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Then and Now

Ever wonder what Spokane looked like 100 years ago? Our Then and Now feature takes you back in time with historical photographs matched up with their modern counterparts.

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Ferris House

Two years ago, John L. Scott agent Joe Dinnison sold Ferris House, a midcentury modern tucked into the Rockwood neighbor at 431 E. 16th, to a California pizza-chain owner for $813,000. The new owner, who still hasn't been to Spokane, now wants to sell the house for $1 million.

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Mount St. Helens: Then & Now

When Mount St. Helens blew, Spokesman-Review photographer Christopher Anderson hopped on a chartered Cessna and snapped photos from all around the erupting volcano. Thirty years later, he went up again, surveying a land transformed and trying to re-create some of the images he captured May 18, 1980. The result is a visual essay on desolation and restoration. <em>Photo editing by Liz Kishimoto.</em>

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