.
Bay State — N. Tenn. Ave.
Randell — 1601 Arctic Ave.
Ridley— 1806 Arctic Ave.
Swan— 136 N. Virginia Ave.
Wright— 1702 Arctic Ave.
Lincoln— 911 N. Indiana Ave.
Luzon— 601 N. Ohio Ave.
Attucks— 1120 Drexel Ave.
Apex Rest— 1801 Ontaario Ave.
Villanova— 1124 Drexel Ave.
Burton's — 10 No. Delaware Ave.

TOURIST HOMES
Newsomes — 225 N. Indiana Ave.
A. R. S. Goss— 324 N. Indiana Ave.
Mr*. V. Jones— 1720 Arctic Ave.
E. Satchell— 27 N. Michigan Ave.
Bailey's Cottage— 1812 Arctic Ave.
D. Austin— 81S Battle Ave.



R. Brown— 113 N. Penn. Ave.
M. Conte — 128 N. Indiana Ave.
Roberts — 229 N. Indiana Ave.
Burton's— 10-12 N. Delaware Ave.

RESTAURANTS

Golden'*— 41 N. Kentucky Ave.
Little Diner — 104 N. Kentucky Ave.
Smack Shack — 40 N. Kentucky Ave.
Young' a — 18 N. Ohio Ave.
Bedford'*— Artie & S. Carolina Ave.
Kelly's— 1311 Arctic Ave.
Carrie's — 40 N. Kentucky Ave.

BARBER SHOPS
42 N. Illinois Ave.
Hollywood— 811 Arctic Ave.
Hunter's — 1816J4 Arctic Ave.

BEAUTY PARLORS

C. E. Newsome— 225 N. Indiana Ave.
Grace's— 43 N. Kentucky Ave.

TAVERNS
Wonder Bar— 1601 Arctic Ave.
Little Belmont— 37 N. Kentucky Ave.

Hattie's 1913 Arctic Ave.

Daddy Lew's— Bay ft Baltic Ave.
Mack's— 1590 Baltic Ave.
Popular— 1923 Artie Ave.
Elite— Baltic ft Chalfonte Ave.
Herman's— Maryland & Arctic
Prince's— 37 N. Michigan Ave.
Austins — Maryland ft Baltic
Elks Bar ftGrill— 1613 Artie
Lighthouse— 1613 Baltic Aye.
New Jersey— N. J. ft Mediterranean
Circus— 37 N. Michigan Ave.
My Own— 701 Baltic Ave.
Tim Buck Two— 1600 Arctic Ave.
Bill Marks— 1923 Arctic
Fannie' s— 2001 Arctic Ave.
Shangri-La— Kentucky & Arctic Ave.
Perry's— 1228 Arctic Ave.
Johnson's— 10 No. Kentucky Ave..

NIGHT CLUBS

Harlem— 32 N. Kentucky Ave.
Paradise— 220 N. Illinois Ave.

LIQUOR STORES

Tumble Inn— Delaware ft Baltic
SERVICE STATIONS

Mundy's 1818 Arctic St.
GARAGES

Johnson's 16 N. Indiana Ave.
DRUG STORES

London**— Cor. Ky. ft Arctic Ave.

BAYONNE

TJ S3P8%. 23rd St.
John's— 463 Ave 'C*



From the Collections of The Henry Ford



New Jersey



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



BAYONNE (Cent.)
TAILORS

Theadore— 522 Boulevard

BELL MEADE
HOTELS

Bell Meade— Rt. 31

BERLIN

TAVERNS

Tipping Inn— Or Rt. S-41

BRIDGETON

TAVERNS

The Rami Inn— Bridge*ton & Millville Pike
CAMDEN
RESTAURANTS
Bar-B-Q— 818 S. 9th St.

CHINESE RESTAURANTS
Lon s— 806 Kaign Ave.

TAVERNS

Nick's— 7th & Central Ave.
TAILORS

Merchant— 743 Kaighor Ave.
CAPE MAY
HOTELS

New Cape May— Broad & Jackson Sts.
Richardson— Broad & Jackson Sts.
De Griff — 83.) Corgie St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. M. Green— 728 Lafayette St.

EAST ORANGE
BEAUTY PARLORS

The Ritz— 214 Main St.

Milan's— 232 Halstead St.
TAILORS

Vernon's — 182 Amherst St.
Charles— 63 N Park St.

TAXI CABS

Whitehurst— Cor. Central & Halstead Sts.
EATONTOWN ..
NIGHT CLUBS

The Greenbriar— Pine Bush

EGG HARBOR
HOTELS

Allen House — 625 Cincinnati Ave.
TAVERNS

Red, White & Blue Inn— 701 Phila. Ave.
ELIZABETH
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. L. G. Brown— 178 Madison St.
Mrs. T. T. Dtvis— 27 Dayton St.
TAVERNS

One & Only— 1112 Dickerson St.
Hunter's— 1197 E. Broad St.
Holzer— 1060 Magnolia Ave.
ENGLEWOOD
TAVERNS
The Lincoln — 1-3 Englewood Ave.



LIQUOR STORES

W. E. Beverage Co.— 107 William St.

Giles— 107 Williams St.

HACKENSACK
BEAUTY PARLORS

Mary— 206 Central Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

Tip Top— 174 Central Ave.

Crosson — Railroad Place
TAVERNS

Rjdfout's— 204 Central Ave.
NIGHT CLUBS

Majestic Lodge— 351 - 1st St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Five Point — First and Susquehanna St.

HASKELL

RECREATION PARKS
Thomas Lake

HIGHTSTOWN

TAVERNS
Paul's Inn— Rt. 33 East Windsor TWP
Old Barn— 104 Daws St.

JERSEY CITY

BEAUTY PARLORS

Beauty — 74A Atlantic Ave.
TAILORS

Bell's — 630 Cummunipaw Ave.

E. & E.— MA Oak St.
BEAUTY SCHOOLS

N. J. Acamedy— 527 Jackson Ave.

KINGSTON

ROAD HOUSES

Merrill's

KEYPORT

TAVERNS

Green Grove Inn— Atlantic & Halsey Sts.
Major's — 215 Atlantic Ave.

KENNEL WORTH
TAVERNS

Driver's— 17th ft Monroe Ave.
LAKEWOOD

BEAUTY SALON

Hollywood— 17 -4th St.

LAWNSDDE
TOURIST HOMES

Hi-Hat— White Horse Pike
TAVERNS

Acorn Inn — Whitehorse Pike
Dreamland

La Belle Inn — Gloucester Ave.

Wilcox — Eavesham Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Thelma Thomas— Warwick Blvd.
BARBER SHOPS

Henry Smith — Mouldy Road



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



New Jersey



LAWNSIDE (Cont.)
SERVICE STATIONS

Newton's— White Horse Pike

Atlantic— White Horse Pike, Clement Bridge

LINDEN
NIGHT CLUBS , .

4th Ward Club— 1035 Baltimore
TAVERNS

Victory — 1307 Baltimore Ave.

LONG BRANCH

TAVERNS, t

Club '45'— Liberty St.
Sam Hall— 18 Academy St.

Tally-Ho— 44 Liberty St.

MADISON
TAXI CABS

Madison — 18 Lincoln Place
Yellow — 14 Lincoln Place

MAGNOLIA



MAHWAH

TAVERNS
Paul's Lunch — Brook St.

MOMOUTH JUNCTION
TOURIST HOMES

Macon's Inn— H'way Rt. No. 1-26

MONT CL A1H
TOURIST HOMES

Y M C. A.— 39 Washington St.
V. W. C. A.— 159 Glenridge Ave.

RESTAURANTS



BEAUTY SHOPS

Lula's— 272 Bloomfield Ave.
McGhee— 307 Orange Road
Green's— 324 Orange Road
Gamble's— 146 Bloomfield Ave.

BEAUTY PRODUCTS



VISIT

SUSIE'S RESTAURANT

WE ALWAYS SERVE YOU WITH A
SMILE AND SNAPPY SERVICE

Sizzling Steaks and Fried Chicken
Our Specialty

290 Bloomfield Avenue
Montclair, N. J.



Tel. Montclair 2-9823

Women Who Care Use Regularly

GAMBEL'S SCIENTIFIC
BEAUTY PRODUCTS

COME AND VISIT US
Wholesale — Retail
148 Bloomfield Avenue

Montclair, N. J.

Mrs. E. M. Gambel, Prop.



Tabard's— 8 Harltey St.
Tabard's— 322 Orange Road
Blue From— 154 Bloomfield I



BARBER SHOPS

Stewart Bros.-139 Bloomfield Ave.
People— U73 Bloomfield Ave.

T USESJl S Bloomfield Ave.

T Cu? J SS^274 Bloomfield Ave.

Raveneau— 239 Bloomfield Ave.

Eay-Ayer's— 190 Bloomfield Ave.
SERVICE STATIONS

Whitefields— 175 Bloomfield Ave.
Montdairs— 170 Bloomfield Ave.

GARAGES

Tolson's— 35 Washington St.
Cardell's— 323 Orange Road

TAXI CABS

Lamb's— 153 Bloomfield Ave.
Edmond's— 169 Bloomfield Ave.

Davenport— 152 Lincoln St.

DRUG STORES

Elm Pharmacy— 220 Bloomfield Ave.

GARAGES

Maple Ave.— 91 Maple Ave.

MORRISTOWN

NIGHT CLUBS
Eureka— U8 Spring St.



Ford



New Jersey



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



NEPTUNE
RESTAURANTS

Hampton Inn — 1718 Sringwood Ave.

Samuel's— 2S1 Fisher Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Priscilla's— 261 Myrtle Ave.

NEWARK
HOTELS

Grand— 78 W. Market St.
Y. M. C. A. — 153 Court St.
Y. W. C. A. — 20 Jones St.
Harwin Terrace — 27 Sterling St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Morris— 39 Chester Ave.
Mrs. Spence — 506 Washington Ave.

RESTAURANTS

Cabin Grill— 54 Waverly Ave.
Alpine— 197 W. Kinney St.
Bar-B-Q — 9 Monmouth St.

BEAUTY PARLORS
La Vogue— 227 VV. Kinney St.
Farrar — 35 Prince St.
Billy's— 206 Belmont Ave.
Virginia Salon— 132 West St.
Mae's— 271 Sringfield Ave.
Algene's— 120 Spruce St.
Rene's— 97 West St.
Queen — 155 Barclay St.
Five Star— 247 W. Kinney St.
BARBER SHOPS

Cochran's— 323 Mulberry St.
El Idellio— 30 Wright St.
TAYERNS

Bert's — 211 Renner Ave.
Dodgers— 8 Bedford St.
Dan's— 245 Academy St.
Little Johnny's — 47 Montgomery
Lestbaders— 175 Spruce St.
Kesselman's— 13th & Rutgers St.
Alcazar— 72 Waverly Place
Rosen's — 164 Spruce St.
Dave's — 202 Court St.
Woods— 258 Prince St.
Kleinbergs— 88 Waverly St.
Afro— 19 Quitman St.
Welcome Inn— 87 West St.
Del Mar— 133 Howard St.
'570'— 570 Market St.
Boyd's — 70 Boyd St.
Corprew's— 297 Sprinfield Ave.
Dug-Out— 188 Belmont Ave.
Harry's — 60 Waverly Ave.
Ernie's— 104 Wallace St.
Trippe's — 121 Halstead St.
Mulberry— 302 Mulberry St.
Frederick — 2 Boston St.
Hi Spot— 166 W. Kinney St.
NIGHT CLUBS
New Kinney Club— 36 Arlington St.
Boston Plaza — 4 Boston St.
Golden Inn— 192 S. Pruce St.



Nest Club— Warren & Norfolk St.

Villa Maurice— 375 Washington St.

Alcazar — 72 Waverly Ave.

Dodgers— 8 Bedford St.
CHINESE RESTAURANTS

Chinese-American — 603 W. Market
SERVICE STATIONS

Estes— 297 Goldmeth Ave.

Livingston— 300 W. Kinney St.

<; v RAGES

Branch — 45 Rankin St.
TAILORS

I. Jordan— 178 W. Kinney St.

OCEAN CITY
HOTELS

Washington— 6th and Simpson St.
Comfort — 2nd St.

ORANGE
HOTELS

Y. M. C. A. — 84 Oakwood Ave.

Y. W. C. A. — 66 Oakwood Ave.

Oakwood Dep't— 84 Oakland Ave.
RESTAURANTS

Triangle — 152 Barrow St.

Jeter's— 77 Barrow St.

Joe's— 120 Barrow St.
CHINESE RESTAURANTS

Orange Garden — 157 Barrow St.
XTGHT CLUBS

Paradise— Barrow & Chestnut St.

DRUG STORES

Central— Parrow & Hickory Sts.
TAILORS

Fitchitt— 99 Oakwood Ave.

Silvern— 104 Oakland Ave.

Triangle— 101 Hickory St.
If VDIO

J. & R — 85 So. Day St.

PAULSBORO

RESTAURANTS

Elsie's— 246 VV. Adams St.

PATERSON

TAVEIiXS

Idle Hour Bar— 53 Bridge St.

Joymakers— 38 Bridge St.
TAILORS

Perfect — 39 Paterson St.
(. v RAGES

Rrown's— 57 Godwin St.

TAXI CABS

F.agle — 134 Governor St.

PERTH AMBOY

HOTELS

Lenora— 550 Hartford St.
BARBER SHOPS
Kelly's— 128 Fayette St.



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



POINT PLEASANT

TAVERNS _
Joe's— 337 Railroad Ave.

PINE BROOK

TOURIST HOMES

RESTAURANTS

Grigg's — 58-60 VVitherspoon St.

BEAUTY PARLORS
Vanity Box— 188 John St.

PLAINFIELD

TAVERNS

Liberty — 4th St.

PLEASANTVILLE

TAVFRNS

Harlem Inn— 1117 Washington Ave.

ROAD HOUSES

MaTtin's— 304 W. Wright St.

RAHWAY
ROAD HOUSES

O. Paterson— Edwards Ave. & Potters
Crossing

RED BANK

HOTELS , _ .

Robins Rest— 615 River Road
RESTAURANTS ,

Vincents— 263 ShrewbJ'iry Ave.

Dan Logan's— W. Bergen Place

T wT E Be^ge S n-103 W. Bergen Place

Charlie's— W. Bergen Place
BARBER SHOPS

A Dillard— 250 Shrewsbury Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

R Alleyne— 124 W. Bergen Place

Suries— 214 Shrewsbury Ave.
SERVICE STATIONS .

Galatres _Shrewsbury & Catherine

TAILORS^ e

Dudley s— 79 Sunset Ave.

ROSELLE

TAVERNS

Omega— 302 E. 9th St.

St. George— 1139 St. George Ave.

SCOTCH PLAINS
RESTAURANTS

Hill Top— 60 Jerusalem Road
ROAD HOUSES

Villa Casanova— Jerusalem Road

COUNTRY CLUBS
Shady Rest— Jerusalem Road

SALEM
TAVERNS m , , c
Stith's— 111 Market St.



SEA BRIGHT

RESTAURANTS

Castle Inn— U New St.

SEWAREN

TAILORS m

Quality— 13 Pleasant Ave.

SHREWSBURY
SERVICE STATIONS

Rodney's — Shrewsbury Ave.

SUMMIT

HOTELS

Y. M. C. A.— 393 Broad St.

TOMS RIVER

TAVERNS .

Casaloma— Manitan Park

TRENTON

^yTm™ A.-A0 Fowler St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Pleash— 88 Spring St.

Mrs. Garland— 62 Spring St.
RESTAURANTS

Spot Sandwich— 121 Spring St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Bea's— 83 Spring St.

Geraldine's— 17 Trent St.
BARBER SHOPS m

Sanitary— 199 N. Willow St.

Bill's— 81 Spring St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Famous-228 N. Willow St.
ROAD HOUSES „ .

Crossing Inn— Eggertt . Crossing

VAUX HALL
BEAUTY PARLORS
Celeste— 211 Spnngwood Ave.

TAVERNS

Carnegie — 380 Carnegie Place

WILDWOOD

^QeT^k— 100 E. Lincoln St.

The Marion— Artie & Spicer Ave.

Artie Ave.— 3600 Artie Ave.

Wsta-^118 Park Blvd.
Hunt's— 140 Spicer Ave.
TOURIST HOMES .

Mrs. E. Crawley— 3816 Artie
BEAUTY PARLORS

B Johnson's— 407 Garfield Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

R. Morton — 4010 New Jersey Ave.

NIGHT CLUBS

High Steppers— 437 Lincoln Ave.
WOODBURY
RE ST AUR ANTS k

RobintoB'»—22S Park Ave.



From the Collections of The Henry Ford



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



WEST PLEASANT VILLE
COUNTRY CLUB
fine Acres Country Club — Atlantic City

NEW YORK STATE

ALBANY
HOTELS

Broadway — 603 Broadway

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Aaron J. Oliver— 42 Spring St

B r A > L L T J PARLORS
Buelah Ford.— 96 2nd St.

BARBER SHOPS

Martin's — * Vantromp St
SERVICE STATIONS

Ten Eyck— 137 Lark St
NIGHT CLUBS

Rythra Club— Madison Ave.

BATH
TOURIST HOMES

Tuskegee— 364 West Morris St.

BUFFALO
HOTELS

UttW Hariem-494 Michigan Ave.
Y. M. C. A. — 585 Michigan Ave
Montgomery— 486 Michigan Ave '
Vendome— 177 CWnton St.
Clandge— 38 Broadway

TOURIST HOMES

Miss R. Scott— 244 N. Division St.
Mr,. F. Washington-! 72 Climon St
Mrs. G. Chase-192 Clinton S. '

Willum Campbell— 342 Adam St.

RESTAURANTS

Horseshoe — 198 Pine St

Lou's— 154 Williams St.'

Crystal— -534 Broadway

Bar-B-Q— 413 Michigan Ave.

Empire— 454 Michigan Ave.
l,' ,Ver f^ r -' 75 Williams
Elite— 280 Broadway

Chet & Als— 486 William St.

Apex— 311 William St.
Alfreda's— 192 Broadway
Standard— 77 Ridge St.

Du , h J\— 535 Broadway
Burk's— 198 William St.
New China's-! 72 Genesse St.
Panama— 378 Jefferson St.

CHINESE RESTAURANTS
Kara Wing Loo— 4J3 Michig.,,, Ave

Orchid— 419 Pratt St.
Melisey's— 236 William St
Artisian— 271 Spring St.
w R L"? — 348 J« ff «son Ave.
Matchless— 169 Willam St



Edwards— 530 William St.
Lady Esther 243 E. Ferry St.
Jean s — 142 Adams St.
Laura's— 643 Broadway
La Mae— 437 Jefferson Ave.
Jessies— 560 Spring St.
Fuqua's— 587 Clinton St.

BARBER SHOPS

Elite— 171 William St.
People's— 433 Williams St.

TAVERNS

Pearls — 474 Michigan Ave.
Clover Leaf— 443 Michigan Ave.
Jefferson— 381 Jefferson
Apex— 311 Williams St.
Balser— 416 William St.
Kern's— 382 William St.
Hickory— Hickory & Williams
Horse Shoe— Williams & Pine
Touisaint— 292 Williams St.
Joe's— 416 William St.
Tuxedo— 121 Williams St.
Glass Horseshoe— 214 Williams St
Jamboree— 339 Williams St.
Mandy's— 278 ".'illiams St.
Polly's— 40J Jefferson St.

NIGHT CLUBS

Moonglow— Michigan & Williams
Cotton Club— 349 Broadway
Horseshoe— William and Pine St
King Solomons— William and Adams
Zann— 557 Clinton St.
Parkside— 452 William Sr.

LIQUOR STORES

Swan— Swan & Hickory St.

Aqui-Line — 141 Broadway

Ferry— 192 E. Ferry St.

Jotton's— 344 Jefferson Ave.

Stenson's— 133 William St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Fraas — Clinton & Jefferson
Spring St.— 240 Spring St.
Burn's— 149 Babcock
TAILORS

Twi-Light— 458 Williams St.
Eagle— 414 Eagle St.
Reeve's— 119 Clinton St.
Mickey's— 544 Williams St.
Tidwell— 561 Eagle Si.
Shirley's 533 Broadway
Sam's— 270 William St.
Quality— 275 Franklin St.
Byrd's — 473 Broadway

TAXI CABS

Veteran— 63 William St.

CROTON-ON THE-HUDSON
HOTELS
HuTs

HA STING ON THE HUDSON

SERVICE STATIONS
Capitol— 597 Washington St.



From the Collections of The Henry



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



New York State



ITHACA
NIGHT CLUBS

Forest City— 119 So. Tioga St.

GLEN FALLS
TOURIST HOMES

Mr». M. Mayberry — 16 Ferry St.

JAMESTOWN
TOURIST HOMES _ l b
Mrs. I. W. Herald— 51 W. 10th St.
Mrs. J. M. Brown— 108 W. 11th St.

LACKAWANNA
RESTAURANTS

Little Swan — 25 Wasson Ave.

Standard — 68 Ridge Road

Chicken Shack— 23 Simon Ave.

Merriweathers— 73 Ridge Rd.
TAVERNS

Little Harlem— 26 Gates Ave.

Bordeaux — Wasson and Iron St.

MECHANICVILLE

TOURIST HOMES

Green's— R.F.D. No. 1

NIAGARA FAIXS
HOTELS
MACK -HAYES HOUSE
437 - 1st STREET '
TOURIST HOMES
W. L. PARKER
627 ERIE AVE.
Mack Hayes House— 437 - 1 St.
Mrs. Alice Ford — 413 Firsl St
Mrs. Brown — 1202 Haeberie Ave.
A. E. Gabriel— 635 Erie Ave.
C. A. Brown— 3106 Highland Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

Garland — Erie Ave.
TAVERNS

Sunset Cafe — 619 Erie Ave.
Chef. W. Martin— 609 Erie Ave.
Cephas— 621 Erie Ave.

PORT JERVIS

TOURIST HOMES
R. Pendleton— 26 Bruce St.

POUGHKEEPSIE

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. S. Osterholt— 16 Crannell St.
G. W. Hayes— 93 N. Hamilton

ROCHESTER
HOTELS

Gibson— 461 Clariss St.

Freeman House — 112 Industrial St.



TOURIST HOMES

G. W. Burke— 221 Columbia Ave.
Mrs. Latimer — 179 Clarissa St.



TAVERNS
Cotton Club— 222 Joseph Ave.



DAN'S TAVERN

THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD
A FAVORITE SPOT FOR VISITORS
Fine Wines and Liquors
293 Clarissa St Rochester, N. Y.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

TAVERNS

Bill Vodney— 102 Congress St.

SCHENECTADY
HOTELS

Clefton— 516 Broadway
TOURIST HOMES

R. Rhinehart— 125 S. Church St.

S. Kearney— 857 McDonald Ave.

SYRACUSE

HOTELS

The Savoy— 518 E. Washington St.

Almond House — 210 Almond St.
TOURIST HOMES

W. R. Farrish— 809 E. Faytte. St.
RESTAUR ANTS^ m t<

Little Harlem— 449 E. Washington St.

Aunt Edith's — 601 Harrison St.

Field's — E. Adams & S. Townsend St.
TAVERNS

Penquin— 822 S. State St.
BARBER SHOPS

Cameron — 401 E. Washington St .

Smith's— 600 l A E. Washington St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Goldie's— 423 Harrison St.
LIQUOR STORES

Mulroy's— 301 E. Genesse St.
TAVERNS

Ben's — 829 S. Townsend St.
DRUG STORES

Allen's— 928 S. Townsend St.

UTICA

TOURIST HOMES

Broad St. Inn — 415 Broad St.
Mrs. S. Burns— 318 Broad St.
Howard Home — 413 Broad St.



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New York State
New York City



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



WATERTOWN
HOTELS

Woodruff— Public Square

TOURIST HOMES

E. F. Thomas— 123 Union St.
V. H. Brown— 502 Binase St.
G. E. Deputy — 711 Morrison St.
Mrs. Ruth Thomas— 556 Morrison St.
RESTAURANTS
Capitol — Court St.
BARBER SHOPS

Chicago— Court St.
BEAUTY PARLORS
Mrs. Nancy Williams — 496 Edmonds St.

SERVICE STATIONS

Reilly Esso Station — 496 Edmonds St.

GARAGES

Guilfoyle— Stone St.



NEW YORK CITY

(HARLEM)
HOTELS



Tel. AUdubon 3-8393

HOTEL FANE

205 West 135th Street
Formerly Hotel Dumas

In the Heart of Harlem

Rooms with Bath, Hot-Cold Water
Radio in Rooms Phono Reserva.

Frank G. Ligrhtner, Mgr.



Harriet Hotels— 313 West 127th St

Cambridge— 141 W. 1 10th St.

Martha— 6 W. 135th St.

The Viola— 227 W. 135th St.

Hotel Fane— 205 West 135th St.

Dewey Square— 20 1-2U3 West 117th St

The Tenrub— 328 St. Nicholas
Elks— 689 St. Nicholas Ave.

Beakford— 300 W. 116th St.
Garrett— 314 West 1 27th St.

Braddock— 126th & 8th Ave.
El Melrah— 19 West 135th St.



Elk Hotel — 608 St. Nicholas Avenue

Woodside— 2424 7th Ave.

HOTEL THERESA

7th AVE. AT 125th ST.
Grampion— 182 St. Nicholas Ave.

Y. M. C. A.— 180 W. 135th St.

Y. W. C. A. — 175 W. 137th St.
Currie— 101 W. 145th St.

Mariette— 170 W. 1 21st St.

Cecil— 208 W. 118th St. -

Revella— 307 W. 116th St.
Hudson— 1649 Amsterdam Ave.
Richard— 6 Bradhurst Ave.

Barbera— 501 West 142 St.

Hotel Elmeneh— 845 St. Nicholas Ave.

Hotel McClendon— 23 West 123rd St.

CROSSTOWN HOTEL

515 WEST 145th ST.

Douglas— 809 St. Nicholas Ave.
RESTAURANTS
Pete's— 2534 8th Ave.

Bell's Cocktail Lounge — 3616 B'way
SURPRISE ROTISSERIE

2319 SEVENTH AVE.

ROAST CHICKEN ft BARBEQUE SPARE RIBS

Wines and Beers
S.E. Cor. 136th St. AU 3-9622

Virginia— 271 W. 119th St.

Bob's Lounge— 2165 8th Ave.

Lulu Belle's— 317 W. 126th St.

Four Star— 2433 7th Ave.

"The Squeeze Inn" — 2I25-7th Ave.

Helen's Haven— 2930 8th Ave.

Pauline's— 1627 Amsterdam Ave.

Tabb's— 2354 7th Ave.

Esquire Lunchonette — 2201 7th Ave.

Brown's— 210 W. 135th St.

E & M— 2016 7th Ave.

Em & Bee — 458 Lenox Ave.

Davis'— 2066 7th Ave.

Pals Inn— 307 West 1 25th St.

Little Shack— 2267 7th Ave.

Empire — I25th St. & Lenox Ave.

Jimmy's— 763 St. Nicholas Ave.
Mayling— 1723 Amsterdam Ave.
The Lotus — 454 Lenox Ave.

Gertrude's— 267 West 14 1st St.

George's — 1921 Amsterdam Ave.

Jennie Lou's— 2297 - 7th Ave.

Hamburg Paradise— 377 West 125th St.

Bodden & Clark— 2150 - 7th Ave.
Surprise — 2319-7th Ave.

Jimmie's 307 West 1 25th St.

Beverly Hills— 303 West 145th St.
CHINESE RESTAURANTS

Mayling— 1723 Amsterdam Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS
Elite— 2544 7th Ave.
Myers & Griffin— 65 W. 134th St.
Your Pal— 22 W. 133rd St.



From the Collections of The Henry



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



New York City



HARLEM fa at.)

National— 301 W. 144th St.

Neuway— 143 W. 116th St.

Beard's — 322 St. Nicholas Ave.

Bonnie's— 165 W. 127th St.

Dorothy's— 247 West 144th St.

Rose Meta's— 148th it. & St. NicJholas Ave.

Lillette's— 1308 Amsterdam Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

Spor smen's Barber Shop— 2?24-7th Ave.

Davis— 69 W. 138th St.

Renaissance— 2349 7th Ave.

Delux— 90 St. Nicholas Place

World— 2621 8th Ave.

Bob Cary's— 2521 8th Ave.

Spooner's — 2435 8th Ave.

Dunbar— 2808 8th Ave.

B. Garrett— 2311 7th Ave.

Hi-Hat— 2276 7th Ave.

Hoghie Ray ford— 2013 7th Ave.

Ideal— 716 St. Nicholas Ave.

Leon & Eddie's— 353 W. 145th St.

Modernistic— 2132 7th Ave.

De Lux— 90 St. Nicholas PL
SERVICE BARBER SHOP
Winfleld Fowler
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL— VISIT US

2296 Seventh Avenue
Tel. AUdubon 3-9524

Blue Castle — 1861 Amsterdam Ave.

Early Dawn— 2570 7th Ave.
CONFECTIONERY

SNOOKIE'S SUGAR BOWL

2340 - 7th AVENUE

TAVERNS

Lenox Lounge — 290 Lenox Ave.

El Favorito Bar— 2055 Eighth Ave.
Old Time Tavern— 2160 5th Ave.
International— 2150 5th Ave.
Golden's— 366 West 145th St.
Arthur's— 2481 8th Ave.
Red Tiii — 2470-7th Ave.
Bird Cage— 2308 7th Ave.
John Allen's— 207 W. 116th St.
Brittwood — 594 Lenox Ave.
Frankie's Cafe— 2328-7th Ave.
Bank's— 2338 - 8th Ave.
Shalimar— 3638 Broadway
Brownie's— 2571 8th Ave.— 2557 8th Ave.
Bogan's— 2154-Sth Ave.
Frank Lezama— 3578 Broadway
Palm— 209 West 125th St.
Frank's— 313 West 125th St.
Vlac's— 267 West 125th St.
William's— 2011 - 7th Ave.
Harris' Corner— 132nd St. & 7th Ave.
Dawn — 1931 Amsterdam Ave.
Pasadena— 2350 - 8th Ave.
Barfield— 2379 - 7th Ave.
lack Carters— 1890 - 7th Ave.
Poor John's— 2268 - 8th Ave.
Farrell's— 2175 7th Ave.



Chico's— 2014 Fifth Ave.
Braddock — Corner 126th St. and 8th Ave.
Jock's— 23 50-7th Ave.
Silver Rail— 2165 8th Ave.
Tom Farrell's — 128th St. and Convent Ave.
William's— 2017 5th Ave.
George's — 630 Lenox Ave.
Sugar Ray's — 2074 7th Ave.
Hawkin's— 308 West 12Sth St.
Apollo— 303 West 125th St.
Baby Grand— 319 West 125th St.
AFs— 415 West 125th St.
Horseshoe— 2474 - 7th Ave.
Lou's — 1985 Amsterdam Ave.
Welcome Inn— 2895 - 8th Ave.
Tom Delaney— 7th Ave. & 137th St.
Blue Heaven — 378 Lenox Ave.
Calvacade— 2104 7th Ave.
Colonial — 116 Bradhurst Ave.
Eddie's— 714 St. Nicholas Ave.
Elk Scene — 469 Lenox Ave.
Hot-Cha— 2280 7th Ave.
La Mar Cheri— 739 St. Nichollas Ave.
Logas — 2496 7th Ave.
Monte Carlo— 2247 7th Ave.
Murrain — 635 Lenox Ave.
Orange Blossom — 570 Lenox Ave.
Victoria— 2418 7th Ave.
721 St. Nicholas Ave. Grill
Fat Man— St. Nicholas Ave. & 155th St.
Mayfair— 773 St. Nicholas Ave.
C. L. D. Grill— 1958-7th Ave.
Jimmie Daniels— 114 W. 116th St.
Moon Glow— 2461 7th Ave.
Palm Cafe— 209 W. 125th St.
George Farrell's — 2711 8th Ave.
Novelty Bar ft Grill — 1965 Amsterdam Ave.
Johnson's — 614 Lenox Ave.
L-Bar— 3601 Broadway
Chick's Bar & Grill— 2501 7th Ave.
Snort'i Inn — 2308 8th Ave.
The Colonial— 2321 8th Ave.
Clover Bar & Grill 1735 Amsterdam Ave.
Swanky Bar ft Grill — 1744 Amsterdam Ave.
DanieF's — 2461 7th Ave.
Coran's — 2359 7th Ave.
Pelican — 45 Lenox Ave.
Jock's— 2350 7th Ave
Mandalay— 2201 7th Ave.
Broadway Palace — 147th ft Broadway
Williams'— 2011 7th Ave.
Bell's Bar— Broadway & 149th St.
Dawn Cafe — 1931 Amsterdam Ave.
Chateau Lounee— 379 W. 125th St.
Jerry's Bar— 2091 -8th Ave.
Well's Musical Bar— 2249 7th Ave.
Firpo's — 503 Lenox Ave.
Harlem— 2140 7th Ave.
Zambezi— 2267-7th Ave.
Mardi Gras — 1951 Amsterdam Ave.
Casbah— 163rd St. & St. Nicholas Ave.
Roma Gardens— 275 West 116th St.
Bowman's— 92 St. Nicholas PI.
Shep's — 1978 Amsterdam Ave.
Cosan's— 371 West 123rd St.
Renny— 2359 - 7th Ave.
Red Tip— 2470 - 7th Ave.



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NIGHT CLUBS

Reno— 549 W. 145th St.

S p?L. ir8 D Pa l adisfr - 2294 7th Ave.

Elk. Rendezvous- 13 3rd & Lenox Ave.

Celebrity Club— 35 E. 125th St.

Murrain •— 132nd & 7th Ave.

Hollywood Club— 116th & Lenox Ave

Lenox Rendezvous— 75 Lenox Ave. '
Hol ywood-105 West N6th St. N Y C
Harlem— 266 West 145th St.
Calypso— 2387 7th Ave.

o, ,d ^ 3S , West 125th St.

Club Harlem— 266 West I45th St

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Tel. AUdubon 3-9346
488 W. 155th St., cor. Amsterdam A v.

Friedland's— 605 Lenox Ave.
Goldmans^»83 W. 155th St.
J ft D — 271 West 141st St.

Square W.ne & L,quor-209 W. 127th St.
Leslie T. Turner— 26 Macombs Place

Dependable— 230 Edgecombe Ave.

Da a v r |a 7 B 2 Sno^fve Manha ""

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Cardun— 102 W. 1 37th St.*

Chanty— 483 W. 150 th St.

Daniel Burrows-760 St. Nicholas Ave.

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PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



New York City
(Bklyn. Bronx)



H. & S.— 5 West 131st St.
Harlem— 85 West 128th St.
Inez Gumbs— 347 W. 120th St.
J. & D.— 271 West 141st St.

C. D. Kings— 2087 Madison Ave.
Padam's — 1963 Amsterdam Ave.
Chas. Arshen— 2501 8th Ave.
Kipco — 1765 Amsterdam Ave.

I. Goldberg — 2655 Broadway
Belma's— 2812 8th Ave.
Janet's— 1750 Amsterdam Ave.
Convent — 366 Convent Ave.
Willis ft Brown— 201 W. 138th St.

GARAGES

Colonial Park— 310 W. 144th St.

Polo Grounds— 155th St. & St. Nicholas
AUTOMOTIVE



THE CASWELL
MOTOR CO., INC.



Sales and Service

651 WEST 125th STREET
NEW YORK CITY

Tel. Riverside 9-7600



TAILORS

Robert Lewis— 1980 7th Ave.
Globe— 2894 8th Ave.
7th Ave.— 2051-7th Ave.
Little Alpha— 200 West 1 36th St.
Dig-By— 300 West 111th St.

La Fontaine 470 Convent Ave

Broadway— 92 St. Nicholas Ave.
Hill Side— 513 West 145th St.
Rainey's— 1869 Amsterdam Ave.
Dillette's— 101 Edgecombe Ave.
DANCE HALLS

Savoy — Lenox Ave. & 140th St.
Golden Gate— Lenox Ave. & 142nd St.

BROOKLYN
HOTELS

Y. M. C. A.— 405 Carlton Ave.
Burma — 145 Gates Ave.
RESTAURANTS

Dew Drop— 363 Halsey St.



Little Roxy — 490A Summer Ave.
Bernice't Cafeteria — 105 Kingston Ave.
Spick & Span — 70 Kingston Ave.
Sevelle Bar-B-Q— 237 Sumner Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS
Bartley's— 1 125 Fulton St.
Katerine's — 345 Sumner Ave.
Ideal— 285-A Sumner Ave.
Mariett's — 451 Nostrand Ave.



TAVERNS

Palm Gardens — 491 Summer Ave.

Royal— 1073 Fulton St.

Parkside— 759 Gates Ave.

Decatur Bar ft Grill— 301 Reid Ave.

Kingston Tavern — 1496 Fulton St.

Arlington Inn — 1253 Fulton St.

Gallagher's Bar— 249 Reid Ave.

Disler's— 759 Gates Ave.

Elegant Bar & Grill— 1420 Fulton St.

Verona Leafe — 1330 Fulton St.

K & C Tavern— 588 Gates Ave.

George's — 328 Tompkins Ave.

Smitty's— 286 Patchen Ave.

Casablanca— 300 Reid Ave.

Ten-Twelve — Sumner & Myrtle Aves.

Bedford Rest— 1253 Bedford Ave.

Country Cottage — 375 Franklin Ave.

Bombay— 377 Christppher St.

Capitol— 1550 Fulton St.

Corba— 1593 E. New York Ave.
Traveler's Inn— SA Hull St.
Bandwagon — 122 Troy Ave.
Marion's — 125 Marion St.
Berry Bros.— 1714 Fulton St.
Logan's— 1165 Bradford Ave.
Bar 688—688 Halsey St.
Brooklyn Fraternal— 1068 Fulton St.
Frank & Mtirry's— 95 Varet St.
Topside— 224 Ralph Ave.
Ward's— 1825 Fulton St.
Jefferson — 397 Tompkins Ave.
Bushwick— 375 Bushwick Ave.
Lorene's — 373 Nostrand Ave.
Turbo Village— 249 Reid Ave.
Elmo— 243 Reid Ave.

Summer 693 Gates Ave.

Esquire — Atlantic & Kingston Aves.
New Durkin— 1285 Fulton St.
NIGHT CLUBS
Lion's— 307 Ralph Ave.

DRUG STORES

Provident — 1265 Bedford Ave.

Bancroft — Franklin and Bergen St.
WINE and LIQUOR STORE

Yak— 1361 Fulton St.

Lincoln — 401 Tompkins Ave.

York— 1361 Fulton St.

Stuyvesant— 1551 Fulton St.

Allen Rose — 106 Kingston Ave.

Turner's— 249 Sumner St

Gottesman's — 41 Albany Ave.

Sexton's— 616 Halsey St.
TAILORS

O ft 0—84 Troy Ave.



New York City
L. I., Westchester



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



(BRONX)
HOTELS

Carver— 980 Prospect Ave.

Crotona — 695 East 170th St.
RESTAURANTS

Betty's Blue Room— 1363 Stebbins Ave.

The Blue Way— 3269 3rd Ave.

Shrimp's— 734 East 165th St.

Daniel's— 1107 Prospect Ave.

Syl-V— 584 East 168th St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Grayson — 974 Prospect Ave.

Glennada — 875 Longwood Ave.
TAVERNS

Freddie's Cafe— 1204 Boston Road

Uncle Curley's— 3589 Third Ave.

The Fair Play— 1260 Boston Road

Harty's Mid-Way — 458 E. 165th St.

Louis' Ambosino — 737 E. 165th St.

Neighborhood— 3344 Third Ave.

Louis' Tavern — 3510 Third Ave.

Kennie's — 853 Freeman St.

Lucillo's— 3800 Third Ave.

Jimmy '•— 267 E. 161st St.

Zombie Bar— 1745 Boston Road

Rainbow Gardens — 977 Prospect Ave.

Johnny's — 1048 Boston Road

B & P— 823 E. 169th St.

Trinity— 163rd & Trinity Ave.

Ralph Rida's— 1155 Tinton Ave.

Triangle— 849 E. 169th St.

Bronxwood — 3950 Bronxwood Ave.

Crystal Lounge — 1035 Prospect Ave.

Happy Hour — 1183 Boston Road

Five Corners — 169th St. & Boston Road

Sporting Life— 950 Prospect Ave.

Central— 267 East 161st St.

DeLuxe— 270 East 161st St.

Elk's— 980 Prospect Ave.
Alamo — 1056 Boston Road
Edyth's— Boston Rd. and Prospect Ave.
WINE AND LIQUOR STORE

Franklin Ave.— 1214 Franklin Ave.

Prospect— 889 Prospect Ave.

Jack's— 1309 Prospect Ave.

West Farms-— 2026 Boston Road

O'Connell's— 1311 Boston Road
NIGHT CLUBS

845—845 Prospect Ave.
BALLROOM

McKinley— 1258 Boston Road
SERVICE STATIONS

Al & Jim— Boston Rd. at 170th St.
TAILORS

Hendrix's — 1202 Union Ave.

DeLux — 857 Freeman St.



LONG ISLAND

AMITYVILLE

RESTAURANTS

Watervliet— 158 Dixon Ave.

ROAD HOUSES

Freddy's — Albany & Banbury Court



BARBER SHOPS

Jimmy's — Albany & Brewster
BEAUTY PARLORS
Boyd's — 21 Banbury Court

CORONA

TAVERNS

Big George— 106 Northern Blvd.
Prosperity— 32-19 103rd St.
Silver Rail— 107-15 Northern Blvd.

NIGHT CLUBS

New Cameo — 108 Northern Blvd.

. _ FLUSHING
ROAD HOUSES

Club Forty — 40 Lawrence St.

HEMPSTEAD
TAVERNS

Eddie Bar & Grill— 28 S. Franklin
BARBER SHOPS

Modernistic— 96 So. Franklin St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Sykes— 98 So. Franklin St.

TAVERN™

Tolliver's— 112 New York Blvd.

Hank's— 108-04 New York Blvd.

Old Sweet— 158-11 South Road
TAILORS

Klugh's— 109 Union Hall St.

Merit— 109 Merrick Blvd.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Roslyn— 106-53 New York Blvd.

STATEN ISLAND

WEST BRIGHTON
BEAUTY PARLORS

Etta's— 1652 Richmond Terr.
BARBER SHOPS

Dozler — 192 Broadway
NIGHT CLUBS

Williams — 208 Broadwav
TAILORS

Post— 585 Jersey Ave.

A. Higgs— 721 Henderson

Tucker— 260 Broadway

SERVICE STATIONS

Rispoli — 46 Barker St.

PORT RICHMOND
BEAUTY PARLORS

Millicent— 32 Bennet St.

WESTCHESTER

ELMSFORD

TAVERNS

Clarke— 91 Saw Mill River Road



From the Collections of The Henry



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



N.Mexico, N. Car.
Westchester, Nev.



MT. VERNON

RESTAURANTS

Hamburger Bar— 15 W. 3rd St.

Southern Tea Room — 44 W. 3rd St.

Friendship— SO W. 3rd St.
BEAUTY CULTURE SCHOOLS

Orchid— 48 W. 3rd St.
TAVERNS

Mohawk Inn— 142 S. 7th Ave.

Friendship Center— 50 W. 3rd St.

Golden Lion— 50 S. 8th St.

NEW ROCHELLE

RESTAURANTS

City Park— 521 5th Ave.

Harris— 29 Morris St.

Week's— 68 Winyah Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

A. Berry— 50 DeWitts Place

B. Miller 54 Dewitt PI.
Ocie — 41 Rochelle Place

BARBER SHOPS

The Royal Salon — 4 Brook Ave.
Field's— 66 Winyah Ave.
Bal-Mr^Ral— Brook St.

LIQUOR STORES

A. Edwards— 112 Union Ave.
DRUG STORES

Daniel's — 51 Lincoln Ave.

OSSINENG
BEAUTY PARLORS
Leona's— 13 Hunter St.

NORTH TARRYTOWN
BARBER SHOPS

Lemon's — Valley St.
1. Brown— Valley St.
BEAUTY PARLORS
J. Prioleau— 88 Valley St.

TUCKAHOE

RESTAURANTS

Major's — 48 Washington St.

Butterfly Inn — 47 Washington St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Shanhana— 144 Main St.
BARBER SHOPS

Al's— 144 Main St.

YONKERS
RESTAURANTS

The Brown Derby — 125 Nepperham Ave.

NEVADA

RENO

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Garner— 875 E. 2nd St.
BiULe Ross— 520 Spokane St.

LAS VEGAS
TOURIST HOMES
HARRISON'S GUEST HOUSE
1001 NORTH *P STREET



NEW MEXICO

ALBUQUERQUE
HOTELS

Ideal

TOURIST HOMES

MRS. KATE DUNCAN

423 NORTH ARNO ST.

Mrs. W. Bailey— 1127 N. 2nd St.
RESTAURANTS

AUNT BRENDA'S PIT

BARBECUE— 406 N. ARNO ST.

Bon Ton— 115 N. First St.

CARLSBAD
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. A. Sherrell— 502 S. Haloquens

L. M. Smith— 514 South Canyon
RESTAURANTS

Roy La Flore — New San Jose
BARBER SHOPS

Garland Johnson — West Bronson St.

LAS CRUCES
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. R. B. McCoy— 545 N. Church

ROSVVELL
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Mary Collins— 121 E. 10th St.

R. Brown— IIS E. Walnut St.
RESTAURANTS

Sun Set Cafe— US E. Walnut
TUCUMCARI
TOURIST HOMES

ROCKET INN

524 W. CAMPBELL AVE.

Jone's Rooms— Box 1002
BARBER SHOPS

Henry Jones— 211 N. 5th St.

GARAGES
Swift's— Hi way 66

NORTH CAROLINA

ASHEVILLE
HOTELS

Y. W. C. A.— 360 College St.

Booker T. Washington — 409 Southside Ave.

Savoy — Eagle & Market St.
RESTAURANTS

Palace Grille— 19 Eagle St.
BEAUTY SCHOOLS

Butler's— Eagle & Market St.
BARBER SHOPS

Wilson's— 13 Eagle St.
GARAGES

Wilkin's— Eagle & Market Sts.

BLADENBORO

BEAUTY PARLORS
Lacy's Beauty Shop



North Carolina



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



CARTHAGE
HOTELS

Carthage Hotel

CHARLOTTE
HOTELS

Alexander— 523 N. McDowell St.
RESTAURANTS

First Street— 6301-1 First St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Economy — 804 1-2 E. First St.
DRUG STORES

Gilmore— 220S Booker Ave.

Charlotte— 200 E. Trade St.
GARAGES

Tumlin Bros— 1608 N. Tryon St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Bishop Dale— First & Brevard Sts.

DURHAM
HOTELS

Biltmore — E. Pettigrew St.
Jones — 502 Ramsey St.
RESTAURANTS

Catlett's— 1502 Pettigrew St.
Elivira's— 801 Fayetteville St.
BEAUTY PARLORS
De Shazors— 809 Fayetteville St.
D'Orsay— 120 S. Mangum St.
Friendly City— 711 Fayetteville St.
Burma's — 536 E. Pettigrew St.
Vanity Fair— 1108J4 Pine St.
BARBER SHOPS

Friendly — 711 Fayetteville St.
TAVERNS

Hollywood— 118 S. Mangum St.
College Inn— 1306 Fayetteville St.
Chautauqua — Chautaqua Ave.
Jack's Grill— 706 Fayetteville St.
Parker's Iln — 611 Fayetteville St.
SERVICE STATIONS
Granite— Main & 9th St.
Midway — Pine & Poplar Sts.
Pine Street— 1102 Pine St.
Williams — Cor. Pettigrew & Pine Sts.
Biltmore— 402 E. Pettigrew St.
Clay's — 406 1-2 Pettigrew St.
Speight's — Fayetteville and Pettigrew Sts.
Sulton's Esso — 400 Pine St.
DRUG STORES
Garrett's Biltmore — E. Pettigrew St.
Bull City— 610 Fayetteville St.
TAILORS

Union — 112 Parrish St.
Royal— 538 E. Pettegrew St.
Elite— 1503 Morehead Ave.
Boykin— 715 Fayetteville St.
Community — 813 Fayetteville St.
Service — 612 Fayetteville St.

ELIZABETH CITY
TAVERNS

Blue Duck Inn— 404J4 Ehringhaus



ELIZABETHTOWN

RESTAURANTS
Hotel Carver— 930 Prospect Ave.

BEAUTY PARLORS

Liola's Beauty Salon
TAVERNS

Gill's Grill
Royal Cafe

DRUG STORES

McKay & Neal

FAYETTEVILLE
HOTELS

Bedford Inn— 203 Moore St.
Restful Inn — 418 Gillespie St.
TOURIST HOMES
Jones' Tourist Home, 311 Moore St.

RESTAURANTS

Mayflower Grill— N. Hillsboro St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Ethel's— Gillespie St.
BARBER SHOPS

DeLuxr — Pesno St.

Mack's— 117 Gillespie St.
TAVERNS

Bedford Inn — 203 Moore St.

Big Buster— Gillespie St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Moore's — 613 Ramsey St.
C \ RAGES

Jeffrie's — Blount St.

GASTONIA
HOTELS

Union Square

GREENSBORO
HOTELS

Legion Club— 829 E. Market St.
TOURIST HOMES

T. Daniels— 912 E. Market St.

Mrs. E. Evans— 906 E. Market St.

Mrs. Lewis— 829 E. Market St.

I. \V. Wooten — 423 Lindsay St.
TAVERNS

Paramount— 907 E. Market St.
TAILORS

Shoffners— 922 E. Market St.
TAXI CABS

MafcRae— 106 S. Macon St.

GREENVILLE

RESTAURANTS

Paradise— 314 Albermale Ave.

Bell's— 310 Albermale Ave.
BEAUTY SHOPS

Spain— 614 Atlantic Ave.

Midgett's— 212 Clark St.
DRUG STORES

Harrison's — 908 Dickerson St.



From the Collections of The Henry



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



North Carolina



HALLSBORO

BEAUTY PARLORS
Leigh's — Route No. 1

HENDERSON



-720 Eaton St.
HIGH POINT
HOTELS

Kilby's— 62V/ 3 E. Washington St.

LITTLETON

HOTELS

Young's Hotel

MT. OLIVE

RESTAURANTS
Black Beauty Tea Room

NEW BERN
HOTELS

Rhone — 42 Queen St.
TOURIST HOMES

H. C. Sparrow— 68 West St.
TAVERNS

Palm Garden— 192 Broad St.

LEXINGTON

SERVICE STATIONS
D. T. Taylor — Esso Service

RALEIGH

TAILORS

Lewis— 220 E. Cabarrus St.

Arcade— 122 E. Hargett St.
RESTAURANTS

B & H Cafe— 411 S. Blount St.

Chicken Shack — Cross & Lake St.

Owens — 125 E. Hargett St.
BEAUTY SHOPS

Sales— 222 S. Tarboro St.
TAILORS

Peerless— 103 W. Jones St.
GARAGES

Richardson & Smith — 108 E. Lenoir St.
TAXI CABS

East End— Dial 2-2086

PINEHURST
TOURIST HOMES
Fosters



SANFORD
BEAUTY PARLORS

Douglas'— 310 Wall St.
GARAGES

Campbell's— Pearl St.
DRUG STORES

Bland's— 300 S. Steele St.



SALISBURY

TAXI CABS

Safety— 122 N. Lee St.

SUMTER

TAVERNS

Silver Moon— 20 W. Liberty St.

WHITEVILLE

TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. F. Jeffries— Mill St.

WILSON
HOTELS

Biltmore — E. Washington St.
The Wilson Biltmore— 539 E. Nash
TAXI CABS

M. Jones— 1209 E. Queen St.

WINSTON - SALEM
HOTELS

Y. M. C. A. — 410 N. Church St.

Lincoln— 9 E. Third St.
TOURIST HOMES

Charles H. Jones— 1611 E. 14th St.

Mrs. H. L. Christian— 302 E. 9th St

R. B. Williams— 1225 N. Ridge Ave.
NIGHT CLUBS

Club 709—709 Patterson Ave.

WASHINGTON

DRUG STORES
Lloyd's — 408 Gladden St.

WELDON
HOTELS

Pope

Terminal Inn — Washington Ave.

WILMINGTON

HOTELS

Paynes— 417 N. 6th St.

Murphy— 813 Castle St.
RESTAURANTS

Harris— 10th & Worcester Sts.

Johnson's— 1007 Chestnut St.

Hillcrest— 1118 Dawson St.

Manhattan— 816 S. 13th St.

01Iie'« — 415J4 S. 7th St.
Blue Bird 619 Castle St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Beth's — 416 Anderson St.
Lezora— 609 Red Cross St.
Germany's — 715 Red Cross St.
Lou's — 820 Red Cross St.

Newkirk's— 1217 Castle St.
Pierce's— 615 Redder St.

Apex — 613 Red Cross St.

Dickson— 1101 S. 7th St.
Gertrude— 415 S. 7th St.

Howard's— 121 S. 13th St.
Vanity Box— 115 S. 13th St.

La Celeste— 508 Nixon St.



North Carolina
Ohio



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



WILMINGTON (cont.)

La May— 703 S. ISth St.

Dixie— Nixon St.

Theelma's 207 S. 12th St.

Zan-Zibar — *03 Nixon St.

McOeese— 9th & Red Cross Su.

Fennell's— 1313 N. 7th St.
BARBER SHOPS

Johnson's — 6 Market St.

Johnson's— 903 Castle St.

Brown's — 607 S. 7th St.
NIGHT CLUBS

High Hat— Market St. Rd. (4 miles out)

Del Morocco — 1405 Dawson St.
TAVERNS

Happy Hour — 6tth ft Brunswick Sti.

High Hat— 713 Castle St.

Black Cat— 922 N. 7th St.

William's — 8th ft Dawson Sts.

Blinker Cafe— 60S Red Cross St.

Kozy Korner— 10th & Castle Sts.
SERVICE STATIONS

Brooklyn — 4th & Taylor Sts.
GARAGES

Fennell's— 124 So. I3tth St.
DRUG STORES

Fair Price— 611 Castle St.

Ideal— 517 Red Cross St.

Lane's — 4th & Bladen Sts.
TAXI CABS

Star— Dial 9259

Mack's— Dial 7645

Dixie— 516 S. 7th St.

Blue Bird— 517 N. 8th St.

Tom's— 418 McRae St.

Crosby's— Dial 9246

Greyhound— Dial 2-1342
TAILORS

New Progressive— 525 Red Cross St.

OHIO

AKRON
HOTELS

Green Turtle — Federal & Howard

Exchange— 32 N. Howard St.

Garden City — Howard ft Furnace

Mathews — 77 N. Howard St.

The Upperman— 197 Bluff St.
TOURIST HOMES

R. Wilson— 370 Robert St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Beauty Salon— 70 N. Howard St.
BARBER SHOPS

Goodwill's— 422 Robert St.

Matthew's— 77 N. Howard St.

Allen's— 43 N. Howard St.
TAVERNS

Brook's— 42 N. Howard St.

Garden City— 124 N. Howard St.
NIGHT CLUBS
Cosmopolitan — 33J4 N. Howard St.



SERVICE STATIONS
Dunagan — 834 Rhoades Ave.
Zuber's— 47 Cuyhag. St.

ALLIANCE
TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. W. Jackson— 774 N. Webb Ave.

CANTON
HOTELS

Phillis Wheatly Asso.— 612 Market Ave. So.
RESTAURANTS

Hunter's— 224 E. College Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Vanitie— 528 Cherry Ave. S. E.
BARBER SHOPS

Barbes— 525 Cherry Ave. S. E.
DRUG STORES

Southside— 415 Cherry Ave. S. E.

CINCINNATI
HOTELS

Y. W. C. A.— 702 W. 8th St.
Terminal— 1103 Hopkins St.
Ethel Buckner— 505 W. 8th St.

HOTELS

Sterling — 6th & Mound Sts.
Cordelia— 612 N. 6th St.
Manse — 1004 Chapel St.

TOURIST HOMES
O. Steele— 3065 Kerper St.

RESTAURANTS
Miniature Grill— 1132 Chapel St.
Ann— 503 W. Sth St.
Mom's — 6th & John Sts.
Davis— 118 Opera Place
Perkins— 430 West 5th St.
Loc-Fre— 1634 Freeman St.
Williams— 1051 Freeman St.
Hide Away — 4th ft Smith St.
Hill's^-645 Richmond St,
Naomi's — 667 Linn St.
Thomas's — 856 Hathaway St.
West End— 716 W. 1th St.
Fred's— 720 W. 5th St.
Dirie Plate— 712 W. W. 5th St.
Andrews— 417 W. 5th St.
Ross Cleveland— 844 W. 9th St.
Joe Bundy's— 530 W. 5th St.
Harry Bruce— 404 W. 5th St.
Ralph Coleman— 558 W. 6th St.
Harrison Dent — 1 1 10 Gest St.
Helen Johnson — 622 Mound St.
Ida Miller— 611 W. 6th St.
Felix Savage — George ana John St.
Henry's Shack— 528 Mound St.
Wm. Taylor's— 500 W. Court St.
Busy Bee Cafe— 809 John St.
Paul Williams— 1101 Simmons St.
Lula Ward— 626 Mound St.

CHINESE RESTAURANTS
Tim Panr-514 W. 6th St.



From the Collections of The Henry



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



Ohio



CINCINNATI (Cont.)
BEAUTY PARLOUS

Efficiency— 878 Beecher St.
The Hosmer— 920 Churchill Ave.
Mill's— 2639 Park Ave. ,
E. N. Anderson— 1533 Blair Ave.
E. Anderson— 701 Cutter St.
Carrie Brown— 749 W. Court St.
Breck's-913 John St
Margaret Brown — 924 Linn £t.
Cleaver Mae's— 1018 John St.
Rosebud— 719 W. Court St.
Grethel— 626 Central Ave.
W. Jones— 735 W. 7th St.
Ludie's — 444 Chestnut St.
Pattie Lounds— 927 Linn St.
Mrs. Mahan— 551 W. Liberty St.
Margaret Peak— 2614 Park Ave.
Virginia Richardson— 50s Richmond i>t.
Callie P. Smith— 709 Mound St.
Lucille Sebastian— 3546 Dick St.
Carrie Tally-800 W. 8th St.
Martha Williams— 506 W. 5th St.

B. Wilkins — 639 Richmond St.
BARBER SHOPS

Collegiate— 906 Churchill Ave.

Sth Ave.— 528 W. 5th Ave o

Clifford Brown— 545 Clark St.

R. E. Crump— 500 W. 6th St.

George Cannon— 434 W. 5th St.

Bud Douglas — 636 W. Court St.

C Lewis Handy— 810 John St.

Rev. Wm. Halbert— 7U3 Kenyon Ave.

Charles Humphery— 528 W. Sth St.

Henry Johnson— 1025 John St.

Flowers Slaughter-435 W. 5th St.

TAVERNS

Edgemont Inn— 2950 Gilbert Ave.
Travelers Inn— 1115 Hopkins St.
Log Cabin— 608 John Street
Kitty Kat— 117 W. 5th St.
Barr ft Linn— 760 Barr St.
Shuffle Inn— 638 Baymiller St.
Wright's— 776 W. 5th St.
Ben— 723 W. Sth St.
Silver Fleet— 810 W. 8th Su
Julia's Cafe— 520 W. 5th St.
Felder's— 810 W. 8th St.
Hotel— 542 W. 7th St.
DRUG STORES

Sky Pharmacy— 5th & John Sts.
Hoard's— 937 Central Ave.
Fallon' s — 6th & Mound Sts.
West End— 709 W. Court St.
Mangrum— Chapel ft Park Ave.
Dr. Russel— 612 W. 9th St.

NIGHT CLUBS w

Cotton Club— 6th ft Mound Street

Downbeat— Beecher & Gilbert St.
ROAD HOUSES

Shuffle Inn— 7th ft Carr Streets
TAILORS ,

DeLuxe — 1217 Linn St.

Charles Bell— 603 W. 6th St.

Dawson — 660 Baymiller St.

Walthal— 732 W. 5th St.



SERVICE STATIONS

S. ft W.— 9th & Mound Sts.

Coursey— 2985 Gilbert Ave.

R. & M.— 822 W. 7th St

9th St. — 9th & Mound St.
GARAGES

Adams— 2915 Gilbert Ave.

7th St.— 328 W. 7th St.

Theodore Little— 1107 Mound St.

W R Warren— 930 Mound St.

Lorell Wilkerson— 808 Freemen Ave.

All Service— 8th & Cutler St.

TAXI CABS w

Calvin— 9th & Mound St.
Ferguson's — Alms PL & Lincoln Ave.

CLEVELAND

HOTELS

Ward^l 13 Cedar Ave.
Phyllis Wheatly— 4300 Cedar Ave.
Geraldine— 2212 E. 40th St.
Y. M. C. A.— E. 76th ft Cedar
Majestic — 2291 F.. 55th St.
Carnegie— 6803 Carnegie Ave.
Pershing — 6412 Cottage Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Edith Wilkins— 2121 E. 46th St.
RESTAURANTS

Williams— Central ft E. 49th St.
Cassie's— 2284 E. 55th St.
Manhattan— 9903 Cedar Ave.
State— 7817 Cedar
BEAUTY PARLORS

Cosmetology— Phyllis Wheatly Bldg.
Alberta's— 8203 Cedar Ave.
Wilkin's — 12813 Kinsman Road
Unique De Luxe— 2408 E. 79th St.
Mildred's— 899 E. 105th St.
BARBER SHOPS
Bryant's— 9808 Cedat Ave.
Driskill— 1243 E. 105th St.

TA.VER N S

Brown Derby — 40th ft Woodland Ave.

Cedar Gardens— 9706 Cedar Ave.

Cafe Society— 966 E. 105th St.

Gold Bar— 105th St. & Massic Ave.
NIGHT CLUBS

Douglas— 7917 Cedar Ave.
BEAUTY CULTURE SCHOOLS

Wilkins— 2112 East 46th St.
SERVICE STATIONS

DIXON'S SERVICE STATION

8904 CEDAR AVE.

Kyer's— Cedar ft 79th St.
Douglas — E. 93rd ft Cedar Ave.
K ft R — Garfield & E. 105th St.
Amoco— Ashbury ft E. 105th St.
GARAGES .
Sykes — 6801 Kinsonan Road

DRUG STORES

Benjamin's — E. 55th St. ft Central



Ohio



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



TAILORS

Grant's— 9S02 Cedar Ave.
Serv-well— 1283 E. 105th St.
Primrose— 2928 Woodland Ave.
Yale— 876 E. 105th St.

COLUMBUS
HOTELS

Madonna Apts. — Tayor & Long St.
Ford— 179 N. 6th St.
Lexington — 180 Lexington Ave.
Norfolk— 430 N. Monroe Ave.
Plaza— Long St. & Hamilton Ave.
Macon Hotel— 366 N. 20th St.
Charlton — 439 Hamilton Ave.
Flints— 703 E. Long St.
Hawkins — 65 N. Monroe Ave.
Litchferd— N. 4th St.
Fulton — 403 E. Fulton St.

TOURIST HOMES

Hawkins— 70 N. Monroe Ave.

RESTAURANTS

Belmont — 689 E. Long St.

TAVERNS

Poinciana— 758 E. Long St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Club Rogue— 772 }4 E. Long St.

Turf Club — Champion at Mt. Vernon
SERVICE STATIONS

King's — E. Long &Monroe

Peyton Sohio's— E. Long & Monroe

DAYTON
HOTELS

Y. M. C. A.— 907 W. 5th St.
TOURIST HOMES

B. Lawrence — 206 Norwood St.

LIMA

TOURIST HOMES

Sol Downton — 1124 W. Spring St.
Edward Holt — 406 E. High St.
Amos Turner — 1215 W. Spring St.
George Cook— 230 S. Union St.

LORAIN
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Alex Cooley— 114 W. 26th St.
Mrs. W. H. Redmond— 201 E. 22nd St.
Worthington— 209 VV. 16th Stt.
Porter Wood— 1759 Broadway
H. P. Jackson— 2383 Apple Ave.

MANSFIELD
HOTELS

Lincoln— 757 N. Bowman St.

MARIETTA
HOTELS

St. James— Butler St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Jackson— 213 Church St.



MLDDLETOWN

RESTAURANTS

Dew Drop Inn— 1232 Garfield
BARBER SHOPS

Acme— 909 Lincoln
TAILORS

Tramell— 1308 Garfield

OBERLIN

HOTELS

Oberlin Inn— College & Main

SPRINGFIELD

HOTELS

Posey— 209 S. Fountain Ave.

Y. M. C. A.— Center St.

Y. W. C. A.— Clarke St.

Burtons— 120 Center St.
TOURIST HOMES

£? rS c ¥' E. Wilborn-220 Fair St.

H. Sydes— 902 S. Yellow Spring St.

Mrs. C. Seward— 1090 Mound St.
RESTAURANTS

^ urto, j' s T 642 S - YelIow s P"'ns St.
Mrs. J. Johnson— 416 W. Southern
Posev — 211 S. Fountain Ave.

BEAUTY PARLORS

Louise— 902 Innesfallen Ave.

Powder Puff-638 S. Wittenberg Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

Harris— 39 W. Clark St.

Griffith & Martin— 127 S. Center St.
TAVERNS

Posey's— 211 S. Fountain Ave.
NIGHT CLUBS

K. P. Imp. Club— S. Yellow Spring
SERVICE STATIONS

Underwood— 1303 S. Yellow Spring St.
GARAGES
Green's— 1371 W. Pleasant St.

Ben't— 935 Sherman Ave.

STEUBENVILLE
TOURIST HOMES
W. Jackson— 448 Adam St.
H. Jackson — 650 Adam St.

TOLEDO

HOTELS

Pleasant— IS N. Erie Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

G. Davis— 532 Woodland Ave.

Mrs. J. Jennings— 729 Indiana Ave.

J. F. Watson— 399 Pinewood Ave.

P. Johnson— 1102 Collingwood Blvd.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Personality— 913 Collingwood Blvd.
BARBER SHOPS

Chiles— Indiana & Collingwood
TAVERNS

Indiana— 529 Indiana Ave.

Midway— 764 Tecumsik St.



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PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



Ohio
Oklahoma



SERVICE STATIONS
Darling's — 858 Pinewood Ave.
Hobb's— City Park & Belmont

YOUNGSTOWN
HOTELS

Y. M. C. A.— 962 W. Federal St.

Rideout— 383 Lincoln Ave.
RESTAURANTS

"Y"— 962 Federal St.
BARBER SHOPS

Harris— Belmont & W. Federal St.



SERVICE STATIONS

Hall's— Bayen & W. Federal St.
GARAGES

Underwood — 543 5th Ave.
NIGHT CLUBS
40 Club— 399 E. Federal St.

West Side— 477 W. Federal St.

ZANESVILLE
HOTELS
Park— 1S61 W. Main St.

RESTAURANTS

Little Harlem — Lee St.
TOURIST HOMES

L. E. Coston— 1545 N. Main St.
BARBER SHOPS

Nap Love — Second St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Celeste— South St.

OKLAHOMA

BOLEY
HOTELS

Berry's — South Main St.

CHICKASHA
TOURIST HOMES
Boyd't— 1022 Shepard St.

ENID

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Eliza Baty— 520 E. State St.
Mrs. Johnson— 217 E. Market St.
Edward's— 222 E. Park St.
Vandorf — Broadway & Washington

GUTHRIE
TOURIST HOMES

James — 1002 E. Springer Ave.

Mrs. M. A. Smith— 317 E. Second St.

MUSKOGEE
HOTELS



People's— 316 N. 2nd St.
Elliots— 11 1# So. 2nd St.



RESTAURANTS

Do-Drop Inn-220 S. 2nd St.

People's— 316 N. 2nd St.
BARBER SHOPS

Central— 228 N.Second St.

Peoples— 312 N. Second St.

Robbins— 114 Court St.

BEAUTY PARLORS

Lenora's— 228 N. 2nd St.

TAVERNS

Eagle Bar — Second at Court

Mack's— 322 N. 2nd St.

ROAD HOUSES

Blue Willow Inn— 1008 S. 24th St.

SERVICE STATIONS

Smith's— 325 N. 2nd St.

AUTOMOTIVE
SMITH TIRE COMPANY
2nd AND DENISON STREETS

GARAGES

Middleton's — 420 N. Second St.

Nelson's— 940 S. 20th St.

London's — 209 Denison
TAILORS

Williams— 321 N. 2nd St.

Ezell's— 208 S. 2nd St.

OKLAHOMA CITY
HOTELS

Little Page— 219 N. Central Ave.

Hall— 308^ N. Central

Magnolia Inn — 629 E. 4th
TOURIST HOMES

COrtland Rms.— 629 N. E. 4th

Scrugg's — 420 N. Laird St.

Tucker's— 3 15J4 N. E. 2nd St.
RESTAURANTS

Eastside Food Shop— 904 N. E. 2nd St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Chambers— 531 N. Kelly St.

Lyons — 316 North Central

N. B. Ellis— 331 y 2 N. E. 2nd St.
BARBER SHOPS

Elks— 300 Block N. E. 2nd St.

Golden Oak— 300 Block N. E. 2nd

Clover Leaf— 300 Block N. E. 2nd St.
TAVERNS

Lyons— 304 E. 2nd St.

Ruby's— 322J4 N. E. 2nd St.

King's— 905 N. E. 4th St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Richardson's— 400 N. E. 2nd St.

Harry"s— 547 N. E. 3rd St.

Mathues— 1023 N. E. 4th St.
SANITARIUMS

Ed s— 220 N. E. 1st St.
DRUG STORES

Randolph— 331 N. E. 2nd St.

Cut Rate— 301 N. E. 2nd St.



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Oklahoma
Oregon, Pcnn.



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OKMULGEE
RESTAURANTS

Simmon* — 407 E. 5th St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Walker— 717 N. Porter
SERVICE STATIONS

Phillips— Sth & Delaware Stt.
TAXI CABS

H. & H.— 421 E. 5th St.

SHAWNEE
HOTELS

Olison— 501 S. Bell St.

Slugg's— 410 So. Bell St.
TOURIST HOMES

M. Gross— 602 S. Bell St.

TULSA
HOTELS

Small— 615 E. Archer St.
Red Wing— 206 N. Greenwood
Royal— 605 E. Archer St.
McHunt— 1121 N. Greenwood Ave.
Warren Hotel

V W C. A.-*2I E. Oklahoma PI.
TOURIST HOMES

r\r H -M S 'T! V ~P#, N - Greenwood

C U. Netherland— 542 N. Elgin St

RESTAURANTS

Your Cab— 517 E. Beady St.
BARBER SHOPS

Swindall's— 203 N. Greenwood
SERVICE STATIONS

Mince— 2nd ft Eigin Sts
GARAGES

Pine Street— 906 E. Pine St.

AUTOMOBILES

Meharry Drugs— 101 Greenwood St.

OREGON

PORTLAND
HOTELS

Medley-2272 N. Interstate Ave.

W - C. A.-N. E. William. Ave. & Till.
RESTAURANTS

Barno's— 84 N. E. Broadway
BEAUTY PARLORS

Baker.-6535 N. E. Grand Ave.
Redmond— 2862 S. E. Ankeny
Mott S.sters— 2107 Vancouver Ave
BARBER SHOPS

Holiday's— 511 N. W. 6th Ave.
NIGHT CLUBS

Oregon Frat.— 1412 N. Wms
ROAD HOUSES

Sp.cers— 1734 N. Williams Ave.
TAXI CABS
BROADWAY DE LUXE CAB
TEL. BR. 1-2-3-4



PENNSYLVANIA

ALLENTOWN
RESTAURANTS
Southern— 372 Union Street

ALTOONA
TOURIST HOMES

C Bell— 1420 Wash. Ave.

Mrs. E. Jackson— 21 38-18th St.

Mrs. H. Shorter— 2620-8th St
RESTAURANTS

Mac's— 1710 Union Ave.

COATESVILLE
HOTELS
Subway

BEDFORD SPRINGS
HOTELS

HARRIS HOTEL

COZY ROOMS — MAID SERVICE
BEST OF MEALS - WINES & LIQUORS

Geo. W. Burton, Prop.

PENN A WEST STS. BEDFORD SPRINGS. PA.

™ CHESTER "

HOTELS

Harlem— 1909 W. 3rd St.

Moonglow22S Market Street
RESTAURANTS

Rio— 321 Central Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Rosella — 413 Concord Ave.

Alex. Davis— 123 Reaney St.
BARBER SHOPS

Bouldin— 1710 W. 3rd St
TAVERNS

Wright's— 3rd St. & Central Ave.
TAILORS

Tailor Shop — 601 Tilgaman

DARBY

TAVERNS

Golden Star— 1 0th &' Forrester

ERIE
HOTELS

Pope— 1 3 18 French Street

GETTYBURG
TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. J. Forsett— 210 W. High

GERMANTOWN PHIL
HOTELS

Y. M. C. A.— 132 W. Rittenhouse
TOURIST HOMES
M. Foote— 5560 Blakmore St.



From the Collections of The Henry Fo



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



Pennsylvania



TAVERNS

Terrace Grill— 75 E. Sharpnack St.

. HARRISBURG
HOTELS

Jackson— 1004 N. 6th St.

Jack's— 1208 N. 6th St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. H. Carter— 606 Foster St.

Mrs. W. D. Jones— 613 Forester St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Rowland— 1321 N. 6th St.
BARBER SHOPS

Jack s— 1002 N. 6th St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Broad St. — *17 Broad St.

LANCASTER
BEAUTY PARLORS
E. Clark— 449 S. Duke St.
J. Carter— 143 S. Duke St.
A. LL. Polite— 540 North St.

NEW CASTLE
HOTELS

Y. W. C. A. — 140 Elm St.

OIL CITY
TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. Jackson— 258 Bissel Ave.
Mrs. M. Moore— 8 Bishop St.

PHILADELPHIA
HOTELS
HOTEL CHESTERFIELD
S.W. Cor. BROAD & OXFORD SfT.
Baltimore— 1438 Lombard Street
Attucks — 801 S. 15th Street
Elizabeth— 756 S. 16th St.
Woodson— 1414 Lombard
Gilchriest— 319 N. 40 St.
Dixie— 606 S. 13th St.
The Grand — 420 So. 15th St.
Douglas — Broad A Lombard Sts.
Elrae— 805 N. 13th St.
LaSalle— 2026 Ridge Ave.
New Roadside— 514 S. 15th St.
Paradise— 1627 Fitzwater St.
Y. M. C A.— 1724 Christian St.
Y. W. C. A.— 1605 Catherine St.
Y. W. C. A.— 6128 Gennantown Ave.
Horseshoe— 12th A Lombard
New Phain— 2059 Fitzwater
La Reve— Cor. 9th & Columbia Ave.



Pitts— 1301 Poplar St.
Carlyle— 1425 W. Poplar St.
Doris— 2219 N. 13th St.
RESTAURANTS

Marion's — 20th ft Bainbridge Sts.

Wilson's — 21st & Burke Sts.

Seattle— 113 South St.



Red Rooster— 17th & Butler Su.
Bar-B-Q — 10 S. Mole St.
Trott Inn— 5030 Haverford Ave.
Mattie's— 4225 Pennsgrove St.
Ruth's— 1848 N. 17th St.
Cost to Cost — 13 54 South St.
Brigg's— 2510 F.idge Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS
Effie's— 5502 W. Girard Ave.
A. Henson — 1318 Fairmont Ave.
Jennie's— 108 S. 18th St.
LaSalle— 2036 Ridge St.
Lady Ross— 718 S. 18th St.
Reynolds— 1612 N. 13th St.
Rose's— 16th & South St.
F. Franklin— 2115 W. York St.
Morton's — 17th ft Bainbridge
Redmond's — 4823 Fairmount Ave.
A. B. Tooks— 1913 W. Diamond St.

School of Beauty Culture

Carter's School— 1811 W. Columbia Ave.

BARBER SHOPS

S. Jones 2064 Ridge Ave.
TAVERNS

Wander Inn— 18th & Federal St.

Butler's Tavern — 17th ft Carpenter

Campbell's— 18th & South St.

Loyal— 16th ft South Sts.

Irene's— 2200 Ridge Ave.

Lyons — 12th ft South St.

Blue Moon— 1702 Federal St.

Butler's— 2066 Ridge Ave.

Modern — 11th ft Fitzwater

Cotton Grove — 1329 South St.

Wayside Inn— 13th & Oxford St.

Wonder Bar — 19th ft Montgomery

Lenox — Popular ft Jessup Sts.

Loyal — 1 6th ft South Sts.

Fred's— 1320 South St.

Preston's — 4043 Market St.

Jimmy's — 1508 Catherine St.

Casbah— 39th ft Fairmount St.

Diion's — 19th ft Montgomery

Last Word — Haveriford ft 51st St.

Cathrine's— 1350 South St.

Postal Card— 1504 South St.

Emerson's — 15th ft Bainbridge St.

Irene's — 2200 Ridge Ave.

Brass Rail— 2302 W. Columbia Ave.

Club 421—5601 Wyalusing Ave.

Morris — 20th ft South Stt.
NIGHT CLUBS

Cotton Club— 2106 Ridge Ave.

Cafe Society— 1306 W. Columbia Ave.

Paradise — Ridge ft Jefferson

Crystal Room— 1935 W. Columbia Ave.

Progressive— 1415 S. 20th St.

Zanzibar— 1833 W. Columbia Ave.

Cotton Bowl — Master St. ft 13th St.
GARAGES

Bond Motor Service — 6726 N. 8th St.

Booker Bros.— 18 1 1 Fitzwater St.

Garage — 1823 Bainbridye St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Dorsey Bros.— 2009 Oxford St.

Witcher— 1601 Fitzwater St.



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



PHILADELPHIA (Cont.)
DRUG STORES

Smiler — 40th & Parrish St.
Bound's— 59th & Race St.

PITTSBURGH
HOTELS

Ave'— 1538 Wylie Ave.
Bailey'*— 1533 Center Ave.
Colonial— Wylie & Fulton St.
Park— 2215 Wylie Ave.
Palace— 1545 Wylie Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

Godfrey House— 1604 Cliff St.

B. Williams— 1537 Howard St.
Mrs. William— 5518 Qaybourne St

RESTAURANTS
Scotty's — 2414 Center Ave.
Dearling's— 2524 Wylie Ave.

READING
TOURIST HOMES

C. Dawson — 441 Buttonwood St.

SCRANTON
TOURIST HOMES

Elvira R. King— 1312 Linden St.
Mrs. J. Taylor— 1415 Penn. Ave.

SHARON HILL
TAVERNS

Dixie Cafe— Hook Rd.— Howard St.

WASHINGTON
TOURIST HOMES

Richardson — 140 E. Chestnut St.
RESTAURANTS

W. Allen— N. Lincoln St.

M. Thomas — N. Lincoln St.
BARBER SHOPS

Yancey's — E. Spruce St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Thomas Grill — N. Lincoln St.

WAYNE
NIGHT CLUBS

Plantation— Gulf Rd. & Henry Av.

WILLIAMSPORT
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Edward Randall 719 Made St.

WILKES BARRE
HOTELS

Shaw— 15 So. State St.

YORK
TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. I. Grayson~32 W. Princess St.

RHODE ISLAND

NEWPORT
TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. F. Jackson— 28 Hall Ave.
Mrs. L. Jacgson — 35 Bath Road



PROVIDENCE
HOTELS

Biltmore

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. M. A. Greene — 85 Meeting St.

Dinah's-462-4 N. Main St.
TAVERNS

Dixieland— 1049 Westminster St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

B. Boyd's — 43 Camp St.

Geraldine's— 205 Thurbui Ave.
AUTOMOBILES
George's— 203 Plainfield St.



SOUTH CAROLINA

RESTAURANTS

ANDERSON

Ess-Tee— 112 E. Church St.

AIKEN
TOURIST HOMES

C. F. Holland— 1118 Richland Ave.
DRUG STORES

Dr. C. C. Johnson— 1432 Park Ave.

ATLANTIC BEACH
HOTELS

Theretha

BEAUFORD

SERVICE STATIONS
Peoples — D. Brofn, Prop.

CHARLESTON
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Gladsen — 15 Nassau St.
Mrs. Mayes — Spring St.
A. Serrant— 99 Coming St.
Waverly— 2515 Gervais St.
TAVERNS

Harleston's— 250 Ashley Ave.

COLA

BEAUTY PARLORS
Workman's— 1825 Taylor St.

COLUMBIA
HOTELS

Y. W. C. A. — 1429 Park St.

Community Center — 831 Hampton St.

Nylon— 918 Senate St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. S. H. Smith— 929 Pine St.

CoUege Inn— 1609 Harden St.

Mrs. H. Cornwel— 1713 Wayne

Mrs. W. D. Chappelle— 1301 Pine St.

Beachum — 2212 Gervais St.

Mrs. J. P. Wakefield— 1323 Heidt
RESTAURANTS

Green Leaf— 1117 Wash. St.

Magnolia — 2108 Gervais



From the Collections of The Henry



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



South Carolina



COLUMBIA (Cont.)
RESTAURANTS

Savoy — Old Winnsboro Rd.

White Way— 2330 Gervais

Cozy Inn— 1509 Harden St.

Mom's — 1005 Washington St.

Brown's— 1014 Lady St.

Blue Palace— 1001 Washington St.

Waverly— 2515 Gervais St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Amy's — 112514 Washington St.

Obbie's— 1119J4 Washington St.

Morgan's — 2342 Washington St.
BARBER SHOPS

Holman's— 2138 Gervais St.

Stratfords— 1003J4 Washington St.
BEAUTY SCHOOLS

Poro— 2481 Millwood Ave.

Madare Bradley— 2228 Hampton St.
TAYERNS

Taylor's — Broad River Rd.

Mrs. I. Goodum— 922 Harden St.

Savoy Club — H'way 12

Moon Glow— 1005 Washington St.
NIGHT CLUBS

Chauffer's— 2314 Pendleton
SERVICE STATIONS

A. W. Simkins— 1331 Park St.

Caldwell's— Oak & Taylor Sts.

Waverly— 2202 Taylor St.
DRUG STORES

Count's— 1105 Washington St.

TAXI CABS

Blue Ribbon— 1024 Washington St.

CHERAW
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. M. B. Robinson— 211 Church St.
Mrs. Maggie Green — Church St.
RESTAURANTS
COLLEGE INN SANDWICH
SHOP— 324 SECOND STREET

Gate Grill— 2nd Street

Watson — 2nd Street
TAVERNS

College Inn— 2nd St.
ROAD HOUSES

Hill Top— Society Hill Road
BARBER SHOPS

Imperial — 2nd Street
BEAUTY SHOPS

Bell's— Huger St.
SERVICE STATIONS
Motor Inn — 2nd Street

CROSS HILL
RESTAURANTS

Willie Miller

FLORENCE
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. B. Wright— 1004 E. Cheeve St.
J. McDonald— 501 S. Irby St.



RESTAURANTS

Ace's Grill— 114 E. Cheeve St.

GEORGETOWN

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. R. Anderson — 424 Broad

Mrs. D. Atkinson— 811 Duke

Jas. Becote— 118 Orange

T. W. Brown — Merriman & Emanuel

Mrs. A. A. Smith— 317 Emanuel

GREENVILLE

HOTELS

Liberty— 18 Spring St.
TOURIST HOMES

Miss M. J. Grimes — 210 Mean St.

Mrs. W. H. Smith— 212 John St.
RESTAURANTS

Fowlers — 16 Spring St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Broadway — 1 1 Spring St.

Lydia's— 21 E. Broad St.
BARBER SHOPS

Broadway — 8 Spring St.
GARAGES

Whittenburg's Service —
600 Anderson St
DRUG STORES

Gibb.s— 101 E. Broad St.

MULLINS

HOTELS

283 W. Front St.

Ace Hi — 148 Front St.
TOURIST HOMES

E. Calhoun's— 535 N. Smith St.
RESTAURANTS

Ace Hi— 148 Front St.
BARBER SHOPS

Noham Ham— Front St.

NIGHT CLUBS

Calhoun Nite Club— 535 Smith St.
ROAD HOUSES

Kate Odom — 76 H'way
SERVICE STATIONS

Ed. Owins'— Front St.

ORANGEBURG

DRUG STORES

Danzler— 121 W. Russell St.

SPARTANBURG

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. O. Jones— 255 N. Dean St.

Mrs. L. Johnson— 307 N. Dean
RESTAURANTS

Mrs. M. Davis— S. Wofford

Howard's— 415 S. Liberty St.
BEAUTY PARLORS .

Downey's — 445 S. Liberty St.
BARBER SHOPS

R. Browning— 122 Short Wofford



South Carolina
S. Dakota, Tenn.



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"



SPARTENBURG (Cont.) .
TAVERNS

Moonlight— N. Vito & Chasander

Victory — Union Highway
NIGIIT CLUBS

Club Paradise — 491 S. Liberty
SERVICE STATIONS

Collins— 398 S. Liberty St.

South Side— S. Liberty St.

Magnolia — 217 Magnolia St.
TAXI CABS o

Collin's— 389 S. Liberty St.
ROCK HILL
BEAUTY SCHOOLS

Jeflerson's— 168 W. Black St.

SUMTER
TOURIST HOMES

Edmonia Shaw — 206 Manning Ave.

Mrs. Julia E. Byrd— 504 N. Main

C. H. Bracey— 210 W. Oakland

Johnnie WUliams— Hiway 15A
TAVERNS

Steve Bradiord — N. Main St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Esso Gas Station
DRUG STORES

Peoples— 5 W. Libtrty St.

SOUTH DAKOTA

ABERDEEN
HOTELS

Alonzo W> d— S. Main St.
RESTAURANTS

Virginia- 303 S. Main St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Marland— 321 S. Main St.
BARBER SHOPS

Olson— 103 V 2 S. Main St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Swanson — H'way 12 & Main St«.
GARAGES

Spaulding — S. Lincoln St.

Wallace— S. Liner In St.

SIOUX FALLS
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. J. Moxley— 9IS N. Main

Chamber of ComDerce — 131 S. Phillips Ave
(Inquire)

TENNESSEE

BRISTOL

TOURIST HOMES

A. D. Henderson— 301 McDowell
CHATTANOOGA
HOTELS

Y. M. C. A.— 793 E. 9th St.

Lincoln— 1 101 Carter St.

Martin— 204 E. 9th St.

People*— 1104 Carter St.



TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. J. Baker— 843 E. 8th St.

Mrs. E. Brown— 1129 E. 8th St.

Y. W. C. A. — 839 E. 8th St.

J. Carter— 1022 E. 8th St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Mann Bros.— 528 E. 9th St.
GARAGES

Volunteer— E. 9th St. & Lindsay
TAXI CABS ,

Simms — 915 Univeriity Ave.

CLARKSVILLE

RESTAURANTS

Foston's— 851 College St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. H. Northington — 717 Main St.

Mrs. Kate Stewart— 500 Poston St. (Blk,
BARBER SHOPS

Wilson's— 900 Franklin St. (Blk).
BEAUTY PARLORS

Johnson's — 10th St.

KNOXVILLE

HOTELS

Y. W. C. A.— 329 Temperance St.

Hartford— 219 E. Vine St.
TOURIST HOMES

Rollins— 302 E. Vine St.
Anderson's— 501 E. Church St.

LEXINGTON

TOURIST HOMES
C. Timberlake— Holly St.

MEMPHIS

HOTELS

Travelers— 347 Vance
Mitchells— 160 Hernando St.

Marquette— 507 Linden

RESTAURANTS

The Parkview— 516 N. 3rd St.
Scott's— 368 Vance Ave.
Davidson's- -345 S. 4th St.
Bessie's — 138 Vance Ave.
Moonlight -900 S. Landerdale

BEAUTY PARLORS

Chiles'- 141 Beale Ave.
BEAUTY SCHOOLS

Burchitti — 201 Hernando St.
Superior- -1550 Florida Ave.
Johnson - -3 16 S. 4th St.

TAILORS

Parks— f>9 7 Landerdale
DRUG STORIES

So. Memphis— 907 Florida Ave.

Pantazc- Main & Beale

MURFREESBORO

TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. M. E. Howland — 439 E. State
R. Moc re— University & State St.



NASHVILLE

HOTELS

Carver — 1122 Charlotte Ave.

Y. M. C. A. — 4th & Charlotte Aves.

Carver Courts — White't Creek Pike

Y. W. C. A.— 436 5th Ave. N.

Bryant— 500 8th Ave. S.

Y. M. C. A. — 436-5th Ave., N.

Brown's — 1610 Jefferson St., North

BEAUTY PARLORS , m
Queen of Sheba— 1503 14th Ave. N.

Estielle's— 1311 3rd Ave., S.
Myrtles— 2423 Eden St.

BEAUTY SCHOOLS vt

Bowman's — 409 4th Ave., N.

RESTAURANTS

Dew Drop Inn— 2514 Booker St.
Black Hawk— 1124 Cedar St.

Martha's— 309 Cedar St.

Peacock Inn — Jefferson and 18th Ave.

Ann's Tea Room— Jefferson and 18th Ave.

TAILORS

Comet — 1103 Charlotte Ave.

BARBER SHOPS
•Y'— 34 4th Ave. N.



TEXAS

ABILENE

RNS

ond Cafe— 620 1
AMAR1LLO

HOTELS

Mayfair— 119 Van Buren St.

Watley— 112 Van Buren St.
Tennessee — 206 Van Buren St.

RESTAURANTS, , p
Tom's Place— 322 W. Third St.
New Harlem — 114 Harrison St.
Blue Bonnet— 400 W. Third St.

BARBER SHOPS m

Foster's— 204 Harrison St.

BEAUTY PARLORS,

Helen's— 105 N. Hughes St.
Unique— 312 W. Third St.

ROAD HOUSES

Working Man'* Club— 202 Harrison
TAVERNS , „

Williams— 113 Van Buren St.
Green Parrot— 510 W. Third St.
Carter Bros.— 323 W. Third St.

SERVICE STATIONS

Carter Bros.— W. Third St.
GARAGES „.

M & M— 202 Miss. St.



RECREATION CLUBS

Blue Moon— 107 Harrison St.
Watley — 202 Harrison St.

DRUG STORES

G. & M. — 204A Harrison St.
Knighton— 422 W. Third St.
Corner — 118 Harrison St.

ATLANTA

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Lizzie Simon— 308 N. Howe St.

AUSTIN

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. J. W. Frazier— 810 E. 13th St.
Mrs. J. W. Duncan— 1214 E. 7th St.
Mrs. W. M. Tears— 1203 E. 12th St.
Porter'*— 1315 E. 12th St.

BEAUMONT

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. B. Rivers— 730 Forsythe St.

RESTAURANTS , „
Long Bar-B-Q— 539 Forsyth. St.

CORPUS CHRISTIE

HOTELS „ ,

Y. W. C. A.— 1210 N. Staples

TOURIST HOMES
Horace Crecy's— 1710 Lexington Ave.

RESTAURANTS
Avalon — 1510 Ramirez
Skylark— 1216 N. Staples
Blue Willow— 806 Winnebago
Little Aisle— 1530 Ramirez
Square Deal — 810 Winnebago
Savoy— 1007 N. Taneahua
Royal— 1222 N. Staples St.
Fortuna — 1307 N. Staples St.

BEAUTY PARLORS
Johnson's — 1405 Chipito St.
Edna's— 921 San Rankin
Just-a-Mere— 901 Parker St.
Mitchell's— 1519 Ramirez St.
Bessie's— 1526 }4 Sam Rankin

BARBER SHOPS

Steen's— 1303 N. Alameda St.

True Trim— 1001 N. Tancahud

NIGHT CLUBS
Alabam— 1503 Ramirez
Elite— 1216 N. Staples St.

LIQUOR STORES
Pier— 821 Winnebago St.
Savoy— 1220 N. Staples St.

GARAGES

Crecy'« — 1502 Ramirez
TADLORS

Burley's— 1223 N. Alameda St.
Mclntyres— 1426 Ramirez



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Texas



CORSICANA
TOURIST HOMES

Rev. Conner — E. 4th Ave.

Mrs. R. Lee— 712 E. 4th St.
RESTAURANTS

Early Birds Cafe— 220 E. 5th Ave.
BARBER SHOPS

Mrs. Dellum— 117 E. Sth Ave.

DALLAS
HOTELS

Grand Terrace— Boll & Juliett

Lewis— 302J4 N. Central St.

Powell— 3115 State St.

Y. M. C. A.— 2700 Flora St.

Y. W. C. A.— 3525 State St.

Hall's— 1825J4 Hall St.

Lone Star — 3118 San facinto St.
RESTAURANTS

Beaumont Barbeque — 1815 Orange

Davis— 6806 Lemmon Ave.

-Palm Cafe— 2213 Halls St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

S. Brown's— 1721 Hall St.
BARBER SHOPS

Washington's— 3203 Thomas Ave.
TAVERNS

Hall St.— 1804 Hall St.
DRUG STORES

Smith's— 2221 Hall St.

EL PASO
HOTELS
HOTEL MURRAY THEATER
218 S. MESA AVENUE

Jordan's — 104 Kemp St.

PHILLIPS MANOR

704 ST. VRAIN STREET

Daniel Hotel — 413 S. Oregon St.

TOURIST HOMES

A. Winston— 3205 Almeda St.
Mrs. S. W. Stull— 511 Tornillo
C. Williama— 1507 Wyoming St.
L. Walker— 2923 E. San Amnio
E. Phillips— 704 S. St. Vrain St.

TAVERNS

Daniel's — 403 S. Orange St.

DRUG STORES

Donnel— 3201 Nanzana St.

FORT WORTH
HOTELS

Del Rey— 901 Jones St.

Jim— 413-15 E. Fifth St.
TOURIST HOMES

Evan's— 1213 E. Terrell St.
RESTAURANTS

Y. M. C. A.— 1604 Jones St.

Green Leaf— 315 E. 9th St.
BEAU1T PARLORS

Dickerson's— 1015 E. Rosedale
SERVICE STATIONS

South Side— 1151 New York St.



GALVESTON
HOTELS

Oleander— 42154 25th St.

Gus Allen— 2710 Ave. F.
RESTAURANTS

Miochell's— 417 25th St.
TOURIST HOMES

MISS G. H FREEMAN

1414 - 29th STREET

Mrs. J. Pope— 2824 Ave. M
TAVERNS

Gulf View— 28th & Blvd. Houston
NIGHT CLUBS

Manhattan— 2802 Ave. R l / 2
BEAUTY PARLORS

llma's-^106 Ave. N.
BARBER SHOPS

Imperial— 415 25th St.
GARAGES

Sunset— 3928 Ave. H.

HENDERSON

RESTAURANTS

Chat & Chew— 615 N. Mill St.
BARBER SHOPS

Mucklerogs— 617 N. Mill St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Tatums' — Sand Street
SERVICE STATIONS

Johnson"s — Kilgore & Tyler Hi way
GARAGES

Holman's — Kilgore & Tyler Hiway

HITCHCOCK

RESTAURANTS

Rose Bud— Hiway 6
BARBER SHOPS

Fairwood — Hiway 6
BEAUTY PARLORS

MaeVs — Hiway 6
SERVICE STATIONS

Brown's — Hiway 6
ROAD HOUSES

Pleasure Inn— Hiway 6

HOUSTON

HOTELS

Y. M. C. A.— 1217 Bagby St.

Cooper's — 1011 Dart St.

Dowling— 3111 Dowling St.

New Day— 2112 Gray
RESTAURANTS

Eva's— 1617 Dowling St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

School & Parlor— 222 W. Dallas

Lou Lillie's— 2714 Lee St.

Margaret's— 5216 New Orleans St.

Hick's— 803 Cleveland

Franklin— 2014 Dowling St.

Martin's— 3805 Lyons Ave.



HOUSTON (Cont.)
BARBER SHOPS

—Harris — 508 Louisiana St.
Grovey's — 2303 Dowling St.
Beau Brummel— 4036 Lyons
Ideal— 3005 Lyons Ave.

TAVERNS

Welcome Cafe— 2409 Pease Ave.
Savoy Inn— 3321 Winbern

NIGHT CLUBS , _ ,
Bronze Peacock— 5300 L.berty Road
Blue Room Club— 4606 Market St.
El Dorado— 2310 Elgin St.
Casino Club— 2004 Jensen Dr.

SERVICE STATIONS
Lan's — 4312 Lyons Ave.

0 ^S5.!li West Dallas

DRUG STORES

Langford's— 3026 Pierce St.
Lion's— 618 Prarie & Louisiana
El Dorado— 3202 Dowling St.
Eureka— 2322 DowlinR St.
Forest Homes— 3033 Holman St.

MARSHALL
TOURIST HOMES

Rev. Bailey— 1103 W. Grand Ave.

restaurants;

Bob & Ann's— So. Carter St.
TAVERNS „ ,

Singleton— W. Grand Ave.
NIGHT CLUBS

C. B. Black— Pt. Caddo Road
BARBER SHOPS

Craver's — So. Carter St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Fitrpatrick — University Ave.

MEXIA

HOTELS

Carleton— 1 W. Commerce St.

N. B^P «.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Mrs. B. Smith — N. Denton
BARBER SHOPS

Mr. C. Carter— N. Belknap
TAVERNS

R. Houston— N. Belknap
NIGHT CLUBS

Payne's — West Side
ROAD HOUSES

Jim Ransom— N. Carthage
SERVICE STATIONS

joV Brooks- 107 N. Belknap

GARAGES, vt

Rev. T. Sparks— N. Belknap



MIDLAND

HOTELS

Watson's Hotel
RESTAURANTS

King Sandwich— Moody Addition
BEAUTY PARLORS .

Manbd-Nuf Sed— Moody Addition
SERVICE STATIONS

Buster & Bates— Moody Addition
TAXI CABS

Johnnie's — Moody Addition

PARIS

HOTELS

Brownrigg — 88 N. 22nd St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. I. Scott— 405-2nd St.. N. E.

Mrs. I. Scott— 115 N. 22nd St.

PORT ARTHUR

RESTAURANTS

Shadowland— 632 W. 7th St.

Tick T\xk— 536 W. 7th St.
BARBER SHOPS

Manhattan— 440 W. 7th St.
LIQUOR STORES

Mlssina's-438 W. 7th St.

Coleman's— 735 Texas Ave.

SAN ANTONIO
TOURIST HOMES

Mundy— 129 N. Mesquite St.

RESTAURANTS

Cactus— 524 E. Commerce St.
Houston's— 318 Hedges St-
Rick's— 602 S. Olive St.
Mamie's— 1833 E. Houston St.
BEAUTY SHOPS
Optimistic — 105 Anderson St.
Jones— 209 N. Swiss St.
Band Box— 135 N. Mesquite St.
Mitts— 115 N. Swiss St.
Arritha's— 1 13 Alabama St.
R & B — 126 N. Mesquite St.
Hick's— 1515 E. Houston St.
Briscoe's— 518 S. Pine St.
Three Point— 716 Virginia Blvd.
NIGHT CLUBS

Wood Lake Country Club— New Sulphur

Spring Road
Eldorado— 1918 Wyoming St.
LIQUOR STORES

Good's— 106 Pearl St.
SERVICE STATIONS
Eason's— 1605 E. Houston
Mitchell's— 805 S. Hackberry St.

TYLER

TOURIST HOMES , „
Mrs. Thomas— 516 N. Border St.
W. Langston— 1010 N. Border



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Texas, Utah
Vermont



IN PATRONIZING THESE PLACES



TEXARKANA

RESTAURANTS
Casino— 504 West 3rd St.

TAVERNS

Dutahess Tea Room — 11 IS Capp St.
GARAGES

Carl Hill— 92S W. 20th St.

WACO
TOURIST HOMES

B. Ashford— 902 N. 8th St.
RESTAURANTS

Harlem— 123 Bridge

Ideal— 109 N. 2nd St.
ROAD HOUSES

Golden Lilly— 426 Clifton
TAVERNS

Green Tree— 1 325 S. 4th St.
BARBER SHOPS

Jockey Club— 2nd & Franklin St.
BEAUTY PARLOUS

Cendivilla— 107*4 N. Second St.

Cinderella— 1133 Earle St.

Ideal— 1029 Taylor St.

Earle St.— 1113 Earle St.

Mayfair— 112 Bridge St.

Modern— 1406 Taylor St.

Hine's— 1125 Earle St.

Murphy's— 115 So. 2nd St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Hick'*— 2nd & Franklin St.

WAXAHACHIE
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. A. Nunn— 413 E. Main St.
Mrs. M. Johnson — 427 E. Main St.
Mrs. N. Lowe— 418 E. Main St.
Mrs. N. Jones — 430 E. Main St.

WICHITA FALLS
HOTELS

Bridges — 404 Sullivan St.
TOURIST HOMES



f ! S." j'ackson— Park St."



Jeffrey— 509 Juarez St.
Jack



UTAH

SALT LAKE CITY
HOTELS
HOTEL ASTORIA
528f$ \\. 2ND STREET

New Hotel J. H.— 250 West So. Temple
Y. W. C. A.— 306 E. 3rd St.
Astoria — 4th & 5th St. W.

VERMONT

BURLINGTON
HOTELS

The Pates— 86-90 Archibald St.
TOURIST HOMES

George E. Braxton— 191 Champlain St.
Mrs. William Sharper— 242 North St.



SERVICE STATIONS

McDermotts Esso Station

MANCHESTER
HOTELS

Clyde Blackwells

NORTHFIELD
TOURIST HOMES
COLE'S TOURIST HOME
7 SHERMAN AVENUE

RUTLAND
TOURIST HOMES
MEAD COTTAGE
J I 1 1 K.I I STREET




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VIRGINIA

ALEXANDRIA
TOURIST HOMES

J. T. Holmes— 803 Gibbon St.
J. A. Barrett— 724 Gibbon St.

BEDFORD
TOURIST HOMES

Marinda Jones— R. F. D. No. I, Box 7-A

BUCKROE BEACH
HOTELS

Bay Shore
NIGHT CLUBS

Club 400

CARET

TAVERNS
Sessons Tavern



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Virginia



CHARLOTTESVILLE
HOTELS
Carver Inn— 701 Preston Ave

TOURIST HOMES

Virginia Inn— W. Main St.

Chauffeur's Rest— 129 Preston Ave.

Alerander's— 413 Dyce St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Apex— 211 W. Main St.
BARBER SHOPS

Jokers — North 4th St.

CHRISTIANBURG
HOTELS

Eureka

DANVILLE

TOURIST HOMES

Yancey's— 320 Holbrook St.

Mrs. M. K. Page— 434 Holbrook St.

Mrs. S. A. Overby — Holbrook St.

DUNBARTON

TOURIST HOMES

H. Jackson— Route No. !, Box 322

FARMVILLE

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. Kate Wiley— 626 S. Main St.
RESTAURANTS

Reid's— 236 Main St.
TAVERNS

Ried's— 200 Block, Main St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Clark's— Main St.

I REDERlCKSBURft

HOTELS

McGuire— 521 Princess Ann St.
Rappahannock — 520 Princess St.
RESTAURANTS

Taylor's — 505 Princess Anne St.

HAMPTON

RESTAURANTS

Paul'*— 216 W King St

Abraham's 39th St. & Hi-Way

BARBER SHOPS

Paul's— 154 Queen St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Tillie's— 215 N. King St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Lyle's — 40 Armitsead Ave.



TAXI CAB

Abraham's Taxi Service

HARRISONBURG

RESTAURANTS
Frank'*— 145 E. Wolf St.



HEWLETT

TAVERNS

Beverly Bros— R. F. D. No. 1

LEXINGTON

TOURIST HOMES

The Franklin— 9 Tucker St.
RESTAURANTS

Washington— 16 N. Main St.
TAVERNS

Rose Inn— 331 N. Main St.

LURAY

TOURIST HOMES

Camp Lewis Mountain — Skyline Drive

LYNCHBURG

HOTELS

Phyllis Wheatley YWCA— 613 Monroe St.

TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. C. Harper— 1109 8th St.

Mrs. M. Thomas— 919 Polk St.

Mrs. Smith— 504 Jackson

Happyland Lake — 812 5th Ave.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Selma'i— 1002 5th St.

NATURAL BRIDGE

TOURIST HOMES
Mountain View Cottage

NEWPORT NEWS
HOTELS

Cosmos Inn— 620 - 25th St.
TOURIST nOMES

Mrs. W. E. Barron— 2123 Jefferson
Thomas E. Reese— 636-25th St.
Mrs. W. Herndon— 752 26th St.
Mrs. C. Stephents— 1909 Marshall Ave .
J. H. Taliaferro— 2206 Marshall Ave.

RESTAURANTS

Tavern Rest— 2108 Jefferson

Savoy— 637 - 25th St.
Stop Light— 601 - 25th St.
Webb— 6 19 -25th St.

BEAUTY PARLORS

Alice— 628 - 25th St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Ridley's— Orcutt Ave. & 30th St.

BARBER SHOPS

V & R— 636 - 25th St.

Anthony— 609^ - 25th St.
TAILORS

Faulk— 638 - 25th St.
DRUG STORES

Woodard's — 25th St. & Madison



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NORFOLK
HOTELS

Tatum Inn — 453 Brewer St.
Prince George— 1757 Church St.
Y. M. C. A.— 729 Washington Ave.
Ambrose — 616 Brambleton Ave.
TOURIST HOMES
MRS. FANNIE B. DCOLLETTE
!) .':} WOOD STREET

BEAUTY PARLORS

Jordan's — 526 Brambleton Ave.

Vel-Ber St. Ann— 1008 Church St.

Yea rgen' t—1685 Church St.
TAYERNS

Peoples — Church & Calvert Sts.

Russell's— 835 Church St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Alston's — Cor. 20th & Church St.

Mac's— 1625 Church St.

PETERSBURG
HOTELS
The Walker House— 116 South

Colbrook Inn— U. S. Highway No. 1
NIGHT CLUBS

Chatter Boy— 143 Harrison St.

PHOEBUS

HOTELS

Horton's— County & Mellon Sts.

RESTAURANTS

Collegian— County & Mellon Sts.
Horton's— County & Mellon Sts.

DRUG STORES

Langley— County & Mellon Sts.

TAILORS

Perry— Mellon St.

SERVICE STATIONS

Ward's— County Nr. Fulton St.

RICHMOND

HOTELS



SLAUGHTER'S
Hotel and Dining Room

Clean and Comfortable
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
Private Dining Rooms
Phones Dial 2-9611—9709—9938

G. A. Taj lor, Mgr.
519 N. Second Street
Richmond, Ya.



Harris— 200 E. Clay St.

Eggleston (Miller's)— 2nd & Leigh St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. E. Brice— 14 W. Clay St.

Y. W. C. A.— 515 N. 7th St.

Jack's — on Rt. No. 1-6 m. N. of Richmond
RESTAURANTS

Cora's— 427 E. Leigh St.

BEAUTY PARLORS

Rest-a-Bit— 619 N. 3rd St.
BARBER SHOPS

Wright's— 412 E. Leigh St.

Scotty's— 505 N. 2nd St.
TAVERNS

Market Inn— Washington Park

NIGHT CLUBS

Terrace Club — 1212 N. 26th St.
SERVICE STATIONS
Cameron's — Brook Ave. & W. Clay S'
Harris— 400 N. Henry St.
Little Lord's— 410 N. 2rJ it.
Adam St.— 523 N. Adams St.

ROANOKE
HOTELS

Dumas — Hem* jt. N. W.
TOURIST HOMES

Y. M. C. A.— 23 Wells Ave. N. W.

Y. W. C. A.— 20J» 2nd St. N. W.
TAVERNS

Tom's Place

F & G— 114 N. Henry St.
GARAGES

Maple Leaf — High St. at Henry

SOUTH HILL
HOTELS

Brown's — Melvin Brown, Prop.
Groom's — John Groom, Prop .

STAUNTON
TOURIST HOMES

Pannell's Inn — 613 N. Augusta St.

F. T. Jones— 515 Baptist St.
RESTAURANTS

Johnson's— 301 N. Central Ave.

TAPPAHANNOCK

HOTELS

McGuire's Inn — Marsh St.
TOURIST HOMES

Way Side Inn— Main St.

VVARRENTON

RESTAURANTS

Bill's— 5th Street

Phil's— 5th Street
TOURIST HOMES

Lawson— 227 Aleianderia Pike
BARBER SHOPS

Walker's— 5 th Street



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BEAUTY PARLORS

Fowlers— 123 N. 3rd St.

Pinn— 121 -5th St.
TAXI CABS

Joyner's— Phone 292

Bland— Phone 430

Parker's— Phone 491

TAILORS

McLain— 205 Culpepper St.

WINCHESTER

HOTELS

Evans — 224 Sharp St.
TOURIST HOMES

Dunbar Tea Room— 21 W. Hart St.
RESTAURANTS

Ruth's— 128 E. Cecil St

WASHINGTON

EVERETT
TOURIST HOMES

J. Samuels— 2214 Wedmore Ave.
Mrs. J. T. Payne— 1632 Rainier St.
Mrs. G. Samuels— 3620 Hoyt Ave.

SEATTLE

HOTELS

Atlas — 420 Maynard St.

Y. W. C. A.— 102-21 North St.

Green— 711 Lane St.

Idaho— 505 Jackson St.

Olympus — 413 Maynard St.

Eagle— 408 y 2 Main St.
Mar — 520 Maynard Ave.
Welcome Annex— 613 l A Jackson St.
Dunbar— 328 N. 5th St.
RESTAURANTS

Palm Garden— 1040 Jackson St.

Paramount — 518 Jackson St.

Egyptian— 2040 E. Madison St.
Elite— 428 - 21st Street

Shanty Inn— 110 12th Ave.
Sid's— 232 - North St.

Vctory — 652 Jackson St.
Markay— 1040 Jackson St.
•Cozy Inn— 1740 N. Benton St.
Crescent — Jackson St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Pauline's— 2221 E. Madison

Modernistic — 674 Jackson St.
Streamline— 1037^ Jackson St.

LaMode— 2036 E. Madison St.

Bert's— 2301 E. Denny Way
Three Flowers— 1242 Jackson St.

Glenarvons — 657 Jackson St.
BEAUTY SCHOOLS

Ruth Whiteside's— 614 Jackson St.
BARBER SHOPS

Hayes— 2227 E. Madison St.

Stockards— 2032 E. Madison St.

Atlas— 410 Maynard Ave.

Green Dot— 510 Jackson St.



NIGHT CLUBS

Pltyhouse— 1238 Main St.
Rocking Chair— 115-14 So.

LIQUOR STORES
Jackson's — 707 Jackson St.

TAVERNS

Stoemer— 2047 E. Madison St.
Hill Top— 1200 Jackson St.
Sea Gull— 673 Jackson St.
Pacific Cafe— 417 Maynard St.
Lucky Hour— 1315 Yesler Way
Banquet— 1237 Jackson St.
Victory — 652 Jackson St.
Banquet— 1237 Jackson St.
Dumas— 1040 Jackson St.

SERVICE STATIONS
Bob'i— 19th & E. Madison St.
Burnham's— 221 1 E. Madison St.
Moszee — 19 E. Madison St.

GARAGES
Commercial Auto — 9th & Denny Way

DRUG STORES

Bon-Rot— 14th & Yesler St.

Bishop's — 507 Jackson St.

Chikata— 114 12th Ave.

Madison — 22nd & Madison

Gosho — 656 Jackson St.

Tokuda— 1724 Yesler Way

Jackson St. — Jackson & Maynard St.

TAILORS

Gilt Edge— 611 Jackson St.

LETTER SHOP



TARBROUGITS LETTER SHOP

Public Stenographer — Greeting Cards
Free Information on Whom and What
to see in Seattle
Tel. Franklin 0742
1409 E. Madison Seattle, Wash.



TACOMA

HOTELS

Travelers— 1506^ Pacific Ave.

BEAUTY PARLORS
Catherine's— 1226 So. State St.

RESTAURANTS

Monte Carlo— 1555 Tacoma Ave.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. A Robinson— 1906 S. "I" St.
J. H. Carter— 1017 S. Trafton St.



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West Vir



WEST VIRGINIA

BECKLEY
HOTELS

New Pioneer— 340 S. Fayette St.

LOGD1NGS

Mrs. E. Morton — 430 S. Fayette St.

Mrs. M. E. Carter— 206 Church St.
RESTAURANTS

Home Service— 338J4 S. Fayette St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Katie's Vanity— S. Fayette St.

Fuqua's — Fugua Bldg. S. Fayette
BARBER SHOPS

Paynes— 338 S. Fayette St.

Simpson's — New Pioneer Hotel
NIGHT CLUBS

Beckino Club— S. Fayette St.

Chesterfield Club — New Pioneer Hotel
American Legion — S. Fayette St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Moss'— 501 South Fayette St.
DRUG STORES

Morton Drug — S. Fayette St.
TAXI CABS

Robertson's— Dial 6542
Nuway— Dial 3301

BLUEFIELD

TOURIST HOMES
Traveler's Inn— 602 Raleigh St.

CHARLESTON

HOTELS

Ferguson
TAVERNS

White Front— 1007Washint<ton St.
Palace Cafe— 910 Washington St.

CLARKSBURG
RESTAURANT

Tasty Lunch— 308 Water St.
LODGING

Mrs. Ruby Thomas— 309 Water St.
NIGHT CLUB

American Legion — Monticcllo St.
Elks— First Street
Pythians— 119 Harper St.

TAVERN

Johnson's — Monticello

FAIRMONT
RESTAURANT

Whittaker's Grill— Pennsylvania Ave.

BEAUTY SCHOOL

Parker's— Pennsylvania

HOTEL

Monongahela Hotel —Madison Street



BARBER SHOP

Bailey's — Madison St.

GRAFTON

TAVERN
BOSTON'S BILLIARD PARLOR,

36 Latrobe St.,
RESTAURANT

Jones — Latrobe Street
LODGING
Mrs. Geo. Jones — Front St

HUNTINGTON
HOTELS

The Ross House— 91 l-8th Ave.

Southern— 921 8th Ave.

Massey's— 837 7th Av-
LOGDINGS

Mrs. R. J. Lewis— 1412 10th Ave.

Mrs. C. J. Barnett— 810 7th Ave.
RESTAURANTS

J. Gross— 839 7th Ave.

Parker's — 8th Avenue

TAVERNS

Monroe's — 1616 8th Ave.
Seventh Avenue Grill

NIGHT CLUB

Harlem Club - 7th Ave.
TAXI

Party Taxi Cab— Dial 28385
BEAUTY PARLORS

Louise's— 821 19th St.
SERVICE STATIONS

Sterling— Cor. 12th St.'ft 3rd Ave.
GARAGES

South Side— 716 8th A»e

MONTGOMERY

HOTELS

NEW ROYAL HOTEL

223 Gaines Street

Best Accommodations for Transients
REASONABLE RATES
Robert Crews, Mgr.
Coffee Shop Montgomery, W. Va.

RESTAURANTS

RITZ CAFE — 2111 GAINES ST.

NINA SMITH, PROP.
TAVERNS

THE GREEN FRONT, 188^ 3RD

AVE., GREELY DAVIS, PROP.

BEAUTY PARLOR

Snyder's — Fayette Pike



u



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W. Va..— Wis— Alaska



MONTGOMERY (Cont.)

TAXI

GRAY'S TAXI SERVICE, 212
GAINES ST., GEO. GRAY, PROP.
MORGANTOWN
RESTAURANT
COBB'S RESTAURANT
116-118 KIRK STREET

NIGHT CLUB
AMERICAN LEGION
1020 UNIVERSITY AVENUE

LODGING

Okey Ogden— 1046 College Ave.
Mrs. Linnie Mae Slaughter— 3 Cayton St.
Mrs. Jcanette O. Parker— 2 Cayton St.
J. A. G. Edwards— 504 White Avenue

PARKERSBURG
NIGHT CLUBS

American Legion — 812 Avery St.

E. RAINELLE
RESTAURANT
TRAVELERS' INN— MAIN ST.
RT. 60— TOM MOSLEY, PROP.

ST. ALBANS
TOURI ST CABINS

HALL'S PARK TOURIST CABINS

Cafe and Service Station
U. S. Route 60
10 MILES WEST OF CHARLESTON
First Class Accommodations — Best of Food

Gas, Oil and Accessories
H. W. Hall, Prop. St. Albans, W. Va.

WELCH
HOTELS

Capehart — 14 Virginia Ave.

WILLIAMSON
DRUG STORE

Whittico's— E. Third
NIGHT CLUB

Elk's Club— Vinson St.
LODGING

Mrs. A. Wright— 603 Logan St.

WHEELING
LODGING

Mrs. W. C. Turner— 114 12th St.
Mrs. C. Early— 132 12th St.

R. Williams— 1007 Chapline St.
Blue Triangle Branch, Y. W. C. A.



RESTAURANTS

Singelery— 1043 Chapline St.
BEAUTY PARLORS

Miss Hall — Chapline St.

Miss Taylor— Chapline St.
NIGHT CLUBS „
American Legion— 1059 Chapline St.

Elks Club— 1010 Chapline St.

WHITE SULPHUR
SPRINGS

TOURIST HOMES

Brook's— 138 Church St.
Haywood Place— Church St.

Slaughter's

WISCONSIN

FOND DU LAC

TOURIST nOMES
Mrs. E. Pirtle— 45 E. 11th St.
V. Williams— 97 S. Seymour St.

OSHKOSH
TOURIST HOMES

F. Pemberton— 239 Liberty St.



WYOMING

CASPER

TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. J. E. Edwards— 347 N. Grant
H. Keeling— 331 N. Grant
G. Anderson— 320 N. Lincoln St.

CHEYENNE
HOTELS

Barbeque Inn— 622 W. 20th St.
TOURIST HOMES

Mrs. L. Randall^612 W. 18th St.

RAWLING

RESTAURANTS
Yellow Front— 11 East Front St.

TOURIST HOMES
ROBERT WESTBROOK
111 E. FRONT STREET

ROCK SPRINGS

TOURIST HOMES
Mrs. R. Collins— 915 7th St.



ALASKA

FAIRBANKS

HOTELS

Savoy



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Out in the Mid-Atlantic, south east
of the Virginia Capes, beyond the Gulf
Stream's flying fish and phosphorous,
lie the most famous coral islands in
the World. It is the Bermudas . . . less
than 20 square miles in size and so
formed that in few spots it is possible
to get more than a mile away from
the sea. The north and south shores
are utterly different and might belong
to countries hundreds of leagues
apart.

The Bermudas, with startling clar-
ity of sunlight, their gentle tropical
sea, their special flash of white wash-
ed roofs, pink-tinted walls and flaming
poinciana trees, and their island nights
glittering with more stars than any
other sky in the Atlantic. They are
collectively called "Bermuda." Here
we find a place of coveted ease, un-
hurried charm and relaxed living.

Here it may mean building castles
in the cleanest pink and white sand on
earth, wandering over coral beaches
into ocean that is the greenest green,
the bluest blue. It may mean cycling
along South Shore Road between tall
hedges of Oleander, with youngster
and picnic lunches safely tucked in a
basket on handle bars.

Or it may be the velvety greens and
fairways of one of Bermuda's many
golf courses. Or where attractive
shops show choicest merchandise of the
British Empire.

There are many beautifully kept
tennis courts, hidden picnic beaches,
delightful roads and coral rocks from
which a native fisherman's net may be
cast, ensnaring everything including
prancing sea-horses and mermaids
singing! For, like a jewel set in Mid-
Atlantic, Bermuda is the wish at sun-
set and romance is starlight.

You go from one Parish to another
by boat, by bicycle, by the small mo-
tor car. Everywhere the place is leis-



urely. The motor car, convenient for
visits from one end of islands to the
other, travels (by law) only a few
miles faster than average horse and
carriage.

HOW DO I GET TO BERMUDA?

You fly by the latest aircraft or you
go by luxury liner. The plane takes
a few hours, boats from New York,
35 hours. Departures from Baltimore,
Boston, Halifax, Montreal and Eng-
land. When you make reservations in-
quire about special rates for children.




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POINTS OF INTEREST



HAMILTON — HALF 1 DAY



Ancient town of St. George, Parlia-
ment Buildings, Gibbs Hill Light-
house, Aquarium and Museum, Sea
Gardens, 17th Century St. Peter's
Church, Caves.

CURRENCY

Although sterling is the legal tender
in Bermuda, American and Canadian
currencies are accepted everywhere.
United Kingdom Bank Notes are still
not negotiable.

FACTS ABOUT BERMUDA

Entry Requirements — No one re-
quires passports or visas for visits to
Bermuda, for periods of less than
eight months. United States citizens re-
quire same form of identification and
proof of citizenship when returning to
the U. S. A.

THINGS TO SEE IN BERMUDA

Somerset Tour — One day, Ferry
from Hamilton to Somerset Island, re-
turning by taxi, carriage or bicycle.
Several interesting places in Somerset
for lunch. See unique Somerset Bridge,
visit U. S. Naval Base, enjoy pano-
rama of Bermuda from gallery of
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse.

ST. GEORGE'S TOUR — ONE DAY

Because of long journey to the town
of St. George, you will have more
time to see if you go by taxi. Points
of especial interest in St. George,
St. Peter's Church, the old United
States House, St. George* s Historical
Museum, Gates Fort and David's
Lighthouse.

HARRINGTON SOUND TOUR —
HALF DAY

Visit the Government Aquarium &
Museum, Devil's Hole, The Caves,
Tom Moore's House and the perfume
factory.



You'll want at least a half-day to
do the shops of Hamilton and also to
see the Bermuda Cathedral and visit
the Sessions House, which is the
"Common's of the second oldest par-
liament in the British Hamilton.

TEMPERATURE

Mild and Equable never far off
70.7. No sudden changes occur. Rain-
fall brief and skies clear very quickly
after a shower.




Queen Street, St. Georges, Bermuda



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PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK"




John Smith's Bay, Bermuda



WHAT TO WEAR

During warmer months (mid-March
to mid-November) cotton dresses and
afternoon dress, a long one for eve-
ning, summer sportsclothes. For Men —
Light weight suits, sport clothes, Ber-
muda shorts, white dinner jackets.
During cooler months (mid-November
to mid-March) light wool dresses,
sweaters and skirts, warm suit, din-
ner dresses, top coat. For Men — tweed
jacket, slacks, tweed or flannel suits,
sportswear, afternoon clothes, sweat-
ers, dinner jacket, top coat.



ST. GEORGES
LIQUOR STORE
PACKWOOrVS LIQUOR STORE
WATER STREET

BICYCLES
DOWLING'S CYCLE LIVERY
YORK STREET

HAMILTON
RESTAURANT
THE SPOT RESTAURANT
BURNABY STREET



Phone 9345

Vacation In Bermuda

"ARCHLYN VILLA"

A DELIGHTFUL PRIVATE GUEST
HOUSE ON THE WATER'S EDGE

For Rates and Reservations

Mrs. Lillian Minors

Wellington, St. George's, Bermuda




To please
all our advertisers.



MEXICO

MONTERREY

HOTEL

Hotel Genova — Madero Boulevard

RESTAURANT

El Tapinumba

JACALA
TOURIST HOME

Pemex

TAMAZUNCHALE
TOURIST HOME

LXQUIMTLIPAN
TOURIST HOME

Pemex

CUERNAVACA
TOURIST HOME

Batch's Manhattan — on the Highway

MEXICO CITY

HOTEL

Hotel Carlton — Ignacia Marisca

NIGHT CLUB

The Waikikl— Paseo de la Reforma



CANADA

MONTREAL

HOTELS

Philibert— 1420 St. Laurent Blvd.

TOURIST HOMES

Grant House— 1438 St. Antoine St.
Mr«. Horace Morse - 3164 St. Antoine



THIS GUIDE

is Consulted Throughout

the Year
by Thousands of Travelers
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From the Collections of The Henry Ford



SAFE DRIVING RULES



1. Watch out for the driver who crosses the White L,ine.

2. When the other car passes you, watch out that he doesn't cut in on
you.

3. Watch out for the driver who doesn't know any better than to pass
on a hill.

4. Even when the light is Green, look out for the reckless driver coming
from left or right, who is ignorant that the Red light is against him.

5. Watch the driver ahead — you can't be sure whether or not he'll
signal when he turns.

6. Even on highways, look out for parked cars.

7. Watch the car coming down the steep hill towards you. Maybe tthc
driver doesn't know enough to go into second.

8. Don't assume that the otther fellow has good brakes.

9. At night look out for pedestrians walking on your side of the highway.

10. On Icy Roads look out! Some drivers don't know any better than to
brake suddenly on ice.

11. Going over a hill, be ready for drivers who may be fool hardy as to
make a turn across the road.

12. When you are passing, look out for the car that may be suddenly
pulling out to pass just ahead of you.

13. Maybe the cop won't catch the car that passes you at 80, but "sudden
death" is liable to.

14. On a three lane highway, watch out for the driver who thinks the
middle lane is his exclusively.

15. Remember that Junior thinks that the ignition key is something to
play with.

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