Not a postcard
All these cards are of the Sinton Hotel which was located on the South east corner of Fourth and Vine. It had 450 rooms in the beginning but later additions added another 300 rooms. It was built in 1907. The Sinton was considered the city's most stylish hotel with its "French Second Empire" look with a reinforced concrete skeleton. This was the hotel where the visiting Chicago "Black Sox" players allegedly agreed to throw the 1919 World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. The hotel was demolished in 1967.
Ladies dining room-same picture The Kneipe
Grand dining room same room set up for banquet Coffee Shop
Candy Shop Huyler's-Another Candy Store
The Grand Gallery The Convention Hall Bridal Reception Room
The Forest Glade The Billiard Room The Writing Room
Three cards showing the lobby Baxter's Tours
The RPPC above shows one of the Sinton Hotel meeting rooms set up for some type of a discussion group, (the card does not explain).
For some reason I have never seen a postcard of the Sinton's bar, except the later Lamp Post Corner below. Therefore I had to resort to the photograph above.
Cincinnati Street Railway pass to be used on Sunday 11/3/40 for the Bird Club Show that was being held at the Sinton Hotel. It allowed the holder to ride almost any car to get to and from this event.
LAST CARDS OF SINTON
Lobby Lamp Post Corner