Barney’s Matchbook Cover
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Locals know Barney’s Corner as a gas station, but early on it was much, much more.
I believe this matchbook cover comes from around the 1940s. Back then there was food and dance.
Barney was Keith Malcom’s brother …

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Support Eatonville History at 2011 Art Festival

Submitted by on August 6, 2011 – 3:19 pmNo Comment
Mr. C.A. Stahlberg, Manual Training Tacher in front of the a 1920 GMC School Bus, 1923

Mr. C.A. Stahlberg, Manual Training Tacher in front of a 1920 GMC School Bus, 1923

Just wanted to let everyone know that this weekend at the Eatonville Art Festival there are two history booths.

Eatonville Historical Society
At the Eatonville Historical Society booth you will find:
• lots of artifacts
• books to buy written by local authors Abbi Wonacott and Donald Johnstone
• membership applications, and
• someone to answer any questions — like me if you’re there Saturday morning.

The Eatonville Project
At the far end of the Art festival will be the Eatonville Project booth, that is raising money to produce “You are Here” historical materials for Eatonville School District students. They have calendars and postcards for sale, like this one. (Which, by the way, were created by Chris Bivins.)

Come on down and look around, and if you’re in the mood, support your local history groups!

 

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