All three of these two-story brick buildings have dramatic overscaled window headers, entablatures, and cornices. The corner block could be loosely labeled Italianate, with its slight references to pilasters and quoined corners. The smaller commercial building to the right, with its central pedimented cornice and round-arched windows, is medieval, looking toward the Romanesque Revival.
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Group of Three Commercial Blocks
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