An auto-oriented bank building is here clad as a windmill, or perhaps one should say that a windmill has been placed upon the top of a bank building. The detailing of the building itself—including large-scale roof brackets, diamond-paned windows, and wood paneling—carries on the general theme of historic nineteenth-century architecture.
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Marion County State Bank
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