Names of Leading Hotels 1887

Names of Leading Hotels 1887




Baldachin Inn 


Clipped from

  1. The Gazette,
  2. 09 Apr 1887, Sat,
  3. Page 6


  4. Cool Burgess — Minstrel Shows at Reilly’s Hotel

  5. What is Heritage? — The Old Hotel in Almonte

  6. Meeting Your Neighbours — Paul Latour and The Almonte Hotel

  7. The Storm of 1952 –McKeen’s Hotel Window’s Smashed- Dogs Cats and Fowl Die in Barrage

  8. Ompah! Ompah! The Trout Lake Hotel

  9. Queen’s Royal Hotel 1899 Guest List- Names Names Names

    Sam of the Russell Hotel in Smiths Falls

    Did You Know we Once Had a Grand Hotel? The Grand Central Hotel

    The Rules of the Queen’s Hotel in Carleton Place

  10. “You Fight Your Own Battles- I will Fight Mine”– Dan Miller of the Queen’s Hotel

  11. Romancing the Mississippi Hotel

    Carleton Place Folk Art from the Queen’s Hotel –The Millers

    The Leland and Rathwell Hotels on Bridge Street

    Leo Doyle of the Leland Hotel in Carleton Place –Calling All Doyles

  12. McCann’s Hotel Fire in Perth

  13. I Can Dream About You —Early Hotels of Perth

  14. The “Tramp” from Ottawa to Perth 1877 Come Walk With Them

  15. Part 1- Tales of the Chatteron House Corset — Queen’s Hotel in Carleton Place- can be found here.Part 2- Hell on Wheels at Lady Chatterton’s Hotel in Carleton Place– can be found here.

    Part 3- I Will Take Some Opium to Go Please —The “Drug Dispensary” at the Chatterton House Hotel

    Part 4- Chatterton House Hotel Registrar- George Hurdis -1884

    Part 5-What the Heck was Electric Soap? Chatterton House Hotel Registrar

    Part 6-The First Mosh Pits in Carleton Place — The Opera House of the Chatterton House Hotel

    Part 7-All the President’s Men — Backroom Dealings in Carleton Place?

    Part 8- Who Was John Boland? Chatterton House/Queen’s Hotel Registry — The Burgess Family Dynasty

    Part 9-What Happens Behind The Queen’s Hotel Stays Behind the Queen’s Hotel

    part 10-John Sparrow’s Royal Parilion – Chatterton House Hotel Carleton Place

    part 11-The Rules of the Queen’s Hotel in Carleton Place

    part 12 –He Did What? Tales of the Queen’s Hotel

    The Sultans of Swing at The Queen’s Hotel in Carleton Place

    Things That Disappear in Carleton Place — Elgin Street and The Queen’s Hotel Sign

    The Mystery Murals of The Queen’s and Mississippi Hotel


  16. Romancing the Mississippi Hotel

  17. Murders and Mysteries of the Mississippi Hotel

    Thieves at the Mississippi Hotel–When Crime Began to Soar

    All About Lorraine Lemay –Mississippi Hotel

    The Old Side Door of the Mississippi Hotel

    Architecture Stories: The Hotel that Stompin’ Tom Connors Saved

    The Napoleon of Carleton Place

    Grandma’s Butterscotch Pie

    Mississippi Hotel Beer — Brading’s Beer

    In the Mississippi Hotel Mood with Mrs. Glen Miller

    The Mystery Murals of The Queen’s and Mississippi Hotel

    Burnin’ Old Memories –The Mississippi Hotel Fire

    Romancing the Mississippi Hotel in 1961

    Where Was Linda? A Necromancer Photo Blog -Victorian Seance at the Mississippi Hotel

    Spooky Night at the Seccaspina Hotel

About lindaseccaspina

Before she laid her fingers to a keyboard, Linda was a fashion designer, and then owned the eclectic store Flash Cadilac and Savannah Devilles in Ottawa on Rideau Street from 1976-1996. She also did clothing for various media and worked on “You Can’t do that on Television”. After writing for years about things that she cared about or pissed her off on American media she finally found her calling. She is a weekly columnist for the Sherbrooke Record and documents history every single day and has over 6500 blogs about Lanark County and Ottawa and an enormous weekly readership. Linda has published six books and is in her 4th year as a town councillor for Carleton Place. She believes in community and promoting business owners because she believes she can, so she does.

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