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Property Name Globe Woolen Company Mills
Reference Number 15000823
State New York
County Oneida
Town Utica
Street Address 805, 809, 811-827 Court Street and 933 Stark Street
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 11/24/2015
Areas of Significance Architecture, Industry
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The Globe Woolen Company Mills (known locally as Globe Mills) are significant under Criterion A as an historic district for their association with one of Utica's dominant industries, as one of the most intact woolen mill complexes still extant in the city, and as an important collection of industrial structures representing the organization of production and labor in the Northeastern United States during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In addition, the mills are significant under Criterion C because they reflect the industrial architectural standards of their time and are a representative work of the prominent local architect, Azel J. Lathrop, under the patronage of one of Utica's leading benefactors, Theodore S. Faxton.

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Properties are listed in the National Register of Historic Places under four criteria: A, B, C, and D. For information on what these criterion are and how they are applied, please see our Bulletin on How to Apply the National Register Criteria