Eleanor Hein Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
Eleanor Hein talks about her family's migration to Roslyn, Washington (family name: Blazina). She talks about her grandfather's work as watchman for the Northwestern Improvement Company No. 9 Mine in Roslyn, and speaks about African American families in town. She describes businesses and recreation in Cle Elum, as well as the Milwaukee Railroad and Depot. She talks about her school days in Lester, as well as wildlife and recreation in Lester (she mentions Lester Hot Springs Hotel).
The cover image shows the Hot Springs Hotel in Lester, Washington, 1910, with several large sheep corrals in the foreground.
Hein, Eleanor, "Eleanor Hein Interview" (2005). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 42.
Oral history, Immigrants--United States--History, Coal mining, Roslyn (Wash.)
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