The structure was originally built for Jerome H. Remick & Company as their offices, wholesale department and printing plant.
The first three stories of this building were constructed in 1907 and the next three in 1915, the same year Jerome H. Remick and Company moved out of the building.
The J.L. Hudson Company, a prominent big-box retailer, took control of the building in 1917 to use as their toy store. A year later, it became Hudson's Music Store before they consolidated all of their stores under one roof in the Greater Hudson Store in 1928.
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