California Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 2)

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Alhambra, CA
This Citibank branch was built around 1957 as a First Federal Savings and Loan. [map]

former California Bank & Trust
Anaheim, CA
This California Bank & Trust was built in 1967. It don't know if that bank was the original tenant. The building began housing the Vault Hookah Lounge in 2016. By 2020, the building was housing a Southwestern National Bank branch. [map]

former California Federal Bank
Arcadia, CA
This California Federal Bank branch was built around 1959. In 1971, this was a Pacific Savings bank. The building housed a Citibank when this photo was taken in 2014. The building now houses GiggleFiber. [map]

former Community National Bank
Bakersfield, CA
The former Community National Bank was designed by David R. Harkness and built in 1961. [map]

Bank of America
Barstow, CA
This Bank of America branch appears to have been built in the 1950s or 1960s. It has been a Bank of America since at least 1969. [map]

Perpetual Savings Bank
Beverly Hills, CA
former United California Bank
Beverly Hills, CA
The Perpetual Savings Bank was designed by Edward D. Stone and built in 1962. The building now housed a Pacific Mercantile Bank branch. For more, see this website. [map]

The United California Bank was built in 1962. This round building originally displayed the bank vault. It now houses the Oliver Cafe while part of the former bank's larger office building houses the Equinox fitness center. For more, see this website. [map]

former Great Western Savings Bank
Beverly Hills, CA
This oval-shaped former Great Western Savings Bank was built in 1972. I assume that these concrete canopies behind the office tower were used as drive-up bank kiosks. [map]

former California Teachers Association Credit Union
Burlingame, CA
The California Teachers Association Credit Union may have been built in 1962. The design looks more typical of the 1970s. The building housed the Provident Central Credit Union and later the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association. I believe it is vacant now. [map]

former Lytton Savings & Loan Bank
Canoga Park, CA
This former Lytton Savings & Loan Bank was designed by Kurt Meyer and built in 1965. [map]

former bank
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
This former bank was built in 1971. I believe it originally housed a Palo Alto Salinas Savings & Loan. The building now houses the Seventh & Dolores steakhouse. [map]

former World Savings Bank
Castro Valley, CA
This former World Savings Bank appears to be from the 1960s or 1970s. It later housed a Wachovia. It has been a Wells Fargo Bank since around 2011. For more, see this website. [map]

Bank of America
Chula Vista, CA
This Bank of America branch appears to be from the 1960s. [first photo thanks Gregory May] [map]

Chase Bank
Claremont, CA
This Chase Bank was built in 1963 as a Colonial Savings and Loan. It was designed by Victor Gruen Associates. It features cast concrete screens. For more, see this website. [map]

Pomona First Federal Bank
Claremont, CA
This Pomona First Federal Bank branch was designed by Millard Sheets and built in 1969. The mosaics were also created by Sheets. The building now houses a US Bank. The motor bank was built later with a mosaic by Sheets' former chief assistant, Denis O'Connor. [map]

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