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1904 Navajo County Bank Building

101 W. 2nd St., Winslow, AZ

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This is the 1904 Navajo County Bank Building. When the bank originally opened a few doors down the street in 1990. It was the first bank in Winslow, it was the only bank in town until 1910 when the Bank of Winslow was formed. Notice the "Navajo Rug" pattern appearing in the parapet.

It is located at 101 W. 2nd St. right across the street from the Standing on the Corner Park. The bank building was added to the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Winslow Commercial Historic District in 1989. The building was apparently empty when we snapped this photo in 2013.

The 1931 phonebook doesn't list a bank at this address, but it does list a Citizens Bank of Winslow around the corner at 123 Kinsley. The only other bank it lists is the First National Bank of Winslow at 212 Kinsley, now the Old Trails Museum.

Photo(s): 2013



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