La Fonda Hotel At The End Of The Santa Fe Trail

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3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)
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26816

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"La Fonda" (Spanish for "The Inn") was the name applied to the ancient adobe hostelry which stood at this corner, and where arrivals in early days found welcome after the journey over the Indian and bandit infested Santa Fe Trail. With the coming of the railroad, "The Inn" declined in patronage, become used for other purposes, and much of it burned. The beginning of the present edifice was built by public subscription of the citizens of Saanta Fe. Later it was taken over and greatly enlarged by the Fred Harvey Company. Its exterior is a perpectuation in stell and concrete of the ancient Santa Fe architecture, while the interior, decorated along Indian and Spanish lines, is a thoroughly modern and comfortable hotel.

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