Originally because the Emporium was built to be a furniture store the
three floors consisted of large areas of open space. That is clearly known in the first and second floor pictures in this series. They are currently pretty much the same as they looked originally. However in recent years building was used as a teen center. Thus the third floor isn't as clean and open as the two lower floors are in the pictures that flooow. The essence of the building, the third floor is still discernible though.
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