Sheffield Farms Dairy
632 West 125th Street
Architect: Frank A. Rooke
The Sheffield Dairy Building has a distinctive white glazed tile exterior (intended to project an image of purity) is intact, although the copper windows and trim are long gone, presumably stripped for scrap as some less prosperous time in the city's history.
The dairy could process and pasturize 15,000 bottles of milk per hour. Delivery wagons passed through the building in an half-oval (the large doors on the right and left of the building) to pick up loads.
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