Modifications: Between 1917 and 1930s, display windows and knee walls modified, neon sign added between display windows and
transom window. Around 1952, storefront altered, bay window added at upper story, replacing 3 double hung windows. In 2014, building owners received a CDBG grant to carry out facade improvements. Work included repairing the bay window and repainting the facade.
Height: Two story.
Walls: Brick covered with stucco at upper half.
Storefront: Deeply recessed central entrance flanked by pairs of stepped aluminum display windows, transom above and siding around windows is painted metal panel system, aluminum awning above.
Windows: Wood framed bay window with 6/6 double hung wood windows and 3-lite transoms.
Stylistic features: Brick lintel, cornice.
1886-1891 Drygoods, Offices on 2nd
1896-1902 George K. Powers, Drygoods
1899 Offices – 2nd Fl
1899-1900 V.P. Stoddard, Capitalist – 2nd Fl
1905 Graham & Welch Dry Goods
1907-1910 Muhs & Rathbone Dry Goods
1917 Cole, Watches, Clocks, Etc.
1918 Muhs & Rathbone Dry Goods
1927, Sept 2 Muhs & Rathbone Close out sale
1927, Nov 4 The 5-2-1 Store Opening Sale
1934 Cole, Watches, Clocks, Etc (MCD), Note: the Cole family lived on 2nd floor