This was a clock tower erected in Tallahassee, FL by Calvin Phillips between 1910 and 1919. It was demolished in the mid 1980's and only a few pictures of it remain. I am an amateur historian researching his life and the face of this clock puzzles me. The normal Roman numeral or numbers on the face are instead crosses? The closest thing I have found as a possible inspiration is the hands of the Thomas clock on Independence Hall which is a cross-shaped hour arm. Any help or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.