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A. C. Smith and Co. Gas Station

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Built  1926
Architectural style  Early Commercial
NRHP Reference #  94000036
Added to NRHP  23 February 1994
Architect  Batty and Gallagher
MPS  Quincy MRA
Opened  1926
A. C. Smith & Co. Gas Station
Location  117 Beale St., Quincy, Massachusetts
Similar  Dorothy Quincy Homestead, Hancock Cemetery, Blue Hills Reservation, John Quincy Adams Bi, John Adams Birthplace

The A. C. Smith & Co. Gas Station is a historic gas station at 117 Beale Street in Quincy, Massachusetts. It is a single-story brick, with a front facade divided into three vehicle bays on the left and an office on the right, with a pedestrian entrance to the work area in between. A low-pitch gable at the center acts a kind of parapet, and there are round decorative panels on the front facade. The building was constructed in 1926, and is a little-altered example of an early functional automotive filling and service station. Its original brickwork remains in good condition, and its service bays are distinctively illuminated in part by original skylights.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.


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