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Fulton Bank (Harrisburger Hotel)
Nowhere was Harrisburg's metropolitan status better exemplified than in this soaring Art Deco tower that looked to New York City sources, most particularly John Mead Howells's Panhellenic Hotel of 1927–1930. A stepped French limestone base rises into the brick shaft that is crowned with a setback top in the manner of the New York setback law but without the subtlety. The hotel closed in 1968 and was adapted as an office tower with a bank as the prime tenant; at that time the lower levels were reclad in white marble, but the soaring tower survives.
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