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what are these? Cigarette Holders? advertising for Chalfonte Haddon Hall Atlantic City NJ Contact Member
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doublezd 7030 December 13, 1901
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Description: What are these??? Maybe cigarette holders? Chalfonte Haddon Hall Atlantic City; very old and unusual

Are these Cigarette holders???

They are about 3 long
The smoking end is made of a hard plastic or celluloid ?? and this end pulls out to about 1/3 inch. When pushed in, it also serves to line the holder
The end where the cigarette would go may be tin and is approx. 3/8 diameter
The rest isn't metal... and it isn't plastic... maybe a tightly rolled, hardened paper?
Reads Chalfonte Haddon Hall in script; Atlantic City NJ in print.
This hotel was the premiere hotel in Atlantic City beginning in 1900. In 1942, it became a military care center, the Thomas England General Hospital, and was used by Army Air Force recruits for the duration of the war. In 1976, when casino gambling was legalized in New Jersey, the hotel became Resorts International Casino Hotel.
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