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Telephone Exchange Building (Norwich, Connecticut)

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Built  1906
Designated CP  April 4, 1985
Area  800 m²
NRHP Reference #  83003590
Opened  1906
Added to NRHP  28 November 1983
Telephone Exchange Building (Norwich, Connecticut)
Location  23 Union Street, Norwich, Connecticut
Part of  Downtown Norwich Historic District (#85000707)
Architectural style  Colonial Revival architecture
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The Telephone Exchange Building is a historic building at 23 Union Street in downtown Norwich, Connecticut, behind Norwich Town Hall. It is a 2-1/2 story Georgian Colonial Revival brick building, five bays wide, with its entrance centered under a rounded archway. Built in 1906-07, it was the first purpose-built telephone exchange building in the city, and is a little-altered example of period exchanges built by the Southern New England Telephone Company. The building now houses city offices.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 28, 1983.


Telephone Exchange Building (Norwich, Connecticut) Wikipedia

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