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Guard Insurance Company (Lehigh and Wilkes-Barre Coal Company)
When anthracite was big business, “corporate architecture” meant Beaux-Arts design, as shown by this classical coal company headquarters building that looks out over the Susquehanna. Monumental Corinthian columns articulate the upper three floors.
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