Spokane Chronicle from Spokane, Washington on November 27, 1980 · 3
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0 II ID S 3 1 f I t 1 ,r S MO I I 10 e t polintie Daith Jitta?Cri it.;.1rilOirtralb-ta - - ' .. . 4' ' . Nostalgic Carnegie Library will be recycled t.S.,,,?.t4!'0-3.:! : , By FRANK BARTEL Chronicle Business Editor The nostalgic old Carnegie Library for more than half a century a magnificent temple of learning for thousands of older residents of Spokane has escaped a close call with a wrecking ball and will be converted Io a new use, according to buyer Peter D. Rayner. Work on recycling of the majestic Grecian-styled classic, into a classy office building will begin next month, he said. Rayner, a tax attorney, is general partner in a limited partnership aptly called Spectacular Bid, which was the sole bidder for the 75-year-old landmark at S10 Cedar in an auction of surplus city of Spokane property in April: According to newspaper files and other sources, industrialist Andrew Carnegie, who donated millions of dollars to establish libraries in communities dotting America, put up Funeral arrangements- are pend, ing for Velma E. Sallquist, 70, a re; tired nurse and Spokane resident nearly 40 years. : Mrs. Saliquist died yesterday at a local hospital. : She was born and reared at Cypress River, a small farming cornmunity in southern Manitoba, Cana- da 4 She attended nursing school at Carman, Manitoba, and worked as a : registered nurse at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., and at hospitals : in Chicago and Rapid City, S.D. Mrs. Sallquist also was a nurse at Deaconess Hospital before leaving work to raise a family. She married Dr. A.A. Sallquist, : now a retired Spokane physician, in 1941 at Broadus, Mont. : In addition to her husband. Mrs., . Sallquist is survived by three (laugh: ers, including Sondra Cox and Sonja Sallquist, both Spokane; Sylvia Saliquist, Omaha, Neb.; two sons, William A. and Greg It., both Spo- kane; two grandchildren, Christy and Tammy Cox, Spokane; and a brother, : Donald Bond, Dillon, Colo. ; Ino R. Hunt ! Funeral for De Ino It. Hunt, 89, re' tired 35-year employee of Burlington Northern Railroad. will be at l I a.m. :tomorrow at the Deer Park Assembly of Cod Church, where he was a :member. 4 Ibirial will follow at the Woodland !.Cemetery in Deer Park, wi iii Lauer's t in charge. Mr. Hunt, who was born in St. Paul, Minn., had been an area resi:dent 45 years. He died Tuesday at a :Spokane convalescent center. Survivors include his wife, Ada, at !Rite pendin $85.000 for construction ot the spokane library in 1904. Spokane's old. est architectural firm, Preusse Zittel, WOn a contest kidged by Columbia University for design of the Carnegie monument. Pioneer mining magnate A.B. Campbell, whose Campbell house has been restored as a Spokane museum piece today, donated land for the library. It was completed at a cost of $100,000 and opened Dec. 18, 1905. Purchase and recycling of the old Carnegie Library into a "new" office building will run more than 10 times its original cost, according to Rayner's plans. The partners bought the building for $420,000 from the city, and Rayner said they will put a minimum of $600,000 to $650,000 into restoration and remodeling ---: for a total project cost in excess of $1 million. The spectacular, even awe-inspiring, old building stands as a repository of school-days memories for a great many of Spokane's older resi the Deer Park home; one daughter, Martha Cardwell, Orlando, Fla.; three sons, De Ino IL Jr. of Kettle Falls, Wilbur IL of Elk and David L. of Medford, Ore: two brothers, including Lyndon, Spokane; one sister; 17 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Mike Sbulkin Services for Mike Shulkin, 88, retired sales representative for Industrial-Chemical Laboratories Inc., will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Thornhill's in the Valley, with burial at the Pines. - Mr. Shulkin died Tuesday at a local hospital. Born in Minsk, Russia, he came to the United States when he was 2, settling in Sioux City, Iowa. At, 18 he moved to Kalispell, Mont., where with members of his family he founded Shulkin Bros. Mercantile Co. and also was active as a semipro baseball player and semipro wrestler. Mr. Shulkin returned to Sioux City in 1917, living there and in Nebraska until he moved to Yakima in 1929, where he operated a country store. In 1933, he came to the Spokane Valley and established Industrial-Chemical Laboratories, a wholesale and retail janatorial supply firm. He retired as a sales representative in 1961. His first wife. Sylvia, died in 1973, and he married Viola Filion at Liberty Lake Aug. 17, 1974, She survives at the home here. Also surviving are four solm, William H. of Mossyrock, Wash., Robert A. Of Liberty Lake, and Donald and Richard, both of the Spokane Valley; a daughter, Bernice Housar of Post for nurse dents, no nount, tor it was the city's main library for 58 years, until 1963 when the Main library moved fur. ther, downtown into Sears, Roebuck St Co.'s former store. Subsequently, the Carnegie building served as the Washington State University Center for Extension Courses, then, until recently, the Intercollegiate Center for Nursing. When the city declared it surplus property and put it up for sale, there was great concern in some quarters that a buyer might demolish the historic structure and build anew on the site. But there is no danger of that now, assures Rayner, who talks enthusiastically about retaining and restoring the historic character of the elegant structure in the remodeling and conversion plans. For people who are unacquainted with the Carnegie Library, various writers have described the stately architecture of the buff brick and sandstone structure as "Neo-Classical Revival." A Spokane Junior Falls; 10 grandchltdren; three step-grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Dorothy II. Barnard Memorial services for Dorothy IL Barnard, 86, a 46-year Spokane resident, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Unity Church of Truth, S2900 Bernard. Cremation is planned with Ball and Dodd-Thornhill and Langbehn's in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Barnard died Monday at a local nursing home. Born near Nelson, Neb., she had been an elementary school teacher in Valentine, Neb.. and Casper, Wyo. lier husband Karl, who died July 2, 1972, retired as vice president of the Federal Land Bank here in 1959. Mrs. Barnard was a former member of the Woman's Club of Spokane. Survivors include one son, J. Kimball Barnard, Spokane; and three granddaughters. Clifford A. Tiffany Services for Clifford A. Tiffany, 80, of Deer Park, retired real estate broker and 45-year area resident, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Cedonia Community Church. Burial will follow at the Cedonia Cemetery, with Lauer's of Deer Park in charge. Mr. Tiffany died Sunday at a Spokane hospital. lie was born in Sultan, Wash., and was a 30-vear member of the Greenwood Park Grange and a member of the Cedonia Cemetery Association. Survivors include a daughter, Wanda Jermain of Deer Park; a sister, Ella Duvall of Deer Park; and two grandchildren. I Architects call the design of the old Carnegie Libarary "Neo. Classical Revival," a style ele. gantly executed (at left) in the ; temple-fronted portico, with its fluted Corinthian pillars, ornate cornice and pedimented gable. Cherubs frolick (above) across ! one of seven large fireplaces in the library. Does any building in ' Spokane have as many fire. , places? Richly embellished , stairs (right) climb a central lightwell or atrium to the second-floor balcony. A corner of a ! spectacular skylight is visible at the top. Iron railings, marble, oak, brass and tile are exten. sively used in interior decor. ' The architectural classic was ;. built in 1905 for $100,000. Developers bought it from the city . for $420,000. They plan to put another $600,000 or more into converting it into an office , building, which will have a total project cost in excess of $1 million, 10 times the original cost. The buff brick and sandstone exterior of the "Carnegie Build". ing," as it will be known, will receive an acid cleaning. League Historic Landmarks Survey report said, "Easily the most impressive facet of the structure is a relatively narrow portico, which is classic entablature. Four massive fluted Corinthian pillars rise from a daylight basement to the cornice. supporting a pedimented gable. The effect is rather overpowering ..." The report continued, "Outstanding interior decor includes marble stairs in the open hall, large fireplaces (seven of them) of different designs in all major rooms, and mahogany and oak finishes." The "open hall" referred to above is a two-story, open-to-the-roof, lightwell or atrium, ringed by a second-story balcony with cast-iron railings and topped by an expansive skylight,. Because it was designed as a library needing plenty of light to read by, many of the building s tall, arched windows are floor-to-ceiling. Some of the fireplaces are lavishly ornamented. Stairwell walls, steps and railings make extensive use of Matthew Miller, 9, shows friends Jimmy Davis, his letter from President Jimmy Carter. Ity RHONDA TIDRICK Chronicle Stall Writer , Matthew Miller may be only 9 and the only Democrat in his family, but for his young years he has been more involved in his country than many past, the minimum voting age. Matthew, with prhle and contideuce in President Carter, proudly wrote a letter to the man in the White I louse in October. Ile now treasures a crisp, white sheet of paper bearing the President's seal ind signature which , marble, tile, cast iron, brass and oak. Classical archways between some of the 1110)r rooms and hallways were closed up with wallboard, and these will be reopened, said Rayner, who outlined the following renovation plans: Fireplaces and exterior brick and stone will receive a thorough acid cleaning. Daylight basement, areas with exposed brick walls that have been painted will be sandblasted back to the original surface. The towering temple-fronted portico and pcdimented gable will be repaired and refinished. Except for the massive front entry doors, which will be refinished, "basically all'' interior doors will be replaced with new oak replicas of the missing originals. Floor tile will be replaced and repaired. The atrium, cut in half by partitions, will be restored to full size and will become the building's reception lobby. - One new elevator will replace two existing lifts, one of which hasn't worked for years. All new heating, Photos by Don Jamison Monk le photo by pan Lov!tw 6, and Jeff Davis, 9, he plans to show his own children one day. "I just thought I should (send the letter) because I liked him and beeil use my parents didn't," said Matthew, the son el Ilonald and Libby Miller, Spokane, The lira line of his letter read. '' I vote for you," but he can't remember the rust, he said. "lie may be the only Democrat, in the family," said Mrs. Nliller in a separate conversation, but we're proud of him." 'he president's reply thanked Y or offices plumbing and air-conditioning systems will be installed, including heat pumps in the top level. Itayner's grand plan for rn i ng the Carnegie Library to original 'functional elegance.' envisions thc creation of custom office space within quadrants of the building for a few major anchor tenants who intend to grow, he said. The balance Of the space -- vith 'potential for any number of offices'' -- will be leased to smaller tenants whose needs fit. the areas available. The triangular-shaped grounds of the "Carnegie Building," as it. will be renamed, will be almost. eontphltdy re-landscaped, Itayner said. Major trees, which require "some doctoring," will be kept. New hedges, shrubbery, lawn oid sii.tewalks be designed to create a dif ferent pedestrian traffic pattern ziround and into the building and to shield daylight-basement tenants from the sight and sound of street traffic. Ferris wins top award in debates Ferris High School won he sweepstakes award in a regional debate tournament at Eastern Washington University recently, said Larry Kraft, EWU's director of forensics. Other leading teams were Mead and Gonzaga Prep, he said. More than 300 students from 23 eastern Washington and Idaho schools participated, Winning first place in Senior debate were Kevin Curran and Susan Kelley of Ferris. First-place winners in junior debate were John I luckaba iind Tony Penden, Mead, Kral t said In addition to featuring debates, the tournament also included five individual events, including impromp tu and expository speaking, oratory, oral interpretation and dual interpretation. 9-year-old treasures Carter letter Matthew tor his support, and en closed a book On the White I The third-grade student at Lidgerwood Elementary ii1 he supports the preitlent because el the way Carter has handled the In !-atuJ. tion "lie did take flanctl helicopters in he did try to get them (ihe hiOagesi hack,? Matthew said, "When I become tL I'm going to vote for Carter romme!," the Cub Scout said. Meanwhile, "Nlont says this tnight help me get my I:ear ILidry,- , ) ,, , n q imn.., 1,-r, .. ,. il 111 CI) y v I , ), - . ... 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