Lucien L. Nunn, whose utility company supplied electricity to local mines and mills, and A. M. Wrench erected this unusually large one-story red brick building with five storefronts under a decorative metal cornice. Several store interiors retain original architectural details, including pressed metal ceilings and walls. Nunn's house, at the northwest corner of Aspen Street and Columbia Avenue, also survives.
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Nunn and Wrench Building
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