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1920 - SNOHOMISH LOGGER HOTEL DESTROYED IN EARLY MORNING FIRE


1920 - SNOHOMISH LOGGER HOTEL DESTROYED IN EARLY MORNING FIRE

EVERETT, May 19 - The Cherry Valley hotel, operated at that place by the Cherry Valley Timber company, was destroyed by fire which started about 1 o'clock this morning.

Between twenty and thirty guests, including Thomas Williams, treasurer of the company, escaped with only their sleeping garments. The loss is estimated at $13,000, covered by insurance.

The hotel operated for employes of the company, was a two-story frame building, 40 by 90 feet. The blaze is thought to have started from a hot water heater on the first floor. This is the third hotel in Snohomish county burned in four weeks.

 

Bellingham Herald

Bellingham, Washington



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