Southbridge National Bank built in 1930, by F. X. Laliberte & Co., of Southbridge. Located on the south side of Main Street between Elm and Everett streets. A balcony flanks either side of the building on the second story. A cupola sits on top of the roof. Paved street with Southbridge Sturbridge Street Railway tracks visible. Some trees are in front of the building, some are supported in place. On the right is the Southbridge Savings Bank. The post office is located on the left, where a car is seen in the rear.