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Greetings

Greetings from Cedar Point. Unusual with babies and ladies making up the letters.
Circa 1907

Greetings from Cedar Point

Greetings from Cedar Point. Each letter containing a different scene from the resort.
Circa 1940's

Boardwalk

Bathers with their long bathing suits and parasols parade down the boardwalk.
Circa 1906

Bathing Beach

Bathing beach with bathhouse, which was built in 1910. Hand colored.
Circa 1910's

Bathing Beach

Beach view showing the old Grand Pavilion (left) and the Hotel Breakers (right).
Circa 1920's

Bathing Beach

Looking east at the bathhouse on the beach with a view of the Sea Swing (left).
Circa 1910's

Bathing Beach

The famous bathhouse at Cedar Point showing the Sea Swing and the Water Toboggans.
Circa 1910's

Shady area

A shady area near the beach and boardwalk.
Circa 1910's

Bathing Beach

Beach scene with numerous bathers.
Circa 1940's

Bathers

Photo postcard showing a group of bathers having a fun time on the beach.
Circa 1900's

Bathers

A photo postcard showing the same group bathers on the beach.
Circa 1900's

Bathers

Bathers lined up revealing their bathing attire, which would seem unusual today.
Circa 1900's

Grand Pavilion

Grand Pavilion with the doomed tower still present and Music Pavilion in front.
Circa 1900's

Grand Pavilion

Grand Pavilion with the doomed tower removed and Music Pavilion in front.
Circa 1905

Grand Pavilion

Grand Pavilion with the doomed tower removed and Music Pavilion in front.
Circa 1907

Grand Pavilion

Guests strolling in front of the massive Grand Pavilion. Porch is now enclosed.
Circa 1910's

Grand Pavilion

Grand Pavilion then known for the auditorium, which is present on the second floor.
Circa 1910's

Grand Pavilion

The spacious auditorium on the second floor of the Grand Pavilion.
Circa 1910's

Dining Hall (Grand Pavilion)

The eastside entrance of the Dining Hall of the Grand Pavilion.
Circa 1911

Dining Hall (Grand Pavilion)

The early Dining Hall located in the Grand Pavilion.
Circa 1910's

Grill Room and Cafeteria (Grand Pavilion)

The eastside entrance of the Grill Room and Cafeteria of the Grand Pavilion.
Circa 1925

Green & Silver Dining Room (Grand Pavilion)

The remodeled Dining Hall located in the Grand Pavilion.
Circa 1925

The White House Hotel (left) and the Bay Shore Hotel (right).

The White House Hotel (1901) and the Bay Shore Hotel (1899) on Sandusky Bay.
Circa 1905

The White House Hotel

View of The White House Hotel from Sandusky Bay. Built in 1901.
Circa 1900's

The White House Hotel

View of The White House Hotel from a place where the Cedars Hotel additions would be.
Circa 1900's

Cedars Hotel

The White House Hotel is remodeled and with new additions becomes the Cedars Hotel in 1915.
Circa 1910's

Cedars Hotel

Cedars Hotel entrance with Tiffany stained glass windows now present in the Hotel Breakers lobby.
Circa 1910's

Cedars Hotel

Cedars Hotel entrance with Tiffany stained glass windows now present in the Hotel Breakers lobby.
Circa 1920's

Cedars Hotel

A view of inside the Hotel Cedars showing the stained glass windows and wicker furniture.
Circa 1910's

Cedar Point Pier

Arrivals to Cedar Point from the Sandusky Bay Dock.
Circa 1905

Decorative arches

Decorative arches with red, white and blue lights greeted guests on the way to the resort.
Circa 1910's

Cedar Point Pier

The Cedar Point Pier with a steamer full of guests ready to enjoy their vacation at the resort.
Circa 1920's

Lake Landing

Cleveland, Detroit, and Toledo boat landing on the northern tip of the peninsula.
Circa 1910's

Cedar Point Pier

The Cedar Point Pier in Sandusky that would pick up guests for a trip to Cedar Point.
Circa 1910's

Steamer G. A. Boeckling

The double-ended Steamer G. A. Boeckling which was put into operation in 1909.
Circa 1910's

Steamer G. A. Boeckling

The double-ended Steamer G. A. Boeckling which was put into operation in 1909.
Circa 1910's

Hotel Breakers

The Hotel Breakers, opened in 1905, in its first few years. Hand colored.
Circa 1909

Hotel Breakers

The Hotel Breakers opened in 1905, in its first few years with a view of the famous beach.
Circa 1910's

Hotel Breakers

The Hotel Breakers opened in 1905, in its first few years with a view the many bathers.
Circa 1910's

Hotel Breakers

The Hotel Breakers with the Bon Air Annex wing, which was added in 1925.
Circa 1930's

Hotel Breakers

The Bon Air Annex wing at the Hotel Breakers that was added in 1925.
Circa 1925

Hotel Breakers

One of the wings of the Hotel Breakers that is covered in ivy.
Circa 1920's

Hotel Breakers lobby

The lobby of the Hotel Breakers from when it originally opened. Hand Colored.
Circa 1910's

Hotel Breakers lobby

A view of the Hotel Breakers lobby from another angle, showing the staircase.
Circa 1910's

Hotel Breakers lobby

The remodeled lobby showing the covered banisters and other noticeable changes from 1935.
Circa 1935

Hotel Breakers lobby

The lobby of the Hotel Breakers from the 1960's.
Circa 1960's

Hotel Breakers rotunda

The five-story high rotunda in the Hotel Breakers with balconies to guestrooms.
Circa 1900's

Hotel Breakers interior

A cozy corner in the Hotel Breakers with a oriental theme.
Circa 1900's

Tavern Terrace (Hotel Breakers)

Added in 1935, the Tavern Terrace was added near the hotel as an outdoor stage area.
Circa 1935

Chautauqua

The Chautauqua was a outdoor area at Cedar Point.
Circa 1910's

Aeroplane View

An aerial view of Cedar Point showing the Amusement Circle (left) and Hotel Breakers (right).
Circa 1910's
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