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Corn Exchange National Bank Building


Corn Exchange National Bank Building

Architect Louis Magaziner designed this building. This was noted in the obituary of his son, Henry J. Magaziner, in the Phila. Inquirer on 12/29/11 at B6. It is now a Citizens Bank branch. When it was the Corn Exchange, Willie Sutton the famous bankrobber robbed it, in 1933.


Location: Citizens Bank , 99 South Second Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106, United States
Listing Category: Architecture, Buildings, Crimes & Criminals (real and alleged), History
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Created Date: 06-24-2018

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