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Timeline for Bank of Pennsylvania

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Architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe
Building Details At Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, built 1780 to 1800, a bank, commercial office, of bearing masonry, in a temperate, urban area.
Timeline

|1740     |1750     |1760     |1770     |1780     |1790     |1800     |1810     |1820     
    | 1744 St. Florian Library t
          | 1750 Fairbanks House t
          | 1750 Town of Salvador t
              | 1754 Casino at Marino t
              | 1754 Circus at Bath t
              | 1754 Wies Pilgrimage Church t
                | 1756 Pantheon in Paris t
                   | 1759 York House t
                    | 1760 Danville Meeting House t
                      | 1762 Faneuil Hall t
                      | 1762 Le Petit Trianon t
                           | 1767 The Royal Crescent t
                            | 1768 Green Park Ranger's House t
                            | 1768 Monticello t
                             | 1769 Hotel de Montmorency t
                              | 1770 Hotel Guimard, 1770 t
                                | 1772 San Francisco de Asis t
                                   | 1775 House near Besancon t
                                   | 1775 New Park t
                                   | 1775 Theater at Besancon t
                                    | 1776 Somerset House t
                                     | 1777 Iron Bridge at Coalbrookdale t
                                        | 1780 Bank of Pennsylvania 
                                            | 1784 Tendering Hall t
                                             | 1785 Burn Hall t
                                                     | 1793 The White House t
                                                     | 1793 United States Capitol t
                                                       | 1795 Massachusetts State House t
                                                       | 1795 Pont Cysyllte Aqueduct t
                                                        | 1796 James Swan House t
                                                        | 1796 Sepulchral Church t
                                                            | 1800 Brownstone House t
                                                            | 1800 I House t
                                                            | 1800 Charleston Single House t
                                                            | 1800 Dogtrot House t
                                                            | 1800 Fort Shannon t
                                                            | 1800 Saltbox House t
                                                            | 1800 Shotgun House t
                                                             | 1801 Castlegar House t
                                                                  | 1806 Baltimore Cathedral t
                                                                  | 1806 Poplar Forest t
                                                                     | 1809 Nathaniel Russell House t
                                                                       | 1811 Dulwich Gallery t
                                                                        | 1812 Soane Museum t
                                                                              | 1818 Second Bank of the U.S. t
|1740     |1750     |1760     |1770     |1780     |1790     |1800     |1810     |1820     
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