924 West Garland Avenue, Spokane, WA
+47.69401, -117.4255047°41'38" N, 117°25'32" W
The Garland Theater, located north of downtown Spokane, Washington is historically significant under Criterion A for its direct connection to the entertainment/recreational needs of Spokane. The building is also eligible under Criterion C as a good example of its type and style as defined by the Historic Theaters MPD and represents the work of the noted architectural firm of Funk, Molander & Johnson. While the structure is representative of the Streamline Moderne movement, the craftsmanship reveals a search for a style in the immediate post war era. The period of significance begins in 1945, the date the theater opened and ends in 1961, the first documented official change in ownership.
- May 12, 2018: New photos from Richard Doody
- August 10, 2014: Added by Dave King