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  • n  someone employed as an errand boy and luggage carrier around hotels

  • The decrease in business travel, the industry says, hurts the local economy, down to the bellboy and hotel housekeeper who are laid-off due to decreased occupancy.
  • A shrunken Big Ben still stands on a hill overlooking Steamer Point, and even in a broken-down hotel, a bellboy answers a summons with a military-style salute.
  • PRINCELY DIGS I knew I was going to like the Souvannaphoum Hotel as soon as the rumpled bellboy showed me into its best suite and began pointing out its features.
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  • Local bellhop recalls his time at the Vendome Hotel
    Jobs in Evansville in 1942 were few and far between for able-bodied 18-year-olds about to be drafted. And so, Paul Edwards was quite happy when the Hotel Vendome hired him in April of that year as a bellboy — or “bellhop,” as the position was sometimes called.
    July 2, 2013 - Evansville Courier & Press

  • Duke Snider in
    So, Zim came to me and said,'I want you to know I'm a good boy; I come in early I have no problems. The first thing I do every morning I read the Bible,' and I thought that was great,Snider said. "At 6 am, the bellboy knocks on door, and...

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