Arizona Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 2)

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Wells Fargo Bank
Holbrook, AZ
This Wells Fargo Bank branch was probably built in the 1950s or 1960s. The building was housing a Great Western Bank in the 1970s. It may have housed a First-Navajo National Bank before that. [map]

Bank of the West
Coolidge, AZ
This Bank of the West branch was probably built in the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

Washington Federal
Globe, AZ
This Washington Federal branch appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. In 2008, this was a Bank of America. [map]

former Western Savings
Mesa, AZ

This Western Savings branch appears to have been built in the 1950s or 1960s. The building now houses Liberty Pawn. [map]

former Western Savings
Tucson, AZ
This Western Savings was designed by Bob Swaim and built in 1979. The building now houses the Vantage West Credit Union. [map]

former Valley National Bank
Phoenix, AZ

This former Valley National Bank branch was built in 1957. It was designed by Herman Jacoby of Weaver and Drover. The building now houses the Devenney Group. [map]

former Arizona Bank
Phoenix, AZ


This former Arizona Bank branch was designed by Ralph Haver & Associates and built in 1961. It later housed a Security Pacific Bank and a Bank of America. Later, it housed a Chinese restaurant. The building was vacant in 2012. Since 2016, the building has housed a Sherwin-Williams Paint store. For more, see this website. [map]

former Western Savings & Loan
Phoenix, AZ


This former Western Savings & Loan branch was designed by Wenceslas Sarmiento in 1975. The building was originally painted white. It is visible in the distance in this postcard from the early 1970s. The building now houses a Souper Salad. Around 2014, the building was repainted white. Sarmiento worked for Oscar Niemeyer who designed the similar looking Cathedral of Brasilia. [map]