Orange Publishing Company Building Special Collections Research Center

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two story square concrete building with large windows

Orange Publishing Company Building, Image 11-0923

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Constructed: 1907

Acquired by SU: 1944

Cost: $6,000

Architects: Brockway and Taylor, Syracuse

Contractor: Clement Construction Co., Syracuse

Materials: concrete

Location: 922 Irving Avenue

Space: 40 feet by 40 feet; 2 stories over a raised basement

Demolished: ca. 1970

Notes: The Orange Publishing Company Building housed the offices and presses of the Daily Orange, which it had published since December 1904. The presses were located in the basement and offices were on the first floor. The second floor held several rooms for students to rent.