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Morgan House

Morgan House
Manito White House
242 E. Manito Place See Map
George Keith and Harold Whitehouse

The Daniel Morgan House is an excellent example of a Neoclassical dwelling Spokane and possesses striking features attributed to the style such as the prominent full-width and heigh entry porch and the four large Tuscan columns that support a gabled pediment.  The home remains an important example of the residential work of local renowned architects, Harold C. Whitehouse and George H. Keith,  and stands in one of Spokane's finest early neighborhoods, Manito Park Addition.  The dwelling was constructed in 1909 for Daniel Morgan, an early Spokane entrepreneur, developer, and, later, a Washington state senator.


Management Agreement

Nomination (PDF)