AKA: St. John's Episcopal Church #1, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - religious structures - churches

Designers: Durham, Anderson and Freed, Architects (firm); Peterson, Richard, Associates (firm); David Riley Anderson (architect); Robert Lewis Durham (architect); Aaron David Freed (architect); Richard V. Peterson (architect)

Dates: [unspecified]

California Avenue SW and SW Hanford Street
West Seattle, Seattle, WA 98116

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Northeast corner of California Avenue SW and SW Hanford Street.

Richard Peterson and Associates acted as Associate Architects on this project.

Saint John's Episcopal Church was in operation in 07/1905 at the corner of "Vashon and Madrone Streets" in West Seattle. (See "In the Churches Tomorrow," Seattle Times, 07/29/1905, p. 7.)

In 1963, Seattle architects, Durham, Anderson and Freed, prepared drawings for an addition to the church; they can be found in the University of Washington, Special Collections Division, HA0056-HA0064 Box 168. It is possible that this church was later than the one in operation in 1905.

PCAD id: 6158