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From Digital Archives: Spokane a century ago

by Brian Zylstra | June 26th, 2014

Spokane-in-1908

(Photo courtesy of Washington State Digital Archives)

Our Digital Archives website is full of classic photos of many people and places in Washington, including Spokane. Here is a 1908 photo of the Lilac City’s downtown looking north from Cliff Drive. It’s found in the Charles Libby Collection, which is sample of 100 photos from the Libby Studio Photograph Collection held by the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane.

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