Lost History of Oregon: A Hotel by the Name of Hoyt

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Lost History of Oregon: A Hotel by the Name of Hoyt

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The Hoyt Hotel was a hotel built by the Union Train Station in Portland, Oregon in 1917. The hotel was considered a 'flea bag hotel' used mainly by laborers trying to find work until Harvey Dick in 1961 put $2 million dollars into making 5 restaurants - one being a 500 seat Las Vegas-style theatre. For 9 years it was THE place for entertainment until it closed in 1972. Within the pages of this book are stories, photos and the unbelievable rise and fall of The Hoyt Hotel.

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The Hoyt Hotel was a hotel built by the Union Train Station in Portland, Oregon in 1917. The hotel was considered a 'flea bag hotel' used mainly by laborers trying to find work until Harvey Dick in 1961 put $2 million dollars into making 5 restaurants - one being a 500 seat Las Vegas-style theatre. For 9 years it was THE place for entertainment until it closed in 1972. Within the pages of this book are stories, photos and the unbelievable rise and fall of The Hoyt Hotel.