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Commercial Building (Bank of Clinch Valley)
Main Street's most arresting sight is this bank with a rock-faced brownstone facade featuring the era's popular walk-through corner entrance. The entrance's attenuated arch is supported by characteristically Richardsonian Romanesque stubby columns with foliated capitals. Above the arched windows of the second floor a gable laid against a parapet and pierced by a lunette provides a strong finish to this building.
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