May 24, 2015
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Present day: Looking north down Market Street in Hillyard, many older buildings remain from a century ago. Most buildings date from 1901-48.
May 6, 2013 in City on Page A5
In 1892, James J. Hill, the architect and president of the Great Northern Railroad, arrived in Spokane. He told a newspaper reporter: “I am coming here to get your business …
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