An important design by the first African American to maintain an architectural practice in Virginia, Charles T. Russell, this structure is similar in a number of ways to the St. Luke Penny Savings Bank (1910; demolished), Russell's first commission. The polychrome brick, three-story Renaissance Revival building originally housed offices on the upper floors and two storefront spaces on the first floor.
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Richmond Beneficial Insurance Company Building
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