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1910 – Weyburn Security Bank, Weyburn, Saskatchewan

Architect: Long, Lamoureux & Long

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Head office of The Weyburn Security Bank, which was the only Saskatchewan chartered bank to operate. The bank functioned from 1910 until 1931, and had 32 branch offices at one time. A two-storey building with a glazed terracotta façade designed by Minneapolis-based architectural firm of Long, Lamoureux and Long in a Classical Revival meets Chicago School that was more representative of banks in the Western US.

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