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Norton Palmer – 1938

This postcard from 1938, shows Windsor’s Norton-Palmer hotel, as well as the sister hotel acorss the river in Detroit, the Hotel Norton.

The back of the card reads:

NORTON-PALMER HOTEL
NORTON HOTEL
Winsdor, Ont. – Detroit, Mich.
MODERN – FIREPROOF

Situated in the centre of down-town
district overlooking the beautiful Detroit
River and convenient to all roads of
transportation. Cafeteria, Grill, Golf,
Fishing, Boating, Hunting.

Preston D. Norton, Manager.

Rates from $1.50

The Norton Palmer stood on the N.W. corner of Park St. & Pelissier. It was demolished in the 1970’s, and a hideous condo tower sits in its place.

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