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Bath Houses in Sulphur Springs, I.T. and Sulphur, OK
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The Brown Cottage was located SE of Pavilion Springs, at the corner of
East & South Sts. in old Sulphur Springs, I.T. It was advertised
as a "budget-priced resort."
The Bland Hotel was built at a reputed cost of $50,000, but was never
occupied as a hotel because the government took the land around the
springs for a reservation before the hotel was finished.
A rare full-length photo of The Shannon House. It's distinctive
3-leaf-clover roof facade is seen in the background of many photos of old
Sulphur Springs, I.T. Notice the children playing in the snow.
The McKemie Hotel.
The Sulphur Springs Inn was located on the hill in old Sulphur
Springs, I. T., on the NE end of Beach Ave. (also known as Shanty
Row) along the banks of Rock Creek . The Sulphur Inn was also called the
White Sulphur Inn.
The Sulphur Springs Inn, after it was moved to the
corner of 4th and Broadway in Sulphur and renamed the Park Hotel. It
stood across the street from the Vendome Park and was operated by Mr.
& Mrs. W. L. Townsley.
The Summit Hotel, was located at 809 W. Tishomingo and
was one of 13 hotels and 10 rooming houses in Sulphur, OK in the
1910's. Guest capacity was 100. Daily rates were
$1.00-1.50. Some of the steps remain today. Marion Lee was the