The Manders Building, on the corner of SanJuan and Main streets, in Alamosa, Colorado is a two-story building, constructed in 1891, with rusticated stone block, bracketed enriched cornice, corner entry with double wooden panel with large glass panes and transom window and large storefront windows with transoms on one side. The other side has three small square window openings and one store front on the far end of the building. The second-story windows have transoms and radiatingvoussoirs. The roof corner is topped with a pediment sign "Manders18 Building 91" including returns with star decorations. Men pose on the boardwalk in front of store windows, a women is in the open corner entry door, and a young boy sits on a horse near a hitching post. Signs painted on windows advertise "DryGoods, Clothing, FancyGroceries, Hats And Shoes, Hay And Grain." A "Groceries And Feed" wood sign is on the end store.