||Taylor, Frank H. (Frank Hamilton), 1846-1927
||Fox Chase Tavern
||View of a hotel hotel with a wraparound porch and people standing in front, while a horseback rider and a horse-drawn carriage
wait outside. A sign above the entrance reads, "Fox Chase Hotel."
||This typical example of the once plentiful and profitable road houses of the suburbs was located at Rhawn Street when the
northeastern section of the city was still open country and, as its name suggests, the sport of fox hunting was still in vogue.
Such of these old hostels as yet remain, although no longer centres of convivial resort, at least provide interesting subjects
for the pencil of the artist.
||Taylor Catalog Number: 329
|Is part of
||Frank H. Taylor Collection
||Taylor - Case 9-24 [2717.F]