Home Building Association Company  by: Louis Sullivan

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  • The Home Building Association Bank (or Home Building Association Company) is a historic building located at 6 West Main Street in Newark, Ohio, and was designed by noted Chicago architect Louis Sullivan. It was one of three banks designed by Sullivan in 1914, the other two being in Grinnell, Iowa and in West Lafayette, Indiana. For this project the architect was given a narrow lot but made the building larger by making it two stories high, something that he did not typically do in his banks.
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