Our last 1870s building is what was known for years as the Grange Hall.
This is, as you can tell from the back, actually two buildings. The first structure was the north portion built about 1877 by John D. Carpenter. The building was remodeled in 1895 when Mr. Carpenter built the southern addition.
At that time, the older building was remodeled to make the buildings appear as one. The second floor windows are double hung with colored glass around a central expanse, a brick herringbone pattern in the segmental arches above the lintel band, and brick corbelling at the cornice level.