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Name Hotel Webster Hall

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Image of 1946.195.001 - Placemat

1946.195.001 - Placemat

Paper placemat from the Hotel Webster Hall. The placemat is printed in brown on off-white paper, and had scalloped edges. The corners feature half-tone photos of the interiors of four rooms--the English Lounge, cocktail bar, swimming pool, and the air-conditioned Cocktail Grill. An illustration of the exterior of the building, along with the hotel's crest are printed in the center of the mat.

Image of 2012.020.305 - Postcard

2012.020.305 - Postcard

Black and white postcard depicting the Grand Ballroom in the Hotel Webster Hall, with a stage set with piano, music stands and chairs.

Image of 2012.020.306 - Postcard

2012.020.306 - Postcard

Black and white postcard depicting swimming pool in the Hotel Webster Hall, with several swimmers in and around the pool.

Image of 2012.020.307 - Postcard

2012.020.307 - Postcard

Black and white postcard depicting six interior views of the Hotel Webster Hall, including the Reception Room, Ladie's Lounge, Gentlemen's Lounge, Writing Room, Entrance Foyer, and "Our Large Coffee Shop, Seating Four Hundred Persons".

Image of 2012.044.927 - Postcard

2012.044.927 - Postcard

Color postcard depicting the Hotel Webster Hall from the corner of Cass Avenue and Putnum Street, with cars in front. Printed on verso: Hotel Webster Hall, Cass at Putnum, Detroit, Mich. Detroit's finest club residence for men and women. Conveniently near to "what's going on" - yet away from the confusion and noise of the business and theatrical centers. Swimming pool, sun roof, ping pong and hand ball courts for free use to our guests. Unusually reasonable rates prevail. A homelike and friendly hotel located in "Detroit's Art Center." Arthur J. Newman, Manager.

Image of 2012.044.928 - Postcard

2012.044.928 - Postcard

Color postcard depicting the Hotel Webster Hall from the corner of Cass Avenue and Putnum Street, with pedestrians and cars in front. Handwritten message on verso, postmarked Mar 1, 1928.

Image of 2012.044.929 - Postcard

2012.044.929 - Postcard

Color postcard depicting the Hotel Webster Hall from the corner of Cass Avenue and Putnum Street, with pedestrians and cars in front, and a stylized aerial map of central Detroit, with the Public Library, Institute of Arts, General Motors Building, Masonic Temple, and City Hall labeled. Printed on verso: Hotel Webster Hall; A homelike, and friendly hotel located in Detroit's Art Center. Swimming pool, sun roof, and ping pong tables for free use of our guests. Unusually reasonable rates prevail. Paul P. Persyk, Manager.

Image of 2014.002.337 - Magazine

2014.002.337 - Magazine

Promotional magazine published by the Hotel Webster Hall containing articles about the Detroit Lions, the DeSoto Motor Company's new plant on Wyoming Avenue, WWJ, the Don Cossack Chorus at the Masonic Temple, and Webster Hall personalities, as well as numerous advertisements. The cover features a map centered around Webster Hall, with the caption 'All Roads Lead to the Coolest Spot in Town.. Webster Hall's Cocktail Grill." Whimsical illustrations denote points of interest around the city.

Image of 2014.003.910 - Booklet

2014.003.910 - Booklet

Booklet about the Student Center (Mackenzie Hall) at Wayne University for the 1953-54 school year. Contains black & white photos, floorplans, and regulations.

Image of 2014.003.945 - Print, Photographic

2014.003.945 - Print, Photographic

Black & white photo depicting Mackenzie Hall at Wayne State University, located on the southeast corner of Cass Avenue and Putnam Street. Dated August 1975.