Even thought this picture was taken in 1913, you can see see the outline of the town it is today. And that odd intersection by the bank.
If you click on the image and enlarge you case see lots of detail. Like on the left hand side is T.C. Van Eaton’s store (now a parking lot next to Kirk’s Pharmacy).
The bank hasn’t been built yet, but there seems to be a open space on the corner just waiting for it to be built.
The clump of buildings (center right) is the Snow Hotel is where the Eatonville Manor stands today. The tiny building in the back looks to be T.C. Van Eaton’s original cabin, which was moved to the Milltown park.
This little garage stood on Mashell Ave., next to where Postnet stands today, and was owned by Charley Williams. In fact, that’s Charley Williams standing there in the doorway. The boy to his left is his son Ray Williams.
The picture was taken in 1915 — the same year William Boeing took his first flight lesson. Also, the same year Ford built it’s millionth car.