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July 10, 2023


Jennifer Pfaff

Hi Joe,

Thank you for the nice comments:)

Regarding the Adeline Market, the consultants did indeed include the structure in said report.

The gist of the summary boils down to the following: two aesthetically disparate building periods combined: 1925 Spanish Revival and 1941 futuristic Streamline Moderne, with substantial losses to the historical integrity and workmanship (ie. neon sign removal in 1984) with most of the 1925 storefront sections being heavily modified in the 1980s. Not associated with a master architect, nor builder.

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