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Montana Mid-Century Modern Bank Buildings (page 1)

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former Security Savings & Loan
Billings, MT
The Security Savings & Loan building was there by 1968. By 1970, it was known as the Security Federal Savings & Loan Association. In 2002, the building began housing the Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office. The building has been vacant since around 2017. For more, see this website. [map]

former Prudential Federal Savings & Loan
Butte, MT
This Prudential Federal Savings & Loan was designed by William Pereira and built in 1962. It has housed D.A. Davidson & Co. since at least 1985. [map]

former Dutton State Bank
Dutton, MT
The Dutton State Bank was established in 1960 and this building was contructed then. I believe the metal wheat sheaths are original. In 2019, the bank merged into the Opportunity Bank of Montana. [map]

former First Interstate Bank
Hardin, MT
former First Interstate Bank motor bank
Hardin, MT
This former First Interstate Bank was built in 1953. It closed in 2020 when the branch moved to a new location in town. [map]

The First Interstate Bank motor bank, two blocks away from the downtown branch, was built in 1973. It also closed in 2020. [map]

former First National Bank and Trust
Helena, MT
former First National Motor Bank
Helena, MT
This former First National Bank and Trust storefront trim and panels appear to be from the 1960s or 1970s. This building is used as an addition to the much larger Art Deco First National Bank next door. Both buildings now house U.S. Bank. [map]

The First National Motor Bank was built in 1971. It is a block away from the main branch. The building is now used by U.S. Bank. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

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