The Richardson Place
Vintage Photography Emporium is located in the beautiful Richardson Place building. This stunning design of architecture was built in 1894 by Albert E. Richardson and W. B. McKillip for a grand total of $50,000. The building was designed by Walter Dickson who ran the New York firm Withers and Dickson. Dickson shaped the architecture to mimic the French Chateausque (Scoto-French) style. The building originally housed retail stores on its ground level and apartment complexes on the remaining floors. On the east side of the building resided a formal garden that is now home to a small parking lot. In 1982, Richard Corley reworked the Richardson Place to house modern offices on the two top floors and retail spaces throughout the rest of the building.