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[[start page]] TAMPA BAY FLORIDA St. Petersburg - Bradenton, Fla. Ferry: Cars 10c a ft. Driver free Pass. 25c Tampa - St. Petersburg, Fla. Gandy Bridge: Car & Driver 55c Pass. 10c each OLD TAMPA BAY FLORIDA Clearwater - Tampa, Fla. Davis Causeway: Car & Driver 25c Pass. 5c each. PASCAGOULA RIVER MISSISSIPPI Gautier - Pacagoula, Bridge: Car & Passengers 50c TENNESSEE RIVER TENNESSEE Loudon - Bridge: Car & Driver 25c Pass. 5c each. [[line]] CARD OF APPRECIATION The Publishers of this guide wish to publically thank the following people and newspapers who have contributed and worked to bring this Travel Guide before the public and up to date, so that we as a race might have something authentic to travel by and to make traveling better for the Negro. Mr. James (Billboard) Jackson - Special Rept. of the Standard Oil. Mr. Chas. A. R. McDowell - of The United States Travel Bureau. Mr. John D. Long - of New York City, N.Y. Mr. Elmer Jackson - of Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Ella Glenn - of Springfield, Ohio. The Louisville Leader - of Louisville, Ky. The Cleveland Call & Post - of Cleveland, Ohio. The Western Ideal - Pueblo, Colo. The Waco Messenger - Waco, Texas. We hope that you in reading this will tell others about this guide so that they will know of its usefullness. We have given you a selection of listings that you might chose from, under no circumstances do these listings imply that the place is recommended. [[line]] EXPLANATION No travel guide is complete with the multitude of business places that are unheard of. The principal value is its completeness for which reason we are endeavoring to make this guide actually the most complete possible. The business classifications listed have been arranged under the different cities and town, so that one won't have any trouble finding what they want. [[page]] 4 [[page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] PLEASE MENTION "THE GREEN BOOK" [[line]] ALABAMA ANDALUSIA TOURIST HOMES Mrs. Ed. Andrews - 69 N. Cotton St. BIRMINGHAM HOTELS Dunbar Hotel - 316 N. 17th St. Fraternal Hotel - 1619 N. 4th St. Palm Leaf Hotel - 318 N. 18th St. Rush Hotel - 316 N. 18th St. New Home - 1718 1/2 - 4th Ave. DECATUR TOURIST HOMES Mrs. F. Hayes - 207 W. Church St. GADSDEN HOTELS Smith Hotel - 902 Garden Ave. TOURIST HOMES Mrs. S. Neal - 1317 4th Aev. Mrs. A. Sheperd - 1324 4th Ave. Mrs. J. Simons - 233 N. 6th St. GENEVA TOURIST HOMES Joe Dondal Susie M. Sharp MOBILE TOURIST HOMES Mrs. E. Reed - 950 Lyons St. Mrs. E. Jordan - 256 N. Dearborn Mrs. G.B. Sylvester - 355 Cuba St. Mrs. F. Wildins 254 N. Dearborn St. BEAUTY PARLORS Ritz - 607 Congress St. MONTGOMERY RESTAURANTS Bonnie's - 390 W. Jeff Davis Ave. TAVERNS Douglas - 121 Monroe St. SHEFFIELD HOTELS McClain Hotel - 19th St. TOURIST HOMES Mrs. I. Hawkins - S. Atlantic Ave. TROY TOURIST HOMES Mrs. S.A. Benton - 113 E. FairView St. TUSCALOOSO TOURIST HOMES Mrs. G.W. Baugh - 2526 12th St. Mrs. M.A. Barnes - 419 30th Ave. Mrs. G.W. Clopton - 1516 25th Ave. Mrs. G. Robinson - 11th St. ARIZONA NOGALES RESTAURANTS Bells Cafe - 325 Morley Ave. PHOENIX HOTELS Raymond - 607 E. Jefferson St. St. Louis - 535 E. Jefferson St. Rice's - 535 E. Jefferson Gardners - 1229 E. Washington St. TOURIST HOMES Gardner's - 1229 E. Wash. St. GARAGES Tourist - 122 - S. First St. RESTAURANTS J. Mayse - 1314E. Jefferson St. Alhambia - 246 E. Wash. St. Tapps - 39 So. 2nd St. SERVICE STATIONS Shell - 1030 E. Washington St. Stewarts - 11th St. & Wash. BEAUTY PARLORS Copelands - 1316 E. Jefferson St. BARBER SHOPS Hagler's - 106 So. 2nd St. NIGHT CLUBS Elks - 7th Ave. & Tonto TUCSON TOURIST HOMES Mrs. G.W. Obie - 738 No. 10th Ave. Criterian Rooms - 138 W. Ocha St. RESTAURANT Rainbow Grill - 91 W. Jackson ARKANSAS ARKADELPHIA HOTELS Hill Hotel - 16 Pine St. Trigg's - Caddo St. TOURIST HOMES Mrs. B. Dedman - W. Caddo St. Mrs. L. Cooper - W. Pine St. P. Anderson - W. Caddo St. RESTAURANTS Richie Square Deal - Caddo St. Hill's - River St. [[page]] 5 [[page]]
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