Maplewood Public Library Saturday unveiled a watercolor of the building at the corner of Sutton Boulevard and Hazel Avenue painted by the late Stan Masters.
The painting was donated by Masters’ widow, Carlene Masters, in February. It now hangs on the first floor of the library next to the computers.
The storefront in the painting housed the first Harper’s Pharmacy, according to Maplewood historian, Doug Houser. It was named for Dr. Leander Cape, one of Maplewood’s earliest businessmen and community leaders.