In 1916, Bing became an an altar boy for St. Aloysius Church. Every third week, he attended and served mass at 6:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. One of Bing's friends asked him if he would like to sing at the church. Bing was hesitant, but…

Deborah Copenhaver sculpted this bronze statue of Bing Crosby which was dedicated on Bing's birthday, May 3, 1981. Crosby had died in 1977. Kathryn Crosby, his widow, was in attendance. Bob Hope participated by phone, and was telecast over a loud…

During the 1950's, Gonzaga recognized the need of a good library, and Bing Crosby became a major supporter for their cause. Crosby organized a television show called the Edsel Show in 1957, and the proceeds were to go towards the building. The…

The Clemmer Theatre, now known as the Bing Crosby Theater, was built in 1915 by Edwin W. Houghton. The building was first used as an 800-seat movie theater. The theater was very luxurious with painted murals, 1600 lights, and a grand Kimball organ.…

The Crosby family moved to Spokane in 1906 when Bing was three years old. They lived in a rental home for seven years, just a few blocks away from this house which they built in 1913. The Crosby home is located at 508 E. Sharp Avenue. The…