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Name:  Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Address:  411 Locust St.
Year:  1923
Architectural Firm/Architect:  Mauren, Russell and Crowell
The Singer Building and the Valley National Bank once occupied the site.

The building is a fairly typical example of 1920s government buildings. It is faced with cut limestone with thin carving. Ther are rosettes on the string course and an egg and dart motif on the cornice. Other carvings include and eagle on the corner, and the seals of the states that are within the bank's territory.

Crowell, William DeForest
Mauran, Russell and Garden,

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis



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