The rotary phone got my attention because I'm old enough to have used one. It was on display outside a Snohomish, Wash., antique store. The owner told me it provoked a comical reaction from a teen who stopped to inspect it. He had no idea how it worked. He moved his fingers over the rotary face as if it were a touch screen on a smart phone. Kids today! First Street, the town's historic business district, is great to visit if you like junk – good junk – like the phone. Antique shops crowd both sides of the street. The New Brunswick Hotel, built in 1905, anchors one end of First Street. It's a wonder the sign, smeared with rust, survived. The brick building was converted to apartments after a 1989 fire.
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