It’s a great business training school! The card fudges the truth somewhat, as you’ll see, but perhaps for a few months it looked as green and bucolic as this. Note the presence of horses and cars; there must have come a day when the last horse trotted downtown, and everyone looked at it and thought: huh. They’re still around, are they.


Left: The original wing of the Business College began life as the Masonic Temple. It was built in 1884. The grandchildren of the men who built it are probably dead, but here it is today, and it probably has wifi.