NRHP: Victory Building

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Victory Building (The Dutton Building)

Victory Building (The Dutton Building)

NRHP Reference #: 86003379

NRHP Listing Date: 19870331


2nd at St. Joseph Ave, Hastings, Adams County, Nebraska

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Built to commemorate America's victory during World War I, the Victory Building, located in Hastings, is a six-story manufacturing and warehouse facility constructed for the Dutton Company, which was originally founded as a wholesale harness and saddlery company. Designed by local architect C.W. Way, the building was completed in 1920 and is an excellent example of 1920s-era industrial architecture. It incorporates advanced technical features, including concrete frame construction, a sprinkler system, steel fire doors, steel sash windows, and steel furnishings.

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