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Wednesday, October 21, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Spokane Club

The Spokane Club from Monroe Street.

1002 W. Riverside Ave., Spokane, WA

Directions: If you step inside, ask to see the large fireplace on the east wall.

The Spokane Club from Monroe Street.

A Kirtland Cutter masterpiece

The 1910 Georgian Revival Spokane Club building is one of the great architectural achievements of Kirtland Cutter, who also designed the Davenport Hotel and was on the team that designed the Chronicle Building at Sprague and Monroe. Notice the sun adornment and medallion atop the columns above the front entrance. Inside, the formal dining room is a huge fireplace large enough to walk inside to get close to the fire on cold days.

Directions to the next stop: Masonic Temple

© Google • Open in Maps 243 ft away


Head west on W Riverside Ave toward N Madison St

Destination will be on the right