First Elms Hotel - 1888
Milwaukee Depot
Blenders Restaurant (later Gold Dust)
DX Station on Thompson Ave
2020.106.6a
Original Siloam Spring Pavilion - 1888
Sheraton Elms Tallyho
Wabash Depot (now Wabash BBQ)
2020.84.13a
Siloam Spring Pavilion & Sulpho Saline Pavilion - 1905
Salt Sulphur Spring Pavilion by Elms Hotel
Excelsior Springs Fair Association Harness Race - 1909
Excelsior Springs
Castle Rock Hotel (later Spa View Nursing Home)
John Q Taxpayer - in front of Hall of Waters
2020.106.7a
Excelsior Springs Hunt Club
Jones Soda Well
2020.70.3a
Riding Club in front of Benton Hotel
Broadway Buffet (aka Atlas)
Excelsior Springs Mineral Water Bottling Company
Regent Spring Park with Swinging Bridge in the background
First Elms Hotel - 1888 Milwaukee Depot Blenders Restaurant (later Gold Dust) DX Station on Thompson Ave 2020.106.6a Original Siloam Spring Pavilion - 1888 Sheraton Elms Tallyho Wabash Depot (now Wabash BBQ) 2020.84.13a Siloam Spring Pavilion & Sulpho Saline Pavilion - 1905 Salt Sulphur Spring Pavilion by Elms Hotel Excelsior Springs Fair Association Harness Race - 1909 Excelsior Springs Castle Rock Hotel (later Spa View Nursing Home) John Q Taxpayer - in front of Hall of Waters 2020.106.7a Excelsior Springs Hunt Club Jones Soda Well 2020.70.3a Riding Club in front of Benton Hotel Broadway Buffet (aka Atlas) Excelsior Springs Mineral Water Bottling Company Regent Spring Park with Swinging Bridge in the background

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414 S. Thompson is a busy place this weekend with the Hitch Lot Garden Show! It's great to see an historic building being repurposed. It was built in 1917-1918 by whom and for what purpose? Check out the next edition of our newsletter, "The Phunn," for more on the advent of "Monster Garages"! Mailing to members next week. Not a member? Join now at www.esmuseum.com. ... See MoreSee Less
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414 S. Thompson is a busy place this weekend with the Hitch Lot Garden Show! It's great to see an historic building being repurposed. It was built in 1917-1918 by whom and for what purpose? Check out the next edition of our newsletter, "The Phunn," for more on the advent of "Monster Garages"! Mailing to members next week. Not a member? Join now at www.esmuseum.com. ... See MoreSee Less
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