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Tacoma, Washington


Mount Rainier, August 20, 1984


Pantages Theatre & Jones Building

The site on which the building was constructed has particular importance in the history of Tacoma commerce. William Jones, who commissioned the project, was a key figure in the development of the shipping industry and wheat trade in the northwest.

1918 initial construction
The building represents the earliest extant example of the architect B. Marcus Priteca's numerous theater-office building designs for the vaudeville magnate Alexander Pantages.

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