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May Arkwright was a saloon cook and Levi “Al” Hutton a locomotive engineer who became land developers and political activists, and philanthropic, pro-union silver mine millionaires who constructed this, the Hutton Building, in Spokane in 1906.

The $1.7 billion Spokane Teachers Credit Union plans to put a recently foreclosed property to good use, creating a new branch for itself and office space for others in an historic old building in downtown Spokane, Wash.

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