Heinrich Adam Müller
Heinrich Adam Müller built the Heidelberg in 1860. He called it "The Great Western Hotel." Photo from ancestry.com.
Heinrich Adam Mueller's family
According to records, Heinrich Adam Mueller and his wife, Eva Marie Steiss, had 14 children. Photo from ancestry.com.
Men's Beverage Room
In days long gone, men and women socialized in separate rooms at The Heidelberg.
Heidelberg Professions 1864
This describes Heidelberg and lists the professions and businesses that existed at that time. The original builder, Heinrich Adam Müller, is listed as Henry Miller. Photo from ancestry.com.
The Heidelberg around 1900
This image is from a postcard that was written by a 10-year-old from Linwood in about 1900.
Heidelberg Professions 1867
Three years later, Heidelberg grew by 100 people. Henry Miller is still included in the list of professions and businesses that existed at that time. Photo from ancestry.com.
Horse and buggy
The Heidelberg is in the heart of Mennonite country.
Honky Tonk Piano With Ozzie
Ozzie played piano at the Heidelberg Restaurant on friday and saturday nights for over 20 years, just a small fraction of the over 70 years he's been playing piano