Historic Architecture Downtown Richmond:
A Walking Tour

Harris Bank
    Harrington Bank
    Second National Bank Building
722 East Main Street

Renaissance Palazzo Model (1911)

This impressive building was designed by Dayton Architect Albert Pretizinger to closely resemble the Northern Trust Company in Chicago. The original building, as shown here, was covered in an Aluminum curtain wall in modernizing the façade in 1964.

Enter the lobby to view the interior with its highly detailed molding and ceiling decoration that are unaltered.

Renaissance Palazzo Model Building at 722 East Main Street, Richmond, Indiana

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  1. Wayne County Courthouse
  2. Richmond Municipal Building
  3. Elder-Beerman
  4. Chase Bank
  5. Summersault, LLC
  6. Harris Bank, Loan Department
  7. Harris Bank
  8. Odd Fellows, I.O.O.F. Building
  9. Lyons Insurance Offices
  1. U S Bank
  2. ACE Hardware
  3. Knollenberg's Art Gallery
  4. Abilities
  5. The Tin Lizzie Cafe
  6. John's Custom Framing
  7. Omni Home Care
  8. Richmond Art Works
  9. Sanders Jewelers, Inc.
  1. Leland Legacy
  2. Readmore Books
  3. Hoppe Jewelers
  4. Cradle and All
  5. Richmond Civic Theatre (RCT)
  6. Kessler's Sport Shop
  7. Interior Translations
  8. IN Football Hall of Fame
  9. Lingle Real Estate, Inc.
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Acknowledgments & Notices

Note: This is the web-based incarnation of a brochure originally published in 2010. While the history is still very valuable, other information may no longer be accurate. Information updated by WayNet will be listed in this orange color.

Original brochure produced by Center City Development Corporation.

Brochure Committee:

  • Lynn L. Johnstone
  • Greg Bottorff
  • Julie Dishman
Special thanks to:
  • Morrisson-Reeves Library Staff:
    • Sue King, Archivist
    • Doris Ashbrook, Reference Services
  • Wayne County Historical Museum:
    • Jim Harlan Director

This project was made possible by a grant from the Richmond Urban Enterprise Association.

**COPYRIGHT NOTICE** for Walking Tour Information: Published in March 2010 In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, any copyrighted work in this article is distributed under fair use without profit or payment to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for non-profit research and educational or criticism purposes only.

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Did You Know?

The highest point in Indiana is located in Wayne County, northwest of Bethel. At 1,257 feet, it is known as “Hoosier Hill”, but that title is a bit ironic.