2160 E. Fifth St.

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2160 E. Fifth St.
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Built: 1912.

Of Neo-Classic influence, it is a five-bay brick building on a high rockfaced foundation. A central pavilion with doorway on the groundlevel has representational side lights with interrupted stone cornice with segmental pediment. Scrolled column bases support pilasters on the second level with a triple mullion window that has a large transom. Above is a stone cornice and semi-circular wall dormer with modillions and a port hole window. To each side are two pilastered bays with recessed panel and mulion windows in which the transoms have been blinded. The eaves are box corniced. The hip roof is sheathed in curved tile. The chimneys are massive piers, one interior to the left rear and ine inside on the right. It has a Low-pitched tile roof, symmetrical facade with an emphasized doorway, and Italian columns, moldings, and other decorative details.

The Simms Neighborhood Center was built in 1912 as one of the Carnegie Libraries.

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