Endangered

Bank of Pollock

The Bank of Pollock was designed by New Orleans/Monroe based architect, William Drago, featuring a prolific center arch entrance.  The bank closed in 1925 due to embezzlement by a bank teller and never reopened.  The building found reuse as a theater, jail, school, offices, and currently holds an art gallery and antique shop.  The building suffers from water damage and cracked masonry.

City: Pollock
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Year Listed: 2019
Year Built: 1909