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Potter Hotel (Santa Barbara, Calif.) (1903-1921)

 Organization

Biography

Milo Potter sold the hotel in 1919 and it became the Belvedere. The following year, it became part of the Ambassador chain and was rechristened the Ambassador.

Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:

Fritsche (John C.) Historic Photograph Collection

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2018-039
Dates: 1907 - 1945
Found in: Gledhill Library

Garcia (Alice Ruiz) photograph collection

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1997-016
Dates: 1877 - 1927
Found in: Gledhill Library

Gillette (E. F.) Postcard Collection

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 1991-019
Found in: Gledhill Library

Guests rate hotels on quality of food, 1973-11-18

 Item
Content Description From the Collection:

Six scrapbooks contain all thirty years of the weekly local history columns written by Mrs. Rouse for the Santa Barbara News-Press newspaper. Numbering approximately 1,500, the articles are cataloged by keywords in the Gledhill Library Subject Index. See Arrangement note for date range of articles within each scrapbook.

Dates: 1973-11-18

Heyday of the famous Potter Hotel, 1982-03-14

 Item
Content Description From the Collection:

Six scrapbooks contain all thirty years of the weekly local history columns written by Mrs. Rouse for the Santa Barbara News-Press newspaper. Numbering approximately 1,500, the articles are cataloged by keywords in the Gledhill Library Subject Index. See Arrangement note for date range of articles within each scrapbook.

Dates: Publication: 1982-03-14

Hotel Fire Had Far-Reaching Effects, 1971-05-02

 Item
Content Description From the Collection:

Six scrapbooks contain all thirty years of the weekly local history columns written by Mrs. Rouse for the Santa Barbara News-Press newspaper. Numbering approximately 1,500, the articles are cataloged by keywords in the Gledhill Library Subject Index. See Arrangement note for date range of articles within each scrapbook.

Dates: 1971-05-02

Isaac Bonilla Interview, 1963-07-25

 File
Content Description From the Collection:

The Santa Barbara Legacy Reel Audio Tape Collection contain recordings of oral histories, radio programs, meetings, lectures, telephone conversations, ceremonies, and music perfomances of local old timers and influential people. These ninety-eighty (98) quarter-inch (1⁄4") reel-to-reel magnetic tapes represent the earliest audio recordings made by the Santa Barbara Historical Museum.

Dates: 1963-07-25

New Potter Hotel brought many visitors here in 1903, 1978-07-09

 Item
Content Description From the Collection:

Six scrapbooks contain all thirty years of the weekly local history columns written by Mrs. Rouse for the Santa Barbara News-Press newspaper. Numbering approximately 1,500, the articles are cataloged by keywords in the Gledhill Library Subject Index. See Arrangement note for date range of articles within each scrapbook.

Dates: Publication: 1978-07-09

Old Potter resort hotel was massive and deluxe, 1978-06-25

 Item
Content Description From the Collection:

Six scrapbooks contain all thirty years of the weekly local history columns written by Mrs. Rouse for the Santa Barbara News-Press newspaper. Numbering approximately 1,500, the articles are cataloged by keywords in the Gledhill Library Subject Index. See Arrangement note for date range of articles within each scrapbook.

Dates: Publication: 1978-06-25