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|Pillsbury Grain Elevator|
| - industrial|
| - silo|
| - brutalist|
| - steel|
| - concrete, reinforced|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Roof||192 ft||Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)|
|to top of workhouse|
|Main roof||124 ft||Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)|
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• Designer: A.E. Baxter Engineering.
• Builder: James Stewart Co.
• Originally constructed as the Standard Elevator, it was renamed the Pillsbury Elevator most recently in 1990 when that company aquired it.
• Constructed in 1928, it was upgraded and expanded in 1948 with the annex being designed by I.H. Faleide & McKenzie Hague & Co, and built by McKenzie Hague & Co.
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