Structure Type: built works - industrial buildings - factories

Designers: Austin Company, Building Contractors (firm); Wilbert John Austin (building contractor/engineer)

Dates: [unspecified]

Los Angeles, CA

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Located in what was called in 1925 the "East Side Industrial District."

Erected by the Austin Company of California, this plant for the Thomas Paper Converting Company cost approximately $130,000 to build, of which $50,000 was spent on equipment. The plant was to start producing just after 01/01/1926.

This plant measured 100 x 148 feet in size containing 18,200 square feet and had two stories on its front facade, the second story used for salesrooms and offices. Monitor lighting was used to admit daylight. The plant was to be constructed of a steel frame with brick infill panels.

PCAD id: 9607