Harold C. Whitehouse
A native of Massachusetts, Whitehouse moved to Spokane in 1906. He worked for a time in the office of John K. Dow and then formed a partnership with George Keith. He then left Spokane to study architecture at Cornell University. He graduated from Cornell in 1913. With fellow Cornell architecture graduate Ernest V. Price, he formed a partnership, the firm Whitehouse & Price, in 1913. He was elected to the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows in 1959 and won the Allied Art Award in 1961.
Works of Whitehouse or the firm (with attribution) include:
- Benewah Milk Bottle, S. 321 Cedar Spokane, WA (Whitehouse & Price), NRHP-listed
- Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Spokane, Washington
- Chamber of Commerce Building, 9 S. Washington St., Spokane, WA.
- Christ Episcopal Church, 210 Fifth St. SW. Puyallup, WA (Whitehouse, Harold C.), NRHP-listed
- Cordova Theater, 135 N. Grand Ave. Pullman, WA (Whitehouse & Price), NRHP-listed
- Culmstock Arms Apartments.
- Dover Church, Washington between Third and Fourth Dover, ID (Whitehouse & Price), NRHP-listed
- Eastern State Hospital.
- Farragut Naval Training Station (650 buildings), Lake Pend Oreille, Bayview, Idaho.
- John A. Finch Memorial Nurses Home, N. 852 Summit Blvd. Spokane, WA (Whitehouse & Price), NRHP-listed
- Hutton Settlement (a complex of neo-Tudor cottages), 9907 Wellesley Spokane, WA (Whitehouse, Harold C.), NRHP-listed
- Lincoln Building, corner of Lincoln and Riverside, Spokane, WA.
- One or more works in Millwood Historic District, roughly bounded by Argonne and Sargent Rds., and by Euclid and Liberty Aves. Millwood, WA (Whitehouse, Harold), NRHP-listed
- Rosebush House, 3318 N. Marguerite Rd. Spokane, WA (Whitehouse, Harold), NRHP-listed
- Sandpoint High School, 102 S. Euclid Ave. Sandpoint, ID (Whitehouse & Price), NRHP-listed
- St. Peter's Cathedral, Helena, Montana.
- University of Washington Music Building.
- Washington State University Chemistry Building.
- West Valley High School, N. 2805 Argonne Rd. Millwood, WA (Whitehouse & Price), NRHP-listed
In September 1974, Whitehouse died at age 90 in a Spokane convalescent center. Whitehouse's papers, including original drawings, are housed at the Eastern Washington State Historical Society.
- Morris H. Whitehouse and Whitehouse & Fouilhoux, architects of Oregon
- "Harold C. Whitehouse Ecclesiastical Architecture".
- Sally Byrne Woodbridge (1981). Building Through Time: The Life of Harold C. Whitehouse, 1884-1974. American Lives Endowment.
- "Architect Harold Whitehouse Dies". Spokane Daily Chronicle. September 26, 1974.
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09.
- "Architect Will Realize his Dreams; St. John's Cathedral Is Near Completion". Spokane Daily Chronicle. February 3, 1954.
- Ann Colford (December 28, 2002). "The Real Deal". The Pacific Northwest Inlander.
- "Hutton: Settlement was designed by architect Harold Whitehouse". The Spokesman-Review. June 15, 2001.
- "Guide to the Harold Whitehouse Papers 1908-1936". Northwest Digital Archives.