Though altered on the street level, these brick commercial blocks exhibit the usual wide array of designs used in the 1890s through the early 1900s. The three-story block, with its three sets of bay windows, looks to the classical tradition, while the others seem to be versions of the late Italianate in style.
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Group of Commercial Blocks
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