Oh- ho-ho! Show! Me! The! Money! A-ha-ha!
Rod Tidwell (Cuba Gooding Jr.)
Alan's theme is all about money, or anything else you can find in our theme picture.
So let's begin with a major money transaction like, purchasing an automobile.
Can't you guess what this salesman is thinking, "Just give me the money lady."
Used car lot in Clarksdale, Mississippi Delta
How about a few banking institutions?
Let's begin with this old and modest quaint little bank
Little Kanawha Valley Bank Building in Glenville, West Virginia.
Built in 1901
with Classic Revival style details.
and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
Just like home sweet bank!
Savings Bank, Falls Village Connecticut
Built in 1959 for City National Bank, the Bank of America Building
became a favorite stop for modern architecture tours in Palm Springs, California.
Another interesting bank built in 1907 is
Citizens National Bank and Trust Building Okmulgee, Oklahoma and was part of the Indian Territory.
Federal Reserve Bank in Cleveland Ohio.
Built in 1923 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Wells Fargo branch at Market and Grant Streets, originally built as the Union Trust Bank in 1910 in San Francisco, California.
Shall we take a peek at where money is kept?
Open Bank Vault.
Thanks for stopping by and if you haven't had your fill yet, check out the other Sepia Saturday posts as well.