This is a photo of the National Bank of Davis erected in 1892. This photo was taken before 1915 because the west wing was added that year. The building is made of native stone and 50,000 feet of maple flooring was secured from Canaan Valley from the farm of W. O. Johnson to be used within the building. The bank was on the first floor along with the Johnson Drug Store and the Post Office. The second floor over time housed the Meyers Insurance Company, attorneys, dental offices, Duncan Telephone Company, Davis Public Library. When I lived in the building, there were three apartments on the second floor. The residents were Mrs. Karl Deal (Mr. Deal was an insurance salesman), Mrs. Elsie Bible, and the Pells. The third floor over time housed the Masonic Lodge, Eastern Star, American Legion, Knights of Pythias Lodge, and the Davis Women’s Club. I lived in the back apartment on the third floor, Eleanor Jenkins lived in the front apartment and the other part of the building was used by the Masons and Eastern Star. Ideas, comments, suggestions, or items to share contact Tim Turner (304) 478-3389.