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The Flints were the children of Mr. Tyre, found of the Tyre Rubber Company.  Their uncle in England, Sir John Musgrove, left his estate to the family.  They bought the Elm Hotel, tore it down, and built the Musgrove Building in 1894.  At the time it was referred to as a "modern commercial building."
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The Flints were the children of Mr. Tyer, founder of the Tyer Rubber Company.  Their uncle in England, Sir John Musgrove, left his estate to the family.  The Flints bought the Elm Hotel, tore it down, and built the Musgrove Building in 1894.  At the time, it was referred to as a "modern commercial building."
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[[Image:Musgrove_Building,_1894.jpg|thumb|...''The Musgrove Building, circa 1894''.... click to enlarge|left]]
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Revision as of 10:32, 17 January 2013

The Flints were the children of Mr. Tyer, founder of the Tyer Rubber Company. Their uncle in England, Sir John Musgrove, left his estate to the family. The Flints bought the Elm Hotel, tore it down, and built the Musgrove Building in 1894. At the time, it was referred to as a "modern commercial building."

...The Musgrove Building, circa 1894.... click to enlarge


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  • "Arch changes corner into welcoming entrance", Eagle Tribune, June 30, 1996.



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