Creaser Hotel

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Creaser Hotel
Creaser hotel winter 01.jpg
The Creaser Hotel seen from Clark Ave in winter
Creaser Hotel is located in Washington (state)
Creaser Hotel
Location 664 Church Ln., Republic, Washington
Coordinates 48°38′50.80″N 118°44′07.68″W / 48.6474444°N 118.7354667°W / 48.6474444; -118.7354667Coordinates: 48°38′50.80″N 118°44′07.68″W / 48.6474444°N 118.7354667°W / 48.6474444; -118.7354667
Area less than one acre
Built 1897
NRHP Reference # 82004211[1]
Added to NRHP April 12, 1982

The Creaser Hotel, also known as the Jane Cody Residence , is a hotel and residence in Republic, Washington and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The hotel was built in 1897 by Phil Creaser, who located the Republic and Jim Blaine mines. Located on the crest of Creaser Hill, this building is the oldest frame structure still in existence in Republic, and surpassed in age only by the Kaufman Cabin, built one year earlier in 1896. The building has shiplap siding and a hip roof porch with pierced barge boards and bracketed posts on two sides. When first constructed water was provided by a water tower and gravity feed water system, both of which have now been removed. The building was operated as a hotel until sometime in 1905-1909 by Phil Creaser, at which time it was sold to the George Moody Family. It has since served as a private residence.[2]

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  1. ^ National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ Historic Republic Walking Tour. The Ferry County Historical Society. 1994. 

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