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Patent Drawing for M. E. Benjamin's Gong and Signal Chair for Hotels

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

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Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Forest Service

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Hotels, Lodges, Resorts: Private

Ceremonies - New York City - Peace reports stop business in New York. When the first report of Peace was announced in New York today, business in general was stopped and crowds from business houses, hotels, and residences swarmed into the streets and began the wildest celebration ever witnessed in this history of the city

Ceremonies - New York City - Peace reports stop business in New York. When the first report of Peace was announced in New York today, business in general was stopped and crowds from business houses, hotels and residences swarmed into the streets and began the wildest celebration ever witnessed in the history of the city

Ceremonies - New York City - Peace reports stop business in New York. When the first report of Peace was announced in New York today, business in general was stopped and crowds from business houses, hotels and residences swarmed into the streets and began the wildest celebration ever witnessed in the history of the city

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - Owing to crowded condition of hotels in London the Red Cross has thrown open several of its office buildings in London, where soldiers and sailors on leave can have a place to sleep. Shows a group of men rolled up in their blankets in one of the offices of the Dept. of Military Relief at 52 Grosvenor Gardens

Ceremonies - New York City - Peace reports stop business in New York. When the first report of Peace was announced in New york today, business in general was stopped and crowds from business houses, hotels and residences swarmed into the streets and began the wildest celebration ever witnessed in the history of the city

Inexpensive Retirement Hotels are a Hallmark of the South Beach Area, A Favored Place is the Front Porch, Where Residents Sit and Chat or Watch the Activities on the Beach

A view looking down the Rhine River, near Frankfurt, Germany, showing tourist boats, and hotels, restaurants and homes on either side. Exact Date Shot Unknown

An A-10, F-15E, F-15C and a F-16D from Nellis AFB, fly a finger tip formation over the Las Vegas "Strip" with the (Left to Right) Monte Carlo, New York - New York, Excalibur and the Luxor hotels in the background

Members of the Italian National Antarctic Research Program, (PNRA), load their baggage into the hotels transport as they ready for departure from Christchurch, New Zealand, to the South Pole for a four month stay. They are participating in the United States Antarctic Program under the Authority for New Technologies, Energy and Environment, (ENEA), and will board a C-141 Starlifter Aircraft out of Christchurch to the ice of Antarctica during Operation DEEP FREEZE 2001

Pietro Iuculano, owner of one of the hotels deployed personnel are staying at, carves turkey at a Thanksgiving dinner he has threw for deployed personnel staying at his hotel. Many Air Force personnel are deployed in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, at Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily

Colonel Bill Stewert, USAF, (left), Commander, 317th Expeditionary Air Mobility Squadron, Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily, and Pietro Iuculano, the owner of one of the hotels deployed personnel are staying at, carve turkey at a Thanksgiving dinner for deployed personnel staying at his hotel. Many Air Force personnel are deployed in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, at Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily

The Los Angeles Air Force Base (AFB) Honor Guard members: US Air Force (USAF) First Lieutenant (1LT) Paul Choi and USAF STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Eumir Arceo, exhibit boxes of cookies given to them by the Third graders at Westwood Charter Elementary School. Double Tree Hotels sponsored the "Great Community Cookie Giveaway," to promote civic pride in the children

[Hurricane Katrina] Baton Rouge, LA, 9-20-05 -- Disaster worker Dave Williams of the Brookeline Fire Fighters Brookline, Mo., watches the path of Hurricane Rita on his computer inside his tent at the rescue worker's dorm in a wharehouse. Disaster workers are living in dorms because the hotels are full and there is no other place to stay. MARVIN NAUMAN/FEMA photo

[Hurricane Katrina] Baton Rouge, LA, 9-20-05 -- Disaster workers and displaced workers from Hurricane Rita bed down for the night in this dorm. Many Disaster workers must live in dorms like this because the hotels are full and there is no other place to stay. MARVIN NAUMAN/FEMA photo

[Hurricane Rita] Houston, TX, November 10, 2005 - FEMA Community Relations workers prepare packages of information for housing clients. CR workers are working now to get clients out of hotels and into more permanent housing. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Houston, TX, November 11, 2005 - FEMA Community Relations Strike Team workers Ron Hind, Loretta Lowe and Vera Parker assist clients in moving from their hotels to apartments. CR workers are working now to get clients out of hotels and into more permanent housing. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Houston, TX, November 11, 2005 -- Ricky Williams, an evacuee from New Orleans, is assisted by a FEMA Community Relations Strike Team. CR workers are working now to get clients out of hotels and into more permanent housing. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Houston, TX, November 10, 2005 - FEMA Community Relations Strike Temas prepare to go into the field. CR workers are working now to get clients out of hotels and into more permanent housing. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Houston, TX, November 10, 2005 - FEMA Community Relations Strike Team leader Loretta Lowe heads into the field. CR workers are working now to get clients out of hotels and into more permanent housing. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Houston, TX, November 10, 2005 - FEMA Community Relations Strike Teams prepare to go into the field. CR workers are working now to get clients out of hotels and into more permanent housing. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

[Hurricane Katrina] Baton Rouge, LA November 19, 2005 - FEMA's Hotel Population Outreach Project began today with Community Relations teams interviewing evacuees staying in hotels. The goal is to locate rental or permanent housing for the evacuees. Photo by Greg Henshall / FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Houston, TX, December 19, 2005 -- Mike Lynch of the Houston Chronicle takes notes for a story about families housed in hotels. FEMA works with reporters to help them cover disaster stories. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

[Hurricane Rita] Houston, TX, December 19, 2005 -- Rose Strohman of the Houston Housing Authority interviews a Hurricane Rita evacuee as FEMA workers stand by. FEMA workers are helping evacuees move from hotels into more permanent housing. Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

Emergency Planning and Security ^ Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , Jan. 17, 2012 -- FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate, guest speaker for the International Disaster Conference and Expo, emphasizes the Federal Government's initial response to a disaster is to get people to safety, transport the injured and assist in the reestablishment of infrastructure. Restoration of infrastructure is critical and involves getting private sector entities up and running so gas stations, food establishments, hotels and other essential private businesses are operable. FEMA/Ralph Simcox

[Hurricane Katrina] Baton Rouge, LA, 9-20-05 -- SBA disaster worker Frank Elbert sits on his bunk in the disaster worker's dorm/warehouse after a 12 hour shift. Many Disaster workers must live in dorms like this because the hotels are full and there is no other place to stay. MARVIN NAUMAN/FEMA photo