In the 1960s, before the Healy Farm was sold and Greenport became strip mall heaven, Warren Street, like main streets all over the country, was lined with businesses that offered all the goods and services any American family could possibly need or want. There was also, at the top of the street, a movie theater that had been turned into a motel--an adaptive reuse so novel that it merited a historic marker.
In recent times, the Warren Inn has lost its reputation for being the place to stay in Hudson, but here's what it looked like back in the day. (Note the two Volkswagen buses at the right in the top picture.) Not shown is the Hawaiian lounge that was located in the motel--perhaps Hudson's answer to the original Trader Vic's, which opened at the Savoy Hilton in 1958 and moved to the Plaza Hotel in 1965.
Thanks to Jennifer Arenskjold for letting Gossips share this picture, which she received from Liz, the bartender at the Warren Inn, who has worked at the motel since the beginning.