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

Saloons & Taverns !--Title-->



Believe that some local earl "Receratioanal Hall's" and Pool Halls may fit into this page.

Gerard Saloon (102 S. Main)

1903 - Andy Vorhees has bought the saloon interests of John Wolfofr in Culver and will conduct the business after this himself. He will also handle oysters and runs a lunch counter - - Citizen

1906 - May 17 The Booze Question

    Culver, the little town on Lake Maxinkuckee, which recently voted sallons out of the bailiwick, will now have a "club". Yesterday at Indianapolis the Maxinkuckee Club of Culver was incorporaterd for social purposes; directors J. Henery Geiger, Carl Rees, Frank Bauer, all of Logansport people - Exchange.

    Wolfords former saloon at the depot has been opened as a "quart house" where under a governement license liquor and beer can be sold in quantites of not less than a quart to be drank off the premises.


Corner Tavern ( 117 S Main)

Crouch's Tavern ( 117 S Main)

Culver City Tavern - A. B. Long Proprietor (115 S. Main)

Esther's Corner Tavern ( 117 S Main)

Garnand's tavern (1946-1948) 1 block south of bank Formerly Jordon's

Hawkins Tavern (117 S. Main)

Hawkins Tavern - Mrs. Lottie Duddleson (Lake Shore Dr.)

Hayes Tavern (1935)

Lake View Tavern (1943) - Opposite Depot

Jordan's Tavern - Delbert Jordan - purchases Hawkins Tavern, Mar 28, 1945. of - Mrs. Lottie Duddleson

Kreuzberger's Park and Saloon (1894-1906) - Col Robert Kreuzberger

Myer Beer garden (1886-1894) Antone Mayer

Menser Tavern - (1931-) E. Washington St. 1 block from lake. (Old Morris House)

Taylor Tavern (1938) - Hayes Building "Opposite the Depot"






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