National Historic Landmarks Program: Farmers' and Merchants' Union Bank
National Register Number: 72000044
Statement of Significance (as of designation - January 7, 1976):
Built in 1919, this small, compact bank, for all its elaborate and beautiful ornamentation, has the look of soundness and solidity and imparts the feeling of permanance and safety befitting a bank. Louis Sullivan designed and also supervised construction of this structure, the last of the eight banks he designed throughout the Midwest and the next to last of the modest commissions that were all he could obtain in his later years.
Farmers & Merchants Union Bank: History
National Historic Landmarks Program
See also, Farmers & Merchants Union Bank, also at this location.
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