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Former Liberty Bank Building
07-JUL-2006 Karl R. Josker

Former Liberty Bank Building

Canon EOS 20D ,Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
1/400s f/8.0 at 105.0mm iso400 hide exif
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Date/Time07-Jul-2006 12:52:17
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 20D
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length105 mm
Exposure Time1/400 sec
Aperturef/8
ISO Equivalent400
Exposure Bias-1
White Balance (-1)
Metering Modematrix (5)
JPEG Quality (6)
Exposure Programaperture priority (3)
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Guest 21-Oct-2013 16:39
My grandfather, Wm Young, operated the news-stand in the Liberty Bank's lobby for many years, until his death in 1953.
Guest 07-May-2007 05:25
When I was a kid, I remember being able to see the statues from our kitchen window. During Christmas season, they would illuminate the statues with red and green lights.
Guest 22-Nov-2006 15:50
The German American Bank was just a few stories tall before WWI. In response to the hysteria around the war, the bank changed its name and built the addition you see below and topped it with two statues of liberty. And, yes, there was a restaurant up top; I was in it in 1996 filming a documentary.
Guest 31-Jul-2006 02:32
My father worked for the old Liberty National Bank for many years. He had told me that originally, the Liberty chiefs wanted to remove the statues from the building when they were merged into then Norstar Bank. However, due to financially constraints they decided not to. He also told me there used to a resturant on the top floor of the new addition with a patio and everything. Could you imagine that today?