(#172722) Barnard's Yosemite Falls Hotel third 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 [cover title]. BARNARD'S YOSEMITE FALLS HOTEL.
Barnard's Yosemite Falls Hotel third 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 [cover title].

Barnard's Yosemite Falls Hotel third 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 [cover title]. N.p., n.d. [circa: late 1880s - early 1890s]. Single sheet, 21x28 cm, folded to make four pages, pink paper stock. 1 illustration drawn by Charles Dorman Robinson. The elaborate illustration (engraved by Moss Eng. Co., New York) is a composite of seven drawings by Charles Dorman Robinson. From 1877 to 1892 John K. Barnard leased the Yosemite Falls Hotel, built in 1876 by Coulter and Murphy and the old Hutchings group. Following renovations the hotel survived until 1940. Following a brief promotion of hotel services, the leaflet consists of "Table of Altitudes at Yosemite Valley" compiled by Capt. Wheeler, U. S. A., and table of distances from Barnard's Hotel to various destinations by stage, carriage or saddle. Similar to the leaflet printed on blue-gray paper titled Barnard's Yosemite Falls Hotel and Cottages. Several chips from edges with crude repairs, the chip from the right margin with loss of "T" and hyphen in "FIRST-CLASS." 25¢ price in ink at top right corner. Two horizontal folds, some soiling, good only. The only copy seen by the compiler. (#172722).

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