These shots of the Eatonville Bank are interesting, not just because they were taken in 1964, and things haven’t changed all that much, but because also of the sign out front.
Listed are the following if you continued on Center Street:
2 Mountain Highway
If you were going to continue on Mashell:
29 Rainier National Park, Via Scenic Route
5 Clay City
Gary Hendrickson said he used to live in the arpartment over the bank, and it looks from this shot that there was still an apartment.
If you want to read more about the bank—and the robberies—click HERE.
Photos courtesy of the Baublits family, taken by Joe Larin.
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