Taken in Old City, Knoxville, Tennesse. This building seems less southern than western. Sure, at one point, Knoxville was the west. But this style building is something I’d expect to see in Wyoming or Nevada.
I could probably do some work on this to make it look really old; remove the power lines, the car, the street, etc. etc. But I kind of like how this building sits.
Note the circular brick portholes in the side of the building. I wonder if there was an influential architect or some bigger reason that these are all over town on the older buildings. Like glass was cheaper if cut round or something. Anybody out there have any ideas?