Crosby House (Tumwater, Washington)

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Crosby House
Tumwater's Crosby House.jpg
Crosby House (Tumwater, Washington) is located in Washington (state)
Crosby House (Tumwater, Washington)
Location702 Deschutes Way, Tumwater, Washington
Coordinates47°01′14″N 122°54′19″W / 47.0206°N 122.9054°W / 47.0206; -122.9054Coordinates: 47°01′14″N 122°54′19″W / 47.0206°N 122.9054°W / 47.0206; -122.9054
NRHP reference #78002782
Added to NRHP22 May 1978[1]

The Crosby House is a historic house and museum in Tumwater, Washington built c. 1860 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[2][3] It is part of the Tumwater Historic District.

The house was built by Nathaniel Crosby III and Cordelia Crosby (born Cordelia Jane Smith), grandparents of Bing Crosby.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Park Service (23 January 2007). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  2. ^ "Crosby House", Official website – Tumwater history, City of Tumwater, Washington, retrieved 2018-05-22
  3. ^ Historic American Buildings Survey
  4. ^ Rolf Boone (October 19, 2014), "Step back in time at the Crosby House in Tumwater", The Olympian, Olympia, Washington

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