Forgotten Landmark-Old Whatcom County Courthouse, Bellingham (WA)

Image captured from Microsoft Bing Birds Eye View 4/17/2011

This structure was built in 1858 of bricks shipped from Philadelphia. It was purchased by the county in 1885 for use as a courthouse. In turn thereafter it was a jail and a newspaper plant, and was used by the Junior Order of United Mechanics for lodge rooms.  Following a taxidermy shop and Base Camp outdoor equipment firm, and was later occupied by Limited Editions Woodwork Custom Furniture.

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