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101 Market Street, Camden
The only large surviving manufacturing building of the Victor Talking Machine Company's famous phonograph and record factory, it was built in 1911-1919 as the anchor building of the complex. It features the iconic tower with (replacement) stained glass Nipper windows (one of the originals is in the museum of the Camden County Historical Society). In 2002-2004, the building was gutted and reconfigured as the Victor apartments.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Camden County History Tour