19th century pediment decoration

The three-story Richardsonian Romanesque commercial-style building is called the Law Exchange Block or Phillips Block and was built in 1891-1892. Designed by Dow for A.C. Phillips, it first was a mortgage company, then an insurance business. It was Soo Hotel from 1953-1975. Planners initially hoped lawyers would fill the building since it was across the street from the courthouse. This stone pediment is one of several nearly identical panels that decorate the​ space between the garden level windows and the shoulder high first floor windows of the building.

Thanks for the original asset creator : jerryfisher
Date published:
Feb 1st, 2019
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