309 Main St.
Benjamin Briggs, The Architecture of High Point, North Carolina (2008)
Ferree Project Numbers 87, 200, 375, 416. As noted in Briggs, The Architecture of High Point, the dignified 3-story building combines stylized classical elements with Art Deco details, including pilasters topped by capitals of simple geometric forms, suggestive of a classical portico. It was originally built as a two-story structure, with the third story added in harmonizing fashion. It is one of the primary Art Deco buildings in High Point, a city in which the style was used frequently.