Historic Properties of Spokane

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Williams House

Williams House
Williams House
1225 W. 19th Avenue See Map
1911
Albert Held/Cyrus A. Conant
Cliff / Cannon
None
12/23/2003
09/17/2001

Built in 1911 for Spokane attorney James A. Williams and his wife Corinne Conant Williams, the Williams House is an exceptional example of Prairie style architecture. The home was designed by noted Spokane architect Albert Held and built by Corinne Conant Williams’ father Cyrus Augustus Conant, a general contractor who specialized in bridge building. The house is located near Cannon Hill Park, which was designed in accordance with the recommendations of the nationally renowned Olmsted Brothers, landscape architects of Brookline, Massachusetts.

 

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