Mansard House

Also known as:  Ingalls House

Other:

The Mansard House.  The proprietor of this hotel is Captain Maloney, an old pioneer, who erected the first part of his hotel in 1874.  The Mansard is a large and commodious house, well-kept, with good meals, and clean, neat bed-rooms, and does a very large business.  (brochure on the history of Grand Forks, microfilm, personal collection, donated to Chester Fritz Library Department of Special Collections, Page 45)

Capt. Maloney has commenced work on the extensive additions to the Mansard House, and already the frame looms up conspicuously.  When the new addition is completed the Mansard will be one of the most commodious and central hotels in town, and all concede that Capt. knows how to run one.  (Grand Forks Herald, Thursday, June 3, 1880, Volume I, Number 50, Page 1)

Mansard House, Hugh E. Maloney, Proprietor.  (Minnesota State Gazetteer and Business Directory including Dakota Territory, 1880-81, Volume II, R. L. Polk & Co. and A. C. Danser, Page 864)

Mansard House, DeMers street, C. L. Boardman, Proprietor.  (Grand Forks Daily Herald, Sunday, January 8, 1882, Page 4)

Capt. Maloney has made improvements on the Mansard House to the extent of $500.  (Grand Forks Daily Herald, Saturday, June 24, 1882, Page 1)

 

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