Barnard's Yosemite Falls Hotel. First hotel after entering the valley. Hot and cold baths at all hours. First-class barber shop. Strictly first-class! Location unsurpassed! Terms as reasonable as at any hotel in the valley [caption title]. N.p., n.d. [circa: 1887-1892]. Single sheet, green paper stock, 21.5 x 27.5 cm, folded to make four pages. 1 illustration. A brief description of hotel facilities, carriage and saddle rates to valley points, table of altitudes, and mileage tables from the hotel to various locations in the valley and elsewhere. Barnard's was described as "four little cottages with chambers no bigger than a steamboat stateroom and ceilings made of cotton cloth -- it is primitive as primitive can be, therefore in harmony with the wild nature around it." Currey and Kruska 8. Several tiny stains and fox marks, a very good copy. (#157210).