Interior view of an unidentified saloon believed to have been at Cle Elum, Washington. The saloon most likely belonged to the AF of L (American Federation of Labor) and, thus, possessed a sign indicating that it was a "Union Bar." Miners, all being good union members of the United Mine Workers of America, weren't going to patronize a non-union business.
"Taverns - Cle Elum, Washington " (1900). Frederick Krueger Photographs. 398.
Frederick Krueger Collection, Central Washington University Archives and Special Collections
Spatial Coverage (for ex: Ellensburg, WA)
United States -- Washington (State)