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California Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 6)

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Coachella Valley Savings and Loan
Palm Springs, CA
This Coachella Valley Savings and Loan branch was designed by Stewart Williams and built in 1961. It is now a Chase branch. The building resembles the Presidential Palace in Brazil. [map]

RE/MAX Real Estate
Palm Springs, CA

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This RE/MAX Real Estate building was built in 1966 for E.F. Hutton. The facade was covered up with a new design by Gil Garcia in 1977 for Santa Barbara Savings & Loan. When the bank moved out in 1991, RE/MAX Real Estate moved into the building. By 2016, the building was housing H3K Design. For more, see this website. [map]

City National Bank
Palm Springs, CA
The City National Bank, now Bank of America, was built in 1959. It was designed by Rudy Baumfeld of Victor Gruen & Associates. The design was inspired by the Chapel of Notre Dame du Haut which was built in 1954. This bank's original sunscreens and fountain have been removed. I assume the drive-through structure in the parking lot (bottom photo) was built later in the style of the bank building. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

former Security First National Bank
Palm Springs, CA
This Security First National Bank branch was designed by Joe Wong and built in 1959. The bas relief sculptures were created by Lawrence Tenney Stevens. The building now houses a Union Bank. For more, see this website. [map]

former Santa Fe Federal Savings and Loan
Palm Springs, CA
This former Santa Fe Federal Savings and Loan branch was designed by E. Stewart Williams and built in 1961. The building now houses the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center. For more, see this website. [map]

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