Views of Infinite Variety, from Glimpses of Ocean to Quaint Villages
The story on an August Sunday in 1916 began:
The three-hundred-mile jaunt over Cape Cod, as outlined by the Automobile Club of America, offers a tour of much enjoyment to the motorist.
Roads in first-class condition; views of infinite variety; broad marshes -- whence come the famous Cape Cod berries; quaint villages, each with its picturesque white church; refreshing glimpses of the ocean, and innumerable beaches gay with Summer visitors and swimmers sporting in the surf, present a series of pictures of unusual charm.
Accommodations run the gamut
Accommodations on the Cape vary from those of metropolitan magnificence to the old-fashioned simplicity of picturesque inns; the climate is ideal and the air is always cool from the salt and invigorating breezes of the ocean... (The drawing below of a 1916 Moon Motor Company's Club Roadster which sold for $1,650.)
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