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Bruno P. Beck Building, 101-103 South Main Street, Jefferson, Jefferson County, WI

Bruno P. Beck Building, 101-103 South Main Street, Jefferson, Jefferson County, WI



Significance: The Bruno P. Beck Building, constructed in 1921, displays the commercial Queen Anne style. It retains historic character and was included as a contributing resource to the Main Street Historic District, determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1994. Architectural features of the building include a storefront window with large display windows, two bay windows on the second floor, and an upper cornice with brackets.
Survey number: HABS WI-352
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 97001627



1933 - 1970


Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


Jefferson (Wis.)43.00527, -88.80728
Google Map of 43.0052671, -88.8072789


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