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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

421.11-6 - Bank Suspensions Since Jan 1 1921
Nonmember State Banks North Carolina F-Q
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
National bank
2 State bank

LI Trust company
[I] Stock savings bank
[11

Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

f

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized 2 -

3. Federal reserve district

a1
,
7

-.0711 - Town or City

2Z Population of town or city*

Date suspended c7

2

g

Membe+ 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.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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L7

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

'

(

$ zi

On real estate
Other

,

7-Cr5
$0/?,902 Z4L

Total loans and discounts

9a2

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

/ S C/
-

Investments

/7111-

All other resources

e

zizso

Total resources

Al,o, 000 " -L9
2
"

Capital

7,0le

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

/
0

Total deposits

$

5
7 "
4?

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
-4 e9
3

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

tfo

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.


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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:

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.


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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?


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

so

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 orrce a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

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

National bank

• State bank
0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
—
1. Name of bankcc7

2. Date organized I —

n or City

—/

Date suspended

4- //--- zJ

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city* / 0
4(742

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

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

Outside city of parent bank**

110

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

,40

Other

$

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

&

Investments

)"/
71/,/

All other resources

.

Total resources

78S
0o

"YO,0

Capital

o

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
M/e)

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

if

Time deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

$

Z/7 5\
2 7

Borrowings from F. R. bank

S0 D

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

t‘

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

7.31 /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.


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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:

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

Payments from
guaranty fund

,

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)

Sr-tid..

Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Na e)
Other causes, (specify)

'‘, t

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

•

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

• State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of banarte

2. Date organized

v7- to

Town or City

Date suspended /

3. Federal reserve district

' -'. --,4-r"t—
4-1 2

c" Population of town or city* 5°
'

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

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

74,

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.


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County

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

On real estate

a 77
3
5

Other
Total loans and discounts

k 04(
$

75,
/; /
7

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

e.7.,

Investments

/ /3

All other resources

1-3
79

•

/
67 / -Y6

Total resources

1/ ,

Capital

ao

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

$

Due to banks**

‘
3, -7(,c/ 3-9
fg

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

ic3, 7
,

Time deposits, including postal savings

2/, 6 V 0 1” 1/
$ 79 /4 7°.
.

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

a

All other liabilities
/07 /,cd \

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.


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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. ..
i
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

Payments from
guaranty fund
,

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

ame)

Co'

Other causes, (specify)

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

•

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
[11

National bank

El/ State bank

LI Trust company
LI Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

Town or City

9/
'0

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

'
4fri 4 2
(/
/

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**

4111

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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t
County 0754,7 -

.417‘

1 4/ 7930
/

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

$
//0, 31!
'
1

Other

$)
'
/
6

Total loans and discounts

1/

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments
All other resources
Total resources

‘0,occ,

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

$

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

31 igo
17.0\331.
eni
$Z/‘ 30/
‘

Total deposits

Ilmme

Borrowings from F. R. bank

VY91000.

Borrowings from other banks

"Yi cy,c

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.


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•

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

Secured claims. ...

zg,S43.

Payments from
guaranty fund

3?Soo.

Preferred claims...

Dividends paid from
collections

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

,

A,

°.
General claims. ... /t1Z-C
3
Total claims.. .. g4' \ 12,

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

Payments from
guaranty fund

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. . ..


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,

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
fr
-

Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
ct

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

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?

/ 92

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


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I

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc
n
/66 )

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
El State bank
111 Trust company
0 Stock savings bank
0 Mutual savings bank
0 Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of bankeef

2. Date organized 3-//-/

Date suspended I

3. Federal reserve district

//

`a- -1
472

ci< Population of town or city*
9

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.


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Countyg
7

/17

6. Condition figures, as of (date)
Loans and discounts:
) —/,„
On real estate
.2- k/I

Other

$ 22 . /Q
/?

Total loans and discounts

Z,

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

?.i

9z

7,?
77 796,4 )
4

All other resources

6, bk- `
7 il

Total resources
Capital

Sarr0

Surplus and undivided profits

/57 zrds /7

Deposits:
g ri f
f

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

3

6.57
0 7S7
$ '57'3

Total deposits

43
/
4
,-

Borrowings from F. R. bank

,V2D0r

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

447\S'

Total liabilities
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.


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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
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

mounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

'Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed
i

.34 c.,1- —

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,
i)- /

q y, r

,,
,

24z v v, -

/ 7, 6

2 ,6 3

P- 7. 1

Secured claims. . .
Preferred claims...0.
/
ri"
thil .1.50.
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

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund
,

Total payments

.

.

.

Preferred claims.
General claims
Total claims. . .


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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
v
t

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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I

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If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

azfra

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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

E State bank
[11 Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
• Private bank

•
1. Name of bankCZ.A----/

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

Town or Cityt--'

Date suspende

sc,54

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R. System__

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

. A-(rCe
Z

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 >
(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.


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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

1-7,
1
05-)1-

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

7Z,‘

Other

'
$ 9 / 4/ .

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

141
71

All other resources

7-3

716

Total resources

t / t/C
9 • -4)

Capital

//,9t9v.

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

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

0
97-1/c 7.
1

Time deposits, including postal savings

7Z/1 Ca
'
$ //;% 2i4e*,
\S

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

If so give:

i73/

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.


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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:

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. .. .


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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?


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2/./e
)

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc

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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

61

Eli National bank

Name of State

D State bank
111 Trust company
ID Stock savings bank

Ei Mutual savings bank
El Private bank

•
1. Name of banVLY-0

a

P.-17

)
Town or Citc ,44.1

2. Date organized /- Jo - 4
-Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

0
( 5) 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.


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County

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7

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

$

On real estate

/31-,

//3

Other

‘ 17
41/37,17147

$

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

g 7 pf

7/

.5 /1 3 t
5

All other resources

h '7/0,13-7 2--°
WO,

Total resources
Capital

3 o5"6" 2/44
,

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

tifii

77

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

e' g,ZS 1,0o

Total deposits

Si/2 . 1
d;1? 7g ?

Borrowings from F. R. bank
/5.57 0 0

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

1/0
1
4
‘
1,f I 0 e37 /

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.


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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
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

mounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

f•
( 1 ,,
0-,t.,, ,j„,., ..._
,
.

.
/00 ''/

i , / ..,
ill ij
Secured claims.. . /i,.2.
)

Preferred claims.. /6 J 0 4 1 1 --)
'

,

A

•

General claims.. .
'!)

....'
(4 t
'

,_) 1 /
I

A

'-

Total claims..//6 t .9
?7 —

6

I

/6 , I

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. . .


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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?

110

(
1/ •/()

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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'

atiV

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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 acdount 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
El State bank
LI Trust company
EJ Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank
• Private bank

•

Town or City ,1-,444-"ele-t;

1. Name of bankCA--14.-

2. Date organized

I CI

Date suspende

3. Federal reserve district

0 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**

0
111

AA1-74--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.


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County )214 C-0-TA

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

t/j}4./../

r.

9d..;0

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

Z.19e

$

/1.

Other

$

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

N)
(j

Ze.c4i71
. 54

N?b

Investments

5909,

All other resources

Z

Total resources

,„.5-z4,
-

Capital

p.676;(000

Surplus and undivided profits

(7,'v33.

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

2D (r
i

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

P/4/ /
7 \
-

Tune deposits, including postal savings

0.

Vgl

Total deposits
/0,C 00.
17

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

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.


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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?

(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. ... 1 ,50 ô,
Preferred claims..

/
VP

7I 1 11D.
2
.1,

General claims....3

11 y-N3.
,

I
.

0

,

..•

A

Total claims. .. lig(016;13.

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


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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

S

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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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

L

State bank

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank.

O Private bank

•

C14

Town or Cit
7

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

-

Date suspende

c= a Population of town or city*
3

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

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.


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County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

1
f4

Loans and discounts:

s i 41, 345. )-,3

On real estate
Other

$403,33o

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

031

Investments
All other resources

9
/

4/(„c7

473,

Total resourbes

So, c,e90

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

/LIP
/4 7Z62.(9
1
4

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

/t3 53_03

Time deposits, including postal savings

$ .3 1.54,y3

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

70,.5ô

Borrowings from other banks

••
,
•

All other liabilities

9/ "
4

'MI

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened
Date of reopening

v

If so give:

--2 '-C
C z"

Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

to' 477441 CSA—ve
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.


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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

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?

110

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

,
Secured

claims

Preferred dlaims
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?


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If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

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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

2 State bank
0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

•
•
1. Name of ban

0/
_i

2. Date organized

I- 7-7---//

V1
j

/

Town or City

Date suspended (3

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 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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County

2

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

$

On real estate
Other

$

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

„,
/h

Investments

g7

g( 3
r

All other resources
Total resources

7 S,
7

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

/6)7n3

C4
k

Time deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

$ /3/ 7(7

g

d

•
•

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.


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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.

--

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. .. .


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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)

tri'l

t16

Failure of large debtor (Na e)
Other causes, (specify)

,

(
,
7

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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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
2 State bank
Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank
LI Private bank

•

•

1. Name of bank 7/ 1 ,
71 - .‘e-..-t--

2. Date organized

/7
0

3. Federal reserve district

aLf-f-t•

(Town or City

Jo Population of town or city*

Date suspended /

c)5 -4
?.

Member or nonmember of F. R System_ >41r---

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.


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7‘.3

74, IfJ0

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

$

On real estate

/4 71)0. —
743T.g rr —
1

Other

$

Total loans and discounts

67, 14-- o
„

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

3ff

Investments

o0

All other resources

70,700.00

Total resources
Capital

/5:0 012. 00
c

Surplus and undivided profits

/2,9 era 0

Deposits:
0o

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

// 31/7, 0,9

7/ v.

Tune deposits, including postal savings

$

Total deposits

3S:

27,7

Borrowings from F. R. bank
/
6C:0 00. —

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

,
7 170,0,

Total liabilities

7. IIas this bank been reopened?

2<2

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which ré6pened
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.


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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
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?

(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. . ..

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. .. .


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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?


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If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc

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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

0 State bank

LI Trust company
0 Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•

•
1. Name of banl

2. Date organized /tr2 - .
1 3

3. Federal reserve district

/jOe
(Vaown or

Date suspended

—

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

County

Population of town or city*

Z

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__.21-\

/

/

Outside city of parent

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

r

/„

11/ /
0

Other

91
1
el

$

Total loans and discounts

trt

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

.2i7Z421.4
1
3,

Investments

WS .3,031)'
6

All other resources

vl

5_:/

Total resources

—

Capital

/44

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

/ 4 10,‘,f 9
1

Time deposits, including postal savings

f 11-'0
$

Total deposits

g3 %id, 7.

Borrowings from F. R. bank
it-- I)
g;

Borrowings from other banks

. ..? ',.

All other liabilities

1

e7 5\7//

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.


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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

Secured claims

YIV,011-,13

Y34 '79/ 1'L

—

1/11,30 ci.('a
1

Preferred claims..

Payments from
guaranty fund

-Yt,,.11. I??
,

..
_

.
;'I-Y,to .5.do

General claims

Z

Total claims

Total payments

vry,30 sz. ,lz

/oo

,v3;/.99/:'7
1, n 1;5 2,, (
/

/00

/, t..5; ipt

i

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

10, 1

ye. 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

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments
,

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


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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)
4
./1
Other causes, (specify).

ØLIaa.,(c

62-

5sk

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 andfamounts 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
111

National bank

D' State bank
Trust company
Stock savings bank

11 Mutual savings bank
LI Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organized /

Town or City

70 5

Date suspended / /‘

3. Federal reserve district

""t
-4-74-(---k- County

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**

•

749- -,
14

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' clirectory.
** 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* OL '
-1.14- ,1
/f
Loans and discounts:

7Zg,
,

On real estate

;:
/9

Other

79,s

-

$

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

02.

Investments
All other resources

3

671-1Z

Total resources

#e„5o0e),

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

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

1
/31/
7V

7.

Time deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

$

'7
10

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

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.


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•

•

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

Secured claims. .. .
33 4 '
4 /

Preferred claims...
General claims. .. .

55/

Total claims. .. . 1/

/
dr?

/-

Total payments

,-.
,

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

-,
-

..de

7.

—

7,
/

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

If so give:

IIP

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. ...


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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

7 tirAt

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

i/ 7
i1 -5
1

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

Lket,&

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 ?_ZZati-


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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
111

National bank

0 State bank
Di Trust company

O Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
▪

Private bank

•

,

Town or City

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

.noy

7

bate suspended /

3. Federal reserve district

47 -1-16-4-c- County
-44
.

.6' Population of town or city*
1

Member or nonmember of F R System

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

Outside city of parent bank**

>62„

5. \Vas 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*)

/ 905O

Loans and discounts:

$

On real estate

13
,

Other
$

Total loans and discounts

84 737.
///

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

3 78ST
/

Investments

r‘74

All other resources

12 p

Total resources
Capital

-1/ 3

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

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

38, lo y.
4L I ,

$4.SIS7,

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

c 77 0
5 ,

All other liabilities

X/I080,

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.


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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
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

ounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..

Vie/.

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

7,So0.

Preferred claims...

Dividends paid from
collections

ii

41

1

frit

r

'q.
General claims. ... Xt /

—

Total claims....

io. 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
,

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. ..


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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)
:1:44 a7 iVeiVei / •
97
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
/
Other causes, (specify)

6m)yiza s

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 assessmentc

ktA_

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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
[1] National bank

LI State bank
• Trust company
r] Stock savings bank

LI Mutual savings bank
Li Private bank

•

•
1. Name of bank

—
2. Date organized /— 14

Town or City

(•

Population of town or city* 2C

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

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

Outside city of parent bank**

•

.-7Z(..--74-- ---

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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County La

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t

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

$

/
2. S32

Other

$

Total loans and discounts

9

‘/

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

7

All other resources

V2.

Total resources
Capital

/0 000.00
/

3 9410.16

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

/ 7 oi.3.3
1 4
b,
k

Total deposits
$

Tr/6 0 7
/ 7*

Borrowings from F. R. bank

/4 eoo,

Borrowings from other banks

0

All other liabilities
A

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

gi/S

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.


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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
2/If so give payments to date:
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation? t146
(A ounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_

/J r/1 lu-0
3,0 JV,"- qci, I
. , / /Ai
57.7
li

ILI
Preferred claims. . . O,o‘t
l'LI. 0 ..-A
General claims. . .. , i , 0 7
0
Total claims. . .. 7 ,4I 2.-

Secured claims.. . .• /3

..,"

•

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

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims


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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 (N
Other causes, (specify)

)
,

/'

t--/ v.1%

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

•

or agriculture?
,1?-44,141

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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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
• State bank
• Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
▪ Private bank

•
•

3
;cct.t. Town or City_- County—
-

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

/

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspende

a6.
1

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**

•

>G1--frt,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.


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

On real estate
Other

/

JI
6.

S' /7
c- 7

o
--

$ 0 2,
5-

Total loans and discounts

07.

06
1

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

7'7IS*

Investments

/cf

All other resources

—
0. --

J /‘

Total resources
Capital

20 DOO,
/

Surplus and undivided profits

0, 00C. — /

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

o 00

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

/e3/0

Tune deposits, including postal savings

272.

4//

Total deposits

0

•
•

Borrowings from F. R. bank

/0 coo. Co
1

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

1

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

/i49

00

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.


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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

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

, 24-.

I -,,'

/6

A,
..s.

5v3z, 7P.

7
)..

L.7.1

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
,

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


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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?

•

Vtev

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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-.7
/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
11

National bank

lir State bank
El Trust company
• Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
[I] Private bank

•
1. Name of bank14-4442
"be

2. Date organized

/

9 ./Z
`

Date suspende

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City 41.

/

i9 id

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R Syste

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

--1 11
1/
6

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.


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County

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

On real estate

p0

/„ 2 37
5 /

Other

_

0

$ 2/J. c57
1

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

0(7

0 .

AO
/

Investments

.32
,

All other resources

1/ . 0
/ 2
1

Total resources
Capital

A 00,,

—

Surplus and undivided profits

/f
/

—

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including 13. S. Govt. deposits

/6
,

oo. a o
4t/I1' i2 0

Tune deposits, including postal savings

$

Total deposits

2

•

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

2 6 i/rZ. 00
6e

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.


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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
c:

0
-

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

_

7A
1/ 457,
Preferred claims..
General claims.. . C65Z/‘),
Total claims.. . ‘20A279

Secured claims.

.

/ (e (-,

I

1
'r

ir a
Pri

4

..„...-

f

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.
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

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments
•

Secured

claims

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


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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
.i/1/

or agriculture?

„2, , , ,,,,„,,7

If so, state w at industry or t
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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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
O State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
--7-ctivX a Town or City 4,411-iett_4
7
own

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

/— /7 —/cY

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

1- ,/-

09

5-0
Population of town or city* /0 0

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

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

)7Ze-7,1X

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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County 4.

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

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
—
ij s . s 2 6

Investments

7

All other resources

7// i / 0. , )
6
/31. ,,,
/
4

Total resources

o0

7- ;0C-- 0 0, 0 (-)
i

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

ii 37 7< ° ('
/'

Deposits:

i/Zo, a d

Due to banks**

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

t//,° 7/ .

Time deposits, including postal savings

7'
52 —

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

Jo. ceo. —

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

I/

/fed

d

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.


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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

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 .

Payments from
guaranty fund
,

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

fQA-144

VP..€41

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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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
[j] National bank
State bank
▪ Trust company

LJ Stock savings bank
ID

Mutual savings bank

• Private bank

WA'County

1. Name of ban

4
- 7 Date suspended
2. Date organized 4 — ki 0

3. Federal reserve district

r
C-9

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.


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>tt;1

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

On real estate

i I 298,
/

1dg

Other

$10

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

' \700
Z

Investments

r3 g,3/

All other resources
Total resources

261, 773

Capital
7 4/
7
-

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

Y383'.

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

/1/8 0)
/
1

$m151/

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

0/ 7:73

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopene

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.


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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 pricess of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims. .. .

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Payments from
guaranty fund

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

r

Preferred claims..
General claims. ...

_..

Total claims....
i
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

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

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

0

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

•

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

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

•
7
1. Name of banka k,

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City(

-

-19Z-- Date suspended

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.


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County

of

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

4

//I. / t

Loans and discounts:

s 4/,

On real estate

/93a

ii_OO 6pr. S 9

Other

$ ‘6/
t9J4‘fr),

Total loans and discounts

/, 00(9,o 0

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

7

Investments

41 419.6,1
1
ISI/3 q,

39

All other resources

14X3c;),

Total reiources

0oa,0 0
z 1,sq,

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

$

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

0%09.

2303)
$
1

q/793./A0

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

l,30,00,),0c)

Borrowings from other banks

1-1--q_o

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

)(A)

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


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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.

•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

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
cause7

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
i; •

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

•

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
State bank

[1] Trust company
[I] Stock savings bank
El

Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

•
atAi-le

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

°

Date suspended
d
.._-- —

Town or City

Z0
‘7
, .____Q___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**

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.


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County

eliCy

7S

4

,

,e3

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

2

On real estate

e), a z)

C7r„5

Other

,51,
$

Total loans and discounts

re5e,J 0

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

700,0

5,

Investments

7,0 0
1 a. .5To
7

/2 /-1/
7

All other resources
Total resources

/ ,
0

Capital

741,

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

"S
.
c5T,

• 0 4)

7.3

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
C
7g
—44.`

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.


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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

Payments from
guaranty fund

Dividends paid from
collections

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

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

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 /41
'1

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

y°,2es7

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

•

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
State bank

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

.0 Private bank

•
ounty

1. Name of ban

—
2. Date organized 7

0—

3. Federal reserve district

Z/ Date suspended 1
/

,949

1 Population of town or city*
/
.r

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.


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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

c.31

;,/

Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate

.5-48 :
‘‘05/ 36

Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

65 7_,

Investments

0

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

/3/ t-fc'

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

/to‘77-f
6

Time deposits, including postal savings

1s7
$ 37z .34

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

f
,
7/

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.


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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. ..

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

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims


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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?


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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

• State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

0 Private bank

•
a

7

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

/

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Town or Cityty)Ce-l

7yP

Jo 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.


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0

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
/
$ II6

Total loans and discounts

c
:4

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

S 0, L7 (.)
0
-

Investments

0

‘2

All other resources

0,,P D

Total resources
Capital

‘%37. 0 0

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

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

7,0,
1
4Y,V71 6) °
//

o0

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.


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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?

mounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..

13 oa41,

General claims.. ..

Payments from
guaranty fund

i
1.3 %8.

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/, 060 .

Preferred claims...

•
Dividends paid from
collections

I.
fro

i

i

,

—1....

1 /‘0/ .
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. . ..


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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)1.4-4,2''

474.^

-121y
)

,; 1.
4

ati

Failure of large debtor (Name)
A

•

Other causes, (specify)

-01

1 -/1

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?
j4T- 6-• t
-


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If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments /D
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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
State bank

LI Trust company
LI Stock savings bank
IJ Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

A

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

egS6

3. Federal reserve district

6

Date suspended

Town or City, f--f--"6'tl-e- i4A2ZCounty‘
Av
z
41
/
144-1
/A-

// vo 30

C=5
-

Population of town or city*

Iember or nonmember of F R. System_

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

Outside city of parent bank**

X

elt-r-da_

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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o0

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

On real estate
Other

////,

fa 0

ig7,2/3,0u

4.”,/,07

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
\\%
Investments
All other resources

/

I.,,5- Yr 0 0

Total resources
000. 0 0

Capital
;-.,/,'

Surplus and undivided profits

-O0

Deposits:
$

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

647
,

16. 0

dS1-1,

Tune deposits, including postal savings

$ /n7,

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

t) 0

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

boo,00

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.


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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

_

l.
//
Secured claims. . .. 4 1 g1 1.-Ct
),
Preferred claims... / D 6 0.5Z .
General claims. ...

/

L

N

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

\

-t

Total claims. .

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

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Secured claims
'

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims.


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.

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)e.
Failure of large debtor (Name)
.

C

tier c
.

.e.

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 assessmentc

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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

KIV State bank
0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•

)
,
1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

Town or City

270Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

tiAA4 t.7.;ounty

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R System

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

//1)/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.


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/ ,tS
1

7l31
-

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

$ 3/500.

On real estate
Other

4C 199
4

Total loans and discounts

$2
g'a,C

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

3S ,4W7

All other resources

a
37'g

Total resources
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

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

/0 774
1
/3 I /S:

av) azz‘.
,
,

Total deposits

$1
7

14/

Borrowings from F. R. bank

0,

tO 0

Borrowings from other banks

/61

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

e IP
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 travfellers' checks outstanding.


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

'AP

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?

(Am unts 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.

A
LA

..

Preferred claims

t

I
s.

17

4i

General claims
- -Adal ...ii A

Total claims

/1

0

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.
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


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\

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 /AZ

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

9/

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

•

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

II] State bank

LI Trust company
[1] Stock savings bank
ID

Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. SystetTL___

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.


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J .1 -7

Z4

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

fet3 0

Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate

ql '7 17L q.

Other
Total loans and discounts

$

3

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

ze ,e)
6, q 1 *)

Investments
All other resources

gel,V02.

Total resources

/40,000.

Capital

/,00ea

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

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

SO/.
3'7\
6
I1,0
1.
$

Total deposits

g1,2 2.

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Z/500.
)

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

g 141.

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

YVO

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.


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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
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Zg

Secured claims

General claims

Payments from
guaranty fund

r

I,
Fr ,
_ ....

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.

:,

6
.
5 S/ /
4
\ " g

Total claims

Total payments

..

/SO •

6,S),..C.
V ir,f6.

Preferred claims

110

Dividends paid from
collections

1

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. . . .


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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?

474.-ek


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If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments /00

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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
Er State bank

LI Trust company
[1] Stock savings bank
EJ

Mutual savings bank

El Private bank

1. Name of ban LA
I
K
/

2. Date organized

z'
-it

Town or City

Date suspended

/‘

Population of town or city*

-0
/
3. Federal reserve district

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.


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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

„
•

.1

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

• f$i
,

$

Total loans and discounts

gi

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

‘,g,_coo

) 7 r3
r)
/

Investments

f
49

All other resources
Total resources

c)
‘ O, d 0 0
4

Capital

.
5
5.3 61
'

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
4
/
/94/4

$

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

34. V 5'

Time deposits, including postal savings

‘

1
$

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

Yoe

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. has this bank been reopened?

4 / 1 t7
/
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.


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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. ...

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


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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 corresponde&rt(Nam)
Failure ofiarge atebtor G\Tame
Other causes, (specify)..

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/

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?


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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

22

[1] National bank
Name of State

Er State bank
[:] Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank
EJ

4044-4:4

Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

—/

Date suspended //— //—

3. Federal reserve district

C 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.


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County

=?.

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

et
,
$

On real estate

ey'V di/

—

Other
Total loans and discounts

,9 L1_

$

wYL<0

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
62 ? d
) 3

Investments
All other resources
Total resources

13'2

g 1/

o
/0)

Capital

-7/

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

3V

$

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

Jo

/ 9V
,

Total deposits

g
$

.3!5

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

/ -

e

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.


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

If so give:

/e?
Z

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
-fri/

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed
/ -

Dividends paid from
collections

? 1 9q
,

/

(9 .1 ? .C1 */.

Secured claims. . ..

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

/

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

)/ '"V

,-

Preferred claims...

,/.fa
General claims... . —,:tiztiem."A;

2/ 2

i
Ei,

-

6?, il/

/70
r_ .7/4
,
/

Total claims....

„

,. -

..----

7.

• (--'

•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

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims


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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 (N me)
Other causes, (specify)

A.(ii& GC

t,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?

'V

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

14-- rt.
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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
r] National bank

10t
Name of State

D-7 State bank
LI Trust company
III Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of banaA-4 -4
4 /

2. Date organized

:7
2- ,-// Date suspended /I"/cC 4opulation of town or city* -I/

Member or nonmember of F R System

3. Federal reserve district

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

•

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.


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)-e4

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

64 g

Other

$

Total loans and discounts

11

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
//‘) 73/

Investments
All other resources

IY C
4
?

,0 3),

Total resources
Capital

‘

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

7 15';'J

)

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

))7St

Time deposits, including postal savings

c9 'Y„/// 2:/

Total deposits

$

'IC l'72/
7

67

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

7. Has this bank been reopened?

/51 \
°3

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 outstanding.


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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

Payments from
guaranty fund

Dividends paid from
collections

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

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty,fund

Total payments

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


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—

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)
tc-c/i
Other causes, (specify)

(41-t•

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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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
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53

National bank
Name of State

NI State bank
Trust company
Stock savings bank

Av;(%

Mutual savings bank
Private bank

O
Town or City

1. Name of bank(1

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Date suspended

Member or nonmember of F R. System_

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

Outside city of parent bank**

17ZeVie,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.


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County

7/ ?'

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

$

tSO

ti4LCG,S4

Other

.4
$ S /76

Total loans and discounts

i, Voa

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments
All other resources

da
)
_1/,

Total resources

4300,0 1'
*-6'

Capital

3 pC,C`P
/

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

3

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

74

33?
L1,

78

Time deposits, including postal savings

$

Total deposits

‘1,/_3 4 36
7

Borrowings from F. R. bank
/1 ,%SD
7

Borrowings from other banks

oc)
—

•

All other liabilities
'1
I/ 704

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.


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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
,/,
, C /*/ If so give payments to date:
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?
mounts in_dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

JW-

64,3 /
-

ti

Secured claims. ..

/1

0.

Preferred claims.. . #
General claims. . ..

0

/

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/70/7, . . _

20 7"---.

y

33. 41

3lii

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

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

claims

Preferred claims.
(;eneral claims.
Total claims


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,

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 (N

e)

Other causes, (specify)...

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

•

or agriculture?
-.7 •
if

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

/1/
./.

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

_z_70
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sion?

q

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


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00

71/

If so, give dates an‘,
mounts of all assessments

e 44'

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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
Ell State bank

LI Trust company
II] Stock savings bank
[I] Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

Town or City

2. Date organized /7
1

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Date suspended

(-6
-

Member or nonmember of F. R. Syste

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

•

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.


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County,

/2

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

ZI ', / ' 2/
Lyf / 9

Loans and discounts:

7K__56,

On real estate

$
/155

Other

$ 1i/a

Total loans and discounts

33'

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

0e\ L

,4
,7
,33
g0

? /
d

All other resources

7(.51,0

Total resources

6

voiR

/5 o C`
/
72

Capital

,91

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

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

"V, 3o i71

A'I q33

eg6,1,0 y
$ 17 7..°"1 t/
/

Borrowings from F. R. bank

L,a

Borrowings from other banks

o

es
—

All other liabilities
0 /
1 51‘ 1 1
/

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 call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.


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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
J.6?

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

,

1'i
—

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments
.•,

_

i/g q. 3.)--/
, 7,

Secured claims. . .

71 1)'-g )/---1

Preferred claims..

/VCD 4 -52
/

.5- 7,
‘

541 g oCiz

f,—
go? /i

4,
-VI 47.-Y
I( ,

General claims.. . /

72,

Total claims. . . /71.07
071.41
\...
1

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

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

67L

i r ..,$0
-

ii,3
.7. 6
i
3(0 , ?

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


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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( ame)

.>

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?


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If so, give dates and mounts 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

fl National bank
State bank
El Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank
El Private bank

•
1. Name of bank_g
2. Date organized

Town or Cit-l/dee- County gfr

Date suspended / J/IC Population of town or city* /

3. Federal reserve district

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

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

•

Outside city of parent bank**

177,6

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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ao o

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

KiLc

c.-.

/91

Loans and discounts:
$ 74000, a c,)

On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$ 2e 5/k1 1 . 1
3,
/

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
1/

Investments

7

(1.0

All other resources

7<5 /) c3
: .
-

o.e,i'.4,,_912

3g

Total resources
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

/

aJ

;,

7 cc3 .14/

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

-3 490, 17.
1

Total deposits

$

Borrowings from F. R. bank

oov.

Borrowings from other banks

•

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

fVV

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.


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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
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

mounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ...

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

At'k b el,..•
e

S6 yi .
,

Preferred claims.../ c-, /

.- ,
C ll .-k' '

/1,e"

General claims.. .

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

7Li. 7
t I

V

Total claims... J V/ e/ 1/,

ia

-1-1-411Q-7

60 t 3
,

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. . ..


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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(
Other causes, (specify)

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

:

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

VA
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A1,! .):"'Y.

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 asessments
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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

47

National bank
Name of State
EY State bank

LI Trust company
r] Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

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1
k
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1. Name of bank

Town or Cit

2. Date organized

2727 Population of town or city* /1 4
11

3. Federal reserve district

- Z/ Date suspended

'`c

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.


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6. Condition figures, as of (date*

11241—v

/ qc=.

Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate

00

Other
/,7/6

Total loans and discounts

95d

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

7
f:

d7
1
S 74

All other resources
Total resources

zytts7/1/

Capital

Li'

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

70/,?
4

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

$

4,g; lftg 7s?

Borrowings from F. R. bank
'
1
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1 - 1-.
4

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.


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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
If so give payments to date:

•
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation

mounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

op

d ,,s ,o, —
,

Secured claims. .. . ‘, 4
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Preferred claims...

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General claims... t

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Total claims.. ..,

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Total payments

74

II 4 ‘
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Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/c-O,
0•

.2,7
10.

to

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


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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?

•

/71

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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/oo(t1

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

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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
NY State bank
EJ Trust company
E] Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

•
1
1. Name of Silcjq-41e7

2. Date organized

— 3—/f

3. Federal reserve district

1
6(-4-6- Town or Cit

Date suspended

c5

County

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__ >2 -I---1-11

•

Outside city of parent bank**

,4-74x

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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17Za,

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
57;‘
/

Investments

7, 7/4 6

/,'

4,3gT:r1

All other resources

,,, r
L5
Total resources
/ ..)'/

Capital

4, 0 °--O
/

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
f:

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

,376
/3, 4/-,1/

Total deposits

/ <> /S
; .
)
—

$

Borrowings from F. R. bank

Se?

Borrowings from other banks

2
4

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.


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

_./0

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?

i/

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?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

Collections:
. From liquidation of assets
ii7k

From assessments on shareholders

/

Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Clairris allowed

Secured claims

/>.‘,)
7

Dividends paid from
collections

/ tr--- > 86 2- 2
I ,

Payments from
guaranty fund

F 4,,1

Preferred claims
General claims....L3, '714
Total claims.


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27

'ii8,y//.06

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

XV

/00 ji 2
/
/0
0
/0-

7
' / 1 ,0 G

/i t 1-4

n.*

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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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

LII National bank
2 State bank
/
LI Trust company
LII Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

II Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

apti(

2. Date organized

Town or City

Date suspended C
6

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 ban

•

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.


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County

A

)

/7tiv

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

$

oc.)

10
//

Other

/346

$

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

, (
1-2 -,9-(-,G S.

6 772r;
-

Investments

r
C‘,
ic

All other resources

/

'2 8

Total resources
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

g !.

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

f-EgR

/c

Time deposits, including postal savings

Y.)/AC 7.1c9

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

tit

/

Total liabilities

7. Ilas 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.


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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. . . .

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
,

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?


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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

2 State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
0 Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

•
1. Name of ban

00-il

2. Date organize

Town or Cit

Date suspended /

3. Federal reserve district

/
7

J
. 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.


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/

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

6
5
/

/9c30

Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate
Other

/77/(/'. --

Total loans and discounts

$
r;"

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

0‘,
c34

7
/

Investments

71,a a
0
S4,a
-

All other resources

o

7y./,37,

2

Total resources

/5 00a.

Capital

c,cc2

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

,c.0;

/,
4/

0

c 1/,0 0
,z

16,

,
? /52.0 0

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

1
4;

Borrowings from other banks

a z)

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

271,13

1)

od

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.


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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
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. ..

S‘ / 1 3.

Preferred claims...

.
General claims. .. /5,9„37 3
g.
3
Total claims. .. & ,/1/ 3 ,

• Has this bank been finally liquidated?
10.
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)

O

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

,
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
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

)
6a-MTA.

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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/"4
/00

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

111)

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 State bank
111 Trust company
[l] Stock savings bank

LI Mutual savings bank
LI Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

Town or City

/

Date suspended //

3. Federal reserve district

0 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.


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County

/0

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

On real estate

1LC- , 0c)

Other
$

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

_Zr/,

All other resources

c)

dO,

Total resources

')/0, (.20
0 00

Capital

a //.

Surplus and undivided profits

00

Deposits:
71 / 0
.

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

/Sri i/7S.0
D0

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

7

All other liabilities

7 4qi/O,

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening 7)L-4---1-4ic)

If so give:
e
/ / ,3\
•

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.


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c)

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

11111 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

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


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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)
-14/61 I
Failure of correspondent (Name) (%4

711C4,t/c/V
,

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 •

z

2f 17,Ke

4-44-x_4,71,/A-0

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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`dc)

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessment

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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
State bank
Trust company
Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

Town or City0--2-1 /-e-- County
1
1

0

7

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 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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110

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

^-'
l4t- ,191-

(2/4 ./t 3
7 .0
,

Loans and discounts:
$ 33,70/

On real estate
Other

$ /06,10T1,

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

1
/
/
eS,S,e3o

Investments

3\- -1/
1/
14, RD 1.

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

1/ / t)0
.

13,

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

4,100e.

Tune deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

1.

$

Borrowings from F. R. bank

'3/,
-/‘3'1

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

744,801,

Total liabilities

7. 1Ias 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.


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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?

mounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

,

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims.

2g

General claims..

53,

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0,

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PA4

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3
471.C.

Total claims. .

1111 10.

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

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

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims.


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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)

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

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

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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

a- State bank
1:11

Trust company
Stock savings bank

fl Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•
1. Name of bant
144

2. Date organized

Zrown or City

a Population of town or city*

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

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.


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

On real estate

30,

Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

-27

Investments
All other resources
Total resources
Capital

/

Surplus and undivided profits

°

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

t73,),

Time deposits, including postal savings

if 207
/

Total deposits

$

'
67941t.

Borrowings from F. R. bank

17/ ")- 17

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

/s/f7fif

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.


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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

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?
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


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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)
Failureof correspondent (Name)
of
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)..

C I •
-it.'

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?

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

4
1. Name of bank0 ~

2. Date organized

2 -41

/4Town or Cit

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

,30 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**

&c2—e-t-(

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

0 120-J
/ .
9
7
/e)
6.2

Total loans and discounts

437.6
00
,2 if )74 0 o

$ c5 /,
71

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
72
)

Investments

.-2‘

All other resources
Total resources

)0 ,)00, 0
•-

Capital

74*

Surplus and undivided profits

00

0

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

//-/4 di LI
// /
16i

1/

fr--

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,
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Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

IDOOt

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

fo
61
,111 419 "?-3
,

a

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

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/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 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.


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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
.,"7"
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
mounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_

0,
c6 0oa,—
-

,
)
Secured claims... . e5D G 013 -

General claims..
Total claims

-

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1
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4,3o D. 6, p
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Preferred claims..

/x /,r, —
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66 5
1) 6 1)

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10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

(y
,.
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r1.0 , 2••.
9'
.

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$
t

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


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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?


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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
111

National bank

LI State bank
11] Trust company
Fi Stock savings bank
EI

Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•
L4./
1. Name of bank 64

2. Date organized

A f l
>°-‘ - e'Le-11--

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Town or "
City
61 -e&----'
/
4
0

66

// 360 3 Population of town or city* /
0

Member or nonmember of F. R. Systern_____

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.


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County 4 11-17..

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

,;/ 0.;

On real estate
Other

$

Total loans and discounts

id/0

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

b570

31/ 0

Investments

MI 9/ /. 0

All other resources

O

/e3f./14 00

Total resources

6 000,0 0
,
1

Capital

/7.

Surplus and undivided profits

00

Deposits:
$

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

o0
1
J/, ,i/a,0
00
4 V

Total deposits

Iff
".4/' c)
Borrowings from F. R. bank

a,
7/, 7.1-

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

0
J39,I' 0

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.


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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..

/.6. C gs g.

??--P

7C
g4kc.6 °. .

General claims

.1/7

Total claims.

%73gi,

-

11110 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

,
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

-e A
What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen76
.

sion?

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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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

2 State bank
/

11
LI
LI
LI

Trust company
Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
Private bank

Ar-e-e/ Town or City

j
4
1. Name of bank C

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

/PC

Date suspended /7

05
-

‘
30 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.


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County

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14v114
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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

/947

Loans and discounts:
/dra

On real estate

o

ZWC ,
„

Other

$ .37 7,, „
/

Total loans and discounts

LS',

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
0

Investments

77.

0

3 /7 7. 0 0
/

All other resources

5 /J°

Total resources

/ O.

Capital

o o 0.

—

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

2e3/

Due to banks**

°

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

/7

00

c.)
0
a3croao

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

P/

Borrowings from other banks

0D

All other liabilities
jeceo a

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.


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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
/-72/

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

7 4.Y.

Secured claims....7 t

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

r

1 /7

Preferred claims

02

General claims..

I
,,
,

/

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. .


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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

,z

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

elk

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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-

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sion?

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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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
State bank
Trust company
Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank
Private bank

•
4
/
CZ/Town or City A2
,1

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

iqi

Date suspended

421 County

3
/ /c/ o Populationof town or city*
of

3. Federal reserve district

1\'ember 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.


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1

/qc150

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

$

•2/"2

7,00

Other
$ ifccZ7/

Total loans and discounts

J.
/

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

/

o
a

Investments
All other resources

Z,J1-

00

2/ /7, L/‘/,

Total resources

--

Capital
/‘

Surplus and undivided profits

r5. /, —
'
-

Deposits:
Due to banks**

-; 1/ ----

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

L// C/ $, ..----

Tune deposits, including postal savings
$ /Z277t, 00

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

000.00
932/.

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

(4
(7. IIas this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:

6 /9J /

Name under which e9pened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims

.A..
I
lar

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.


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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:

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. .. .


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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 (Na e
Failure of correspondent (Name)

Me, A
afitwatc, 74c

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

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

El State bank
LI Trust company
• Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
• Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

--Town or City

/QO3

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspende

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.


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

/7
4

On real estate

$

Other

P/D
t,”p

Total loans and discounts

a

$
nC 0
ilf , 0 , o0

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

i7/07 0,
do,0 ,>
5d.

Investments
All other resources
Total resources
Capital

ScS:i/

Surplus and undivided profits

o

Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

diq,b , 0 4
241 ,

6

Tune deposits, including postal savings

d „
,S7/70.C.-3

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

/
6/7 .?6 1/,o

Total liabilities

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

If so give:
vv.-- /7 /9„5
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.


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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:

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. . ..


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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

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

11110

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

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
1
bank suspended?


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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

0 State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of banlc(Ac--LA-,/

2. Date organized

e Population of town or city* /o019
9

'7
7 Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

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.


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County X4-t,r it

/

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

/97 a 0
76,

On real estate

$

Other

i; /0
i 1
4

°O
$ 000r3/ 0 0

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

/5013. 0 0

Investments

id
r

//
1

1

5V. _3
517/7

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

000.

0

/i9 LCO
/

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

/

t3

72,,r7v
/

)'d
/

Total deposits

$

Vi(),S

Borrowings from F. R. bank
0, 0O0 0 0

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

1/ / 4/ ,
7 /
;
)
If so give:
/C /Lic
)

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.


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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

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

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims


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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
z
V

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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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

Ei

State bank

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of ban1

2. Date organized

Town or City 1 -(A
121

6

0

17-

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended /0

TY

-

Population of town or city* /37

lember 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.


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County

-

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)4<-4--/-; •

2
4

e
P

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

g

$

15, o 00

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
5 r?‘
)

Investments

/(r)

/2 4Z 7
-7,

All other resources

eq,,67,4, 1 /
"/"

Total resources
Capital

7Yi 750

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

)8
1

7

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

11

797

Total deposits

$3

Borrowings from F. R. bank
7AZ VS 7

Borrowings from other banks

e)
'

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

Og_61

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.


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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

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?
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

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

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)
t-fro A ii

Other causes, (specify)s')A-1444-4

7/tel-

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

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
• State bank
0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

0 Private bank

•
1. Name of ban

,
a, t./G
t

2. Date organize

OSVA-60 - -z-ti
1

Town or City

Date suspended_Zgf/

3. Federal reserve district

a'X-C-e-- Count_
41
`

Population of town or city*

lember or nonmember of F. R System_

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

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.


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/JIG

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

$ / 7f
/
er5
i

Other
Total loans and discounts

$ 7 ‘ "()
1/0
(-\
b,2 0
gf
-

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

7,

All other resources
Total resources

IA) 0 0

_____

Capital

5 000.
c' 6.

Surplus and undivided profits

/7 S 0.
'
0

0

147

(>0

Deposits:
$

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

/
0c.c

7I

Tune deposits, including postal savings

/S4

/0 6,
$

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

/0 1/

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

j_irc
e .24)
l

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reo
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.


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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.

ID 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. . . .


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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

-.464

11,i

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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6

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
National bank
DV State bank

Liii Trust company
LI Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank
El Private bank

Town or Cityounty

1. Name of banl-

2. Date organized

"

‘7 Z Population of town or city* /24
.
'

`245ate 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**

A:
‘7714AI

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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74

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

o

$

On real estate

3 ,X-90 g

Other
Total loans and discounts

3g/ ?70
co6
2
`91(40

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

-=7
4

1/ -

,4 .
/

Investments
All other resources

C

Total resources
/0,o óa

Capital

9
/ 44a Z'

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

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

,
197
9

3//171 -6-1
0
71- 9 7-6

Total deposits

$

3
7,Z7t

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

g

Total liabilities
7. has this bank been reopened?

1.3

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.


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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
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?

(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. .

• 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. ..


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Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fitnd

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those d 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 suspen0--/,
sion?

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

•

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
• State bank

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of bankLZ

2. Date organized

/‘

Date suspended

c':3

3. Federal reserve district

0 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.


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County

419

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

-y7

Loans and discounts:

it

$

On real estate

Z7,21.5 D

Other

$3o 7,i/G 7 a
—

Total loans and discounts

4,475

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

1/7

Investments

A

All other resources

y

N"

3 g°,

Total resources

o

Capital

S0

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

$

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

L.314 75.

i3
,.31 t of 7
V03 16 71,n
$ 1/90,10 ,
,
/

Total deposits

0

Borrowings from F. R. bank

3g,

Borrowings from other banks

0 e
'

All other liabilities

3 to7oi,5'

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.


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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 clai,ms
Total
/ If so give payments to date:
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?
/IA/
mounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

.1

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

t,.0 7
/

Secured claims. ..

,
4 0 / --- •

Preferred claims.

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

la.-

f

General claims.
Total claims. . .

73 6 )(3
,„

q', 3

6 ol q / r

0 il
/'

/

• 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


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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?

St1:77-0-,
.

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

fft-irt--tjti( LG
,
Q

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

9

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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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

E3'

State bank

[I] Trust company
• Stock savings bank

LI Mutual savings bank
• Private bank

•
,
aTown or Cit

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

-

1 Date suspended 2
-2,--2
4

3. Federal reserve district

County

. 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**

of

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

$
c‘
00e

Other

33
i,33 156
,

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

-C.0

I71 `1
I
3

l3
16

All other resources

£7 3 \Lib
11
.

113, 7ro

Total resources

o

g-42

Capital

)
d/
4

Surplus and undivided profits

/1 *Y°S
'i)1

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

350\
70

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

1/.C,

.3

7

$ /07 045
\

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

1/0 000
/

Borrowings from other banks

.""

All other liabilities

90
it

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

77o

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.


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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
g. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Claims allowed

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

",42
1
If so give payments to date:
'
Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

-9'
3r,(9,f3--

Total payments

27,

c,-lialy
S/38

0

,
•

Li `vg ;1-

g 14a
‘ ....____

.`3) ,?\ et
r

•10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

91,g 7
6
53
,
-

70

a7,3 7o

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. .


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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)
i
ILAtddi;

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

Did the slow, doubtfu or w rthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry tor type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen/
sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voli tary 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 assess

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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
O

National bank

2 State bank
0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

1. Name of barc/0
j
I: -7

2. Date organized

/

7-z/

Town or City

Date suspended

—

-

County

Populatiori of town or city*

r4.
3. Federal reserve district

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.


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

$

On real estate

7, a s)--

0,0

Other

—

Total loans and discounts

$ 0.57
/

/

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

‘
,,3„

6-

Investments
All other resources

/
7
6 ./9.
/ #
d
0 4o

Total resources

/

Capital

0 O°

Surplus and undivided profits

d

Deposits:
$

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

t.Q-Y
Y CTI

1-1- 0:3 7

e

oc

$

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

' Yr.
2
•

Borrowings from other banks

aC
4
1

)'

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.


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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. . .

IP

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


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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)..(Al(4

34/

if/
/

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

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

O State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of bankidi-1/kt

2. Date organized

27 Z/Population of town or city*
Date suspended 2771-,

3. Federal reserve district

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.


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

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

77 a. g.5*

1q59 41)
//)

775 6,g-C

All other resources

9

Total resources

>7—

Xt-t)

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

$

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

0.56

Time deposits, including postal savings
$

Total deposits

9/
\
/

Borrowings from F. R. bank
f) cL

Borrowings from other banks

7/

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

/

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.


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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

Secured claims. . .

,/ 0

,
0
Z il/L7-' —

Dividends paid from
collections

/
k/01 / .)/t Vi

,
7 d c c ).-

7 t-ofi./q)8 1 \, b

Preferred claims.
General claims
Total claims. .

Payments from
guaranty fund

/,5 7',0,
/
.--,,
..: v

......

1111 10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/0 0, •
ze,/yd .'!
4
c 1_
-'),
0.0 e;g4

...,_
.. . . .

62 257 iZ?
.

Total payments

2
cI,
9

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

,
Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. .. .


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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)
.

PL-

Other causes, (specify)
tlex--e%

-14
iS" 1

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
Ii7!'it,
t

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

- '

e

,

et/

1

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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c-?
°
,X••

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

41-6-e(4

7/4itA
,1

i
-/- /9k,

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ale At-li,

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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
• State bank
O Trust company
ID Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
)
2--14Z
1. Name of bank (1

2. Date organized 4'

2l41611A
'

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

612-72-1
(
`L

/— c-30 Population of town or city*

41/

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.


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County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

;.(./

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$ 2 -//
4

Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

Investments

dO,
_2gv. /I
j.
-2-

210. 2v.

, ; 1e.C,-W1
tc, f

s7.ril, 3o

All other resources

IL09'Ci

Total resources

S-11
7,

Capital

/00 00/9. 0 0

Surplus and undivided profits

10,3
/

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

9/0 / 41,

Time deposits, including postal savings
$ 7/1//214/

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

LaS
-000.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

0gi

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.


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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:

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)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

/Jo aoo,-

561 000,Secured claims. . .. /0
Preferred claims..

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/ana

39,

4LL5b-ir-

41

General claims. . . ‘Zi _ ./44'''
Total claims. ..

Total payments
v

7t x
3

-

7,2

Se 3 /I
5 1(
/

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


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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 aculture

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

/

V°

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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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

El

State bank

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

Town or City

Date suspended $(--

3. Federal reserve district

/
1
4
Ia Population of town or city*

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.


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County

GeY

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

2)4//

7/ 17

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

//,?

7

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

/,
,9,/i/‘5,/1
/

$

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

•

000,00

Borrowings from other banks

ilgy?,/k/

All other liabilities

41ig 4 41g `
/
.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.
4'4' Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.


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.
4
8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
,
'et( 1
.4-1-v/ff
7
Name of bank by which taken over /4-1d, di7
Date taken over

(g:Awyte'

((

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

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

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund
,

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
C
Failure of,
afffiie*ed 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?

/W"

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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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

O State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
. -1-4
1. Name of bank 941

2. Date organized /2

O

i*Fown or City

/
7 Date suspended 1 -

3. Federal reserve district

—

61"/-14t1 County
-1'

Jo 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**

4,1

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*)

°
,6124,e
-K

31, /?,?7

Loans and discounts:

$ 213,5L

On real estate

/31, 3 2-- \ZC

Other

$ / 744 92-7\31

Total loans and discounts

7
oz

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

1-7,9

All other resources
144 h

Total resources
Capital

g4 7
11

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

/ g

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

9
1/6, 775 CC
'
$

Total deposits

1lg I/ 75

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

4
1 7Z3 g00\e

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.


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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:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
,G

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

mounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

/I ,100.—•
'

claims

./f fa
c

General claims.. . lid(

/4)0

/.,i

r e'l
I-

Total claims

-

/6i (/2

,

,
/‘ ii0 --

Preferred claims

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

q ' q5L

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

6, q

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


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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)

-t--4
4
,1A4

kvvvg

a

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

•

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
State bank
[1] Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank
LI Private bank

•
.
ett-ie
1. Name of bank a

2. Date organized /g

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Date suspended

6
-P/-

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.


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Countygh.t. 1&?0

r; ,
)
,e-;

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

hi /930
/

Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate

.33,

Other
$ Z77.C23
i7 .

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts.#
s
Investments

44% '3/.
..53Z,0/4,

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

.5o10.0o,

Surplus and undivided profits

/

9,Z70,

Deposits:
$

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

/ ///.
,2

7/,
543.
203,c

Total deposits

$

Z7 \CC4.
(

Borrowings from F. R. bank

4750,

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:

121tv)l.6iV4 i91
/
,
,
S

Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

4LAIL)
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.


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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 cfaims
Total claims. ...

411 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. .. .


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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)

r•"'

\L--(1.e7

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 '
t"- 1--t-

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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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
11] National bank

a

State bank
Trust company
Stock savings bank

D

Mutual savings bank

[1] Private bank

Town or City

1. Name of banCli

2. Date organized

-

/ Date suspended 9 it° - 2
-

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.


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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

/

t- it,/

Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate

cs-k0C

7‘

Other

$ 3k -"3
/
"

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

?

Investments

/t4

All other resources

/6

Total resources
0

Capital

‘k..q'

Surplus and undivided profits

67

Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

qt

4/

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

1.
41
$

Total deposits

1

g _Otbit.3

Borrowings from F. R. bank

g4 izco

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

6 84.S 1 11

Total liabilities

7. I-las 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.


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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
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

t,

Secured claims.

Dividends paid from
collections

/(4

General claims

_

‘7 , -)/7e74z--'

,, i

4y--/-79,1,, . ..

/g,. V 97 7D

//I d

00

50 o -°--

y

/

,
._

/7 4O C

27-,' 77

Total claims

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

, Total payments

749

/9,97

Preferred claims.

Payments from
guaranty fund

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

r,

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


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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(

e)
it

Other causes, (specify)7
.

eit.e

tti

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

•

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

tr.ei

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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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

ET State bank
• Trust company
• Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

•
Town or City

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized //

)
Date suspended-114—Jc Population of town or city* /Z c-C-0-

3. Federal reserve district

Iember or nonmember of F. R. System

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

411.

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.


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County

/fJ

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discouRtis

s77//

On real estate
Other

$

Total loans and discounts

5

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

Investments

4e,(9/c.14/
7
1 / 7/2.
//
/

-

9c7 ‘.2‘
)

All other resources
Total resources

,,CD, /0 ...ef
17
/19 0 6/ a 0
,

7

‘.
1c5/

e'
r

0

Capital

7la:AT

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

.c77 3/0.?
/
6

477

Total deposits

‘,“ii

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

//

C

j‘‘

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.


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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:

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)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

7A,0‘
1/
Secured claims... 7
Preferred claims..
General claims

/ fp --

2"/
. b,
s t' l
)06
,,

,

. 7

,

Total claims. . . / 0

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


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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, sate what industry or type of agriculture
/

I•";/'
1

•

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

•

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
Er State bank
0 Trust company
• Stock savings bank
• Mutual savings bank
• 0 Private bank

•
1
1. Name of bank 4t_____

a- 1444

- <3 Z
2. Date organized 7 2 —0

Town or City

2
22Population of town or city*/

Date suspende

3. Federal reserve district

‘e
-e

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

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

•

Outside city of parent bank**

2e-

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group >7.e

* 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 figtu-es, as of (date*)

tfy

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other
$

Total loans and discounts

/3
/

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

4 9er (4_3

Investments

4/03

1/
/

y/ o,q

/7..(rsii.e/6
i
Sil iltii‘ ti','
'l

All other resources
Total resources

25-1C-

laro 0 0.

Capital

6

3
9

a

4cl0 00. 00

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$ LIJik 1 ,
/6
.

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

7/2f/- 3
2

XD
°

")(

Time deposits, including postal savings

$2/9
/

Total deposits

0,
/(0 0,,f

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

34L 14(3, >ar

All other liabilities
//

Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:

4.93,

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.


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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

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


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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

1/
.

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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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
[2--- State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

D Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

Town or City

1. Name of banc:Zat-/e

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*

Date suspended

çg

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Member or nonmember of F. R System

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

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.


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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

- - ))

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

/ ‘'—
7/

Other
$

Total loans and discounts

m ni,

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
?:•-i

) 'i
) --r
--!

Investments

,D7Z...63
/31
I'

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

t5 Co
'
t

Surplus and undivided profits

tc 0/C)
,4 .

Deposits:
$

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

3S/ -2f
e
45/4 e7

7

3 '91 %Ifi
3
$ 7',0Z 44
/

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

a

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

'77 ,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.


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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:

10. Has this bank been finalliliquidated?
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. . ..


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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)
2
1 '"
4
Other causes, (speeifyYV -'° ' e4

t-

(.41,VLI
C1 -

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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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
R/State bank
E] Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank
LI Private bank

1. Name of ban

44
2. Date organized;1 tIf

44,

e)P,A4Av

Date suspended /

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City' (?)11 4
L -47- County Ate
/i

""/

)
.'ZPopulation of town or city*

If

Member or nonmember of F R Syste

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

L-74--i
7

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.


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4"----

4.
"

6. Condition figures, as of (date*
)4'
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other
$ 4,tc, d5-7

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

.5, 340 -V,

Investments

4-3Vs

All other resources
Total resources
Capital

c)00
,

Surplus and undivided profits

Y7t-ca

Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

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

‘szt3.
714

/811/ 7,
g3k

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

1 )
0

Total liabilities

1.)
7. Has this bank been reopened? 1

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.


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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 claims. ..
Preferred claims..

Dividends paid from
collections

Y
c

/i
..

,

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

,
())
'
i 6W

i

i --t-*

Payments from
guaranty fund

(A "t'1

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. .. .


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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

411/

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 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 .

El State bank
0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

o

Private bank

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized /0 -

3. Federal reserve district

Town or Cit

10 Date suspended /7 Z.)

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**

(77„,

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:

70

On real estate
7
/
Other

(
1cc7,
$ 1/0 1
/ /7ei 7
-c
*

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

/3‘,‘e3

Investments

ii7
(

All other resources

.14 /,
/1

Total resources

/ 0,

Capital

0, 0 c)

S00 0. 00
I

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

30,1,/./

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

3J,J /,

$

Total deposits

17
41 3 /0,1

Borrowings from F. R. bank

•

lies--ro or 0
I

Borrowings from other banks

e

All other liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

rib,0 0

/Ili', 0 5

Total liabilities

Z
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.


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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?

l
Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ..

e/ 1/061 7
/
N

Total payments

///S 7 g
q '

18 hr:)/ --/

General claims. ..

Payments from
guaranty fund

Y3Ti0oo
, .6--

Preferred claims..

Dividends paid from
collections

/fi---f,37 0.---

-\

Ai, 173

Total claims. .. 11 ,......„ 1
4 V/ 1
1/

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

q
LO
ii, co

/ 7, 0

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. .


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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 agrica4ural or *ndp.strial 4sastes such .
..§_floods,
9
C
drouth, boll weevil, etc 00-49'
i‘ai/11A..4
l
4
1
t41.
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(flame)
4.„

Other causes, (specify) ,
,/
0.,44if1.‘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?

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


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-6/-)

ioo6

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

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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

132 State bank
0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
Town or CityCZt__

1. Name of bane

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended /

6r/

opulation 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**
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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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Count

if
z

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
$ /
k7Snr-

On real estate

66

Other
Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

- ? 9/
6
:
i3 79
\

‘
5-7

Investments

q7,

All other resources

LI .)',;4?

Total resources

2-

Capital

Y

q .0(.4)-`-2-'
VL,Ab 'P
P.- I

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

$

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

s7
3”r:
‘7 Arg V-44
,
4

Time deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

$

"
,SX7!

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

7
'
?

All other liabilities
JilI \4'I

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.


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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. . ..

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
Ci eneral claims
Total claims. . . .


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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

e)

114.4U

(>('1&e_-1
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?

2

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


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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
El' State bank
[7] Trust company
• Stock savings bank
11] Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

•
1. Name of bank .4111-7
s

2. Date organized

2- 24- Va

Cr}:&Town or City

Date suspended

CountyCounty

-51-705 Population of town or city*
/-/

3. Federal reserve district

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.


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AO

/fq

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

$

Total loans and discounts

)cy

anc5.3
-

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments
All other resources
Total resources

.
4900af-41

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

$ 7s.cz-5

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

1/1/9

Time deposits, including postal savings
03‘

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

—
—

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

7/ / ;3C 43/
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.
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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. . ..

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

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?


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If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

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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
Er- State bank

LI Trust company
LI Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank
Ej Private bank

•
' 17;-/ ;
CI:11

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

/

/

Date suspende

3. Federal reserve district

d 1..ik.?" ; t....
l'
Town or City

7'

Y

Population of town or city* /crc;

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.


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&

z
/4
I

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

r.;
V6'

//'?>

9
4

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

$/7- Y
C '44

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts •

7.

Investments

)?
. -e.,)

All other resources
g, 7;57.

Total resources

13,

Capital

op

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

-kOZ
/
-*

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

$

457,
g,

Borrowings from F. R. bank

679C,

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

k

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.


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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
j," collections
Claims allowed ,
0
c.

Secured claims. .. .

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/
'

-'

Preferred claims..

,
\i

i

!"

AI

General claims. ...

IV

Total claims....

t

fy
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. .


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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?

ti‘

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What waswas 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 assessmentc

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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

75

National bank

Name of State

ly State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

-a.

O Private bank

own or Cit7

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized /

3- 0

1-s
/h--- County

2/ Population of town or city*

Date suspended

Member or nonmember of F R. System_...

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.


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71 79'Z/
1

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

/

On real estate

re;

oCC /17/,‘ 4
- 1

Other

s

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**

$

77

‘
//

9

.1,s---

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

/,
2 75 7- -

Time deposits, including postal savings

770 7 0
/ ' ? /si

Total deposits

$

"q7 63
1
7:

Borrowings from F. R. bank
0
5
7 -0 o d

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

_7 3/
_0_5

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

__VZ____

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.


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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. . ..

110 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. . ..


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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?


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If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

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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

Name of State

• State bank
• Trust company
El] Stock savings bank

fl Mutual savings bank

NoRTH

2L

/4',q

• Private bank

•
1. Name of bank

2. Date organized .1-

Town or City 0
-i-t-e ,/gee

/( Cl/1,M
(710;
,

,
7 -13

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

3-

571.4

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.


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County

2/0

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

$

a3
1

///7

Other
Total loans and discounts

/
f,' 1

$ "‘47
c5 00. oo
-

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

/'
4
/..?

All other resources

-V/ l/
P

77

Total resources

/6 coo,

Capital

a0

21/7.

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:

$

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

,i13/./3. 70
c37, 0/7. a
$

Total deposits

f‘05249
i

Borrowings from F. R. bank
•
it; .04(0.

Borrowings from other banks

ye

All other liabilities
/74774,. Z/
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.


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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

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.. . .


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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?


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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

iDz State bank
El Trust company
El Stock savings bank
ri

Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

•
4‘Si44,1661
n-u-, Town or Cit

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

—
dr /

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

/1
7—

J.-"opulation of town or city* / ‘
I
I
4

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.


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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
$ 4J'/ 739

On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments
All other resources
Total resources

3

Jli gv/
$ s)
-C3,1,2
7
r00
5 957
,)
/93?..7Z
5
..(S1;0
9i 6'
,

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

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

17 ";-/
10

/..‘3 (8V
/2 cz qta
$

Total deposits

3.o.(,/

Td/

Borrowings from F. R. bank
7-- 7
'3 giff •

'Y

Borrowings from other banks

I

All other liabilities
5gig

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

//30

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.


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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. ..

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

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

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

V.

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 agricultu

„kekt4c/LL

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

•

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
State bank

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

•
own or CityC7

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

7

Date suspended

/ —2 Population of town or city*
1
/

r
Member or nonmember of F. R. System._

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.


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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

1

1
71 /

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

2/

00

Other
Total loans and discounts

$cC:', 1 /J Z7
91
3
,

Real-gate_acquired-irrs'atisfactiorrof debts.
Investments

J3700.0 0

1 3
/

2 - V,.6

22

All other resources

Isa,V

/

f7',I417

Total resources

67co 0. 0 0

Capital

7 0
c0

Surplus and undivided profits

a

Deposits:
$

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

,

I z.7/
)/ v6, 33

0
/ Oo / 7V

Total deposits

$

/0 2_211
(0.4

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

IP 2 '7
1 1

2_0
/(47 /

All other liabilities

7

Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?

4 5.
/

1/7. zs

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.


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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. ...

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

Secured

claims

Preferred claims. ..
General claims. .
Total claims


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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?


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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
National bank
g State bank
Trust company

fl Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

Ej Private bank

•
-41. Name of bankf- c"/q

2. Date organized

3. Federal reserve district

/

Town or City

Date suspended

County/
7

2 -z/-- Jo Population of town or city*

a'44

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_ 1 7 -t
0L7

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

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 (7
'
9

* 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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/77

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

h /-46

1
4, erd.

/3.00,C2o

All other resources
Total resources

0

77

0, 0
71cC

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

Total deposits

r3 dig

Borrowings from F. R. bank
000,0

Borrowings from other banks

•

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

./e9
7
7, :c3

7. Has this bank been reopened?

I 2,

If so give:

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

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claints

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.


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

,

2-14 te4/0
,

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over

(
• 41
. / If so give:

L1
//77

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

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


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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 (N me)
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Other causes, (specify)...
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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

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What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen;1-1

sion?

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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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

aly State bank
0 Trust company
111 Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

•
1. Name of ban

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2. Date organized

QL"L

Town or City

---// Date suspended

-

3. Federal reserve district

-- opulation of town or city*
P

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.


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6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
$
(
75/

On real estate
Other
Total loans and discounts

$ elf)

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

, 753 -3-54-

Z

Investments

3

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All other resources
Total resources
Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

71
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Time deposits, including postal savings
Total deposits

$

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

Wi

1 7'73"
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.


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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....

11

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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


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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, (specifyr-

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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

•

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

Nj" State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

S
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1. Name of ban /

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2. Date organized 3

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Town or Citc-L-61424- County

Date suspended / — 2-

3. Federal reserve district

Population of town or city*_22 1
7

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.


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

$

F

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\

Other

st
$

Total loans and discounts

0.f/5 -

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

767/

Investments

trqo 7 0

All other resources

/
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7
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Total resources
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Capital

AZ,3 3

Surplus and undivided profits

Z/ 3

Deposits:
4/*

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

$

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

2f

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

27'

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.


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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
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

Payments from
guaranty fund

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) (14-1
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Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)'\=6"1,

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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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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments


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