New England – The VACATION LAND (Apr, 1916)

New England – The VACATION LAND

Maine Coast
The most enchanting and varied sea-shore in America.

Marvelous beaches, wild headlands, cliffs, mountains, islands, woods.

Summer vacations of every kind at every price. Great and small hotels, boarding houses, or camping close to nature.

Sailing, bathing, and every summer sport. Unusual experiences— real deep-sea fishing, squidding, life among the fishermen.

Send for Booklet E

Vacation Books
They make summer planning easy.

Rates, capacity, and other dependable facts concerning the best hotels, boarding houses, and camps in over 1,000 New England vacation resorts.

Including the White Mountains, the Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont Lakes and Woods, Berkshire Hills, Cape Cod, Marthas Vineyard, Nantucket, Casco Bay, Penobscot Bay, Mt. Desert, and the ocean coast of five States.

Send for Booklet B—state region you prefer.

The White Mountains of New Hampshire
A mountain country of thrilling beauty transformed into a wonderful summer playground.

Exquisite scenery, glorious air, new zest in living.

Golf, tennis, motoring, mountain climbing among the clouds.

Most desirable social life.

Finest of hotels, best of boarding houses.

Send for Booklet C

For booklets and information address VACATION BUREAU 171 Broadway, Room 119, New York City

1 comment
  1. katey says: December 21, 201010:59 pm

    Squidding? Sign me up!

    (Seriously, folks… as a New England dwelling Maine-vacationer of life, this doesn’t sound strange at all to me. But now considering an outsider’s perspective- why the heck do I go to Maine where the ocean temperature is 65 in August when I could drive the same 2 hours to the Cape and enjoy 71 degree water? There’s clam rolls and taffy and barley pops to be had at both ends. I guess its my inherited poor level of tolerance for highway traffic?)

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