Have you heard of the two women who ran the Park City franchise of the world’s oldest profession?
This is Mark Eaton with your weekly Park City History Bit.
Park City had few respectable jobs for single women during the mining days. But one time-tested occupation thrived for at least 70 years.
Prostitution was a difficult way to make a living. The Park Record documents stories of assaults, gunfights and suicide attempts on “The Row,” the area where prostitutes lived, now Deer Valley Drive.