Links to the Past: Michiana History - Record Detail
Historic South Bend Clock
|Image Source||Private Collection - American Trust Company|
|Image Notes||The historic clock at the corner of Michigan and Washington streets in South Bend, Indiana, considered one of the most elegant clocks in the area, was installed in 1913 by the American Trust Company. In 1982 it was removed for repairs and reinstalled in the atrium of the First Source Center in 1987. This clock is the largest surviving four-sided post clock in the nation. Information from the library's Clipping File.|
|Time Period||20th Century|
|Image Date||Early 1960's|
American Trust Company
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