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In early Everett, men had no trouble finding places to quench a thirst. Drinks and rousing company were abundant in Hewitt Avenue saloons. Ornate barrooms welcomed customers. Decor was manly, with dark wood carvings, shining brass hardware and paintings of nude women. Spittoons dotted the floor. Some establishments had hidden booths for women. In the Riverside area, men satisfied other appetites on Market Street — a street so notorious it was long ago renamed Highland Avenue. There, behind a wooden fence meant to shield proper folks from improper sights, were the brothels.
In upstairs rooms, prostitutes serviced willing customers. With some shady places and plenty of strong faces, the calendar is quite a switch from previous editions.
Dilgard said a number of the photos come from an Everett Community College collection. Ed Gilliland, a photo instructor at the college, was responsible for the collection, which Dilgard said included a batch of glass negatives. A dog sits atop the bar, and the place has a fancy gramophone. Ramstad said that in the early s, men living in timber camps were doing extremely dangerous work.
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Michele M. Panello, 49, and Tyler L. Ott, 28, died in the Wednesday crash, officials determined. Bruce C. Anderson, 56, died of blunt-force injuries, according to the medical examiner. Her car reportedly failed to negotiate a curve and struck a utility pole. Until illness sidelined him in , he had been with the station since its launch in So the mission called Vintage Cafe. He brought racial diversity to Superior Court. Instead, the pair was arrested for investigation of burglary.