Browse Items (136 total)

  • Collection: Spokane Buildings

Oversize_Box2010.tif
"Ray Johnson and Vernon Hogenson (behind the counter" at the )Davenport Hotel fountain"

Oversize_Box2003.tif
Hand-tinted print of "713-715 1st Avenue, Full and Gibbs on left, Pacific Hotel on right of Jones and Dillingham store building."

SpokaneCounty_Courthouse020.tif
"1888 County Courthouse scene in Spokane. Trial involved a man who ran down and killed another with a carriage and horses."

SpokaneCounty_Courthouse017.tif
Spokane County Courthouse, ca. 1899.

SpokaneCounty_Courthouse010.tif
"Interior of the Sheriff's office at the Spokane County Courthouse showing Sheriff Dempsey on the phone; Con Harrington, Ed Burch, Joe Murphy, one unidentified"

SpokaneCounty_Courthouse008.tif
Judge Charles H. Leavy, Superior Court, Spokane.

Spokane_Theaters_Orpheum001.tif
Orpheum Theater at night. The Orpheum was located at 118 N. Howard.

Spokane_Rockwood_Clinic001.tif
Rockwood Clinic at 12 West 9th Ave., 1934

Spokane_Jail002.tif
First jail in Spokane near Review Building.

Spokane_Hotels_Davenport013.tif
Hand-tinted view of the Davenport Hotel.

Spokane_Hotels_Davenport010.tif
"Painting the Circus Room in the Davenport Hotel. A. Rutgers "Van" Vander Loeff, owner of a sign/show card business, was hired by Davenport and Harper Joy to do the room. Helpers were Carl Krageland and Don Haffner.

Spokane_Hotels_Davenport003.tif
The Orange Bower in the original part of the Davenport Hotel on Post Street.

Spokane_Hotels_Davenport001.tif
Davenport Hotel. Hall of Doges.

Spokane_Unity_Church_of_Truth002.tif
Small snapshot of Unity Church at 1124 W. Sixth Avenue. Church was demolished in 1970.

Spokane_Unity_Church_of_Truth001.tif
Small snapshot of Unity Church at 1124 W. Sixth Avenue. Church was demolished in 1970.

Spokane_Churches_Lutheran004.tif
Congregation standing in front of St. Mark's Lutheran Church at 1146 W. Walton (corner of Adams).

Spokane_Churches_Lutheran001.tif
German Lutheran Emmanuel Church at 211 E. 3rd Avenue (between Cowley & Spokane Streets). Church was built in 1890 and Groschupf came as pastor in 1895.

Spokane_Churches_GermanMethodist002.tif
German Methodist Church on the northwest corner of 4th and Stevens.

Spokane_Churches_FirstPresbyterian004.tif
Second building for the First Presbyterian Church. Built in 1890 on the southeast corner of Second Avenue and Jefferson (copy print).

Spokane_Churches_FirstPresbyterian003.tif
Copy photograph of the First Presbyterian Church which stood on the southeast corner of Riverside and Monroe. Dedicated on December 15, 1886 and sold in 1889 just before the great fire. Stood where the Spokesman Review building stands.

Spokane_Churches_ChristianScience005.tif
Christian Science Church at 4th and Post. Design by K. K. Cutter. Demolished for freeway, 1966.

Spokane_Churches_Catholic004.tif
Originally called Holy Ghost Roman Catholic Church, corner of Montgomery and Cedar Street. Later renamed St. Anthony Church. Building 1909-1910. Appeared in the Spokesman Review March 6, 1910.

Spokane_Churches_Catholic003.tif
Sacred Heart Catholic Church and school on the north side of Main Avenue between Washington and Bernard Streets.

Spokane_Churches_Cathedral _of_StJohn027.tif
Drawing of the stained glass windows at the cathedral.

Spokane_Churches_Cathedral _of_StJohn026.tif
Image of the cathedral taken at night.

Spokane_Churches_Cathedral _of_StJohn006.tif
Choir standing in front of the Cathedral.

Spokane_Churches_Cathedral _of_StJohn005.tif
Drawing of the front of the Cathedral.

Spokane_Churches_Cathedral _of_StJohn003.tif
A tympanum at St. John's Cathedral.

Spokane_Churches_Cathedral _of_StJohn002.tif
Exterior shot of the front of the Cathedral.

Spokane_Churches_Cathedral _of_StJohn001.tif
Interior shot showing one of the stained glass windows.

Spokane_Churches001.tif
Group photograph of the Hillyard Christian Sunday School on Easter Sunday, 1931.

Spokane_Buildings_Review003.tif
View of the Spokesman Review Building, 1900.

Spokane_Buildings_Review002.tif
View of the Spokesman Review Building, 1900.

Spokane_Buildings_Great_Eastern014.tif
People standing on the street after the Great Eastern building fire.

Spokane_Buildings_Great_Eastern015.tif
Great Eastern building fire, 1898. Riverside Avenue elevation immediately after the fire.

Spokane_Buildings_Great_Eastern016.tif
Great Eastern building fire, 1898. View of gutted interior looking through John W. Graham storeroom into shoe store beyond.

Spokane_Buildings_Great_Eastern012.tif
Great Eastern building fire. Riverside Avenue elevation of the building immediately after the fire. January 24, 1898.

Spokane_Buildings_Great Eastern_011.tif
Great Eastern building fire. Elevation of the upper floors on Post Street side following the fire.

Spokane_Buildings_Great_Eastern010.tif
Great Eastern building fire. A portion of the Post Street elevation after the fire. Photographer: Jack Phillips, Spokane Fire Department.
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