Texas Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 5)

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Texoma Savings Bank
Sherman, TX
This building was designed by Paul C. Ross as a Texoma Savings Bank. It opened in 1963. It had one of the first drive-thru tellers with air tubes. The building has been vacant for years. [map]

BBVA Compass Bank
Raymondville, TX
The BBVA Compass Bank previously housed the Raymondville Bank of Texas. The logo incorporated into the stone reliefs on the building must indicate the original bank name. These buildings appear to be from the 1950s or 1960s. The first row of photos above shows the main bank while the second row shows the drive-thru building which is located across the street. In 2022, the main bank was housing a PNC Bank. The drive-thru building did not seem to be in use. [map]

former Main Bank & Trust
San Antonio, TX
The former Main Bank & Trust branch may have been built in 1955. It was definitely there by the late 1960s. The building now houses a Luby's Cafeteria. The bank part of the building houses the Fiesta Room. [map]

First National Bank
Fort Stockton, TX
This First National Bank was designed by Joe Verle Line and built in 1976. The drive-thru structure across the street (bottom photo) has a similar design and was apparently built at the same time. [map]

More Texas Mid-Century Modern Banks:
former Tascosa National Bank (Amarillo)
First National Bank of Ballinger (Ballinger)
First National Bank (Falfurrias)
First State Bank: 1, 2 (Hemphill)
former bank (Hurst)
former Western Savings & Loan (Hurst)
former First National Bank (Mineral Wells)
former First National Bank (Mt. Pleasant)
former County National Bank (Orange)
former Texas State Bank (San Angelo)
InterBank (Seymour)
former First Savings & Loan Association (Uvalde)