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First National Bank (Odebolt State Bank)
Within the small downtown is the First National Bank, which was designed by Graham, Burnham and Company of Chicago. Its design is that of a Doric temple; there is a row of six columns on the gable end and there are engaged pilasters along each flank. There is a severe, puritanical quality about the design, which seems to look back to early Greek Revival bank buildings of the 1820s and 1830s.
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