The Condon National Bank occupied this building until 1953, when a real estate office moved in. In the 1970s, the city purchased the building. In 1992 the building was restored to appear as it did at the time of the attempted robbery. The bullet holes from the gunfight were lost in the restoration.
Questions for Photo 5
1. Compare Photo 5 with Photo 1. Can you identify any changes that have taken place? Which view makes the building appear more substantial?
2. Why do you think the building was restored in the year 1992?
3. Do you think sites related to conflict and violence should be preserved? Why or why not? Discuss your answer with your classmates.
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