"Our dealers get funded much quicker, in about a day or so, and we also are able to manage space issues better, since we don't have as much paper to store," she says.
Banks have been pillars of their communities and pillars of local architecture throughout American history. Several institutions today operate out of digs that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Here's a look at some of the most notable and elegant examples, starting with Bank of the West, which occupies the First National Bank building in Portland, Ore. (Image: Wikipedia)
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