Mineral, Wash., was a thriving little town in the early 1900s. Mineral came into being when prospectors thought they’d find gold. Alas, all they found was coal and arsenic. Luckily, there was enough wood around to support a sawmill.
This is a shot of Front Street, facing west.
Photo courtesy of the Dunlap family.
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