At the edge of Waubeek's own limestone quarry is situated this mercantile building. It is a two-and-a-half-story structure with a gable roof, constructed of finely cut and laid limestone blocks. Its roof is steeply pitched and its windows are ped; these and other details place it in the mid-century Italianate style.
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Frederick Braun and Ignatius Beek Mercantile Building
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