Sept. 17, 1969: Construction underway on the Fort Wayne National Bank Building (now known as PNC Center) downtown. The Lincoln Bank Tower on the right was previously the tallest building in Fort Wayne and had been the tallest in Indiana until a few years earlier. (The Journal Gazette file photo)
Thursday, December 13, 2018 11:00 am
Throwback Thursday: Construction of Fort Wayne National Bank Building, 1969
The Fort Wayne National Bank Building (now known as PNC Center) was Fort Wayne's tallest from 1970 to 1982 when the building now known as the Indiana Michigan Power Center opened.
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