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Historic Architecture Downtown Richmond:
A Walking Tour
Kelly, Emmons and Reid Block
9 South 8th Street
Romanesque Style, Between
This building was originally a five-unit limestone town house designed
by John A. Hasecoster. Three units on the south of the building were
demolished in the 1970s to create a parking lot. The two remaining units
are used as offices. The salvage from this building was reassembled on
the rear entrance of the former King’s Abstracts, South 7th Street.
This is the web-based incarnation of a brochure originally published in
2010. While the history is still
very valuable, other information may no longer be accurate.
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