With its two-story Tuscan portico beneath a parapeted roof, the former First Citizens Bank (1913; 107 E. Main) is a fine representative of early-twentieth-century classicism. Next door at 103 E. Main another, but smaller, former bank (1890s) is a Romanesque Revival–influenced building, with a blind arcade below its pressed-metal bracketed cornice that incorporates a paneled frieze capped by a diminutive pediment.
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