Catherine “Kittie” O'Brien Porter Heit had Francis Carney construct this neat brick hotel. Round-arched first-floor openings are juxtaposed with second-floor windows that have Italianate, segmental-arched tops. Once a humble, $1-a-night hotel for miners, the St. Elmo was rehabilitated in the 1980s as a bed and breakfast, offering elegant Victorian accommodations and Continental cuisine in the Bon Ton, as Kittie first called the dining room a century ago.
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St. Elmo Hotel
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