This 1902 photo shows the original Monte Cristo Hotel on the corner of Pacific and Kromer avenues in Everett. It was torn down in 1924. (Photo courtesy of Everett Public Library)

This 1902 photo shows the original Monte Cristo Hotel on the corner of Pacific and Kromer avenues in Everett. It was torn down in 1924. (Photo courtesy of Everett Public Library)

History of a hotel: Everett’s dreams gave rise to Monte Cristo

Both Monte Cristo hotels were built during boom times for the city — the 1890s and the 1920s.

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