7. Farmers and Drovers Bank
Built in 1892 at a cost of $20,000, this two story red brick building with stone trim is a well preserved example of eclectic architecture with brick and stone masonry,  Romanesque arches, a Byzantine dome and minarets.  The bank reflects the growing sophistication and prosperity of the area before the turn of the century.  A 1982 renovation allows the bank to compete in today's electronic environment and continue to operate in its historic location.

NR - Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

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Conn Stone Store