[Yates Center, Kansas]: :[circa 1890s?]. Black and white photograph measuring 7½” x 9½” on card mount measuring 10 7/8” x 13 ¾”. Photo very good plus with several light soil spots; mount very good with heavy corner wear.
A crisp image of the Woodson Hotel in Yates Center, Kansas, probably taken before the turn of the century. The photo shows a number of men, probably laborers and their bosses, during a break in the digging of a ditch and laying of pipe. A family in a horse-drawn carriage can be seen in the background, as well as a sign for Tom Keene cigars. The hotel was built in 1887 of Yates Center sandstone blocks and is now a luxury apartment building.
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