Tourist Hotel

In 1924 Auburn was a booming town, with a lively railroad yard, many business people coming and going from town via the rails. The Tourist Hotel, situated right across from the tracks and just down the block from the Auburn Depot, was the natural place for travelers and train crews to stay. Standing out front is Otto Bersch, the Auburn's mayor in 1924, and a conductor for the Northern Pacific Railroad.

PermExhibitLyra Penoyer