This block is characterized by buildings with a rich variety of turn-of-the-twentieth-century brickwork. Sawtooth and basketweave decoration, corbeled and stepped cornices, and the striped decorative effect of alternating red and cream brick are all present. The fine two-story double building at 427 Main (1890s) has slender metal columns framing its two store-front entrances and a particularly elaborate pressed-metal cornice capping the building.
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Commercial Buildings on Main Street
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