Thursday, February 26, 2009

Clark Hotel Kitchen

The town of Van Horn has been a crossroads for travelers from the very earliest days..for the Apache, soldiers, the Butterfield Overland stagecoach travelers, and early settlers and ranchers. The town's Clark Hotel--now a museum--housed travelers for overnight stays as they moved across the country. A block wide, with the railroad on the north and the highway on the south, it housed and fed many a traveler since the early 1900s. You can visit the Clark Hotel Museum; for information, click here.

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