Woodburn Building

Brothers Burl and William Woodburn collaborated to construct this substantial commercial building in 1917. The Masonic Temple was located on the upper floor and the Woodburn Brothers Grocery occupied the ground space until the building changed hands in 1921. Its striking polychrome brick, gently sloping gable parapets, and terra cotta tile-framed windows and doors add unique contrast to the plain rectangular plan. Numerous T- and diamond-shaped terra cotta medallions ornament the upper level.

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Woodburn Building

Woodburn Building

1. Wibaux Commercial Historic District Woodburn Building 2. Wibaux MT 3. William A. Babcock, Jr 4. June 1987 5. Montana State Historic Preservation Office Helena, MT 6. West/northwest 7. 19 [verso] b&w print | Source: Official records of the Montana State Historic Preservation Office, Helena, Montana | Creator: William A. Babcock, Jr View File Details Page

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Wibaux, Montana [map]

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The Montana National Register Sign Program, “Woodburn Building,” Explore Big – Montana's Historic Places, accessed May 24, 2017, http://explorebig.org/items/show/2138.

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