"This glazed terra cotta building was the last building constructed during Spokane's great building boom of the early twentieth century. Daniel H. Burnham, considered one of the master architects of the United States, was given the contract after a nationwide competition was held. An example of pure Chicago School of Architecture style, it is of national significance and is considered one of the finest structures in Spokane." From: Spokane Visitors Guide 1998, pg. 30.
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