Wheat Growers Hotel


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Built in 1918 by F. Cunningham the Wheat Growers Hotel is an important part of Kimball's History.  This hotel was the most popular place in town for both travelers on the railroad and locals.  With it's restaurant, ballroom, and 86 rooms the hotel could more than house an adequate number of guests each night.  In 1919 the hotel was visited by President Dwight Eisenhower and his family.  More information about the Hotel can be found at wheatgrowershotel.com