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This is an image of the doorway of the Grand Union Hotel leading to the parlor. It is one half of a stereo view.
These are images of the Arcade in Congress Park which ran between Congress and Columbian Springs Pavilions. The Arcade has a solid roof and large widows which open to let in the breeze. The walkway is sparse, with chairs set up for people to sit.
These are images of the Arcade which connected the Congress and Columbian Springs. The pergola style roof and open air design allowed for the growing of a variety of plants. People sat along the walkway, enjoying snacks they had purchased from a…
These images depict the interior of the remodeled Congress Spring Pavilion. The Dipper Boy stands behind an ornate bar set in front of stained glass windows. People stand in line for a glass of the Congress Spring water.
These are images of the landscaping completed in Congress Park. The newly built bandstand is far more ornate than its predecessor. The paths are lined with trees and flower gardens are laid throughout the park.
These images were taken from the roof of the Columbian Hotel across Broadway . The Civil War Memorial stands in front of the entrance to the park. Congress Spring is to the left and Columbian Spring to the right. In the background stands the…
These images were taken from outside the park on the hill on Broadway. On the far right can be glimpsed the bandstand. The paths between the pavilions are well defined and the landscaping is mature.
These early images depict the Congress Spring, the Bandstand and the Columbian Spring in what is known as Congress Spring Park. A wrought iron fence surrounds the property and runs along East Congress St.
A Dipper Boy reaches into the tube containing the flow of the Congress Spring. A wooden bar surrounds the spring and people are standing around it, drinking the waters. The pavilion itself is simple in lines. Written in the border of the card is the…