August 6, 1987
The Bank of Osceola was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The bank is a two-story brick structure located in Osceola (Mississippi County) at 207209 East Hale Avenue at its intersection with Pecan Street. Built in 1909 at the height of Osceolas building boom, the property remains a unique focal point along the Hale Avenue Historic District. Originally constructed to house the bank and a grocery store on the first floor, the building has hosted numerous businesses throughout its history, including law offices, a cotton brokerage, and a doctors office.