Spokane Homes

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Spokane Homes

Description

Due to its rapid economic and population growth between 1890 and 1910, Spokane has a unique collection of historic homes representing popular architectural styles from the turn of the 20th century.

The images of this collection are a mixture of both historic architectural photos and recent images of historic homes taken on both black and white and color film of homes mostly built in this era. There are views of both mansions and more modest upper-middle class and middle class homes including those of socially and politically active families.

Of special interest is a series of photographs taken of the interior of the Gandy home. Dr. Joseph Gandy was a local physician during the pioneer era and, later, a real estate developer of downtown property. The images in this series show typical furnishings and clothing of a prosperous professional family in the 1890s.

Also of note is a 1948 image of one of the 73 houses built nationwide and then raffled off to promote the Cary Grant comedy Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House.

Items in the Spokane Homes Collection

Spokane -- Homes (#27)
2318 S. Lincoln St.

Spokane -- Homes (#53)
1923 E. 1st. Ave. Loewenberg/Roberts home.

Spokane -- Homes (#38)
House in Stratton's addition.

Spokane -- Homes (#54)
1415 W. Riverside Ave. Newbery home. Demolished ca. 1994

Spokane -- Homes (#55)
Francis Cook House. Top of Grand Blvd. Hill.

Spokane -- Homes (#59)
905 S. Monroe

Spokane -- Homes (#63)
908 Frederick St.

Spokane -- Homes (#41)
Gibbs house on Rockwood Blvd. and Garfield St.

Spokane -- Homes (#23)
704 W. Mission

Spokane -- Homes (#16)
1302 W. Boone Ave (Boone and Adams St.) built in 1887. Home of Clark Boughton. Mr. And Mrs. Clark Boughton pictured sitting in center. Mr. William Boughton pictured standing to right. Mrs. William Boughton is pictures sitting on left. Child in chair…

Spokane -- Homes (#25)
1002-1008 Riverton

Spokane -- Homes (#29)
House on right is Judge Turner's home on Howard St. House on left is Horace Cutter's home.

Spokane -- Homes (#02)
Kaiser home. South Grand and Sumner Ave.

Spokane -- Homes (#2b)
W. 601 7th Ave. Home of F. Lewis Clark. Later Mary Cliff school.

Spokane -- Homes (#05)
507 W. 7th Ave. D.C. Corbin house. Later Spokane art center

Spokane -- Homes (#06)
1314 E. 5th Ave. Hart Home. Front elevation looking south.

Spokane -- Homes (#07)
1708 S. Maple. Bingham home.

Spokane -- Homes (#09)
1303 N. Lindeke St.

Spokane -- Homes (#11)
909 E. Boone Ave. Home of Bernhard and Sophia Schade. 16 rooms.

Spokane -- Homes (#17)
1858 W. College Ave.

Spokane -- Homes (#20)
15 E. Harlan. Mr. Blanding's Dream House.

Spokane -- Homes (#22)
Location Unknown

Spokane -- Homes (#31)
1305 W. 5th. Leo Long's home.

Spokane -- Homes (#12)
Location unknown

Spokane -- Homes (#14)
Location unknown

Spokane -- Homes (#32)
Kingman home.

Spokane -- Homes (#35 upper)
Former homestead of Mr. Parks. Built in 1887. Located at 9th and Lincoln St.

Spokane -- Homes (#46)
W. 524 and 526 3rd. Ave. Judge Frank A. Bettie home. Later Japanese Mission.

Spokane -- Homes (#47)
Keystone addition near Howard St.

Spokane -- Homes (#50)
1203 S. Cedar

Spokane -- Homes (#52)
Location Unknown

Spokane -- Homes -- Browne's Addition (#02)
2123 W. First Ave. Granes / White Home

Spokane -- Homes -- Browne's Addition (#05)
2328 W. 1st. Ave. Wakefield House. Constructed 1896. Cutter & Malmgren Architects.

Spokane -- Homes -- Browne's Addition (#03)
J.J. Browne home. Later Robert Strahorn

Spokane -- Homes -- Browne's Addition (#07)
2231 W. 1st. Ave. Home of Wakefield P. Russell. Constructed 1900.

Spokane -- Homes -- Browne's Addition (#09)
214 S. Coeur d'Alene St. Gackler Home.

Spokane -- Homes -- Browne's Addition (#11)
2425 W. Pacific Ave. C.P. Robbins home. Built in 1899. Designed by Albert Held.

Spokane -- Homes -- Browne's Addition (#12)
1627 W. Pacific. Home of Dr. Ralph Hanson.