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Ace Rubber Stamps & Engraving

67 E. Pennington St.
Stamps
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Built in the late 1950s, this commercial storefront features a unique storefront awning.

Desert Bloom Boutique

27 N. Stone Ave.
Apparel & Accessories
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Built in 1901 and remodeled in the 1950s to reflect International style modern architecture.

Flanagan's Celtic Corner

222 E. Congress St.
Arts Crafts & Gifts
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This Victorian style commercial building was constructed in 1928.

Gold Return

9 N. 6th Ave.
Jewelry
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Built in 1916, this brick commercial building now features a streamlined fašade.

Hydra

145 E. Congress St.
Apparel & Accessories
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Built in 1905 and renovated in the 1940s to express International style architecture.

Rae's Place

25 N. Stone Ave.
Convenience Store, Salad, Soup
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Built in 1901 and remodeled in the 1950s to reflect International style modern architecture.

Re-Threads

66 E. Pennington St.
Apparel & Accessories
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Constructed in 1930 as a Spanish Colonial Revival style commercial building. It continues to showcase its 1930s-era decorative terra cotta relief.