COMFORT STATE BANK BUILDING
7th & High Streets, Comfort
Library File #300.016
comfortbank
Constructed in 1907 for Alex Brinkmann, this building housed the Comfort State Bank until 1960. Local stonemason Richard Doebbler is credited with the hand-cut stone craftsmanship of the structure. The Comfort Public Library was located here from 1961 to 1982. Features of the modified Richardsonian Romanesque building include polished red granite columns, round-headed windows, a corner entrance, and a blind arcade in the tower.- by Texas Historical Commission Staff, 1988.

This building is now home to the Comfort Heritage Foundation

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