Planters Bank Building (NRIS 87001354)

Address: 200 E. Hale St., Osceola, AR. County/parish: Mississippi.

1 contributing building.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places August 06, 1987.

Part of Osceola MRA (NRIS 64000029).

From Wikipedia:

Planters Bank Building (Osceola, Arkansas)
The Planters Bank Building is a historic commercial building at 200 East Hale Street in downtown Osceola, Arkansas. It is a Classical Revival brick and mortar structure, designed by Missouri architect Uzell Branson and built c. 1920. It is one of the most architecturally sophisticated buildings in the city, which is otherwise dominated by vernacular early 20th-century commercial architecture. It has house banks for most of its existence, although it briefly served as city hall in 1943-44. (read more...)


  • Branson, Uzell

Architectural styles:

  • Classical Revival