‘Hundreds of railroad graders made the town headquarters. As is invariably the case, there came in their wake all classes of the genus homo, including those who virtuously desired to engage in legitimate business, and those who did not.
‘Boarding and lodging houses, restaurants, saloons, dance halls and gambling hells sprung up in short order to entice from the railroad laborers their hard earned dollars.’
-Illustrated History of Big Bend Country, 1904
‘And Now Drink the Cup’
Camera: Imperial Debonair (c1960)
Film: Kodak Gold 200 (x-10/1988)
Harrington, Lincoln County, Washington