Haughton Elevonics

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The Haughton Elevonics (not to be confused with Otis Elevonic) was Haughton's computerized elevator system. Not much is known about this model, except it definately existed in 1962-1967.

Notable installations

  • 120 Church St, New York, NY
  • U. S. Courthouse & Federal Office Building, San Francisco, CA
  • United California Bank Building, Beverly Hills, CA
  • Western Federal Savings Building, Denver, CO
  • Hopkinson House Apartments, Philadelphia, PA
  • Rohm & Haas Building, Philadelphia, PA
  • Department of Labor Building, Trenton, NJ
  • First Federal Savings, Detroit, MI
  • Cleveland Federal Building, Cleveland, OH
  • Penn Towers, Philadelphia, PA
  • Cobo Convention Hall, Detroit, MI
Schindler lifts (Dewhurst fixtures 2) "This elevator only serves two floors."
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