The Peck’s building, or more accurately the former George B. Peck Dry Goods Company Building, is a Kansas City landmark. Peck’s closed in 1964 and the building now houses a bank. While the molded white facade is impressive, which can be seen in the crown of the building, the faded logo is iconic. This early 20th-century commercial-style architecture is on the National Register for Historic Places. Click on the image for a larger view.