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Tarrant County State Bank Building

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332 S. main St., Grapevine, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 56' 17.357856", -97° 4' 40.579464"
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     Constructed in 1897, this building served as retail space until it was purchased and remodeled by the Tarrant County State Bank in 1921. It became the offices of the Grapevine Sun newspaper in 1947. Displaying Classical Revival style elements, the brick structure features a central inset entry, stepped parapet of brick with stone coping and detail, and four Classical pilasters supporting a dentilled cornice of stone.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

StoppingPoints.com Editorial on Tarrant County State Bank Building:
This building has been housing The Grapevine Sun Newspaper for a number of years.

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