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Alma Bakery and Sweet Shoppe


category : Historic Buildings
Alma Bakery and Sweet Shoppe The north section of this building houses the Farm Bureau Office. This fine stone building is known as the Kearns and Kinne building. The north half of the stone structure was the C.O. Kinne and J.J. Kearns General Merchandise Store. Notice the articulate stone work on this building and the beautiful stain glass window.


Address: 309 Missouri Street
Phone: 785-765-2235

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