Froglegs; Probaby for hotel market. Left Unknown, Garnett Sisk, Julian Schwab.
A Fine Catch
Arcadia Hotel Located on the Arcardia Grill site
Hamby Hotel and Hamby's Well
Costumed for photograph at the bluffs
Production area for Hamby High Ball and Salts
Main St, Dawson Springs, early 1900s
Toledo Baseball Club Assn.
Phillips' Hotel and Bath House, Poplar Street
Excursion boat on Tradewater, photographed at the conjunction of Hopkins, Caldwell and Christian counties
Interior of Hamby's well
Original Hendrix House located on what is now Hwy 62 West, north side.
View of boarding house looking toward center of town, Hwy 62 west, I.C. Depot on Redden's Chevron site.
Early visitors to Dawson Springs, Main Street
Early picture of the New Century Hotel and Hamby Hotel
Main Street, Dawson Springs
Interior of old Commercial Bank, now Dawson Springs Museum and Art Center.
Visitors to Dawson Springs arriving via Illinois Central Railroad, located on what is now hwy 62.
Full view of Illinois Central Railroad Depot
Dedication Day of Outwood Veterans Administration Hospital, 22 Feb 1922.
Dawson Springs baseball team [no date given]
Summit House, owned by the Ramsey family, on Railroad Ave.
Main Street looking north from Hamby's well.
Main Street looking north.
'The White City' excursion boat on Tradewater.
Columbus Senators Baseball Club.
Summit House, Railroad Ave.
Summer visitors, Hamby Hotel
Clarksville 'Kitty' League, 1916
'Before and after' testimonials for the healthgiving Dawson Springs Mineral Water.
Hamby Well, exterior entryway.
Potter Boarding House and Hotel on Ramsey Street
Hotel Niles, South Main Street
View of Dawson Springs, North, from the tower of the New Century
The Lisanby House
Arcadia Hotel, later expansion.
The Scott residence, corner of Munn and South Main Street.
Untold gallons of mineral water concentrate were shipped in this manner for many years.
Pittsburg Pirates, 1915 - 1917 spring training.