Memphis Greeter Guide 1961

          ...a guidebook for guests of hotels and motels


This is the official guide, published monthly, by the Hotel Greeters of America, and distributed to Memphis Hotels, Motels, and newcomers.  Guests of the hotels-motels generally pick up the guide at the desk and use it as a reference for nearby restaurants and church services.  The guides are also sometimes placed in all hotel rooms.  There are great ads in the brochure.


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... Collection Dave French                 



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