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Fred Lynch

First Federal in Surety building

Posted Monday, November 18, 2013, at 12:00 AM

This picture of First Federal Savings & Loan Association, 318 Broadway, was taken in the early 1960s before the business moved across the street to a new building on the site of the Bremermann house, between the federal building and the Southeast Missourian.

The Surety building was formerly Cherry Florist.

The Hirsch Tower would be built to the east of the Surety building.

Previous blogs:

House razed for First Federal

Cherry Florist

Broadway pre-Hirsch Tower


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  • The Spanish Colonial Revival style of Cherry Florist was beautiful and now not at all the same. So what building was in between the Surety Building and the New Orleans restaurant that was razed for the Hirsch Tower?

    -- Posted by DKKCCG on Mon, Nov 18, 2013, at 5:37 PM
    Fred Lynch
    See the link above: Broadway pre-Hirsch Tower.