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Starr Piano Factory & Richmond Gas Company, G Street Bridge & Main Street Bridge, Richmond, Wayne County, IN

Starr Piano Factory & Richmond Gas Company, G Street Bridge & Main Street Bridge, Richmond, Wayne County, IN



Significance: The area serves as a reminder and benchmark to the early industrial development of the City with the Whitewater River as a source of power. The buildings' architectural elements represent early industrial development, and their use in the piano manufacturing and recording industries contributed substantially to the development of the music industry.
Survey number: HAER IN-42
Building/structure dates: 1872 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1878 Subsequent Work



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
James M Starr & Company
Gennett, Henry
Lumsden, John
Starr, James M
Starr, Benjamin F
Trayser, George
Pyle Photography


Richmond (Ind.)39.83188, -84.98175
Google Map of 39.831882, -84.981754


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