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(NR & SR) 621 W. Mallon Avenue

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The Spokane Flour Mill, built in 1895, was one in a series of mills built along the falls prior to 1900.  It did not come into operation, however, until 1900 because the property became entanged in a complex international lawsuit that was one of the most explosive and long-fought battles in the city’s legal history.  The mill was renovated as a shopping center in conjunction with preparations for the World’s Fair that Spokane hosted in 1974.