The designer of this building has carried the PWA Moderne of the 1930s over into the early post-World War II years. The top of the parapet of this two-story building carries an undulating zigzag pattern, and the spandrel on the right of the entrance encompasses the name “Coca-Cola” within two stylized plant forms. The entrance motif is two stories high, and the walls on each side step inward to the door below and the window above.
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Coca-Cola Bottling Plant
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