In 1853, Francis P Simpson built the Washington Hall playhouse. There were several stores downstairs, such as William Spader’s lumber business and a drug store. There were five secret societies that had space upstairs.
Built c. 1902. Beaux Art elements. First Floor fenestration appears to have been bricked in, leaving a single smaller window. Second story windows paired with arches and ionic pilasters, surmounted by sculptural cornice of terra cotta.