Fort Piqua Plaza Fort Piqua Plaza in Autumn No. 4

The Story:      Fort Piqua is an impressive architectural structure displaying Richardson Romanesque-style architecture in downtown Piqua Ohio. Built in 1891, the Orr-Statler Block once contained a four-story hotel which hosted Teddy Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Harry Houdini, Woodrow Wilson, and John P. Sousa. In the early 2000s, the building was revitalized and today hosts the Piqua Public Library.


Sublocation:   McCulloch Square

City, State:      Piqua, Ohio

Year:                2019

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Intricate stonework of the Fort Piqua Plaza as sunlight rakes across the facade

The Fort Piqua Plaza is a historic hotel occupying an entire city block in Piqua, Ohio. The hotel was constructed using Richardsonian Romanesque-style architecture and opened in 1892. According to the Piqua Historic District documents, its construction inspired others in commissioning unique buildings for the next 20 years. The hotel was restored 100 years later and today holds the Piqua Public Library and the city’s event center. This image captures some of the intrinsic stonework in the plaza’s sandstone facade.

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Framed Giclee Canvas, Metal, Photo Paper


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