Forest Grove Hotel, Forest Grove


Forest Grove Hotel, Forest Grove


A white 2-story Victorian hotel building, with cross cathedral floor plan, with spindle work on the matching hipped gabled roofs. Italianate windows on first story. 5 smaller gabled windows are visible on east side, on the second story. Trees in foreground. This building was located on the south side of Pacific Avenue between Main Street and A Street. Street is packed dirt with no curb, sidewalk is probably wood. Street car tracks are visible in the street A two story house can be seen on the right, just beyond the hotel. This is the home of Joseph Marsh.
[back] “Postcard”; postmarked “Forest Grove, Oregon, August 9, 1909,” cancelled green one-cent postage stamp. Addressed to “Mr. Bert Nixon, Newport, Oregon.” Text: “Hello Bert! Have a good time for me will you? Am still in the store. But won’t be in a few days. Then I’m going to have another vacation See: Reba is back this morning. Went way out in the woods yesterday had a big time.” Signed “Clara B.

Date Created

circa 1900


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