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Merchants Bank Building

For the Merchants Bank Building in Florida, also NRHP listed, see Halifax Historical Museum.
Merchants Bank Building
Merchants Bank Building
Location Providence, Rhode Island
Coordinates

41°49′29″N 71°24′36″W / 41.82472°N 71.41000°W / 41.82472; -71.41000Coordinates: 41°49′29″N 71°24′36″W / 41.82472°N 71.41000°W / 41.82472; -71.41000

Built 1855
Architect Alpheus C. Morse; Clifton A. Hall
Architectural style Early Commercial, Italianate
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference #

77000002

[1]
Added to NRHP November 21, 1977

The Merchants Bank Building is a historic building at 32 Westminster Street in Providence, Rhode Island.

The bank was built in 1855 by Alpheus C. Morse and Clifton A. Hall in an Italianate style and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. Today, the building is surrounded by much larger modern skyscrapers in the financial district of Providence.

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