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Wilton Feed and Produce (originally a service station)
This is a high point of the popular Moderne in Iowa: a feed and produce store clothed in bright, shimmering red, blue, and white glazed brick and tile. The checkerboard pattern, a trademark of the Ralston Purina Company, was added later to the building's street facade. A large-scale checkerboard pattern runs across the entire upper section of the building,
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