The Dining Hall of the Grand Union Hotel, Sarasota, was the largest Dining Hall in the world. Europe had spa towns and thus The United States found their own springs, too. Since 1872, Saratoga Springs was just a short ride up the Hudson River to escape muck of the New York City to the fresh air of the country. One would dine well, take the good waters and air, and entertain oneself at the casino or the horse track. Saratoga today still bottles the water in heavy blue bottles.
Published by B.W. Kilburn (Littleton, NH) in 1882.
There is some fading to the photographs and the back has some small stains.
Weighs 0.5oz and measures 7 x 3.5 inches.