1310 Oak Avenue
This single story building was built circa 1905. It faces Oak Avenue but is set back on Money Way that runs parallel between Main Street and Oak Avenue. It has a shed roof and low parapets on all but the southwest elevation. The construction material is a native pitch-face stone that is coursed (laid in a path) or uncoursed (random). The original metal doors are outside on the north side. On the northwest facing door there are signatures and dates and on the other door are calculations where the operator used the door like a pad of paper. Apparently, animal feed was sold out of this stone building. It now serves as Alan’s Photography and Custom Framing business.