Glum Hosts

Now that summer has come and gone, the truth about the summer resorts can be told—at least from the financial side. Northern New England resort keepers, it seems, have not wholly enjoyed the summer months. For their tribulations there have been many and various causes.

That perennial scapegoat, the weather, comes in for much abuse; the spring was cold and summer was late. But novel factors have also arisen to make the summer innkeeper unhappy. Chief among these is the "auto camp." Guests no longer arrive bag...

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