At right men are sitting on the porch of the Greenhorn Hotel. The Red Lion Hotel is on the far left. Sign on building at right reads: "Alexander, One Price Clothier, Baker-Sumter" (sic). Moses Alexander (b. 1853, d. 1932) was a Boise Jew who had several clothing stores in Oregon and Idaho. He served two terms as mayor of Boise. He was the first elected Jewish governor (Democrat) in the United States serving two terms 1915 to 1923.
Text courtesy of Baker County Library