Bitter Root Inn history

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Paul Ringstrom
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Bitter Root Inn history

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Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

Roderick Grant
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Re: Bitter Root Inn history

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St. Paul Pioneer Press has "numerous photographs of the [Bitter Root] Inn" in its morgue? That would be interesting. All I have ever seen of the building is the one exterior photo in Storer.

SDR
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Re: Bitter Root Inn history

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Yes---those would be great to see. This is classic Wright, an inspiration to the world's architects---or might have been. It isn't found in Wasmuth . . .

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