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5088-5110 N 35TH ST | Property Record | Wisconsin Historical Society

Property Record

5088-5110 N 35TH ST

Architecture and History Inventory
5088-5110 N 35TH ST | Property Record | Wisconsin Historical Society
Historic Name:A.D. Meiselbach Company, North Plant
Other Name:Shadur Box Company
Contributing: Yes
Reference Number:112689
Location (Address):5088-5110 N 35TH ST
Unincorporated Community:
Quarter Section:
Quarter/Quarter Section:
Year Built:1896
Survey Date:19792016
Historic Use:industrial building
Architectural Style:Commercial Vernacular
Structural System:
Wall Material:Brick
Other Buildings On Site:0
Demolished Date:
Additional Information:Early 20th century industrial type. There is no main building permit. 2016 - This four-story industrial loft is the northern of two buildings that make up the A.D. Meiselbach Company plant. The property has brick walls with a pilastered facade and segmental arch windows. Most window openings have replacement sash and a modern entry portico is located at the north side of the front (west) facade. Two one-story concrete block buildings extend on the north. The northernmost building has a flat roof, central entrance, and a garage bay with a replacement door. The southern building has a front gable roof and downsized windows
Bibliographic References:Milwaukee: A Half Century’s Progress, 1846-1896 (Milwaukee, Wis.: Consolidated Illustrating Co., 1896), 96. Jerome Anthony Watrous, Memoirs of Milwaukee County: From the Earliest Historical Times Down to the Present, Including a Genealogical and Biographical Record of Representative Families in Milwaukee County (Western Historical Association, 1909), 1004. Jesse J. Gant and Nicholas J. Hoffman, Wheel Fever: How Wisconsin Became a Great Bicycling State (Wisconsin Historical Society, 2013), 139. “Miscellaneous,” Iron Age, May 5, 1904, 42. Horace Greeley Wadlin, Labor and Industrial Chronology of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., 1901), 63.
Wisconsin Architecture and History Inventory, State Historic Preservation Office, Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin

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