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Armour's Warehouse, Williams Street, Seneca, La Salle County, IL

Armour's Warehouse, Williams Street, Seneca, La Salle County, IL



Significance: Armour's Warehouse is the largest and oldest of the remaining grain elevators on the Illinois and Michigan Canal. Grain elevators such as this one served as storage facilities for grain brought by local farmers for shipment on the I & M Canal and, later, on the railroad.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-8
Survey number: HAER IL-25
Building/structure dates: 1862 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Armour, John
Rulison, Nelson
Griswold, Guyc
Hogan, Martin J
Dunn, John R
Neilson, Howard
Byrne, Michael




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