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Historic American Buildings Survey. Hart Block architectural drawings, 1974. 3 sheets.

The Hart Block was constructed in 1884 and can be found at 728 West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Designed by Chas. D. Meyer, this structure is one of few with a cast iron facade that has survived the test of time. The cast iron facade was created by The Merz Architectural Iron Works Company. This company was active in the Louisville area from 1880-1885. These sheets, drawn by Mary Oehrlein and C. Alexander in 1974, show the front elevation, a site plan and the plan of the first floor.

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The Hart Block was constructed in 1884 and can be found at 728 West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Designed by Chas. D. Meyer, this structure is one of few with a cast iron facade that has survived the test of time. The cast iron facade was created by The Merz Architectural Iron Works Company. This company was active in the Louisville area from 1880-1885. These sheets, drawn by Mary Oehrlein and C. Alexander in 1974, show the front elevation, a site plan and the plan of the first floor.

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