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Louise M. Sergeant wrote an editorial essay extolling one of the most highly anticipated endeavors in the region: the Hutton Settlement orphanage east of Spokane.
The parents of a boy who died from rabies and the parents of a girl who fell 75 feet down an elevator shaft were each awarded $1,500 by juries in separate civil trials.
Levi Hutton purchased 38 additional acres in the Pasadena Park area of the Spokane Valley, as part of his plan to build an orphan’s home at the cost of “several hundred thousand dollars.” Hutton had previously purchased 112 acres for the home. This tract was adjacent to it.
Fueled by a lucky stake in a productive silver mine, Levi “Al” Hutton and May Arkwright built the Hutton building in 1906.
The bell atop a pillar just outside the administration building at the Hutton Settlement isn’t just a decoration, and it isn’t any old bell. The bell comes from Northern Pacific Railway Company’s Engine 109 and was brought to the Hutton Settlement at the request of founder Levi W. Hutton.