Here is a single-story commercial block (1878), each of its three ground-floor stores occupying a bay set between paneled masonry piers. Steps lead up to each of the store's entrances, and there are large showcase window areas on each side of the double entrance doors. A delicate band of dentils has been placed within the span between the piers; and above, a bracketed cornice springs into a gable formed in the center bay.
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