Photo Friday, Wabaunsee Tavern, Lake Wabaunsee
This is a view of the signs hanging on the end of the Wabaunsee Tavern, sometimes referred to as the Lake Café. This building was located on the north shore of the lake, near the beach. This view from the 1940s is courtesy Dean Dunn.
Welcome to Photo Friday. We have two photos today from lifelong Eskridge resident, Dean Dunn, both taken at Lake Wabaunsee in the early 1940s. These views are both of the Wabaunsee Tavern, which operated a small luncheonette on the north shore of the lake, near the beach.
This is a view of the front of the Wabaunsee Tavern or the Lake Café, located on the north shore of Lake Wabaunsee. I like the sign near the door, “We loan cameras. Films For Sale.” This view from the 1940s is courtesy Dean Dunn.
For more views of Lake Wabaunsee, visit our lake gallery. https://wabaunseecomuseum.org/2016/10/24/lake-wabaunsee/