This Beaux-Arts building is distinguished by well-proportioned round-arched openings separated by pilasters on the tall ground floor, while a slender course of dentils sets off the short mezzanine above. A 1937 addition to the side repeats the original materials and detail, and doubled the size of the facility. In 1931, the interior was partially destroyed by a mail bomb, sent to a local Italian American organization from fascist Italy.
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