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Monterey

Hotel

NORTH ASBURY PARK

NEW JERSEY

Opens June 18, 1921

Accommodates 600. All rooms outside ones. Hot and cold salt
water in all bathrooms. Perfect service by white employees.

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Dunmore Hotel

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Lake affords motor boating, rowing, canoeing, swimming in crystal water. Bass,
trout fishing unequaled. Book with many pictures on application. Ownership-
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