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33. Leavell General Store (1885)
Plaster scored to resemble finely dressed limestone ashlar was a means of achieving a refined look without the labor-intensive process of hand-tooling stone. Handsome keystone segmental arches over the windows and a simple metal cornice remain from the original façade. The first floor was remodeled along with the interior of the building in the early 1970’s.
Photo taken by David Valdez, 2023
Photo taken in 1984
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