The Depot Hotel was 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.
Photo courtesy of Pat Van Eaton.
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One response to “Depot Hotel (ca. 1960)”
I came across a 1941 document that listed a person as living at the Depot Hotel in Eastonville, Washington—and employed by the Eatonville LBX—
Any insight into what the LBX stands for is greatly appreciated.
I know that this person later served in both WW2 and Korean conflict.
Thanks in advance!