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Historic Merchants and Farmers Bank Building


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1908, ca. 1935. Distinctive three-story brick building in Renaissance Revival style. First story, which originally had two storefronts flanking a round-arched entrance, was remodelled ca. 1935 with cut stone veneer, four large round-arched windows, and a pedimented stone entrance surround. This was Statesville's third bank, organized by Fred B. Bunch and James Allen Knox in 1908. In 1960 Merchants and Farmers merged with North Carolina National Bank, now Bank of America (NationsBank).




Address:
113 W. Broad Street
Statesville, NC 28677

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