301 Main Street, now home to the Meyer Gallery and Mountain Trails Gallery, was once The First National Bank. One of the first brick buildings built after the 1898 fire, this commercial structure served the banking, mining, and general business activity of the First National Bank and Silver King Mining Company, and such prominent Utah mining entrepreneurs as David Keith, James Farrell, W. V. Rice and Senator Thomas Kearns. Victorian commercial in style, the building features an ornate brick cornice and stone foundation. The facade is comprised of six glass arches with leaded glass transom windows. It was originally, and remains, divided into two sections in the interior. Then, as now, the two halves of the building served separate business entities. One of the most architecturally interesting buildings on Main Street, it is also highly significant for its contribution to the commercial and mining activity of turn-of-the-century Park City.