A.C. Ware

Another notable structure was the home of the Inland Commercial club and Eilers music house, erected at Post and Sprague at a cost of $125,000. A significant indication of the Spokane spirit was evident in the remarkable success of the Inland club, which attained a resident membership of 700 before the close of the year, with 119 non-resident and 117 commercial traveler memberships.  …the governing hoard is composed of …A. C. Ware, …

Reference Data:

The History of the City of Spokane and Spokane County, Washington, Vol. 1, by Nelson Duane Durham, 1912, pages 560-1

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