First national bank   now
First National Bank
by Albert E. Calcorn
The bank was organized in 1884 and is the oldest banking house in the country. The bank was open for business in 1910. It is a Beaux Arts design in the style of a Roman temple. The Beaux Arts school of architecture originated in Paris beginning in the late 1800s. Albert E. Calcorn was from Chicago. The last notable example of the Beaux Arts school is the Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC.
Location 962 First Street, Menominee Michigan, MI
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