Yosemite Avenue is shown here in 1905. The view is from F Street looking east, and Mace’s Hotel can be seen on the left. The main part of town was only three blocks long with businesses scattered along the side streets. The unpaved avenue was dusty in the summer and full of chuckholes that played havoc with wagon wheels. In the winter, it was muddy and sloppy, and its sidewalks were made of uneven boards or just plain dirt.