Anthony (Tony) Mattielli interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
Anthony (Tony) Mattielli discusses growing up in Cle Elum, Washington, including a presidential visit to Cle Elum, nationalities and discrimination, the impact of mining on the local economy, the power of the Northwestern Improvement Company, Prohibition and the Great Depression in Cle Elum.
The cover image shows Cle Elum, circa 1926. The photo was taken near the intersection of Harris Avenue and First Street. Both sides of First Street were lined with vintage 1920s automobiles in this photograph. The Cle Elum State Bank building is on the right at the corner of First and Harris, and the MacMarr Stores and C. J. Breiers Company are on the left. The Schober Building (two stories) is also on the left. Since Highway 10 ran through the middle of Cle Elum, many hotel and restaurant accommodations were provided for travelers.
Mattielli, Anthony (Tony), "Anthony (Tony) Mattielli interview" (1980). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 68.
Oral history, Northwestern Improvement Company, Cle Elum (Wash.), Immigrants--United States--History
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