The Preston Hall in Waitsburg, Washington is a three-story Classical Revival building that was built as a school building in 1913. It was designed by Walla Walla architects Osterman & Siebert. The building cost $30,000 and equipping it cost another $5,000. It was funded by William G. Preston, a successful businessman who was Waitsburg's first mayor. It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
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