The city of Minneapolis has a website about interesting buildings, illustrated with ridiculously small pictures. But it has its uses:

In 1929, Despatch Laundry commissioned Minneapolis architect Louis Boynton Bersback to design a building to house the company’s office and rug cleaning facilities. The uses of exotic forms such as a bay window and the copper clad Moorish dome on a building of such utilitarian function as well as its setting within a primarily nineteenth century residential neighborhood have made it a unique contribution to the community.

I always thought it was a little silly, but such whimsy is appreciated.