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First Security Bank building, Salt Lake City
This is the first midcentury SLC building (to my knowledge) on the National Historic Register. It is "international style"). See more info from the Utah Heritage Foundation. The building originally had a big neon ad for First Security Bank near the top; now it has a big "Ken Garff" sign (a car dealership). From this side you just see a big "G" at the top, from the north and south you see the words Ken Garff spelled out. For some reason I hate that Ken Garff sign being atop this cool building. I have some other shots of this building from other angles that I'll post sooner or later.