The public emphasis of this PWA Moderne building is placed on its entrance pavilion situated on the narrow side of the structure. Within the entrance pavilion is a high vertical recess containing doors below, then a spandrel of polished stone, and finally a decorated metal-screened window above. There are V-shaped metal lamps on each side of the entrance, and a small round-cornered canopy projects out over the tall entrance recess.
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