History of the Mill
The Mill Supper Club began as The Green Lantern in 1955, but burned to the ground around 1958. The owner at that time purchased The Mile High Motel and Cabins which would be renovated as the new location for The Green Lantern. One large cabin was moved into place for what was to become The Northwest Passage dining room.
In 1937, that same cabin was made famous when a scene was shot inside for the Hollywood movie "The Northwest Passage", starring Spencer Tracy. Mr. Tracy's portrait hangs on the wall, commemorating the history of The Northwest Passage dining room.
In 1971, Bill Garber (pictured at right) purchased The Green Lantern and began work on the lounge and a new kitchen. A few years later, an addition to The Mill Supper Club would become The Stockade Room. In 1979, The Tamarack Room and a larger kitchen were added on, making The Mill what it is today.
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Wednesday, December 15, 2010