Home Building Association Bank Building
6 West Main Street (at North Third Street)
Newark, Ohio 43055-5504

Louis H. Sullivan, 1914

The only Sullivan bank clad entirely in terra cotta tile. For a long time, home to “Tiffany’s”, an ice cream parlor, now defunct.

A nice correspondence between clay and iron.

Note the large hinges at the top of the sash. These large windows were evidently openable—but see postcard below for a conflicting view.

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, 1973.

2008 photos by John Panning
Historic postcard view courtesy of Randolph C. Henning






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