Willard Library - Photographs from Battle Creek's History - Hotels and Taverns
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Hotels and Taverns

BATTLE CREEK HOUSE
  • Battle Creek House, stagecoach stop and hub of social life, 1836-1866
  • Battle Creek House, corner Main and Jefferson Streets, 1836
  • Plaque for Battle Creek House, early stagecoach stop and hub of social life
  • Advertisement of Battle Creek House, 1857

  • BARNEY TAVERN

  • Third Barney Tavern, built 1842
  • Third Barney Tavern, 1935
  • Site of Barney Tavern, built 1834
  • Site of first Barney Tavern, built 1833

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  • KELLOGG INN, LATER HART HOTEL
  • Kellogg Inn
  • The Inn, downtown B.C.
  • Kellogg Hotel (later Hart Hotel Motor Inn, 1973) corner of Washington and Van Buren
  • Hart Hotel (Kellogg Hotel), 9 N. Washington, view from South
  • Kellogg Hotel (later Hart Hotel)
  • W.K. Kellogg Inn logo, reproduced from B.C. phone book cover, August 1942
  • Kellogg Hotel (later Hart Motor Inn, 1973) corner of Washington and Van Buren
  • Hart Hotel, corner of Washington and Van Buren, seen from McCamly Park
  • Hart Hotel, corner Washington and Van Buren Streets
  • Hart Hotel, corner of North Washington & West Van Buren Streets

  • LASALLE HOTEL & HI-LO CLUB

  • Hi-Lo Club in LaSalle Hotel
  • LaSalle Hotel, May 1940
  • LaSalle Hotel, March 1940
  • Hi-Lo Club in LaSalle Hotel
  • Hi-Lo Club in LaSalle Hotel
  • Hi-Lo Club in LaSalle Hotel
  • Automobile in front of LaSalle Hotel
  • Hi-Lo Club in LaSalle Hotel (postcard)

  • POST TAVERN

  • Post Tavern, McCamly Street
  • Tavern sites, East Main Street district
  • Tavern, near first Grand Trunk depot
  • Tavern on South Jefferson Street
  • Livery barn of the Bristol House, East Jackson Street
  • Tavern at Yorkville, built 1836 by Foster Gilkey
  • Tavern across road from old mill
  • Rochester House, run in 1872 by Chas. Lewis
  • Post Tavern
  • Post Tavern, early 1900's
  • Post Tavern Hotel
  • Post Tavern, circa 1912
  • New Post Tavern, southwest corner of Main & McCamly
  • Site of Post Tavern
  • Post Tavern, McCamly Street entrance
  • Post Tavern, bridge over McCamly, and Post Theatre on right
  • Post Tavern, McCamly Street (1917 postcard)
  • Post Tavern, McCamly St.reet (1918 postcard)
  • Post Tavern (1907 postcard)
  • Post Tavern (postcard)
  • Post Tavern, McCamly Street and Jackson Street

  • OTHER BATTLE CREEK HOTELS & TAVERNS
  • Brick store and office building built by Daniel Reilly to replace old hotel, 1872
  • Joe Shaw Tavern, West Jackson Street, established 1840's
  • Henry's Tavern, East Michigan Avenue, established 1834
  • Williams House, drawing dated 1895
  • Crane House, an early hotel on Jackson Street
  • Arnold House being torn down, 1936\
  • Crane House (hotel), 5 West Jackson Street
  • Halladay House in 1900, Hodges and Halladay, Taverns proprietors
  • Olde Town Tavern, November 1987

  • HOTELS & TAVERNS OUTSIDE BATTLE CREEK

  • Robinson House on road from B.C. to Hastings
  • Bristol's Tavern on road from B.C. to Hastings Tavern
  • Marshall's National House Inn, Michigan's oldest hotel structure
  • National Hotel, Marshall, photographed 1935
  • J. Manigin Hotel, on Eagle Street, Marshall
  • Marshall House in 1849
  • Marshall House, built 1838
  • Tavern in Hickory Corners, established circa 1872
  • Tavern in Hickory Corners, established circa 1872
  • Union Hotel, Bedford, established circa 1872
  • Facey House, first brick building in Calhoun County
  • Hartum Tavern, Assyria, built circa 1870
  • Old tavern, Hickory Corners
  • Lee Tavern, Irving, Barry County
  • Kalamazoo part of Yankee Springs Hotel
  • Old stage tavern, Orangeville Township
  • Old tavern, Yorkville
  • Superb specimen of old-time tavern, north of Richland
  • Mar-Creek Tavern & Wrestling Arena, Old U.S.12
  • Mar-Creek Tavern & Wrestling Arena, Old U.S.12
  • Old tavern, Tecumseh, September 1937
  • Remains of old tavern, Tecumseh, September 1937
  • Galesburg House, famous old tavern in Galesburg
  • Hank Bennett's tavern, Galesburg
  • Old Green Mountain Hotel, Homer, 1935 (postcard)
  • Pantlind Hotel, Grand Rapids (postcard)
  • Eden Springs, Benton Harbor