This is an early form for a service station; a rectangular single-story block with an open cut-in corner facing onto the junction of two streets. The station, built originally for Leo Monahan, is of concrete block that imitates cut stone. Contrasting red brick has been used as trim around the automobile entrances.
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Conoco Service Station
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