Hewitt Avenue Historic District

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Hewitt Avenue National Historic District
Everett, WA - 1800 block of Hewitt, south side.jpg
South side of the 1800 block of Hewitt Avenue
Hewitt Avenue Historic District is located in Washington (state)
Hewitt Avenue Historic District
Location 1620-1915 Hewitt Ave. and portions of Wetmore, Rockefeller, Oakes, and Lombard Ave., Everett, Washington
Coordinates 47°58′45″N 122°12′19″W / 47.97917°N 122.20528°W / 47.97917; -122.20528Coordinates: 47°58′45″N 122°12′19″W / 47.97917°N 122.20528°W / 47.97917; -122.20528
NRHP reference # 10001020[1]
Added to NRHP December 13, 2010

The Hewitt Avenue National Historic District is a section of downtown Everett in Washington, that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.[1]

It includes the Labor Temple, at 2812 Lombard Avenue, an "eclectic" building built in 1930 which was designed by architect C. Ferris White.[2]:13

It also includes works by architects Benjamin F. Turnbull, Morrison & Stimson, Clayton Wilson, and A.F. Heide and work built by Howard S. Wright, contractor.[2]:18


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