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California Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 10)

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U.S. Bank
Sonoma, CA
This U.S. Bank building was built in 1976. [map]

Bank of the West
Sunnyvale, CA
This Bank of the West building was built in 1963 as a First National Bank of San Jose. It was designed by Melvin A. Rojko. There were originally four drive-thru teller windows around the building. [map]

former Savings Bank of Mendocino County
Ukiah, CA
This Savings Bank of Mendocino County branch was built in 1966. It was nicknamed the "Round Bank." Since 2009, the building has housed Be-Bop's Diner. [map]

Bank of America
Van Nuys, CA
This Bank of America building was designed by Paul Revere Williams and built in 1965. The mosaic mural was created by Millard Sheets. For more, see this website. [map]

former Van Nuys Savings & Loan
Van Nuys, CA
Midvalley Savings
Yuba City, CA
This former Van Nuys Savings & Loan branch was built in 1955. It was designed by Culver Heaton. There were murals inside by Millard Sheets. The building now houses a grocery store. In 2016, it was announced that the building would likely be demolished. This photo is from 2017. The store appeared to be closed in 2018. For more, see this website. [map]

This building housed Midvalley Savings by 1967. It now houses Oro Jewelry and Loan. [map]

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