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Property Name Gross, L.N., Company Building
Reference Number 16000598
State OH
County Portage
Town Kent
Street Address 315 Gougler Ave.
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 9/2/2016
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Community Planning and Development as representative of the impact of the Kent Chamber of Commerce on planning and economic development in Kent through their facilitation of the construction of the L.N. Gross Company Building; and, under Criterion C: Architecture as an early and only known extant manufacturing facility designed by premier architect, Charles G. Kistler, the first licensed architect in Kent.

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