H.W. Butterworth and Sons Company Building is a historic factory building located in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was built in five phases between 1870 and about 1925. The three earliest sections are in the Italianate style. The complex ranges from one to three-stories, and is constructed of brick and reinforced concrete. The H.W. Butterworth and Sons Company manufactured textile machinery, then during World War II built anti-aircraft machine gun parts.
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