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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
411 Locust Street
Built: 1925
Architect: Mauran, Russell & Crowe

A fortress-like building in grey limestone. Within, money is sorted, manufactured and destroyed, and postal orders from across the nation are processed.

Locator Map

The Federal Reserve Bank in 2006 - after the closing of Locust Street, but before the back addition.

March 2001: before the security alterations of the 2000s.