This mellow yellow-tan limestone building was constructed as the town's first hotel. The two-and-a-half-story, gable-roofed form and the placement and proportions of the windows indicate a vernacular continuation of the Federal tradition. Next door is a small two-story stone building which was planned as the bakery for the hotel.
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