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These buildings originally had the same facade as the two adjacent buildings on First Street . Having been adapted as an annex to the Courthouse , they have been painted white to match that structure. The large metal bracketed cornices at the…

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This two-story brick building has recently been restored. The windowhoods have been replaced, but the original stamped-metal cornice and brackets remain. The cast iron Corinthian columns on the first story are also original. Cast iron fluted…

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The cast iron steel storefront has been preserved in this two-story brick structure. A heavy metal cornice and large brackets define the roofline, and a metal architrave molding separates the first and second stories. Three bays with arched metal…

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This two-story brick building represents the use of Italianate style in Richmond's commercial structures. Above the two equally-spaced triple windows, large-scale pedimental window hoods are dominant features. A simple cornice of stamped metal and a…

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This two-story brick building represents the use of Italianate style in Richmond's commercial structures. Above the two equally-spaced triple windows, large-scale pedimental window hoods are dominant features. A simple cornice of stamped metal and…

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Directly adjacent to the Todd Building, this two-story structure was initially a restaurant on the first floor with a dwelling above it. On the exterior the original cast iron columns and pilasters remain, although most of the framing is obscured by…

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This two-story house is topped by a low-hipped roof which is characteristic of the Italianate style. At first a single-family residence, it is now an apartment house. The painted brick structure has stone lintels over the windows on the three-bay…

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This two-story clapboard-covered frame residence has Italianate influence in its design. It is asymmetrical T-shaped plan with a wrap-around porch. Turned wooden posts support a frieze of turned spindles, and curved brackets create an arcaded effect.…

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This commercial structure was built by the Berea National Bank to serve as its office. While the windows of the storefront have been replaced, the building retains much of its original ornament. A denticulated cornice spans the uppermost portion of…

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This frame dwelling was at one time the residence of Charles Lester, an 1873 graduate of Berea College who served also as one its trustees from 1878 to 1896. The two-story T-plan residence contains clapboard siding, paired scrolled brackets, and a…
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