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Lake Twelve Refreshment Stand

Black and white nitrate negative image, June 22, 1925, of a group of men, women and children standing on the porch and steps of a refreshment stand at Lake Twelve, near Black Diamond, King County, WA. Signs on the building include: Bathing Suits for Rent; Lunch Counter. A Register book is mounted on a nearby tree, and signs for Orange Crush and Coca Cola are at the tree's base, Asahel Curtis, photographer.


Creation Date: Jun. 22, 1925

Catalog ID: 1943.42.48387

Call Number: Curtis 48387

Object Types: negative, cellulose nitrate, print, photographic, album, photograph

Creator: Asahel Curtis

Dimensions: Width 10 in . Height 8 in

Related Subjects: King County, Black Diamond, WA, Lake Twelve, recreation, woman, child, boy, girl, The Coca-Cola Company, Orange Crush, swimming, Asahel Curtis, suit, bathing, lunch