Whitman County, Washington

Albert W. Thompson Hall (School)   [Map · Street View]
Administration Rd. on Washington State University campus, Pullman, Washington
Also known as: Old Administration Building
Audian Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
315 East Main Street, Pullman, WA
Also known as: New Audian Theater
Barroll & Mahoney Building (Bank)
Two story brick bank building built in 1905
Canyon Grain Bin and Chutes (Structure)   [Map]
E of County Rd. 7030, 2 mi. NE of jct. County Rds. 7030 and 7010, Hay, Washington
Central Service Station (Service station)   [Map · Street View]
534 Whitman St., Rosalia, Washington
Also known as: Texaco Station
College Hill Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
Roughly bounded by Stadium Way, B St., Howard St., and Indiana St., Pullman, Washington
Collins House and Granary (House)   [Map · Street View]
SE of Uniontown off U.S. 195, Uniontown, Washington
Also known as: Ruddy-Collins House and Granary
Cordova Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
135 N. Grand Ave., Pullman, Washington
Cordova Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
135 N. Grand Avenue, Pullman, WA
Edwin H. Hanford House (House)   [Map]
N of WA 217, Oakesdale, Washington
Empire Theater (Theater)
Art Deco theater opened in 1940
F Street Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
Spans Palouse River, Palouse, Washington
Fonk Building (Commercial building)
Two story brick commercial building built in 1892
Also known as: Wheeler-Motter Building
Fraternity Block (Building)
Three story brick fraternal hall and commercial block built in 1889
Gustave Heilsberg Farm (Farm)   [Map]
Rt. 2, Colfax, Washington
Also known as: John Heilsberg Farm
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church (Church)   [Map · Street View]
105 E. Alder St., Palouse, Washington
Interior Grain Tramway (Site)   [Map]
Snake River Canyon, 2 mi. N of Wawawai, Pullman, Washington
J. C. Barron Flour Mill (Mill)   [Map · Street View]
1st and Jackson Sts., Oakesdale, Washington
James A. Perkins House (House)   [Map]
N. 623 Perkins St., Colfax, Washington
Manning-Rye Covered Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
Spans Palouse River, Colfax, Washington
Martin Stadium (Stadium)   [Map · Street View]
720 NE Stadium Way, Pullman, Washington
Masonic Hall (Meeting hall)   [Map · Street View]
Corner of Main and Second Sts., Farmington, Washington
Also known as: Farmington Community Center
Max Steinke Barn (Barn)   [Map]
Rt. 1, Box 130, St. John, Washington
Also known as: Charles DeChenne Barn
McCroskey Building (Building)
Two story brick commercial building built in 1917
McGregor Ranch (House)   [Map]
6 mi. S of Hooper, Hooper, Washington
Oakesdale City Hall (City hall)   [Map · Street View]
E. 101 Steptoe, Oakesdale, Washington
Also known as: C. Huling Building, Farmers and Merchants Bank, Bank of Oakesd
Palouse Main Street Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
Main St. between K and Mary Sts., Palouse, Washington
Pullman High School (School)   [Map]
115 NW State St., Pullman, Washington
Also known as: Gladish Building
R. C. McCroskey House (House)   [Map]
4th and Manring Sts., Garfield, Washington
Rosalia Railroad Bridge (Bridge)   [Map · Street View]
Two Milwaukee Railroad arch bridges.
Also known as: John Wayne Trail
Rose Theater (Theater)   [Map]
111 E. Canyon Street, Colfax, WA
Also known as: Roxy Theater
Rose Theater (Theater)   [Map]
115 S. Main Street, Colfax, WA
St. Boniface Church, Convent and Rectory (Church)   [Map · Street View]
206 St. Boniface St., Uniontown, Washington
St. Gall Catholic Church (Church)
Victorian Gothic brick church built in 1905
Steptoe Battlefield Site (Battle site)   [Map · Street View]
SE of Rosalia, Rosalia, Washington
Also known as: Steptoe Memorial State Park
Stevens Hall (Meeting hall)   [Map · Street View]
Campus and Administration Sts., Pullman, Washington
T. A. Leonard Barn (Barn)   [Map]
S side of Old Moscow Hwy., Pullman, Washington
Also known as: Leornard Barn
Tekoa Grain Company Elevator & Flathouse (Grain elevator)   [Map]
4 mi. W of Tekoa, Lone Pine, Washington
Also known as: Lone Pine Elevator
U.S. Post Office - Colfax (Post office)
Georgian Revival style post office built in 1932
U.S. Post Office--Pullman (Post office)   [Map · Street View]
SE 245 Paradise St., Pullman, Washington
United Presbyterian Church (Church)   [Map · Street View]
430 Maple St., Pullman, Washington
Also known as: Greystone Church
Waite & Ellis Blocks (Commercial building)   [Map · Street View]
Three story commercial blocks built in 1892 combined in 1920
Wawawai, Washington (Placename)   [Map · Street View]

William Swain House (House)   [Map]
W. 315 Main St., Pullman, Washington
Wilma, Washington (Placename)   [Map]