Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company Building

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Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company Building
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Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company Building
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Location115 E. Rich St., Columbus, Ohio
Coordinates 39°57′27″N82°59′48″W / 39.957627°N 82.996798°W / 39.957627; -82.996798 Coordinates: 39°57′27″N82°59′48″W / 39.957627°N 82.996798°W / 39.957627; -82.996798
Builtc. 1902
NRHP reference No. 73002288 [1]
Significant dates
Added to NRHPMarch 14, 1973
Removed from NRHP1974

The Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company Building was a historic building in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. It was built c. 1902 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in March 1973. [1] The building was demolished in November 1973. [2]

The Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company Building was a two-story brick building, and one of the most ornate commercial buildings in the city. It measured 100 x 120 ft. It had ornate north and west facades of marble over brick, while the east and south facades were simply of brick. [2]

The building was constructed for Samuel B. Hartman's Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company, makers of the Peruna medicine. It was first built c. 1902, was nearly completed by 1904 when a worker's torch ignited packing materials, lighting the building on fire. The building was salvaged and fully occupied by 1906. [2]

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  2. 1 2 3 National Register of Historic Places Registration Form. File Unit: National Register of Historic Places and National Historic Landmarks Program Records: Ohio, 1964 - 2013. National Park Service . Retrieved December 6, 2020.