The connected, heavily arched windows of the third floor are certainly meant to be responded to as Romanesque Revival, but the remainder of this three-story brick structure seems almost classical. And then there is the tower that springs up from behind the stepped parapet of the roof. The walls of the tower with their clock faces and surrounds of curved ornamentation seem almost Georgian. Though an oddity in style, this building is very strong.
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