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Hotels & Homes on Lake Maxinkuckee

Hotels

Hotels and Inns of Lake Maxinkuckee

 

Images of Assorted Hotels & Inns of Lake Maxinkuckee

East Shore:

 The Allegheny House  -  The Bay View Place - The Bide-A-Wee

North Shore: 

The Jungle - The Culver Inn - The Palmer House (see The Culver Inn) - The Maxinkuckee Inn (see The Culver Inn) - Kreuzberger Hotel - The Lake View Hotel

West Shore:

The Arlington Hotel - Chadwick's Hotel

See also:

Hotels, Homes, and Properties of the Town of Culver Articles and Writings on the Hotels and Inns of Lake Maxinkuckee:

The East Shore Drive Historic District - a history of the architecture, recreation, and families of the East Shore.

Hotels, Inns, and Club Houses on Lake Maxinkuckee by Mark Roeder

"And Where Did You Stay?" by Bob Hartman, Culver Academies' archivist

Judi Burns' Website on the Hotels of Lake Maxinkuckee

Homes

Homes and Properties of Lake Maxinkuckee

 

Images of Homes and Properties on Lake Maxinkuckee

East Shore:

The "House of a Thousand Candles" - The Bradley Cottage - The Bigley Cottage - The Maple Grove House - The "Howell House" - The Vonnegut Cottage(s) - Bramfeld Cottage - The Bliss Cottage

North Shore:

 Vandalia Railroad Station & Park - The Gazebo (or "Round Stand") at Vandalia Park - The Lighthouse in Vandalia Park - The Maxinkuckee Chautauqua  Assembly Grounds 

West Shore:

Long Point - The "Pottawattomie Wigwam"

Assorted Cottages & Properties

Writings on the Homes and Properties on Lake Maxinkuckee

The East Shore Drive Historic District - a history of the architecture, recreation, and families of the East Shore.

Historic Homes on Lake Maxinkuckee - a 1980 article by Bob Rust.

Chicago Girls Make Hit at Indiana Summer Resort," 1905 article from the Chicago American.

Lake Maxinkuckee from Daniel McDonald's History of Marshall County, mentions some of the cottages on the lake in the late 19th and early 20th centuries (near the end of the piece). In PDF or HTML format.

Judi Burns' writings on the Cottagers and Cottages of Lake Maxinkuckee