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Spokane County Court House

This is probably one of my favorite subjects to photograph. There’s a long and interesting history regarding the structure and the 29 year old architect, J. W. Ritchie. The Court House was finally occupied in November, 1895. Today, the courthouse … Continue reading

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Snow at the Court House

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Spokane County Courthouse

┬áSpokane County Court House. Children look at this majestic building and ask “who lives in the castle?” It belongs to all of us–none of us wants to live there, however! There is a colorful past to our court house. Historians … Continue reading

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