good example of the range of styles possible within Art Deco. Where the 7-Up Building is horizontal, this structure goes vertical. The unique vertical massing of the structure gives it great lines, and the rounded corner entrance with coin-shaped portico is the perfect counterpoint. The building serves as an aesthetic complement to its contemporary in time and fashion, the nearby Jantzen Building.
* Confiscating the Trombone Dep't: The Salvation Army was a longtime tenant here. Its vociferous opposition to vice did not make them popular in the late 1800s. They were often pelted with rocks and vegetables by people who thought they were crackpots. (This only strengthened their resolve: after all, the Salvation Army's motto is "Blood and Fire.") E. Kimbark MacColl notes that early in the city's history the Salvation Army band often played unsolicited numbers to the city council, until the council outlawed the practice and arrested the band.