Red Were the Stones and Trampled Mud

‘The usually conceived idea of the eastern visitor to the west is that its towns are composed of clusters of rude huts thrown heterogeneously together without regard to comfort or attractiveness. But with Harrington this is far from being the case.

‘All the brick blocks are artistic and substantially constructed. The city has been built with an eye to symmetry in its future growth. No buildings now standing in Harrington would look outre, or misplaced in a city of many thousands of inhabitants.’

-Illustrated History of Big Bend Country, 1904

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‘Red Were the Stones and Trampled Mud’

Camera: Imperial Debonair (c1960)
Film: Kodak Gold 200 (x-10/1988)

Harrington, Lincoln County, Washington

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