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In Years Past

July 24, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, plans having been prepared, considered and adopted - the Farmers & Mechanics Bank of Jamestown had contracted with the Warren Construction Company for the erection of a practically new building on the site of the bank's location, at 215 Main St. The work on the structure was commenced on this morning and would be pushed to completion as speedily as consistent with the requirements of good workmanship. Arrangements had been made for the temporary removal of the bank, to the two corner rooms of the Barrett building at the northwest corner of Cherry and West Second streets.

 
 
 

 

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