Sometimes, you just have to let the pictures do the talking. Here is what I can discover about this stunning 1930 Art-Deco building in Lexington, Mississippi.
One-story, yellow brick building with a low-pitched hipped roof. Centered on the facade is a recessed, double-leaf, 2-panel wood door with a 12-light transom. Flanking this doorway, on the facade wall, are two small windows covered with decorative iron grills. Above the windows are circular plaques containing interlocking diamond shapes. Above the entrance is a cast-concrete decoration consisting of griffins flanking a rectangular panel. A large addition, dating to the 1940s or 50s stands on the SE corner of the building. A cornice composed of geometrical shapes encircles the original building. (Jennifer V. O. Baughn, 2000, National Register of Historic Places nomination form, retrieved from Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Historic Resources Inventory)