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Welcome to Eatonville, 1955 and Today

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Welcome Sign to Eatonville 1955

Back in 1955, long before it was Nevitt Park, there was just a simple sign that welcomed people to Eatonville and a street sign that directed people to the city center and to Mt. Rainier via Scenic Route 29.

I personally love this street sign because “29” was obviously hand painted in as an afterthought.

Welcome sign in Eatonville

Today the park, which was named after the town’s Dr. Nevitt, may be a little showier, but the town is still just as simple and sweet.

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

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