Al Capone’s Miami Gardens
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These images are from Miami Gardens. 1929 NCR Class 2000 Accounting Machine.  This was registered to Henry A. Baumann in 1929, and was used for tracking up to 30 categories for inventory, payables, receiveables and payroll.  This equipment is considered an early computer and was designed for larger businesses accounting for huge sums of money, not a restaurant.  We think it was left behind because it looked like a cash register. Hand Painted Oil Mural Walls in office and upstairs master suite, very much like the walls in Al Capone’s Lexington Hotel suite. Headboards - Original headboards and railings from the 11 rooms upstairs, once used as part of the bawdy services.  Each room contained a bell button on the wall to summon the staff from downstairs. Al Capone’s Master Shower & Bath - This room is all original and matches exactly the type, style and color of Al Capone’s master shower in his 5th floor suite at the Lexington Hotel. Ramp into Basement - This ramp was used to bring vehicles in and out of the basement.  The basement was built to accomodate parking, deliveries and storage.  Two antique vehicles with bullet proof glass were taken out of the basement before the building changed hands.
Al Capones’s Miami Gardens

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These images are from Miami Gardens. 1929 NCR Class 2000 Accounting Machine.  This was registered to Henry A. Baumann in 1929, and was used for tracking up to 30 categories for inventory, payables, receiveables and payroll.  This equipment is considered an early computer and was designed for larger businesses accounting for huge sums of money, not a restaurant.  We think it was left behind because it looked like a cash register. Hand Painted Oil Mural Walls in office and upstairs master suite, very much like the walls in Al Capone’s Lexington Hotel suite. Headboards - Original headboards and railings from the 11 rooms upstairs, once used as part of the bawdy services.  Each room contained a bell button on the wall to summon the staff from downstairs. Al Capone’s Master Shower & Bath - This room is all original and matches exactly the type, style and color of Al Capone’s master shower in his 5th floor suite at the Lexington Hotel. Ramp into Basement - This ramp was used to bring vehicles in and out of the basement.  The basement was built to accomodate parking, deliveries and storage.  Two antique vehicles with bullet proof glass were taken out of the basement before the building changed hands.
© 2017 National Claim Resources, Inc.