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Reibold Building

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The Reibold Building in Dayton, Ohio was the area's tallest building from the time of its completion in 1896 until 1904. The Reibold building was named for the developer, Louis Napoleon Reibold, and housed The Elder & Johnston Department store and offices. It was constructed in three phases: the center section in 1896, the South annex in 1904, and the North annex in 1914. The Peters Burns and Pretzinger firm and Dayton native Charles Insco Williams are credited as its architects.
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