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Wachovia Bank Building

The Wachovia Bank Building on South Tryon Street. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown

First National Bank

Architectural rendition of the entrance of First National Bank. The architects were Lockwood, Greene & Company and Louis Asbury. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown

First National Bank

This is a architectural drawing by Louis Asbury of the First National Bank, which later became the Bank of North Carolina. This building was erected in the late 1920s. At one time, it was the tallest building in the Carolinas. Physical Description: 8x10. glossy Publisher: Unknown

Industrial Loan and Investment Bank

The Industrial Loan and Investment Bank was located in the 100 block of South Church Street. 

 

ID Number: H_2000_01_256_26.jpg

Image Year: 1929

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy

Category: Hornet's Nest

Format: Black and White

Image Negative: 1

Print: 1

Donor: Mary Boyer

Copyright: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Publisher: Unknown

Photographer: Unknown

Charlotte Skyline

View of Charlotte skyline with North Carolina National Bank, now the Bank of America and Wachovia Bank in the foreground.

Physical Description: 8x1035 mm. Negative

Publisher: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Home Federal Savings and Loan

A picture of the Home Federal Savings and Loan Building prior to its demolition in 1965. Located at the corner of Fourth and Tryon Street, the photograph was taken on April 1, 1965. This building was once the Buford Hotel.

Physical Description: negatives only

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Home Federal Savings and Loan

A picture of the Home Federal Savings and Loan Building prior to its demolition in 1965. Located at the corner of Fourth and Tryon Street, the photograph was taken on April 1, 1965. This building was once the Buford Hotel.

Physical Description: negatives only

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