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Commercial Building (First National Bank)
The surviving unaltered section of this former bank's facade is the entrance, which takes the form of a triumphal arch. The door, tucked within the arch, is surmounted by a large window and the arch's interior surface is coffered. Cable molding and a tobacco leaf belt course extend from the spring of the arch, and a parapet rises above the projecting molded cornice. The addition of 1948 is clad in rectangular orange and white enameled panels.
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