Singer's Lake Crescent Tavern, Clallam
This scene of Singer's Lake Crescent Tavern was probably photographed by about 1918.
Five people can be seen on the front part of the veranda facing the lake. The front
steps were later removed and the front part of the veranda was later enclosed as is
shown in the photograph at the bottom of this page.
This scene was photographed by about the mid to late 1940's. President Franklin D.
Roosevelt stayed here, the night of September 30, 1937, while on a tour to assess
the area for inclusion within a National Park. Nine months later, on June 29, 1938,
President Roosevelt signed amended bill H.R. 10024 establishing Olympic National Park.
The park boundaries have been changed several times since then.