A superior example of Rhode Island commercial architecture. A brick building with Greek-Revival details, it was used by the Fall River Ironworks, the Rumford Chemical Company and the Phillips Lead Company. Renovated in 1977 by the Rhode Island School of Design for reuse by its Department of Architecture. There is no public access to the building for the safety of our students and their work.
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