When Chapala Cafe was Herb’s Corner

HSU Special Collection: 2012.02.0097 (Yale/Palmquist Collection)

HSU Special Collection: 2012.02.0097 (Yale/Palmquist Collection)

Funny-I imagined the Fairwind as a hotel (the name is now painted on the side of the building  that houses Good Relations in Old Town, Eureka- I’ll have to read it more carefully…).

And it looks like we’ve had two hour parking in Old Town for at least 50 years…

Eureka.2ndStreet.Fairwinds.Chapala

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3 Responses to When Chapala Cafe was Herb’s Corner

  1. humboldturtle says:

    Chapala was originally an armory. No kidding.

  2. W.o.P. says:

    Before Chapala was Chapala it was “Charlottes Club”. And prior to that I think it was the “Ebony Club”, in the 70’s.

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