Texas Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 4)

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BBVA Compass Bank
Harlingen, TX
The BBVA Compass Bank was built in 1966. It was previously known as the Harlingen National Bank. I don't know if that was the original name. [map]

First State Bank: 1, 2

PrimeWay Federal Credit Union
Houston, TX
The PrimeWay Federal Credit Union was built in 1962 as the Heights State Bank. The building was designed by S.I. Morris. [map]

former bank
former Western Savings & Loan

First National Bank
Killeen, TX
This First National Bank was built as the First National Bank of Killeen around 1960. Shown above is the motor bank part of the building and the metal screen on the side of the bank itself. The building was vacant in 2022. It appears that this bank once has a Roto-Sphere. It may be the one now at a pawn shop in Killeen which is shown at that page. [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. This building was vacant in 2022. [map]

Fire Administration Building
Lufkin, TX
This Fire Administration Building was designed by Wilbur Kent and Floyd Marcellos. It was built in 1962 and originally housed the Lufkin Federal Savings & Loan Association. [map]

Mineral Wells:
former First National Bank

Mt. Pleasant:
former First National Bank

First State Bank of Odem
Odem, TX
The First State Bank of Odem was designed by Jim Machlan and built in 1966. The motor bank is located directly behind the main branch. [map]

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

Odessa, TX
This Citibank branch appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. The building appears to be vacant now. [map]

former County National Bank

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.