Friday, September 14, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 18

The following excerpt is from the booklet Illustrated Hudson, N.Y., published in 1905.

KLINE'S HOTEL--(Formerly the Everett House.) 705 Warren street. H. R. Phone 47. Col. Phone 147. Wm. J. Kline, proprietor. Since acquiring this location Mr. Kline has refurnished it in the most up-to-date style and thoroughly remodelled the house. The hotel is not only centrally but is pleasantly located, being on the main street of Hudson and opposite one of the city's prettiest parks. Mr. Kline has been located at this present place for a year, having formerly for five years conducted the Farmers Hotel, of the city. A fine bar is conducted in connection with the hotel, and here all the most tempting beverages of the day are served to appease the inner man.  As mine host Mr. Kline is one of the most genial of his kind in the city, and this fact has been a potent factor in building up the fine trade he enjoys. A first-class livery is conducted in connection with the hotel.

705 Warren Street today--Sweeps

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