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Eatonville Gang – 1910

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Wild Eatonville Gang, ca. 1910

Wild Eatonville Gang, ca. 1910

In 1910 Eatonville was home to a wild and wooly gang . . . of little boys.

The boy in second row, second over from the right, is Dan Christensen. He would be named President of the Mashell Telephone Company in 1953.

Photo courtesy of Pat Van Eaton.

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