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People’s Savings Bank Building

People’s Savings Bank Building

The Bank Tower, as it is now called, has a brand-new painted sign on the back side. The building, finished in 1902, was designed by the prolific firm of Alden & Harlow, Andrew Carnegie’s favorite architects.

[A correction: An earlier version of this article identified Alden & Harlow as a Boston firm, but they had moved to Pittsburgh by this time, leaving their former partner Longfellow behind.]

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0 responses to “People’s Savings Bank Building”

  1. The tower behind it is most appealing. I remember, when I first came to the city, spending at least a good twenty minutes checking it out while awaiting my bus. What can you tell us about it, please?

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