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Photo of Main Street, looking north from Broadway. City National Bank is pictured on the northwest corner.

Today...the same site (below) appears like this. The composite of two photographs reveals a big change in the last half-century. Some buildings remain that appear in the earlier picture, but they have undergone extensive remodeling. note how…

Today...the same block has a complete change in buildings. The City National Bank Building, and Beno's Store at left, demonstrate the modern trend in business buildings. The Dixie Shops and Buck's Booterie occupy the other two buildings.

An artist conception shows the remodeling planned for First National Bank's westside office. The bank sign, now on the northeast corner of the structure, will be moved to the northwest side. Off to the right will be an additional drive-in lane as…

Bank President Tony Payne inside First National Bank, Council Bluffs, Iowa
January 1990

Cindi Keathley, with a customer in the Investment Center at First National Bank in Council Bluffs
November 1988

James Sinatra, David Dahlquist and Dale Ball look at the new sculpture in First National Bank's new sculpture garden. The sculpture, which is done around the theme of human interaction with nature, was done by Sinatra in collaboration with John…

Hal Booth (left), President of First National Bank of Council Bluffs, is shown above accepting the 1974 Golden Coin Award in New Orleans, Louisiana, for the bank's public affairs project, "Rent-A-Garden." Presenter is Bank Marketing Association…

Loading Over $61,000 In Bills . . . are deputy U.S. Marshals Jesse Lathrum and Mark Hayes of Des Moines, who transported the money to the First National Bank. The money was stolen in the June 30, 1971 holdup of the bank's westside office.

Bill McGonagle . . . director of the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, and Dale Ball, chairman of the board at First National Bank, present the three Grant Wood paintings that were dedicated and hung Tuesday morning in a special ceremony. The paintings…

Bank Trust Officer Robert Tate . . . demonstrates one of 25 engraving tools the bank will loan residents so they can mark valuables. "Operation Identification" is designed to discourage burglars. Police Chief Nick Sulentic looks on and added his…

Money-Studded Ribbon . . . is cut by Miss Council Bluffs to open the drive-up TV banking service at City National Bank. Assisting with the ribbon cutting are Robert Turner, chairman of the board, and Roland Tornblom, president.

City National Bank, Council Bluffs, Iowa
January 1958

First National Bank, Council Bluffs, Iowa
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First National Bank on Broadway, looking west from Main to Pearl Street
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First National Bank, Council Bluffs, Iowa
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