Structure Type: built works - recreation areas and structures

Designers: Schack, Young and Myers, Architects and Engineers (firm); Thomas, Harlan, Architect (firm); David John Myers (architect); James Hansen Schack Sr. (architect); Irving Harlan Thomas (architect); Arrigo Mazzucato Young (civil engineer/mechanical engineer)

Dates: constructed 1920-1921

605 Spring Street
Downtown, Seattle, WA 98104

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The Seattle College Club #2 was located across the street from the Women's University Club, located at 1105 6th Avenue, each institution catering to college graduates, at a time when few could afford or had access to higher education.

Building History

The architectural firm of Schack, Young and Myers designed the College Club #2 in association with Irving Harlan Thomas (1870-1953), a noted architect, who served as the Director of the University of Washington School of Architecture between 1926 and 1940. Schack, Young and Myers also would collaborate with Thomas's firm on the Seattle Chamber of Commerce Building #2 (1925).

In 1924, Roy E. Campbell was the President of the College Club of Seattle, with Harry E. Briggs, Secretary and George F. Thompson, Treasurer. E. Nelson Lord managed the club in 1924. (See Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1924, p. 457.)


The Seattle College Club #2 was razed to make room for US Interstate 5 during the 1960s.

PCAD id: 11971