This Reeves postcard shows the familiar view of Second Street looking to the north on a busy day.  There’s a big crowd of people by the intersection of Oak Street, so perhaps there is a parade or other event.

The City Hall building was built in 1920.  I can’t make out the exact year of the license plates but the format is the 1920’s format, which is consistent with the automobiles.  The pickup in front of City Hall is a Model T.  I can’t identify the fleet of automobiles on the west side of Second Street, but at least one of them has “Hood River” placard, so I am guessing at least some of them are city vehicles.

The tank at the end of the block contains water for Arlen’s steam locomotives.

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