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Memories of Friendly Inn Shootout

Submitted by on March 15, 2011 – 11:45 pmNo Comment


Memories of Friendly Inn Shootout, by Pat Hamilton

Memories of Friendly Inn Shootout, by Pat Hamilton, from The Dispatch 3/15/11

Here is another version of the Friendly Inn Shootout by Pat Hamilton, which ran in The Dispatch, March 15, 2011.

Pat knew the family and his accounts are different that written up on the History of Tacoma Eastern Area, written in 1954 by Mrs. Pearl Hengel and Mrs. Jeannette Hlavin. An article that recounts the HTEA story ran in The Dispatch February, 2011



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