White Mountain: Hotels, Inns, and Taverns (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
accommodations in taverns on stage routes or in local farmhouses. The arrival of steel roads made the region much more accessible, and large, opulent hotels were built to cater to the rich and famous
while more modest country inns provided a quieter environment for artists and writers seeking sanctuary from the cities. Some of the most fascinating images here portray the opulent lifestyle that was enjoyed amidst the forests and falls of the mountains and capture a sense of serenity that was not to last.'
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