|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Description||Mounted photograph of the second home of American Trust & Banking Company at 734 Market Street, known as the Van Deman Building. This property was a four-story brownstone which was remodeled at a cost of $35,000, and provided twice the space of the previous location, which moved to the location in March 1915. This photo is circa 1925. The 8th Street entrance is visible. The building was razed in order to build the new American Trust and Banking Company building. There is a typed description on the back of the mount.|
|Print size||19.00" x 15.00"|
Published in "Chattanooga Yesterday and Today," vol. 1, p. 47.
This image appears in a January 1929 newspaper section, 2013.027.045.