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Millers Clubhouse

Millers Clubhouse


Millers Clubhouse

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a.k.a. Crockford Club House

Evansville, IN

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1891 Club house built
c1920 Razed


Latitude: 37.963575
Longitude: -87.543725
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crockford club house Miller & Weil sketch 5-23-1891 out the washington line opening 6=7-1891 pleasure park owned by john miller wash and RR reopened with just miller 1892 noted gambling club largely a failure across from tri state fairgrounds re grand openings 1900/1901 apr 1909 proposed new home of auto club pic 12/11/1907ejn p25 closed 1907 gone by 1912 bought by f grote manufacturing new plant next to OV RR (later IC) 1st floor 5 reception rooms, drawing rooms, bar, kitchen; 2nd flooor help but large room for guests to view races large ground around club house grotes grove (plant ever built?)

See also

The New Club House - Evansville Courier (5/3/1891)
John Miller, gambler, dies in alms house; owned notorious place here - Evansville Journal (5/11/1925) Parks / Recreational district

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