Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Hidden Inn  



The 'Hidden Inn" is mention in the 1903 gossip columns of the lake - but there is not mention as to location nor as to the owner only those who were staying there or who had stayed there.


Some of the quips are: 1903 - Dec 31 - Miss Della Oglesbee, of Laporte, Miss Hortense Phillips, of Goshen, Mr. Earl Hely, of Carthage, Mr. Harold Keith , of Gosohen, are being entertained this weel at a houre party by Miss Julia and Mr. Harry Manson at the Hidden Inn.

1904 - Mar 3 - Miss Julia Lamson of Indianapolis, vistied her parents, Mr.and Mrs Frank Lamson of the Hidden Inn, several days last week

1904 - Apr 14 - AN ENJOYABLE EVENING. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamson entertained about forty friends at the Hidden Inn last Wednesday evening. In cinch the first prizes were awarded to Mrs. Henry Speyer and Mr. W. H. Porter and the consolation prizes to Miss Maude Koontz and Mr. Arthur Morris A delicious lunch was served afier which the party indulged In dancing during remainder of the evening.

1904 - May 5 - Frank Lamson Buys The Ross House at Plymouth. Frank Lamson, proprietor of the Hidden Inn (Palmer House,) has purchased the Ross House at Plymouth and took possession last Thursday.

Frank ran the Ross House at different times before purchasing the Hidden Inn and is an old hand at the business. Mrs. Lamson, with the assistance of Harvey Steele, will run the Ross House while Mr. - Lamson keeps control of the Hidden Inn


1904 - Aug. 18 - M. Cox,, of Plymouth is visitiong her daughter, Mrs. Frank Lamson and family of the Hidden Inn.

1904 - Aug 25 - Mrs M. W. Carr and son, of Indianapolis are quests at the Hidden Inn.

Palmer House ~~ Maxinkuxkee Inn ~~ Culver Inn ~~ Culver Motels







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