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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.


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Photo taken by David Valdez, 2023

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Photo taken in 1984

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