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Tuller Hotel - Old photos

This view of Washington Boulevard and Clifford shows the southern side of the 1906 building.

The Statler, left, Tuller, right, with the United Artists and Michigan theaters behind.

This 1914 photo shows the last touches being put on the Statler, left, and addition of the Tuller.

The interior of the Tuller had become rundown by 1982.

The interior of the Tuller had become rundown by 1982.

The interior of the Tuller had become rundown by 1982.

The rundown Tuller in 1982.

In this photo, you can see how decrepit the original 1906 building had become.

The rundown Tuller in 1982.

The Tuller in 1973, when it was on its last legs.

The Hotel Tuller in the 1920s.

The Tuller Hotel in its glory days. The Hotel Statler is to the left.

The interior of the Tuller had become rundown by 1982.

The Tuller was known as the Grand Dame of Grand Circus Park.

The grand dames of Grand Circus Park

The Tuller hides behind the Hazen S. Pingree Monument.

The Tuller behind a tour vehicle.

This 1920s photo shows the vast development of Grand Circus Park.

This photo from about 1920 shows the Tuller and Grand Circus Park.

The David Whitney Building, from left, Statler Hotel and the Tuller.

The Tuller was the first key piece in the development of Grand Circus Park.

The Tuller, at left, when construction was wrapping up on the second addition in 1914.

A Tuller guest is rescued during a deadly fire on Jan. 17, 1959.

Photo from the Library of Congress.

The northern side of the Tuller in 1982.

The rear of the Tuller, note the United Artists Theatre marquee at left.

The southern side of the Tuller in 1982.

The rundown Tuller in 1982.

The rundown Tuller in 1982.

The rundown Tuller in 1982.

The Tuller suffered a deadly fire on Jan. 17, 1959.

The Tuller suffered a deadly fire on Jan. 17, 1959.

The Tuller suffered a deadly fire on Jan. 17, 1959.

The Tuller suffered a deadly fire on Jan. 17, 1959.

The Tuller in 1972, a few years before it closed. The Statler Hotel is at left.

The Hotel Tuller in 1953.

The Tuller, center, with the Statler Hotel at left and the Kales Building on the right, in 1936.