Structure Type: built works - public buildings - schools - university buildings

Designers: Breitung and Jewett, Architects (firm); Conradin Alfred Breitung (architect)

Dates: constructed 1905

2 stories

Seattle, WA

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William H. Jewett is credited with the design of this four-story, hipped roof structure, similar in character to Denny Hall on the University of Washington Campus. It has a more economical, less overtly revivalistic exterior than Denny Hall, but retains the towers, hipped roof, and inset arched entryway.

PCAD id: 14836