AKA: Seattle Pacific University, Crawford Hall, Queen Anne, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - performing arts structures - performing arts structures; built works - public buildings - schools - university buildings

Designers: Mallis and De Hart, Architects (firm); Joseph Henry Dillon DeHart (architect); William Mallis (architect)

Dates: constructed 1959-1960

2 stories, total floor area: 13,942 sq. ft.

15 West Bertona Street
Queen Anne, Seattle, WA 98119

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Tacoma, WA's Crawford Foundation donated $29,000 for the erection of a music building on the Seattle Pacific Campus, as well as a comparable sum for a new President's House; in gratitude, this music building was named in honor of the Crawford Family. Nelse Mortensen and Company served as the Building Contractor for Crawford Music Center. An extensive history of the Crawford Music Center and its surroundings was created by Larry Johnson of Johnson Associates in 12/2009 as part of larger environmental impact study required for the demolition of the building. This was accessed at:Accessed 02/10/2010.

The Crawford Music Center was programmed to contain the following: 9 offices/studios, voice and instrumental practice rooms, a music library, a band and orchestra rehearsal hall, various classrooms, a committee room, a listening room, a school administrative office, and a 250-seat recital hall.

This building was in danger of demolition in 02/2010.