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American Furniture Company (Mechanics and Masonic Hall)
This five-story commercial building has long punctuated the Pueblo skyline. Pioneer architect Francis W. Cooper also had a hand in the design of many other important downtown structures. The pressed brick and red sandstone building features a central two-story bay window framed in copper. Other notable details include the row of arched windows and a broken stringcourse along the fourth story, the decorative brick-work on the fifth story, and the large fan of carved stone in the center section of the cornice.
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