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Indiana Mid-Century Modern Banks

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1st Source Bank
Mishawaka, IN
This 1st Source Bank drive-thru banking structure appears to be 1960s or 1970s. [map]

former Harris Bank
Richmond, IN
This Harris Bank building has a mid-century modern "slipcover". Underneath is a much more traditional building from the 1870s. It was originally the Second National Bank. This photo is from 2009. This Harris Bank location closed in 2015. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Huntington Bank
Elwood, IN
This Huntington Bank is probably from the late 1960s or early 1970s. There are lots of original mid-century modern details. [map]

former People's Trust Bank
Fairfield Ave.
Fort Wayne, IN
former People's Trust Bank
Tillman Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN
These People's Trust Bank branch buildings were constructed in 1971. Both of them are vacant now. The "Pyramid Branch" was designed by Grinsfelder Associate Architects. Another source identifies Gordon Chadwick as the designer. I believe five of these buildings were constructed. None of these still house banks. One location now houses Chung King Chinese restaurant. Another location houses Mr. Wimp's Coins & Jewelry. The location on St. Joe Rd. has been demolished. [Fairfield map]; [Tillman map]

former bank
South Bend, IN
This former bank is now used by Murdock Used Cars. It was probably built in the 1960s. [map]

More Indiana Mid-Century Modern Banks:
First Financial Bank (Columbus)

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