Old Commercial Hotel


Old Commercial Hotel


Sepia-toned image of a two-story, gabled building with a number of people standing in front of it and on the second-floor balcony. The ground is covered in snow, and all the people are dressed for winter. A number of boys stand in the snowy street in the right front corner of the image, one holding a snowball with his arm cocked and ready to throw. The girls stand with the adults on the porch. There is a gas streetlight at the corner just before the hotel, next to the sign for the hotel.
[Front] [pen] Old Commercial Hotel, 2nd & Washington St., Hillsboro, N.W. Corner. [pencil] about 1866. [Back] [ink] Property Roselare. Old Commercial Hotel, 2nd & Washington Sts. N. W. Corner. [pencil] Burned down about 1911. [pen] Burned down Jan 12, 1912 [pencil] or 1909. [pen] See Argus.

Date Created

circa 1866


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