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Palmyra Hotel interior, South Glassell at Palmyra, Orange, California, ca. 1900
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 1900
Publication Information
Orange Public Library
Contributing Institution
Orange Public Library and History Center
Orange Public Library Local History Collection
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Palmyra Hotel on South Glassell at Palmyra, Orange, California, 1900. Built by Charles Z. Culver, opened on July 28, 1887. Image shows interior view of a parlor with a piano in the corner, several paintings on the walls, and several chairs and tables, lamps and other furniture placed around a large floral carpet. The hotel was sold to various different owners, among them W. Fowler in 1889, and James Nunn in 1905. Rooms rented as apartments until 1955. Hotel was razed in February, 1970, later becoming the site of the Santiago Bank, constructed in 1979.
Photographic print
27.9 x 35.2 cm.
Orange (Calif.)
Historic buildings
Hotels--Orange (Calif.)
Palmyra Hotel--Orange (Calif.)

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