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Hagedorn's Tavern

Hagedorn's Tavern
Hagedorn's Tavern

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a.k.a. Mundo's Saloon

2037 W Franklin St
Evansville, IN

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1883 Mundo's Saloon
1935 Hagedorn's Tavern


District: Independence
Latitude: 37.980722443057
Longitude: -87.595394253731
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Style: Gable-front


the second recognizable survivor from the independence era is this plain, gable fronted building which was erected in 1883 for PHilip Mundo. Originally, it served a combination of purposes: as a wine and beer saloon, a boarding house and as a personal residence for the six-member Mundo family. Mundo ran his saloon until about 1892 when he began leasing out the premises. During the early 1900s there was a succession of proprietors selling spirits or, during Prohibition, soft drinks and ice cream. Since 1925, the building has acquired the status as a West Franklin St fixture under the name of Hagedorn's


See also Businesses / Commercial Independence district

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