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Beckwith Commercial Block (1882) | by origamidon
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Beckwith Commercial Block (1882)

30 Main Street, Middlebury, Vermont USA • Architect / Builder: Smith & Allen (Clinton Smith & William H. Allen). • Queen Anne style, three-story, brick, flat roof. Features: original storefront, stained glass, cornice arcading, enriched cornice, terracotta, keystone, round arch windows, segmented arch windows, marble stringcourses, parapet, beltcourse, decorative brickwork. • Now the headquarters of the National Bank of Middlebury.


The Beckwith Block, as a part of the Middlebury Village Historic District, has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places (#76000223), since 1976.


☞ This structure is listed on the Vermont State Register of Historic Places. Source: Data excerpts from "The Historic Architecture of Addison County: including a listing of the Vermont State Register of Historic Places"; Vermont Division of Historic Preservation; Curtis B. Johnson, Editor; © 1992.

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Taken on August 19, 2007