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Bank of America (Sovran Bank) and Lawrenceville Municipal Building
These adjacent one-story buildings by the same architectural firm are both handsome modern brick buildings with complex geometric components set behind modest plazas raised on brick walls. The strong rectilinear lines of their compositions are broken only by the curve of the end wall of the bank's drive-in section and the municipal building's welcoming curved wall next to the stairway leading up from the sidewalk.
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