Rauch & Lang Carriage Company, West Twenty-fifth Street & Monroe Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH
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West Twenty-fifth Street & Monroe Avenue, Cleveland, OH
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Documentation compiled after 1968.
Survey number HAER OH-11-B
Building/structure dates: 1900 initial construction
Significance: Rauch & Long the oldest company in Cleveland auto industry; Baker the oldest electric auto manufacturer in the nation. Their merger led them to become the largest producer of electric vehicles in the world.
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)
1. Copy of early 20th century lithograph showing aerial view, looking west. Rendering owned by Baker Materials Handling Corpation, Cleveland Ohio.
2. Copy of mid-20th century photograph, aerial view looking north. Photograph owned by Baker Materials Handling Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio.
3. Copy of early 20th century lithograph, aerial rendering, looking south. Rendering owned by Baker Materials Handling Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio.
4. Office Facade, looking north
5. Office (left), Assembly (center), Storage (right), looking north
6. Sawtooth Skylights - Assembly Building, Storage Building (right), looking northwest
7. Assembly Building roof, Power Plant (center), American Ball-Bearing Company offices (left), looking west
8. Wood trusses, Assembly Building, interior
9. Assembly Building substructures (brick piers, stone capitals, timber bolster blocks)
10. Office Facade, looking west
11. Power Plant (left), Body Shop (center), Office (right), looking north
12. Assembly Building, looking south
13. Assembly Building, looking west
14. Foundry and Machine Shop, looking north
15. Detail, Machine Shop and Foundry, looking west
16. Assembly Building, looking south
17. Assembly Building, looking east
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