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Name:  Lambert Pharmaceutical Building
Address:  2101-07 Locust Street
Year:  1891
Architectural Firm/Architect:  Samuel L. Sherer
Standard Architectural Styles:  Richardsonian Romanesque
Property Type Codes:  Factory
Designation: National Register of Historic Places
"The Lambert Building was constructed in 1891 and 1902 as offices and factory for the Lambert Pharmacal Co. in St. Louis. Rising four stories, both the original 1891 building and the 1902 addition are articulated with Romanesque Revival forms constructed of red pressed brick and trimmed with rose sandstone." [From the nomination to the National Register of Historic Places as prepared by Mary M. Stiritz, research associate, August, 1982.]

Annan, Thomas B.

Lambert Pharmaceutical Building



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