Stock Photo - Abe Warner opened his saloon on Meigg's Wharf in 1856, and it soon was called the Cobweb Palace. He loved spiders, and allowed them for years to spin their webs. in saloon. He added nude paintings, caged monkeys, and a parrot that swore in four languages. Ca. 1870s. (CSU_ALPHA_1747) CSU Archives/Everett Collection

Stock Photo: Abe Warner opened his saloon on Meigg's Wharf in 1856, and it soon was called the Cobweb Palace. He loved spiders, and allowed them for years to spin their webs.

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