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421.11-6 - Bank Suspensions Since an 1 1921
Nonmember State Banks Arkansas K-0
Committee on Branch Group & Chain Banking

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O
[9-

National bank
tate bank

O Trust company
El Stock savings bank
0 Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

•
1. Name of banl-

oe-a-.-/Town or City
3/

2. Date organized

Date suspended

IS7/a a

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figu, s or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

0 47
,1

$

7 tof
,

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

o —
o

Investments

7

/7 2"1Y ,..<3
,

All other resources
_/

Total resources

4, / At 2
1
. o
7

Capital

c> is) —

e
,

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

r

$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

,y S

7

Lk. 7 4

.
31 /

Total deposits

$

7767-47

Borrowings from F. R. bank
8.t 817

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

4/' 47 7
1

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




.

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank? ----

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims..
General claims

AZT

, r
.,

Total claims

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated? "",1--6

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims.




.

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)4-5-e!ri.k‘*f-!.
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agricultur

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

cs—/,t,32

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FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
El

National bank
Name of State

tate bank
Trust company
El Stock savings bank

LI Mutual savings bank
LI Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organize

3. Federal reserve district

-r/-(7--r---e—s—E---e-Town or City.

Date suspended

/ ,9 0 Population of town or city*
1
4

f

Iember or nonmember of F. R. System____

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

de

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




_./.

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
/

On real estate

73
, /

/ 8 3 .3
1
4
.5-

Other
Total loans and discounts

/
448r
76 71

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

,/°
`
7497 3

.37 0

Investments

/7

All other resources
Total resources

7
-

447

,
s

-

—

Capital

7

,
S / .8 .3
;
.

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
/

Due to banks**

er,
Wr,o

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

$

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

11106.
_ co0 —

Borrowings from other banks

/

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:
2

4 /
4,--

Name under which reopened_ea--..--Z
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination Prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims.
Total claims.

If so give:

11110 10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. .
Preferred claims...
General claims. . .
Total claims. .




Dividends paid from
collections

.

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause
............

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to =foreseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management', i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

1/

Other causes, (specify)..

SP
'

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

"7
12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
t-2MV 1
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4

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

83

E] National bank
Name of State

[yr State bank
E] Trust company
El Stock savings bank
El

Mutual savings bank

El Private bank

•
1. Name of ban

2. Date organize

3. Federal reserve district

Town or Cityc—g-Az-

/0

Date suspended

/97-1 Population of town or city*LC

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

•

Outside city of parent bank**

e

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




•
6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

/7/

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

t7 40

3

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

/3,

Investments

7 ce

All other resources

Tr'

V

3

Total resources
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
2-,f3 Jf /

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including Ti. S. Govt. deposits

.
199 9

Time deposits, including postal savings

2.441"
$,3

Total deposits

7- 1 G

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




o
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over•
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims...
General claims...
Total claims. . ..

•

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:
Xes44---i, ef3

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:

411.

From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

•
Secured

claims

Preferred claims...

Z301/

-

General claims. . . . leg'. 7fi---4
Total claims




.

111 41-

3i04 ''..
,4

(.1 IRT-i

IoO
\\,\
"..p•

3
0
i

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
34

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•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

i

National bank

Name of State

E] State bank
lErTrust company
El Stock savings bank
[11

Mutual savings bank

111 Private bank

•
C
o_____Town or City

1. Name of banl

nty

32. Date organize

Date suspended

/07

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city* Jt'1

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




66

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$ /? 7 1-1 7

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
/7 0 —
/ z
/38 3 0 8 / 4
c

Investments
All other resources

33R' 7 LC G. J7

Total resources

,

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

/,.

Deposits:
/

$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

/6//

)/

.
1

„co 7 0.5- 77
,
$

Total deposits

27

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Ilas this bank been reopened?

//244f2

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examiriation prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

i

Secured claims

A

Preferred claims

1

General claims

•

Total claims

If so give:

10.
• Has this bank been finally liquidated
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims

Preferred claims
General claims.
Total claims. .. .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name9:-.?.Pc-e4...%).‘Ve.

... .

Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)gee og-ts-i-g-4/

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

/7 a-0

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




/a&;o

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
c5-0

410

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

(*T State bank
/
111 Trust company
O Stock savings bank

fl Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

•
/-‘,"3ewtZ Town or City o/fec-ew-

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

/0

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

7 /(/

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

)/tcrz"-c•-•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

S
6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

J-7

All other resources. 04
)
:44frv
. .
Total resources
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

41,ri,

Due to banks**

03

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

?—

/3 of6. 6

Total deposits

7

$

Borrowings from F. R. bank

, cop

Borrowings from other banks

-C-

All other liabilities

3-

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

—

4 4,
,

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•
If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank'
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
mounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections .

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.
Preferred claims. .
General claims. .

1
Li- 5,-t-1 D

4. 7.3 (i. -

2- '2--. 7)C

4ra '
'70

Total claims. .

4101

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims..
General claims
Total claims.




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

•
11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen-

2,40

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or othenvise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




73./9 2
'

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
OD 7e

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•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
0 National bank
Name of State

[1?---tate bank
S
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

own or Cit-e-43 —Z-4 e6.Cnunty
,
2

-c-'--'
1

2. Date organizec

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

/7

Population of town or city* .// L5e

'Iember or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




-

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

7/

13T

Total loans and discounts

3

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

3 -A--

Investments

/I

All other resources

o —

c.,s-73-3‘

Total resources
o

Capital
/

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

/4L,oy 6? • 1°

s-7g3,
6/

Tune deposits, including postal savings

$

Total deposits

/

/ a7

Borrowings from F. R. bank
/

Borrowings from other banks

0

All other liabilities

/3g- Lit /

Total liabilities
-2 -o
7. IIas this bank been reopened? 1 -t

oy

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible; otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank'

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims..
General claims

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

, A
t
,

, ,r

.,

Total claims

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?'Vz-10
10.

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. .
Preferred claims...
General claims. .
'Total claims. .. .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
e."

Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension ?

/

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
El

National bank

litate bank
El Trust company
El Stock savings bank
El

Mutual savings bank

EI Private bank

•
1. Name of banktg-

County

16-k
2. Date organized

/7

3. Federal reserve district

0

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




,2- g

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

/

0

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

P

Total loans and discounts tet....4

47 cit=> cr)
1
2- 3e

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

-

/

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

/

Surplus and undivided profits

—

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

7 ef) / //
/, 1 7 a.7

Time deposits, including postal savings
$

Total deposits

/7 ws---,33

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

3-3

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims

,, .
,

General claims
Total claims

10.

If so give:

Has this bank been finally liquidated
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

claims

Preferred claims
General claims.
Total claims. . ..




.

,

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution
Failureof correspondent (Name)
of
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

/

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

ITtate bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

0 Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

Town or City

County <02--ei--z•c2-,

0-4
2. Date organized

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




e
3

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

0

Total loans and discounts

‘,
57
_

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

-5 7 6 er°
: 7

Investments

/0 ez
/

All other resources

,
./i

74 4
/

Total resources
Capital

7 0 4 .0

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

c9

/6 2
-

3hi /73 ../ 0
73
,

Total deposits

3

70g3ya

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

-7. Has this bank been reopened? ‘-2--r7

7
If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




-2
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank''2 .-on

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims
General claims' r
Total claims

4110

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims. . ..
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)

.1.

L..-

•..._

Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify). Q- te.
-

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

was
What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




/ 0,7e
0

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
a-se---e...-e---e.-.v..----.-i--e-Z—rD W-

o

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
II] National bank
leCt:te bank
[i] Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
• Private bank

•
--.1County

1. Name of bank/Z.

2. Date organized

Date suspended

"/

2 Population of town or city*
0

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

3. Federal reserve district

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




////

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

,
014-42
$

Total loans and discounts

47

//
4./

/

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

'
(
/Y e. -7

Investments

g7 /.

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

-

,
/ 1 87

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

J/7 - /
)/

77 537 I2 439.77-

Total deposits

$

/

1371 e

Borrowings from F. R. bank

,
37 0 o o —

Borrowings from other banks

•

All other liabilities

,3
4 v27 3

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
f so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims
.

Preferred claims

,
,/
General claims. ...
if
Total claims

1
• ,
P

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims...
General claims. .. .
Total claims. .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthl

paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture? 7
If so, state what industry or type of agricultur

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

/ 0 0




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

[I] National bank
2----g- ;.te bank
i

El Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

•
1. Name of ban

2. Date organize

Aer..-.4.4own or City

0

Date suspended /

3. Federal reserve district

Z___Count

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




0

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

$

Total loans and discounts

t vio. 2,
7

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

/16y0 9
,
?
/

J 7 3 6
1- '
7

Investments

33 .
7 3,

All other resources

21

Total resources

°

A

Capital

/

Surplus and undivided profits

—

"10

Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

7 a /_
g

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

(.C6,C‘
,

Time deposits, including postal savings

410
f7 fy 0,
$

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

-

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




Yr-0
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank? 1—

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims
•

Preferred claims

I

•Alf.

General claims. .

4
,

0•

i

Total claims

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.

‘YZ-ti

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims.




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
P
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture? fr-7
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

o

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

107

[1] National bank
Name of State
Er" State bank
E] Trust company
Stock savings bank
El

Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

wn or City

1. Name of bankeer--c-c--- ,_„1
-sc---1-- - 04
1

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

0

Date suspende

if

0 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




unty

7 Li/

/30

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

f

7 '74
/3

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

7 a,

‘
4
7

3go

Investments

f
o

All other resources

0

Total resources
/ >7

Capital

.2 Y. 6 g

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

‘
/1 4
10, 447

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

3.5 33 41-13

Tune deposits, including postal savings

.2L

3-7_ 1-3
$

Total deposits

0,704:co

Borrowings from F. R. bank
o

Borrowings from other banks

0

All other liabilities
, 4
/0-r 17 477,0

Total liabilities

7. IIas this bank been reopened?

If so give:
f- /7S0
-

Date of reopening

Name under which reopened gor--exe-1

(
c
Amount of loss

Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims

•

Preferred claims
General claims
.

/

-

C.2
S
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




so%

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

"k2
4 0

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims

Per cent of loss
to claims

$

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation? ----A---2---o

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

- • Has this bank been finally liquidated? —z-- ---- If so give:
10.
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)

$

Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims...
General claims
Total claims. . . .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drot th, boll weevil, etc
li
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (NTame)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

/

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or othenvise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc

4

4
^

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
[1] National bank
P'State bank
Trust company
111 Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
Private bank

dor

40"
All •wn

1. Name of bank

2. Date organize

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

or Cit

t.3

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$
2. 7

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

Investments

5

Cy

C /
‘
/0

All other resources
Total resources

7‘ 47 07

71. 4

as".

c, ts)

Capital

3
—

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

\Si, 0 j
/
/3 1
.
)‘

.5"

7 7 Li7 ?‘
b

$

Total deposits

to 11L3

Borrowings from F. R. bank
A.

Borrowings from other banks

cc)

—

All other liabilities

7e g3,s-

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank? 1—Vz--17

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_______:k
Secured claims

I

Preferred claims

i'

General claims

A

Total claims

411

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

b

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims...
General claims. . . .
Total claims. .. .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
1/ .
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity . collections,
in
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

/7

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




o

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

fa

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

56

• National bank
Name of State

E State bank
El Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
El Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

•
1. Name of bank gAru--ce

2. Date organized

)
1--1
-e -4.--Z &-g-f-.Z. Town or City

n-,/f/

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

i

/7421Population
° /

County

of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R.Systen"
-

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank______>
-47 --‘--K
2

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




3
1

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

/4zdf, av.0

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments
All other resources.4vitiree--afece47.---

/0. esti, If

437, -•?(

Total resources
Capital

/4 6'v-cr.
,

I.

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
a

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

Ar 4 3e.
1

/.

Total deposits

—
/7
‘

Borrowings from F. R. bank

\coo_-

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

T

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as IA date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•

2f.11

S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?'

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

/41

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims... . .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims
Total claims. ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:
"--6,24.44-- #4.14,

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims....

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
. guaranty fund

'

Preferred claims.. .
General claims
Total claims. .. .




R. 111—

.
._1.....11::;- ;;::11

/Do ,o

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

geffex'L

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspend ed?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

/r

/odg

,Jco.

11,

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

• State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

1. Name of bank eet..ch

2. Date organized aei

Town or CitycifT2 1-44)L-,,

fc Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was thi§ bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group
'W4tr

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

/1?c,

4
6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
"

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

tar ihr
4f:

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

OVe. —

Investments
All other resources

cr6

Total resources

•

Capital

73J , If

1/..(000

Surplus and undivided profits

? .//. 0/

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

74Aer244--.

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

12/3

Time deposits, including postal savings

73

/

Total deposits

$

Borrowings from F. R. bank

)14,14A-

Borrowings from other banks

7/1 COO
(
/
4

All other liabilities

2efet
r?A'‘'

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

)4)

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total

-WO

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . .
Preferred claims...
General claims...
Total claims. ...

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims

9..1#2

General claims.. .. ___1491.41/7 Total claims.




__A4L,V1

9-

.•

:

cr,
/c
2,,l0. —
24ft di
l
_A_5_i3

200 •

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
6

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
tO 0 p

a

•

•
FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fie,
1-3)

El ,National bank

Name of State

rU State bank
f

El Trust company
El Stock savings bank
El

Mutual savings bank

El Private bank

•
1. Name of bare4
(
--<-4---s-r- z-u--- Ao4fete&-eoe--Town or Cityrif-4-4-et---ow
,

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

2!)

Date suspended

AMA'.

2

County

/9VPopulation of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_2(enetere

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this ba9r of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group )/- )/k- /3-41 -4-. .1
5 0 "--

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

/3..3'7'

$

74.c/U4

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

9 ,reG)

‘ 7
, 7 0
-

All other resources. .
Total resources
Capital

1'

Coe
Coo

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

$

Due to banks**

/1/d. 2/

:21.‘1 •

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

24.41-24A--

Total deposits

O.%i

7

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

-24.01.44

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over

Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims...

Zift

/./Y)
.c. 3.cId --

"
deneral claims.. .. _____Arr 0J 4

.5.,..3

i

a—

_3 6 ...C:3 6'

,

(- 0 9- / 2-

Total claims

00
4
,
60,

7

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims.
Total claims. ..




-

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?
12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

eo

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41
FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
ri

10

National bank
Name of State

aj/ State bank

LI Trust company
El Stock savings bank

fl Mutual savings bank
LI Private bank

1. Name of bank (3-0--'-'kY
1

2. Date organized

Town or City

Date suspended 7 /
-

3. Federal reserve district

6 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

-Z-c2

7_

Ciato
,
1,LtaXNA.\\
6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

7
/
7/

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

Real estate acquired in gatisfaction of debts
Investments
All other resources

-1)
C)

9)

Total resources

o,

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

6C
Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

9,.

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened_
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




4
S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over

/ t
c-

If so give:

J="`81 d-)
-.

Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.. ..
Preferred claims..
General claims. .. .
Total claims. . ..

10.
• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

Collections:
From liquidation of assets
- From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims...
General claims.
Total claims. . .




•

Payments from
guaranty fund

0
11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)
V

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

III

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

Er§tate bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
Town or City 7-a-t-4
1t
-e-/---a-- County
2

1. Nanie of bank

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Population of town or city* /

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




)-

6

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

? 7, v-6

/ 7,

e/ .1-7 6 Sry

Other

,2
74'f73e-7

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

3—

Investments

3

,e

All other resources

SC i cor

Total resources

3%

L
a .0

Capital
/

Surplus and undivided profits

,=4

—
-

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
/

Tune deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

_

78 3
""

34
'

Borrowings from F. R. bank

3 0 e,

Borrowings from other banks

o —

All other liabilities
Totalliabilities- 1_C 3il,73
,
‘
7
-

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

If so give:
-2
-

0
/ -et
271
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
4---

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

If so give:

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims
General claims. .
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses d to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

o

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments__

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

24

fl National bank
Er State bank

Name of State

[1] Trust company
ID Stock savings bank

fl Mutual savings bank
• Private bank

•
Town or City 1 " -tot
)7 6-7
‘ee"

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

AO /9/9

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended lel
-

/9 1 C Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank______>
410-1 ,

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Nr°

it a

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

di 2-, 09

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

74AY34- 1

Investments

)1Arkt

1/P..

3

All other resources
Total resources

1
41-L-J-/-411-

Capital

p-o-0
o 4,17

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

3.,P2J /

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

/01210.
-3?

Ci •

Time deposits, including postal savings

/93,1.1/.

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

/49, coo

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

il 71.-3/1 f I
,

Total liabilities

7. IIas this bank been reopened?

/

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
mounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims...
General claims

/,:(

q/ —
/34./'1 -

/7J/.//7

--

/3D 7;./ 7.
(31/ 63
‘

Total claims. ... I 73/ 3-9

)

/0 C

7- 5
,

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims. .
Total claims




.

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

tecAr-

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension ?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

44- 7, /9'1‘




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

•
FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

Er State bank
O Trust company

Ei Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organize

Town or City)vc4.0-ilA-GL _County 41-64--.-c
,

Date suspended JA-c/. Li lh Population of town or city*

3. Federal reserve district

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syster

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent ban

Outside city of parent bank**

)
- 115-7A-4-•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




2
-

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)___AL

k

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

g

All other resources

//

Total resources

tft --

ir • 0-/-'7
-•

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

C-6 —

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

4 1 PI )
//.
3

9: 340. o3

Total deposits

V'1

Borrowings from F. R. bank

)24r2A-i.
il.

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

'

)
11°

e

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims....
Preferred claims.
General claims. ..
Total claims.

Ifo give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

01/

Date liquidation was complete
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims
‘D 70

General claims
Total claims




.

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits

.

Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
.e
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
//

bank suspended?




,

2,7

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
ID

National bank

Er-State bank
0 Trust company
El Stock savings bank

Li
LI

Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•
1. Name of ban

Ae-a-c-c-le/Town or CityCount

7-2
2. Date organize

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

O
5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

7

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$
..2 o /

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

al10.

Investments
All other resources

194/Z.‘/

Total resources
Capital

o0 —

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

/7',;

C,

Tune deposits, including postal savings

7/,

/7,

tg

$

Total deposits

43 4L 4c,

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
37,19

Total liabilities
7. has this bank been reopened? 4kl--o

C1

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




0
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank) '72--4

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

•

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims

' •,..

,i
f

General claims

r-

Total claims

10.

If so give:

Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. . ..




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
frV

Heavy withdrawals of deposits
4:1C

Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
• National bank
Ertate bank
1:1 Trust company
L] Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
• Private bank

•
-4
,1
1. Name of banka.-- ly"? 7._o!L-W-----Town or City '7 7
-7e4rAt.deounty
--

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

if

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




2

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other
Total loans and discounts

coeZ,e / 7

$

0

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

`-/

‘,

CC L/70

All other resources

if',0 / 7

Total resources
Capital

/3

3/

e (c. —

2-, 3

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

3 Co
43 o 3,f,c

Tune deposits, including postal savings
$

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

6/7 3±

Total liabilities

7. has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

oe"
.

If so give:
/ —/y 3<7

Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




Z.-i)

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims

Per cent of loss
to claims

$

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amount's in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

III

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)

$

Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

claims

Preferred claims
General claims. .. .
Total claims. . . .




-

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
---L—L---,

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
by
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

Pt S
--tate bank
0 Trust company
0 Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of bank.

2. Date organize

ex-41C--e—thown or City....,County

Date suspende

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate ac shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

7

/

$

3s

/S 7

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

777 3
7,
13

Investments
All other resources

a'
,

Total resources
/

Capital

oz)

3/

Surplus and undivided profits

70

o -

Deposits:
.3

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

7, e 0

/L53v.37

,-/.7i0,.3
$

Total deposits

7

3 Z.c.g,

Borrowings from F. R. bank

0

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

2/-0
7. Has this bank been reopened? 1

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




7 2—c=1
'
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?'

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

o

Dividends paid from
collections

0

claims
P

73g

Preferred claims

3S 7

General claims

0

6

If

0

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total claims

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.

--A2—o

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims .
Preferred claims...
General claims
Total claims.




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

el

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension ?

/

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

•
FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

'77

O National bank
Name of State

OState bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
0 Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

•
1. Name of ban

2. Date organize

Town or City

)fr'4x-4-

9- 7

,
2
AA/ tic /92 , Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city* 3/eff

Member or nonmember of P. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

•is

Outside city of parent bank**____

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

lef/IA/t-e
'

7-7 /9 7,7

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
1.;/ ;0
:

Total loans and discounts

27

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

14. 3?,
2,

Investments

g 1g

All other resources

ii J, 3

Total resources

f1.81

10

Capital

0

—

z3. .04f Ti

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks** 4%0-to-

6V.P.

‘.AZ

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

69
4.7L.r.

Time deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

o 7. 1

$3 I

Borrowings from F. R. bank

9'2'.

Borrowings from other banks

1 4t'
/

All other liabilities

LLL

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

Wf. —

I

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension/

** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstandipg.




(151,\P

c,Lk -1)0
It

„

S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

Vi

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation? 'TV)

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims... .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims

.

Total claims. .. .

II

IP

If so give:
piDA4••3// /17-7

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date.,liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

>ft 6kr df

,

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)

$

Payments to depositors:
s(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

tys:•t
e

Preferred claims

/
General claims. .. . __,11/44ffeld_

-----7?

I

i 74-3_61:
r?

Total claims. .. )
7 -9
'g




r7 1

11. Causes of suspension;
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspenG
2—,i
--sion ?

/r 2-4) i4rK2r;
tte

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

?

00 '70

wif7,( Lve-tr

IP

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

111 National bank

Name of State

State bank

LI Trust company

o

Stock savings bank

O Mutual savings bank
El Private bank

•
Town or City-Ze-c- County

1. Name of ban1,--e-L-A
,

2. Date organize

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspendel /e / Population of town or city*

f

Member or nonmember of F. R Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank____

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




_4

),/

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

.314/. 24o.2.c

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

l•

Investments

C.i

All other resources

311,f7t,/3

Total resources
?a

Capital

000 —
3 Z3F2—

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
/7. 39 Aid
,
1

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

/Ji.

CI-. 74

3a.

2a

Total deposits

S

0' 7./04 //

Borrowings from F. R. bank
•
/14.

Borrowings from other banks

1;. 364

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

7,.6

—44-12-4/4-L"'
If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•
If so give:

S. has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over

1/02,
4

4 /9);
-

7.
--

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims

Per cent of loss
to claims

$

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Payments from
guaranty fund

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims.
General claims
Total claims. .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

,
i

S

ecured claims

Preferred claims
General claims
' Total claims. .. .




I
...

..

1

olfr

..alr

-..da

....04.—..1116:.dri.........•

Al

milk

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

Er State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
ne—c..
-6
-

1. Name of bank 4-41

2. Date organize

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City Wte,

Date suspended

5
7

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

IL
7

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

7/27A D

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

.7 /
4

Other
$

Total loans and discounts

//
f

31

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

0 —
0

1 11

Investments

9
,
//
,r3 6 /1

All other resources

/738

Total resources

_

Capital
'Y

Surplus and undivided profits

o

Deposits:
Due to banks**
/4
J1

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

&

Tune deposits, including postal savings

1
‘
0 7 , .3/

s

C,
‘' S
/3 P
./ .

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

—
o oc)

Borrowings from other banks

•
—

/

All other liabilities
/

Total liabilities

7. has this bank been reopened?

73A' AIC

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

/27.(P
-Amount

of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




-'0
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank? 4-2-1

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_

Secured claims.
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

If so give:

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ...

Dividends paid from
collections

'

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. .. .




.

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses c1j.ie to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)C‘--.2,/o.ed.i.ACf--. V!ze.
,
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify).

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

/

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on ccount of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by 'other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
[I] National bank
[ErState bank
11] Trust company
Li Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
[11 Private bank

•
Town or City "in

1. Name of bank

2. Date organize

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

/7 1

ee
a

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

g

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
$

Total loans and discounts

7
6 7o

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

.—
S —

3

Investments
3a

6/

/

All other resources

ea ao

Total resources
Capital

.5 o

Surplus and undivided profits

co —

Deposits:

3

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including Ti. S. Govt. deposits
111

Tune deposits, including postal savings

/

g S 3/,37
/ -

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

cc

If so give:
— /7

o

-

Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. ...

If so give:

10.
• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims.
General claims
Total claims. . . .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)

Ae
(

Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
tate bank

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of ba

2. Date organized /

<:y-

og--X../ Town or City

Population of town or city* g/0

Date suspended

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

3. Federal reserve district

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County___

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
20 y
.

.2-.;

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

j3 7 7,CT
,

Investments

/,

q-27 70

All other resources
.7

Total resources
Capital

/=,
,

Surplus and undivided profits

es

ID

--

0 C.

Deposits:
Due to banks**

/,

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

/SS.

7ZY/
1

0
7

II
/ Cy.,(1/

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

2. S—

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•

If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
f so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims...
-2...-,te)
,5

.Z. / K 3 47

General claims

L

..6-- . .- F0 C

.2 05-70

Total claims

If so give:

10.
• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims..
General
General claims.
Total claims....




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diver 'fication
Incompetent management, i.e., poor
lack of enterprise, etc

edit jt,idgme t, laxity in collections,

Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

Cs3-2e-l-<_e_V

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates ad amounts of all assessments

%.

/e ay,

._.,,........e..Q..........,..._..................Z i,.. 0 7-4

•
,1-0

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

LI National bank

a- State bank
LI
LI
LI
LI

Trust company
Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•
1. Name of bankad4dri/
)1,et-e-€;(—di

2. Date organize

,
Town or Cityhe€A--t-e-4-ek/

S7704 Date suspended
-

3. Federal reserve district

7,__Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

/

/

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

/

9/2.

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

J S'?1,
.7," 4-3

All other resources. dr4-rii4-1,-4--.

40,

Total resources

31 3/411

Capital

coo —

076 -3
°

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
/33N•

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

/11.

4V,

//

"
" "?.

Time deposits, including postal savings
$

Total deposits

I 1 41,

41

)---trx-T-e....
4

Borrowings from F. R. bank

Y3. ocio —

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

/ .0
J . 11 9
1

Total liabilities

7. IIas this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per,cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

1//
10

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims...
General claims
Total claims.. .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed

/d,72j

1
4/.;1),

Collections:

/

From liquidation of assets

13/

/0 o,rd

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections

2(-01-ziAA-4-e kodtet.
,

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
,
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections
'

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.. .. 4)4it
Preferred claims...

0
/Al. feZ —

General claims. . . . 4,;Th.30--Total claims. . .




7.Lff

/00 1 0
7

4
11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

'

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




-

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
/9 2
-

o

11111

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

NVState bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

Own or Cit

I

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

County

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




/

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$
417f3.

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

7.5 0 —
—

7
s- ,70/

All other resources

7,0 S733

Total resources

Acoov

Capital

3 oto

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
V-73

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

/7

V

e7s-_.$ 0

Total deposits

$

7V
°

2,33

Borrowings from F. R. bank

e py b

Borrowings from other banks

—

All other liabilities
_ 8k.

Total liabilities

7. Ilas this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:
L/_/7e

Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims..
General claims

,

Total claims

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. . . .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
—

••••••••"'"-'

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc

I/

Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
V

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or othenvise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




---

.' ---"")--------,--,.-e--

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
E] National bank
/f---- tate bank
S
111 Trust company
Fi Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

LI

Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

/eZi6

Town or City- ,-c-4-d-geer-- County
,

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




41
/

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z/i/ d?

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

vzeirivt

47 ..57
7

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

/

71

Investments

e4,0

3

g

o

All other resources

/0

4

Total resources

—

Capital

Y ;<

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

Z/ 3.../Z

,
/3 L74 0 7
6

,
7
7,1 / 7_ 3
$

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

//f occ) o .

Borrowings from other banks

/. 7 4 C.

All other liabilities
Total liabilities
4
7. Has this bank been reopened? "2 --o

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




--1V2-'0
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank? /

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

r
i

Preferred claims
IF

,.

General claims

,

Total claims

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated? .d.-7-2--cn

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. .. .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify).

.. ..

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agricultur

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




0
/ 0

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
,

•
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FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
El National bank
OState bank

81
Name of State

El Trust company
1=I Stock savings bank

El Mutual savings bank
El Private bank

1. Name of bank‘igt L
4,6 /)leerze-c
-

2. Date organized d21, /1/61
-r- /

Town or City

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

1, 15

/1

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

/

$

Total loans and discounts

37

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

>tr2A-g-

Investments

2441 ,
,t—
t

All other resources 2;td"14'"

f/,

d. /1/ • 77

Total resources

•/
cod,

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
!
612

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

t•

Time deposits, including postal savings

6i , /4,
3.0

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

/ t.()Po

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

./ kr/
5-1

Total liabilities

7. IIas this bank been reopened?

7.

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

/°If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims...
General claims. ...

/

Total claims...

If so give:

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.

,
7-1 /9.30

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in is lars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund
‘

Secured claims -Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. ...




74.01 44-,
Al L4

I

I

•
11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
/
J

,o_ipo

S

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension..

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
111

National bank
Name of State

2.
4vState bank
ID

Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank
LI Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of bank

2. Date organize

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

/9vf Population of town or city*
Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank____)

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County_._

•
6. Condition figures, as of (datc*)

3 /fvf

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
9.‘ 2 4c
,

Total loans and discounts

/1/. I/O

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

4.

7 7..

OF

All other resources.44?1,44-1410.

3LII 2h,
2

--CL439-7- 1 7

Total resources

/O. ccc —

Capital

WI g7

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

37. 4/i 3o

.1
3 36

Total deposits

$

—
I. 2•I
;IZATIAA

Borrowings from F. R. bank

"76C34
4

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

£7.1 0 7, 3

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




0
If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
A ounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.

17f,? —

" —
'
Of

Preferred claims
General claims. ..

1-4
7 /41 ---

3' ' 9—
6 f7

7i,4 4 C2—
1

Total claims... 3 +SI
L
)

.

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

/di)

c), 1-- c 7 1
1- i

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims
General claims.
Total claims.




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause
.a:

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?
12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




,

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
/Oa

(440a•4YJ...pf.4.4.

pir

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FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
• National bank
[E'State bank
• Trust company
ED Stock savings bank
▪

Mutual savings bank

• Private bank

•
1. Name of bank_ed

2. Date organized

/

i‘e-eg.t.t.--

Town or City )e-dt-''t N-t-e&--)- County//
,
"

-c--#
-e
)4,71
# Date suspended Pdf-e A/77) Population of town or city*____ 3/il
1

3. Federal reserve district

Member or nonmember of F R Systeraili"

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




//:
-/0/6

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

.

?7

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

._.

2-3 14'

Investments

7.-4 413. oj

All other resources

f.

Total resources

Pd. -

/1/1 /7/ •'IC
I
/00, 00

Capital

CO ".

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
7/7 2

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

3 6/

Time deposits, including postal savings

N.1131 W6P
i6e

Total deposits

4_2/
11.4r3A4.:.

Borrowings from F. R. bank

0
3SI 00

Borrowings from other banks

1/. 0 ff. 4?

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

of

/•°/ 7./7/

--)1.40

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•

If so give:

S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims.. . .

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.

Preferred claims...

IL/ 7 1.9_. 2/

General claims

7
2-1-- 4/

4,1_ ///

,re 70

Total claims

O. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims...
General claims. .. .
Total claims. . ,.




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper helfl by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1/

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

f

/ 0 0 41 4
7

/00. 0 oo

41
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FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
El

National bank

[EIState bank

LI Trust company
1] Stock savings bank

LI Mutual savings bank
[1] Private bank

•
4reg-r---4'own or Cit

1. Name of ba
,-2. Date organized

County

.
,

3-,
Date suspended

3o

.F.r,
Population of town or city* .5

1\1 ember or nonmember of F. R. Syste

3. Federal reserve district

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

,

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




cZ

I

/

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

713c2

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$

/7/

A 7

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

444,‘ /.3

31

Investments

/ ari

All other resources

6

Total resources

2-

73

7a
e, ocs)0--

Capital

/77_

Surplus and undivided profits

4

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

fd

1-0
/.9 0

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
0

Tune deposits, including postal savings

,>7

.

$

Total deposits

z_c, 77

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:

,

--/73

27

Name under which reo ene
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total

KY/PR/
2j

* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
1='
If so
' give payments to date:
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

If so give:

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims. .
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)

-./-c-' t)
"
2-

Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)aelre/ — -*
67

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

_____ ....,...1
7

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

/

7

O

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or othenvise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
t"--7/117Lie

is

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
El

National bank

Er-- State bank
El Trust company
El Stock savings bank
El

Mutual savings bank

[] Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organize

3. Federal reserve district

set 50---/, a
Date suspended

1

Town or Citeatit-e-County
,
/0

Population of town or city* 3

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$ A-74 ..7/ I

77

// 3

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

dr,o 3

/er g73,
/7

Investments

/ 4 /7
,

All other resources
S:g

Total resources
Capital

P- r o,te

tOC)

---

.20 (Deno—
/

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

,...4"/ 7 2.! 4/

Due to banks**

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

c 2 /.1"/7 9
.7
4

Time deposits, including postal savings

7/

/7 o
$

Total deposits

'Cs7
7

/

es

Borrowings from F. R. bank
1e7
,7,c-g_s 0

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

-3-e C

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened --9-e--ofree.,e1 ag./O
Loss to depositors on:

C
Z
1

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•

-2-0
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank? "7

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

-0
—3.-2

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_
Secured claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

If so give:

10.
• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims

Preferred claims
General claims. . ..
Total claims. . .




•

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

_60„eZe

eg, ,
7

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
0 National bank
Name of State

• State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

aL

Mutual savings bank

lefeCleetra•'
/

O Private bank

•
Town or City_a144444.414eCounty_az+zue.f
t
_

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

/ns

t
Date suspended_LZ-2 -g

3. Federal reserve district

e)Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




2Fr

Itfr
-

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

I/0

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

u-o

Investments

3ES

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

5 7a
-

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings
$

Total deposits

5
-141

c0

•

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
-

All other liabilities

)36,c
.

Total liabilities

7. IIas this bank been reopened?

3s )6)
-

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_
Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

If so give:

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims. . . .
Total claims. . . .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
t.

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

21

National bank

g-

Name of State

State bank

0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of banl

,S'
2. Date organized
7.

/0-e Town or City
/9oer Date suspended)2.0-.;/

3. Federal reserve district

/9-C Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




OPA

/r 74

*)_'.
6. Condition figures, as of (date
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$

219. r73.42
,
-

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments
// 007/2.
-

7/0
,k

All other resources. .. .

0.1

Total resources
Capital

1-f• 000 —

Surplus and undivided profits

2 000 -7.

Deposits:

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

/4ret
18.12-f, RI

Time deposits, including postal savings

Wrif 1/3

Due to banks**

$

Total deposits

g7d 4L.7P
-72evue--

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

rr.g44.

All other liabilities
Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?

to

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over

Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

•

Payments from '
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims..
General claims...
Total claims....

110

7- 71.1
//(c

i

,r-7, iii "2-f9-

_i_i_q_g_f O

1 il 34-5

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

kci

'W-_-44
,
$D,..114--

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims.
General claims. . .
Total claims. . . .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




)ii.

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
t

1110

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
by
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
C r;

[I] National bank

_11_G•_

Name of State

E'tate bank
[1] Trust company
Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

•
2. Date organize

/

(=ek___Town or Cit

,
1. Name of bank.

Date suspended

/

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R. Syste

3. Federal reserve district

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shoWn in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




ount

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments
All other resources
Total resources
Capital

€.)

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

34L,e77,6'47

/

4,7e, 44,2,ir
$

Borrowings from F. R. bank
•
3/

Borrowings from other banks

4_7/ 3,e/

All other liabilities
3

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

11/2A2

Li! 1., ,$)
•

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_
Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims. . .

,

Total claims

2z—e,
10.
• Has this bank been finally liquidated? 1 Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims. ...
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes,

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

410

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
by
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
II

National bank

LI State bank
Ei-"Trust company
[I] Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
EJ

Private bank

•

aown

1. Name of balec--.4--e

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

or City

Date suspended

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_____

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




Count

1L •V.
7

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

fr-vec).

$ /c. / 0 d 3.riA‘
/

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

4

(P5.3

Investments
All other resources

Cs
-o

4f

Total resources

3S
.
7

/-7/ 31 7
1,

717_ lz

Capital

7.<

f‘

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

'
ii /

Demand deposits, including Ti. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

Lc7,

7, 27

/3451
7

Total deposits

4 4 077/

Borrowings from F. R. bank
o ,c, 0 o 0 -

Borrowings from other banks

/. 6

All other liabilities
j
-3 / a

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

67,

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




7

If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank)
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_
Secured

.

claims

U.
.

I

• , ,,,

Preferred claims

g

•

General claims
Total claims

If so give:

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims...
General claims
Total claims. . ..




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments_

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

25

O National bank
Name of State

IKState bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

,
1. Name of bankeett-g h-vz-t-c-t--.-v-a

II /f/0 Date suspended

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City__.-Tt--v County
,

‘4 -s-3 iY)--7 Population of town or
,

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank____>1 2XK
0r

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group
I

_

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

?'

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

Zt7141,_

Investments
All other resources iciA- -‘ °
11 41

.1- ‘7

Total resources

—

'4_2_40,
(7

Capital

S3-19-cr-

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

$

Due to banks**

9 JO
'3

/'

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

I

COO

Total deposits

j I 0. ,(7

g

Borrowings from F. R. bank

)4'enAA

Borrowings from other banks

34'07/t

All other liabilities

•

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

74.0

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




14
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank? ' if)

If so -give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections ...-

.

Total payments

Payments from
gu. = ty fund
4
7
,
r

Per.cent of payments
to claims allowed

.
_7
*FT,7,9170

p 70

/
Secured claims. . . .

General claims. . . ‘ o 0 4.
•
Total claims. ..

II/

.

,

IG/D ..----

Preferred claims

filr),
I

---ii '---7 f

. `.._ c
_5 ,1
t

11.-J-4'1, .

)

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

I

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
Total claims. . .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

•
Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




f/Y

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Oo

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fl National bank

ig

Name of State

State bank

1=1 Trust company
ri Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

/1-cr.fre,a-ex,a/

Private bank

•
1. Name of bank ezpicirf

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

0(aii p
i7g

Town or City ditiryPterA4.--"' County_Qiier+1.,c,./ .
7

Date suspended 1/- 24 -3D Population of town or city*
1

Member or nonmember of F R. System

r

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments
All other resources

6 70

Total resources

/0 ()DO

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

I

70

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings
$

Total deposits

-7. 500

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
7k
.

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

76

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over

k

if

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_
Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

If so give:

10.
• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. .. .




.

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

qip

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentq

•

•
FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

28

[1] National bank
Name of State

N State bank
r

vfr.4

• Trust company

LII Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
• Private bank

t
1. Name of bank/?,L&.4,o

2. Date organize

7.3a4A,ZTown or City

County

Date suspended ?
i
d di if7, Population of town or city*

3. Federal reserve district

Member or nonmember of F. R. Systerri/

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank____>t--tr

ir--.•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group
— 4
2

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




/

•
4_1124
)
6. Condition figures, as of (date*)_11..P4
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

?d/ 3

Investments
,
/‘p01

All other resources.

//.JI

Total resources

0. oloo -"

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:.
Due to banks**. td34+444.....

:

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

........ $

7/L

33.7:i. If
//0. —

Time deposits, including postal savings

.7_

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

-

•

i'Lrf2.4.•i

7,.1 00.
'

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

‘7.

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

f°

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last c,all or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred'claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Athbunts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims...
General claims

,

ef.

3_

73,/
-

.......

7f7

l 0- 90
0

0 '"'

.... • ...

735
i

3
;', a

Total claims

10.

17
.3i{

)

Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims..
General claims
Total claims. . .




•

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




- A LP
01

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
21

0d

t2
d

40r4'2".rY24•‘a- ."
,
.

)n,

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
Ei

National bank
Name of State

a State bank
El Trust company
El Stock savings bank

aL

fl Mutual savings bank

azta,

El Private bank

•
1. Name of bank_adeddz—dietik/ d71;#41- Town or City

2. D ate organized

3. Federal reserve district

/7.2e Date suspended

I/2_2

V

CoLt/

3D Population of town or city*

gr

Member or nonmember of F. R System_gietc
.

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name andlocation of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

0
'4
/219.

All other resources

73 /70

Total resources
Capital

r
'

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

/ 7D

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over

1/- 2r-3,0

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims....
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. ...
Total claims. . ..




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc

Air

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

'30

National bank
Name of State

k"State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
0 Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organize

Town or City 1‘ -44 -c-c.-- County
2
1 -2

7 Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

2.3,/pt Population of town or city*
,
Member or nonmember of F. R.

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank
4.

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




0441--

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

72

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

j.or f3

Investments

3071127

All other resources
Total resources

/0. 000

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

0Pd

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

6 . Al/
0

Time deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

$

)1,074A.

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

*
44

All other liabilities

)1,4tktes
/4/ 0

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

2 7 .1 J. 02

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Afhounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims..
General claims...
Total claims.

410

-

4i/1

W/9

Kt 0iz..
______Rii3

‘
WI of

a 09&

1

Li- 1, i

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

/

n

Go 70

,5
11.5,:c1

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims.
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits

NIX,1/ZZ-.

rt/

Failure of affiliated institution (Name) ..
.
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?
12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




-)
t

•

7 /1 4

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

4

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
0 National bank
Ergtate bank
0 Trust company
0 Stock savings bank
0 Mutual savings bank
0 Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. D ate organized

Town or CityCounty

Date suspended

//

,lember

3. Federal reserve district

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Population of town or city* 14
7

or nonmember of F. R. Syste

_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
3

Total loans and discounts

q"

o

-

I

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments
All other resources
Total resources
/

Capital

cD

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

3 41

.
A5" o
0

Tune deposits, including postal savings

,

$

Total deposits

.
/,
77 8 3/,3

Borrowings from F. R. bank
1
4 0 e ef,

Borrowings from other banks

,„ze

,
C20

All other liabilities

f
_____ag_(s-

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

C

c

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

—220

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

_ f so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims
,

General claims
Total claims. . ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims...
General claims. .. .
Total claims. ..




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture'
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended'




o

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

/0 A-

•

1 1 .30

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

36

National bank
Name of State

State bank

LI Trust company
El Stock savings bank
rj Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

•
Town or City 6
4 :41-eg-il-e-L—

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

Id,/fa / Date suspended

S/
.

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R Syste

3. Federal reserve district

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

JAW,

4
D/ /fa
/.

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

- /
1/d
/•

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

1/.7

34.21 3.61
,
3. 247. lAr.

Investments
All other resources

erti 9i/ 73

Total resources

10. ace -

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

747/

Deposits:
Due to banks**
1r/

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
1iflf/D.

Time deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

'/e9.°3
$1

Borrowings from F. R. bank
0

Borrowings from other banks

//coo —

All other liabilities
1.'4 3,77 1 fl
1
/

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

/
1-/

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

/

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims...
General claims...
Total claims...

4/7,

/-/,/7-7

4//1—

M-7. 774

—

////- MC
11

•-101LO+
\

1

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

/n 0

)

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

claims

Preferred claims
General claims. . . .
Total claims. ...




.

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

•
11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture.
._____e.

---------'

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




-?,e% /f/W

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

8C

National bank
Name of State

State bank
El Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
[1] Mutual savings bank
1:1 Private bank

•
1. Name of banii

2. Date organizes

or City

e

Date suspende

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city* .
2

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

.

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

/.0

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
?"1

Investments

0

/3 4c.C,co(-3
31
,
C 0, 7fc)

All other resources

7./9

Total resources
o

Capital

e

,
/7 3 / 7 6
,

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

J ay o //
.

/az at0 64
,

3 Z, 3/
.
$

Total deposits

0

?-3

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

/

oo

-

All other liabilities
L5_27_,(7

Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened? `22.-o

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

1 2-2
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-

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of toss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation

Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
i
v
Preferred claims

7 le'

General claims
,

%

Total claims

10.

If so give:

Has this bank been finally liquidated
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc.
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name
•••••••

Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify) a-46
9€-

L-J

CeL:se-"Y

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry •
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

/

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc

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FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
• National bank
2"State bank
-[1] Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

1:]

Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

Date suspende

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city* /

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**____z--e--2-'r--('

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each *outside branch at time of suspension.




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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

1 7
;

$

);3

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

o

—

Investments
o /I

All other resources
'I
3

Total resources

/0 00 0 -

Capital

JP/ 3
.

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
g

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

,cp 33

1y7 se

Total deposits

/

.r7

Borrowings from F. R. bank
o0 —

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

4
-a 4 ,7,s--4/

Total liabilities

7. IIas this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:

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Name under which reopene
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation.

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims....

• Has this bank been finally liquidated'
10.

7-24

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims. . ..
Total claims. .. .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension? /

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments__

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
by
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
• National bank
g} -State bank
Lj Trust company
LII Stock savings bank

III

Mutual savings bank

• Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of bank

2. Date organize

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Date suspended

f

Member or nonmember of F R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:

Z`/ fp 7 7- 71"

On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

3 ?7 /7

$

/ 0cf) -

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

/3 3,

Investments

(r•

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

‘7

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Tune deposits, including postal savings

If 6 / 6 .
/C

Total deposits

40

as.
$

tL33 Ko

Borrowings from F. R. bank
3

Borrowings from other banks

o co -

•

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:

`72-€--J
,

Name under which reopened 1-4,-..._.-4
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

;"
4--- 7----t) If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims

If so give:

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)

-

Failureof large debtor (Name)
of
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

1101

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

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12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

41

National bank
Name of State

State bank
0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

1. Name of bankitte-zezitud

)
2. Date organized. IP /4

00-et...4-X/ Town or City

Date suspended/4414-1- 7g
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3. Federal reserve district

County

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent ban1

Outside city of parent bank**

A

er7X—r--_

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group
—7;t)

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

)%erv, 23,

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

/g/

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

17

Investments

2v/f. i3

1/3. 17

All other resources
Total resources

-- -2 • 2'14±1
14
ra. co

Capital

/ /4
4

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

23, /0• 33
J.
' /Of.
/

Total deposits

$

11

7J1 7.i

Borrowings from F. R. bank

.
74.014-c—

Borrowings from other banks

0o o
;Z4774
,4

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

Q_ If so give:
7. Has this bank been reopened? AlI
Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Am unts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims. .

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

___
---

Preferred claims. . .

i•‘kr-D

166.60

General claims. .. . /‘)/, / 3/ —
Total claims... .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims.
General claims.
Total claims. .




.
.

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11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry

•

or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
/01) 7.4

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•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

22

111 National bank
Name of State

WI State bank
/

LI
LI
LI
LI

Trust company
Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organize

Jez,,,t4

Town or City

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System____

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:

hi& /0.--

On real estate

/‘3 49'

Other

.34 j/‘3,/,

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

.3,oe I.

Investments

/Oa

All other resources

9'

367. 17

Total resources
Capital

W 000 -

Surplus and undivided profits

3‘.

;r1

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

3?-rd —
32,7/. J7./4

Time deposits, including postal savings
$

Total deposits

3),‘, /,7.

Borrowings from F. R. bank
oco

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

M7.C.O. yi

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

14
,0

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.. ..
3-4.04--

Preferred claims...3C/4
1—
General claims. .. 3 i- 7,/
Total claims.. .

/),/•• 2-‘/y

i
/ >tf- 1,-",--

76 1 3
)

6 131

/2

iC )
rr
3

-P‘3.-3/. '?

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims.
General claims.
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

!
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11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




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If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

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