Hotel White, Ontario

This undated photo depicts the Hotel White, which was once located at the intersection of Division and State streets in Ontario. Francis “Frank” Jerald Rice, a World War I veteran who died in 1977 at age 86, operated the hotel for 22 years prior to the mid-20th-century mark.

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