International Bank

New Mexico

Now a bank, this downtown landmark was originally built in 1929 as the Swastika Hotel. Note the reversed swastika signs (a Hindu symbol of good luck) on top. During WWII they were covered with tarp and the hotel changed its name in 1943.

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