It is the Sullivan-inspired terracotta ornamentation that draws attention to what is otherwise a nondescript three-story brick office building. There are rectangular cartouches above the cornice on the parapet; the two terracotta signs inserted into the surrounding brick walls display letters intertwined within a field of naturalistic and geometric ornament. Most of the windows have now been filled in with glass brick.
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Livestock National Bank, Exchange Building
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