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Lincoln-Larimer Fire Station (Lemington Engine House No. 38)
Just before World War I, the firm of Kiehnel and Elliott was challenging Pittsburgh's orthodoxies in public architecture just as architect Frederick G. Scheibler Jr. (see AL105) was challenging housing orthodoxies. Germanborn Richard Kiehnel came to Pittsburgh from Cleveland, but he had worked in Chicago
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