The National Hotel was built in 1905 and is a typical example of the "single room occupancy" type of building, which was a popular style in Spokane at the time. The building is indicative of the SRO style, featuring symmetrically balanced exterior…

This impressive building is The Holy Names Academy. Originally built in 1891 by Architect, Patrick Donohoe, the building was later remodeled by the Spokane Architect firm, Preusse & Zittel, who designed the north and south wings in 1903. The Academy…

Note: This building is located on Private property. This antiquated building is the Dybdall Gristmill. Named after its owner and architect, O.C. Dybdall. The Norwegian immigrant built the mill in 1897 after buying the property from the previous…

The building today known as University Pharmacy in the Gonzaga district of Spokane has served the community since its construction in 1909 by the Pioneer Educational Society (PES) and the Spokane Architectural firm, Preusse & Zittel. Over the years…