1225 – 1229 Adams Street
This single-story utilitarian building was built circa 1920 and is owned by and located behind the Vasconi Pharmacy. It has a front-facing gable roof. The roof and walls are constructed of corrugated metal sheets. The front elevation has a vehicle opening on the left and a smaller doorway on the right. Each door is flanked by a window, which, like windows on other elevations, is unglazed and covered with wire screen. The building has a concrete floor and foundation. It was once a P.G. & E. warehouse. It appears to be substantially unaltered. It is currently being used as a storage facility.