The Inlet Trading Post is a two-story, decidedly commercial building. With a flat roof and no cornice, the wood-framed building has a storefront with recessed entry at the first level. The walls are covered with beveled siding on the front and asphalt brick on the sides. There is a hip-roofed porch across the front and additions to one side. Built as “Berry's,” the building houses a grocery store on the first floor and a hotel on the second. Beginning in 1944, it was called the Inlet Trading Post.
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Inlet Trading Post
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