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National Valley Bank

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National Valley Bank, also known as United Virginia Bank, is a historic bank building located in Staunton, Virginia. It was built in 1903 and is a one-story, three bay, Beaux Arts-style building constructed of granite, brick and carved limestone. Its design was based on the Roman Arch of Titus. It features semi-engaged, fluted columns of the Corinthian order flanking the central entrance. The interior features a coffered plaster ceiling. General John Echols (1823-1896) founded the bank in 1865 and served as its first president. His son Edward Echols, who built Oakdene, served as the National Valley Bank's third president from 1905-1915.
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