AKA: American Bank Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - banks (buildings)

Designers: Gould, A. Warren, Architect (firm); Augustus Warren Gould (architect)

Dates: constructed 1906

12 stories

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2nd Avenue and Madison Street
Downtown, Seattle, WA 98101

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The American Savings Bank and Trust company occupied property on the southeast corner of 2nd Avenue and Madison Street.

Building History

In 1921, the American Savings Bank and Trust Company advertised that it had capital of $600,000, and a surplus of $100,000. Its list of Officers included: J.A. Murray, chairman of the board; J.F. Gleason, president; George B. Baker, vice-president; John K. Bush, cashier; R.B. Lutin, Secretary; A.T. Drew, assistant cashier; P.L. Kerns, assistant cashier. Directors included: Murray, Gleason, Baker, John A. Campbell, E.L. Webster, H.P. Preston, J.H. O'Neill, and H.A. Abel.

Building Notes

The building was a high-rise for the time, having approximately 12 stories.

Demolished;

PCAD id: 5100