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  • Collection: Spokane Homes

Unknown Plan Book - Ballard Plannery.pdf
The Ballard Plannery Company was an architectural firm in Spokane, which sold their plans. Many homes in Spokane were built using the plans between 1900 and 1920.

Modern Bungalow - Ballard Plannery.pdf
The Ballard Plannery Company was an architectural firm in Spokane, which sold their plans. Many homes in Spokane were built using the plans between 1900 and 1920.

Oversize_Box03_007.tif
507 W. 7th. Ave. D.C. Corbin Residence.

OVR_Sp_Homes_Box6003.tif
Exterior of the Edward Moen houses at 810 E. 28th Avenue.

OVR_Sp_Homes_Box6004.tif
Home at 814 W. 17th Avenue, Spokane.

True_Family018.tif
"Our home at 1318 5th Ave., Spokane, Wash., Winter."

OVR_Sp_Homes_Box6006.tif
Exterior view of the Riegel home at 1835 S. Upper Terrace Road, Spokane.

Spokane_Homes013.tif
Unidentified home. Probably owned by Daniel Dwight.

Spokane_Homes_Brookside001.tif
Dwight family home called Brookside, which later became part of the Finch Arboretum.

Spokane_Homes_Brookside002.tif
Dwight family home called Brookside, which later became part of the Finch Arboretum.

Spokane_Homes_Brookside003.tif
Dwight family home called Brookside, which later became part of the Finch Arboretum.

Spokane_Homes_Brookside004.tif
"Grandma and Ella Huffman kitchen at Brookside."

Spokane_Homes_Brookside005.tif
"Highbridge at Brookside. Dwight family home called Brookside, which later became part of the Finch Arboretum."

Spokane_Homes_Brookside006.tif
Dwight family home called Brookside, which later became part of the Finch Arboretum.

Spokane Homes Browne's Addition 2.tif
2123 W. First Ave. Granes / White Home

Spokane Homes Browne's Addition 3.tif
J.J. Browne home. Later Robert Strahorn

Spokane Homes Browne's Addition 5.tif
2328 W. 1st. Ave. Wakefield House. Constructed 1896. Cutter & Malmgren Architects.

Spokane Homes Browne's Addition 7.tif
2231 W. 1st. Ave. Home of Wakefield P. Russell. Constructed 1900.

Spokane Homes Browne's Addition 9.tif
214 S. Coeur d'Alene St. Gackler Home.

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

Spokane Homes Browne's Addition 12.tif
1627 W. Pacific. Home of Dr. Ralph Hanson.

Spokane Homes Browne's Addition 14.tif
214 S. Coeur d'Alene St. Gackler Home.

Spokane Homes Campbell 2.tif
2318 W. 1st. Ave. Campbell residence.

Spokane_Homes_Campbell_House005.tif
2318 W. 1st. Ave. Campbell residence.

Spokane Homes Campbell 9.tif
Interior of Campbell mansion, 2318 W. 1st. Ave. Living Room.

Spokane Homes Campbell 10.tif
Interior of Campbell mansion, 2318 W. 1st. Ave. Dining Room.

Spokane Homes Campbell 11.tif
Interior of Campbell mansion, 2318 W. 1st. Ave. Stairs.

Spokane Homes Campbell 12.tif
Interior of Campbell mansion, 2318 W. 1st. Ave. Yellow Bedroom.

Spokane Homes Campbell 19.tif
Interior of Campbell mansion, 2318 W. 1st. Ave. Reception Room.

Spokane Homes Campbell 20.tif
2318 W. 1st. Ave. Campbell residence.

Spokane Homes Cambell A B 1.tif
2318 and 2328 W. First Ave. Wakefield and Campbell residences.

Spokane_Homes_Cannon001.tif
A. M. Cannon home (center) with a view of Browne's Addition.

Cannon 2 - Cannon's Residence.jpg
1415 3rd. Ave. A. M. Cannon Residence

F.L. Clark 1 - East End View.jpg
601 W. 7th Ave. F. Lewis Clark residence. Later Marycliff Highschool.

Spokane Homes Clark P 2.tif
2208 W. 2nd Ave. P. Clark residence. Built 1898. Designed by Kirtland K. Cutter.

Spokane Homes Clark P 5.tif
2208 W. 2nd Ave. South Facade of Clark Mansion. Built 1898. Designed by Kirtland K. Cutter.

Spokane Homes Clark P 6.tif
2208 W. 2nd Ave. East Side of Clark Mansion. Built 1898. Designed by Kirtland K. Cutter
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