ES History: Dunbar, Beyer Theatre, Albany Hotel, and More

Every week it seems there are more and more bits of history being shared about Excelsior Springs! Check out this week’s posts featuring our little town:

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The ES Hospital shared this image of the Beyer Theatre but the date of its closing was contested in the comments and the Excelsior Springs Museum and Archives commented with some further details!

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In celebration of Black History Month, Kevin Morgan shared some history about the Albany Hotel, that is located on South Street downtown.

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In the comments, Traviss Rohde shared these great images, explaining that the house was next to the brick building and eventually burned down. The brick building later became a garage, but the upstairs was used as a bath house.

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For more great Excelsior Springs History, check out these other blogs:

ES Class of 1965 and Video of our History

ES History: Featuring Whizzo the Clown

Remembering “Goodtimes” Restaurant

Excelsior Springs History Highlights

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