Texas Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 3)

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West Texas State Bank Auto Teller [gone]
Snyder, TX
The West Texas State Bank Auto Teller was built in the late 1950s or early 1960s. The sign was backlit. Originally, there was just one lane. These photos are from 2006. By 2012, the building was gone.

Seguin Savings Association
Seguin, TX
The Seguin Savings Association building was built around 1962. The basement was constructed as a nuclear fallout shelter. I believe the bank closed in 1988. The building has housed the Seguin Chamber of Commerce since at least 2012. [map]

Dalhart Federal Savings
Dalhart, TX
This Dalhart Federal Savings & Loan branch was designed by Charles P. Guariglia and built in 1965. The dome was created with a "single pour" of concrete which took all night to complete. The building was remodeled in 1977 and expanded in 1994. [map]

Bank of America
Odessa, TX
This Bank of America branch was built in 1960. [map]

First Pasadena State Bank [gone]
Pasadena, TX
The First Pasadena State Bank was designed by MacKie and Kamrath and built in 1962. It went by different names over the years. By 2005, the building was vacant. These photos are from 2018. The building continued to deteriorate and was demolished in 2019. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3.

Odessa, TX
First National Bank
Anson, TX
This Citibank branch appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. The building now houses a BB&T bank. [map]

This First National Bank was built in 1959. The sign appears to be from then. [map]

Regions Bank
Longview, TX
This Regions Bank building is located behind the bank branch itself. It houses a parking garage and what was a drive-up teller. The bank buildings originally housed the Longview National Bank and have been there since at least 1966. [map]