East side of Main Cross,
between High and Locust
|The Commercial Hotel
behind the Gallatin Deposit Bank
|The Lindell was later renamed the Argonne by owner William Hill, after he served there as a soldier in World War I.||“The [liquor] license of the Lindell expires Monday, Sept. 12th, and that will close out the sale of liquor in Warsaw under license.” Owen County Democrat, Sept. 9, 1887.|
|The Marshall House, on Locust & Main Cross. NKY Views also has this article from 1880 that refers to the “Eagle Hotel at the riverfront, conducted by Ed Marshall.” The two ladies in the upstairs windows may give you a hint at some of the hotel's services.|
More info on the above hotel is in Ed Marshall's obituary, here.
|Brown Hotel, c. 1880's||Weldon's Hotel
Same building as the
Brown. More here.
|Interior of the Brown Hotel
Who are these people? Here.
The Brown Hotel, c. 1950
A few words on the Brown Hotel are here.
Text of an ad from the first Brown Hotel, from 1847, is here.