Manufacturer: Mayer China
User: Hotel Continental, Washington, DC
Date of creamer: 1952
Notes: The Hotel Continental was built circa 1910 on 420 N. Capital & E St. facing Union Station and Capital Plaza and was demolished prior to 1975. An office building called 400-444 North Capitol Street is now located on the former sites of both the Hotel Continental and Dodge Hotel.
Taken from 1965 advertisement:
This charming 250-room hotel is located at one of the most historical crossroads in America-Capitol Hill. AAA recommended, and with all of the modern conveniences that today's traveler has come to expect, the Continental is especially appealing to families visiting the Nation's Capital-there is no charge for children under 14 years of age.
White body with dark blue-green/teal floral band in the Persian pattern and stripe with full color Spirit of '76 (drums and fife) shield with Hotel Continental written below.
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