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Commercial Building (J. C. Thompson Building)
Facing the courthouse square, the former J. C. Thompson Building and a companion at 106 W. Corpus Christi Street established the architectural character of Beeville's compact downtown. The Thompson Building, originally housing a grocery business, is distinguished by the compilation of arch shapes above its central second-floor window; its neighbor is distinguished by a Jules Leffland– like tripartite facade. The Thompson Building retains a cast-iron storefront.
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