Archive for June 21st, 2018

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, June 20, 1924

When the man-trip starts down the slope at Newcastle Mine the men who are going on shift are always ready and waiting. This group was caught by the photographer just before they went on shift. In the front row can be seen H.G. Hagenbush, B.E. Van Alstine, A.C. Marsh, Frank Oriet, Walter Trover, Joe Daler, Otto Sproat, Victor Nelson, Robt. Joughin, and Geo. Brandon. In the back are A.L. Richards, Wm. Eddy, V.J. Ryan, Frank Hollands, and H.S. Syverson. (more…)

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Originally published in the Enumclaw Eagle, June 21, 1989

Talk of the Town went to Black Diamond this week to ask people just what it is about the town that makes them want to live there. We did manage to find a few residents to query in the tiny metropolis.

Carl Steiert (curator of the Black Diamond Museum): Of course, some of us have lived here all our lives—we didn’t have anything to do with that.

I don’t like big cities. I started working for the BD Stage Co., then became a mechanic. It’s pretty out here and I like the small-town atmosphere. The older folks have passed away and now the younger people are coming in. (more…)

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