Hand colored post card of Jonesville, Washington circa 1920. Jonesville was a small coal mining community near the present day town of Ronald, Washington. The Jonesville Coal company was owned by Frank Watzel, Elizabeth Patrick Watzel, August Klaven, Marion Patrick Klaven, William Shaw, and Katherine Patrick Shaw. They operated the mine from 1927 until 1944. The three women were sisters and nieces of Archibald Patrick, who had started the mine in that location.
Central Washington University, "Jonesville Homes" (1920). Frederick Krueger Photographs. 957.
Central Washington University Archives and Special Collections
Spatial Coverage (for ex: Ellensburg, WA)
United States -- Washington (State)
Jonesville, Cascades, Coal, Washington State, Ghost Town