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Sepia-toned picture of the Hotel

Sepia-toned picture of the Hotel

A picture taken from the entrance approximately Ayer and First.

A picture taken from the entrance approximately Ayer and First.

The Vendome Annex, after the 1906 earthquake

The Vendome Annex, after the 1906 earthquake

Another picture of the earthquake damage to the Vendome Annex.

Another picture of the earthquake damage to the Vendome Annex.

First and Hobson, 1892

First and Hobson, 1892

The Josiah Belden House, the original location of the Hotel

The Josiah Belden House, the original location of the Hotel

The park at Hotel Vendome

The park at Hotel Vendome

The front of the Hotel, from the south entrance

The front of the Hotel, from the south entrance

Another picture from the south entrance; note the gardens.

Another picture from the south entrance; note the gardens.

A picture of the Hotel taken from the north side entrance.

A picture of the Hotel taken from the north side entrance.

The Hotel Vendome, as seen from First Street

The Hotel Vendome, as seen from First Street

The automobile garage at the Hotel Vendome - note that they also had stables.

The automobile garage at the Hotel Vendome - note that they also had stables.

A picture of the Hotel, from the north entrance.

A picture of the Hotel, from the north entrance.

The trolly that ran from the train station on Basset Street to the Hotel and points beyond.

The trolly that ran from the train station on Basset Street to the Hotel and points beyond.