Pleasant Hill, Mo. 64080 (former location)
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N 38° 47.093 W 094° 16.477
15S E 389293 N 4293676
This one-story multi-colored brick building is located at 120 S. First Street in Pleasant Hill, Mo.
Waymark Code: WMP04N
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 06/01/2015
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member deano1943
Views: 1

Text of historic marker on left side of building:

No record available of when 120
First St. was built. From 1902 to 1907
it was a post office. From 1907 to
1930 a grocery store. On July 26,
1909 Carrie Nation gave a lecture
in front about the evils of alcohol.
It has been an electrical shop,
candy shop, bus station (1936-45),
sporting goods and liquor store
and later a wood carving shop.
Current owners are
The Storms and Andersons


The building is in good repair and is occupied by a woodcarving shop.
Date of Construction: c.1880

This brick one-part commercial block building has a rectangular footprint that is two bays wide. Storefront fenestration defines the bays and consists of an entrance door and an aluminum-framed plate glass window that rests on a three-foot-high brick bulkhead. A brick pier rises above the top of the storefront at the south end. Vertically grooved pressed wood siding covers the remainder of the facade.

The accumulation of non-historic alterations compromises the integrity of the building. It no longer conveys its historic associations and is non-contributing to the historic district.

- National Register Application

Type of structure:: Stand alone

re-enter Zip Code here:: 64080

Current Status:: Former Historic Location

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