Robert Fulton Hotel

Manufacturer: Syracuse China
User: Robert Fulton Hotel
Date: 1929
Notes: Robert Fulton invented the first steamship to sail the Hudson River from New York City to Albany in 1807. This commercial ferry service enabled thousands of people to visit the Catskills for vacation. The city of Fulton, New York, as well as many other towns, streets and schools around the country were named after him. There is some question whether Fulton County in Georgia was also named for him.

It is not known if this pattern was used at the New York City location at 228 West Seventy-First Street, which was built prior to 1918 or the 15-floor 300-room Atlanta, Georgia location at 114 Luckie Street, N.W., which was opened in 1924, renamed The Georgia in 1951 and demolished at some point.

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Robert Fulton Hotel 2

White body, dark green rim, center design in full color of the Clermont paddlewheel steamship flying the American flag with a banner below reading Robert Fulton Hotel.

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