The Samuel Kraemer Building, in Anaheim, California, was built in 1924-1925 by Samuel Kraemer. It was the first high-rise building in Orange County. Samuel Kraemer 'made a fortune' from oil being discovered on his land. Kraemer invested his wealth in developing much of downtown Anaheim during the 1920s, including his six-story American Savings Bank of Anaheim—today known as the Kraemer Building. Designed by local architect M. Eugene Durfee, the building would be the tallest in Orange County. It remained so for over four decades.

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  • The Samuel Kraemer Building, in Anaheim, California, was built in 1924-1925 by Samuel Kraemer. It was the first high-rise building in Orange County. Samuel Kraemer 'made a fortune' from oil being discovered on his land. Kraemer invested his wealth in developing much of downtown Anaheim during the 1920s, including his six-story American Savings Bank of Anaheim—today known as the Kraemer Building. Designed by local architect M. Eugene Durfee, the building would be the tallest in Orange County. It remained so for over four decades. The building once was the headquarters of El Camino Savings and Loan. The Samuel Kraemer Building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. (en)
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  • The Samuel Kraemer Building, in Anaheim, California, was built in 1924-1925 by Samuel Kraemer. It was the first high-rise building in Orange County. Samuel Kraemer 'made a fortune' from oil being discovered on his land. Kraemer invested his wealth in developing much of downtown Anaheim during the 1920s, including his six-story American Savings Bank of Anaheim—today known as the Kraemer Building. Designed by local architect M. Eugene Durfee, the building would be the tallest in Orange County. It remained so for over four decades. (en)
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  • Samuel Kraemer Building (American Savings Bank/First National Bank) (en)
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