The Molson Bank Building was built at the corner of St. Peter and St. James streets (now rue Saint-Pierre and rue Saint-Jacques) in Old Montreal as the headquarters of the Molson Bank in 1866 by order of founder William Molson (1793-1875). It was the first building in Montreal to be built in the Second Empire style, designed by George Browne working with his son John James George Browne. 
The bank later merged with Bank of Montreal in 1925.
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- Rue Saint-Jacques, Old Montreal Web Site
- "Vieux-Montréal – Fiche d'un bâtiment : Édifice de la Banque-Molson". www.vieux.montreal.qc.ca. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
- Rémillard, François, Old Montreal - A Walking Tour, Ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec, 1992
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