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Dime Bank: 1912

Dime Bank: 1912

Detroit, Michigan, circa 1912. "Dime Savings Bank." The slot must be in the top. 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

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It's nice to see it's still present, though a bit crowded in and less prominent now. In 2002 it was renamed the Dime Bank, after years of being ingloriously named something else less fitting and historical.

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Especially for a dime. It would be cool to bungee jump in between those two towers though.

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