A 1950s Mid-Century Home Joins the Spokane Register of Historic Places

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May 23, 2013
Originally published in The Furniture Issue
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Pacific Catch
A pedigreed mid-century home tailor-made for its inhabitants and environs joins the Spokane Register of Historic Places.
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  "There's a sort of peacefulness that envelops you," says Sam Ferris of the house he grew up in, show in 1955.
    "There's a sort of peacefulness that envelops you," says Sam Ferris of the house he grew up in, show in 1955.
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  The view as it appears today.
    The view as it appears today.
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  The living room features two side chairs and an end table by Edward Wormley for Dunbar and a bronze screen designed by Harold Balazs.
    The living room features two side chairs and an end table by Edward Wormley for Dunbar and a bronze screen designed by Harold Balazs.
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  A drawing by Lawrence Halprin details the landscape plan.
    A drawing by Lawrence Halprin details the landscape plan.
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