Designed by William J. J. Chase, the “Stripped Classical” design of this courthouse is often mistaken for Art Deco.
Now officially known as the Sowega Building, this landmark is more familarly known to locals as the “Watermelon Building”, due to the small watermelon ornaments between the second and third floors.
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