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Holiday Inn Pool, 
Fishkill, New York 1960s
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Wayfarer Inn Pool; 
Manchester, New Hampshire
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Rest Stop c.1960s

Snapatorium
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Summertime, Poolside!
Yuma Hotel Stardust; Yuma, Arizona 1960s
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Weeki Wachee, 1960s
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Mirage Motel:  1952-1988
AKA; Glass Pool Inn: 1988-2003 
Demolished 2004

In 1955 the Mirage Motel pool was built in order to stand out and possibly draw passing motorists to the motel. The pool was 26 ft. wide, 55 ft. long and 9 feet deep.  It held 54,000 gal. of shimmering blue water which gleamed with a fluid and tempting light… A wondrous oasis that enticed hot, tired travelers through seven, four foot wide portholes. A fantastic site after a long day of driving through the blistering heat of the Mojave Desert. The pool did exactly what it was supposed to do and in the process became an american icon. 
HERE  for more of this great story
Mirage Motel:  1952-1988
AKA; Glass Pool Inn: 1988-2003 
Demolished 2004

In 1955 the Mirage Motel pool was built in order to stand out and possibly draw passing motorists to the motel. The pool was 26 ft. wide, 55 ft. long and 9 feet deep.  It held 54,000 gal. of shimmering blue water which gleamed with a fluid and tempting light… A wondrous oasis that enticed hot, tired travelers through seven, four foot wide portholes. A fantastic site after a long day of driving through the blistering heat of the Mojave Desert. The pool did exactly what it was supposed to do and in the process became an american icon. 
HERE  for more of this great story
Mirage Motel:  1952-1988
AKA; Glass Pool Inn: 1988-2003 
Demolished 2004

In 1955 the Mirage Motel pool was built in order to stand out and possibly draw passing motorists to the motel. The pool was 26 ft. wide, 55 ft. long and 9 feet deep.  It held 54,000 gal. of shimmering blue water which gleamed with a fluid and tempting light… A wondrous oasis that enticed hot, tired travelers through seven, four foot wide portholes. A fantastic site after a long day of driving through the blistering heat of the Mojave Desert. The pool did exactly what it was supposed to do and in the process became an american icon. 
HERE  for more of this great story
Mirage Motel:  1952-1988
AKA; Glass Pool Inn: 1988-2003 
Demolished 2004

In 1955 the Mirage Motel pool was built in order to stand out and possibly draw passing motorists to the motel. The pool was 26 ft. wide, 55 ft. long and 9 feet deep.  It held 54,000 gal. of shimmering blue water which gleamed with a fluid and tempting light… A wondrous oasis that enticed hot, tired travelers through seven, four foot wide portholes. A fantastic site after a long day of driving through the blistering heat of the Mojave Desert. The pool did exactly what it was supposed to do and in the process became an american icon. 
HERE  for more of this great story
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Summertime, Poolside!

Beacon Manor Hotel/Motel 
Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey
The Pie Shops
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Niagara Falls c.1950s
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Autopia, Disneyland 1959
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Minnie and Mickey c. 1955
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Disneyland entrance showing Monorail 1960s
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Disneyland entrance 1960
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Disneyland Entrance ca. 58
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Disneyland Entrance ca.1966
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Customer Service!