This rare surviving nineteenth-century bank building combines Greek Revival detailing more typical of the early nineteenth century with red brick and sandstone trim, characteristic materials of High Victorian Gothic buildings at that time. Probably because anticipated development failed to materialize, the bank relocated to Milton. The city acquired the building to serve as a branch library and police station. The library occupied the building until the 1970s, when it was sold and converted to commercial uses.
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Blue Hills Bank Building
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