The two-story portion of this limestone-sheathed bank building is relatively conventional, including its updating of glass brick inserted within the lower windows. The entrance to the right, which is only a single story high, is articulated by horizontal stones and by pronounced voussoirs above. Although it is part of the adjoining two-story section of the bank, this little entrance comes close to appearing as a completely separate, miniaturized building.
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Farmers Bank Building
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