William Quayle, who worked in Denver, Fort Collins, and San Diego, produced this two-story brick building. Following a 1983 reconstruction, it once again sports round-arched windows, hewn keystones, and a cast-iron-columned storefront. Quayle also designed the Jefferson Block (1881), a brick commercial row at 209–227 Jefferson Street.
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