Postcard circa 1970s: Kummerlowe
Lafayette, Louisiana -- 1421 SE Evangeline Thruway (U.S. 90)

Built at the peak of the Howard Johnson Company's expansion, Lafayette's ultra-modern HoJo's was opened in 1967, and featured the newly introduced A-frame Restaurant design (AKA 'T' style) based on the larger "Concept '65" prototype.

Lafayette's Motor Lodge was purged in 1987 and subsequently became a Comfort Inn, and then at some point the property's owner may have attempted to ugrade the site as a Clarion Hotel, but was apparently unsucessful and it became the poorly rated Acadiana Lodge.

Brochure circa 1990s: Kummerlowe
Postcard circa 1970s: Kummerlowe
Photograph December 2003: Phil Edwards
Photographs July 7, 2001: Kummerlowe
Photographs December 2003: Phil Edwards

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