This is the Castaneda Hotel in Las Vegas, New Mexico. It was being remodeled at the time. Today, the hotel is partially open while the rest is being remodeled in a period dining room and kitchen, and then condominiums.
This is the main dining room of the hotel. Men were required coats and ties, and women wore long dresses.
Fred Harvey commissioned a custom line of dinnerware for his restaurants. They are quite collectible today.
This is the Rawlins Building that was used as a Harvey Girl dormitory during WWII.
A typical uniform of a Harvey Girl. From the Harvey House Museum in Belen, New Mexico.
A typical method for how the Fred Harvey House restaurants were so successful at providing food on short turnaround schedules for the railroads.