|Hans Pederson's Pack Team|
While still in Texas, Baker’s mother gave him a seedling from a butternut tree. He told his mother that wherever he put down his roots, he would plant that tree. As of 1964, the tree was still there. Walter Baker and his family remained in the area. He rented the buildings to the newly arrived family of Josef and Anna Mensik in 1902.
|Van Eaton's Original Counter|
Out of the trading post, Van Eaton ran the “post office.” His first task as Post Master was to receive a registered letter, delivered by stagecoach, on December 13, 1890. Letters were few and far between. Five years later, with the increase in mail, Van Eaton built a separate cabin on the corner of Mashel Street to house the Post Office.
|Van Eaton's General Store (TC on the stairs)|
|Van Eaton Shop and Home|
Nate and Charlie Williams aboard the Willamette
|Otto Hanyes and Potlatch|
Postal Service Fred Matheny 1900
|Clyde Williams and Geroge Martin 1902|
|Eatonville Depot and Hotel|
|Hotel Snow (next to Key Bank on Mashell Ave)|
|Front Porch of Van Eaton's Store|
Vance was full of himself.
|Red Men Hall|
|Eatonville Lumber Company 1908|
|1908 Road Crew (Men would get together and smooth out or re-build to maintain the local roads)|
|Backyard Picnic 1897|
|Blacksmith Shop 1908|