First and second editions were published for the country elevator section of the Grain Trade only. The general edition was completely revised in 1939 to serve all sections of the Canadian Grain Trade. The 1939 and 1948 General editions cannot be used with any previous edition of the DRP Grain Code
The Motor Mart Building in Sioux City, Iowa, is listed on the United States National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places. The State Historical Society of Iowa submitted the application in 1993. The building is an architectural example of the Commercial Style of the late 19th and early 20th Century American Movement designed by E.J. Henriques and C.F. Lytle Co. The building has a concrete foundation, brick walls, and a concrete roof. The Turner Mushroom System, a patented structural system involving a poured reinforced concrete framed, was used in the construction of the building. (Source: National Register of Historic Places Registration Form [online], focus.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Text/93000330.pdf)
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Photograph shows a four-storey brick building, with a large showroom on the main floor. Inside, automobiles can be seen on display. Banners in the store windows read White Moon. The photograph was taken at night and exterior lights decorate the building.
Writing on the back of the photograph reads: Motor Mart, Sioux City, Ia., Lytle [?] Co. Archts., Mushroom Sys. truout.