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Bygones (Commercial and Residential Building)
This frame building is a combination store and residence. The storefront has tall, narrow display windows and a recessed entrance. Indicative of the upper level residential use is the cantilevered second-story gallery with decorative sawnwork, a form often seen on late-nineteenth-century commercial buildings in the Valley. Another nearby example is at 148 W. King Street.
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