Vancouver National Bank Building


In January of 1910, Citizens National Bank consolidated with the Vancouver National Bank, and purchased 518 Main St. First Federal Savings and Loan was likely the last financial institution to occupy the building, and did so until 1953. Originally of molded stone construction, in 1926, the façade was covered with the current terra cotta design. The terra cotta was made in Vancouver by the Columbia Terra Cotta Company.  

  • Listed on the Clark County Heritage Register in 1985.

Open to Public:

Yes. Firehouse No. 12, and a glass art gallery and studio are located here.

Vancouver National Bank Building
Did you know?
The original molded stone construction was covered with terra cotta in 1926.
Circa ~ 1906
Open to the public

Vancouver National Bank Building
518 Main St.
Vancouver, WA 98660
United States