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Lee Tire and Rubber Company

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Built  1909
NRHP Reference #  84003512
Area  7 ha
Architect  Steele, William
Opened  1909
Added to NRHP  23 August 1984
Lee Tire and Rubber Company
Location  1100 Hector St., Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania

Lee Tire and Rubber Company, also known as Lee Park, is a historic rubber and tire factory complex located in the Spring Mill section of Whitemarsh, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The main building was built in 1909, and is a vast, four-story, administration building. It is a symmetrical structure with terminating and central towers and features engaged Tuscan order columns framing the main entrance doors. The 12 remaining contributing buildings in the complex include one- and two-story, manufacturing buildings and a water tower (1909).

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

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Lee Tire and Rubber Company Wikipedia


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