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Hartman Building & Theater, 73-87 East State Street, Columbus, Franklin County, OH

Hartman Building & Theater, 73-87 East State Street, Columbus, Franklin County, OH



Significance: This early 20th century commercial building with Renaissance Revival styling was built for Dr. Samuel Hartman, a wealthy Columbus resident. One of the tallest buildings in Columbus at the time of its erection in 1911, it provided office rental space, housed an ornate theater and provided a backdrop for the still developing Ohio Statehouse Square. It boasts rich interior details, some of which have been extensively altered.
Survey number: HABS OH-2215



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


Columbus (Ohio)39.96039, -82.99818
Google Map of 39.9603865, -82.998184


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