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Name Courtland Hotel

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Image of 2000.010.0001 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0001 - Print, Photographic

B/w photo of the Courtland Hotel's exterior taken from the corner of Taylor and Main Streets. The Main Street Christian Church is in the background. Cars parked on Taylor St. by the hotel appear to date in the 1940s. See Notes

Image of 2000.010.0002 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0002 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel lobby featuring a tiled floor, wooden columns, and arm chairs of rose colored velvet. There is a picture of Gen. Douglas MacArthur hanging on the back wall.

Image of 2000.010.0003 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0003 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel's front desk and magazine rack. There is a movie poster on the right side for the movie entitled "The Falcon Takes Over," which was showing at the Sipe Theater.

Image of 2000.010.0004 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0004 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel front desk with Mr. Sidney Jones, front desk clerk, standing behind the counter. Standing in front of the counter are hotel manager, Clifford D. Tucker Sr. and his wife, Dorothea Kennel Tucker. The movie poster at the right shows that "The Falcon Takes Over" was showing at the Sipe Theater.

Image of 2000.010.0005 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0005 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel's front desk. Standing behind the half-door (the postal telegraph counter) is an unidentified woman and man. Behind the front desk from left to right is Mr. Sidney Wyrick and Sidney Jones.

Image of 2000.010.0006 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0006 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel's front desk. Standing behind the counter (l/r) are Sidney Wyrick and Sidney Jones.

Image of 2000.010.0007 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0007 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of Courtland Hotel's dining room and part of the lunch counter. The intricately tiled floor is shown very well.

Image of 2000.010.0008 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0008 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of Courtland Hotel's dining room with a full view of the lunch counter. The floor in intricately tiled. There is a coat tree on the right and a children's high chair on the left.

Image of 2000.010.0009 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0009 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel's lunch counter with two unidentified waitresses posing behind it. An unidentied man is sitting on a stool at one end of the counter.

Image of 2000.010.0010 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0010 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel's kitchen showing pans hanging from a ceiling rack, dishes on shelves, tile flooring, and on the left, the sink and a table with two telephones.

Image of 2000.010.0011 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0011 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel's kitchen taken from the opposite side as #2000.010.0010, showing pans hanging from a ceiling rack, plates on shelves, the cutting block in the foreground, and the stove with a hood above it on the left. The sink and table with the telephones are on the right.

Image of 2000.010.0012 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0012 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel's kitchen with five employees posing. The women are identified as (l-r) Lorene Williams, Betty Gilbert, Barbara Ballard and Maggie Murphy. The chef, posing with a knife, is Roy Royer.

Image of 2000.010.0013 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0013 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo inside of the Courtland Hotel's maintenance area.

Image of 2000.010.0014 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0014 - Print, Photographic

B/w interior photo of the Courtland Hotel's boiler with the engineer, New Owens. On boiler doors: "AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY IDEAL WATER TUBE KEEP TUBES CLEAN"

Image of 2000.010.0015 - Print, Photographic

2000.010.0015 - Print, Photographic

B/w portrait of Clifford D. Tucker Sr., manager of Courtland Hotel from 1934 to 1942.

Image of 2001.055.0001 - Print, Photographic

2001.055.0001 - Print, Photographic

B/w photograph of Jerry Sue Tucker. Written on the back: "Jerry Sue Tucker West Taylor along side Courtland Hotel Probably 1939 Age 2 1/2 Stuffed Toy Dog." In acc. file: "The History of the Courtland Hotel" and Volume 29 Issue 7 of Museum Highlights. V.Molino 04/08/2014

Image of 2001.055.0002 - Print, Photographic

2001.055.0002 - Print, Photographic

B/w photograph of Jackie and Clifford Tucker, Jr. Written on the back: "Jackie Ann and Clifford Tucker Jr. Probably 1939 Ages 15 & 17 West Taylor St. along side Courtland Hotel."

Image of 2003.031.fic.0240 - Print, Photographic

2003.031.fic.0240 - Print, Photographic

Paving North Main Street between Taylor Street and Jackson Street on July 30, 1899. On the left is the Lindell Hotel (later Courtland Hotel) and the Main Street Christian Church. This church later burned and was replaced by the structure that was destroyed by fire in December 1970. On the north side of the church, Jackson Street runs west from Main. Lower right of picture shows curbs for Taylor Street. The street car pictured is a Plate Glass car returning from the North Main Street run. Car will continue south to Sycamore Street, then east to Ohio Street and south to the Plate Glass Company. (Plate Glass is on the sign at the top of the car.)

Image of 2001.023.0028 - Postcard

2001.023.0028 - Postcard

"Sunday in Kokomo" - Southeast view of the "Courtland Hotel" at Main and Taylor Streets with Main St. Christian Church to the north

Image of 1974.077.0332 - Print, Photographic

1974.077.0332 - Print, Photographic

A crowd gathered along railroad tracks, waiting for a train to arrive bringing soldiers home from World War I by the Kothe Wells & Bauer Co., Wholesale Grocers. The top of the Courtland Hotel is visible in the background.