Around its magnificent entrance we see Mercury, the god of bankers, as well as images of bees, squirrels and beavers, symbolizing industry, hard work and thrift.
The exposed wall resulting from the demolition of an adjoining building was refaced by Page & Steele architects, including the doorway arch, architraves, and rosettes to blend in with the building's architectural style.
The west-entrance wall that was exposed after the demolition of an adjoining building was refaced with Indiana limestone.
The west entrance emerged in the 1970s when an adjoining building was demolished.
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