"Statue of Ensign Robt. Monaghan, the Spokane youth who gave up his life in saving a brother officer during the uprising in Samoa. The Statue is on the River Bank, cor. Riverside Ave. and Monroe, Spokane, Wash."
"Main and Monroe, Spokane, at the Lincoln Monument. Spokane is a clean city, with wide streets, business blocks, banks, office and public buildings of the latest design, splendid boulevards and public parks."
"Ramada Inn, located 600 ft from Spokane International Airport Terminal. Watch jets taking off and landing as you sit in the Flight Deck Lounge or enjoy dining at its finest in the Red Baron Room. Convention and banquet facilities available. Luxurious accommodations, including the fabulous Bridal Suites with their own private pool."
The Mormon Pavilion, Expo '74 World's Fair, is built to resemble gold plates from which Prophet Joseph Smith translated scriptures. A nine-food statue of the Angel Moroni stands in front of the building.
Downtown. Single and double rooms. Air-conditioned. Soundproof and fireproof. Telephones. Television. Carpeting. Tile Baths. Tubs. Showers. Soft Water. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn J. Brownson. For Reservations Phone KE. 4-0669
Gaiser Conservatory, located in Manito Park in Spokane, Washington, provides a year-round display of tropical plants. The central conservatory was expanded and renamed in memory of Dr. David Gaiser, civic leader and park patron, in 1988.