The Hotel Irvin Cobb, circa 1928<br /><div align="left">
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The Hotel Irvin Cobb was built on the former home site of the Weil family. Mr Weil had been mayor of  Paducah , and is credited as having been a major influence upon the hotel having been built. The hotel was officially dedicated by local author Irvin S. Cobb in April 1929.  This photo shows the hotel just starting to rise from its foundations. It is located at 6th and Broadway, and today is used as apartments for those with special needs. Many of the artifacts from the hotel can be seen at the  Market  House  Museum .



   
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