Globe Historic District 3
First we see the Gila Valley Bank & Trust Company Building, built in 1909in the Beaux-Arts Neoclassical Style. This was the pioneer branch of the Valley National Bank. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Next are the Wellington Saloon and Arizona Silver Belt Buildings. The Wellington Saloon Building was built in 1915 in the Vernacular Commercial Style. It served as a saloon/barber shop (hopefully the barbers did not drink a few shots before using those straight razors). The Silver Belt Building was constructed in 1876 and is Globe’s oldest commercial building. Third is the Old Dominion Building built in 1904. It was constructed of locally quarried Dacite stones and housed a firm owned by Governor George W. P. Hunt. Next is the Oddfellows Building which was built in 1898 in the Victorian Style. Last is the Arizona Eastern Railroad Depot, which was built in 1916 by the firm of Trost & Trost.