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The Hotel Iroquois was originally built as a home by island blacksmith Robert Benjamin in 1900. In 1904 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Poole purchased the home and transformed the Benjamin house into the Hotel Iroquois. Mr. Poole named the hotel after the Iroquois Hotel in Chicago in which he survived the great Chicago fire of 1871. After Mr. Poole's death his daughter, Alicia, managed the Iroquois until 1954 when Sam and Margaret McIntire purchased the property. Since then the McIntire family have personally managed the forty-six room hotel and dining room.