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Levy Bros. Dry Goods Co. At 914 Main St.

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In 1928, Joseph Finger planned a four-story building for the Levy Bros. Dry Goods Co.

Jesse H. Jones later commissioned Alfred C. Finn to add five-floors of office space above the Levy Bros. store. At the same time, Alfred C. Finn removed most of Joseph Finger’s proposed Art Deco ornamentation. In 1939, Jesse H. Jones commissioned Alfred C. Finn to increase the building’s height to 22-stories.

At this time, the company was nicknamed Levy's for short.



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