Three-story brick veneered, frame building with a coursed stone foundation, an octagonal tower capped with a shingle clad conical roof. There is a shingled overhanging gable end. The windows are regular and arched types, the entrance is a Syrian entrance arch with Ionic capped pilasters, a radiating long arch and a stained glass window. Formerly housed the Leisure Hour Club, Ladies Library Association, and ELT Club.
Source: National Park Service; Superior Street Commercial Historic District Registration Form. Prepared by Lloyd Baldwin. October 1996.
“A Community Gathering Place” sign in 2003.
Source: Isaac Kremer, December 2003