A postcard featuring four colored photographs of the Governor's House Hotel in Montgomery, Ala. The photographs include a photo of the front entrance and carport, the golf course, the interior of the Rotunda Restaurant, and an aerial view of the hotel.
The back reads, "The Governors House Motel, on Montgomery, Alabama's Southern Bypass, connecting highways 85, 65, 231, 331, 31, 82, & 80 is master planned with all the luxuries of a private country club. Golf, horseback riding, and swimming are listed among the outdoor activities. The noiseless privacy of each guest room, the rare dining experience of the Filibuster Lounge make this truly a "stay to remember."
A postcard featuring the Dixie Walesbilt Hotel at the time known as the Groveland Motor Inn which operated for just two years. The back reads, "Central Florida's most convenient hotel—100 beautiful rooms—all double beds—color tv—pool—superb dining facilities—nightly dining and entertainment—exceptional banquet and convention facilities up to 125—major credit cards accepted—40 minutes from Walt Disney World—nearby shopping, direct dial phones—warm and informal atmosphere."