This one-story brick office building has elliptical fanlights over its paired entrance doors, typical of work executed by Conrod Burgess. The law office became a bank in 1872 and was acquired by the Monroe County Historical Society in the 1990s. It now serves as the society's museum.
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Hugh Caperton Law Office
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