Structure Type: built works - dwellings - housing - industrial housing

Designers: Bebb and Mendel, Architects (firm); Charles Herbert Bebb ; Louis Leonard Mendel Sr. (architect)

Dates: constructed 1907

3 stories

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Port Gamble, WA

Building History

The successful Seattle architectural firm of Bebb and Mendel designed the Hotel Puget Annex, a group of three, three-story, wood-frame buildings used to serve workingmen in the town of Port Gamble, a company town of the Puget Mill Company, an early lumber mill in the Puget Sound area. It was designed to serve the single men who worked as loggers, lumber mill employees, longshoremen and fishermen in town. In 1907, the architects produced plans for Puget MIll's Port Gamble Hotel Puget Annex, the posh Hotel Puget, designed for guests of the company and visitors to the Kitsap Peninsula, and several carriage houses and automobile garages.

Bebb and Mendel also designed the Washington Park mansion of the Puget Mill's Business Manager, Edwin Ames, in 1906.

PCAD id: 19700