The Depot Hotelwas built in 1912 and was an happening place in the early 1900s. But like all of us, the years took its tole on the building. Here’s a shot of it around 1960 when it was boarded up and ready to come down.
Below is another shot of it (ca. 1920s) when it was a working hotel.
For more information about the hotel, just click HERE.
We’re fortunate that the Graeber family has these wonderful 1920s photos from the Griffith & Graeber logging company. Here we see a lineup of the trucks loaded up and ready to leave the woods — wide angle lens to less.
The early 20s was an exciting time when it came to technology. The first domestic refrigerator was sold in Sweden and the US has just developed the first portable radio. Today you can get satellite radio in your truck, along with a 12-volt beverage cooler.
For a better look at these tractor-like trucks, just click HERE.
Family picnic on a summer day. Except for the style of the clothes and cars, things haven’t changed much since the 1920s.
The woman behind the children in a round hat is Hettie Williams. Others include Mary Jane (Osborn) Van Eaton (front left), Rose Wenk (left of stroller) and Bill Wenk (right of Rose), and Frank Van Eaton Jr.
If you can name some of these other folks, please let me know.