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Mecklenburg County Building (Williams and Goode Bank)
With six bold arched openings separated by brick pilasters, this single-story Classical Revival former bank is dressed with a weighty entablature and parapet. The roofline of this white-painted brick building is interrupted by a cartouche with a decorative “G” for Goode.
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