The Woodinville Heritage Society has come through with some information on the old store revealed from construction on the building on NE Woodinville Drive next to .
A bit of the city's history is seeing the light of day for the first time in what must be decades.
Reconstruction of the building has revealed a sign for Miller's Cash & Carry, a small store that once stocked everything from groceries and feed to paint and wallpaper. The sign is crisp, colorful and readable after being hidden away behind the previous business' facade.
According to local history buffs Jim and Gloria Kraft, there is little information on the store. This is what they wrote to Patch:
“We have very little information on the Miller’s Cash & Carry store. We know from the property tax records that the store was built in 1936. We also obtained the attached photo (which I digitally restored) from the King County Property Tax Archives. In the 1950’s the store was the Rongve’s Grocery Store.”