When Malden was a railroad town

When Malden was a railroad town

The town of Malden, Wash., which sits about 7 miles west of Rosalia and U.S. Highway 295, was once a prosperous and fast-growing community, starting in 1909 when the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway built a depot and roundhouse there to serve as headquarters...

Sears Modern Homes

Sears Modern Homes

A prominent historical and architectural feature of old Malden was that many early residents built "Sears Modern Homes". These were kit homes ordered through the Sears Roebuck Catalog back in 1909-1940.  The railroad would deliver them free to railroad employees, of...

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