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    The Tappan-Viles Mansion that serves as the executive offices of Kennebec Savings Bank in Augusta on Tuesday, 200 years after the first occupant moved into the home.

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    A cast plaster molding at the Tappan-Viles Mansion, which serves as the executive offices of Kennebec Savings Bank in Augusta on Tuesday.

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    A sconce made with cast plaster molding in the offices of Kennebec Savings Bank President Andrew Silsby at the Tappan-Viles Mansion, which serves as the executive offices of Kennebec Savings Bank.

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    The stairwell at the entrance of the Tappan-Viles Mansion that serves as the executive offices of Kennebec Savings Bank in Augusta.

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    Kennebec Savings Bank President Andrew Silsby closes an interior shutter in his office at the Tappan-Viles Mansion, which serves as the executive offices of Kennebec Savings Bank in Augusta on Tuesday.

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    Kennebec Savings Bank executives Craig J. Garofalo, left, Anita M. Nored and David A. Grenier meet Tuesday in the sun porch at the Tappan-Viles Mansion, which serves as the executive offices of Kennebec Savings Bank in Augusta.

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