I was recently reading through some of our files on the various buildings which have been the home of The
Interestingly, the top two floors of the building were removed in 1954 at a cost of $ 60,000. No reason was given in the papers at the time, but it did indicate that the remodeled building (without the two floors) were to be converted to offices. The building still stands today and contains a SUBWAY Restaurant.
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