Roslyn, Pennsylvania Avenue V



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Roslyn, Pennsylvania Avenue V


Kittitas Co. (Wash.) -- Streets, Historic; Historic streets -- Washington (State) -- Roslyn; Streets -- Washington (State) -- Roslyn; Pennsylvania Avenue (Roslyn, Wash.); Commercial streets -- Washington (State) -- Roslyn; City and town life -- Washington (State) -- Roslyn; The Brick Saloon (Roslyn, Wash.); Roslyn Bank (Roslyn, Wash.); Gustna-Poniero-Ramsay Barbers (Roslyn, Wash.); Jean's (Jeans) Beaute Shoppe (Roslyn, Wash.); Cuculick Beer Parlor (Roslyn, Wash.); Log Cabin Beer Parlor (Roslyn, Wash.); Pioneer Parlor (Roslyn, Wash.); Slim's (Slims) Place (Roslyn, Wash.); Masonic Temple (Roslyn, Wash.); The Medical-Dental Building (Roslyn, Wash.); Pine Cone Confectionery (Roslyn, Wash.); Low Dentist Office (Roslyn, Wash.); Central Drug (Roslyn, Wash.); Northwest Improvement General Merchandise (Roslyn, Wash.); Pioneer Grocery (Roslyn, Wash.); Hartman's Meat Market (Roslyn, Wash.)


Looking northeast down Pennsylvania Avenue toward First Street several of Roslyn's businesses can be seen. Most of the wooden buildings and brick structures were built during the 1890s when coal mining brought hundreds of mining families to the area. Businesses that lined both sides of Pennsylvania Avenue during the late 1930s were the Brick Saloon, Roslyn Bank, Gustna-Ponerio-Ramsay Barbers, Jean's (Jeans) Beaute Shoppe, Cuculick Beer Parlor, Log Cabin Beer Parlor, Pioneer Parlor, Slim's (Slims) Place, Masonic Temple, the Medical-Dental Building, Pine Cone Confectionery, Low Dentist Office, Central Drug, Northwestern Improvement General Merchandise, Pioneer Grocery, Hartman's Meat Market, Public Meat Market, and Cascade Telephone. Many homes were built on the slopes of the surrounding foothills.Postcard title handwritten in white ink, "Pennsylvania Ave - Roslyn, Wash."




Ellensburg Public Library


Ellensburg Public Library


ca. 1940.


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4" x 6 3/4" b/w enlarged reprint of original photograph postcard.