Bellevue Hotel

Block 10 - Bellevue Hotel

In 18990, a guest would pay as much as $4 per day to vacation at the Bellevue Hotel, a lot of money in those days! Located on the island which bears it’s name, the hotel was famous for chicken, fish, and frog leg dinners and a popular place during Lake Orion’s heydey.

Drawing: Doug Baker
Applique: Nan Malone & Kathleen Pat Elliott

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