The First National Bank is a landmark on Seneca’s Historic Downtown Main Street. Designed in the Richardsonian style with decorative ramparts and brickwork, it reflected grandeur and permanence, signs of Seneca’s growing success in 1889. The bank was originally founded in 1874. Tiffany-inspired windows adorned the banking hall which had ornate wooden cashier counters and a tile floor. The upper floor housed apartments and professional offices. The building is on the Kansas and National Register of Historic Places. Now this beautiful building is the home of Cornerstone Coffee Haus and the vintage, one-of-a-kind soda fountain and double horse shoe counter from the old Harsh Drug Store. In the recaptured grandeur and style of yester year they serve “Coffee…and so much more”.