Michigan Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 2)

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Bank of America
Redford, MI
This Bank of America branch was built in 1960 as a Standard Federal Savings Bank. It later housed a Lasalle Bank. [map]

former Michigan National Bank
Lansing, MI
This former Michigan National Bank branch now houses Chen's Chinese restaurant. The drive-thru bank window remains. This branch design is from the 1950s. [map]

former Michigan National Bank
Lansing, MI
This former Michigan National Bank branch was built in 1954. It recently housed the Michigan Catholic Credit Union. The building was vacant when this photo was taken in 2011. The building is now houses a cannabis store. [map]

former Michigan National Bank
Battle Creek, MI
This former Michigan National Bank branch building housed the Seventh-Day Adventist Tabernacle when these photos were taken in 2011. The building is vacant now. [map]

former Michigan National Bank
Port Huron, MI
D&I Camera opened in this former Michigan National Bank building in 1979. In 1984, the name was changed to the Ernest Camera Shoppe. The camera store is still in operation. [map]

Chemical Bank
St. Louis, MI
This Chemical Bank branch was built from 1971-1973. It has always been a Chemical Bank. [map]

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

More Michigan:
former Manufacturers National Bank (Detroit) [map]
Isabella Bank (Mount Pleasant)
former Standard Federal Savings & Loan (Southfield)
Edgewater Bank (St. Joseph)
former Bank of the Commonwealth (Westland) [map]

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