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Property Name Stebbins and Roberts Office Building and Factory
Reference Number 16000682
State AR
County Pulaski
Town Little Rock
Street Address 1300 E. 6th St.
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 10/4/2016
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The Stebbins & Roberts Office Building and Factory is locally significant under Criterion A for in the category of COMMERCE/INDUSTRY as the main office and factory of a locally important manufacturer and distributor of high quality paints and related products. The company had a presence in Little Rock and the surrounding region for over fifty years, and their products were used in high profile commissions. The resource also reflects the post-World War II construction boom and is a locally significant example of a post-war industrial building in an historic industrial area east of downtown Little Rock. The building is also significant under Criterion C for ARCHITECTURE as a locally significant work of prominent Arkansas architects H. Ray Burks and Bruce Roy Anderson and as an example of industrial architecture with Art Deco and Art Moderne elements.

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