The town's only Art Deco monument was remodeled in 1932 to its current appearance, with a dressing of cream and ivory stucco, large plate glass windows, and indirect lighting. The design features vertical piers with stylized leaves in relief, elongated vertical lights and indentations in the parapet, rounded corners, and painted signs on the facades. The rectangular massing could be called Pueblo Deco.
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