Most of these brick blocks along Coolbaugh Street are two stories high, and a good number of them still exhibit something approaching their original ground-floor shop fronts. Two contrasting types of second-floor bay windows can be seen in a pair of Flemish gabled bays of a building (c. 1895) located on Coolbaugh between Fourth and Fifth (now housing Bon Ton Cleaners), and in a nearby c. 1910 building (Brown's) with references to the English Gothic on Coolbaugh near the corner of Fourth Street.
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