Talk:Homer Laughlin Building
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I've taken this statement, "the Homer Laughlin Building was the fifth building in the United States, and the first building west of Chicago, to use concrete floors," off the page. It's just not accurate. The source is "Concrete houses, how they were built: articles descriptive of various types ... edited by Harvey Whipple", which is available via Google Books.
Lots of buildings west of Chicago had concrete floors prior to 1896. Even narrowing it to reinforced concrete floors, Ernest L. Ransome had built at least three major all-concrete structures in the Bay Area. Just tryin' to keep it straight. --Lockley (talk) 06:16, 3 August 2010 (UTC)
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