National Register of Historic Places listings in Spokane County, Washington

List of entries on the National Register of Historic Places in Spokane County, Washington

See also National Register of Historic Places listings in Washington
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 10, 2011.[1]

Contents


Listings exclusive of Spokane

[2] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 American Firebrick Company 01982-03-09March 9, 1982 WA 27
47°33′33″N 117°12′31″W / 47.559167°N 117.208611°W / 47.559167; -117.208611 (American Firebrick Company)
Mica
2 California Ranch 01980-08-11August 11, 1980 E of Mica on Jackson and Belmont Rds.
47°33′29″N 117°11′38″W / 47.558056°N 117.193889°W / 47.558056; -117.193889 (California Ranch)
Mica
3 Central Schoolhouse (District No. 49) 01992-08-27August 27, 1992 Jct. of Ritchey and Four Mound Rds., NW corner
47°47′19″N 117°42′45″W / 47.788611°N 117.7125°W / 47.788611; -117.7125 (Central Schoolhouse (District No. 49))
Nine Mile Falls Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS
4 Cheney Interurban Depot 01979-03-26March 26, 1979 505 2nd St.
47°29′17″N 117°34′26″W / 47.488056°N 117.573889°W / 47.488056; -117.573889 (Cheney Interurban Depot)
Cheney
5 Cheney Odd Fellows Hall 01990-10-25October 25, 1990 321 First St.
47°29′12″N 117°34′30″W / 47.486667°N 117.575°W / 47.486667; -117.575 (Cheney Odd Fellows Hall)
Cheney
6 City of Cheney Historic District 02001-02-02February 2, 2001 Roughly bounded by Fifth St., C St., Front St., and F St.
47°29′19″N 117°34′30″W / 47.488611°N 117.575°W / 47.488611; -117.575 (City of Cheney Historic District)
Cheney
7 Dybdall Gristmill 01976-01-11January 11, 1976 10 mi. S of Cheney at Chapman Lake
47°21′13″N 117°33′56″W / 47.353611°N 117.565556°W / 47.353611; -117.565556 (Dybdall Gristmill)
Cheney
8 Hallett House 01976-06-17June 17, 1976 E. 623 Lake, SE
47°34′24″N 117°40′25″W / 47.573333°N 117.673611°W / 47.573333; -117.673611 (Hallett House)
Medical Lake
9 Ham-McEachern House 01978-02-08February 8, 1978 Pine and 5th Sts.
47°16′59″N 117°09′24″W / 47.283056°N 117.156667°W / 47.283056; -117.156667 (Ham-McEachern House)
Latah
10 Italian Rock Ovens 01976-09-29September 29, 1976 S of Cheney
47°26′58″N 117°35′39″W / 47.449444°N 117.594167°W / 47.449444; -117.594167 (Italian Rock Ovens)
Cheney
11 Latah School 02002-12-04December 4, 2002 515 North Main
47°17′01″N 117°09′19″W / 47.283611°N 117.155278°W / 47.283611; -117.155278 (Latah School)
Latah Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS
12 David Lowe House 01983-10-13October 13, 1983 306 F St.
47°29′16″N 117°34′38″W / 47.487778°N 117.577222°W / 47.487778; -117.577222 (David Lowe House)
Cheney
13 Marshall Bridge 01995-05-24May 24, 1995 Cheney-Spokane Rd. over the SP & S Railroad tracks
47°34′00″N 117°29′32″W / 47.566667°N 117.492222°W / 47.566667; -117.492222 (Marshall Bridge)
Marshall Bridges of Washington State MPS
14 Millwood Historic District 02001-02-02February 2, 2001 Roughly bounded by Argonne and Sargent Rds., and by Euclid and Liberty Aves.
47°41′14″N 117°17′05″W / 47.687222°N 117.284722°W / 47.687222; -117.284722 (Millwood Historic District)
Millwood
15 Nine Mile Hydroelectric Power Plant Historic District
Nine Mile Hydroelectric Power Plant Historic District
01990-12-06December 6, 1990 Charles Rd. at Spokane R.
47°46′32″N 117°32′40″W / 47.775556°N 117.544444°W / 47.775556; -117.544444 (Nine Mile Hydroelectric Power Plant Historic District)
Nine Mile Falls
16 Opportunity Township Hall 02005-03-15March 15, 2005 12114 E. Sprague Ave.
47°39′26″N 117°14′27″W / 47.657222°N 117.240833°W / 47.657222; -117.240833 (Opportunity Township Hall)
Spokane Valley
17 Roosevelt Hall 01997-09-08September 8, 1997 Eastern Washington Hospital
47°34′18″N 117°41′46″W / 47.571667°N 117.696111°W / 47.571667; -117.696111 (Roosevelt Hall)
Medical Lake
18 Sutton Barn 01975-11-20November 20, 1975 0.5 mi. SW of Cheney off U.S. 395
47°29′09″N 117°35′16″W / 47.485833°N 117.587778°W / 47.485833; -117.587778 (Sutton Barn)
Cheney
19 Turnbull Pines Rock Shelter 01975-05-06May 6, 1975 Address Restricted
Cheney
20 Upper Kepple Rockshelters (45SP7) 01985-07-26July 26, 1985 Address Restricted
Cheney
21 Washington State Normal School at Cheney Historic District 01992-10-01October 1, 1992 Jct. of Fifth and C Sts.
47°29′26″N 117°34′44″W / 47.490556°N 117.578889°W / 47.490556; -117.578889 (Washington State Normal School at Cheney Historic District)
Cheney
22 West Valley High School 01991-11-21November 21, 1991 N. 2805 Argonne Rd.
47°40′53″N 117°17′03″W / 47.681389°N 117.284167°W / 47.681389; -117.284167 (West Valley High School)
Millwood Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS

Spokane

[2] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Amman 01987-02-12February 12, 1987 W. 1516 Riverside
47°39′25″N 117°26′01″W / 47.656944°N 117.433611°W / 47.656944; -117.433611 (Amman)
Spokane Built in 1904.
2 Alonzo and Louise Barnett House 02003-08-21August 21, 2003 902 E. Augusta Ave.
47°40′27″N 117°25′28″W / 47.674167°N 117.424444°W / 47.674167; -117.424444 (Alonzo and Louise Barnett House)
Spokane Built in 1903.
3 Dr. Robert and Jessie Bell House
Dr. Robert and Jessie Bell House
02005-08-24August 24, 2005 917 S. Lincoln St.
47°38′57″N 117°25′27″W / 47.649167°N 117.424167°W / 47.649167; -117.424167 (Dr. Robert and Jessie Bell House)
Spokane Built in 1908.
4 Benewah Milk Bottle
Benewah Milk Bottle
01986-08-13August 13, 1986 S. 321 Cedar
47°39′11″N 117°25′53″W / 47.653056°N 117.431389°W / 47.653056; -117.431389 (Benewah Milk Bottle)
Spokane Built in 1935.
5 J. W. Binkley House
J. W. Binkley House
01989-03-31March 31, 1989 628 S. Maple
47°39′01″N 117°26′06″W / 47.650278°N 117.435°W / 47.650278; -117.435 (J. W. Binkley House)
Spokane
6 Breslin
Breslin
01987-02-12February 12, 1987 S. 729 Bernard
47°38′56″N 117°24′54″W / 47.648889°N 117.415°W / 47.648889; -117.415 (Breslin)
Spokane Built in 1910.
7 Kenneth and Edna Brooks House
Kenneth and Edna Brooks House
02004-09-15September 15, 2004 723 W. Sumner Ave.
47°38′48″N 117°25′15″W / 47.646667°N 117.420833°W / 47.646667; -117.420833 (Kenneth and Edna Brooks House)
Spokane Built in 1956.
8 Browne's Addition Historic District 01976-07-30July 30, 1976 Roughly bounded by Sunset Blvd., Maple, Latah Creek, and Spokane River
47°39′19″N 117°26′30″W / 47.655278°N 117.441667°W / 47.655278; -117.441667 (Browne's Addition Historic District)
Spokane Roughly bounded by Sunset Blvd., Maple, Latah Creek, and Spokane River
9 Bump Block-Bellevue House-Hawthorne Hotel
Bump Block-Bellevue House-Hawthorne Hotel
02000-08-10August 10, 2000 S 206 Post St.
47°39′16″N 117°25′22″W / 47.654444°N 117.422778°W / 47.654444; -117.422778 (Bump Block-Bellevue House-Hawthorne Hotel)
Spokane Built in 1890.
10 Cambern Dutch Shop Windmill 01989-03-16March 16, 1989 S. ll02 Perry
47°38′43″N 117°23′20″W / 47.645278°N 117.388889°W / 47.645278; -117.388889 (Cambern Dutch Shop Windmill)
Spokane Built circa 1929.
11 Campbell House
Campbell House
01974-05-31May 31, 1974 W. 2316 1st Ave.
47°39′25″N 117°26′45″W / 47.656944°N 117.445833°W / 47.656944; -117.445833 (Campbell House)
Spokane Built in 1898, this house is now part of the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.
12 Central Steam Heat Plant
Central Steam Heat Plant
01996-12-13December 13, 1996 152 S. Post St. and 815 W. Railroad Ave.
47°39′20″N 117°25′23″W / 47.655556°N 117.423056°W / 47.655556; -117.423056 (Central Steam Heat Plant)
Spokane Built in 1916.
13 Patsy Clark Mansion
Patsy Clark Mansion
01975-10-31October 31, 1975 W. 2208 2nd Ave.
47°39′19″N 117°26′39″W / 47.655278°N 117.444167°W / 47.655278; -117.444167 (Patsy Clark Mansion)
Spokane
14 Clemmer Theater
Clemmer Theater
01988-12-01December 1, 1988 W. 901 Sprague Ave.
47°39′26″N 117°25′26″W / 47.657222°N 117.423889°W / 47.657222; -117.423889 (Clemmer Theater)
Spokane Built circa 1915; also known as the Bing Crosby Theater
15 Commercial Block
Commercial Block
01993-10-15October 15, 1993 1111-1119 First Ave. W.
47°39′24″N 117°25′39″W / 47.656667°N 117.4275°W / 47.656667; -117.4275 (Commercial Block)
Spokane Built in 1906.
16 Coolidge-Rising House
Coolidge-Rising House
01988-05-19May 19, 1988 W. 1405 Ninth Ave.
47°38′50″N 117°25′54″W / 47.647222°N 117.431667°W / 47.647222; -117.431667 (Coolidge-Rising House)
Spokane Built circa 1906.
17 Corbet-Aspray House
Corbet-Aspray House
01999-11-30November 30, 1999 820 W. 7th Ave.
47°38′59″N 117°25′22″W / 47.649722°N 117.422778°W / 47.649722; -117.422778 (Corbet-Aspray House)
Spokane Built in 1908.
18 Corbin Park Historic District 01992-11-12November 12, 1992 Waverly Pl. (W205-733), Park Pl. (W203-738), W. Oval and E. Oval
47°41′06″N 117°25′03″W / 47.685°N 117.4175°W / 47.685; -117.4175 (Corbin Park Historic District)
Spokane
19 Daniel C. and Anna Corbin House
Daniel C. and Anna Corbin House
02004-05-10May 10, 2004 507 W. Seventh Ave.
47°39′02″N 117°25′11″W / 47.650556°N 117.419722°W / 47.650556; -117.419722 (Daniel C. and Anna Corbin House)
Spokane Built in 1898.
20 Cowley Park 01973-02-06February 6, 1973 S. Division St. between 6th and 7th Aves.
47°38′58″N 117°24′39″W / 47.649444°N 117.410833°W / 47.649444; -117.410833 (Cowley Park)
Spokane Built in 1917
21 The Davenport Hotel
The Davenport Hotel
01975-09-05September 5, 1975 807 W. Sprague
47°39′26″N 117°25′23″W / 47.657222°N 117.423056°W / 47.657222; -117.423056 (The Davenport Hotel)
Spokane Built in 1914.
22 Desmet Avenue Warehouse Historic District 01997-05-27May 27, 1997 Roughly, N side of Desmet Ave., from Pearl St. to US 395-2
47°40′04″N 117°24′30″W / 47.667778°N 117.408333°W / 47.667778; -117.408333 (Desmet Avenue Warehouse Historic District)
Spokane
23 Dodd House 02010-07-03July 3, 2010 603 S. Arthur St.
47°39′03″N 117°23′41″W / 47.650833°N 117.394722°W / 47.650833; -117.394722 (Dodd House)
Spokane
24 East Downtown Historic District
East Downtown Historic District
02003-08-29August 29, 2003 Roughly bounded by Main Ave., Second Ave., Division St., and Post St.
47°39′24″N 117°25′05″W / 47.656667°N 117.418056°W / 47.656667; -117.418056 (East Downtown Historic District)
Spokane
25 Gus and Florence Ehrenberg House 02007-08-16August 16, 2007 1304 S. Cook St.
47°38′43″N 117°22′25″W / 47.645278°N 117.373611°W / 47.645278; -117.373611 (Gus and Florence Ehrenberg House)
Spokane Built in 1911.
26 Eldridge Building
Eldridge Building
01992-11-12November 12, 1992 1319-1325 W. First Ave.
47°39′24″N 117°25′51″W / 47.656667°N 117.430833°W / 47.656667; -117.430833 (Eldridge Building)
Spokane Built circa 1925.
27 Empire State Building
Empire State Building
01977-08-18August 18, 1977 W. 901 Riverside St.
47°39′28″N 117°25′27″W / 47.657778°N 117.424167°W / 47.657778; -117.424167 (Empire State Building)
Spokane Built circa 1900, this is also known as the Great Western Building.
28 Fairmont Hotel
Fairmont Hotel
02001-09-18September 18, 2001 315 W. Riverside Ave., 314 W. Sprague Ave.
47°39′27″N 117°25′00″W / 47.6575°N 117.416667°W / 47.6575; -117.416667 (Fairmont Hotel)
Spokane
29 Felts Field Historic District
Felts Field Historic District
01991-09-24September 24, 1991 Roughly, Rutter Ave. between Fancher and Dollar Rds.
47°40′50″N 117°19′15″W / 47.680556°N 117.320833°W / 47.680556; -117.320833 (Felts Field Historic District)
Spokane
30 Finch House
Finch House
01976-07-12July 12, 1976 W. 2340 1st Ave., S. 104 Poplar
47°39′27″N 117°26′48″W / 47.6575°N 117.446667°W / 47.6575; -117.446667 (Finch House)
Spokane Built circa 1897, this home was designed by Kirtland Cutter & Karl Malmgren.
31 John A. Finch Memorial Nurses Home
John A. Finch Memorial Nurses Home
01991-05-28May 28, 1991 N. 852 Summit Blvd.
47°39′57″N 117°27′16″W / 47.665833°N 117.454444°W / 47.665833; -117.454444 (John A. Finch Memorial Nurses Home)
Spokane Built in 1929.
32 First Congregational Church of Spokane
First Congregational Church of Spokane
01978-04-26April 26, 1978 W. 311-329 4th Ave.
47°39′08″N 117°24′59″W / 47.652222°N 117.416389°W / 47.652222; -117.416389 (First Congregational Church of Spokane)
Spokane Built in 1890.
33 Five Mile Prairie School 02004-09-09September 9, 2004 8621 N. Five Mile Rd.
47°44′19″N 117°27′16″W / 47.738611°N 117.454444°W / 47.738611; -117.454444 (Five Mile Prairie School)
Spokane Built in 1939.
Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS
34 Fort George Wright Historic District 01976-05-17May 17, 1976 W. 4000 Randolph Rd.
47°40′42″N 117°28′27″W / 47.678333°N 117.474167°W / 47.678333; -117.474167 (Fort George Wright Historic District)
Spokane Founded in 1897.
35 Fox Theater
Fox Theater
02001-11-30November 30, 2001 1005 W. Sprague Ave.
47°39′25″N 117°25′34″W / 47.656944°N 117.426111°W / 47.656944; -117.426111 (Fox Theater)
Spokane Built in 1931, this theater was remodeled and renamed the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox in 2007.
36 Frequency Changing Station 01979-06-19June 19, 1979 E. 1420 Celesta Ave.
47°39′06″N 117°23′14″W / 47.651667°N 117.387222°W / 47.651667; -117.387222 (Frequency Changing Station)
Spokane Built in 1908.
37 W. P. Fuller and Company Warehouse
W. P. Fuller and Company Warehouse
01996-01-11January 11, 1996 E. 111 and E. 115 Desmet
47°40′03″N 117°24′27″W / 47.6675°N 117.4075°W / 47.6675; -117.4075 (W. P. Fuller and Company Warehouse)
Spokane Built circa 1915.
38 The Globe Hotel
The Globe Hotel
01998-12-17December 17, 1998 204 N. Division St.
47°39′34″N 117°24′35″W / 47.659444°N 117.409722°W / 47.659444; -117.409722 (The Globe Hotel)
Spokane Built in 1908.
39 Glover House
Glover House
01973-08-14August 14, 1973 W. 321 8th Ave.
47°38′54″N 117°24′57″W / 47.648333°N 117.415833°W / 47.648333; -117.415833 (Glover House)
Spokane Built circa 1888, this home was designed by Kirtland Cutter.
40 Grace Baptist Church 01992-10-02October 2, 1992 1527 W. Mallon St.
47°39′55″N 117°26′03″W / 47.665278°N 117.434167°W / 47.665278; -117.434167 (Grace Baptist Church)
Spokane Built in 1908.
41 Hillyard High School 02005-08-24August 24, 2005 5313 N. Regal St.
47°42′23″N 117°22′04″W / 47.706389°N 117.367778°W / 47.706389; -117.367778 (Hillyard High School)
Spokane Built in 1912, the building was converted to apartments in the 1940s.
42 Hillyard Historic Business District 02002-08-09August 9, 2002 N. 4912-5220 Market St., E. 3108-3117 Olympia Ave.
47°42′15″N 117°21′49″W / 47.704167°N 117.363611°W / 47.704167; -117.363611 (Hillyard Historic Business District)
Spokane
43 Holley-Mason Building 01983-10-13October 13, 1983 S. 157 Howard
47°39′19″N 117°25′12″W / 47.655278°N 117.42°W / 47.655278; -117.42 (Holley-Mason Building)
Spokane Built circa 1905.
44 Holy Names Academy Building 01986-05-02May 2, 1986 1216 N. Superior St.
47°40′08″N 117°23′28″W / 47.668889°N 117.391111°W / 47.668889; -117.391111 (Holy Names Academy Building)
Spokane Built in 1891.
45 Hotel Upton
Hotel Upton
01994-07-29July 29, 1994 S. 106 Cedar St.
47°38′52″N 117°25′54″W / 47.647778°N 117.431667°W / 47.647778; -117.431667 (Hotel Upton)
Spokane Built in 1910, this is also known as the Grand Coulee Building.
46 Hutton Building 01983-01-27January 27, 1983 9 S. Washington St.
47°39′25″N 117°25′00″W / 47.656944°N 117.416667°W / 47.656944; -117.416667 (Hutton Building)
Spokane Built circa 1907.
47 Hutton Settlement 01976-01-01January 1, 1976 9907 Wellesley
47°42′00″N 117°15′53″W / 47.7°N 117.264722°W / 47.7; -117.264722 (Hutton Settlement)
Spokane
48 Levi and May Arkwright Hutton House 02002-02-21February 21, 2002 2206 W. 17th Ave.
47°38′24″N 117°22′40″W / 47.64°N 117.377778°W / 47.64; -117.377778 (Levi and May Arkwright Hutton House)
Spokane Built in 1914, this was the home of May Arkwright.
49 Kemp & Hebert Building
Kemp & Hebert Building
01994-07-01July 1, 1994 404 W. Main Ave.
47°39′35″N 117°25′03″W / 47.659722°N 117.4175°W / 47.659722; -117.4175 (Kemp & Hebert Building)
Spokane Built in 1908.
50 Knickerbocker
Knickerbocker
01987-02-12February 12, 1987 S. 501-507 Howard
47°39′05″N 117°25′10″W / 47.651389°N 117.419444°W / 47.651389; -117.419444 (Knickerbocker)
Spokane Built in 1912.
51 Knight House 01999-11-30November 30, 1999 1715 N. West Point Rd.
47°40′28″N 117°26′41″W / 47.674444°N 117.444722°W / 47.674444; -117.444722 (Knight House)
Spokane Built in 1910.
52 Koerner House 01999-07-28July 28, 1999 1824 S. Mount Vernon St.
47°38′20″N 117°22′11″W / 47.638889°N 117.369722°W / 47.638889; -117.369722 (Koerner House)
Spokane Built in 1912.
53 Lewis and Clark High School 01990-12-06December 6, 1990 W. 521 4th Ave.
47°39′08″N 117°25′09″W / 47.652222°N 117.419167°W / 47.652222; -117.419167 (Lewis and Clark High School)
Spokane
54 Littlebrook 01996-07-26July 26, 1996 16704 N. Dartford Dr.
47°48′36″N 117°24′29″W / 47.81°N 117.408056°W / 47.81; -117.408056 (Littlebrook)
Spokane Built in 1905.
55 Marycliff-Cliff Park Historic District 01979-12-21December 21, 1979 Roughly bounded by Lincoln St., 7th, 12th, and 14th Aves.
47°38′46″N 117°25′06″W / 47.646111°N 117.418333°W / 47.646111; -117.418333 (Marycliff-Cliff Park Historic District)
Spokane
56 Gustav Meese Building
Gustav Meese Building
01996-02-16February 16, 1996 1727 Sinto Ave.
47°40′11″N 117°26′13″W / 47.669722°N 117.436944°W / 47.669722; -117.436944 (Gustav Meese Building)
Spokane
57 Miller Block
Miller Block
01998-05-04May 4, 1998 808 W. Sprague Ave.
47°39′28″N 117°25′22″W / 47.657778°N 117.422778°W / 47.657778; -117.422778 (Miller Block)
Spokane Built circa 1890.
58 Mission Avenue Historic District 01986-08-14August 14, 1986 E. 220-824 Mission Ave.
47°40′19″N 117°24′04″W / 47.671944°N 117.401111°W / 47.671944; -117.401111 (Mission Avenue Historic District)
Spokane
59 Monroe Street Bridge
Monroe Street Bridge
01976-05-13May 13, 1976 Monroe St. between Ide Ave. and Riverfalls Blvd.
47°39′40″N 117°25′32″W / 47.661111°N 117.425556°W / 47.661111; -117.425556 (Monroe Street Bridge)
Spokane Built in 1911, this bridge had the longest concrete span in the US when it was built.
Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
60 Montvale Block
Montvale Block
01998-04-13April 13, 1998 1001-1009 W. First Ave.
47°39′24″N 117°25′31″W / 47.656667°N 117.425278°W / 47.656667; -117.425278 (Montvale Block)
Spokane Built in 1899 and also known as the Montvale Hotel, the building was renovated and reopened in 2005, after 25 years of vacancy.
61 Mount Saint Michael
Mount Saint Michael
02000-05-05May 5, 2000 8500 N. Saint Michael Rd.
47°43′55″N 117°20′21″W / 47.731944°N 117.339167°W / 47.731944; -117.339167 (Mount Saint Michael)
Spokane Built in 1916.
62 Muzzy-Shine House 02010-12-20December 20, 2010 1506 W. Mission Ave.
47°40′18″N 117°24′51″W / 47.671667°N 117.414167°W / 47.671667; -117.414167 (Muzzy-Shine House)
Spokane
63 Natatorium Carousel
Natatorium Carousel
01977-09-19September 19, 1977 Spokane Falls Blvd.
47°39′39″N 117°25′10″W / 47.660833°N 117.419444°W / 47.660833; -117.419444 (Natatorium Carousel)
Spokane Built circa 1909 and also known as the Natatorium Carousel, this carousel was designed by Charles I. D. Looff and moved from Natatorium Park to its current site at Riverfront Park in 1975.
64 Nettleton's Addition Historic District
Nettleton's Addition Historic District
02006-03-22March 22, 2006 Area bounded by W. Summit, Mission, N Summit, A St. Bridge, and Chestnut
47°40′08″N 117°26′34″W / 47.668889°N 117.442778°W / 47.668889; -117.442778 (Nettleton's Addition Historic District)
Spokane Established in 1887.
65 Ninth Avenue Historic District 01994-07-21July 21, 1994 Roughly bounded by 7th Ave., Monroe St., 12th Ave. and the Burlington Northern RR tracks
47°38′51″N 117°26′02″W / 47.6475°N 117.433889°W / 47.6475; -117.433889 (Ninth Avenue Historic District)
Spokane
66 Otis Hotel
Otis Hotel
01998-10-02October 2, 1998 1101-1109 W. First
47°39′24″N 117°25′38″W / 47.656667°N 117.427222°W / 47.656667; -117.427222 (Otis Hotel)
Spokane Built in 1911.
67 Peaceful Valley Historic District 01984-04-19April 19, 1984 Roughly bounded by the Spokane River, Wilson Ave., Elm, and Cedar Sts.
47°39′32″N 117°26′03″W / 47.658889°N 117.434167°W / 47.658889; -117.434167 (Peaceful Valley Historic District)
Spokane
68 Peyton Building and Peyton Annex
Peyton Building and Peyton Annex
02005-03-15March 15, 2005 722 W. Sprague Ave./10 N. Post St.
47°39′34″N 117°25′24″W / 47.659444°N 117.423333°W / 47.659444; -117.423333 (Peyton Building and Peyton Annex)
Spokane Built in 1898 and 1908.
69 Victor & Jean Piollet House 02010-12-13December 13, 2010 606 W. 16th Ave.
47°38′28″N 117°25′15″W / 47.641111°N 117.420833°W / 47.641111; -117.420833 (Victor & Jean Piollet House)
Spokane
70 John and Mary Ralston House 02002-12-03December 3, 2002 2421 W. Mission Ave.
47°40′17″N 117°26′53″W / 47.671389°N 117.448056°W / 47.671389; -117.448056 (John and Mary Ralston House)
Spokane Built in 1900.
71 Review Building
Review Building
01975-02-24February 24, 1975 SE corner, Riverside Ave. and Monroe St.
47°39′28″N 117°25′31″W / 47.657778°N 117.425278°W / 47.657778; -117.425278 (Review Building)
Spokane Built in 1890.
72 Royal Riblet House 01979-03-26March 26, 1979 E of Spokane on Fruit Hill Rd.
47°41′52″N 117°14′57″W / 47.697778°N 117.249167°W / 47.697778; -117.249167 (Royal Riblet House)
Spokane Built in 1925.
73 Richardson-Jackson House
Richardson-Jackson House
02006-03-22March 22, 2006 1226 N. Summit Blvd.
47°40′13″N 117°27′29″W / 47.670278°N 117.458056°W / 47.670278; -117.458056 (Richardson-Jackson House)
Spokane Built in 1906.
74 Riverside Avenue Historic District 01976-07-30July 30, 1976 Riverside Ave.
47°39′27″N 117°25′44″W / 47.6575°N 117.428889°W / 47.6575; -117.428889 (Riverside Avenue Historic District)
Spokane
75 Robinwood Apartments 02005-03-30March 30, 2005 209-223 West Ninth Ave.
47°38′57″N 117°24′54″W / 47.649167°N 117.415°W / 47.649167; -117.415 (Robinwood Apartments)
Spokane Built in 1939.
76 Rockwood Historic District 01997-04-14April 14, 1997 Roughly, Rockwood Blvd. from 11th to 29th Aves.
47°38′12″N 117°23′56″W / 47.636667°N 117.398889°W / 47.636667; -117.398889 (Rockwood Historic District)
Spokane
77 John R. Rogers High School 02010-12-29December 29, 2010 1622 E. Wellesley Ave.
47°47′58″N 117°23′09″W / 47.799444°N 117.385833°W / 47.799444; -117.385833 (John R. Rogers High School)
Spokane
78 Roosevelt Apartments
Roosevelt Apartments
02000-08-10August 10, 2000 524 W. Seventh Ave.
47°38′59″N 117°24′59″W / 47.649722°N 117.416389°W / 47.649722; -117.416389 (Roosevelt Apartments)
Spokane Built in 1929.
79 Rosebush House 02000-11-22November 22, 2000 3318 N. Marguerite Rd.
47°41′15″N 117°17′02″W / 47.6875°N 117.283889°W / 47.6875; -117.283889 (Rosebush House)
Spokane
80 Salvation Army Building 02000-11-22November 22, 2000 245 W. Main Ave.
47°39′32″N 117°24′53″W / 47.658889°N 117.414722°W / 47.658889; -117.414722 (Salvation Army Building)
Spokane Built in 1921.
81 San Marco
San Marco
01987-02-12February 12, 1987 W. 1229 Riverside
47°39′27″N 117°25′48″W / 47.6575°N 117.43°W / 47.6575; -117.43 (San Marco)
Spokane Built in 1904.
82 Schade Brewery
Schade Brewery
01994-12-08December 8, 1994 E. 528 Trent Ave.
47°39′40″N 117°24′05″W / 47.661111°N 117.401389°W / 47.661111; -117.401389 (Schade Brewery)
Spokane Originally built 1902-03, additional construction was in 1907 and 1934–1937.
83 Sears, Roebuck Department Store
Sears, Roebuck Department Store
01991-06-04June 4, 1991 W. 902 Main Ave.
47°39′34″N 117°25′28″W / 47.659444°N 117.424444°W / 47.659444; -117.424444 (Sears, Roebuck Department Store)
Spokane Built in 1929 and also known as the Comstock Library, this art deco building was demolished in 1992.
84 Seehorn-Lang Building 01998-01-23January 23, 1998 151-165 S. Lincoln St.
47°39′20″N 117°25′25″W / 47.655556°N 117.423611°W / 47.655556; -117.423611 (Seehorn-Lang Building)
Spokane
85 Edwin A. Smith House
Edwin A. Smith House
01985-08-23August 23, 1985 N. 1414 Summit Blvd.
47°40′14″N 117°27′19″W / 47.670556°N 117.455278°W / 47.670556; -117.455278 (Edwin A. Smith House)
Spokane Built circa 1912.
86 William and Margaret Solby House 02007-08-16August 16, 2007 1325 E. 20th Ave.
47°38′20″N 117°23′25″W / 47.638889°N 117.390278°W / 47.638889; -117.390278 (William and Margaret Solby House)
Spokane Built in 1926.
87 Spokane City Hall Building
Spokane City Hall Building
01985-02-21February 21, 1985 N. 221 Wall St. and W. 711 Spokane Falls Blvd.
47°39′35″N 117°25′18″W / 47.659722°N 117.421667°W / 47.659722; -117.421667 (Spokane City Hall Building)
Spokane Built 1912-13, this was planned to be a "temporary" city hall, but functioned in this capacity for 70 years.
88 Spokane Club Building-Legion Building
Spokane Club Building-Legion Building
01994-08-08August 8, 1994 108 N. Washington St.
47°39′30″N 117°25′00″W / 47.658333°N 117.416667°W / 47.658333; -117.416667 (Spokane Club Building-Legion Building)
Spokane Built in 1910 and designed by Kirtland Cutter.
89 Spokane County Courthouse
Spokane County Courthouse
01974-01-21January 21, 1974 W. 1116 Broadway
47°39′54″N 117°25′40″W / 47.665°N 117.427778°W / 47.665; -117.427778 (Spokane County Courthouse)
Spokane Built 1894-95 and designed by Willis Ritchie.
90 Spokane Fire Station No. 3
Spokane Fire Station No. 3
01994-12-09December 9, 1994 1229 N. Monroe St.
47°40′09″N 117°25′33″W / 47.669167°N 117.425833°W / 47.669167; -117.425833 (Spokane Fire Station No. 3)
Spokane
91 Spokane Flour Mill
Spokane Flour Mill
01978-02-08February 8, 1978 W. 621 Mallon Ave.
47°39′45″N 117°25′13″W / 47.6625°N 117.420278°W / 47.6625; -117.420278 (Spokane Flour Mill)
Spokane Built in 1895, but did not begin operation until 1900 due to legal issues.
92 Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad Car Facility 02010-09-10September 10, 2010 800 E. Spokane Falls Blvd.
47°39′42″N 117°23′52″W / 47.661667°N 117.397778°W / 47.661667; -117.397778 (Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad Car Facility)
Spokane
93 Spokane Public Library 01982-08-03August 3, 1982 925 W. Montgomery St.
47°40′42″N 117°25′31″W / 47.678333°N 117.425278°W / 47.678333; -117.425278 (Spokane Public Library)
Spokane Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
94 Spokane Public Library
Spokane Public Library
01982-08-03August 3, 1982 525 Mission St.
47°40′20″N 117°24′02″W / 47.672222°N 117.400556°W / 47.672222; -117.400556 (Spokane Public Library)
Spokane Built circa 1913.
Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
95 Spokane Public Library 01982-08-03August 3, 1982 25 Altamont St.
47°39′24″N 117°22′26″W / 47.656667°N 117.373889°W / 47.656667; -117.373889 (Spokane Public Library)
Spokane Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
96 Spokane Public Library
Spokane Public Library
01982-08-03August 3, 1982 10 S. Cedar
47°39′25″N 117°25′54″W / 47.656944°N 117.431667°W / 47.656944; -117.431667 (Spokane Public Library)
Spokane Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
97 Spokane Sash and Door Company Flats
Spokane Sash and Door Company Flats
02005-08-24August 24, 2005 1302-1312 W Broadway Ave.
47°40′00″N 117°25′52″W / 47.666667°N 117.431111°W / 47.666667; -117.431111 (Spokane Sash and Door Company Flats)
Spokane Built in 1909 and designed by Kirtland Cutter.
98 Sunset Boulevard Bridge
Sunset Boulevard Bridge
01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spans Latah Creek
47°39′00″N 117°26′48″W / 47.65°N 117.446667°W / 47.65; -117.446667 (Sunset Boulevard Bridge)
Spokane Built 1911-14.
Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
99 Dr. Charles and Elsie Thomas House
Dr. Charles and Elsie Thomas House
02007-08-15August 15, 2007 1212 N. Summit Blvd.
47°40′12″N 117°27′28″W / 47.67°N 117.457778°W / 47.67; -117.457778 (Dr. Charles and Elsie Thomas House)
Spokane Built in 1907.
100 Frank and Maude Tuell House
Frank and Maude Tuell House
02006-08-09August 9, 2006 416 W. 22nd Ave.
47°38′12″N 117°25′03″W / 47.636667°N 117.4175°W / 47.636667; -117.4175 (Frank and Maude Tuell House)
Spokane
101 Luther P. and Jane Marie Turner House 02003-12-23December 23, 2003 E. 1521 Illinois Ave
47°40′47″N 117°22′20″W / 47.679722°N 117.372222°W / 47.679722; -117.372222 (Luther P. and Jane Marie Turner House)
Spokane Built in 1916.
102 US Post Office, Courthouse, and Custom House
US Post Office, Courthouse, and Custom House
01983-12-08December 8, 1983 W. 904 Riverside Ave.
47°40′29″N 117°24′18″W / 47.674722°N 117.405°W / 47.674722; -117.405 (US Post Office, Courthouse, and Custom House)
Spokane
103 Washington Street Bridge
Washington Street Bridge
01982-07-16July 16, 1982 Spanned Spokane River
47°39′48″N 117°25′01″W / 47.663333°N 117.416944°W / 47.663333; -117.416944 (Washington Street Bridge)
Spokane Built in 1908, this bridge was the oldest of its type in Washington when it was demolished in 1983.
104 Lawrence and Lydia Weaver House
Lawrence and Lydia Weaver House
02002-03-13March 13, 2002 520 W. 16th Ave.
47°38′29″N 117°25′07″W / 47.641389°N 117.418611°W / 47.641389; -117.418611 (Lawrence and Lydia Weaver House)
Spokane Built in 1910.
105 West Downtown Historic Transportation Corridor 01999-12-30December 30, 1999 Roughly bounded 2nd Ave., Maple St., Sprague Ave., and Howard St.
47°39′22″N 117°25′40″W / 47.656111°N 117.427778°W / 47.656111; -117.427778 (West Downtown Historic Transportation Corridor)
Spokane
106 Whitten Block
Whitten Block
01993-05-14May 14, 1993 N. 1 Post St.
47°39′28″N 117°25′22″W / 47.657778°N 117.422778°W / 47.657778; -117.422778 (Whitten Block)
Spokane Built 1889-90, it is also known as Hamer's, currently houses the Hotel Lusso.
107 Ralston and Sarah Wilbur House 02006-03-15March 15, 2006 2525 E. 19th Ave.
47°38′26″N 117°22′18″W / 47.640556°N 117.371667°W / 47.640556; -117.371667 (Ralston and Sarah Wilbur House)
Spokane Built in 1916.
108 James and Corinne Williams House
James and Corinne Williams House
02003-12-23December 23, 2003 1225 W. 19th Ave.
47°38′16″N 117°25′44″W / 47.637778°N 117.428889°W / 47.637778; -117.428889 (James and Corinne Williams House)
Spokane Built in 1911.

Former listings

[2] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Hyde Building and Annex 01988-01-20January 20, 1988 Formerly at 611½ Riverside Ave.
Spokane Built in 1890, this building was demolished in 1979.
2 Strahorn Pines 01999-01-01January 1, 1999 Formerly at W. 2216 1st Ave.
Spokane Built in 1904, and designed by Kirtland Cutter, this home was demolished in the 1990s.

References

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 10, 2011.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.

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