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101 The 101 offered a cafe, curios, and fuel in Edgewood, New Mexico. alvarado The Alvarado was a member of the Harvey House family of hotels. It was demolished in the 1970s. (Albuquerque, New Mexico) ambass Ambassador Lodge, Gallup, New Mexico. roys Roy's Motel and Cafe--along with the fuel station next door--comprised pretty much all that Amboy, California had to offer. american The American Way Motor Court, St. James, Missouri. arcadia This double-sized postcard features a panoramic view of the Arcadia Lodge in Kingman, Arizona. arrow The Arrow Motel in Amarillo, Texas, featured the Tam O' Shanter cafe right next door. arroyoseco Very early view of the Arroyo Seco bridge, which would later carry Route 66 traffic through Pasadena, California. autotel The Auto-Tel Court in Albuquerque, New Mexico included a small curio shop. beacon The Beacon Motel in El Reno, Oklahoma sat at the junction of three U.S. highways--66, 81, and 270. The Beacon many years later became the Big 8. belaire Bel-Aire Manor Motel, Springfield, Illinois. The reverse of the card boasts of bigarrows Big Arrows Trading Post, Houck, Arizona, seems to have offered a little bit of everything for the passing motorist. camprose Camp Rose Auto Court, on the western outskirts of Springfield, Missouri. carpenters Carpenter's Drive-in, in Santa Anita, California, was a purveyor of carrico Carrico Court--in the shadow of the Sandias--was proud to offer cherokee Cherokee Trading Post and Restaurant, Clinton, Oklahoma.