Walla Walla County, Washington

146th Field Artillery Regiment Memorial (Miscellaneous)
Memorial to the 146th Field Artillery Washington National Guard dedicated in 2002
Andrews Livery Stable (Barn)
Wood frame livery stable barn built in 1910
B.L. Sharpstein School (School)
Richardsonian Romanesque Revival schoolhouse built in 1898
Baker Boyer National Bank (Bank)
Seven story Neo-Classical/Greek Revival bank built in 1911
Baker Center, Whitman College (House)
Colonial Revival house built in 1904
Ben Grote House (Mansion)
Neo-classic/Georgian Revival mansion built in 1916
Betz Brewing & Malting Company Offices (Commercial building)
Two story brick commercial building built in 1910
Also known as: Walla Walla Candy Company, Duff's Creamery
Blue Mountain Locomotive (Railroad vehicle)
Porter - Bell 0-6-0 narrow 3 foot gauge locomotive built in 1877
Boyer House (Mansion)
Neo-classic/Georgian Revival mansion built in 1909
Brechtel Building (Commercial building)
Two story brick and stone commercial building built in 1869
Casa Hispana, Whitman College (House)
Queen Anne style house built in 1902
Christopher Columbus Monument (Monument)
Granite statue of Christopher Columbus dedicated October 12, 1911
Cropp Mansion (Mansion)
Queen Anne style sandstone mansion built in 1898
Dacres Hotel (Hotel)   [Map · Street View]
4th and Main Sts., Walla Walla, Washington
Dement House (House)
Queen Anne style house built in 1892
Denny Building (Building)
Four story brick commercial building built in 1906
Die Brucke Building (Commercial building)
Two story brick commercial building built in 1903
District 41 Schoolhouse (School)
Arts & Crafts style schoolhouse built in 1915
Also known as: L'Ecole No.41 Winery
Dixie High School (School)   [Map · Street View]
Off U.S. 410, Dixie, Washington
Also known as: Dixie School
Donovan Farm Horse Barn (Barn)
Gambrel roof, timber frame horse barn built in 1915
Drumheller Building (Commercial building)
Four story brick commercial building built in 1904
Exchange Bank Building (Library)
Two story brick bank building constructed in 1905
Fine Arts House, Whitman College (House)
Eastlake Stick style house built in 1903
First Christian Church (Church)
Carpenter Gothic church built in 1905
First Congregational Church (Church)
Colonial Revival church built in 1931
First National Bank (Bank)
Renaissance Revival bank building built in 1889
First National Bank of Walla Walla (Bank)
Neo-Classical/Greek Revival style bank built in 1921
First Presbyterian Church (Church)
Norman Gothic Revival church built in 1913
Fort Walla Walla Historic District (District)   [Map]
77 Wainwright Dr., Walla Walla, Washington
Also known as: Veteran's Administration Hospital
Frank Kibler Farm Horse Barn (Barn)
Gambrel roof, timber frame horse barn built in 1918
GAR Memorial Cannon (Monument)
Memorial to the Grand Army of the Republic dedicated in 1905
Gardena Schoolhouse (School)
Rural Schoolhouse built in 1910 closed in the late 1940s
General Jonathan M. Wainwright Statue (Statue)
Bronze sculpture by Roger McGee dedicated in 1996
George Ludwigs House (House)   [Map]
125 Newell St., Walla Walla, Washington
Green Park School (School)   [Map · Street View]
1105 Isaacs Ave., Walla Walla, Washington
Hunter Conservatory, Whitman College (School)
Neo-Classical/Georgian Revival style music conservatory built in 1910
I.O.O.F. Hall (Commercial building)
Two brick and cast iron fraternal hall built in 1888
I.O.O.F. Hall Addition (Commercial building)
Two story brick fraternal hall constructed in 1905
Ice Harbor Lock & Dam (Dam)
Concrete gravity, run-of-the-river dam constructed between 1955 and 1962
J.W, Morgan Building (Commercial building)
132 Main Street; Waitsburg, WA
Jacob Kibler Farm Horse Barn (Barn)
Gambrel roof, timber frame horse barn built in 1915
John F. Boyer House (House)   [Map]
204 Newell St., Walla Walla, Washington
Johnson Bridge (Bridge)   [Map · Street View]
Spans Touchet River, Lowden, Washington
Kirkman House (House)   [Map]
214 N. Colville St., Walla Walla, Washington
Knights of Pythias Hall (Building)
Two story concrete fraternal hall built in 1915
La Maison Francaise, Whitman College (House)
Queen Anne style house built in 1905
Liberty Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
50 E. Main St., Walla Walla, Washington
Also known as: American Theater
Loundagin House (Commercial building)
Cast iron and brick commercial building built in 1888
Also known as: The Royal Block
Marcus Whitman Hotel (Hotel)   [Map · Street View]
107 N. Second Ave., Walla Walla, Washington
Marcus Whitman Statue (Statue)
Bronze sculpture by Avard Fairbanks dedicated in 2006
Masonic Hall (Commercial building)
Two story brick fraternal hall constructed in 1913
Masonic Temple (Meeting hall)
Two brick and stone fraternal meeting hall built in 1905
Also known as: Masonic Center
Max Baumeister Building (Bank)   [Map · Street View]
27 W. Main, Walla Walla, Washington
McDonald's Feed & Sale Stable (Commercial building)
Brick feed and sales stable built in 1905
McFeely Hotel (Commercial building)
Three story brick commercial building built in 1906
Memorial Building, Whitman College (School)   [Map · Street View]
345 Boyer Ave., Walla Walla, Washington
Miles C. Moore House (House)   [Map]
720 Bryant, Walla Walla, Washington
Mountain View Cemetery (Cemetery)
Municipal cemetery opened in 1853
National Guard Armory (Armory)
National Guard Armory built in 1920
Norman Francis Butler House (House)   [Map]
207 E. Cherry St., Walla Walla, Washington
Also known as: Butler-Cecil House
Northern Pacific Railway Passenger Depot (Railroad depot)   [Map · Street View]
416 N. Second Ave., Walla Walla, Washington
Also known as: The Depot
O.D. Keen Building (Service station)
Automotive service station built in 1935
Odd Fellows Temple (facade) (Structure)
Sandstone facade built in 1902 relocated in 1993
Also known as: Walla Walla Wall of Art
Osterman House (House)   [Map]
508 Lincoln St., Walla Walla, Washington
Also known as: Tuttle House
Paine Building (Bank)
Three story brick and cast iron bank built in 1879
Pastime Cafe (Diner)
Art Deco style cafe built in 1927
Pioneer Park Bandstand (Structure)
Wood frame bandstand built in 1909
Pioneer Supply Depot (Commercial building)
One story brick and cast iron commercial building built in 1882
Also known as: Touchet Valley Hardware, Waitsburg Hardware & Mercantile
Pioneer United Methodist Church (Church)
Norman Gothic Revival church built in 1916
Plaza Theater (Theater)
Moorish Revival movie theater built in 1928
Also known as: Neace Theater
Preston Hall (School)   [Map · Street View]
600 Main St., Waitsburg, Washington
Rees Mansion (Mansion)
Neo-Classical style mansion built in 1896.
Reynolds - Day Building (Commercial building)
Two story brick and cast iron commercial building built in 1874
Ritz Mansion (Mansion)
Queen Anne style built in 1895
Saint Patrick's Catholic Church (Church)
Gothic Revival brick church built in 1881
Saint Paul's Episcopal Church (Church)
Gothic Revival church built in 1906
Saturno-Breen Truck Garden (Garden)   [Map]
E of College Place on Rt. 5, College Place, Washington
Also known as: Breen Truck Garden
Schwarz - Adams Service Station (Service station)
Art Deco style service station built in 1922
Shady Lawn Creamery (Factory)
Wood frame commercial buildings built circa 1870
Sharpstein Manor (Mansion)
Queen Anne style house built in 1893
Small-Elliott House (House)   [Map · Street View]
314 E. Poplar St., Walla Walla, Washington
Also known as: Elliott House
Smith House (House)
Tudor Revival style house built in 1909
Also known as: Green Gables Inn
Spanish American War Memorial (Monument)
Limestone war memorial dedicated in 1904
Suttner Mansion (Mansion)
Neo-Classical style mansion built in 1910
The Times Building (Commercial building)
Newspaper office built in 1888
Toner House (House)
Tudor Revival style house built in 1911
Treaty Rock (Monument)
Granite stone marking the location of the Treaty Council of 1855 placed in 1930
Also known as: Pe-Wa-Oo-Yit
Two Sisters Rock (Natural feature)
449' basalt formation resulting from the erosion by the Missoula floods circa 10,000 - 13000 BC
Also known as: Captains Rock
Union Pacific Railroad Locomotive #2537 (Railroad vehicle)
Mikado Class 2-8-2 steam locomotive built in 1918
Union Schoolhouse District No,26 (School)
One room schoolhouse built in 1867
US Post Office--Walla Walla Main (Post office)   [Map · Street View]
128 N. Second St., Walla Walla, Washington
Waiilatpo, Washington (Placename)   [Map]

Wait's Mill (Mill)
Grist mill built in 1865 destroyed by fire in 2009
Also known as: Preston-Shaffer Milling Company
Waitsburg High School (School)   [Map · Street View]
421 Coopei St., Waitsburg, Washington
Waitsburg Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
Main St., Waitsburg, Washington
Walla Walla City Hall (City hall)
Georgian Revival style 2 story brick city hall built in 1908
Walla Walla County Courthouse (Courthouse)
Classical Revival county courthouse built in 1916
Walla Walla Gas & Electric Plant (Theater)
Brick power station built in 1890 convert into a theater in 2011
Also known as: Powerhouse Theater
Walla Walla Public Library (Library)   [Map · Street View]
109 S. Palouse St., Walla Walla, Washington
Also known as: Carnegie Center of the Arts, Inc.
Walla Walla Valley Traction Company Car Barn (Barn)   [Map · Street View]
1102 W. Cherry, Walla Walla, Washington
Also known as: Walla Walla Valley Traction Company Engine House
Washington Apartments (Building)
Neo-classical style four story brick apartment building built in 1925
Washington Odd Fellows Home (Miscellaneous)
Neo-classic/Georgian Revival retirement home built in 1897
Washington School (School)   [Map · Street View]
501 N. Cayuse, Walla Walla, Washington
Whitehouse--Crawford Planing Mill (Mill)   [Map · Street View]
212 N. 3rd Ave., Walla Walla, Washington
Whiteside Building (Commercial building)
Three story brick commercial building built in 1890
Whitman Mission National Historic Site (School)   [Map · Street View]
6 mi. W of Walla Walla off U.S. 410, Walla Walla, Washington
Also known as: Waiilatpu
Wilbur Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church (Church)
Sandstone Gothic church built in 1903
Also known as: Valley Church
William Perry Bruce House (House)   [Map]
4th and Main Sts., Waitsburg, Washington
Also known as: Bruce Memorial Museum
Yellow Bird Returns (Statue)
Bronze sculpture by Roger McGee dedicated in 2005