Greek Revival store buildings restored to something like their original appearance are rare. In this hip-roofed brick block with granite trim and a wheat-sheaf relief, the slotlike door to the second story with its small light for the stairs above is tightly squeezed by the stores on either side.
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Double Store Building
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