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People's Bank Branch Office (White Rose Motor Club)
Hard-edged European modern made only the tiniest of inroads in post–World War II York, and perhaps not unexpectedly it appeared in this office building for the local automobile club. Yellow sandstone was a popular material for modern buildings in the Harrisburg region, but the lack of all ornament save for the bow of the central bay and the steel strip windows differentiate it from the usual Art Deco users of the material. The sign out front is the familiar AAA oval but the building now serves as a bank.
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