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First-Second National Bank

First-Second National Bank

The First-Second National Building was constructed in 1911 on the southeast corner of South Main Street and East Bowery Street. In 1919, four additional floors were added to the building. Although it was designed for the Second National Bank, during construction the bank merged with the First National Bank to form the First-Second National Bank.

Second National Bank Building, Akron, Ohio

Second National Bank

Built in 1911, The Second National Bank Building is located on the southeast corner of South Main St and East Bowery St. It was constructed by Carmichael Construction and designed by George B. Post & Sons. Four additional floors (shown here) were added to the building in 1919.   Pre 1919 view without the additional four floors:…

First-Second National Bank Building, Akron, Ohio

First-Second National Bank

This pre 1919 postcard view shows the building as originally constructed. In 1919 the building had an additional four floors added. It has also gone through a number of name changes over the years. Today it is known as the Key Building but was formerly known as the Society Building, The Centran Building, and the First National Bank Building.   Post…

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