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Description "Gas stations abandoned during the fuel crisis in the winter of 1973-74 were sometimes used for other purposes. This station at Potlatch, Washington, west of Olympia was turned into a religious meeting hall. Signs painted on the gas pumps proclaim 'fill up with the Holy Ghost . . . and Salvation.'"
Date April 1974
Source Photo by David Falconer, April 1974 source
Author David Falconer
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Location Potlatch (Mason) inhabited place ( 47°22′01″N 123°07′48″W / 47.367°N 123.13°W / 47.367; -123.13 NARA geographical record)

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