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  1. Hello, I found an error in one historical account. Park City Miners Hospital was a functional hospital and clinic until the late 50’s early 60’s.
    I was born in the hospital in 1953 and was hospitalized there for 3 days in 1958. It wasn’t used as a hostel until after the developers came around 1963.
    I thought you might want updated info.
    I’m writing my memoir and found your site when researching.
    Great article.

    1. Thank you Charlotte for your corrections. I’m glad you found my blog helpful.

  2. Sandra Daniels

    My grandparents, Last name Timm, owned and operated the Highland Park Greenhouse or retail florist on 4444 Travis Street in the late 20’s, early 30’s until their deaths in the 1950’s. Do you have any information concerning the greenhouse or suggestions where I might begin my search?

    My uncle, also named Fred Timm, designed the pink curvy wall on Northwest highway, near the intersection of Preston Road and NW Highway.
    Thank you, Sandra “Timm” Daniels.

  3. Trish

    The Swaner house definitely does not look like it was built in the 1990s. A hundred years earlier, perhaps?

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