Starting from the base and working upward, one finds that everything is correct and refined about the design. A circle of stone Tuscan columns surrounds an inner drum. The columns support a circular entablature and cornice; but at this point something peculiar happens, for above the cornice is a very large-scaled circular metal tank to hold water, and off of this sprouts an antenna. Technology and traditionalism are united.
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Allen Hazen Water Tower
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