Wiley's Saloon


Wiley's Saloon


Sepia-toned image mounted in a scalloped mat on cardstock. Photo is of a saloon front with several men standing in a row. One man wears a vest and a long white apron; the other are in suits and hats. A Dalmatian dog sits at the feet of one man. The bar front has an awning that has been retracted, and the building sits flush with the buildings on either side. The open doorway features saloon doors and a large, four-paned window on either side. Both windows bear the legend 'Wines & Liquors.' Advertisements for H. Weinhard's Lager Beer hang on the outside of the storefront.
[Back] [black pen] Wiley's Saloon. Bill Wiley at right. [pen] Verne McKinney . Oct. 1967. Hillsboro 1800's [sic] [pencil] late. Where? 2nd Street between Main and Wash. East side of st. [blue pen] Property of Runsew [?]

Date Created

circa 1890s


photographic prints






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