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Main Street Inventory

Ca. 1925. One-story, painted brick commercial building. Wooden display windows flank modern aluminum entrance. Plywood covers original transom area. Parapet features recessed brick panels.
Commercial Building. ca. 1901. Contributing. Sanborn maps from 1943 indicate this one-story brick building was complete, and in use as a produce packing house. Construction materials noted were concrete floors, steel framing, and plaster walls. The building is four bays wide on the First Avenue side
Commercial Building. ca. 1940. Contributing. One-story rusticated concrete block structure. Front facade intact with some minor changes. Transom windows remain above the original garage door. Roofline steps back from the street to a one-story brick addition at the rear, added ca. 1940, with rough
Commercial Building. ca. 1925. Contributing. One-story brick Commercial Style building with a parapet roofline that steps up in the center. Original garage door at the north side has been replaced with fixed panes of glass; the other one on the south side has been infilled with rough sawn wood
Commercial Building. ca. 1920. Contributing. One-story striated brick Commercial Style building with inset decorative panels of yellow brick. Storefront openings remain intact although original door and window framing has been replaced with aluminum-framing. In 1943 this was in use as a furniture
Commercial Building. ca. 1900. Contributing. Two-story brick Commercial Style building of pressed brick with narrow mortar joints. It appears that the building has been sandblasted. Two equal storefront bays are separated by a door leading to the second floor. Storefronts are altered with modern
Ripley Building Ca. 1848. Two-story coursed ashlar stone commercial structure built by Colonel Valentine Ripley and believed to be the oldest surviving structures on Main Street. The building has a hipped roof with broad eaves. A modern storefront has been added between existing stone piers. Six
Pace's Market. ca. 1925. Contributing. Two-story Commercial Style brick building with an intact original storefront. Double leaf doors in the center of the storefront area, corbelled cornice, and flat brick arches over windows. Window sash has been replaced with modern one-over-one windows. Brick is