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These images depict the parlor of the Grand Union Hotel, probably soon after it was updated from the Union Hotel. The chandeliers all have rounded glass globes. The chairs appear to be rattan. The walls on either side of the open doorway have…
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These images depict the front piazza of the grand Union Hotel. Chairs are against the building. The columns extend up three floors. The street lined with elm trees is seen beyond the rails of the porch.
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These are images of the piazza of the Union Hotel before the façade was completely redone. The second story windows have small decks which face the street from all rooms. Chairs line the expanse of the veranda. Elm trees provide shade.
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These images were taken in Congress Park near the Congress Spring. In the foreground is a box camera set up to take a picture. Buildings on Broadway can be seen in the background.
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In the foreground of these images stands the Civil War Monument in front of the entrance to Congress Park. The enormity of the Grand Union Hotel and its distinctive roof-line is seen behind the elm trees lining Broadway.
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These images of the facade of the Grand Union Hotel appear to have been taken in the Fall. The stately elms which line the street have very few leaves which allows for a clear view of the Hotel's front piazza and the building.
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These images depict the line of carriages standing in front of the Union Hotel waiting to pick up visitors.
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These images depict a group of women and young girls on the lawn of the Union Hall.
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These are images of the front piazza of the Union Hotel.
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In these images, a loaded Saratoga Baggage Express wagon is pulled up in front of the Union Hotel entrance. "Ghosts" of people walking are seen at the doorway. Others are seated on the porch. Trees shade the entire length of the building.
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