110 Louisiana Avenue

The Old Exchange Bank

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The Old Exchange Bank:


This small building, built in 1871, or an earlier version of it, is claimed to be Wood County’s oldest bank site. The present building originally had two prominent semi-circular brick corbelled arches in the center façade, with attractive masonry ornamentation. There was a simple double door entrance flush with the façade, with a large window just to the right. 

Dr. Erasmus D. Peck was the principal organizer of this bank that was liquidated after eight years.


110 Louisiana Avenue


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