Hamiltonian Federal Savings and Loan Association Building
3150 S. Grand Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri
+38.60110, -90.2425038°36'04" N, 90°14'33" W
The Hamiltonian Federal Savings and Loan Association Building in St. Louis, Missouri is locally significant under Criterion C for ARCHITECTURE. The building is an outstanding local example of the application of International style design ideas applied to a small neighborhood savings and loan association building. Completed in 1962 and designed by the local partnership of Winkler & Thompson, the building differs from other financial institution buildings of the time for its embrace of the classically-influenced school of modernist design advanced nationally by Mies Van De Rohe among others. Many local financial institutions turned to the styles of the Modern Movement between 1940 and 1980, but most embraced either eclectic modernist approaches or traditional styles. In the city of St. Louis, where construction was fairly modest in the early 1960s, there is no stylistic peer to the Hamiltonian Federal Savings and Loan Association Building. The period of significance covers 1961, the year in which the building was designed and built.
Posted to the NRHP 1-22-2014
- June 1, 2017: New Street View added by Bill Eichelberger
- August 16, 2014: Added by Dave King