This building was built prior to 1904 and originally housed a monument sales company. In later years the Gaebler Building was home to a car dealership, Laundromat, liquor store, and a drug store.
It is a unique tin structure that has both interior and exterior tin siding. Take special note of the limestone corners. This limestone was set in place and carved exactly to match the “tin” design. The building (tin and stone) was then painted alike in order to create a matching look. If you look closely, you can still see some of the original paint in the limestone “cracks”.
In December of 1982 it was moved to Billie Creek Village.