Advertisement for the Sutphin Boulevard branch of the Jamaica Savings Bank
Collection: Vertical Files at The Archives at Queens Library
Description: This advertisement was featured in the publication "Queens Borough," published by the Queens Borough Chamber of Commerce. This art-deco building was designed by architect Morrell Smith and built by Theodore L. Rubsamen and Co. Inc., in 1938-1939. This building served as the second official branch of the Jamaica Savings Bank in order to fulfill the needs of an ever-evolving and expanding city. This building was dedicated as a New York City landmark in 2010 and as of 2015, serves as a Capital One bank branch.
Banks and banking; Jamaica Savings Bank (New York, N.Y.); Art deco (Architecture)
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