Caption: Present day: Looking west from the raised colonnade of the federal courthouse, the Riverside Avenue Historic District is obscured by mature trees. On the left side of the street are the Spokesman-Review Production Facility, the Chancery (originally the Western Union Life building), and the Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes. On the right side are the Spokane Club, the Chamber of Commerce building, the Masonic Temple, the North Coast Life building (formerly the Elks Lodge) and the Smith and Co. building.
Photo by Jesse Tinsley
Published on May 13, 2013

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