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  • A Bank Sign Resurfaces

    Posted on May 22nd, 2010 Toby Weiss 3 comments
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    5701 Chippewa
    South St. Louis, MO

    The original bank sign buried under the Gospel Church sign has broke free and come up for air! Click the photo to enlarge it and check out the hand-lettered cursive.

    Here’s the building the resurfaced sign belongs to.

    And the building is now for sale. Did an interested buyer want to see what’s under there, or did Mother Nature’s recent fireworks send the panel airborne?

    Either way, it’s nice to see the old Public Service Savings & Loan Association sign. Welcome back!

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    3 Responses to “A Bank Sign Resurfaces”

    1. I’d like to see what is under the building facade as well.

    2. This church has those movable awning things on the front windows that are so unusual. I’ve never seen them used very much but have always been very curious about them. I looked at the house next door when it was up for sale an the church building actually goes into the back yard of the home, greatly reducing the square footage back there. Very odd.

    3. I have 3 stock certificates from Public Service Savings and Loan Association. They are from my great grandfather with dates of 1917,1920, and 1928. I would like to know if you could tell me who the bank went to? I am trying to find out if these stocks are worth any money. Thanks

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