Tour Stop 10 - Home National Bank Building, 200 East Main Street
This structure is the historic Home National Bank building, erected in 1912. It has a distinctive brick fašade with a Flemish bond and glazed headers. The Home National Bank had been in a building damaged by fire in 1912. Because of fire damage, the bank began construction on this structure, which was home to the bank until the Great Depression. Between 1940 and 1960, the Lexington Depository was located here. The town's post office was also located here until the 1960s when it was moved farther north. This building is significant not only because of its architecture but it is one of the few buildings located near the town center to have survived the great 1916 fire.