“Patsy Clark and E.J. Brickell – Giants of Spokane History” – Episode 13 of the King’s Guide

On a special authors profile episode of the King’s Guide, Chuck King visits with John H. Richards and James E. Brickell, authors of new biographies on their great- and great-great-grandfathers, Patsy Clark and E.J. Brickell. For years, Spokane residents ate at Patsy Clark’s restaurant in Browne’s Addition, but how many people knew Patsy was a mining pioneer – and not a woman? And it was once said of E.J. Brickell, the “Lion in the Shadows,” that by his “vim and energy, he brought the city of Spokane to life.” But somehow, with the passing of time, we have forgotten about Spokane’s first millionaire, a man who once owned most of what we know today as Riverfront Park.

Both biographies are available at www.NostalgiaMagazine.net, and be sure to look for book bundles with 2-year subscriptions. Subscriptions are vitally important to the work we do – keep our regional history and memories alive by subscribing online here: http://www.nostalgiamagazine.net/subscribe-or-renew

Learn more about The Life and Times of Patsy Clark here.

Learn more about The Lion in the Shadows here.

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