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Greenville Tobacco Warehouse Historic District

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Area  4 ha
Year built  1905
Greenville Tobacco Warehouse Historic District
Location  Roughly bounded by Twelfth, Clark, Ficklen, and Washington Sts.; Eleventh St. near Clark St., Greenville, North Carolina
Architectural style  Art Deco, Industrial Italianate
NRHP Reference #  97000726, 99001450 (Boundary Increase)
Added to NRHP  July 17, 1997, November 30, 1999 (Boundary Increase)

Greenville Tobacco Warehouse Historic District is a national historic district located at Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina. The district encompasses seven contributing buildings and one contributing structures in an industrial section of Greenville. It includes buildings dated from about 1905 to 1947 and notable examples of Art Deco and Italianate style industrial architecture. Contributing resources are the American Tobacco Company Storage Warehouse #2. (c. 1905); the Prichard-Hughes Warehouse (c. 1905, with c. 1923 addition); the Dail-Ficklen Warehouse (c. 1911, with c. 1923, 1947, and 1963 additions); the Export Leaf Factory (1914, with 1928, 1932, and 1938 additions); the E. B. Ficklen Factory (c. 1916, with additions c. 1923, c. 1925, c. 1945, and c. 1950); the Gorman Warehouse (1927); the Star Warehouse (1930); and the System of CSX Railroad Tracks.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997, with a boundary increase in 1999.


Greenville Tobacco Warehouse Historic District Wikipedia

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