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1903 – Hanover National Bank, New York

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Architect: Rowe & Baker

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The Hanover Bank Building in the Financial District, began construction in 1901 and demolished in 1931. The Hanover Bank was named for Britain’s King George I of Hanover when it was founded in 1851.

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