|Title||North Side of Sunset looking East, late 1930s|
|Collection||Harriet Fish Collection|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Year Range from||1935|
|Year Range to||1940|
p6, #3 Arcadia book caption:
Boxed goods are stacked on the wooden sidewalk of Mill Street (today's Sunset Way) in this winter scene from the 1930s. The Rolling Log Tavern, Grand Central Hotel, and Snoqualmie Power Station are also visible.
In this late 1930's winter scene, ice and snow as well as sacked and boxed goods are stacked on the sidewalk in front of the Money Saver's Grocery Store. (now the Mandarin Garden Restaurant). Continuing to the right in the photo are the Rolling Log Tavern, Grand Central Hotel & Cafe, Puget Sound Power & Light Substation and centered behind the double set of power poles is the New Issaquah Town Hall, completed in 1930 and demolished in 1996 to make way for the new Police building. This is the north side of the street, looking east.
Streets and Roads
1930 Town Hall
City of Issaquah
Grand Central Hotel