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CenturyLink (United Intermountain Telephone Company Business Office)
This Moderne office building of buff-colored bricks accented by courses of darker ochre-colored bricks has a recessed entrance set in a clipped corner. The entrance door has a plain surround of polished black marble and above it is a small keystone-like date plaque of the same material. A second, newer entrance to the building is in an addition that extended the structure in an L shape to a front on Main Street. The building houses switching equipment serving the telephone lines of three Southwest Virginia counties.
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