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Commercial Hotel Minneapolis, Kansas

Updated Mar 25, 2024
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Commercial Hotel Minneapolis, Kansas
Commercial Hotel at the northeast corner of Mill and 2nd in Minneapolis, Ottawa County, Kansas Was in operation from approximately 1875 to when it was torn down in approximately 1908.

Photo is property of the Ottawa County Historical Museum
Date & Place: in Minneapolis, Ottawa County, Kansas 67467, United States
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