July 6, 2015
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Circa 1910: The Pfister Bowling and Billiards hall sat next to Louis Davenport’s restaurant on Sprague Avenue before the construction of the Davenport Hotel.
June 23, 2014 in City on Page A5
From 1905 to about 1912, Henry L. Haupt ran one of Spokane’s most popular entertainment venues, The Pfister Bowling and Billiards, a place where a man could get a cigar, …
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