Erected by the WPA in response to the increasing need for governmental offices, this brick, five-bay building with slightly projecting end pavilions set off by cream-colored quoins is one of the many public works buildings constructed during the Great Depression. The building was named for Alpheus Moses, a county administrator.
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Moses Building/Pittsylvania County Office Building
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