Here, the western false front is raised to a large scale. This three-story stage-set screen of brick has thin detailing of pilasters and arched windows that slightly hint at the Richardsonian Romanesque. The interior, painted in white and silver gray with gold and red trim, was sensitively restored in 1967.
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