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- Resource Number: 63
- Historic Building Name: Hefley-Arcularius Drug Store/Murray Drug/Goodbar's
- Current Building Name: Jack Quinn's Irish Alehouse Pub
- Address: 21 S. Tejon St.
- Architectural Style: Late Victorian/Italianate
- Year Built: Pre-1883
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One of the oldest surviving buildings downtown, historic sources indicate this was a dry goods store by 1883. In 1900, Frank Arcularius and Robert Hefley opened a drug store, offering both wholesale and retail drugs and Kodak photographic processing. The three Goodbar brothers purchased the property in 1943, where they operated a men's clothing shop. More recently, Jack Quinn's renovated the building, removing the 1950's metal cladding to reveal the second floor façade and redesigning the ground-level storefront as a traditional Irish pub.
The architect of this Italinate building, as well as its builder, is unknown. Locally significant.