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Name:  Cupples Station Building #71
Address:  Northeast corner of 9th and Clark
Year:  1900
Architectural Firm/Architect:  Eames & Young
Designation: City Landmark, National Register of Historic Places,
Ward:  7
Neighborhood:  35
Originally, Cupples Station was a complex of closely spaced warehouses designed for rapid freight handling and transfer via undergournd communications and by hydraulic elevators with a central pump. The building is significant for its architecture and technological innovation. It was built for the Tiffany Real Estate Company.

Eames, William S.
Eames & Young,
Young, Thomas Crane



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