Towns along the C & D Canal had hotels to accommodate travelers passing through this part of the Delmarva Peninsula, at the top of the 20th century. The St. Georges spot for lodging appears to be busy with an automobile and two carriages parked outside. This is a Ed Herbener postcard from about 1912.
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