|Louisiana Mid-Century Modern Banks|
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New Iberia, LA
|This Regions Bank building was originally an appliance store. The building was remodeled by Perry Segura & Associates as a People's National Bank. The new look appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. The building has housed several banks over the years but is now an office building. For more, see this website. [map]|
|former Sabine State Bank & Trust Co.
|This building was in use as a Sabine State Bank & Trust Co. branch when I first saw it in 2007. It was built as a Rapides Savings and Loan in 1970. The building was designed by Barron, Heinberg, and Brocato. By 2010, Bug Blasters Pest Control had moved into the building. By 2016, the windows at the top of the building had been covered with siding. [map]|
|This former bank may have originally housed a Guaranty Bank & Trust which was there by the early 1970s. The building has housed a Capital One bank and has been vacant since around 2015. [map]|
|former First Federal Savings & Loan
|This First Federal Savings & Loan branch was designed by Joseph P. Schierer and built in 1961. The building later housed the Schumpert Federal Credit Union. The building now houses the TES Regional Healthcare Federal Credit Union. [map]|
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