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[Tony Faust Bar & Cafe with teams]

Photograph of Tony Faust Bar and Cafe, 114 E 5th, Olympia, WA, Thurston County. The cafe is in a 1 1/2 story clapboard building. Sashed windows are at the second floor. Storefront windows flank the central entrance. A sign reading "Tony Faust/Bar & Cafe" is over the door. More commercial buildings are on either side of the Faust cafe. There is a retractable awning over the front. In front of the business there are two wagons, each being pulled by a team of two horses. One appears to be a sort of omnibus with a long bed and an awning over it. The lefthand horse has a blanket reading Clark & Son. A man in overalls is standing next to it, holding the reins. He is wearing a wide-brimmed hat and has a cigarette or cigar in his mouth. The other conveyance is lower-slung, possibly a buggy or wagon. Two men stand between the two teams. Both have hands on hips; one wearing overalls and another a working man's clothes. The street is paved with bricks and there are trolley tracks in the foreground. Robert Esterly, photographer


Creation Date: ca. 1914

Catalog ID: 2010.149.24.2

Object Types: negative, glass-plate

Creator: Robert Esterly

Dimensions: image height 4 in . image width 6.5 in

Related Subjects: Tony Faust Restaurant Olympia, WA Thurston County tavern cafe Fifth Avenue (Olympia) horse team, horse omnibus saloon wagon awning buggy Trolley track