With its finished concrete walls and steel casement windows, this building incorporated the most up-to-date “fireproof industrial design of the 1920s. Such buildings are typically constructed of reinforced concrete with brick or finished concrete exteriors, have large, expansive casement windows, and are taller than earlier industrial buildings.
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Larus Brothers Tobacco Factory
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