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Eatonville Hotel – 1963

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Eatonville Hotel, 1963

If you were walking down Mashell Ave., past Key Bank, toward the Roxy, on the right you would see the Eatonville Hotel. It was part of the Eatonville landscape for many decades.

It was built in 1912 and was known as the Snow Hotel. In 1913, the rates were $2.00 a night, which would have been around $46.00 today. Not a bad deal.

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Photo courtesy of the Baublits family and late photographer Joe Larin.

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