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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 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…

The original pavilion over Congress Spring is shown in these images. A wrought iron fence surrounds the area.

The Congress Spring was first drawn by artist Augustus Knoller; his original work was copied and elaborated on by so many followers it is almost difficult to differentiate one from another. These images show the Congress Spring and Columbian Spring…


These images were taken in Congress Park near the Congress Spring. In the foreground is a box camera set up to take a picture. Buildings on Broadway can be seen in the background.

These are images of a Dipper Boy at High Rock Spring. The young man is holding a long stick with a holder for two glasses. The stick in lowered inside the hole and the glasses are filled. The conical shape of the tufa is prominent.

These images depict several elaborate carriages with horses, drivers and patrons aboard parked in front of the High Rock Pavilion. The bottling plant is in the background. Growing trees are supported by wooden stakes all around the pavilion.