Bank of America, New Haven, CT

This bank is located across from the Yale Bookstore on Broadway. It was built in 1951 by the prolific New Haven-based architect Douglas Orr for the First National Bank and Trust Company of New Haven, and seems relatively intact, although a little down on its luck. The paneled facade, possibly limestone, is dirty and the drive-through looks unused and is partially boarded up. The rear facade faces a small parking lot and is rounded with brick cladding.

Sources: newhavenmodern.org

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