Patrons gather at a saloon in Grand Forks, circa the summer of 1908. The patrons’ attire and flies on the wall indicate it’s summer, and the electric light on the ceiling indicates a time before a power plant at Taft was shut down in early 1909.

Courtesy of U.S. Forest Service

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