The Mediterranean or Spanish theme was frequently employed for gasoline service stations throughout the country from the mid1920s through the 1930s. This example is sheathed in cream-colored brick with touches here and there of red Mission-style tile roofs. The central office is treated as a tower, with arched windows below and round windows above.
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Gasoline Service Station
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