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Commercial Building (Pulaski National Bank)
On both sides of the old courthouse (PU2), the tree-lined block of Main Street is an almost unbroken display of late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century two-story brick commercial buildings. Although the lower floor of this former bank has been considerably altered, it has retained its corner entrance. The more intact second story with its three-part thermal windows and recessed panels below a bracketed cornice is a showcase of popular features in early-twentieth-century commercial architecture.
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