An excellently preserved two-story brick commercial building, this structure is still occupied by its original tenants. Cast- and wroughtiron columns and storefronts appear on the first floor, where pressed metal was utilized for the cornice and for the central projecting pediment.
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Charles F. Ranzow and Son Paint Company Building
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