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Main Plaza Building (Old Frost National Bank Building)
While no longer serving as a bank, Haynes's design reflects the original occupant in the large bas-relief roundels representing U.S. coinage that are located between the round-arched windows on the second story. Fortunately when the building was converted, the banking hall was preserved and used as a cafeteria, providing an elegant space for what would otherwise be a mundane necessity.
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