The final creation of Preston Bradshaw, what is now known as Lindell Towers West, was completed in 1927 for Pleitsch and Price.
This building is probably the most unique of three; it violates and borrows from several styles of architecture, including Beaux-Arts, Romanesque and other eclectic elements.
The front door and its two medallions even hearken to Italian Renaissance architecture.
The penthouse tower likewise continues the eclectic design with rosettes as well as other Medieval imagery.
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Wasn’t this one called the Daniel Boone?