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White Eagle Service Station (now Home Video)
The ideal image for a service station in the 1920s was either the Colonial or the medieval revival style. This former service station announces its French Norman medieval heritage in its steeply pitched, sweeping roofs, and above all in its street-front gable with its pattern of half-timbering.
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