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Flag Pole Going Up (1914)

Submitted by on December 23, 2015 – 7:00 amOne Comment

Eatonville Bank and Flag Pole (1914)

Eatonville Bank and Flag Pole (1914)

This 1914 image might not be completely straight or very clear, but I love everything about it, including:

• The man at the top of the flag pole (I assume it’s a flag pole), and the ladder and bike the base.
• The fountain between Hotel Snow and the Eatonville Bank.
• The New Mashell street sign.
• the bank looks almost exactly the same.
• the tower behind.
• the dirt streets.
• the Hotel Snow.

The photo is courtesy of the Haynes family.

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