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Holy Rosary Catholic Church Tacoma’s German Catholic community built the first Holy Rosary church in 1891 with volunteer labor because they wanted a church where sermons were given in their native language. Due to Tacoma’s rapid growth, the small wooden church … Continue reading
I had the opportunity to photograph a building at the north end of Tacoma, WA, that is a new office building of a remodeling contractor Wren and Willow. It originally was build in 1917 and was used as a antique … Continue reading
Former Weyerhaeuser Mansion. It was built as the residence of timber baron John P. Weyerhaeuser in 1923. It contains 16,709 square feet of living space with nearly 50 rooms. The mansion has unusual features, such as the pipe organ on the first floor. … Continue reading
This picture is of a building in downtown Tacoma on the Pacific Ave.