When I looked down the street from our parking spot in Hyde Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, I quickly noticed the unmistakable tall columns of a bank building.
You’ve probably seen them as well in older communities.
Banks built in the United States in the 1800’s and early 1900’s often included tall columns in the front facade, influenced by Greek and Roman architecture.
I noticed the building still had the words “Hyde Park Savings Bank” engraved at the top.
But it was no longer a bank. Continue reading Photo of the Week: Teller’s of Hyde Park in Cincinnati