Wednesday, February 23, 2011
A St. Paul Sandwich at the Green Hut
The Green Hut had one later incarnation, at another federal dam project. The Portland Oregonian on August 14, 1949 did a story on McNary City, which grew up around the construction of McNary Dam on the Columbia River. "The Green Hut Cafe, one of a string put up on damsites the Pacific Northwest by C. D. Newland, is McNary City's only restaurant. Its three chefs put out meals from 5 a.m. till after midnight for practically everyone employed at the dam."
I'm still looking for some kind of biography of Clarence D. Newland.