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Amador Valley Hotel, (c. 1930), postcard
Date Created and/or Issued
c. 1930
Publication Information
City of Dublin Ca. Heritage Center
Contributing Institution
Dublin Heritage Park and Museums
Collection of the Dublin Heritage Museum
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AMADOR VALLY HOTEL, c. 1930. Pictured here is the Amador Valley Hotel as it looked in the 1930s. When Art Reimers took over as proprietor, it became known as the Reimers Hotel. The men on the left are Mike Mando and Art Reimers. The person on the far right is Walter Reimers. page 80, Images of America : Dublin, by Mike Lynch and the Dublin Heritage Center. Written on the back of the postcard is the following: "Dear Mae, Just a card as we are sending something to the children. I think the brown + white dress will fit Tommie and if the white rompers fit they will make a dust rag. They are from Kate & I. This is the latest picture of the hotel and ourselves. Nell. The man with the bow legs is walking backwards from S.F. to N.Y."
1 postcard : b&w ; 9 x 14 cm.
Mondo, Mike
Reimers, Arthur, 1891-1943
Reimers, Walter
Amador Valley Hotel (Dublin, Calif.)

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