Albion Interactive History / 110 South Superior Street

Albion Interactive History

Albion Interactive History / Buildings / Downtown

110 S. Superior Street, c.1890

Style +
Commercial Romanesque

Historic Designation +
Albion Area Historical Architectural Survey, 1985
National Register Listed, August 18, 1997

Past Occupants
Wochholz and Pahl Clothing Store, 1910-1937

Architecture

Three story, brick, with gabled treatment in front and on north facade near street. The third floor windows are arched. A limestone string course is located between the second and and third floors, the second floor windows are capped by flat lintels. The cornice is transected by a pyramid gable on the east and north facades. The east gable has three circular vents centered within and is clipped below the pyramid point. A pair of rounded brick engaged columns rise from the start of the second floor, break the oversized pediment, and terminate at the top of the cornice line.

Source: National Park Service; Superior Street Commercial Historic District Registration Form. Prepared by Lloyd Baldwin. October 1996.

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