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Title Postcard of Jacob Poinsatte Place tavern at East End Park, Fort Wayne, Indiana, ca. 1912
Description Proprietor Jacob Poinsatte posing in front of the Jacob Poinsatte Place saloon. Also painted on the window is "The East-End Park / Sample Room." It was located at 1016 Maumee Avenue. Jacob Poinsatte (1865-1926), a native of France, was later known as Poinsette. He, his wife Magdeline, and family also lived above the bar. A poster for "Red Man / Red Horse Fronts / Manufacturers' $4000 Contest" dates the image to the summer of 1912, when newspapers advertised this manufacturers and merchants contest. Written on the album page is "Jacob & Magdeline lived there w/" and "Dad Saloon and my candy store."

Place 1016 Maumee Avenue, Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, United States
Date 1912, ca.
Year Range Begin 1912
Year Range End 1912
Subjects Bars
Stores & shops
Fort Wayne (Ind.)
Allen County (Ind.)
Process Photographic prints
Format Postcards
Collection Name Nancy (Poinsette) DeLullo Collection
Object ID ia-0009-0016
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