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Fleet Bank (Industrial Trust)
The Warren branch of the Fleet Bank has one of Edmund Willson's scintillant Neo-Colonial frontispieces. Its balconied interior (now disfigured by alterations) must always have been somewhat congested with spindles and fretwork, but is lively and inventive, as is typical of Willson's vision of colonial design.
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