Victoria Gamage Forwards Bass Rocks Hotel Menu From 1888

Vicki writes-

Found this on the old postcard site also.  Menu from the Bass Rock Hotel in Gloucester, MA.  Dated July 17, 1888 !!!!!


Vicki Gamage



Note how it’s referred to as “The Bass Rock” down at the bottom.

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3 Responses to Victoria Gamage Forwards Bass Rocks Hotel Menu From 1888

  1. Natalie McDonald says:

    I’ve seen the Registry of National Historic Places report, so I know this wasn’t Ocean View Inn and Resort / Twin Light Manor, because that property didn’t exist as a hotel in 1888. So where else could the site of “The Bass Rock” dining room be? I’m assuming Atlantic Road, but what part? The Atlantis? Bass Rocks Ocean Inn? Closer to Eastern Point or more toward Good Harbor Beach? Does anyone know for certain from old city maps perhaps?

  2. judy says:

    Lobster cutlets?! Trying that tonight.

  3. Cliff McCarthy says:

    Gloucester, Mass is HAND written on the bottom of the menu ?
    My search brought me to Bass Rock House/Hotel 1883 Kennebunk Maine.
    Who knows ?

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