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Name:  International Shoe Company Building
Year:  1909
Architectural Firm/Architect:  Theodore C. Link
Standard Architectural Styles:  Sullivanesque
Front facade:  Stone, ashlar
Property Type Codes:  Tall Office building, Sullivanesque
District: National Register Historic District

Ward:  7
Neighborhood:  36
The building was constructed as the headquarters for the Roberts, Johnson, & Rand Shoe Co., and long served as the headquarters for the International Shoe Company. The building displays primarily Sullivaneque design with details derived from the Art Nouveau style. The piers of the building become slender columns, flaring into Egyptian Lotus capitals to support an ornamented cornice

Roberts, Johnson & Rand/International Shoe Complex



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