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Title
The Bank of America will start doing business tomorrow in its new 21st and N Streets branch at 1331 21st Street
Date Created and/or Issued
12/20/1964
Contributing Institution
Center for Sacramento History
Collection
Center for Sacramento History Photo Collection
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Description
The Bank of America will start doing business tomorrow in its new 21st and N Streets branch at 1331 21st Street. Employees accomplished the move from the old quarters, left background, this weekend. The old structure will be torn down to make room for a bank customer's parking lot. The new building, which cost $250,000 to build, was designed by architect Fredrick A. Lesan, of San Francisco, and was built by the Holderner Construction Company of Sacramento. The manager of the branch is E. M. Deinstadt.
Type
Image
Identifier
408DEC40-A32F-43CD-821D-234628923335
1983/001/SBPM00600
Subject
Bank of America
Holderner Construction Company
Gilmore Construction Company

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