The Lauderdale building was designed by Stone, Carpenter & Willson and constructed in 1894. The design received national attention when it published June 30, 1894 in American Architect and Building News, which made mention of it's "fireproof" construction and the first story and cornice's use of polished dark Quincy granite.
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144 Westminster St.
Smolski, Chester and Stone, Carpenter & Wilson, "Downtown Providence: Lauderdale Building" (1979). Smolski Images. 978.
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