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Home > Rhode Island > Providence > M. T. Marcello Company Building, 105 Harris Avenue, Providence, Providence County, RI



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Item Title
BWPhotos 381417

Location
105 Harris Avenue, Providence, RI

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS RI-410
Building/structure dates: 1947 initial construction
Significance: The M.T. Marcello Company Building is significant for its associations with the history of the Providence food provisions industry. Established in 1918, the company was one of the leading local producers of meat products. The building was constructed in the Provisions Warehouse Historic District in 1947 and was for that time a highly modern and efficient plant. It was designed by noted Providence-based architect Oresto DiSaia, and retains a significant amount of its integrity in terms of its original appearance and machinery used in its meat processing and cold storage functions.

Subjects
Food Industry
Building Deterioration
Meat Industry


Related Names
DeSaia, Oresto
Brewster, Robert, Photographer
Avery, Nicolas C., Historian
Olausen, Stephen, Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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