Nellie Van Eaton in her Garden
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T. C. Van Eaton may be known as Eatonville’s founder. But what about his wife? Because everyone knows that behind every man there’s a great woman.
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Eatonville’s 4th of July – 100 years ago

Submitted by on July 4, 2012 – 9:00 amNo Comment
Early Mashell, ca. 1910

Early Mashell, ca. 1910

Eatonville has been having a 4th of July parade for as long as there as there’s been an Eatonville. Here is 4th of July when the town was young, Mashell Ave. was still a dirt road and electricity was a new thing. But just like today, people are lining the streets to celebrate the 4th.

This shot of Mashell is looking toward the high school (which hadn’t been built yet). The building on the left is where the parking lot next to Kirk’s Pharmacy sits.

Happy 4th of July everyone.

Photo courtesy fo Debbie and Gary Saint.

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