Texas Mid-Century Modern Banks (page 6)

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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]

First United Bank
Sherman, TX
This First United Bank branch appears to be from the 1960s. I don't know what bank was here originally. [map]

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.

former First Savings & Loan Association

former Pioneer Savings & Loan
Waco, TX
This Pioneer Savings & Loan branch was built in 1955. The building has been vacant since 1991. A new owner in 2016 renovated the building. These photos are from 2018. The building now houses Walker Partners and New York Life. [map]

American Bank [gone]
Waco, TX
The American Bank was designed by Durwood Pickle and built from 1977-1979 as the Bellmead State Bank. It featured many original interior details. The building was demolished in 2020.

American National Bank Building
Wichita Falls, TX
The American National Bank Building was built as the First Wichita National Building in 1961. At that time, the bank claimed to have the world's tallest sign. For more, see this website. [map]

More Wichita Falls:
First Bank