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A composite photo showing the exterior and interior of the L.A. National Bank on the northeast corner of First and Spring Streets. Completed in 1887, it was designed by Kysor & Morgan in the "Modern Gothic" style, includes a basement and cost $65,000 to build. The building materials were granite, iron and pressed brick. The bank was organized in 1883 and later merged, along with Southwestern National Bank, with First National in 1905. The Equitable Savings Bank then occupied the premises and replaced the building with a seven-story structure. Officers of the bank are listed at the bottom.
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00047820 SecurityÂ Pacific National Bank Collection L.A.-Banks and banking-L.A. National Bank.; N-002-190 8x10 CARL0000051497 http://220.127.116.11/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/102293
Los Angeles National Bank Bank tellers--California--Los Angeles Architecture--California--Los Angeles Banks and banking--California--Los Angeles Bank buildings--California--Los Angeles Kysor, Ezra F Morgan, Octavius Spring Street (Los Angeles, Calif.) First Street (Los Angeles, Calif.)