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PUTTING UP NEW CORBELS and window cornices on the Hangman's Tree Building are Michael Drobesh, left, and David Clayson with Dacor Builders. Democrat photo by Krysten Kelum


Herrick Building making progress

By From page A1 | May 30, 2014

On Thursday, May 15, as Tim and Sue Taylor waited for the Pony Express rider to deliver petition signatures to City Hall, the window frames, corbels and arched cornices went up over the former Hangman Tree building. The buildings at 301 and 305 Main St., known locally as the Herrick Building and the Hangman’s Tree Building, share a common roof and are owned by the Taylors who are restoring them.

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