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Bank of Titusville and Trust Company

This white Neo-Classical Revival building at the corner of Main St. and South Washington Ave. is one of the most striking architectural elements in the commercial district. Its style contrasts sharply with the dominant Spanish Revival style of the rest of the district. It features classical details such as pilasters with Ionic capitals, simple entablature, and other neo-classical and Beaux Arts decorative elements. It was built in 1925.

Audio

Edward Poe on the Florida Land Boom and its aftermath Excerpts from an oral history interview for the Brevard County Historical Commission conducted by Nancy Yasecko, March 30, 1995 Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgitYKyYoQo

Images

The Titusville Bank and Trust Company building today. Source: Photo: Coherit Associates
An early view of the bank building Source: Roz Foster
The interior of the bank building in the 1960s. Source: North Brevard Historical Society and Museum

Location

300 South Washington Ave. Titusville FL | Privately owned

Metadata

“Bank of Titusville and Trust Company,” Explore Historic Titusville FL, accessed December 3, 2022, http://history.titusville.com/items/show/31.