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Federal Reserve Bank
of Atlanta
REVISED LIST OF SIXTH DISTRICT BANKS GRANTED
LICENSES TO REOPEN ON AND AFTER MARCH 13,1933

Names of Licensed Banks Reported Through
Wednesday, May 31, 1933, included
THIS LIST HAS BEEN PREPARED FROM THE BEST INFORMATION
OBTAINABLE. THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF A TLA N TA




ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR DA TA RELATING
TO NON-MEMBER STATE BANKS. SUPPLEMENTS
EMBODYING CHANGES W ILL BE PREPARED
FROM TIME TO TIME.

SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

THIS LIST DOES NOT TAKE
THE PLACE OF THE PAR LIST

DISCARD ALL PREVIOUS LISTS

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ALABAMA
AbbevilleBank o f Abbeville
Alabama City (B .)____ Alabama City Bank
Albertville (B.)________*Albertville National Bank
*First National Bank
Alexander City (B .)___Alexander City Bank
*First National Bank
Aliceville (B .)_________ Aliceville Bank & Trust Co.
Altoona (B .)__________ First State Bank
Anderson (B .)_________ Farmers Bank
Anniston (B .)_________ *Anniston National Bank
^Commercial National Bank
*First National Bank
Arab (B .)_____________ Bank o f Arab
Ashfora..____________ _
Farmers & Merchants Bank
*First National Bank
Ashland (B .)__________ *First National Bank
Ashville (B .)__________ Ashville Savings Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Athens (B .)___________ Limestone County Bank
Atmore (B .)___________ Bank o f Atmore
*First National Bank
Attalla (B .)____ ~______ Attalla Bank
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Auburn________________ Bank o f Auburn
*First National Bank
Bay Minette (N. 0 . ) __ Baldwin County Bank
Beatrice (B .)__________ Peoples Exchange Bank
Berry (B .)_____________ Bank o f Berry
Birmingham (B .)______ ^Birmingham Tr. & Sav. Co.
Exchange Bank
*First National Bank
Industrial Savings Bank
North Birmingham Ameri­
can Bank
Steiner Brothers
*Woodlawn - American Na­
tional Bank
Blountsville (B .)______ Bank o f Blountsville
Boaz (B .)_____________ fB oaz Bank
^National Bank o f Boaz
Brent (B .)____________ Brent Banking Co.
Brewton (B .)__________ Bank o f Brewton
Citizens Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Bridgeport (B .)_______ * American National Bank
Brundidge_____________ Brundidge Banking Co.
*First National Bank
Butler (B .)_____ __ ___ fChoctaw Bank
Calera (B .)____________ Central State Bank
Camden (B .)__________ Bank o f Camden
*Camden National Bank
Cedar Bluff (B .)______ Cedar Bluff Bank
Center (B .)___________ Cherokee County Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Centerville (B .)_______ Peoples Bank
Chatom (B .)___________ Chatom State Bank
Citronelle (N. 0 . ) ______ Citronelle State Bank
Clanton (B .)___________*First National Bank
Peoples Savings Bank
Clayton________________*Bank o f Commerce
Clayton Banking Co.
Collinsville (B .)_______ *First National Bank
Peoples Bank
Columbia______________ Bank o f Columbia
Columbiana (B .)______ Columbiana Savings Bank
Cordova (B .)__________ The Citizens Bank o f Cor­
dova
fCordova State Bank
_________

Cottonwood- .—________ _ Bank o f Cottonwood
Crossville (B .)-________fF irst Bank o f Crossville
Cuba (B .)~ -___________ Bank o f Cuba
Cullman (B .)_________ „*Leeth National Bank
Parker Bank & Trust Co.
Decatur (B .)_________ ,*M organ County National
Bank
■{•Tennessee Valley Bank
Demopolis (B .)________^Commercial National Bank
Robertson Banking Co.
Dora (B .)_____________ Dora Banking & Trust Co.
Dothan________________*Dothan Bank & Trust Co.
*First National Bank
Dozier (B .)___________ *First National Bank
Eclectic (B .)__________ Bank o f Eclectic
Elberta (N. 0 . ) ________ State Bank o f Elberta
Elkmont (B .)_________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Ensley (B .)_____ ______ Ensley Bank & Trust Co.
Enterprise_____________ Enterprise Banking Co.
Eufaula__-_____________ Eufaula Bank & Trust Co.
Eutaw (B .)____________*Merchants & Farmers Bank
o f Greene County
Evergreen (B .)________ Bank o f Evergreen
Fairfield (B .)_________ *Fairfield American National
Bank
Fairhope (N. 0 . ) ______ Bank o f Fairhope
Faunsdale (B .)________ Watkins Banking Co.
Fayette (B .)__________ Citizens Bank
*First National Bank
Flomaton (B .)_______—. Escambia County Bank
Florala___ -____________ Bank o f Florala
Florence (B .)_________ *First National Bank
Foley (N. 0 . ) _________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Fort Deposit (B .)_____ Fort Deposit Bank
Fort Payne (B .)______ *First National Bank in Fort
Payne
Frisco City (B .)______ Peoples Bank
Gadsden (B .)__________ * T h e
American National
Bank
East Gadsden Bank
Gaylesville (B .)_______ Bank o f Gaylesville
Geneva .___________ __ _ Citizens Bank
Georgiana (B .)________ Citizens Bank
Good Water (B .)______ *First National Bank
Peoples Trust & Savings
Bank
Gordo (B .)____________ fMerchants & Farmers Bank
Greensboro (B .)_______ Peoples Bank
Greenville (B .)________ *First National Bank
Guin (B .)______________*Marion County Banking Co.
Guntersville (B .)______ Citizens Bank
*First National Bank
Hackleburg (B .),______ Bank o f Hackleburg
Haleyville (B .)________ Traders & Farmers Bank
Hamilton (B .)_________ *Marion County Banking Co.
Hanceville (B .)________ Merchants Bank
Hartford____________ ;__*First National Bank
Hartselle (B .)_________ fBank o f Hartselle
Hazel Green (B .)_____ .fHazel Green Banking Co.
Heflin (B .)____________ Bank o f Heflin
Huntsville (B .)________ *First National Bank
*Henderson National Bank
fW . R. Rison Banking Com­
pany
Hurtsboro_____________ Bank o f Hurtsboro
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Jackson (B .)__________ Jackson Bank & Trust Co.
Jasper (B .)___________ *First National Bank
LaFayette (B .)________ fBank o f LaFayette

* = MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.
t = Licensed to resume banking operations under restrictions in addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under the Executive
Order o f March 10, 1933.
B. = Attached to Birmingham Branch.
N. O. = Attached to New Orleans Branch.




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ALABAMA—Continued
Leeds (B .)_________ ___ * Leeds - American National
Bank
Lexington (B .)------------ Bank o f Lexington
Linden (B .)___________ ♦First National Bank
Lineville (B .)_________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
♦Lineville National Bank
Livingston (B .)..... ....... McMillan & Co., Bankers
Madison (B .)__________ Farmers a n d Merchants
Bank
Maplesville (B .)---------- Bank o f Maplesville
Marion (B .)---------------- fM arion Central Bank
Marion Junction (B .)__ Marion Junction State Bank
McCullough (B .)---------- Farmers Exchange Bank
Midway (B .)---------------- James & Midway Banking
Co.
Millport ( B .) --------------- fM illport State Bank
Mobile (N. 0 . ) -------------♦American National Bank &
.C
Trust Co.
♦First National Bank
♦Merchants National Bank
Monroeville (B .)---------- ♦First National Bank
Monroe County Bank
Montevallo (B .)_______ Merchants & Planters Bank
Montgomery (B .)_____ ♦Alabama National Bank
♦First National Bank
Union Bank & Trust Co.
Moulton (B .)__________ Bank o f Moulton
Citizens Bank
Moundville (B .)_______ Bank o f Moundville
Notasulga (B .)________ First Bank o f Notasulga
Oakman (B .)__________ Bank o f Oakman
Oneonta (B .)__________ Citizens Bank
♦First National Bank
Opelika_______________ ♦Farmers National Bank
♦First National Bank
♦National Bank o f Opelika
O p p ___________________ ♦First National Bank
O za rk _________________fOzark City Bank
Parrish (B .) __________ Bank o f Parrish
Pell City (B .)-------------- Union State Bank
Peterman (B .)________ Bank o f Peterman
Phenix City___________ Phenix-Girard Bank
Phil Campbell (B .)____ First State Bank
Piedmont (B .)_________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
♦First National Bank
Pine Apple (B .)_______♦Bank o f Pine Apple
Prichard (N. 0 . ) _______ Bank o f Prichard
Red Bay (B .)--------------- Bank o f Red Bay
Red Level_____________ Peoples Bank
Reform (B .)---------------- State Bank o f Reform
Repton (B .)___________ Union Bank
Roanoke (B .)__________ City Bank & Trust Co.
Commercial Bank

Rogersville (B .)-............ East Lauderdale Banking
Co.
Russellville (B .)............. Citizens Bank & Savings Co.
Samson------------------------ Samson Banking Co., Inc.
Scottsboro (B .)________♦First National Bank
Selma (B .)-------------------*City National Bank
♦Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
♦Selma National Bank
Selma Trust & Savings
Bank
Sheffield (B .)_________ ♦Sheffield National Bank
S locom b______________ ♦Slocomb National Bank
Springville (B .)_______ Bank o f Springville
Stevenson (B .)------------ ♦First National Bank
Sulligent ( B . ) ________ Bank o f Sulligent
Sweet Water (B .)_____ Sweet Water State Bank
Sylacauga (B .)------------ ♦City National Bank
♦Merchants & Planters Na­
tional Bank
Talladega (B .)— ....... -.♦Isbell National Bank
♦Talladega National Bank
Tallassee (B .)-------------- Bank o f Tallassee
Tarrant (B .)---------------- Tarrant American Savings
(Birmingham P. O.)
Bank
Thomaston (B .) _______ Planters Bank & Trust Co.
Thomasville (B .)--------- fFarm ers Bank and Trust
Company
Thorsby (B .)--------- -— Bank o f Thorsby
T roy---------------------------- ♦First Farmers & Merchants
Nat. Bank
Troy Bank & Trust Co.
Tuscaloosa (B .)_______*City National Bank
♦First National Bank
Tuskegee (B .)...... ......... Tuskegee Institute Savings
Bank
Union Springs (B .)____♦American National Bank
♦First National Bank
Uniontown (B .)... .......- Canebrake Loan & Trust Co.
fPlanters & Merchants Bank
Uriah (B .)____________ Bank o f Uriah
Vernon (B .)___________ Bank o f Vernon
Vina (B .)______________ Vina Banking Co.
Wadley (B .)___________ Bank o f Wadley
Waterloo (B .)_________ Farmers a n d Merchants
Bank
Wedowee (B .)_________ Bank o f Wedowee
Wetumpka (B .)_______ ♦First National Bank
Wilsonville (B .)_______ tWilsonville State Bank
Winfield (B .)__________ Citizens Bank
♦Winfield State Bank
York (B .)_____________ ♦Bank of York

★ = MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.
t = Licensed to resume banking operations under restrictions in addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under the Executive
Order of March 10, 1933.
B. = Attached to Birmingham Branch.
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FLORIDA
*First National Bank
Alachua.___ —........
Apalachicola____
__ Apalachicola State Bank
Apopka________ - .._ The State Bank o f Apopka
_*De Soto National Bank
Arcadia _________
Avon Park_________ __ *Barnett National Bank
Babson Park_______ — Scenic Highland State Bank
B artow-.............. — --__^Florida National Bank at
Bartow
Blountstown________ __ Bank o f Blountstown
Boca Grande_______ __ Florida B a n k
o f Boca
Grande
Bowling Green--------- .. -fState Bank o f Bowling
Green
Bradenton__________ ___ *First National Bank
Manatee River Bank &
Trust Co.
B ranford___________ __ Branford State Bank
Brooksville_________ __ *First National Bank
Hernando State Bank
Canal Point___________ fBank o f Canal Point
Cedar Key__________ __ fCedar Key State Bank
Clearwater____________ fBank o f Clearwater
*First National Bank
Clermont___________ __ Citizens Bank
Clewiston___________ __ First Bank o f Clewiston
Cocoa ______________ ___*Barnett National Bank
Coral Gables________ __ *Coral Gables First National
Bank
Peoples Bank
Cyescent City_______
Crestview.......... ......... ___ Bank o f Crestview
Cross City__________ ___ Dixie County State Bank
Dade City___________— fBank o f Pasco County
Dania_______________ __ Dania Bank
Daytona Beach_____ __*First Atlantic N a t i o n a l
Bank
Florida Bank & Trust Co. at
Daytona Beach
DeFuniak Springs.—— . Cawthon State Bank
*First National Bank
De Land ___________ .— *Barnett National Bank
Delray Beach-............
Florida State Bank
Dunedin_____________— Bank o f Dunedin
Eustis...........................— First State Bank
Everglades__________— Bank o f Everglades
Fernandina_________ — *First National Bank
Ft. Lauderdale______ — Broward Bank & Trust Co.
Fort Meade________ — fF irst State Bank
Fort Ogden_______
Security State Bank
Fort Pierce_________ — St. Lucie County Bank
Fort White_________ . .. Ft. White Bank
Fort Myers_________ — fL ee County Bank & Trust
Co.
F rostproof____ ______— fCitizens Bank o f Frostproof
Gainesville__________ — *First National Bank
fP h ifer State Bank
Green Cove Springs-,— Bank o f Green Cove Springs
Greensboro__________. _ Bank o f Greensboro
Greenville—................... . Bank o f Greenville
Greenwood____________ Bank o f Greenwood
Haines City _______— fState Bank o f Haines City
Havana________ ____— Havana State Bank
Hialeah_____________
First State Bank
High Springs_______ — High Springs Bank
Hollywood—................ ... First Hollywood Bank
Homestead-............
- *First National Bank
Inverness___________ — Bank o f Inverness

Jacksonville___________ American Trust Co.
*Atlantic National Bank
*Barnett National Bank
Fairfield Atlantic Bank
*Florida National Bank
Florida Southside Bank
Riverside Atlantic Bank
Springfield Atlantic Bank
Title & Trust Co. o f Florida
Jasper-------------------------- Hamilton County Bank
Key W est-------------------- *First National Bank
Kissimmee------------------- *First National Bank
LaBelle________________fBank o f LaBelle
Lake A lfred ---------------- American Bank
Lake Butler----------------- Farmers & Dealers Bank
Lake City-------------------- Columbia County Bank
*First National Bank
State Exchange Bank
Lake Hamilton------------ Bank o f Lake Hamilton
Lakeland----------------------’’'Florida National Bank at
Lakeland
Peoples Savings Bank
Lake Placid___________ Tropical State Bank
Lake W ales___________ Lake Wales State Bank
Leesburg______________ *First National Bank
Live Oak______________ Commercial Bank
*First National Bank
Macclenny_____________ Citizens Bank
M adison______________ Merchants & Farmers Bank
M alone________________ Bank o f Malone
Marianna______________^Citizens State Bank
*First National Bank
M ayo--------------------------- Mayo State Bank
Melbourne--------------------f Melbourne State Bank
Miami-------------------------- Coconut Grove Exchange
Bank
*First National Bank
First Trust & Savings Bank
^Florida National Bank & Tr.
Co. at Miami
Little River Bank & Trust
Co.
Miami Beach--------------- Mercantile Bank & Trust
(Miami P. 0 .)
Co.
*Miami Beach First Na­
tional Bank
Monticello-------------------- Farmers & Merchants Bank
Mount Dora----------------- *First National Bank
Mulberry----------------------fBank o f Mulberry
Newberry-------------------- Bank o f Newberry
Ocala--------------------------- The Commercial Bk. & Tr.
Co.
*Munroe & Chambliss Na­
tional Bank
*Ocala National Bank
Orange City---------------- Orange City Bank
Orlando------------------------ Florida Bank at Orlando
Pahokee----------------------- Bank o f Pahokee
Palatka------------------------ *Palatka Atlantic National
Bank
Palm Beach----------------- Palm Beach Trust Company
*First National Bank in Palm
Beach
Panama City---------------- Commercial Bank
Pensacola---------------------*American National Bank
*Citizens & Peoples National
Bank
First Bank & Trust Co.

All banks in State of Florida attached to Jacksonville Branch.
* = MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.
■Licensed to resume banking operations under restrictions in addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under the Executive
Order o f March 10, 1933.




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FLORIDA Continued
Tampashores__________ First State Bank
Tavares_______________ Bank o f Tavares
Trenton_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Valparaiso_____________ Valparaiso State Bank
Venice_________________ Venice-Nokomis Bank
Vero Beach____________ fFarm ers Bank o f Vero
Wauchula_____________ Wauchula State Bank
West Palm Beach_____ Central Farmers Trust Co.
^Florida Bank & Trust Co.
*West Palm Beach Atlantic
National Bank
Wewahitchka__________ Wewahitchka State Bank
W ildwood______________ Bank o f Wildwood
Williston______________ Perkins State Bank
Winter Garden________ *First National Bank
Winter Haven_________ *American National Bank in
Winter Haven
^Exchange National Bank o f
Winter Haven
Winter Park___________ Florida Bank at Winter
Park
Ybor City_____________ (See Tampa)

Perry__________________ Perry Banking Company
Plant City_____________ Hillsboro State Bank
Port Tampa City.______fF irst Bank
Punta Gorda__________ fPunta Gorda State Bank
Quincy________________ Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Quincy State Bank
River Junction________ Gadsden County State Bank
Sanford_______________ *Sanford Atlantic National
Bank
Sarasota_______________*Palmer National Bank &
Trust Co.
St. Augustine_________ *St. Augustine National Bank
.»,»
fPeoples Bank fo r Savings
St. Clotid______________ Citizens State Bank
St. Petersburg________ *Florida National Bank at
St. Petersburg
Union Trust Company
Stuart_________________ Citizens Bank o f Florida
Sulphur Springs______ Bank o f Sulphur Springs
(Sta. Tampa P. O.)
Tallahassee____________ Capital City Bank
Lewis State Bank
Tampa________________ Bank o f W est Tampa
Columbia Bank o f Y bor City
^Exchange National Bank
*First National Bank
First Savings & Trust Co.
International Bank
Latin - American Bank of
Y bor City
A.11 banks in State of Florida attached to Jacksonville Branch.
★ = MEMBER OP FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM,
f = Licensed to resume banking operations under restrictions in
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Acworth_________ 'J____ Bank o f Acworth
S. Lemon Banking Company
Adairsville____________ Bank o f Adairsville
Adel___________________ Bryan Bank
Ailey__________________ Montgomery County Bank
Alapaha_______________ Bank o f Alapaha
Albany________________ *Albany Exchange National
Bank
Albany Trust & Banking Co.
*City National Bank
Americus______________ Bank o f Commerce
Arco-----------------------------^Brunswick Bank & Trust Co.
Ashburn .:-------------------- Ashburn Bank
>f*c
Citizens Bank
Athens_____ 1__________*The Citizens & Southern
National Bank
*National Bank o f Athens
Atlanta________________ American Savings Bank
*The Citizens & Southern
National Bank
Citizens Trust Co.
East Atlanta Bank
*The First National Bank of
Atlanta
*Fulton National Bank
fGeorgia Savings Bank &
Trust Co.
South Side Atlanta Bank
*Trust Company o f Georgia
Augusta_______________ *The Citizens & Southern
National Bank
*Georgia Railroad Bank &
Tr. Co.
^National Exchange Bank
Austell________________ Austell Bank
Bainbridge____________ Bainbridge State Bank
^Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Decatur County Bank
*First National Bank
Ball Ground___________ Citizens Bank
Barnesville___________ „*First National Bank
Baxley_________________ ^Baxley State Bank
Blackshear____________ Blackshear Bank
Blakely________________ *First National Bank
Blue Ridge____________ Fannin County Bank
Blythe_________________ Farmers Bank
Bowdon________________ Commercial Bank
Brewton_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Brunswick_____________*Brunswick Bank & Trust Co.
^National Bank o f Brunswick
Buchanan.._____________ Haralson County Bank
Buena Vista___________ Buena Vista Loan & Savings
Bank
Buford_________________ Shadburn Banking Company
Butler_________________ Citizens State Bank
Byromville____________ Bank o f Byromville
Cairo__________________ Cairo Banking Company
Citizens Bank
Calhoun_______________ *Calhoun National Bank
Camilla________________ Bank o f Camilla
Planters & Citizens Bank
Canton________________ Bank o f Canton
Etowah Bank
Carrollton_____________ Peoples Bank
Cartersville____________*The First National Bank
Cedartown_____________ Commercial Bank
^Liberty National Bank
C haring_____________ — Farmers & Merchants Bank

Chatsworth____________ Cohutta Banking Company
Chickamauga__________ Bank o f Chickamauga
Chipley------------------------ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Clarkesville____________ Habersham Bank
Clayton________________ Bank o f Clayton
Clermont______________ Clermont Banking Co.
Cochran----------------------- *State Bank o f Cochran
Colquitt_______________ Citizens Bank
Columbus—__ _________ *Columbus Bank & Trust Co.
*First National Bank
*Fourth National Bank
Home Savings Bank
^Merchants
&
Mechanics
Bank
Commerce _____________ *First National Bank
^Northeastern Banking Co.
Concord_______________ Concord Banking Co.
Conyers_______ ________ Bank o f Conyers
Bank o f Rockdale
Coolidge_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Cordele________________ Cordele Banking Co.
Cornelia_______________ Cornelia Bank
*First National Bank
Covington___________ _ Bank o f Covington & Trust
Co.
Crawford______________ Commercial Bank
Cum ming____ :________ Bank o f Cumming
Dahlonega_____________ Bank o f Dahlonega
Dallas_________________ *First National Bank
Dalton_________________ Bank o f Dalton
*First National Bank
Hardwick Bank & Trust Co.
Danielsville____________ Bank o f Danielsville
Darien_________________ Darien Bank
Dawson________________*Bank o f Dawson
Demorest______________ Cornelia Bank
Dexter_________________ Dexter Banking Company
Donalsonville__________ Merchants & Farmers Bank
Douglas_______________ Coffee County Bank
Douglasville___________ *First National Bank
Dublin_________________ Citizens & Southern Bank
Dudley,________________ Bank o f Dudley
Eastman_______________ *Bank o f Eastman
Eatonton______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Edison_________________ Bank o f Edison
Elberton_______________ Granite City Bank
Ellaville_______________ Bank o f Ellaville
E llijay_________________ Bank o f Ellijay
Eton___________________ Bank o f Eton
Fairburn______________ _ Fairburn Banking Company
Fayetteville___________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Finleyson______________ Bank o f Finleyson
Folkston_______________ Citizens Bank
Forsyth________________ Citizens Bank
Farmers Bank
Monroe County Bank
Fort Valley____________ Bank o f Fort Valley
Franklin_______________ Bank o f Heard County
Gainesville____________ Citizens Bank
*First National Bank
Gibson_________________ Bank o f Gibson
Glennville______________ Glennville Bank
Grantville_____________ Bank o f Grantville
Gray.:____ _____________ Bank o f Gray
Greensboro____________ Bank o f Greensboro
Greenville— ___________ fGreenville Banking Com­
pany

* = MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.
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Griffin............................... Commercial & Savings Bank
State Banking Company
Haddock_______________ Jones County Bank
Harlem________________ Bank o f Columbia County
Hawkinsville...... ............ Planters Bank
Hazlehurst____________ Bank o f Hazlehurst
Hiawassee_____________ Bank o f Hiawassee
Hillsboro______________ Bank o f Hillsboro
Hinesville_____________ Hinesville Bank
H oschton--------- ----------- Bank o f Hoschton
Ila_____________________ Bank o f Ila
Jasper_________________ Pickens County Bank
Jefferson______________ ♦First National Bank
Jenkiftfeburg----------------- Farmers Bank
Jesup -1 _______________ ♦Brunswick Bank & Trust
Co.
Jonesboro_____________ Bank o f Jonesboro
Junction City_________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Kennesaw_____________ Kennesaw State Bank
Kingsland_____________ State Bank o f Kingsland
LaFayette_____________ Bank o f LaFayette
LaGrange______„ ----------*T h e LaGrange National
Bank
Lakeland______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Lake Park_____________ Lake Park Bank
Lavonia_______________ ♦First National Bank
Lawrenceville_________ *Brand Banking Company
♦First National Bank
Lenox_________________ Bank o f Lenox
Leslie_________________ Bank o f Leslie
Lincolnton_____________ ♦Farmers State Bank
Lithonia_______________ Peoples Bank
Louisville______________♦First National Bank
Lumpkin______________ Farmers State Bank
Luthersville___________ Luthersville Banking Com­
pany
Macon_________________ ♦Citizens & Southern Na­
tional Bank
City Bank & Trust Co.
♦First National Bank & Tr.
Co. in Macon
fM acon Savings Bank
Madison.... ....................... Bank o f Madison
*First National Bank
Manchester____________ Bank o f Manchester
Marietta______ ___ _____*First National Bank
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Marshallville................— Citizens Bank
Georgia Banking Company
McDonough...... .............. ♦First National Bank
M cR ae_______ __ ______ Merchants & Citizens Bank
Meansville_____________ Bank o f Meansville
Meigs____________ ____ - Bank o f Meigs
Milan__________________ Bank o f Milan
Milledgeville.................... Exchange Bank
♦First National Bank
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Milledgeville Banking Com­
pany
M illen-...................- .......-♦Bank o f Millen
Molena____ ___ _______ Bank o f Molena
Monroe_______ _______ ...♦Bank o f Monroe
♦Farmers Bank
Montezuma........... ..........♦Citizens National Bank
Monticello—.... ................♦Farmers National Bank
♦First National Bank
Morven............................. Citizens Bank

Moultrie-.......................... Moultrie Banking Company
♦Moultrie National Bank
Mt. Vernon____ 1______ Mt. Vernon Bank
Nahunta_______________Citizens Bank
Nashville______________ United Banking Co.
Newington____________ Bank o f Newington
Newnan....... ....................♦First National Bank
♦Manufacturers N a t i o n a l
Bank
Newton________________ Baker County Bank
Norcross______________ Bank o f Norcross
Ochlochnee____________ Bank o f Ochlochnee
Ocilla__________________♦First National Bank
Oglethorpe____________ Bank o f Oglethorpe
Palmetto______________ Farmers Bank
Patterson_____________ Patterson Bank
Pelham________________ ♦Farmers Bank
♦First National Bank
Perry__________________ Perry Loan & Savings Bank
Pinehurst______________ Bank o f Pinehurst
P itts__________________ Pitts Banking Company
Quitman _ ____~L_ Bank o f Quitman
Reidsville______________ Tattnall Bank
Rentz__________________ Rentz Banking Co.
RpynnMg
__
♦Citizens State Bank
Rhine,
............ '♦Rhine Banking Co.
Richland
Richland Banking Co.
Rinq-frnlri
Bank o f Ringgold
Roberta
Crawford County Bank
R o c k m a r t Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Rockmart Bank
Rome__________________ ♦First National Bank
♦National City Bank
Roswell
.........
Roswell Bank
Royston_________ Farmers Bank
Rutledge______________ Bank o f Rutledge
Sale City
............... ♦Farmers Bank o f Pelham
SandersvilieZZZZZZZI Geo. D. Warthen Bank
Sasser_________________ ABank o f Sasser
Savannah.__________ " ’"♦Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
♦Citizens & Southern Na­
tional Bank
Georgia State Savings Assn.
♦Liberty National Bank &
Tr. Co.
♦Savannah Bank & Trust Co.
Senoia______ ___ _______ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Shady Dale____________ Citizens Bank
Sharon________________ Bank o f Sharon
Shellman______________ ♦First National Bank
Siloam________________ Bank o f Siloam
Social Circle___________ Social Circle Bank
S operton______________ ♦Bank o f Soperton
Springfield.____________ Exchange Bank
Stapleton______________ Bank o f Stapleton
Statesboro________ _
Sea Island Bank
St. M a ry s____________ Bank o f Camden County
Summerville.................... Chattooga County Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Swainsboro..................-...♦Central Bank
Citizens Bank
Sycamore......................... Exchange Bank
Sylvania_______________ Bank o f Screven County
Sylvester.... ..................... Sylvester Banking Company
T albotton_____ ___ ____ Peoples Bank
Taylorsville____________ Bank o f Taylorsville
Tennille_______ ________ Tennille Banking Company
Thomaston____________ Citizens & Southern Bank
Thomasville........ _.......... Commercial Bank

* = MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM,
t = Licensed to resume banking operations under restrictions in
Order o f March 10, 1933.

to those applicable to all banking institutions under the Executive




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GEORGIA—Continued
Warrenton.......... ........... Citizens Bank
Washington.... ............... Washington Loan & Bank­
ing Co.
W aycross........... ............. Commercial Bank
Waynesboro..........-......... Bank o f Waynesboro
*First National Bank
W est Point____________ Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Whigham______________ Merchants & Planters Bank
Winder________________ Peoples Bank
W oodbury_____________ Woodbury Banking Com­
pany
Woodland_________ ____ Woodland Bank
W oodstock____________ Bank o f Woodstock
W rightsville___________ Bank o f W rightsville
Exchange Bank
Zebulon________________ Bank o f Zebulon

Thomson........................... Bank o f Thomson
*First National Bank
Tifton....... ........................*Bank o f Tifton
Tignall............................. Bank o f Tignall
Toccoa_________________ Bank o f Toccoa
Toomsboro_____________ Wilkinson County Bank
Trion__________________ Bank o f Trion
Tucker_________________ Bank o f Tucker
Union Point___________ Bank o f Union Point
Farmers Bank
Valdosta_______________ Ashley Trust Co.
*The Citizens & Southern
>r£;
National Bank
*First National Bank
Vienna________________ Citizens Bank
Villa Rica_____________ Bank o f Villa Rica
Wadley__ __ __________ Bank o f Wadley
★ = MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.




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LOUISIANA
Abbeville______________ Bank o f Abbeville & Trust
Co.
*First National Bank
Alexandria.____________ fCommercial Bank & Trust
Co.
Guaranty Bank & Trust Co.
Rapides Bank & Trust Co.
A rabi___ __ - __________ St. Bernard Bank & Trust
Co.
Batoif Rouge__________ fBank o f Baton Rouge
^Louisiana National Bank
Louisiana Trust & Savings
Bank
fUnion Bank & Trust Co.
Bogalusa______ ________ City Bank & Trust Co.
First State Bank & Trust
Co.
Breaux Bridge,,_______ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Bunkie_________________ Avoyelles Trust & Savings
Bank
•{•Merchants & Planters Bank
Church Point__________ Farmers Bank and Trust
Company
Clinton________________ Bank o f Clinton
"Cottonport_____________ Cottonport Bank
Covington_____________ Commercial Bank & Trust
Company
Covington Bank & Trust Co.
Crowley_______________ Bank o f Commerce & Trust
Co.
*First National Bank
Denham Springs______ Amite River Bank
De Ridder_____________ City Savings Bank & Trust
Co.
Donaldsonville_________ Commercial & Savings Bank
Erath__________________ Bank o f Erath
Franklin_______________ Commercial Bank & Trust
Co.
St. Mary Bank & Trust Co.
Franklinton___________ Washington Bank & Trust
Co.
Glenmora______________ Bank o f Glenmora
Gonzales_______________ Bank o f Gonzales
Greensburg____________ fBank o f Greensburg
Gretna_________________fGretna Trust & Savings
Bank
Gueydan_______________ Bank o f Gueydan
Hammond_____________ Tangipahoa Bank & Trust
Co.
Houma________________ Bank o f Terrebonne & Trust
Co.
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Jackson________________ Bank o f Jackson
Jeanerette_____________ *First National Bank
Kaplen________________ Kaplen State Bank
Lafayette______________fCommercial Bank o f Lafay­
ette & Trust Company
*First National Bank
Lake Charles__________ *First National Bank
fLake Charles Trust & Sav­
ings Bank
La Place_______________ Bank o f La Place
Le Compte____________ Bank o f Le Compte

Leesville______—_______ fF irst State Bank & Trust
Co.
Merchants & Farmers Bk.
& Tr. Co.
Loreauville____________ fBank o f Loreauville
Luling_________________ Luling-Hahnville Bank
Lutcher_________ _______ St. James Bank & Trust Co.
Maringouin_____ ______ Bank o f Maringouin
Marksville____ _________ Union Bank
Melville_______________ Merchants & Farmers Bank
Metairie Ridge________ fM etairie Bank
Montpelier___ _________ fFarm ers Bank
Morgan City___________fBank o f Morgan City & Tr.
Co.
fPeoples State & Savings
Bank
Napoleon v ille _________ f Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
New Iberia____________ *New Iberia National Bank
^Peoples National Bank
*State National Bank
New Orleans__________ *American Bank and Trust
Company
*Hibernia National Bank in
New Orleans
^National Bank o f Commerce
in New Orleans
* Whitney National Bank
New Roads____________ Bank o f New Roads
Norco__________________ St. Charles Bank & Trust
Co.
Norwood_______________ Bai}k o f Norwood
Opelousas_____________ Planters Trust & Savings
Bank
St. Landry Bank & Trust
Co.
Paincourtville_________ fBank o f Paincourtville
Patterson______________ Patterson State Bank
Pineville_______________ Security Banking Co.
Plaquemine____________ Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Iberville Trust & Savings
Bank
Port Allen_____________ Bank o f West Baton Rouge
fP ort Allen Bank & Trust
Co.
Raceland______________ Raceland Bank & Trust Co.
Rayne_________________ Rayne State Bank
Reserve________________ Bank o f St. John
St. Francisville________ Bank o f Commerce & Trust
Co.
St. Martinville________ Bank o f St. Martinville
Commercial Bank
Slaughter______________fBank o f Slaughter
Slidell_________________ Bank o f Slidell
Sunset_________________ Bank o f Sunset & Trust Co.
Thibodaux_____________ Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
*La Fourche National Bank
Vacherie_______________ Bank o f Vacherie
Ville Platte___________ .fEvangeline Bank & Trust
Co.
*First National Bank
Washington___________ Washington State Bank
White Castle__________ Bank o f Commerce
Zachary____ __ _______ fBank o f Zachary

Sixth District Louisiana Banks attached to New Orleans Branch.
* = MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.
t = Licensed to resume banking operations under restrictions in addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under the Executive
Order o f March 10, 1933.




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MISSISSIPPI
Anguilla-______________ Bank o f Anguilla
Mendenhall____________ Peoples Bank
Bay Springs----------------- Bay Springs Bank
Meridian______________ .^Citizens National Bank
Bay St. Louis-------------- Hancock County Bank
*First National Bank in
Meridian
Merchants Bank & Trust
Co.
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Biloxi----------- --------------- *First National Bank
Morton________________ Bank o f Morton
Peoples Bank
Moss Point____________ *Pascagoula National Bank
Bolton-------------------------- Merchants Bank
Mt. Olive______________ Mt. Olive Bank
Brandon----------------------- Rankin County Bank
Natchez______ _________ City Bank & Trust Co.
Brookhaven------------------ Brookhaven Bank & Trust
New Augusta_________ Perry County Bank
Co.
Newhebron__________ _ Newhebron State Bank
Canton.— :_.|r--------------- Canton Exchange Bank
Newton________________ Newton County Bank
*First National Bank
Ocean Springs_________ Ocean Springs State Bank
Centreville____________ Farmers Exchange Bank
Pascagoula____________ Merchants & Marine Bank
Collins_________________ Bank o f Seminary
o f Pascagoula
Columbia______________ Citizens Bank
Pass Christian________ Hancock County Bank
Columbia Bank
Pelahatchie____________fPeoples Bank
Crystal Springs_______ Truckers Exchange Bank
Philadelphia_______ -___ Bank o f Philadelphia
De Kalb_______________ Commercial Bank
Citizens Bank
Edwards_______________ Bank o f Edwards
Picayune______________ Bank o f Picayune
Ellisville _______________ -r__ Merchants & Manufacturers
Poplarville_____________ Bank o f Commerce
Bank
Port Gibson___________ Mississippi Southern Bank
Fayette________________ Jefferson County Bank "
Port Gibson Bank
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
Prentiss________________ Bank o f Blountville
Florence-______________ Citizens Bank
Purvis_________________ Lamar County Bank
Forest_________________ Bank o f Forest
Quitman_______________ Bank o f Quitman
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Raleigh________________ fBank o f Raleigh
Georgetown___________ Georgetown Bank
Raymond—.____________ Merchants & Planters Bank
Gloster________________ Amite County Bank
Richton________________ Richton Bank & Trust Co.
Gulfport_______________ Hancock County Bank
Scooba_________________ Bank o f Scooba
Hattiesburg___________ Citizens Bank
Sebastopol_____________ Bank o f Sebastopol
*First National Bank
Shubuta_______________ Bank o f Shubuta
Hazlehurst____________ Bank o f Hazlehurst
Stonewall______________ Stonewall Bank
Merchants & Planters Bank
Summit________________ Progressive State Bank
Jackson________________ Deposit Guaranty Bank &
Sumrall________________ Sumrall Bank
Trust Company
Taylorsville____________ Smith County Bank
*
Jackson-State N a t i o n aTylertown____
l
_________ Tylertown Bank
Bank
Union_________________ Peoples Bank
Lake__________________ Bank o f Lake
Utica__________________ Bank o f Utica
Laurel_________________ ^Commercial Nat. Bank &
Vicksburg_____________ *First National Bank & Trust
Co.
Trust Co.
*First National Bank
*Merchants National Bk. &
Tr. Co.
Louin__________________ Peoples Bank
Lucedale_______________ Bank o f Lucedale
Walnut Grove_________ Bank o f Walnut Grove
Magee_________________ State Guaranty Bank
Wesson________________ Bank o f Wesson
Magnolia______________ Citizens Savings Bank
W iggins_______________ Bank o f W iggins
Magnolia Bank
Woodville______________ Commercial Bank
McComb_______________ Mechanics State Bank
Yazoo City____________ Bank o f Yazoo City
Meadville______________ Bank o f Franklin
*Delta National Bank
Sixth District Mississippi Banks attached to New Orleans Branch.
★ = MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.
t = Licensed to resume banking operations under restrictions in addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under the Executive
Order o f March 10, 1933.




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TENNESSEE
Adams------------------------- Farmers & Merchants Bank
Alexandria____________ Alexandria Bank & Trust
Co.
Ardmore_______________Bank o f Ardmore
Ashland City__________ Ashland City Bank & Trust
Co.
Cheatham County Bank
Athens_________________♦Citizens National Bank
Farmers Bank
♦First National Bank
Auburntown___________ Bank o f Auburn
Belfast________________ Bank o f Belfast
Benton________________ Benton Banking Company
Bethpi||?e______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Big Rock______________ Big Rock Bank
Blanche__________ ______ Blanche Banking Co.
Blountville_____________ Farmers Bank o f Blountville
Bristol_________________*First National Bank in
Bristol
Bumpus Mills_________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Burns_________________ Burns Bank & Trust Co.
Byrdstown--------_--------- Pickett County Bank &
Trust Co.
Carthage______________ ♦Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Smith County Bank
Caryville______________ First State Bank
Celina_________________ Bank o f Celina
Centerville_____________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
■v
♦First National Bank
Security Bank & Trust Co.
Chapel Hill____________ First State Bank
Charleston_____________ Hiwassee Bank
Charlotte______________ Bank o f Charlotte
Dickson County Banking Co.
Chattanooga___________*American Trust & Banking
Co.
♦Hamilton National Bank
St. Elmo Bank & Trust Co.
Christiana_____________ Bank o f Christiana
Church Hill___________ Citizens Bank (Church Hill
Branch)
Clarksville_____________♦Clarksville National Bank
♦First National Bank
First Trust & Savings Bank
Northern Bank o f Tennessee
Cleveland______________ Cleveland Bank & Trust Co.
♦Cleveland National Bank
Merchants Bank
Clifton-^______________ Clifton State Bank
Peoples Bank
Clinton________________ Peoples Bank
Union Bank
Coal Creek-____________♦First National Bank
Coalmont______________ Coalmont Savings Bank
College Grove_________ Bank o f College Grove
Collinwood____________ Bank o f Collinwood
Columbia______________ Commerce Union Bank
Middle Tennessee Bank
Cookeville_____________ Citizens Bank
♦First National Bank
Copperhill... .................... ♦First Nat. Bank o f Polk
County
Cornersville___________ Farmers Bank
Cowan__________ -_____ Bank o f Cowan
Cross Plains___________ Cross Plains Bank
Crossville______________♦First National Bank
Culleoka_______________ Bank o f Culleoka

Cumberland City______ Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Cumberland City Bank
Dandridge_____________ Jefferson County Bank
Dayton________________ Dayton Bank & Trust Co.
Decatur_______________ Meigs County Bank
Decherd_______________ ♦First Nat. Bk. o f Franklin
Co.
Dellrose______ ___ _____ Home Bank
Dickson________________♦First National Bank
Donelson______________ Donelson Bank & Trust Co.
Dover__________________ Dover - Peoples B a n k &
Trust Co.
Dowelltown____________ First Trust Co. (Branch o f
Alexandria Bank & Trust
Co.)
Ducktown_____________ Ducktown Banking Co.
Dunlap________________ Sequatchie County Bank
Eagleville_____________ Bank o f Eagleville
Peoples Bank
Erwin_________________ Citizens Bank
♦Erwin National Bank
Ethridge_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Etowah________________ Cantrell Banking Co.
Fountain City_________ City Bank o f Fountain City
(Knoxville P. O.)
Frankewing___________ Bank o f Frankewing
Franklin_______________♦Harpeth National Bank
Williamson Co. Bkg. & Tr.
Co.
Friendsville___________ Peoples Bank
Gainesboro------------------- Security Bank & Trust Co.
Gallatin_______________ Commerce-Union Bank
♦First & Peoples National
Bank
Sumner County Bank & Tr.
Co.
Gassaway____________— Melton's Bank
Goodlettsville________ — Bank o f Goodlettsville
Granville.......................— Security Bank & Trust Co.
Greenback___________ — Merchants & Farmers Bank
Greeneville__________ - ♦First National Bank
♦Greene County Union Bank
Hampshire___________ — Hampshire Bank
Harriman____________—♦First National Bank in Har­
riman
Hartsville___________ -♦Bank o f Hartsville
Citizens Bank
Hendersonville_______ — Bank o f Hendersonville
Hohenwald----------------- ♦First National Bank
Hohenwald Bank & Trust
Co.
Huntland-...................... ♦First National Bank
Indian Mound—..... — — Bank o f Indian Mound
Farmers Bank & Trust Co.
Jamestown................... — Bank o f Jamestown
Farmers Bank
Jasper_______________ — Marion Trust & Banking Co.
Jefferson City_______ —♦First National Bank
Jellico_______________ —♦First National Bank
Union Bank
Johnson City________ —♦Hamilton National Bank
Peoples Bank
Jonesboro____________ . Banking & Trust Co.
♦First National Bank
Kelso.................................. Peoples Bank
Kingsport___________ . ♦First National Bank
K ingston-..................... .... Kingston Bank & Trust Co.

Sixth District Tennessee Banks (except Chattanooga) attached to Nashville Branch.
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Kingston Springs______ Bank o f Kingston Springs
Knoxville______________ Bank o f Knoxville
Commercial Bank & Trust
Co.
^Hamilton National Bank
Lafayette......... ...........Citizens Bank
La Follette_____ ______*First Nat. Bank
^Peoples National Bank
Lascassas_____________ Lascassas Bank & Trust Co.
Lawrenceburg_________ Commerce-Union Bank
*First National Bank
Lebanon__.!£„__________ Commerce-Union Bank
Lebanon Bank & Trust Co.
Lenoir City____________ *First National Bank
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Lewisburg_____________ *First National Bank
Peoples & Union Bank
Liberty________________ Liberty Savings Bank
Limestone_____________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Linden_______________ „_*First National Bank
Livingston_____________ Union Bank & Trust Co.
Lobelville______________ Bank o f Lobelville
Loretto________________ Bank o f Loretto
Loudon________________ *First National Bank
Lynchburg_____________ Farmers Bank
M adison______________ Madison Bank & Trust Co.
Madisonville___________ Bank o f Madisonville
Manchester____________ *First National B an k '
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
M aryville_____________ Bank o f Maryville
Maynardville__________ Maynardville State Bank
McEwen ______________ Union Bank
McMinnville___________ City Bank & Trust Co.
*First National Bank
First Trust Co.
Milton_________________ Bank o f Milton
Monterey______________ Bank o f Monterey
Morrison______________ Citizens State Bank
Morristown____________ *Hamblen National Bank
Mosheim_______________ Mosheim Bank
Mountain City________ Bank o f Mountain City
Merchants & Traders Bank
Mt. Juliet_____________ Bank o f Mt. Juliet
Mountpleasant________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
*First National Bank
Murfreesboro__________ Commerce Union Bank
Murfreesboro Bank & Trust
Co.
Nashville______________ * American National Bank
^Broadway National Bank
Citizens Savings Bank & Tr.
Co.
Commerce-Union Bank
Nashville & American Trust
Co.
*Third National Bank in
Nashville
Newport_______________ Merchants & Planters Bank
New Tazewell_________ Citizens Bank
Niota__________________ Bank o f Niota
Norene_______________ _ Peoples Bank
Oakdale_______________ Depositors State Bank
Old Hickory___________ Old Hickory Branch Nash­
ville & American Trust
Co.
Oneida_________________*First National Bank
First Trust & Savings Bank
Oneida Bank & Trust Com­
pany

Orlinda______________Bank o f Orlinda
Petersburg____________ *First National Bank
Citizens Bank
Pikeville_______________*First National Bank
Pleasant Shade________ Bank o f Pleasant Shade
Pleasant View_________ Citizens Bank
Home Bank
Portland_______________ Farmers Bank
Pulaski________________ Union Bank
Redboiling Springs____ Redboiling Springs Bank
Riceville_______________ Riceville Bank
Robbins Bank & Trust Co.
Rogersville____________ Citizens Bank
Hawkins County Bank
Russellville____________ Russellville Bank & Trust
Co.
Rutledge______________ Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Sevierville_____________ Sevier County Bank
Sewanee_______________ Bank o f Sewanee
Shelbyville____________ *First National Bank
^Peoples National Bank
Smithville_____________ *First National Bank
Smyrna________________*First National Bank
Smyrna Bank and Trust Co.
Sneedville_____________ Citizens Bank
South Pittsburg_______ *First National Bank
So. Pittsburg Savings Bank
Sparta___________ _____ Commerce-Union Bank
*First National Bank
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
Spencer________________ Citizens Bank
Spring City___________ Bank o f Spring City
Springfield____________ Commerce-Union Bank
*First National Bank
Springfield Bank Branch o f
Nashville & American
Trust Co.
Stayton________________ Stayton Bank & Trust Co.
St. Joseph_____________ American Bank
Sunbright-------------------- Sunbright Bank & Trust Co.
Surgoinsville__________ Holston Valley Bank
Sweetwater____________ Sweetwater Bank & Trust
Co.
Tazewell______________ Claiborne County Bank
Tellico Plains__________ Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Tracy City------------------- *First National Bank
Tullahoma_____________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
*First National Bank
*Traders National Bank
Vanleer------------------------ Peoples Bank
Viola---------------------------- Farmers & Merchants Bank
W artburg--------------------- Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Watertown------------------- Lebanon Bank & Trust Co.
Waverly— ........................ Citizens Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Waynesboro----------------- Bank o f Waynesboro
Wayne County Bank
Westmoreland................. Farmers & Merchants Bank
White Bluffs---------------- Farmers & Merchants Bank
White Pine------------------- Citizens Bank
Whites Creek-------------Whites Creek Bank & Trust
Co.
Whitleyville----------------- Bank o f Whitleyville
Winchester-------------------^Farmers National Bank
Home Bank & Trust Co.
Woodbury......... — ........ Commerce-Union Bank

Sixth District Tennessee Banks (except Chattanooga) attached to Nashville Branch.
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According to information received the following PRIVATE BANKS are open for business as of
May 31, 1933: *

GEORGIA
Abbeville____ __________ Dorsey Banking Company
Alma_________ -________ Alma Exchange C r e d i t
Union
Alston______-__________ McBride Brothers, Bankers
Arlington._____________ Bostwick Banking Company
Athens________________ Hubert Banking Company
Atlanta______ __________ Morris Plan Company
Augusta—_____________ Realty Savings & Trust
Company
Barwick_____________ ... Barwick Banking Company
Boston________________ Boston Banking Company
Braselton______________ Braselton Banking Company
Byromville_____________ J. S. and S. B. Byrom
Cadwell________________ Graham-Smith & Beddingfield
Chester________ ..______ Rogers - Wynne Banking
Company
Cochran_______________ Cook Banking Company
Comer_________________ Rowe Banking Company
Concord_______________ _ J. F. Madden and Sons
Culloden_______________ Holmes Banking Company
Qlithbert_______________ Davis Exchange Bank
Reid Banking Co.
Eastman_______________ Citizens Clearing Bank
Edison_________________ Hammack-Rish Bank
Fort Gaines___________ M. L. Fowler Bank
Glenwood______________ C. G. Starnes Banking Com­
pany
Hahira________________ Hahira Banking Company
Hartwell_______________ Citizens Banking Company
Hogansville____________ Citizens Bank
Homerville____________ Empire Banking Company
Hoschton___ ___________ DeLaperriere Banking Com­
pany

Leary__________________ Jordan Banking Company
Lula___________________ Bank o f Lula
Macon___ ______________ Luther Williams & Son
Metter_________________ Metter Banking Company
Mitchell_______________ J. C. Kelly & Sons Bank
Norwood______________ Ray Banking Company
Parrott________________ Pierce Exchange Bank
Pavo_______________,___ Pavo Banking Company
Pearson_______________ The Murray Bank
Preston________________ Bulloch Exchange Bank
Ray City______________ Peoples Bank
Riverdale______________ Bank o f Riverdale
Rochelle_______________ Stephens Banking Company
Savannah______________ Atlantic Savings & Trust
Company
Chatham Savings & Loan
Company
Guaranty Savings & Loan
Company
Morris Plan Company
Southern Savings & Loan
Company
Tiedeman M ortgage & F i­
nance Company
Redwine Brothers
Senoia_______
Citizens Banking Company
Sparks_______
Stewart and Pound Bank
Sparta_______
Durden Banking Company
Summit______
Murphy Bank
Talmo________
Brice Banking Company
Vidalia_______
J. F. Darby Bank
Farmers Banking Company
W averly Hall.
Thompson Banking Com­
Wrens__ .____
pany

* Information received from sources believed to be reliable but furnished without liability on part of this Bank.




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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF ATLANTA

[

This Bulletin
issued as of
May 17, 1933

]

Supplementing: information given in our Original List as of March 15th, and Supplement
Number 3, dated April 5th,* the following banks should be added to the list of banking insti­
tutions in the Sixth Federal Reserve District which have been licensed to resume full banking
operations:
.
MEMBER BANKS
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FLORIDA
Kissimmee.
Ocala____ -

___ First National Bank
___ Ocala National Bank

T -J h r v , -

NON-MEMBER BANKS

ALABAMA
Waterloo.

F a r m e r s and Merchants
Bank

GEORGIA
___ _ State Banking Company
Griffin—_______
_____ . Patterson Bank
Patterson____
____ _____Farmers Bank
Royston—.

LOUISIANA
Abbeville______________ Bank o f Abbeville and Trust
Company (P ar)
Alexandria_____________ Guaranty Bank and Trust
Company
Rapides Bank and Trust
Company
Arabi__________________ St. Bernard Bank & Trust
Company (P ar)
Baton Rouge—_________ Louisiana Trust & Savings
Bank
Bogalusa.-— ---------------- City Bank and Trust Com­
pany
First State Bank and Trust
Company
Breaux Bridge^----------- Farmers & Merchants Bank
Bunkie------------------------- Avoyelles Trust & Savings
Bank
Church Point----------------Farmers Bank and Trust
Company
Clinton-------------------------Bank o f Clinton
Cottonport
. Cottonport Bank
Covington..
- Commercial Bank and Trust
Company
Covington Bank and Trust
Company
Crowley----------------------- Bank o f Commerce and
Trust Company
Denham Springs__
. Amite River Bank
De Ridder________
.. City Savings Bank and
Trust Company
Donaldson ville____
. Commercial and Savings
Bank
Erath_____________
- Bank o f Erath
Franklin_________
. Commercial Bank and Trust
Company (P ar)
St. Mary Bank and Trust
Company (P a r)
Franklinton------------------ Washington Bank and Trust
Company
Glenmora_ Bank o f Glenmora
Gonzales__
. Bank o f Gonzales
Gueydan__
- Bank o f Gueydan
Hammond_ Tangipahoa Bank and Trust
Company

Bank o f Terrebonne and
Trust Company
Citizens Bank and Trust
Company
Bank o f Jackson
Jackson.
Kaplan_________________ Kaplan State Bank
La Place__.___________ Bank o f La Place
The Bank o f Lecompte
Lecompte.
Merchants and F a r m e r s
Leesville—
Bank (P ar)
Luling and Hahnville Bank
Luling_____
Bank o f Maringouin
Maringouin.
The Union Bank
Marksville—
Merchants and F a r m e r s
Melville____
Bank
New RoadsBank o f New Roads
Norco__
St. Charles Bank and Trust
Company
Norwood___
Bank o f Norwood
Opelousas—^
St. Landry Bank and Trust
Company
Planters Trust and Savings
Bank (P ar)
Patterson.
Patterson State Bank
Pineville—
Security Banking Company
Plaquemine.
Citizens Bank and Trust
Company
Iberville Trust and Savings
Bank
Raceland.
Raceland Bank and Trust
Company
Rayne.
Rayne State Bank
Reserve________________ Bank o f St. John
St. Francisville,——
Bank o f Commerce and
Trust Company
St. Martinville.
Bank o f St. Martinville
Commercial Bank
Slidell_________________ Bank o f Slidell
Sunset------------------ ------- Bank o f Sunset and Trust
Company
Thibodaux-------------------- Citizens Bank and Trust
Company (P ar)
Vacherie-----------------------Bank o f Vacherie
Washington------------------Washington State Bank
White Castle---------------- Bank o f Commerce
Houma.

* Original List dated March 15th, Supplement Number 3 dated April 5th and this Bulletin contain all current information
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Anguilla______
McComb______
Ocean SpringsPoplarville____

Bank o f Anguilla
Mechanics State Bank
Ocean Springs State Bank
Bank o f Commerce

TENNESSEE
Mosheim.

_______ Mosheim Bank

We are advised the fallowing banks have been authorized to resume operations on a
restricted basis in addition to limitations placed on all banks:

ALABAMA
Marion.
Thomasville-

_____ Marion Central Bank
_____ Farmers Bank and Trust
Company

Atlanta..

______Georgia Savings Bank and
Trust Company (P ar)
_____ Greenville Banking Com­
pany

GEORGIA
Greenville.

LOUISIANA
Alexandria__
Baton RougeBunkie______
GreensburgGretna_____
LaFayette___
Lake Charles,
Leesville_____

Commercial Bank & Trust
Company
Bank o f Baton Rouge
Union Bank and Trust Com­
pany
Merchants and P l a n t e r s
Bank
Bank o f Greensburg
Gretna Trust and Savings
Bank (P ar)
Commercial Bank o f LaFay­
ette & Trust Co. (P ar)
Lake Charles Trust & Sav­
ings Bank (P ar)
First State Bank and Trust
Company

Loreauville____________ Bank o f Loreauville
Metairie Ridge________ Metairie Bank (P ar)
Montpelier_____________ Farmers Bank
Morgan City___________ Bank o f Morgan City &
Trust Company (P ar)
Peoples State and Savings
Bank (P ar)
Napoleonville__________ Citizens Bank
New Orleans__________ Morris Plan Bank
Paincourtville_________ Bank o f Paincourtville
Port Allen_____________Bank o f W est Baton Rouge
Slaughter_____________ Bank o f Slaughter
Ville Platte____ _____ — Evangeline Bank and Trust
Company

MISSISSIPPI
Pelahatchie____________ Peoples Bank
Raleigh________________ Bank o f Raleigh

DELETE FROM ORIGINAL LIST AND SUPPLEMENT NUMBER 3




ALABAMA
Castleberry.
Rockford___

Peoples Bank
Bank o f Rockford

FLORIDA
Sarasota.

--------------- Ringling Trust & Savings
Bank (P ar)

LOUISIANA
New Orleans__________

The Continental Bank (P ar)

MISSISSIPPI
Liberty________________ Liberty Bank

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DECLASSIFIED
r

Authority e . C J L ^ r i

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
O F A TL A N T A
ATLAN TA, GEORGIA

Supplementing information given in our Original List as of March 15th, and Supplement
Number 3, dated April 5th,* the following banks should be added to the list of banking insti­
tutions in the Sixth Federal Reserve District which have been licensed to resume full banking
operations:
MEMBER BANKS

FLORIDA
Kissimmee_____________ First National Bank

NON-MEMBER BANKS

V -rS $ 3

GEORGIA
Patterson______________ Patterson Bank
Royston_______________ Farmers Bank

MISSISSIPPI
Anguilla_______________ Bank of Anguilla
McComb_______________ Mechanics State Bank
Ocean Springs________ Ocean Springs State Bank

TENNESSEE
Mosheim______________

Mosheim Bank

We are advised the following banks have been authorized to resume operations on a
restricted basis in addition to limitations placed on all banks :

ALABAMA
Marion________________ Marion Central Bank
Thomasville___________ Farmers Bank and Trust
Company

FLORIDA
Bonifay________________ Bank of Bonifay
Bunnell________________ Bunnell State Bank
Starke-------------------------- Bank o f Starke

MISSISSIPPI
Pelahatchie____________ Peoples Bank
Raleigh------------------------ Bank o f Raleigh

* Original List dated March 15th, Supplement Number 3 dated April 5th and this Bulletin contain all current Information
available.

April 27, 1933




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DECLASSIFIED
Authority f c . g J OSY I

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF ATLANTA
A TLA N TA, GEORGIA

Supplementing information given in our Original List as of March 15th, and Supplement
Number 3, dated April 5th, the following bank should be added to the list of banking institu­
tions in the Sixth Federal Reserve District which have been licensed to resume full banking

ie

operations:

FLORIDA
Kissimmee_____________ First National Bank

We are advised the following bank has been authorized to resume operations on a restricted
basis in addition to limitations placed on all banks:




NON-MEMBER BANK

TENNESSEE
Mosheim.

Mosheim Bank
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Federal Reserve Bank
of Atlanta
SUPPLEMENT NO. 3
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SUPERSEDES
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Supplement No. 1
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(dated 3-22-33)
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and Supplement No. 2 I
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(dated 3-29-33)

[

List of Member Banks in Sixth Federal Reserve District
Licensed by the Secretary of the Treasury
to Reopen for Business
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13,14 and 15,1933
A L S O

SUPPLEMENT NO. 3
TO

List of Non-Member Banking Institutions
in Sixth Federal Reserve District
on which advice has been received from the respective State banking departments that
licenses were issued for reopening on above dates without restrictions upon withdrawal
of deposits.
This list is incomplete at this time, but is compiled
from the only information available.
These lists contain the names of all banks, which according to advices received to date,
have been licensed to reopen, but they do not take the place of the par list.
When forwarding items to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta or its branches for
collection these lists should be consulted in connection with THE PAR LIST.




THIS SUPPLEMENT EMBODIES ALL CHANGES
THROUGH APRIL 5, 1933,
"
IN LIST ISSUED AS OP MARCH 15,1933

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WITHDRAWALS
ORIGINAL

FROM

LIST

M EM BER B A N K S— S IX T H F E D E R A L R E S E R V E DISTRICT

FLORIDA
Milton.—_______________ First National Bank J

N O N -M EM BER B A N K S— S IX T H F E D E R A L R E S E R V E DISTRICT

TENNESSEE
Nashville______________ Thos. W. Wrenne & Co.
(Included in previous list in error).

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ADDITIONS TO ORIGINAL LIST
MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS other
than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.

FLORIDA
Brooksville____________ First National Bank
Winter Garden________ First National Bank

y

GEORGIA
Bainbridge_____________ Citizens Bank & Trust Com- \/
pany
Eastman_______________ Bank o f Eastman
^
McDonough____________ First National Bank

LOUISIANA
Abbeville______________ First National Bank ^
/
Thibodeaux____________ LaFourche National Bank '

MISSISSIPPI
Canton________________ First National Bank ^
y
Moss Point____________ Pascagoula National Bank ^

TENNESSEE
Greeneville____________ Greene County Union Bank

/

MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.




LOUISIANA
New Orleans__________ Canal Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Hibernia Bank & Trust
Company
Interstate Bank & Trust
Company
(The three above banks are re­
ported open and operating under
Treasury Regulation No. 27 and
paying on a 6 % basis)

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

fr, o >IO

\

ADDITIONS TO ORIGINAL LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

ALABAMA
Alabama City_________ : Alabama City Bank
Centre________________ _ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Cordova_______________ Citizens Bank
Gaylesville____________ •-Bank of Gaylesville
Jackson________________ Jackson Bank & Trust Com. pany
Moulton,.______________ Bank o f Moulton
Citizens Bank

Prichard_______________ Bank of Prichard
Red Level____________ : Peoples Bank
(Correction of previous list)

Sweet W ater--------------- Sweet Water State Bank
Tallassee---------------------Bank o f Tallassee
Uniontown------------------- • Canebrake Loan & Trust
Company
Vernon------------------------ : Bank o f Vernon

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

ALABAMA
Boaz___________________
Butler_________________
Castleberry____________
Cordova_______________
Crossville_____________ _
Gordo--------------------------Hartselle______________




Boaz Bank
Choctaw Bank
Peoples Bank
Cordova State Bank
First Bank o f Crossville
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Bank o f Hartselle

Hazel Green__________Hazel Green Banking Com­
pany
Huntsville____________ W. R. Rison Banking Co.
LaFayette____________ Bank o f LaFayette
Millport---------------------- - Millport State Bank
Ozark________________ Ozark City Bank
Uniontown------------------ : Planters & Merchants Bank
Wilsonville------------------ - Wilsonville State Bank

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

fc.aA Q S b I

ADDITIONS TO ORIGINAL LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

FLORIDA
Macclenny_____________
Madison_______________
Malone________________
Monticeilo_____________
Mayo__________________
Newberry______________
Ocala
_
_

Apalachicola________ __
Apopka_____________ __
Babson Park_______ ___
Blountstown________ ___
Boca Grande_______

Apalachicola State Bank
State Bank o f Apopka
Scenic Highland State Bank
Bank o f Blounstown
Florida
Bank
of
Boca
Grande
Bradenton__________
. Manatee River Bank & Trust
Co. (P ar)
Branford___________ __ Branford State Bank
Clermont__________ _ Citizens Bank
Clewiston___________ ___ First Bank of Clewiston
Crescent City_______ ___ Peoples Bank
Crestview___________ __ Bank o f Crestview
Cross City___ ' _____ __ Dixie County State Bank
DeFuniak Springs__ _— Cawthon State Bank
Delray Beach_______ __ Florida State Bank
Dunedin____________ __ Bank o f Dunedin
Eustis_____________
... First State Bank
Everglades__________ — Bank of Everglades
Fort Ogden________ __ Security State Bank
Fort Pierce
__ St. Lucie County Bank
Fort White_________ __ Fort White Bank
Green Cove Springs..__ Bank o f Green Cove Springs
Greensboro_________ __ Bank o f Greensboro
Greenville
__ Bank o f Greenville
Greenwood_______
.... Bank o f Greenwood
Havana_________ „ __ Havana State Bank
High Springs_______ .... High Springs Bank
Inverness_______
__ Bank of Inverness
Jacksonville________
. Florida
Southside
Bank
(P ar)
Jasper .........
. _ Hamilton County Bank
Lake A lfred____
__ American Bank
Lake Butler________ .— Farmers & Dealers Bank
Lake City___________ — Columbia County Bank
State Exchange Bank
Lake Hamilton___ . .— Bank o f Lake Hamilton
^ Lake Placid________ — Tropical State Bank
Lake Wales_________ — Lake Wales State Bank

Orange City.__________
Pahokee_______________
Palm BeachZ____Z^ZZZ
Perry__________________
Plant City____________
Quincy_________________
River Junction________
Sarasota_______________
Stewart________________
Sulphur Springs_______
Tampa_________________
Tampashores__________
Tavares_______________
Trenton________________
Valparaiso_____________
Venice_________________
Wauchula_____________
W est Tampa__________
Wewahitchka_____ _____
Wildwood_______ .'rxi___
W illiston______________
Winter Park___________
Ybor City_____________

Citizens Bank
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Bank of Malone
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Mayo State Bank
Bank o f Newberry
Commercial Bank and Trust
Co. (P ar)
Orange City Bank
Bank of Pahokee
Palm Beach Trust Company
Perry Banking Company
Hillsboro State Bank
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Quincy State Bank
Gadsden County State Bank
Ringling Trust & Saving
Bank (P ar)
Citizens Bank o f Stewart
Bank o f Sulphur Springs
(P ar)
First Savings & Trust Co.
(P ar)
International Bank (P ar)
First State Bank
Bank o f Tavares
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Valparaiso State Bank
Venice-Nokomis Bank
Wauchula State Bank
Bank o f W est Tampa (P ar)
Wewahitchka State Bank
Bank o f Wildwood
Perkins State Bank
Florida Bank at Winter Park
Columbia Bank of Ybor City
(P ar)
Latin American Bank (P ar)

NON-MEMBER BANES authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

FLORIDA
Bowling Green________
Canal Point___________
Clearwater____________
Cedar Key_____________
Dade City_____________
Fort Meade___________
Fort Myers____________
Frostproof_____________

Gainesville_____________
Haines City___________
LaBelle________________
Melbourne_____________
Mulberry______________
Ocoee__________________
Port Tampa City______
Punta Gorda___________
St. Augustine_________
Vero Beach____________

State Bank o f Bowling
Green
Bank o f Canal Point
Bank o f Clearwater (P ar)
Cedar Key State Bank
Bank o f Pasco County (P ar)
First State Bank
Lee County Bank & Trust
Co.
Citizens Bank of Frostproof




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Phifer State Bank (Par)
State Bank o f Haines City
Bank o f LaBelle
Melbourne State Bank
Bank o f Mulberry
Bank of Ocoee
First Bank (P ar)
Punta Gorda State Bank
Peoples Bank fo r Savings
Farmers Bank o f Vero

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Authority

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ADDITIONS TO ORIGINAL LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
bat may be incomplete or subject to change.)

GEORGIA
Acworth_______________ Bank o f Acworth
S. Lemon Banking Company
Atlanta________________ American
Savings
Bank
(P ar)
Citizens
Trust
Company
(P ar)
East Atlanta Bank (Par)
South Side Atlanta Bank
Blythe_________________ Farmers Bank
Brewton_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Charing_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Chatsworth____________ Cohutta Banking Co.
Chipley________________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Coolidge_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Crawford______________ Commercial Bank
Danielsville____________ Bank o f Danielsville
Eton___________________ Bank o f Eton
Glennville_____________ Glennville Bank
Grantville______________ Bank o f Grantville
Gray-__________________ Bank o f Gray
Griffin_________________ Commercial & Savings Bank
Haddock_______________ Jones County Bank
Harlem________________ Bank o f Columbia County

Hillsboro______________
Hinesville______________
Ila_____________________
Jasper_________________
Kennesaw_____________
LaFayette_____________
Lenox__________________
Macon R ^
Ld ___
Marietta___ '1_________
McRae_________________
Milan__________________
Morven________________
Ochlochnee____________
Reidsville______________
Ringgold______________
Senoia_________________
Siloam_________________
Stapleton______________
St. Mary’s-------------------Sycamore______________
Toombsboro-----------------Wadley------------------------Waynesboro -----------------

Bank o f Hillsboro
Hinesville Bank
Bank o f Ila
Pickens County Bank
Kennesaw State Bank
Bank o f LaFayette
Bank of Lenox
Macon Savings Bank (P a r)
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Merchants & Citizens Bank
Bank of Milan
Citizens Bank
Bank o f Ochlochnee
The Tattnall Bank
Bank o f Ringgold
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Bank o f Siloam
Bank o f Stapleton
Bank of Camden County
Exchange Bank
Wilkinson County Bank
Bank of Wadley
Bank o f Waynesboro

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

GEORGIA

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

LOUISIANA
Lutcher-

St. James Bank
Company

& Trust

New Orleans-

Whitney Trust & Savings
Bank (P ar)

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition |o those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.'
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge_____ 1.___ Citizens Bank & Trust Com­
pany
New Orleans__________ The Continental Bank (P ar)




Port Allen____ it______ Port Allen Bank & Trust
4
Company
Zachary------------- 1______ Bank o f Zachary

(Reported paying on a 5% basis)

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority (B.C . (C S C t

ADDITIONS TO ORIGINAL LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

MISSISSIPPI
Bay Springs____________Bay Springs Bank
Brandon_______________ _Rankin County Bank
Collins__________________Bank o f Seminary
Ellisville_______________ Merchants & Manufacturers
f
Bank
Georgetown______ :i :___ Georgetown Bank
'Gloster________________ _Amite County Bank
Hattiesburg___________ _Citizens Bank (P ar)
Jackson_________________Deposit Guaranty Bank &
Trust Company

Lake__________________
Louin_____________ r____
Meadville________ ______
Mendenhall____________
Newton________________
Summit________________
Taylorsville____________
Union------------------- ---Walnut Grove_____ :1__
W iggins_______________

Bank of Lake
Peoples Bank
Bank o f Franklin
Peoples Bank
Newton County Bank
Progressive State Bank
Smith County Bank
Peoples Bank
Bank o f Walnut Grove
Bank o f W iggins

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

MISSISSIPPI
Not yet reported
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

TENNESSEE
,Benton________________
Dandridge_____________
Decatur_______________
Dprhprfl w
'

Benton Banking Company
Jefferson County Bank
Meigs County Bank
Home Bank and Trust Co.
*
(P ar)
Dowelltown____________ First Trust Company

(Correction o f name— listed on l
page 11 o f list dated 3-15-33 as
Alexandria Bank & Trust Co.)

Oneida_______________ ... Oneida Bank & Trust Co.
(Par)
Petersburg____________ Citizens Bank (Par)
Robbins------------------------ Robbins Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Russellville___________ Russellville Bank & Trust
Co.
myrna------------------------ Smyrna Bank & Trust Co.

Bank o f Eagleville (P ar)
Peoples Bank (P ar)
Gassaway______________ Meltons Bank
Milton___________ _±____ Bank of Milton
Oneida_________________ First Trust & Savings Bank
(P ar)

Surgoinsville--------------- : Holston Valley Bank
Tellico Plains__________ Citizens Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Viola__________________ _ Farmers & Merchants Bank
White Pine_____________ Citizens Bank

W

(Par)

Eagleville_____________

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)




TENNESSEE
None so authorized

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority £ ,r i.< O S 7 't

F e d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k

To the Member Bank Addressed:
In order that the official number of the various Treasury regula­
tions may be identified with the substance matter as transmitted by the various
circular letters heretofore sent you, we are listing below an index showing the
regulation number and the subject matter thereof:
DATE OUR
HUMBER
SUBJECT MATTER
LETTER
Regulation
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

1

Exchange of currency.

2 Granting access to safety deposit boxes.

Return items
Permission to pay Government checks.
Permitting payments in settlement of obligations payable
at or to bank.
6 Payments for food or feed products.
Segregation and payment of new deposits.
Settlement for checks charged by drawee institutions.
9 Delivery of Safekeeping securities.
10 Exercise of usual banking functions for specified
purposes (food end necessities).
11 Bank’s relations with foreign branches.
12 Clearing House certificates or scrip.
13 Fiduciary operations of banks,
Federal Reserve fiscal operations.
M
15 Redeposits of segregated funds.
iG Payment on subscriptions for Treasury Bills due March 6.
17 Payment of checks issued prior to March 6.
10 Payment of Government obligations.
19 Substitution for and release of collateral
20 Federal Reserve Banks permitted to resume operations.
21 Non-member banks permitted to re-open under authority
of State supervisors.
22 Resumption of business by Federal'Land Banks, Home Loan
Banks, etc.
Withdrawals
for hoardihg.
23
24 Cashing of Government official drafts.
25 Permit to use gold for industrial purposes.
26 Payment of trade end patent fees.
27 Payments not exceeding 57* permitted any member Stste
bank which is not licensed.
28 Regulations No. G and No. 10 voided.
29 Member banks authorized to rediscount or pledge renewalnotes
30 Member Tianks permitted to transact limited banking
functions.
3
4
5




Very truly yours,
E. R. Black,
Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority B . O J D ^ \

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F e d e r a l R e s e rv e Bank
of

Atlanta
March 31, 1933.

To the Member Bank Addressed!
We are in receipt of the following communication from the Federal
Reserve Board, which is quoted for your information!
"Penalties should not be assessed against a member bank for deficiencies in
reserves for period beginning March 6 and ending on date next preceding
March 13, 14 or 15 depending on which of these days according to its loca­
tion such bank might first have opened to perform usual banking functions
Under license issued by Secretary of Treasury pursuant to the provisions
of Executive order of the President, regardless of whether sucli license
w&s actually issued or not*
’Member banks licensed to open should maintain reserves in accordance with
usual requirements beginning with effective date of license,
•For the present and until further notice a bank not licensed to open, wheth*
er or net it is in the hands of a Conservator appointed by the Comptroller
of the currency, or in the fcands of a state official having similar author­
ity, should not be penalised for a deficiency in reserves against deposits
which have not been made available for withdrawal by depositors.*
•Member banks not licensed to open on one of the above days, should, pend­
ing the receipt of a license to open, maintain reserves on new deposits
and old deposits made available for withdrawal as followss
•Deposits received in special trust accounts pursuant to provisions
of Regulation 7 of the Secretary of the Treasury and deposits received
while a bank is in the hands of Conservator appointed by Comptroller
of currency or in the hands of a state official having similar author­
ity are demand deposits and subject to demand deposit reserve*
♦The part of deposits made available for immediate withdrawal on a
ratable basis under Regulation 27 of Secretary of Treasury should
be treated as demand deposits and subject to demand deposit reserve,
•The part of deposits made available for withdrawal on a ratable
basis from National banks in hands of Conservators as provided in
Section 208 of the Bank Conservation Act or under similar conditions
from state member banks in hands of Conservators or other state of­
ficials having similar authority should be considered as demand
deposits and subject to demand deposit reserve.• **




fours yery trulj^

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Authority £ . n , ( Q ^ \

F E D E R A L R E S E R V E B A N K OF CHI CAGO
230

SOUTH

L A S A L L E

STREET

March 31* 1933

Subject?

Textsof Emergency Banking Regulations 31 and 3£.

TO ALL UNLICENSED MEMBER BANKS
Iff THE SEVENTH F M » A L RESERVE DISTRICT:
For your information we quote below the texts of Regulations 31 and 32
which the Federal Reserve Board has advised us have been issued by the Seoretary
of the Treasury under the authority conferred upon him by the President’s
Proclamations declaring and continuing bank holiday;
Regulation 31 "Any banking institution which is a member of the Federal Reserve System
and is not licensed, to perform usual banking functions, but which is
duly authorized to engage in the business of acting as trustee, execu­
tor, administrator, registrar of stocks and bonds, transfer agent, guard­
ian of estates, assignee, receiver, committee of estates of lunatics, or
in any other fiduciary capacity, may transact such business in the
normal and usual manner and may make payments on account of the prin­
cipal of income of trust or other fiduciary funds to the persons entit­
led thereto} Provided, That except to the extent permitted by other
emergency banking regulations, no such banking institution shall with­
draw or pay out any trust or other fiduciary funds on deposit with any
other department of such banking institution or make any other payment
in connection with any trust or other fiduciary funds which would oper­
ate to discharge, as a whole or in part, any indebtedness, as distin­
guished from any trust or other fiduciary duty, of such banking institu­
tion. This regulation supersedes Emergency Banking Regulation 13 of
March 7, 1933, which is hereby revoked.”
Regulation 32 "Any state bank which is a member of the Federal Reserve System, and is
not licensed by the Secretary of the Treasury to perform usual banking
functions, may permit withdrawals of deposits which are lawfully secured
by collateral; Provided, That such withdrawals are (A) permlssable under
applicable law, (B) duly authorized by the Board of Directors of such
bank, upon such terms with respect to the release of collateral as will
fully protect all depositors and other creditors against the creation of
any preferences, and <C) approved by the appropriate State authority
having supervision of such bank. Any such bank is authorized to carry on
such usual banking functions as may be essential to allow the withdrawals
permitted by this regulation, subject to the provisions and restrictions
above set forth and except as otherwise prohibited*M



FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

F e d e r a l R e s e rv e Bank
of

Atlanta

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March SO, 1933.

To the Member Bank Addressed*
Under authority conferred upon him by the President’s proclamations
of March 6th and 9th, 1933, declaring and continuing Bank Holiday,
^ Secretary of the Treasury has issued following regulationi
"REGULATION No. 30 - ’Banking Institutions which are members
of the Federal Reserve System and of which actual possession
and control have been taken (a) by Conservators appointed pur­
suant to the Act of March 9, 1933, or (b) by appropriate state
officials appointed pursuant to state law, as permitted by the
President’s Executive order of March 18, 1933, are permitted to
transact such limited banking functions as may be authorized in
accordance with law by the Comptroller of the currency, in the
case of national banks, or by the appropriate state officials,
in the case of state member banks| provided, however, that no
such banking institution shall reopen for the performance of
its usual and normal functions until it shall have received a
license from the Secretary of the Treasury.
‘This regulation shall not authorize any
transaction with respect to the export or paying out of gold,
or gold certificates, withdrawal of currency for hoarding or
transactions in foreign exchange prohibited or restricted by
the Executive order of March 10, 1933.* ”




Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority g .o .fO S T A |

Federal Reserve Bank
of Atlanta
SUPPLEMENT NO. 2
TO

List of Member Banks in Sixth Federal Reserve District
Licensed by the Secretary of the Treasury
to Reopen for Business
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13, 14 and 15, 1933
A L S O

SUPPLEMENT NO. 2
TO

List of Non-Member Banking Institutions
in Sixth Federal Reserve District
on which advice has been received from the respective State banking departments that
licenses were issued for reopening on above dates without restrictions upon withdrawal
of deposits.
This list is incomplete at this time, but is compiled
from the only information available.
These lists contain the names of all banks, which according to advices received to date,
have been licensed to reopen, but they do not take the place of the par list.
When forwarding items to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta or its branches for
collection these lists should be consulted in connection with THE PAR LIST.
For the time being supplements to these lists, compiled from such data as is received,
will be prepared as of each Wednesday, beginning March 22nd, and mailed on Thursday
covering banks licensed to reopen during the week ending Wednesday, including also
any changes in previous lists.




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THROUGH MARCH 29, 1?33
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Authority

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ADDITIONS TO PREVIOUS LIST
MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS other
than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.

ALABAMA
FLORIDA
GEORGIA
LOUISIANA
MISSISSIPPI
TENNESSEE
None additional

MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10,1933.

LOUISIANA
New Orleans__________ Canal Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Hibernia Bank & Trust
Company
Interstate Bank & Trust
Company
(The three above banks are re­
ported open and operating under
Treasury Regulation No. 27 and
paying on a 5% basis)

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.




(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

ALABAMA
Gaylesville____________ Bank o f Gaylesville
(Listed on page 4 of Supplement
dated 3-22-33 as operating Under
Restrictions which listing pleaSe
delete)

Tallassee______________ Bank o f Tallassee
Uniontown_____________ Canebrake Loan &
Company

Trust

(Listed on page 4 o f Supplement
dated 3-22-33 as operating Under
Restrictions which listing please
delete)

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ADDITIONS TO PREVIOUS LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10,1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

ALABAMA
Huntsville.,..___________ W. R. Rison Banking ComU
pany

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

FLORIDA
None additional
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

FLORIDA
None additional
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10,1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

GEORGIA
Chatsworth------------------ Cohutta Banking Company
Kennesaw_____________ Kennesaw State Bank
Stapelton______________ Bank of Stapelton

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

GEORGIA
Atlanta________________ Empire T r u s t
(Par)

Company

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)




LOUISIANA
New Orleans__________ Whitney Trust & Savings
Bank (Par)

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority g . o . f O S Y I

ADDITIONS TO PREVIOUS LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

LOUISIANA
New Orleans__________ The Continental Bank (P ar)
(Reported paying on a 5% basis)

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

MISSISSIPPI
None additional

NtfN-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

MISSISSIPPI
Not yet reported

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

TENNESSEE
Decherd_______________ Home Bank and Trust Co.
(P ar)
Dowell town____________ First Trust Company

(Correction of name— listed on Jpf
page 11 of list dated 3-15-33 as
Alexandria Bank & Trust Co.)

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Oneida________________ First Trust & Savings Bank
(P ar)
Tellico Plains_________ Citizens Bank & Trust Com­
pany

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.




(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

TENNESSEE
None so authorized

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

\

Federal Reserve Bank
of Atlanta
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1
,

T 0

List of Member Banks in Sixth Federal Reserve District
Licensed by the Secretary of the Treasury
to Reopen for Business
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13, 14 and 15, 1933
A L S O

SUPPLEMENT NO. 1
TO

List of Non-Member Banking Institutions
in Sixth Federal Reserve District
on which advice has been received from the respective State banking departments that
licenses were issued for reopening on above dates without restrictions upon withdrawal
of deposits.
This list is incomplete at this time, but is compiled
from the only information available.
These lists contain the names of all banks, which according to advices received to date,
have been licensed to reopen, but they do not take the place of the par list.
When forwarding items to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta or its branches for
collection these lists should be consulted in connection with THE PAR LIST.
For the time being supplements to these lists, compiled from such data as is received,
will be prepared as of each Wednesday, beginning March 22nd, and mailed on Thursday
covering banks licensed to reopen during the week ending Wednesday, including also
any changes in previous lists.




INCLUDES CHANGES AND ADDITIONS
THROUGH MARCH 22, 1933
CONSULT THIS SUPPLEMENT FIRST
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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

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MEH

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WITHDRAWALS
PREVIOUS

FROM
LIST

M EM BER B A N K S— SIX TH F E D E R A L R E S E R V E DISTRICT

FLORIDA
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Milton_________________ First National Bank

N O N -M E M B E R B A N K S— SIX T H F E D E R A L R E S E R V E D ISTRICT




TENNESSEE
Nashville______________ Thos. W. Wrenne & Co.
(Included in previous list in error).

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ADDITIONS TO PREVIOUS LIST
MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS other
than-those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.


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FLORIDA
Brooks ville__________ J First National Bank
Winter Garden_______L First National Bank ,■/'

GEORGIA
Bainbridge___________ -L Citizens Bank & Trust Company ,
Eastman_____________ d Bank of Eastman '' .
McDonough__________ i. First National Bank

LOUISIANA
Abbeville____________ J First National Bank ^
Thibodeaux___________'L LaFourche National Bank ■/

MISSISSIPPI
Canton_______________ d First National Bank ^
/
Moss Point___________ _ Pascagoula National Bank '

TENNESSEE
Greeneville___________ 4. Greene County Union Bank * /

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Authority

f r , G ■( O VC \

ADDITIONS TO PREVIOUS LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

ALABAMA
Alabama City_________
Centre_________________
Cordova_______________
Jackson___ ____________

Alahama City Bank
Farmers & .Merchants Bank
Citizens Bank
Jackson Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Moulton——------------------ Bank o f Moulton
Citizens Bank

Prichard_______________ Bank o f Prichard
Red Level_____________ Peoples Bank
j[ Correction of previous list)

Sweet W ater__________ Sweet Water State Bank
Vernon________________ Bank of Vernon

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

ALABAMA
Boaz__________________
Butler_________________
Castleberry____________
Cordova_______________
Crossville______________
Gaylesville____________
Gordo_________________
Hartselle______________




Boaz Bank
Choctaw Bank
Peoples Bank
Cordova State Bank
First Bank of Crossville
Bank of Gaylesville
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Bank o f Hartselle

Hazel Green---------------- Hazel Green Banking Com­
pany
LaFayette_____________ Bank o f LaFayette
Millport_______________ Millport State Bank
Ozark-------------------------- Ozark City Bank
Uniontown_____________ Canebrake Loan & Trust
Company /
Planters & Merchants Bank
Wilsonville____________ Wilsonville State Bank

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

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ADDITIONS TO PREVIOUS LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
v

(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

FLORIDA
Apalachicola________ __
Apopka_____________ ___
Babson Park________ __
__
Blountstown_____
Boca Grande________ ___
Bradenton__________ __
Branford___________ __
Cleymont___________ ___
Clewiston___________ __
Crescent City._______ __
Crestview___________ ___
Cross City__________ __
DeFuniak Springs__ ___
Delray Beach_______ __
Dunedin____________ ___
Eustis______________ _ _
Everglades__________ __
Fort Ogden_________ ___
Fort Pierce__ ____ ___
Fort W hite__________ —
Green Cove Springs... ....
Greensboro____________
Greenville___________
Greenwood__________ ___
Havana_____________ __
High Springs_______ .....
Inverness___________ __
Jacksonville___________
Jasper______________ ___
Lake A lfred ___________
Lake Butler_________ __
Lake City___________ ___
Lake Hamilton______ ___
Lake Placid_________ __

Apalachicola State Bank
State Bank o f Apopka
Scenic Highland State Bank
Bank of Blountstown
Florida
Bank
of
Boca
Grande
Manatee River Bank & Trust
Co. (P ar)
Branford State Bank
Citizens Bank
First Bank o f Clewiston
Peoples Bank
Bank o f Crestview
Dixie County State Bank
Cawthon State Bank
Florida State Bank
Bank o f Dunedin
First State Bank
Bank o f Everglades
Security State Bank
St. Lucie County Bank
F ort White Bank
Bank o f Green Cove Sprirtgs
Bank o f Greensboro
Bank o f Greenville
Bank o f Greenwood
Havana State Bank
High Springs Bank
Bank o f Inverness
Florida
Southside
Bank
(P ar)
Hamilton County Bank
American Bank
Farmers & Dealers Bank
Columbia County Bank
State Exchange Bank
Bank o f Lake Hamilton
Tropical State Bank

Lake Wales____________
Macclenny_____________
Madison_______________
Malone________________
Monticello_____________
Mayo__________________
Newberry______________
Ocala__________________

Lake Wales State Bank
Citizens Bank
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Bank o f Malone
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Mayo State Bank
Bank o f Newberry
Commercial Bank and Trust
Co. (P ar)
Orange City___________ Orange City Bank
Pahokee_______________ Bank o f Pahokee
Palm Beach____________ Palm Beach Trust Company
Perry_________________ Perry Banking Company
Plant City_____________ Hillsboro State Bank
Quincy________________ Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
*Quincy State Bank
River Junction_________ Gadsden County State Bank
Sarasota_______________ Ringling Trust & Saving
Bank, (P ar)
Stewart_______________ Citizens Bank o f Stewart
Sulphur Springs_______ Bank o f Sulphur Springs
(P ar)
Tampa________________ First Savings & Trust Co.
(P ar)
International Bank (P ar)
Tampashores__________ First State Bank
Tavares__________-_____ Bank o f Tavares
Trenton_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Valparaiso___________— Valparaiso State Bank
Venice_____________ :___ Venice-Nokomis Bank
Wauchula_____________ Wauchula State Bank
West Tampa___________ Bank o f West Tampa (P ar)
Wewahitchka__________ Wewahitehka State Bank
Williston______________ Perkins State Bank
Winter Park___________ Florida Bank at Winter Park
Ybor City______________ Columbia Bank o f Ybor City
(P ar)
Latin Am erican Bank (P ar)

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

FLORIDA
Bowling Green_________ State Bank of Bowling
Green
Canal Point
Bank o f Canal Point
Clearwater..
.. Bank of Clearwater (P ar)
Cedar Key—
- Cedar Key State Bank
Dade City__
Bank of Pasco County (P ar)
Fort Meade.
- First State Bank
Fort Myers..
... Lee County Bank & Trust
Co.
Frostproof_____________ Citizens Bank o f Frostproof
Gainesville_____________ Phifer State Bank (P ar)




Haines City____________
LaBelle________________
Melbourne_____________
Mulberry______________
Ocoee.—,________________
Port Tampa City_______
Punta Gorda___?_______
St. Augustine__________
Vero Beach____________
Wildwood______________

State Bank o f Haines City
Bank o f LaBelle
Melbourne State Bank
Bank o f Mulberry
Bank o f Ocoee
First Bank (P ar)
Punta Gorda State Bank
Peoples Bank fo r Savings
Farmers Bank o f Vero
Bank of Wildwood

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r

Authority

^

ADDITIONS TO PREVIOUS LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

GEORGIA
Acworth_______________ Bank, o f Acworth
S. Lerfton Backing Company
Atlanta________________ American
Savings
Bank
(P ar)
Citizens
Trust
Company
(P ar)
East Atlanta Bank (P ar)
South Side Atlanta Bank
Blythe_________________ Farmers Bank
Brewton_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Charing—^__ -__________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Chipley________________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Coolidge_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Crawford______________ Commercial Bank
Danielsville____________ Bank o f Danielsville
Eton___________________ Bank of Eton
Glennville____ _________ Glennville Bank
Grantville_____________ Bank o f Grantville
Gray__________________ Bank o f Gray
Griffin_________________ Commercial & Savings Bank
Haddock_______________ Jones County Bank
Harlem______ -_________ Bank o f Columbia County
Hillsboro______________ Bank o f Hillsboro

Hinesville_____________
Ila----------------- -------------Jasper_________________
Kennesaw_____________
LaFayette_____________
Lenox____________ *____
Macon_________________
Marietta_______________
McRae_________________
Milan__________________
Morven________________
Ochlochnee____________
Reidsville______ ________
Ringgold______________
Senoia____ -___________
Siloam_________________
Stapleton________ ____
St. Mary’s_____________
Sycamore - ____________
Toombsboro___________
Wadley________________
Waynesboro___—______

Hinesville Bank
Bank o f Ila
Pickens County Bank
Kennesaw State Bank
Bank of LaFayette
Bank o f Lenox
Macon Savings Bank (P ar)
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Merchants & Citizens Bank
Bank o f Milan
Citizens Bank
Bank of Ochlochnee
The Tattnall Bank
Bank o f Ringgold
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Bank o f Siloam
Bank of Stapleton
Bank of Camden County
Exchange Bank
Wilkinson County Bank
Bank of Wadley
Bank o f Waynesboro

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

GEORGIA
None
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

LOUISIANA
Not yet reported
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.




(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

LOUISIANA
Not yet reported

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Authority

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ADDITIONS TO PREVIOUS LIST
NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

MISSISSIPPI
Lake__________________
Louin__________________
Mendenhall____________
Newton________________
Summit________________
Taylorsville___________
Union_________________
W iggins_______________

Bay Springs___________
Brandon_______________
Collins_________________
EllisviUe_______________

Bay Springs Bank
Rankin County Bank
Bank of Seminary
Merchants & Manufacturers
Bank
Gloster_________ ~_____ Amite County Bank
Hattiesburg___________ Citizens Bank (Par>
Jackson.—,_____________ Deposit Guaranty Bank &
Trust Company

Bank of Lake
Peoples Bank
Peoples Bank
Newton County Bank
Progressive State Bank
Smith County Bank
Peoples Bank
Bank o f W iggins

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

MISSISSIPPI
Not yet reported

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS
other than those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.
(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

TENNESSEE
Robbins_______________ Robbins Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Russellville____________ Russellville Bank & Trust
Co.
Smyrna________________ Smyrna Bank & Trust Co.
(P ar)
Surgoinsville__________ Holston Valley Bank
Viola__________________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
White Pine____________ Citizens Bank

Benton________________
Dandridge_____________
Decatur_______________
Eagleville_____________

Benton Banking Company
Jefferson County Bank
Meigs County Bank
Bank o f Eagleville (P ar)
Peoples Bank (P ar)
Gassaway_____________ Meltons Bank
Oneida_________________ Oneida Bank & Trust Co.
(P ar)
Petersburg____________ Citizens Bank (P ar)

NON-MEMBER BANKS authorized to resume banking operations UNDER RESTRICTIONS in
addition to those applicable to all banking institutions under executive order of March 10, 1933.




(Lists are based on latest information received from State bank authorities,
but may be incomplete or subject to change.)

TENNESSEE
Not yet reported

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CONFIDENTIAL

Federal Reserve Bank
of Atlanta
List of Member Banks in Sixth Federal Reserve District
Licensed by the Secretary of the Treasury
to Reopen for Business
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13,14 and 15, 1933
A L S O

List of Non-Member Banking Institutions
in Sixth Federal Reserve District
on which advice has been received from the respective State banking
departments that licenses were issued for reopening on above dates without
restrictions upon withdrawal of deposits.
This list is incomplete at this time, but is compiled
from the only information available.
These lists contain the names of all banks, which according to advices
received to date, have been licensed to reopen, but they do not take the place
of the par list.
When forwarding items to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta or its
branches for collection these lists should be consulted in connection with
THE PAR LIST.
For the time being supplements to these lists, compiled from such data as
is received, will be prepared as of each Wednesday, beginning March 22nd,
and mailed on Thursday covering banks licensed to reopen during the week
ending Wednesday, including also any changes in previous lists.




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ALABAMA
Albertville (B )_______.f Albertville National Bank
^ First National Bank
Alexander City (B )__ / First National Bank
Anniston- (B )_________ KAnniston National Bank
•'Commercial National Bank
»<First National Bank
Ashford ( A ) _________ / First National Bank
Ashland (B )_________ £ First National Bank
Atmore (B )_________ ^ First National Bank
Auburn ( A ) _________ £ First National Bank
Birmingham (B )______ B irm ingham . Trust & Savings Co.
<£1irst National Bank
v Woodlawn American National Bank
Boaz (B )_____________ / National Bank o f Boaz
Bridgeport (B )_______American National Bank
Brundige ( A ) ________ * First National Bank
Camden (B )_________ Camden National Bank
Clanton (B )_________ / First National Bank
/
Clayton ( A ) _________ n*Bank of Commerce
Collinsville (B )______ L First National Bank
Cullman (B ) _________ / Leeth National Bank
Decatur (B )_________ The Morgan County Na­
tional Bank o f Decatur
Demopolis (B )________ .^Commercial National Bank
Dothan ( A ) ___________ "''First National Bank
Dozier (B )___________ First National Bank
Eutaw (B )___________.^Merchants & Farmers Bank /
.
of Greene Co.
*
Fairfield (B )------------- 1. The Fairfield American Na
,
tional Bank
Fayette (B )_________ First National Bank
Florence (B ) ________ First National Bank
Fort Payne (B )______First National Bank
Gadsden (B )__________ .•''American National Bank
Goodwater (B )_______./ First National Bank
Greenville (B )______ First National Bank
.
Guin (B )___________ .'/.^Marion C o u n t y B an k in g^
Company
Guntersville (B )_____ First National Bank
-Hamilton (B )__________*Marion County Banking C o /
Hartford ( A ) ________ y. First National Bank

Huntsville (B )_______ I First National Bank
J Henderson National Bank
Jasper (B )___________ Y First National Bank
Leeds (B )____________/ Leeds American National
y
Bank
Linden (B )__________ _ First National Bank
Lineville (B )_________ {. Lineville National Bank
Mobile (N .O .)________ The American Nat’l Bank &
Trust Co. o f Mobile
^ Merchants National Bank of
Mobile
f First National Bank
Monroeville (B )______ /F i r s t National Bank
Montgomery (B ) _____ .^Alabama National Bank
■•'First National Bank
Oneonta (B )__________ ^ F irst National Bank
Opelika ( A ) __________ / Farmers National Bank
* First National Bank
✓National Bank o f Opelika
Opp ( A ) _____________ * First National Bank
Piedmont (B )________ _y First National Bank
Scottsboro (B )_______ ^ First National Bank
Selma (B )___________ City National Bank
* *Peoples Bank & Trust C om -.
pany
*
Selma National Bank
Sheffield (B )________ z.. Sheffield National Bank
Slocomb ( A ) _________ Yl, Slocomb National Bank
Stevenson (B )________^ First National Bank
Sylacauga (B )_______ _ City National Bank
^ Merchants & Planters Na­
tional Bank
Talladega (B )________ * Isbell National Bank
‘■'Talladega National Bank
Troy ( A ) _____________ * First-Farmers & Merchants
National Bank
Tuscaloosa (B )_______ . First National Bank
* City National Bank
Union Springs ( B ) ___ v American National Bank
‘'F irst National Bank
Wetumpka (B )_______ ^ First National Bank
Winfield (B )________ O W in fie ld State B a n k -/1 ^
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FLORIDA
Alachua______________ ^ First National Bank
Arcadia______________ s DeSoto National Bank
Avon Park___________ .w^The Barnett National Bank
of Avon Park
Bartow._______________Florida National Bank at
Bartow
Bradenton____________First National Bank
Clearwater___________ .. First National Bank
Cocoa_________________ V. Barnett National Bank of
Cocoa *
Coral Gables__________ ‘■Coral Gables First National
Bank
Daytona Beach_______F i r st Atlantic National
Bank
* State Member
(A) Atlanta zone
(B) Birmingham zone
(N.O.) New Orleans zone




DeLand______..________ * Barnett National Bank of
DeLand
DeFuniak Springs____ First National Bank
Fernandina___________ / First National Bank
Gainesville____________y^First National Bank
Homestead____________ First National Bank of
Homestead
Jacksonville__________ jt Atlantic National Bank
v" Barnett National Bank
^.Florida National Bank
Key W est___ _________ / First National Bank
Lake City____________First National Bank
Lakeland_____________ /F lo r id a National Bank
Leesburg_____________ ./F irs t National Bank

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FLORIDA (Continued)
Live Oak_____________ ^ First National Bank
Marianna____________ _Y*Citizens State Bank v
s First National Bank
Miami________________ First National Bank
^ Florida National Bank &
Trust Co.
Miami Beach_________ ir Miami Beach First National
Bank
Milton------------------------ r First National Bank
Mt. Dora_____________ ... F irst ..National Bank
Ocala__________________ Munroe & Chambliss Na,
tional Bank
Palatka---------------------- i. Palatka Atlantic National
Bank
Palm Beach_ '________ First National Bank in Palm
Beach
Pensacola_____________ ^American National Bank
^Citizens & Peoples National
Bank

Sanford_______________

Sanford Atlantic National
Bank
Sarasota_____________ ... Palmer National Bank &
,
Trust Co.
St. Augustine________ St. Augustine National Bank
St. Petersburg_______ /. The Florida National Bank
at St. Petersburg
Tampa________________.-^Exchange National Bank
’"'First National Bank
West Palm Beach_____ Florida Bank & Trust Co. of /
West Palm Beach
^ W est Palm Beach Atlantic
.
National Bank
Winter Haven________ x American National Bank in
Winter Haven
* Exchange National Bank of
Winter Haven

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GEORGIA
Albany_______________ y Albany Exchange National
Bank
^ City National Bank
A rco___________________*Brunswick Bank & Trust
Company (A rco Branch) ,
Athens________________ Citizens & Southern Na-tPf •
tional Bank
•'National Bank of Athens D ,
Atlanta------------------------ Citizens & Southern N a-u ^ •
tional Bank
* First Natipnal Bank of A t­
lanta
y F ulton National Bank
^T rust Company of Georgia *>,
Augusta--------------------- ✓ Citizens & Southern N a -^ <
tional Bank
^ G a . Railroad Bank & Trust
Co.
*'
^National Exchange Bank
Bainbridge------------------ ^ First National Bank
Blakely_______________ First National Bank
Barnesville----------------- - First Natipnal Bank
Brunswick------------------ ^ B runsw ick Bank & Trust
/
Company
^National Bank o f Brunswick
Calhoun_______________ ^Calhoun National Bank
Cartersville___________ ^F irst National Bank
Cedartown____________-^Liberty National Bank
Columbus____________ -^Columbus Bank & Trust Co.
^ First National Bank
•'Fourth National Bank
Commerce-------------------* First National Bank
^N ortheastern Banking Com ­
pany
w
Cornelia______________ y First National Bank
Dallas________________ First National Bank
Dalton________________ "^First National Bank
Dawson______________ y*Bank o f Dawson
v''
Douglasville___________^ First National Bank

Gainesville____________ - First National Bank
Jefferson_____________ ^ First National Bank
Jessup_________________ *Brunswick Bank & Trust Co.
(Jessup Branch)
LaGrange____________ _*1 LaGrange National Bank
Lavonia______________ Y.. First National Bank
Lawrenceville________ y.*Brand Banking Company ■vf
v First National Bank
Lincolnton____________.^Farmers State Bank .
Louisville_____________ y First National Bank
/?
Macon________________ Citizens & Southern N a ^ tional Bank
^ First National Bank & Trust
Co. in Macon
Madison______________ ^ First National Bank
Marietta______________ ^ The Citizens National Bank
in Marietta
First National Bank
yf
Millen__________ __ __ _^'*Bank of Millen
Milledgeville__________ y F irst National Bank
Monroe______________ >/*Bank of Monroe
^ F a rm ers Bank o f Monroe ^
Monticello____________y Farmers National Bank
^ First National Bank
Montezuma___________ Y Citizens National Bank
Moultrie______________ y Moultrie National Bank
Newman______________ y F ir s t National Bank
^Manufacturers N a t i o n a l
Bank
Ocilla________________ y First National Bank
Pelham______________ _/_*Farmers Bank
^
^ First National Bank
Reynolds_____________ y*Citizens State Bank r
Rhine________________ y*Rhine Banking Company ^
Rome-------------------------- * National City Bank
^ First National Bank
Sale City______________ ^Farmers Bank o f Pelham
y
(Sale City Branch)
Sasser_______________ !__*Bank o f Sasser
^

* State Member




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Authority g , Q t( O S 6 I

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GEORGIA (Continued)
Savannah.
>.*

''?v

*

7 ^

/

..^ C itizen s Bank & Trust Com- /
pany
v'Citizens & Southern Na­
tional Bank
""The Liberty National Bank
& Trust Co. of Savannah
^*SavannahU Bank & Trusty
Company
'
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Shellman______________ ^ First National Bank^*
Soperton____________ *l*Bank o f Soperton £
Swainsboro__________ iL* Central Bank
\T
Thomson___________ ,__First National Bank"
Valdosta---- ----------------►"Citizens & Southern
tional Bank
''F irst National Bank
Waynesboro___________/F i r s t National Bank

LOUISIANA
New Orleans.

Baton Rouge_________ If*Louisiana National Bank
Crowley._____________ L First National Bank
Jeanerette____________ iy First National Bank
L afayette____________First National Bank
Lake Charles________ .r First National Bank
New Iberia___________ _ New Iberia National Bank
/ Peoples National Bank
✓ State National Bank

Ville Platte—

..s/ a m encan

Bank & Trust
Company
"W hitney National Bank
/F i r s t National Bank

MISSISSIPPI
Meridian_

Biloxi________________ 4 First National Bank
Hattiesburg__________ "L First National Bank
Jackson_______________Jackson S t a t e National
,
Bank
'' First National Bank
Laurel/ Commercial National Bank
& Trust Company

Vicksburg-

Yazoo City.

Citizens National Bank
^ First National Bank in
Meridian
— First National Bank & Trust
Company of Vicksburg
Merchants National Bank
& Trust Company
J . Delta National Bank

TENNESSEE
/ First National Bank
^ Citizens National Bank ... First National Bank in Bris­
Bristoltol
„ First National Bank
Centreville—
.^ A m erica n Trust & Banking
^ChattanoogaCo.
‘'H am ilton National Bank *
Clarksville National Bank
Clarksville<First National Bank
-.^ Cleveland National Bank
Cleveland__
y. First National Bank
Coal Creek—
A First National Bank
Cookeville__
J. First National Bank o f Polk
Copper HillCounty
J^First National Bank
Cross villeFirst National Bank of
Decherd__
Franklin County
Dickson____ i_________ -/F irs t National Bank
Erwin______■__________ z Erwin National Bank
Franklin_____________ d. Harpeth National Bank
Gallatin____ ___________ ? First & Peoples National
Bank

Greeneville___________ ‘''F ir s t National Bank
Harriman_____________ i^First National Bank
Hohenwald___________ / First National Bank
Huntland____________ y First National Bank
Jefferson City________ ?. First National Bank
Jellico________________ _ First National Bank
Johnson City__________.^Hamilton National Bank
Jonesboro____________ x First National Bank
Kingsport____________ Y First National Bank
Knoxville____________ The Hamilton National Bank
,
o f Knoxville
LaFollette___________ £ . First National Bank o f LaFollette
J Peoples National Bank
Lawrenceburg________ _!^First National Bank
Lenoir City___________ t First National Bank
Lewisburg___________ First National Bank
Linden_______________ z. First National Bank
Loudon_______________ y"First National Bank
McMinnville__________ y First National Bank
Manchester___________ First National Bank
Morristown___________ \ The Hamblen National Bank
o f Morristown

Athens-

/T

* State Member




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TENNESSEE (Continued)
Mt. Pleasant.
Nashville____

>.0 neida____
f*etersburg_
Pikeville___
Shelbyville..




First National Bank
American National Bank
^Broadway National Bank
^ Third National Bank
Nashville
.y First National Bank
-'/F ir s t National Bank
_i^First National Bank
A First National Bank of
•* Shelbyville
^ Peoples National Bank

Smithville____________ _ First National Bank
Smyrna______________ £ First National Bank
South Pittsburg_______✓First National Bank
Sparta_______________ Y First National Bank
Springfifield__________ j<First National Bank
Tracy City___________.^ F irst National Bank
Tullahoma____________ 'i First National Bank
* Traders National Bank
Winchester___________ / Farmers National Bank

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ALABAMA

f

Abbeville______________ Bank o f Abbeville
Alexander City________ Alexander City Bank
Aliceville______________ Aliceville Bank & Trust
Company
Altoona________________ First State Bank
Anderson______________ Farmers Bank
Arab__________________ Bank o f Arab
A shford_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Ashville_______________ Ashvill^Savings Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Athens________________ Limestone County Bank
Atmore________________ Bank o f Atmore
Attalla_______ ..._______ Attalla Bank
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Auburn________________ Bank o f Auburn* 4
Bay Minette___________ Baldwin County feank
Beatrice_______________ Peoples Exchange Bank
Berry__________________ Bank o f Berry
Birmingham___________ Banking House o f Steiner
^
Brothers (P ar)
Exchange Bank
Industrial Savings Bank
(P ar)
North Birmingham Ameri»
can Bank
Blountsville____________ Bank o f Blountsville
Brent__________________ Brent Banking Company
Brewton____ .__________ Bank o f Brewton
Citizens Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Brundidge_____________ Brundidge Banking Com­
pany
Calera_________________ Central State Bank
Camden_______________ Bank o f Camden
Cedar Bluff___________ Cedar Bluff Bank
CentprL________________ Cherokee County Bank
Centerville____________ Peoples Bank
Chatom________________ Chatom State Bank
Citronelle______________ Citronelle State Bank
Clanton________________ Peoples Savings Bank
Clayton________________ Clayton Banking Company
Collinsville____________ Peoples Bank (P ar)
Columbia______________ Bank o f Columbia
Columbiana____________ Columbiana Savings Bank
Cottonwood____________ Bank o f Cottonwood
Cuba__________________ Bank of Cuba
Cullman_______________ Parker Bank & Trust Com­
pany (P ar)
Demopolis_____________ Robertson Banking Company
Dora__________________ Dora Banking and Trust
.
\ ' -T
Company
Dothan wifi frWtw>qA IU*A Dothan Bank & Trust Com3
pany
Eclectic________________ Bank o f Eclectic
Elberta________________ State Bank of Elberta
Elkmont_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Ensley_________________ Ensley Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Enterprise_____________ Enterprise Banking Com­
pany
Eufaula_______________ Eufaula Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Evergreen_____________ Bank o f Evergreen
Fairhope______________ Bank o f Fairhope




Faunsdale______ ______
Fayette____________ ___
Florala___ _____________
Foley—.________________
Fort Deposit__________
Frisco City____________
Gadsden_______________
Georgiana_____________
Geneva________________
Goodwater___________....
Greensboro____________
Gunters ville___________
Hanceville_____________
Hackleburg____________
Haleyville_____________
Heflin_________________
Hurtsboro_____________
Lexington_____________
Lineville_______________
Livingston...___________
Maplesville____________
Marion Junction______
Midway._______________
Monroeville____________
Montgomery___________
Montevallo____________
Moundville____________
McCullough___________
Notasulga_____________
Oakman_______________
Oneonta_______________
Parrish________________
Pell City______________
Peterman______________
Phoenix City__________
Phil Campbell_________
Piedmont______________
Pineapple_____________
Red Bay_______________
Red Level_____________
Reform ________________
Repton.
Roanoke.
Rockford-Vvilfl
Rogers ville.
Russellville.
Samson____
Selma_____
Springville..
Sulligent.
Tarrant_______________
(Birmingham P. 0 .)

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Watkins Banking Company
Citizens Bank
Bank of Florala
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Fort Deposit Bank
Peoples Bank
East Gadsden Bank
Citizens Bank
Citizens Bank
Peoples Trust & Savings
Bank
Peoples Bank
Citizens Bank
Merchants Bank
Bank of Hackleburg
Traders & Farmers Bank
Bank o f Heflin
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Bank o f Hurtsboro
Bank o f Lexington
Farmers & Merchants Bank
McMillan & Company
Bank of Maplesville
Marion Junction State Bank
James & Midway Banking
Company
Monroe County Bank
Union Bank & Trust Com­
pany (P ar)
Merchants & Planters Bank
Bank o f Moundville
Farmers Exchange Bank
First Bank o f Notasulga
Bank o f Oakman
Citizens Bank
Bank o f Parrish
Union State Bank
Bank o f Peterman
Phoenix-Girard Bank
First State Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Bank o f Pineapple
Bank o f Red Bay
Bank o f Red Level
State Bank o f Reform
Union Bank
City Bank and Trust Com­
pany
The Commercial Bank
Bank o f Rockford
East Lauderdale Banking
Company
Citizens Bank & Savings
Company
Samson Banking Company,
Inc.
Selma Trust & Savings
Bank (P ar)
Bank o f Springville
Bank o f Sulligent
Tarrant American Savings
Bank

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ALABAMA (Continued)

Thomaston____________ Planters Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Thorsby_______________ Bank o f Thorsby
Troy___________________ Troy Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Tuskegee Institute____ Ttiskegee Institute Savings
Bank

Uriah_________________
Vina___________________
Wadley________________
Wedowee______________
Winfield_______________
Y ork__________________

Bank o f Uriah
Vina Banking Company
Bank o f Wadley
Bank o f Wedowee
Citizens Bank o f Winfield
Bank o f York

FLORIDA
Brooksville____________ Hernando State Bank (P ar)
Dania__________________Dania Bank
Daytona Beach .--_______ Florida Bank & Trust Com­
pany (P ar)
Fort Lauderdale_______ Broward Bank V>& Trust
Company
Hileah_________________ First State Bank
H ollywood_____________ First Hollywood Bank
Jacksonville___________ American Trust Company
(P ar)
* /
Fairfield Atlantic B a n k
L '
(P ar)
VW;J
Riverside Atlantic B a n k
r
(P ar)
Springfield Atlantic Bank
(P ar)
Title & Trust Company of
Florida (P ar)
Lakeland______________ Peoples Savings Bank (P ar)
Live Oak______________ Commercial Bank

Miami_________________ Coconut Grove Exchange
Bank (P ar)
First Trust & Savings Bank
(P ar)
Little River Bank & Trust
Company
P. 0 . Box 1117, Little River
Station
Miami Beach-------------- .''Mercantile Bank & Trust
Company (P ar)
Orlando________________ Florida Bank at Orlando
(P ar)
Panama City__________ Commercial Bank
f
Pensacola--------------------- First Bank & Trust Com­
pany
St. Cloud--------------------- Citizens State Bank
St. Petersburg------------- Union Trust Company (P ar)
Tallahassee------------------ Capital City Bank
Lewis State Bank
W est Palm Beach_____ Central Farmers Trust Com­
pany (P ar)

GEORGIA
Adairsville____________
Adel___________________
Ailey__________________
Alapaha_______________
Albany________________
Americus______________
Ashburn_______________
Austell________________
Bainbridge____________
Ball Ground________ -~
Baxley_________________
Blackshear________ ___ _
Blue Ridge____________
Bowden________________
Buchanan______________
Buena Vista___________
Buford________________
Butler_________________
Byromville____________




Bank o f Adairsville
The Bryan Bank
Montgomery County Bank
Bank o f Alapaha
Albany Trust & Banking
Company (P ar)
Bank of Commerce
Ashburn Bank
Citizens Bank
Austell Bank
Bainbridge State Bank
Decatur County Bank (P ar)
Citizens Bank
Baxley State Bank
Blackshear Bank
Fannin County Bank
Commercial Bank
Haralson County Bank
Buena Vista Loan & Sav­
ings Bank
Shadburn Banking Company
Citizens State Bank
Bank o f Byromville

Cairo__________________ Cairo Banking Company
Citizens Bank
Camilla________________ Bank o f Camilla
Planters & Citizens Bank
Canton________________ Etowah Bank
Bank of Canton
Carrollton_____________ Peoples Bank
Cedartown_____________ Commercial Bank
Chickamauga__________ Bank o f Chickamauga
Clarksville_____________ Habersham Bank
Clayton________________ Bank of Clayton
Clermont______________ Clermont Banking Company
Cochran_______________ State Bank o f Cochran
Colquitt_______________ Citizens Bank
Columbus______________ Home Savings Bank (P ar)
Merchants & Mechanics Bank
(P ar)
Concord_______________ Concord Banking Company
Conyers_______________ Bank o f Conyers
Bank o f Rockdale
Cordele________________ Cordele Banking Company
Cornelia_______________ Cornelia Bank
Covington_____________ Bank o f Covington & Trust
Company
Cumming._____________ Bank o f Cumming

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GEORGIA (Continued)
Nashville______________
Newington____________
Newton________________
Norcross______________
Oglethorpe____________
Palmetto______________
Perry__________________
Pinehurst_____________
Pitts__________________
Quitman_______________
Rentz_________________
Richland______________
Roberta_______________
Rockmart______________
Roswell________________
Rutledge______________
Sandersville___________
Savannah_____________

'Dahlonega_____________ Bank o f Dahlonega
Dalton_________________ Bank o f Dalton
Hardwick Bank & Trust
>,*
Company
Darien___________r_____ Darien Bank
Demorest_______Cornelia Bank
Dexter______ .__________ Dexter Banking Company
Donaldsonville_________ Merchants & Farmers Bank
Douglas_______________ Coffee County Bank
Dublin_________________ Citizens & Southern Bank of
Dublin
Dudley_______ _________ Bank o f Dudley
Eatonton_____ 1________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Edison________________ Bank o f Edison " .
Elberton_______________ Granite City Bank
'Ellaville______ _________ Bank of Ellaville
E llijay________________ Bank o f E llijay
Fairburn______________ Fairburn Banking Company
^Fayetteville___________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Finley son______________ Bank of Finleyson
Folkston_______________ Citizens Bank
Forsyth_______________ Citizens Bank
Farmers Bank
Monroe County Bank
Fort Valley___________ Bank o f Fort Valley
Franklin______________ Bank o f Heard County
Gainesville____________ Citizens Bank
Gibson________________ Bank o f Gibson
Greensboro____________ Bank o f Greensboro
Hawkinsville__________ Planters Bank
Hazelhurst____________ Bank o f Hazelhurst
Hiawassee..____________ Bank o f Hiawassee
Hoschton....______ -_____ Bank of Hoschton
Jenkinsburg___________ Farmers Bank
Jonesboro______________ Bank o f Jonesboro
Junction City__________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Kingsland_____________ State Bank o f Kingsland
Lakeland______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Lake Park____________ Lake Park Bank
Leslie__________________ Bank o f Leslie
Lithonia_______________ Peoples Bank
Lumpkin______________ Farmers State Bank
Luthersville___________ Luthersville Banking Com­
pany
Macon_________________ City Bank & Trust Company
(P ar)
Madison_______________ Bank o f Madison
Manchester------------------ Bank o f Manchester
Marshallville__________ Citizens Bank
Georgia Banking Company
Meansville_____________ Bank o f Meansville
Meigs----- ;-------------------- Bank of Meigs
Milledgeville---------------- Exchange Bank
Merchants & Farmers Bank
Milledgeville Banking Com­
pany
Molena________________ Bank o f Molena
Moultrie___ ___________ Moultrie Banking Company
Mount Vernon__ -fc—r__ Mount Vernon Bank
Nahunta_______ Citizens Bank
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Shady Dale____________
Sharon________________
Social Circle._________
Springfield____________
Statesboro____________
Summerville___________
Swainsboro____________
Sylvania_______________
Sylvester____________ ....
Talbotton______________
Taylorsville..-._________
Tennille_______________
Thomasville________ ___
Thomson______________
Thomaston____________
T ifton_________________
Tignall________________
Toccoa________________
Trion__________________
Tucker________________
Union Point___________
Valdosta_______________
Vienna________________
Villa Rica_____________
W arrenton____________
Washington___________
W aycross______________
West Point____________
Whigham______________
W inder________________
Woodbury_____________
Woodland______________
Woodstock_____________
W rightsville___________
Zebulon._______________

LOUISIANA
Not yet reported

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United Banking Company
Bank of Newington
Baker County Bank
Bank of Norcross
Bank o f Oglethorpe
Farmers Bank
Perry Loan & Savings Bank
Bank of Pinehurst
Pitts Banking Company
Bank of Quitman
Rentz Banking Company
Richland Banking Company
Crawford County Bank
Rockmart Bank
Roswell Bank
Bank of Rutledge
George D. Warthen Bank
Georgia State Savings Asso­
ciation (P ar)
Citizens Bank
Bank of Sharon
Social Circle Bank
Exchange Bank
Sea Island Bank
Chatooga County Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Citizens Bank
Bank of Screven County
Sylvester Banking Company
Peoples Bank
Baiik of Taylorsville
Tennille Banking Company
Commercial Bank
Bank of Thomson
Citizens & Southern Bank
Bank o f Tifton
Bank o f Tignall
Bank o f Toccoa
Bank o f Trion
Bank of Tucker
Bapk of Union Point
Farmers Bank
Ashley Trust Company(Par)
Citizens Bank
Bank o f Villa Rica
Citizens Bank
Washington Loan & Bank­
ing Company
Commercial Bank (P ar)
Citizens Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Merchants & Planters Bank
Peoples Bank
Woodbury Banking Com­
pany
Woodland Bank
Bank o f Woodstock
Bank o f Wrightsville
Exchange Bank
Bank o f Zebulon

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MISSISSIPPI
(T H A T PORTION IN THE SIXTH DISTRICT ON LY)
Bay St. Louis_________ Hancock County Bank
Merchants Bank & Trust
Company
Biloxi___ _______________ Peoples Bank
Bolton______________Merchants Bank
Brookhaven____ _______ Brookhaven Bank & Trust
Company
Canton________________ Canton Exchange Bank
Centreville___ Farmers Exchange Bank
Columbia______—__-____ Citizens Bank
Columbia Bank
Crystal Springs__ Truckers Exchange Bank
DeKalb________________ Commercial Bank
Edwards_______________ Bank o f Edwards
Fayette_____ -_______ ^__ Jefferson County Bank
Peoples Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Forest_________________ Bank of Forest ,
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Gulfport_______________ Hancock County Bank&-/'
Hazlehurst____________ Bank o f Hazlehurst
Merchants & Planters Bank
^Liberty------------------------ Liberty Bank
Lucedale---------------------- Bank of Lucedale
Magee-------------------------- State Guarantee Bank
Magnolia______________ Magnolia Bank
Meridian______________ Merchants & Farmers Bank
Morton___________ _____ Bank of Morton

Mount Olive___________ Mount Olive Bank
Natchez_________ ______ City Bank & Trust Company
New Augusta__________ Perry County Bank
Newhebron_____________ Newhebron State Bank
Pascagoula_____ _r.______ Merchants & Marine Bank
Pass Christian_________Hancock County Bank hhr
Philadelphia—.—,_______ Bank of Philadelphia
Citizens Bank
Picayune______________ Bank of Picayune
Port Gibson_____ ______ Mississippi Southern Bank
Port Gibson Bank
Prentiss_______________ Bank o f Blountville
Purvis_________________ Lamar County Bank
Quitman_______________ Bank of Quitman
R aym ond_________ ____ Merchants & Planters Bank,
Richton________________ Richton Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Scooba_________________ Bank o f Scooba
Sebastopol_____________ Bank o f Sebastopol
Shubuta_______________ Bank o f Shubuta
Stonewall______________ Stonewall Bank
*
Sumrall________________ Sumrall Bank
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Tylertown_____________ Tylertown Bank
Utica__________________ Bank o f Utica
Wesson________________ Bank o f Wesson
Woodville______________ Commercial Bank
Yazoo City____________ Bank of Yazoo City

* TENNESSEE
(T H A T PORTION IN THE SIXTH DISTRICT ON LY)

(The Following List is Composed of Non-Member Par Banks)
Ashland City_________

Ashland City Bank & Trust
Co.
Cheatham County Bank
Belfast________________ Bank o f Belfast
Caryville______________ First State Bank
Centerville_____________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Security Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Charlotte____________ ... Bank o f Charlotte
Dickson County Banking
Company
Chattanooga— ------------- St. Elmo Bank & Trust
Company
Clarksville------------------- First Trust & Savings Bank
Northern Bank o f Tennessee
Cleveland---------------- _ Cleveland Bank & Trust
Company
Merchants Bank
Columbia_____ ___ _.__—.C om m erce Union Bank-***P*
Middle Tennessee Bank
Cookeville_________ ____ Citizens Bank
Cornersville— — ______ Farmers Bank
Donelson____________ Donelson Bank & Trust Co.
Dover_______________ ..... Dover-Peoples Bank & Trust
Co.
Erwin__________________ Citizens Bank
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Franklin l______________ Williamson County Banking
■C
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& Trust Co.
^ o Andy i-^-.K-€!ommerce Union Bank
Gallatin_______.....— l.i~ Sumner •County Bank &
Trust Co.
Goodlettsville__________ Bank o f Goodlettsville
Hohenwald____________ Hohenwald Bank & Trust
Co.
Jellico_________________ Union Bank
Johnson City__________ Peoples Bank
Knoxville______________ Bank of Knoxville
Commercial Bank & Trust
Co.
Morris Plan Bank
Lawrenceburg_________ Commerce Union Bank
Lebanon_______________ Commerce Union Bank
Lebanon Bank & Trust Co.
Lewisburg_____________ Peoples & Union Bank
Madison...____ _________ Madison Bank & Trust Co.
Manchester_______ _____ Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
Maryville____ :________ Bank o f Maryville
Mount Pleasant_______ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Murfreesboro..________ Commerce Union Bank
Murfreesboro Bank & Trust
Co.
McMinnville________ ___ City Bank & Trust Co.
First Trust Co.

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Authority

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NON-MEMBER BANKS— SIXTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT

TENNESSEE (Continued)
(T H A T PORTION IN THE SIXTH DISTRICT ON LY)

(The Following List is Composed of Non-Member Par Banks)
Nash ville­

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_________ Citizens Savings Bank &
Trust Co.
Commerce Union Bank
Nashville & American Trust
>
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Co.

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Old Hickory___________ (T)ld Hickory Branch. ,
<Nashville & American Trust
U Co.
Pleasant View_________ Citizens Bank
Home Bank
Pulaski________________ Union Bank
Rogersville____________ Citizens Bank
Hawkins County Bank

Sevierville__________ __ Sevier County Bank
rt
Sparta_________________ Commerce Union Bank
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
Springfield___________ . Commerce Union Bank a *
Springfield Bank, Branch
Nashville & Am. Tr. Co.
Tullahoma_____________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
W averly_______________ Citizens Bank
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Whites Creek__________ Whites Creek Bank & Trust
Co.
Woodbury_____________ Commerce Union Bank

TENNESSEE (Continued)
(T H A T PORTION IN THE SIXTH DISTRICT ON LY)

(The Following List is Composed of Non-Par Banks)

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Adams________________ _ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Alexandria_________ __ Alexandria Bank & Trust
Company
Ardm ore_______________ Bank o f Ardmore
^ Athens_________________ Farmers Bank
« Auburn town___________ Bank o f Auburn
Bethpage______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Big Rock______________ Big Rock Bank
Blanche________________ Blanche Banking Company
Bumpas Mills__________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Burns..________________ Burns Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Byrdstown—__ ________ Pickett County Bank &
<
Trust Company
Carthage______________ Citizens Bank & Trust Company
Smith County Bank
Celina_____ __ _________ Bank of Celina
Chapel Hill____________ First State Bank
Charleston,,..... ............— Hiwassee Bank
^ /C h r is tia n a _____________ Bank of Christiana
^ Clifton_________________ Clifton State Bank
T^onlr
Church Hill___________ Church Hill Branch— Citizens Bank
Clinton_____________ __ Peoples Bank
Union Bank
Coalmont______________ Coalmont Savings Bank
College Grove_________ Bank o f College Grove
Collinwood_____________ Bank o f Collinwood— ^ * /
Cowan_________________ Bank o f Cowan
Cross Plains__________ Cross Plains Bank
Culleoka_______________ Bank o f Culleoka
Cumberland City______ Citizens Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Cumberland City Bank




Dayton,____ ___________ Dayton Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Delrose________________ Home Bank
Dowelltown-___ _______ Alexandria Bank & Trust
Company /$ v '
Ducktown__ ___________ Ducktown Banking Company
Dunlap_____________ __ Sequatchie County Bank
Estill Springs_________ Home Bank & Trust C o m ^ .
pany
^
Ethridge_______________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Etowah________________ Cantrell Banking Company
Fountain City_________ City Bank o f Fountain City
Frankewing___________ Bank o f Frankewing
Friendsville___________ Peoples Bank
Gainesboro____________ Security Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Granville--- ------------------ Security Bank & Trust Com­
pany ( Granvillejixaoidi). «
Greenback__ __________ Merchants & Farmers Bank-'TC^'
Hampshire_____________ Hampshire Bank
Hartsville_____________ Bank o f Hartsville
Citizens Bank
Hendersonville--__ ____ Bank of Hendersonville
Indian Mound_________ Bank o f Indian Mound
Farmers Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Jamestown------------------- Bank o f Jamestown
Farmers Bank
Jasper-------------------------- Marion Trust & Banking
Company
Jonesboro--------------------- Banking & Trust Company
Kelso__________________ Peoples Bank
Kingston______________ Kingston Bank & Trust
Company
Kingston Springs_____ Bank of Kingston Springs
LaFayette_____________ Citizens Bank
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declassified

Authority f c . g j OSYH

NON-MEMBER BANKS— SIXTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT

TENNESSEE (Continued)
(THAT PORTION IN THE SIXTH DISTRICT ONLY)

(The Following List is Composed of Non-Par Banks)
Lascassas______________ Lascassas Bank & Trust
Company
Lenoir City____________ Merchants & Farmers Bank
Liberty,*_______________ Liberty Savings Bank
Limestone_____________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Livingston_____________ Union Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Lobelville______________ Bank of Lobelville
Loretto______,__________ Bank of Loretto ,
Lynchburg__ ._________ Farmers Bank
Madisonville___________ Bank o f Madisonville
Maynardsfville_________ Maynard^ville State Bank
Monterey._______ r._____ Bank o f 1\lonterey
Morrison______________ Citizens State Bank
Mountain City_________ Bank o f Mountain City
Merchants & Traders Bank
Mount Juliet__________ Bank of Mount Juliet
McEwen_______________ Union Bank
Newport_______________ Merchants & Planters Bank
New Tazewell_________ Citizens Bank
Niota__________________ Bank o f Niota
Norene________________ Peoples Bank
Oakdale_______________ Depositors State Bank
Orlinda________________ Bank o f Orlinda
Pleasant Shade________ Bank of Pleasant Shade
Portland_______________ Farmers Bank
Red Boiling Springs__ Red Boiling Springs Bank
Riceville_______________ Riceville Bank

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Rutledge_____ _________ Citizens Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Sewanee_______________ Bank o f Sewanee
Sneedville_____________ Citizens Bank
South Pittsburg_______ South Pittsburg Savings
Bank
Spencer________________ Citizens Bank
Spring City___________ Bank o f Spring City
Stayton________________ Stayton Bank & Trust Com­
pany
St. Joseph_____________ American Bank
Sunbright_____________ Sunbright Bank & Trust
Company
Sweetwater____________ Sweetwater Bank & Trust
Company
Tazewell_______________ Claiborne County Bank
Van Lear______________ Peoples Bank
Wartburg______________ Citizens Bank & Trust Com­
pany
Watertown...___________ Lebanon Bank & Trust Company-W atertown -Branch
Waynesboro___________ Bank o f Waynesboro
Wayne County Bank
Westmoreland_________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
White Bluffs___________ Farmers & Merchants Bank
Whitleyville___________ Bank of Whitleyville
Winchester____________ Home Bank & Trust Com­
pany

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority (E.c J O X f I

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF ATLANTA

March 21, 1933.

To the Banks, Bonkers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District:
For your information we quote following communications received from the
Treasury Department:
"The President has issued the following Executive order:
'Whenever the appropriate authority having immediate supervision of any
banking institution located, in any state or place subject to the jurisdiction of
the United States which is a member of the Federal Reserve System and which has
not been licensed by the Secretary of the Treasury to resume its usual banking
functions, shall deem it necessary or advisable in order to conserve the assets
of such banking institution for the benefit of the depositors or other creditors,
such authority may, in accordance with the provisions of the applicable laws of
such state or place, appoint such appropriate official rs may be authorized under
such laws to conserve the assets of such banking institution pending further
disposition of its business as provided by such lews.
'This order shall not authorize any such member bank to reopen for the
performance of usual and normal functions until it shall have received a license
from the Secretary of the Treasury as provided in Executive order of March 10,
1933* "•
REGULATION NUMBER ZJ - "Under authority conferred upon him by the
President’s proclamations of March b, 1933> anci °** March 9, 1933> declaring and
continuing a Bank Holiday, and the Executive order of March 10, 1*333» the Secretary
of the Treasury has issued the following regulation:
’Any State Banking Institution which is a member of the Federal Reserve
System and which is not licensed by the Secretary of the Treasury to reopen for
the performance of usual hoiking functions may, with the approval of the appro­
priate state authority having immediate supervision of such banking institution,
permit withdrawals by depositors and make payments to creditors of such percentage
of the amounts due to them (not exceeding ^jjo) ©s it may determine, provided that
at or before the time of such withdrawal or payment it shall set aside and make
available for such purpose a fund for the benefit of and sufficient to pay to all
depositors and creditors the percentage so determined,
’This regulation shall not in any way affect 3ny right created by regula­
tion Number 7 nor limit or restrict any payment thereby authorized,
’Any right to authorize withdrawals or payments under the terms of this
regulation shell terminate upon the appointment of any Conservator, Receiver or
other appropriate State Official taking charge of the affairs of such banking
institutions.1"




Y qtj truly yours,
E. R. Black,
Governor.

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declassified

Authority

j

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF ATLANTA

March 21,

1933 ,

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District:
For your information we quote following communi­
cation received from the Treasury Department:
"INTERPRETATION NUMBER 12: ’Regulation No. 27
is interpreted to permit any banking institution acting thereunder
to carry on such usual banking functions as may he essential to
permit restricted withdrawals and payments authorized by such regu­
lation, subject to all of the provisions and restrictions therein
contained and except as otherwise prohibited.™




Very truly yours,

E. R. Block,

Governor.

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declassified

Authority

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF ATLANTA

\

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March 20, 1933.

To the Banks, Bankers and Trusf Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District:
Under authority conferred upon him by the President’s proclamations of
Larch 0**1933» an '3- of March 9, 1933» declaring and continuing a Bank Holiday, the
Secretary of the Treasury has issued the following regulation:
"REGULATION NUMBER 28 - ’After the close of business on March l8, 1933>
Treasury Regulation Number^ and Treasury Regulation Number 10, as amended, shall
be without force or effect to authorize any banking transaction therein referred
to. ’n
We quote belov? Regulations Numbers G and 10, referred to above:
"REGULATION NUMBER G - -’Under authority conferred upon him by President’;
proclamation declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has issued following
regulation: ’Any banking institution may handle and collect drafts or other
documents in connection with the shipment, transportation or delivery of food or
feed'"products, mtsy pay out or permit the withdrawal of such amounts of currency as
shall be necessary in the judgment of such banking institution in connection with
such shipment, transportation or delivery of food or feed products, and may perform
such other banking functions as may be essential to the shipment, transportation
or delivery of food or feed products, provided, however, that no banking institu­
tion shall pay out or permit the withdrawal of any gold or gold certificates.’"
"REGULATION NUMBER 10 - ’Under authority conferred upon him by President’"
proclamation declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has issued following
regulation: ’Any National or State Banking Institution may exercise its usual bank­
ing functions to such extent as its situation shall permit and as shall be abso­
lutely necessary to meet the needs of its community for food, medicine, other
necessities of life, for the relief of distress, for the payment of usual salaries
and wages, for necessary current expenditures for the purpose of maintaining em­
ployment, and for other similar essential purposes: provided, however, that (1),
every precaution shall be taken to prevent hoarding or the unnecessary withdrawal
of currency; (2) no State Banking Institution shall engage in any transaction
under this regulation which is in violation of State or Federal Lav/ or of any
regulation issued thereunder; (3) no National Banking Association shall engage in
any transaction under this section which is in violation of any Federal Law or
of any order or regulation issued by the Comptroller of the Currency; and (4) no
gold or gold certificates shall be paid out. Each banking institution and its
directors and officers will be held strictly accountable for faithful compliance
with the spirit end purpose as well as the letter of this regulation.’"




Very truly yours,

E. R. Black,
Governor.

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declassified

Authority g,Ci,(OS~A I

tj. 7 Q ■o /

FEDERAL RESERVE RANK
OF ATLANTA

March 20, 1<333

To the Bonks, Bankers end Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal ffeserve District:
For your information we quote following communication received from the
Tros sury Departme nt:
"Under authority conferred upon him by President’s proclamation of March
6 and 9, 1*333 declaring and continuing Bank Holiday Secretary of Treasury has
issued the following regulation: ^Deposits of the kinds described in regulations
Number 7 snd Number 15 are ‘&ot subject to the provisions of regulation Number 23*”
■'We quote below regulations Nos. 7 an(^ ^5 referred to above:
"Regulation No. 7“*’^ ^ ^ authority conferred upon him by Presidents
proclamation declaring Bank Holiday, Secretory of Treasury has issued following
regulations: ’Deposits heretofore'^received by any banking institution pursuant to
agreement or legislative authority providing for segregation and for repayment
without restriction may be paid on demand. Any banking institution which was law­
fully^ engaged in the business of receiving deposits prior to March 6, 1033* 1316y
create special trust accounts for the receipt of new deposits which shall be subject
to withdrawal on demand without any restriction or limitation and shall be kept
separately in cash or on deposit in Federal Reserve Banks or invested in obligations
of the United States. Federal Reserve Banks may open special accounts on their
books for their member banks and temporarily for non-member banks and may receive
in such special accounts the proceeds of new deposits received by such banking
institutions. In making deposits with the Federal Reserve Bank pursuant to this
regulation the depositing bank shall in the case of each deposit indicate to the
Federal Reserve Bank fcy symbol or otherwise that the funds so deposited represent
new deposits made under this regulation. Upon receipt of such deposits such
Federal Reserve Bank shall credit the same in the special account of the depositing
bank herein provided for and shall hold, the same solely for repayment to such bank.
Federal Reserve Banks shall permit the withdrawal of any part or all of such new
deposits by the depositing bank without restriction provided that the depositing
bank shall in such order or request for withdrawal indicate to the Federal Reserve
Bank by symbol or otherwise that such withdrawal is to be made from such special
account, provided however that no banking institution shall pay out or permit the
withdrawal of any gold or gold certificates.*”
"Regulation No. l^-’Under authority conferred upon him by the President’s
proclamation of March &, 1S33> declaring a Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury
has issued following regulation: 1 The permission granted in regulation Number 7
that deposits heretofore received by any banking institution pursuant to agreement
or legislative authority providing for segregation and repayment without restriction
r.‘\y be paid on demand, includes any bank in which any such deposits hove been reduposited by or on behalf of the receiving bank in accordance with such agreement
or legislative authority.
Regulation No. 23 was so designated in our circular letter dated M^rch
13,

1933-




Vor;, truly yours,

E. R. Black,
Govereor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

\

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Fe d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
of

Atlanta

iiarch 17, 1933

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve Districtj
For your information we quote following Communications received from
the Treasury Departments
INTERPRETATION Wo. 11 — "Regulation No. 12 is not to be construed as
permitting a banking institution, open for normal and usual functions
under license of the Secretary of the Treasury, to require depositors
to accept clearing house certificates or other evidences of claims
against assets for all or any part of any withdrawal requested.”
"A number of inquiries have been made at the Treasury Department as
to whether a prohibition exists upon proper commercial dealings in
silver during the banking emergency.
No regulations have been issued restricting export or other trans­
actions in silver, except for limitations affecting withdrawals by
depositors for hoarding and restrictions on banks not permitted to
reopen.*

"Office of Comptroller of Currency advises that, notwithstanding ap­
pointment of Conservator for National Bank under Bank Conservation
Act, deposits received by such bank prior to appointment of Conserva­
tor in special trust accounts created under the provisions of regula­
tion No. 7 of the Secretary of the Treasury issued March 6, 1933, may
be withdrawn upon demand without restriction or limitation to the full
extent of the amount of cash, Federal Reserve Bank balances and pro­
ceeds of United States obligations in which such deposits have been
kept separate or invested in accordance with the provisions of said
regulation




No. 7."

Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority
«

Fe

d e r a l r e s e r v e

of

Ba

n k

Atlanta

0/
March 14, 1933.

4

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to the Banks9 Bankers and Trust Companies In
the Sixth Federal Reserve Districts
■?-0

"Under authority conferred upon him by the Presidents proclamations
of March 6th and 9th, 1933, declaring and continuing Bank Holiday, Secretary
of the Treasury has issued following regulations*
"REGULATION No. 25 - 'Pending the determination by the Treasury Department
of a suitable procedure fer licensing the delivery of gold for use in
•Trade, profession or art, Federal Reserve Banks are hereby authorised to
deliver upon request therefore gold in amounts deemed by such bank to be
reasonably required for legitimate, and customary uses in trade, pro­
fession or art, provided such request is accompanied by affidavit of the
person requesting such gold stating the amount of unmanufactured gold on
hand and the facts making it necessary to obtain such gold for the pur­
pose of maintaining employment.'
♦All banks licensed to open for usual and normal functions are permitted
to carry out any transaction necessary to complete the delivery of any
gold authorized by any Federal Reserve Bank to be delivered in accordance
fitit such request. * *
"Secretary has also issued public statement directing that requests for
delivery of gold for use in trade, profession or art be submitted to
Federal Reserve Bank of the District accompanied by affidavit referred
to in regulation, and stating that accurate records must be kept of
disposition of all gold which may be released."
"RlGKJIiATION No. 26 - 'All Banking Institutions may issue drafts trans­
ferring credits from any place in the United States to any other place
in the United States and from any place in the United States to any
place in a foreign country in connection with payments for domestic
and foreign patent, trade mark and design application fees, and in
payment for..domestic and foreign patent and trade mark taxes and re­
newals. No gold or gold certificates shall be paid out, withdrawn,
or exported under this regulation.9 "




ours very truly,

Qovernor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority g .n .fO S V ^ \

Fe d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
of

Atlanta

\

March 13, 1933

To the Banks , Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve Districts
For your information ve quote following communications received today
from the Treasury Departmenti
"All Banking Institutions may subscribe for offering of Treasury Certif­
icates of Indebtedness, dated March 15, 1933, for their ovn account in
the usual manner. Application for these Certificates may be made by
subscribers other than banking Institutions directly to federal Reserve
Banks or Branches, or at banks vhich are open for normal business.
"Secretary of Treasury has issued the following statement to the presss
'The first duty of the banks reopening under license of the Secretary of
the Treasury for the performance of their usual functions is to see that
the primary needs of the people for funds for the necessaries of life and
for normal business undertakings are met. Accordingly withdrawals for
hoarding have been prohibited and the Secretary of the Treasury suggests
that until more normal conditions have been established transfers of funds
by banks or their customers be limited to necessary purposes.* "




Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

Fe d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
of

mmm

^ :'i

Atlanta
Maroh 18,

to thb

U

im .

bank addrsssidi

On yesterday the Secretary of the Treasury began the licensing!
tor reopening on an unrestricted basis * of banks fhicii are members
of the federal Reserve System* such licensing *111 continue from
da? to day* fe are enclosing a list of meaner banks vhioh began
operation today under such licenses.
Non-member state banks are also being permitted to open by
State authorities - some on 4 restricted basis and some on an un­
restricted basis. We are enclosing a list shoving non-member banks
vhioh, according to our inforpatioi, have been licensed for opening
on an unrestricted basis by State authorities, this last named lilt
is not complete but is made up from the only data nov obtainable*
These lists are sent to you primarily for your oonvenienoe
in forvarding items for collection* Only such items as are dravn
on or payable at banks shovn on these lists, and supplements thereto,
(vhioh supplements vill be forvarded to your bank from day to day)
together vith items dravn on or payable at Federal Reserve Banks and
0. 8* Treasury varrants, can be ooileeted through the Reserve System*
Please do not forvard to us or direct to Federal Reserve Banks
in other districts any checks or other items for collection dravn on
or payable at banks vhioh are not included in this or subsequent lists.
Very truly yours,
P* It* $, Beavers,
Assistant Cashier*
NOTE* Please preserve the enclosed lists and supplements very care*
fully and consult the saste, together vith par lists, vhen staking up
your cash or collection letters* Also segregate checks and cash
letters by states* Failure to observe these requirements vill re­
sult in delay in the forvarding of your items and considerable
inoonvenience to the Federal Reserve Bank.
f* L* T* 1*
List No* 1 - System Members, enclosed*
List No* 1A - Non-Members, enclosed*



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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

{

F e d e r a l ^Re s e r v e B a n k
of

Atlanta
March IS, 1933*

To the Sinks, Bankers and Trust Companies of

the Sixth Federal Reserve Districti
Under authority conferred upon him by the President's proclamations
of March 6th and 9th, 1933, declaring and continuing Bank Holiday, the Secre­
tary of the Treasury has issued the following regulationsi
'‘REGULATION No* 22 - •All Federal Land Banks, Federal Intermediate Credit
Banks, Joint Stock Land Banks, Federal Home Loan Banks, Regional Agricul­
tural Credit Corporations and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation are
hereby permitted to open at 9 o'clock, A, M., Monday, March 13, 1933, to
perform their usual banking functions except to the extent prohibited by
the Executive order of the President of the United States, issued March
10, 1933, by Federal or State law, or as may hereafter be limited or pro­
hibited by regulations promulgated by the Secretary of the Treasury.'
'This permission, as to each of the foregoing banking institutions,
may be revoked in whole or in part by the Secretary of the Treasury at
any time, and is granted as to each such institution upon the express con­
dition that such institution shall deliver, within thirty days from the
date hereof, to the Treasurer of the United States or to a Federal Reserve
Bank or a Federal Reserve Branch Bank of the District in which it is
located, all gold coin, gold bullion and gold certificates owned by it,
and receive payment in credit or in other forms of coin or in currency,' "
"REGULATION No, 23 - 'Secretary of the Treasury has issued following re­
gulation governing all banking institutions whether or not licensed to
carry on usual and normal functions by Secretary of Treasury or appro­
priate State authority? 'No Banking Institution shall permit any with­
drawal by any person when such institution, acting in good faith, shall
deem that the withdrawal is intended for hoarding. Any banking insti­
tution, before permitting the withdrawal of large or unusual amounts
of currency, may require from the person requesting such withdrawal,
a full statement under oath of the purpose for which the currency is
ro a s te d * * *

"REGULATION No. 24 - 'All Banking Institutions may cash official drafts
drawn upon the Secretary of State for payment of salaries, traveling
and other contingent expenses but not for personal account, and remit
the amounts thereof to the banks from which the drafts are received,
provided that no gold or gold certificates shall be paid out.* "




Tours very truly,

Governor*

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declassified

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Authority /E .o .fO S Y it

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Federal Reserve Bank

'

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OF'A t L A N T A

llarob 13, 198B.

To the Banks, Bankers and Truest Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve Districts
For your information we quote following communications received today
from the Treasury Departments
"All Banking Institutions may subscribe for offering of Treasury Certif­
icates of Xndebtedness9 dated March 16, 1933, for their ovn account in
the usual manner* Application for these Certificates may be made by
subscribers other than banking institutions directly to Federal Reserve
Banks or Branches, or at banks which are open for normal business.
"Secretary of Treasury has issued the following statement to the presss
•The first duty of the banks reopening under license of the Secretary of
the Treasury for the performance of their usual functions is to see that
the primary needs of the people for funds for the necessaries of life and
for normal business undertakings are met. Accordingly withdrawals for
hoarding have been prohibited and the Secretary of the Treasury suggests
that until more normal conditions have been established transfers of funds
by banks or their customers be limited to necessary purposes** "




Tours irery truly,

cAy'
Qoveraor,

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.

declassified
f

;

Authority

F e d e r a l R e s e rv e Bank
of

Atlanta

March 13, 1933.

GOLD COIN OE m W CERTIFICATES WITHDRAWN FROM BANKS
NOT RBPEFOSITBP BEFORE MARCH 17, 1933.

TO THE BANK ADDRESSED:
Please prepare and transmit to this bank as soon
as possible after March 17th as complete a list as you may
obtain, giving the full names and addresses of all persons,
firms, partnerships or corporations who have withdrawn gold
coin or gold certificates from your bank, and who have not
redeposited it in a bank on or before March 17, 1933.
The term “redeposited” should be construed to mean
a deposit for credit to the depositor*s account, and not the
deposit of gold coin or gold certificates in safety deposit
boxes in your bank or elsewhere.
Banks which have replied to our letter *f the 9th
instant stating to us in substance, that only trivial amounts
of gold coin and gold certificates were withdrawn by customers
or others, after February 1, 1933, of which no record was
kept, and that none are known to be hoarding same, may dis­
regard this letter.




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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

F e d e r a l R e s e rv e Bank
of

I

tj

Atlanta

March 12, 1933,

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of

the Sixth Federal Reserve District!
Under authority conferred tipon him by the President98 proclamations
of March 6th and 9th, 1933, declaring and continuing Bank Holiday, the Secre­
tary of the Treasury has issued the following regulationss
"REGULATION No. 19 - 'Except as otherwise prohibited by law, banking
institutions may exercise their normal and usual functions in permit­
ting substitution for or release of collateral held by them, provided
other collateral or cash of equal or greater value is received in ex­
change therefor*1
REGULATION No, 20 - 'All Federal Reserve Banks and their branches and
agencies may open March 13, 1933, and may remain open for the perform­
ance of all usual and normal banking functions except as prohibited
by the Executive order issued by the President on March 10, 1933, and
any further orders or regulations hereafter issued.'
REGULATION No. 21 - 'Banking Institutions which are not members of
the Federal Reserve System or organized under the laws of the United
States and which are not under the immediate supervision of any State
authority may, on and after March 13, 1933, carry on their normal
and usual functions, except as otherwise prohibited and except that
no such institution shall pay out any gold coin, gold bullion or
gold certificates, unless authorized by the Secretary of the Treas­
ury# nor allow withdrawal of any currency for hoarding, nor engage
in any transaction in Foreign Exchange except such as may be under­
taken for legitimate and normal business requirements, for reason­
able traveling and other personal requirements, and for fulfillment
of contracts entered into prior to March 6, 1933,' 9




Governor

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority B . O J O S "ft I

F e d e ra l^ R e se rv e Bank
of

Atlanta

March 11, 1933.

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of

the Sixth Federal Reserve Districts
For your information we quote following communications received today
from the Treasury Department!
"Qjader authority conferred upon him by President18 proclamations of
March 6 and 9, 1933, declaring and continuing Bank Holiday, Secretary
of Treasury has issued following regulations
’All Banking Institutions are hereby authorized to subscribe and
pay for any United States government obligations which may be offered
for subscription and sale by the Secretary of the Treasury. Fed­
eral Reserve Banks may carry on such functions as may be necessary
to facilitate such transactions as are authorized by this regulation.1
*A11 Federal Reserve Banks are authorized to redeem matured obliga­
tions of the United States and to cash matured coupons provided no
gold or gold certificates shall be paid out.* ”




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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

f z r . g j Q S ’G I

Federal Reserve Bank
of

Atlanta

llaroh 11, 1933*

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve Districts
For your information we quote following communication received from
Federal Reserve Boardt
"The Federal Reserve Board considers that the term ‘Any individual,
partnership or corporation* as used in the last paragraph of Section
13 of the Federal Reserve Act as amended by the Act of March 9, 1933,
includes Banking Institutions regardless of whether they are members
of the Federal Reserve System or non-members.”
That paragraph of Section 13 of the Federal Reserve Act, referred
to above, was incorporated in our circular letter dated March 10, 1933.




urs very truly,

Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

F e d e r a l R e s e rv e Bank
of

I

n r <0

Atlanta

Mar^h 10,

L \

1933.

To the Banks, Bankers an&^Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District:
For your information w.e quote following communications received from
the Treasury Department:
’’Section 403
'
tJie Act 0£ March 9> 1933 > amends Section 13 of the
Federal Reserve Act as amended by adding at the end the reef the following
new paragraph:
’Subject to such limitations, restrictions, and regulation^ as the
Federal Reserve Board may prescribe, any Federal Reserve Banks may make advances
to any individual, partnership, or corporation on the promissory notes of such
individual, partnership, or corporation secured by direct obligations of the
United States. Such advances shall be made for periods not exceeding 90 days
and shall bear interest at rates fixed from time to time by the Federal Reserve
Bank, subject to the review and determination of the Federal Reserve.Board’.
Pursuant to a regulation issued by the Secretary of the Treasury
under the President’s proclamations of March b and March 9> 1933> 8ny Federal
Reserve Bank may make advances complying with the foregoing amendment in order
to enable individuals, partnerships and coprorations to meet their immediate
payroll requirements. It will be observed that all such advances must be
secured by direct obligations of the United States; that they may not be made
for periods longer than ninety days and that the interest rate thereon is sub­
ject to review and determination of the Federal Reserve Board. Pending further
action the Board approves a discount rate of 5$ Per annum upon advances made
under this Section to individuals, partnerships or corporations.#'
’’Under authority conferred upon him by President’s proclamations of
March G and 9> 1933» declaring and continuing Bank Holiday, Secretary of
Treasury has issued following regulation:
’Any banking institution, may, when the owners consent thereto, pay­
checks issued prior tf> March b, 1933 Gn(* received in due course ef business by
the drawee banking institution, by charging the amounts thereof to the accounts
of the drawers and crediting such amounts to the accounts of such owners cn the
books of the drawee banking institution'n.




Very truly yours,

E. R. Black,
Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority g . Q tfQS~a I

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF ATLANTA

March 10,
To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies cf
the Sixth Federal Reserve District:

1933.

/?/}

f (

The following Executive Order was signed by the President of the
United Ststes this afternoon:
"By virtue of the authority vested in me Try See. r
j (B) of the Act of
October 6, 1917» (40 Stat. L. /fll) as amended by the Act of March 9» 1933 > 8ndby Soc. /f of the said Act of Iferch 9* 1*333 > 8n(i
virtue of all other authority
vested in
, I hereby issue the following Executive Order:
’The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and empowered under such
regulations as he may prescribe to permit any member bank of the Federal Reserve
System 3nd any other banking Institution organized under the laws of the United
Stetes, to perform any or oil of their usual banking functions, except as otherwise
prohibited.
’The appropriate authority having immediate supervision, of banking
institutions in each state or any piace subject to the jurisdiction of the United
States is authorized and empowered under such regulations as such authority may
prescribe to permit any banking institution in such state or place, other than
banking-institutions covered by the foregoing paragraph, to perform any or all of
their usual banking functions, except as otherwise prohibited.* All banks which are
members of the Federal Reserve System, desiring to reopen for the performance of
all usual and normal banking functions, except as otherwise prohibited, shall apply
for a license therefor to the Secretary of the Treasury. Such application shall be
filed immediately through the Federal Reserve Banks. The Federal Reserve Bank
shall then transmit such applications to the Secretary of the Treasury. Licenses
will be issued by the Federal Reserve Banks upon approval of the Secretary of the
Treasury. The Federal Reserve Banks are hereby designated as Agents of the Secre­
tary of the Treasury for the receiving of applications and the issuance of licenses
in his behalf and upon his instructions.
’Until further order, no individual, partnership, association, *ir
corporation, including any banking institution, shall export or otherwise remove
or permit to be withdrawn from the United States or any place subject to the juris­
diction thereof any gold coin, gold bullion or gold certificates, except in accor­
dance with regulations prescribed by or under license issued by the Secretary of
the Treasury.
’No permission to any banking institution to perform any banking func­
tions shall authorize such institution to pay out any gold coin, gold bullion ci»
gold certificates except as authorized by the Secretary of the Treasury, nor to
allow withdrawal of any currency for hoarding nor to. engage in any transaction in
foreign exchange except such as may be undertaken for legitimate and normal business
requirements, for reasonable traveling and personal requirements, and for the ful­
fillment of contracts entered into prior to March o, 1*333*
’Every Federal Reserve Bank is authorized and instructed to keep itself
currently informed as to transactions in foreign exchange entered into or consugrrated within its district and shall report to the Secretary of the Treasury qll
tran&act.i-ens in fcvex^n exchange whi,<*h are prohibited’•




FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT,
THE M I T E HOUSE.
MARCH 10, 1933”
Very truly yours,

E. R. Black,
Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

\

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
OF ATLANTA
March 10, 1^33.
j/

y d

,

t

/

Up )

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District:
'■*. For your information we quote below the following statement of the
Secretary of the Treasury:
"Under the terms t»f the Act of March 9, 1933 > immediate action has
teen taken by the President and the Secretary of the Treasury which will
make possible the resumption of hanking operations in substantial volume at
a very early date. Pending such resumption the vital needs of communities
must be met. Attention of all hftnking institutions is called to regulation
10, which is still in force and which as amended provides for cooperation
between hanks in different communities and reads as follows;
Any National or State banking institution may exercise its usual
banking functions to such extent as its situation shall permit and cs shell be
absolutely necessary to meet the needs of its community for food, medicine,
other necessities of life, for the relief of distress, for the payment of
usual salaries and wages, for necessary current expenditures for the purpose
of maintaining employment, and for other similar essential purposes. Banking
institutions may carry out such transactions »s may be necessary to aid
banking institutions in other communities to meet the necessities set forth
above, provided, however, that (l) every precaution shall be taken to prevent
hoarding or the unnecessary withdrawal of currency (2) no state hanking
institution shall engage in any transaction under this regulation which is
in violation of state or federal la?/ or of any regulation issued thereunder
(3 ) no National Banking Association shall engage in any transaction under
this Section vrtiich is in violation of any Federal law or of any order or
regulation issued by the Comptroller of the Currency and (/r) no gold or gold
certificates shall be paid out. Bfeoh hanking institution and its directors
and officers will be held strictly accountable for faithful compliance with
the spirit and purpose as well as the letter of this regulation.
Federal Reserve Banks may carry on such functions as may he necessary
to facilitate transactions authorized by this regulation. In order to enable
member banks of the Federal. Reserve System to meet the needs of their
respective communities to the extent authorized by this regulation Federal
Reserve Banks may make advances to such member banks under the conditions
setforth in Section 10 (B of the Federal Reserve Act as amended by the Act
of March % 1933* anc*
accordance with authority granted by the Federal
Reserve Board.
In addition in order to enable individuals, partnerships and cor­
porations to meet their immediate payroll requirements Federal Reserve Banks
may make temporary advances to such individuals, partnerships and corpora­
tions on their promissory notes secured by direct obligations of the United
States in accordance with authority granted by the Federal Reserve Board."




Yours very truly,
E. R. Black,
Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority g . g J O S t i I

Fe d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
o f A tla n ta

March 1C, 1<333 •

io^the Banks* Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District:
There is quoted l?elow for your information a statement
released by the Secretary of the Treasury:
'"The Snergency Banking Legislation passed by the Congress
today is a most constructive step toward the solution of the
financial and banking difficulties which have confronted the country.
The extraordinary rapidity with which this Legislation was enacted
^ by the Congress heartens and encourages the country.
This Legislation makes possible the opening of banks upon a
sound basis, backed by an adequate supply of currency. Through this
law the banks which will open will be placed in a position to meet
all demands. This assurance should restore confidence and create the
foundation for a forward movement in business activities.
It will be the policy of the Treasury to permit as rapidly
as possible the opening of the sound banks. There are, of course,
many thousands of such banks which will promptly be restored to the
performance of their normal functions.
I

THE TREASURY HAS ALREADY TAKEN STEPS TO SECURE INFORMATION
THROUGH PROPER AUTHORITIES AS TO THE CONDITION OF THE VARIOUS BANKS
OF THE COUNTRY AND IMMEDIATELY INVITES FROM THE BANKS APPLICATIONS
FOR REOPENING.
While such information has already been assembled, the
completion of the information snd of the arrangements of the banka
for resuming their functions takes some time. It has therefore l|een
decided not to authorize any reopenings before Saturday, March 11.
It is obvious that it will-not be possible to act upon all of the
applications even by Saturday. Regulations governing reopenings and
also other subjects covered by the Legislation will immedietely be
published.”




Yours very truly,

E. R. Black,
Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority B.CiAOSr~. I

Fe d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
of

Atlanta

Uaroh 10, 19SS.

TO THE UBUBER BADS ADDRB8SEDI

For your information we quote following communications received
from &!ie Treasury Department!
"Under authority conferred upon him by President’s proclamation
declaring a Bank Holiday, the Secretary of the Treasury has is­
sued the following regulations!
‘Each Federal Reserve Bank may (l) make available to its member
banks whi'ch, in the judgment of the Federal Reserve Bank, are
complying strictly with the*spirit and purpose as well as the letter
of the regulations issued by the Secretary of the Treasury pursuant
to the President’s proclamation declaring a Bank Holiday, such
- limited amounts of coin and/or currency (other than gold or gold
certificates) as shall be absolutely necessary in order to enable
such member banks to exercise the restricted functions permitted
by such regulations, (2) Extend to each such member bank such
limited amounts of discounts, advancements and accommodations as
shall be absolutely necessary for the exercise of such restricted
functions, and (&} Hake transfers of credit on its books for such
restricted purposes between the accounts of such member banks and/or
non-member clearing banks which, in the Judgment of the Federal Re­
serve Bank, are complying strictly with the spirit and purpose
as well as the letter of such regulations| provided, however,
that before granting any such discounts, advancements or accom­
modations or making such limited payments of coin and/or cur­
rency, the Federal Reserve Bank shall first require the member
bank, (A) to inform the Federal Reserve £ank of the amounts Of
coin and currency which it has on hand, (B) to inform the fed?
eral Reserve fank of the circumstances giving rise to the need
for additional coin and/or currency, and (o) to deliver to the
Federal Reserve lank in exchange for other forms of coin and/or
currency or for credit on its hooks all gold and gold certifi­
cates held by such member bank in its own right. 1
•Federal Reserve Banks, in their discretion, are authorized to
handle checks and collection items arising out of the restricted
banking operations permitted under the regulations of the
Secretary of the Treasury when it can reasonably be anticipated
that funds satisfactory to the Federal Reserve Bank can be provided for the payment of such checks and collection items?
provided, however, that no gold or gold certificates shall be
paid out by sudh Federal Reserve Banks.tN




governor

>

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

\

Fe d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
of

Atlanta

March 10, 1933.

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District!
For your information we quote following communications received from
the Treasury Department!
"The Secretary of the Treasury announces! ^Openings of banks under
Xmergency Banking Act postponed until Monday.* "
"Executive order or regulation will issue shortly directing all banka
which are members of the Federal Reserve System, desiring to reopen
for the performance for all usual and normal banking functions except
as otherwise prohibited, to apply for a license to the Secretary of
the Treasury, applications to be filed with the Federal Reserve Bank
in the appropriate district. The appropriate authority having iramed*
late supervision of Banking Institutions i n each state will be author­
ised under such regulations as such authority may prescribe to permit
ally Banking Institution in such State or place, other than member
banks of Federal Reserve System to perform any or all of their usual
banking functions, except as otherwise prohibited.”
*U»der authority conferred upon him by President1 proclamation of
March 6, 1933, as extended, declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of
Treasury has issued following regulation: 'All Banking Institutions
are hereby authorized to take such steps and carry through such
transactions as may be necessary to complete for their own account,
or the account of their customers, payment on any subscriptions for
Treasury Bills of the United States for which payment was due on
March a, 1933.♦ "




Governor

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

\

Fe d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
o f A tla n ta

March 10,

7o,o i

1933

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth FederstJ; Reserve District:
For your information we quote following communications received from
the Treasury Department:
"Section 403
the Act of March 9» 1933 > amends Section 13 of the
Federal Reserve Act as amended by adding at the end thereef the following
new paragraph:
’Subject to such limitations, restrictions, and regulations as the
Federal Reserve Board may prescribe, any Federal Reserve Banks may make advances
to .any individual, partnership, or corporation on the promissory notes of such
individual, partnership, or corporation secured by direct obligations of the
United States. Such advances shall be made for periods not exceeding 9° days
and .shall bear interest at rates fixed from time to time by the Federal Reserve
Bank, subject to the review and determination of the Federal Reserve Board1.
Pursuant to a regulation issued by the Secretary of the Treasury
under the President’s proclamations of March G and March 9> 1933> 8ny Federal
Reserve Bank may make advances complying with the foregoing amendment in order
to enable individuals, partnerships and coprorations to meet their immediate
payroll requirements. It will be observed that all such advances must be
secured by direct obligations of the United States; that they may not be made
for periods longer than ninety days and that the interest rate thereon is sub­
ject to review snd determination of the Federal Reserve Board. Pending further
action the Board approves a discount rate of 5$ P©r annum upon advances made
under this Section to individuals, partnerships or corporations.# •
"Under authority conferred upon him by President’s proclamations of
March 6 and 9> 1933* declaring and continuing Bank Holiday, Secretary of
Treasury has issued following regulation:
’Any banking institution, may, when the owners consent thereto, pay
checks issued prior t© March b, 1933 2n<^ received in due course of business by
the drawee banking institution, by charging the amounts thereof tr the accounts
of the drawers and crediting such amounts to tlie accounts of such owners on the
books or the drawee banking institution'".




Very truly yours,

E. R. Black,
Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

Fe

d e r a l

of

R

e s e r v e

Ba

1

n k

Atlanta

llaroh 9, 1938

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District*
The following announcement from Washington is quoted for your
information:
"The President has today urged the immediate enactment of Legis­
lation dealing with the existing banking situation. It appears
that prompt action will make banking facilities and an adequate
supply of currency available. Notwithstanding the expected early
opening of banks, the Secretary of the Treasury interposes no ob­
jection to the issuance of clearing house certificates or other
evidences of claims against assets of banking institutions, in
communities where local conditions make such action necessary.
The regulation issued by the Secretary March 7, 1933, remains
effective, granting permission to clearing house associations
and other associations organized to provide an adequately secur­
ed medium of temporary exchange to issue certificates against
sound assets of banking institutions, such certificates to be
deliverable by each institution to its creditors and depositors
on a pro?rata basis.”
SECRETARY QF THE TREASURY REQUESTS THAT ALL POSSIBLE PUBLICITY
BE GIVEN TO ABOVE STATEMENT.




Governor

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority B . d A O S d 1

Federal R

e s e r v e

Bank

O F A t L AN T A

&

March 9, 1933.
To the Banka, Bankers and Trust Companies of

the Sixth Federal Reserve District!
Following is the text of the proclamation signed by the President of
the Unitad States tonighti
"WHEREAS, On March 6, 1933, I, Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of
the United States of Amirica, by proclamation declared the existence
of a National emergency and proclaimed a Bank Holiday extending from
Monday the 6th day of March to Thursday the 9th day of March, 1933,
both dates Inclusive, in order to prevent the export, hoarding or
earmarking of gold or silver coin, or bullion or currency, or specu­
lation in Foreign Exchange| and
WHEREAS, Under the act of March 9, 1933, all proclamations heretofore,
or hereafter issued by the President pursuant to the authority con­
ferred by Section 5 (B) of the Act of October 6, 1917, as amended,
are approved and confirmed} and
WHEREAS, Said National emergency still continues, and it is necessary
to take further measures extending beyond March 9, 1933, in order to
aooomplish such purposest
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United
States of America, in view of such continuing National emergency and
by virtue of the authority vested in me by Section 5, (B) of the Act
Of October 6, 1917 (40 STAT. L 411) as amended by the Act of March
9, 1933, do hereby proclaim, order, direct and declare that all the
terms and provisions of said proclamation of March 6, 1933, and the
regulations and orders issued thereunder are hereby continued in
full force and effect until further proclamation by the President,
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and have caused the
seal of the United States to be affixed.
Done in the District of Columbia, this 9th day of March, in the
year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirty Three, and
of the Independence of the United States the One Hundredth and
Fifty Seventh.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT.
By the President* Cordell Hull, Secretary of State.”




Y/Jura very truly,

UP-

' i ./x ff
Governor,

C''"'

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority e,n .lO .-T A |

Fe d e f

'e B a n k
of

Atlanta
March 9, 193

$

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District:
For your information there is quoted below interpretations of
Secretary of, the Treasury, regarding certain regulations issued under
authority conferred upon him by the President's proclamation of March
6, 1933, declaring a Bank Holidayi
"INTERPRETATION No. 4 - Regulation number 5, dated March 6,
1933, is not to be interpreted as permitting any Banking Insti­
tution to accept payment of any obligation not solely owned by
it in any form which is not authorized by the person entitled
to the proceeds.**
"INTERPRETATION No. 5 - Regulation number 10, is interpreted
to authorize payments for fertilizer and for vegetable and
agricultural seeds for spring planting where such payments
are absolutely necessary and where the seed and/or fertili­
zer are for immediate use.”
•INTERPRETATION No. 6 - Food and feed products as used in
Regulation 6 may be construed as including whole grain if
such grain is intended for processing or consumption in the
Immediate future”
"INTERPRETATION No. 7 - Release of funds for purchase of
cotton where absolutely necessary to maintain operation is
interpreted as ^Necessary current expenditures for the pur­
pose of maintaining employment and for other similar essen­
tial purposes' as used in Regulation 10.”
"1NTBRPEITATI0N No. 8 - Cigar Manufacturing Companies
should be referred to Collectors of Internal Revenue for
information regarding purchase of Internal Revenue Stamps
in connection with cigar manufacturing.**




Governor*

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority jE .o.fQ ST^ \

Fe d e r

rve
of

Ba n k

Atlanta
/

March 9, 1933

GOLD COIN QE GOLD CBRTIFICATB3 WITHDRAWN FflQM BANKS

W THS BANS ADDRESSEDt

Wo have been asked to obtain from the banks in
this District, as complete a list as can be furnished
immediately after March 13, 1933, of the names and ad­
dresses of persons who have withdrawn gold coin or
gold certificates from banks since February 1, 1933,
and have not redeposited it in a bank on or before
llarch IS, 1933.
It is our desire to comply with this request,
and we will appreciate your courteous cooperation in
aiding us to obtain this information.

Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

F e d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
of

Atlanta
March 8, 1933

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the &lxth Federal Reserve Districts
For your information there is quoted below communications received
today from the Treasury Departments
Quote - Secretary of Treasury advises* "The term ’Other Corporations,
Partnerships, Associations or Persons engaged in the business of
„ receiving deposits# making loans*, as used in the President*s pro­
clamation of March 6 declaring a lank Holiday, is held to include
Brokers# Pawnbrokers, Industrial Loan Companies, Mortgage Loan
Companies, Chattel Loan Companies, Personal Finance Companies,
Automobile Finance Companies and all other persons, firms and cor­
porations engaged in the business of making loans of any kind,
secured or unsecured". Designated as Interpretation No. 3 - Unquote.
"Under authority conferred upon him by the President’s proclamation
of March 6, 1933, declaring a Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury
has issued following regulations Quotes The permission granted in
regulation number 7 that deposits heretofore received by any Bank­
ing Institution pursuant to agreement or legislative authority pro­
viding for segregation and repayment without restriction may be
paid on demand, includes any bank in which any such deposits have
been redeposited by or on behalf of the receiving bank in accor­
dance with such agreement or legislative authority. Unquote".
"Secretary of Treasury advises* Quotes Regulation number ten of
March 7 under the President’s proclamation of March six is held to
authorize payments on account of pensions, workmens compensation
disability insurance, relief and unemployment. Unquote* Design­
ated Quote Interpretation No. 2 Unquote. Interpretation No. 1
Related to term Food or Feed products."




Governor.

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

\

F e d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
of

Atlanta

March 7, 1933

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve Districts
For your information there i3 quoted below communications received
today from the Treasury Department?
"Under authority conferred upon him by President's proclamation
of March 6, 1933, declaring a Bank Holiday, the Secretary of the
Treasury has issued the following regulations: 'Clearing house
Associations and other associations organized to provide an ade" quately secured medium of temporary exchange, are hereby permitted
to issue certificates against sound assets of banking institutions,
such certificates to be deliverable by each institution to its
creditors and depositors on a pro-rata basis, provided, however,
that no such certificates shall be issued before Friday, March 10,
1933, without the consent of the Secretary of the Treasury ad­
dressed to the clearing house or other association proposing to
issue such certificates, and further provided that this permission
may be revoked in the event that a national plan to meet the ex­
isting emergency is proposed by the Secretary of the Treasury if
in his opinion the success of such plan would be in-consistent
with the operation of the certificate plan.* M
"Under authority conferred upon him by President’s proclamation
declaring Sank Holiday, Secretary of treasury has issued follow­
ing regulation: ‘Any banking institution lawfully engaged in the
business of acting as trustee, executor, administrator, registrar
of stocks and bon^s, transfer agent, guardian of estates, assignee,
receiver, committee of estates of lunatics or in any other fiduci­
ary capacity may continue to transact such business in the normal
and usual man&er* provided that in the conduct of said business,
except as may be permitted by other regulations of the Secretary
Of the Treasuryt such banking institution shall not pay out or
permit the withdrawal of coin or currency nor withdraw any cash
or fiduciary funds on deposit with any other department of the
banfe#^ *

"You are authorized to inform all Banking Institutions and
others concerned that the term ♦Food or teed froduots* in
regulations in Sixth under the President^ proclamation pro­
mulgated March sixth may be interpreted to include livestock on
the way to slaughter**1




Governor*

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority

Fe d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k
of

Atlanta

Lf7d, o
March 7, 1933

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District*
For your information there is quotod below communications received
today from the Treasury*Department:
"Under authority conferred u-pon him by -President’s proclamation
declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has issued follow­
ing regulation: *Any Natipnal or State Banking Institution may
exercise its usual banking functions to such extent as its situ­
ation shall permit and as shall be absolutely necessary to meet
the needs of it s community for food, medicine, other necessities
of life, for the relief.of distress, for the payment of usual
salaries and wages, for necessary current expenditures for the
purpose of maintaining employment, and for other similar essen­
tial purposes: provided, howevnr, that (l), every precaution
shall bo taken to prevent hoarding or the unnecessary withdrawal
of currency? (2) no. State Banking Institution shall engage in any
transaction under this regulation which is in violation of State
or Federal Law or of any regulation issued thereunderj (3) no
National Banking Association shall engage in any transaction
under this section which is in violation of any Federal Law or
of any order or regulation issued by the Comptroller of the
Currency} and (4) rso gold or gold certificates shall be paid
out. Each banking institution and its directors and officers
will be held strictly accountable for faithful compliance with
the spirit and purpose as well as the letter of this regulation.* H

’’Under authority conferred upon him by President’s proclamation
declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of the Treasury has issued the
following regulation: ‘Any Banking Institution may deliver to the
person entitled thereto properly identified documents and Secur­
ities held by such institution for safekeeping.* "
’’Under authority conferred upon him by President’s proclamation
declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has issued follow­
ing regulation: 'Where settlement for checks charged by drawee
institutions to the drawers accounts on its books on or before
Warch 4, 1933 is incomplete, settlement-may be completed where
such settlement does not involve the payment of money or currency.1 ”




Governor

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DECLASSIFIED
Authority g .n .fO S T A \

Fe d e r

e

of

Ba n k

Atlanta

0,ot

March 7* 1933.

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District*
For your information there is quoted below communications received
t6day from the Treasury Department*
“Under authority conferred upon him by President's proclamation
declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has issued follow?
ing regulation* ‘Federal Reserve Banks are authorized to conduct
their normal and usual operations as fiscal Agents of the United
States in transactions pertaining to the exchange of obligations
of the United States such as making exchange of denominations,
exchanging coupon for registered bonds, and vice versa, receive
ing registered bonds for transfer and effecting CPD transactions* w
"In order to facilitate the prompt dissemination of information
regarding and interpretation of regulations issued by the Secre­
tary of the treasury pursuant to the Presidents proclamation,
dated March 6, 1933, declaring a Bank Holiday, it is requested
that all inquiries for information regarding and interpretation
of any of stlch regulations coming from banks, banking institutions
and individuals, be made direct to the Federal Reserve Bank in
their district. Unless such requests are covered by interpreta­
tions previously issued by the Secretary of the Treasury, the
Federal Reserve Banks will secure such interpretations from the
Secretary of the Treasury* All requests for any special per*
mission or consent required by the regulations should be made in
accordance with such regu}»+*«««- n




Governor,

Reproduced from the Unclassified I Declassified Holdings of the National Archives

DECLASSIFIED
Authority

Fe d e r a l R e s e r v e Ba n k

or A t l a n t a

Uaroh 6* 19S8‘

dfao/Oo
To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
^ the Sixth Federal Reserve District*
For your information there is quoted below communications received
.today from the Treasury Department s
"Under authority conferred upon him by President’s proclamation
declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has issued the
following regulations ‘Any Banking Institution may accept pay­
ments in cash or any other form acceptable to it on account or
in settlement of obligations payable at or to such institutions*1 "
"Under authority conferred upon him by President's proclamation
declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has* issued follow­
ing regulation* 'Any banking institution may handle and collect
drafts or other documents in connection with the shipment, trans­
portation or delivery of food or feed products, may pay out or
permit the withdrawal of such amounts of currency as shall be
necessary in the judgement of such banking institution in con­
nection with such shipment, transportation or delivery of food
or feed products, and may perform such other banking functions
as may be essential to the shipment, transportation or delivery
of food or feed products, provided, however, that no banking
institution shall pay out or permit the withdrawal of any gold
or gold certificates,♦ "
"Under authority conferred upon him by President*s proclamation
declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has directed the
Treasurer of the United States during the continuance of such
Bank Holiday, unless otherwise directed, to observe the follow­
ing instructions %

*Cl) Payments in gold in any form will be made only
under license issued by the Secretary of the Treasury . This
does not prohibit the deposit of gold and the usual payment
therefor,
(2) Pay, as usual, all checks drawn on the Treasurer
of the United States, but not in gold. When requested you are
authorized to ship paper currency, other than gold certificates,
in payment of checks*
(3) Continue the usual currency transactions between
the Treasury and the Federal Reserve Banks and Branches.' "




truly.

cedis'
Governor,

Reproduced from the Unclassified I Declassified Holdings of the National Archives

Fe

d e r a l

of

R

e s e r v e

Ba

n k

Atlanta
March 6, 1933

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve Districtt
For your information there is quoted below communications
received today from the Treasury Departmenti
"Under authority conferred upon him by President’s pro­
clamation declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury
has authorised all Federal Reserve Banks and all other
banking institutions to make change by the exchange of
currency and/or coin of various denominations for an
exactly equal amount of currency and/or coin of other
denominations, but no gold or gold certificates shall
be paid out in making change”.




"Under authority conferred upon him by President’s pro­
clamation declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury
has issued following regulation* *A11 banking institutions
may allow their customers free access to the safety de­
posit boxes and safes rented to such customers.1 ”
’’Under authority conferred upon him by President’s pro­
clamation declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury
has issued the following regulation* ’All Banking Insti­
tutions may upon request return intact and without re­
striction all cash, checks, and other items delivered
for deposit or collection which were received after the
last closing of business hours and have not been entered
on the books of such banking institution#1 ”
"Under authority conferred upon him by President’s pro­
clamation declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury
has issued the following regulation* ’All Banking Insti­
tutions may continue, in accordance with usual practice,
to cash checks drawn on the Treasurer of the United
States, provided that no gold or gold certificates shall
be paid out*1 "

Governor

Reproduced from the Unclassified / Declassified Holdings of the National Archives

0 /
F e d e r a l R e s e rv e Bank

March 6, 1935.
of

Atlanta

To the Banks, Bankers and Trust Companies of
the Sixth Federal Reserve District:
For your information there is quoted below communications received
today from the Treasury Department:
"Under authority conferred upon him by President’s proclamation
declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has issued follow­
ing regulations: ’Deposits heretofore received by any banking in­
stitution pursuant to agreement or legislative authority providing
for segregation and for repayment without restriction may be paid
on demand. Any banking institution which was lawfully engaged in
the business of receiving deposits prior to March 6, 1933, may
create special trust accounts for the receipt of new deposits
which shall be subject to withdrawal on demand without any re­
striction or limitation and shall be kept separately in cash or
on deposit in Federal Reserve Banks or invested in obligations
of the United States. Federal Reserve Banks may open special
accounts on their books for their member banks and temporarily
for non-member banks and may receive in such special accounts
the proceeds of new deposits received by such banking institu­
tions. In making deposits with the Federal Reserve Bank pur­
suant to this regulation the depositing bank 3 h a l l in the case
of each deposit indicate to the Federal Reserve Bank by symbol
or otherwise that the funds so deposited represent new deposits
made under this regulation. Upon receipt of such deposits such
Federal Reserve Bank shall credit the same in the special account
of the depositing bank herein provided for and shall hold the
same solely for repayment to such bank. Federal Reserve Banks
shall permit the withdrawal of any part or all of such new de­
posits by the depositing bank without restriction provided that
the depositing bank shall in such order or request for withdrawal
indicate to the Federal Reserve Bank by symbol or otherwise that
such withdrawal is to bs made from such special account, provided
however that no banking institution shall pay out or permit the
withdrawal of any gold or gold certificates.' "
"Under authority conferred upon him by President's proclamation
declaring Bank Holiday, Secretary of Treasury has authorized
B'ederal Reserve Board to advise you that any Federal Reserve
Bank or Branch or Agency thereof may purchase gold or gold cer­
tificates and pas therefor any other form of coin or currency
either directly or through an^ other Federal Reserve Bank or
Branch or Agency thereof."
ours very truly,




Governor.

List of additional member banks of the Sixth Federal Reserve
District which have been licensed to open for business on the morning of
March 15,1933i
ALABAMA
Albertville National Bank, Albertville
First National Bank, Albertville
National Bank of Boaz, Boaz
Commercial National Bank, Demopolis
First National Bank, Dozier
American National Bank, Gadsden
First National Bank, Greenville
First National Bank, Guntersville
First National Bank, Jasper
First National Bank, Monroeville
First National Bank, Opelika
National Bank of Opelika, Opelika
First National Bank, Opp
City National Bank, Selma
Selma National Bank, Selma
First National Bank, Scottsboro
Slocomb National Bank, Slocomb
Merchants & Planters National Bank, Sylacauga
Talladega National Bank, Talladega
Isbell National Bank, Talladega
First Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Tro#
City National Bank, 'Tuscaloosa
First National Bank, Union Springs
American National Benk, Union Springs
First National Bank, Wetumpka
Peoples Bank & Trust Co*, Selma
Llerchants & Farmers Br-nk, Eutaw
3rnk of Commerce, Clayton
Marion County Banking Co., Guin.
Winfield State Bank, v/infield
First National Bank, Alexander City
First National Bank, Ashland
First National 3£-nk, Auburn
Woodlawn- American National Bank, Birmingham
First National Bank, Brufjtdidge
First National Bank, Clanton.
First National Bank, Collinsville
Morgan County National Bank, Decatur
First National Bank, Florence
First National Bank, Fort Payne
First National Bank, Goodwater
Henderson National Bank, Huntsville
Leeds-American National Bank, Leeds
Farmers National Bank, Opelika
First National Bank, Oneonta
First National Bank, Piedmont
First National Br-nk, Stevenson
City National B?>nk, Sylacauga
First National Bank, Tuscaloosa

FLORIDA
First National Bank, Alachua
De Soto National Bank, Arcadia
Barnett National Bank, Avon Park
Florida National Bank, Bartow
Barnett National B^nk, Cocoa
First Atlantic National Bank, Daytona Beach
Barnett National Bmk, Deland
First National Bank, Fernandina
First National Bank, Gainesville
First National Bank, Homestead
First National Bank, Key West
Florida National Bank, Lakeland
First National Bank, Live Oak
First National Bank, Marianna
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank* Ocala
First National Bank, Palm Beach
Palatko. Atlantic National Bank, Palatka
St. Augustine National Bank, St. Augustine



FLORIDA
Florida National Bank at
St. Petersburg
Sanford Atlantic National Bank
Sanford
Palmer National Bank & Trust Co.
Sarasota
American National Bank,in
Winter Haven
Exchange National Bank,
Winter Haven
Ykst Palm Beach Atlantic National
West Palm Beach
Florida Bank & Trust Company,
"West Palm Beach
Citizens State Bank,Marianna
First National Bank, Bradenton
First National Brink, Lake City
First Nntional Bank, Milton
First National Bank, Mount Dora
GEORGIA
Citizens & Southern Natl Bk*Athens
National Bank of Athens, Athens
First National Bank Blakely
Calhoun National Bank, Calhoun.
First National Bank, Cartersville
Liberty National Bank, Cedartown
First National Bank, Cornelia
First National Bank, Dalton
First National B&nk, Douglasville
First National Bank, GainesvilleFirst National Bankj Jefferson
LaGrange National Bank, LaGrange
First National Bank, Lavonia
First National Bank, Louisville
First National Bank, Marietta
Citizens National Bank, Marietta
Citizene National Bank, Montezuma
First National Bank, Monticcllo
Farmers National Bank, Monticcllo
Moultrie National Bp.nk, Moultrie
First National Bank, She liman
First National Bank, Thomson
First National Bank, Waynesboro
Farmers State Bank, Lincolnton.
B-nk of Millcn, Millen
Brnk of Monroe, Monroe
Farmers Bank, Monroe
Citizens State Bank, Reynolds
Rhine Banking Co., Rhine
B-nk of Sasser, Sasser
The Central B*nk, Swains boro
Northeastern Bonking Co., Commerce
Bank of Dawson, Dawson
Farmers Bank of Pelham, Pelham
Brand Banking Co., Lawrenceville
Bank of Soperton, Soperton
First National Bank, Bainbridge
First National Bank, Commerce
First National Bank, DallaB
First National Bank, Lawronecville
First National Bank, Madison
First National Bank, Oeilia
First National Bank, Pelham

First
First
First
First
First

Kational
National
National
National
National

Bank,
Bank,
Bi?nk,
Bcnk,
Bank,

Crowley
Jeancrette
LaFayette
Lake Charles
Ville Platte

List No. 2 (Continued)
List of additional member banks of the Sixth Federal Reserve
District which have been licensed to open for business on the morning of
Karch 15,1933:
MISSISSIPPI

_ALABAMA CONTINUED

First National Bpnk, Biloxi
First Na tiona1 Bank, Atmo rc
First National Bonk, Hattiesburg
First National Bank, Ashford
Commercial Natl. Bank & Trust Co.,Laurel
American National Bank; Bridgeport
First National Bank, Laurel
Camden National Bank, Camden
Lccth
National Bank* Cullman
TENNESSEE
First National Bank, Fayette
First National Bank, Clarksville
First National Bank, Hartford
Clarksville National Bank, Clarksville
First National !3ank, Huntsville
First National Bank, Crossville
First National Bank? Linden
First & Peoples Natl Bank., Gallatin
Lineville National Bank, Lineville
First National Bank, Greencville
Sheffield National Bank, Sheffield
First National Bank, Kingsport
Fairfield American National Bank,
First National Bank, Lawrenccburg
Fairfield
First National Bank, Lenoir City
First National Bank, Loudon
First National Bank, McMinnville
First National Bank, Oneida
FLORIDA CONTINUED
Peoples National B-nk, Shelbyville
First National Bank, South Pittsburg
First National Bank, DeFuniak Springs
First National Bank, Springfield
First National Bank, Clearwater
Hamblen National Sank, iJorristown
First National Benk, Leesburg
First National Bank, Sparta
First National Bank, Tracy City
Traders National Bank, Tullahoma
GEORGIA CONTINUED
First National Bank, Centerville
First National Bank, Barncsville
First National Bank, Coal Creek
Brunswick Bank & Trust Co. Brunswick
First Natl. Bank of Polk Co,,Copperhill
Erwin National Bank, Erwin
Harpeth National Bank, Franklin
First National Bank, Hohcnwald
First National Bank, Huntland
LOUISIANA CONTINUED
First National Bank, Jefferspn City
First National Bank, Jellico
Ncw Ibc ria Nat icna 1 Ban.k , New Iberia
First National Bank, LaFollette
Peoples National Bank, New Iberia
Peoples National Bank, LaFollette
State National Bank, New Iheria
First National B^nk, Lewisburg
First National BanJc, Linden
First National Bank, Manchester
First National Bank, Bristol
MISSISSIPPI CONTINUED
Citizens National Bank, Athens
First National Bank, Athens
Delta National Bank, Yazoo City
First National Bank, Cookeville
Cleveland National Bank, Cleveland
First National Bank, Dechord
First National Bank, Jonesboro
First National Bank, Llount Pleasant
First National Bank, Petersburg
First National Bank, Shelbyville
First National Bank, Smyrna
First National Bank, Smithvillc
First National Bank, Dickson
First National Bank, Tullahoma
Farmers National Bank, Winchester




List No. 2 - Contlnu
STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS
Phillipsburg - Phillipsburg Natl.Bk & Tr. Co. Frll Ri^or - B M C . Durfee Tr.
Phillipsburg - Second National Bank
Fall River- Fall River Natl. Bk
South Orange - South Orange Tr. Co.
Holyoke - Nolyoke Natl. Bank
Union City - First Natl. Eank of
I-Iolyoke - The Park Natl. Bank
Weehawken - The Hamilton Natl. Bk of
Lowell - Appleton Natl. Eank
West Orange - First National Bank
Lo?/ell - Union Old Lowell Natl. ;3k.
Lynn - Security Tr. Co.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
Lynn - Manufacturers Natl. Bk. of
Bridgeport - First Natl. Bk & Tr. Co.
Lynn - Central Natl. Bank
Stamford - The First Stamford Natl.
Lynn - National City Bank
Bank and Tr. Co.
New Bedford - First Natl. Bank
STATE OF TEXAS
New Bedford - Merchants Natl. Bk
Austin - American National Bonk
Cambridge - Harvard Tr. Co.
Austin - Austin Natl. Bank
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND
Beaumont - American Natl. Eank
Providence - Blackstone Canal
Beaumont - First Natl. Bank
Natl. Bank
Beaumont - Security State Ek & Tr. Co.
Providence - Industrial Tr. Co.
El Paso - El Paso National Benk
Providence - Mechanics Natl. Bk.
El Paso - Stoto National Benk
Providence - Natl. Bk of Commerce?
Fort Worth - First Natl. Bank
and Trust
Fort Worth - Continental Natl. Bk
Providence - The Phenix Natl. Brink
Forth Worth Forth Worth Natl Bk.
Providence - Providence Natl. Lk
Forth Worth - Stock Yards Natl. Bk
Providence - Rhode Island
Galveston - City National Eank
Hospital Tr. Co.
Galveston - First National Benk
Providence - Union Trust Co.
Galveston - Hutchings Senly Natl. Bk
Galveston - U. S. National Bank
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
Houston - First Natl. Bank
Waterbury - Citizens & Manufactur­
Houston - Harrisburg National Benk
ers Natl. Bank
Houston Houston National Benk
New Haven - Second National Bank
Houston National Bank of Commerce
New Haven - New Haven Bonk N B A
Houston
Second National Bank
Hartford - Hartford Natl. Bk & Tr.
Houston
South Texas Commercial Natl. Bk.
Hartford - First National Bank
Houston
State National Bank
Hartford - Capitol Natl. Bk & Tr.
Houston Union National Bank
Hartford - Phoenix State Bk & Tr.
San Antonio - "
Alamo Natl. Bk
New Haven - First Natl. Bk & Tr.
San Antonio - Commercial Natl. Bonk
Waterbury - Colonial Tr. Co.
San Antonio - Frost Natl. Eank
Waterbury - Waterbury Natl. Bk
San Antonio - Groos Natl. Eenk
San Antonio - National Bank of Commerce
San Antonio - National Benk of Fort Sam Houston
San Antonio - San Antonio Natl. Bank
Texarkana - Texarkana Natl. Eank
Waco - Citizens Natl. Bank
Waco - First National Bank
Waco - National City Bank
STATE OF LOUISIANA
Shreveport - Commercial Natl. Bk in
Shreveport - Continental American
Bonk & Tr. Cc.
Shreveport - First National Bank
STATE OF MISSOURI
Kansas City Commerce Trust Co.
Kansas City Merchants Bank
Kansas City
Columbia National Bank
Kansas City
Drovers National Bank
Kansas City
First National Bank
Kansas City
Interstate National Bk.
Kansas City
Park National Bank
Kansas City - Stockyards National Bank
Kansas City - Traders Gate City Natl. Bk.
STATE OF MAINE
Portland - Portland Nat ional Benk
Portland - Canal National Bank
STATE OF HEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord - First National Bank
Concord - Mechanics Natl. Bank
Concord - National State Capital Bk
Manchester - Amoskeag National Bk.
Manchester - Merchants Natl. Bk
Nashua - Indianhead Natl. Bank
STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS
New Bedford, The Safe Deposit Natl. Bk.
Springfield - Springfield Natl. Bank
Springfield - Third Natl. Bank & Tr.
Worcester - Mechanics Natl. Bank
Worcester
- Worcester County Natl. Bk

Cambridge
- Lechmere National Bank


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List No. 2 - Continue...
STATE OF COLORADO
Colorado
Colorado
Colorado
Denver Denver Demrer Denver Denver Denver Denver Denver Denter Pueblo Pueblo -

Springs - Colorado Springs Natl.
Springs - Exchange National
Springs - First National
American National
Central Savings Bk & Tr. Co.
Colorado National Bank
Denver National
First National
International Tr. Co.
National City
Stockyards National
United States National
First National
Western National

STATE OF KANSAS
Atchison - City National
Atchison - Exchange National
Dodge City - First National in
Emporia - Citizens National
Emporia - Commercial Natl. Bk & Tr. Co.
Hutchinson - American National
Hutch:nson - Exchange National
Hutchinson - First. National
Kansas City - Commercial National
Kansas City - Peoples National
Lawrence..First..Nati onal
Lawrence - Lawrence National Bank
Leavenworth - Leavenworth Natl.
Manhattan - First-National
Manhattan - Union National
Pittsburg' - National Bank of
Topeka - Fidelity Savings State ‘
Topeka - Centtai National
Topeka - Merchants National
Topeka - National Bank of
./ichita - First National
Wichita - Fourth National Bank in
Wichita’- South West Natl.
Wichita'" - Union National ’
Wichita - Union Stockyards Natl.
Lc'j-7GnW'.Tth -»~Firat Notion-1
STATE OF- MISSOURI
Carthage - Central National
Independence ■* First National
Joplin - Conqueror First National
Joplin - Joplin’Natl. Bk & Tr. Co.
St. Joseph - American Natl'.
St. Joseph - Barnes National
St. Joseph - Empire Trust Co.
St. Joseph - First National-'
So. St. Joseph - St. Joseph Stockyards
St. Joseph - Tootle Lacy NatlOnal
STATE OF NEBRASKA
•
‘Fremont - Freenont National '~ *
Fremont - Stphens National
Grand Island - First National
Hastings - Hastings- National
Lincoln - Cotitinental National
Lincoln - First National
Lincoln - Havelock National
Lincoln - National Bank of Commerce
Nebra ska C ity - Me rchants Na 11.
Nebraska City - Nebraskd City Natl.
Nebraska City - Otoe County Natl.
Omaha - First’Nationa1 :
Omaha - Livestock Natl.
Omaha - Omaha.National
Omaha -Nebraska...-Packers National
Omaha - U. S. National



STATE OF NEBRASKA
Omaha - Stocky? rds National
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
Bartlesville - First National Bank in
Bartlesville - Union National
Enid - Central National
Enid - First National
Guthrie - First National
Muskogee -Citizens National
Muskogee - Commercial Natl. Bank in
Muskogee - First National Bk and Tr.Co.
Oklahoma City - City Natl. Bk & Tr.Co.
Oklahoma City - Fidelity Natl.
Oklahoma City - First Natl. Bk & Tr.Co.
Oklahoma City - Liberty Natl. Bk
Oklahoma City - Oklahoma National
Oklahoma City - Traders National
Tulsa - First National Bk & Tr.
Tulsa - Fourth National Bank
Tulsa - National Bonk of Commerce
Tulsa - Exchange National
STATE OF WYOMING
Casper - Casper National
Cssper - Wyoming National
Cheyenne - Ame.rlc.an...National.
Cheyenne - Stockgrowers Natl.
STATE OF ARIZONA
Phoenix - First National Arizona
Phoenix “--Phoenix-National
Phoenix - Yalley Bank & Tr. Co.
STATE OF'CALIFORNIA
Fresno - Security First National
Bank of Los Angeles
Lajblla r First Natl. Tr.
and Savings
'*
Long Beach - ; "
Calif. First Nr 11.
Long Beach - Farmers & Merchants
Long Beach - Security First Natl. Bk
Of Los Angeles
Lo s Aiigele s - Bra nefa Ca 1ifo rnia Ba nk
Los Angeles - Citizenb Natl. Tr. and
Savings Bank
Los Angeles - Farmers &' Merchants Natl.
Los Angeles - Hollywood Natl.
Los Angeles - Seaboard Natl.
Los Angelas...Security-First Natl.
Los Angeles- Union Bank and Tr.Co.
Oakland - First National
Pasadena - Citizens Commercial Tr.
;and Savings
Pasadena - First National
Pasadena - Security First Natl. Bk
' of .L.os.:Angoles
Pasadena
Security Natl. Bk
Sacramento - Capital Natl. Bank
Sacramento - Merchants Natl.
San fliego - First Natl. Tr. & Savinoa
San Diego - Lajolla National
San Diego;.K.U..S ...Natl............
San Jose - First Natl.
San Jose - San Jose National
Stgckton - First National ■
Oakland '- Branch American Tr. Co.
San Francisco
San Jose - Branch American Tr
Co.
■San Francisco.

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List No. 2 - Continuec
STATS OF CALIFORNIA CONT'D.
Branches of the Bank of America Natl.
Trust and Savings Association
Srii Francisco situated in following
cities:
Fresno, Oakland, San Diego, Stockton,
Long Beach, Pasadena, La Jolla, Los
Angeles, Sacromento and San Jose.
Branches of the Bank of Californio N A
Siin Francisco, situated in following
cities:
Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Washington;
Tacoma, Wa shington•

STATE OF ILLINOIS CONT«D
Peoria - Commercial Merchants Natl.
Bonk and Tr. Co.
Peoria - First National B-nk
Rockford - Illinois Natl. Bk & Tr. Co.
Rockford - Sv/edish American Natl. Bk.
Rockford - Third Notional Bank
STATE OF INIDANA
Ft. Wayne - Lincoln Natl. Bk & Ti. Co.
Indianapolis - Indiana Natl. Bk.
Indianapolis - Merchants Natl. Bk.
Indianapolis - Fletcher Tr. Co.
Terrehaute - Terrehaute First Natl. Bk
STATE OF IOWA

STATE OF IDAHO
Boise - First Natl. Bk of Idaho
Boise - First Security Bank
STATE OF NEVADA
Reno - First National Bank

De s Mo ine s - B anke rs Tr. C o .
Des Moines - Central Natl. Bk & Tr.Cc
Dos Moines - Iowa De Moines Natl. Bk
and Trust Co.
Mason City - First National Baak
Sioux City - First Notional Bank
Sioux City - Livestock Natl. Bank
Sioux City - Toy National Bk.

STATE OF OREGON
ST1TE OF MICHIGAN
Portland
fv rt.land
-A i tland
Portland

-

American Natl.
Citizens Natl.
First National
U. S. Natii.nol

Bank
Bonk
Bank
Berk

STATE OF UTAH
Ogden - Commercial Security Esnk
Ogden - First National Bonk
Salt Lake City - Continental Natl. Bk
and Tr. Co.
3olt Lake City - First National Bk.
3c.lt Lake City - Tracy Loan & Tr. Co.
oelt Lake City - Utah Savings & Tr. Co.
8c.lt Lake City - Utah State Natl. Bk.
Salt Lake City - Walker Bank &. Tr. Co.
STATE OF WASHINGTON
Seattle ~ Ballard First Natl. Bank
Seattle - Central Natl. Bk of Commerce
Seattle - First Greenwood Natl. Bk.
Seattle - First Notional Bank
Seattle - National Bank of Commerce
Seattle - Pacific National Bank
Seattle - Peoples Bsnk and Tr. Co.
Seattle - University Natl. Bonk
Seattle - Washington Notl. Bk of Commerce
Spokane - First Natl. Tr. & Savings Bk.
Spokane - Spokane & Eastern Tr. Co.
Spokane - Washington Trust Cc.
Tacoma - National Bank of
Tacoma - Pugot Soulid Na tional Bank
STATE OF ILLINOIS
Chicago - Lawndale National Bank
Chicago - Merchandise Bank and Tr. Co.
Champaign - Champaign National Bonk
:]ompaign - First National Bank
jnville - First Notional Bank
jsnville - Pslmer American Nstl. Bank
io.nvi.llQ - Second National Benk
■'ocotur - Millikin National Bank
'jcatur M National Bank of
aoria - Central Natl. Bk & Tr. Co.



Battle Creek - Central Natl. Bk & Tr.
Company
Battle Creek - City Natl. Bk & Tr. Co
Battle Creek - Old Merchants Natl.
Bsnk & Tr. Co.
Detroit - Detroit Savings Panic
Detroit - United Savings Bank
Grand Rapids - Old Kent Bank
Kalamazoo - First National Bk
Tr.G<
STATE OF WISCONSIN
Green Boy
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
Milwaukee
Sheboygan
Sheboygan

-

Kellogg Citizens Natl. Bk,
First Wisconsin Natl.Bk.
Marino Natl.Exchange Bk.
Marshall and Ilsley Bonk
Citizens St«te Bank
Security Natl. Bank

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3/ j \ i J(5

List of nt.i-member banks permitted by Statu authorities to
re-open for business unrestricted March 15th. Other lists, will be released
as rabidly as possible*______ ____________________ _ _ __________________
Bank of Adairsville, Adairsville
Baker County Bank, Newton
The Bryan Bank, Adel
Brnk of Norcross, Norcross
Bank of Alapaha, Alapaha
J-.'iik of Oglethorpe, Oglethorpe
Montgomery County Bank, Alley
Farmers Bank, Palmetto
Ashhurn Bank, Ashburn
Perry Loan & Savings 3enk, Perry
Bank of Commerce, Americus
Brnk of Pinehurst, Pinehurst
Citizens Bank, Ashburn
Pitts Banking Company, Pitts
Bainbridge State Bank, Bainbridge
Bank of Quitman, Quitman
Citizens Bank, Ball Ground
Richland Banking Company, Richland
The Blackshear Bank, Blackshear
Crawford County Bank, Roberta
Commercial Bank, Bov/don
Rockmart Bank, Rockmart
Haralson County Bank, Buchanan
Ro swe 11 Bank, Ro swe 11
Buena Vista Loan & Savings Bank, Buena Vista
Geo. D. Wsrthen Bank,Sandersville
Citizens State 3a.nk, Butler
3 m k of Sharon, Sharon
Social Circle Bank, Social Circle
Bank of Byromville, Byromville
Exchange
Bank, Springfield
Cairo Bonking Company, Cairo
Sea
Island
Bank, Statesboro
Bp.nk of Camilla, Ccmilla
Chattooga
County
Bank, Summerville
Citizens Bank, Cairo
Citizens
Bank,
Swains
boro
Bank of Canton, Canton.
Sylvester
Banking
Company,
Sylvester
Peoples Bank, Carrollton
Peoples Bank, Ta1bott on
Commercial Bank, Cedartown
Bank of Taylorsville, Taylorsville
Hnbersham Brnk, Clarkesville
Citizens & Southern Bank, Thornaston
State Bank of Cochran, Cochran
Commercial Bank, Thomasville
Citizens Br-nk, Colquitt
Bank of Thomson, Thomson
Concord 3anking Company, Concord
Bf:nk of Tifton, Tifton
Bnnk of Conyers, Conyers
Bank of Tignall, Tignall
Bp.nk of Rockdale, Conyers
Cordele Banking Company, Cordole
3-nk of Tucker, Tucker
Cornelia Bank, Cornelia
B-nk of Union Point, Union Point
Cornelia Bank, Dcniorest
Citizens Bank, Vienna
Br.nk of Covington & Trust Co. , Covington Bank of Villa Rica, Villa Rica
Bank of Dahlonega, Dahlonega
Citizens Bank, Warrcnton
Br.nk of Dalton, Dalton.
Washington Loan & Banking Co.Washington
Hardwick Bank &
■Trust Co., Dalton
Commercial Bank, Waycross
Dexter Banking Company, Dexter
Citizens Bank & Trust Co, West Point
Merchants & Farmers Bank* Donalsonvillc Merchants & Planters Bank, Whigham
Coffee County Bank, Douglas
Peoples Bank, Winder
Citizens & Southern Bank, Dublin
Woodbury Br nking Company,Woodbury
Bank of Dudley, Dudley
Woodland Bank, Woodland
Brnk of Woodstock, Woodstock
Bank of Ellaville, Ellaville
Fairburn Banking Company, Fairburn
Brnk of Wrightsville,. Wrightsville
Exchange Bank, Wrightsville
Farmers & Merchants Bank, Fayetteville
Bank of Zebulon, Zebulon.
Bp.nk of Finleyson, Finlcyson
B:~nk of Gumming, Gumming
Citizens Bank, Folkston
Rentz Br-nking Company, Rentz
Citizens Bank, Nahunta
3 nk of Trion, Trion
Citizens Bank, Forsyth
Farmers & Merchants Bank, Summerville
Farmers Bank, Forsyth
Brnk
of Rutledge, Rutledge
Monroe County Bank, Forsyth
B
m
k
of Screven County, Sylvania
Bonk of Fort Valley, Fort Valley
3
;
nk
of
Ellijay, Ellijay
B^nk of Heard County, Franklin
Albany Trust & Banking Co., Albany
Citizens Bank, Gainesville
Bank of Commerce, Americus
Bank of Gibson, Gibson
Home Savings B«»nk, Columbus
Bank of Greensboro, Greensboro
Planters Bank, Hawkinsvillc
11crchants 0: 1lechanics Bank, Columbus
E xcha.11gc 13ank, H i11 edgc v i11 e
Bank of Hazlchurst, Hazlehurst
Merchants & Farmers Bank, Milledgeville
Bpnk of Hiawassee, Hiawassee
Milledgeville Banking Co.Milledgeville
Farmers Bank, Jcnkinsburg
City Bank & Trust Company, Mac on
Bank of Jonesboro, Jonesboro
Farmers & Merchants Bank, Junction City Georgia State Savings Assn. Savannah
Ashley Trust Co., Valdosta
State Brnk of Kingsland, Kingsland
Farmers & Merchants Bank, Lakeland
Et&wah Bank, Canton
Lake Park 3ank, Lake Park
Bank of Leslie , Leslie
Peoples Bank, Lithonia
Farmers State Bank, Lumpkin
Luthersville Banking Co., Luthersville
Bank of Jadison,, Madison
Bank of Manchester, Manchester
Citizens Bank, Marshallville
Georgia Banking Company, Marshallville
Bank of Meansville, Meansville
Br.nk of Meigs, Meigs
B ank 0f Mo1ena, Mo1ena
Mountric Banking Company, Moultrie
Mount Vernon Bank, Mount Vernon
The United Banking Co., Nashville
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Bank of Newington, Newington
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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List of additional non-member banks licensed to resume banking
funct ions•
STATE OF VIRGINIA
Lynchburg- Lynchburg Trust & Savings Bank
Lynchburg- Commercial Trust & Savings Bank
(Opened with limited scrvicc)
Roanoke - Mountain Trust Company
Raanoke- Liberty Trust Company
Norfolk- Southern. Savings Bank
Norfolk- The Lierchants & Planters Sank
Norfolk- Merchants & Mechanics Savings Bk
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA
CharlestonCharlestonCharlestonCharlestonCharleston-

Capital City Bank
Central Trust Company
Charleston Trust Company
Peoples Exchange Bank
Security 3r_.nk & Trust Co,

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Washington- All Trust Companies
Washington- Anacostia Bank
X'bshingt on- Bank of Commerce <& Savings
Washington- East Washington Savings Bk.
Washington- LieLac hi cn Banking Corporation
Washington- Liorris Plan Bank
Washington- Securities Savings &
Commercial Bank
Washington- Washington 'Mechanics
Savings Bank
STATE OF LiARYLiJMD
BaltimoreBaltimoreBaltimoreBaltimoreBaltimoreBaltimoreBaltimoreBaltimoreBaltimore-

Calvert Bank
Colonial Trust Company
Continental Trust Company
Equitable Trust Company
Fidelity Trust Company
I.Iercantile Trust Company
Liorris Plan Bonk
Real Estate Trust Company
Safe Deposit & Trust Co.

STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA
Easton- LaFayette Trust Company
Allcntovm- Lehigh Valley Trust Co.
Altoona- Central Trust Company
Altoona- Altoona Trust Company
Bethlehem- E. P. Wilbur Trust Co.
Du Bois- Peoples State B?;n.k
Harrisburg- Allison East End Trust Co.
Harrisburg- Camp Curtin. Trust Co.
Harrisburg- Citizens Trust Company
Harrisburg- Harrisburg Trust Go.
Harrisburg- Keystone Trust Company
Harrisburg- Liarkct Street Trust Co.
Johnstown- Johnstown Savings Bank
Lebanon- Farmers Trust Company
Lebanon- Lebanon County Trust Co.
Lebanon- North Side Bank <x Trust Co.
Lit. Carmel- Guarantee Trust & Safe
Deposit Company
Pottsvillo- Union Bank & Trust Company
Pottsvillc- Safe Deposit Bank
Pottsvillc- Schuylkill Trust Company
Pittston- Miners Savings Bank
Reading- Reading Trust Company
Scranton- East Scranton State Bank
Scranton- Green Ridge Bank
Scranton- North Scranton Bank & Trust Co.
Scranton- Pennsylvania Trust Co.
Scranton- Providence Bank
Scranton- South Side Bank & Trust Co.




STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA
Scranton- West Side Bank
Shame kin- Guarantee Trust & Safe
Deposit Company
Shamokin- Peoples Trust Company
Wilkes Barrc- Hanovcr Bank & Trust Co
Wilkes Barrc- Miners Bank
Williamsport- Bank of Newberry
Williamsport- Savings Institution of
the city ox Williamsport
Chester- Frank E. Dcfuria,Private
Banker No 427 West Third St.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY
Trenton.- Hanover Capitol Trust Co.
Trenton- Trenton Banking Co.
Trenton- Trenton Trust Company
Trenton- Trenton Savings Fund Society
Camden- Gloucester City Trust Co.
Camden- North Camden Trust Co.
Camden- West Jersey Trust Company
Atlantic City- Margate Trust Company
STATE OF DELEV/ARE
Wilmington- Artisans Savings Bank
Wilmington- Wilmington Savings Fund
Soc icty
Wilmington- Citizens Savings Bank
Wilmington- Colonial Trust Company
'i1m ington- Coone rc ia.1 Trust Co.
Wilmington- De lev/are Trust Co.
T'rilmington- Farmers Bank
Wrilmington- Fourth Street Trust Co.
Wrilmington- Providence .Saving &
Loan Assn.
Wilmington- Morris Plan Bank
STMIL OF MINNESOTA
St. Paul- Farmers 5: 'Merchants State
BPnk
St. Paul- First State Bank
St. Paul- First Trust Company
St. Paul- Grand Avenue State Bank
St. Paul-I.Iounds Park State Bank
St. Paul- Security State Bank
Dulut h - C c nt rc 1 St at e B flnk
Duluth- Northern Trust Company
Duluth- Park State Bank
Duluth- St. Louis County State Bank
Hibbing-Mcrchants & Miners State Bk
Hibbing- Security State Bank
Rochester- Olmsted County Bank &
Trust Co.
Li- rch'-nts Bank
Mankato- Citizens Loan & Trust Co.
Mankato- Manakto Loan & Trust Co.
Little Falls- Peoples State B^nk
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
San Francisco- All non-member banks
and Trust Companies
SLATE OF I.ilSSOURI
Hannibal- Farmers & Merchants Bank
and Trust Company
Hannibal- American Trust Company
Springfield- Southern Missouri
Trust Company
Springfield^ The Citizens Bank

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Br.JKS
List of non-nicabcr banks permitted by State authorities to open for
unrestricted operations. Other lists will be released as rapidly as possible.
Ahbeville, B-nk of Abbeville
Pic dmont» Fa rme r s & licrchants Bank
rJ-Cxander City, Alexander City Br.nk
Fine Apple, Bank of Pine Apple
Red 3ay , ^ank of Red Bay
/.liceville , /.liceville 3~nk & Trust Co.
Rc p t on , Un ion Ban k
Altoona, First State Bank
Roanoke3 City Bank & Trust Co
Anderson, Fa rmc rs Bank
Roano kc, Commrrcial Bank
Arab, Bank of Arab
Ro
ckford, B •-nk of R o ckf ord
Ashford, Farmers & Merchants Bank
Rogcrsvillc,
East Lauderdale Banking Co
Ashvillc, Ashvillc Savings 3rnk
Russellville,
Citizens Bank & Savings Co
Ashvillc, Farmers & Merchants Bank
Samson,
Samson
Banking Company, Inc.
Athens, Limestone County Bank
Selma,
Selma.
Trust
& Savings Bank
Atmore , 3--nk of At more
Springvillc,
B--nk
of
Springville
Attalla , He rc hants & Frrmc r s P ank
Sulligcnt,
Ba.sk
of
Sulligcnt
Auburn, Bank of Auburn
Tarrant, Tarrant. American Savings Bank
V rry, B'-nk of Berry
Thomaston,
Planters Bank <x Trust Co.
Birmingham, Exchrnge Bank
Thorsby,
Bank
of Thors by
Birmingham, Industrial Savings Bank
Troy,
Troy
Bank
& Trust Company
Birmingham, North Birmingham American Bank
Tuskcgce, Tuskcgee Institute Saving:? Bk
Birmingham, Steiner Brothers
Uriah, Jank of Uriah
Blountsville, B-nk of Blountsville
Vina, Vina Banking Company
Brent, Brent Banking Company
Wad ley, B^nk of Vadlcy
Brewton, Bank of Brer/ton
Brewton, Citizens B-nk
Y7cdowec , Bank of V/cdowcc
T/inf icId , Citizens B -nk
Brewton, Farmers & Merchants Bclnk
Brundidge, Brundidge Banking Company
York, Bank of York
Calcra, Central State Bank
Attalla, Attalla Bank
Camden, B^nk of Camden
Clayton, Clayton Banking Company
Cedar Bluff, Cedar Bluff Bank
Cottonwood, Bank of Cottonwood
Center, Cherokee County Bcjik
Demopolis, Robertson Banking Company
Centerville, Peoples Bank
Fairhope, Bank of Fairhope
Chatom, Chatom State Bank
Goodwatcr, P'oples Trust & Savings Bk.
Clanton, Peoples Savings Bank
Foie y ,Far me rs & lier cha nt s B ank
Bay liinncttc, Baldwin County 3o.nk
Collinsville, Peoples Bank
Red L: vel, B-nk of Red Level
Columbia, Bank of Columbia
Frisco City, Proples Bank
Columbiana., Columbiana Savings Bank
Reform, State B-nk of Reform
Cuba, B-nk of Cuba
Monroev illc , Monroe County Bank
Cullman, Parker Bank and Trust Company
Dora, Dora Bank & Trust Company
Dothan, Dothan Bank & frust Company
Eclectic, ^ank of Eclectic
Elberta, State Bank of Elberta
Elkmont, farmers & Merchants Bank
Ensley, Ensley Bank & Trust Company
Enterprise, Enterprise Banking Company
Eufaula, Eufaula Bank & Trust Company
Evergreen, :^nk of Evergreen
Faunsdalc , r7atkins Banking Company
Fayette, Citizens Bank
Florala, Bank of Florala
Gadsden, East Gadsden 3ank
Geneva, Citizens Bank
Gcorgiana, Cit izens Bank
Greensboro, P. oples Bank
Guntersville, Citizens Bank
Hackleburg, Bank of Hackleburg
Haleyvillc, Traders & ^armcrs Bank
Ha nee ville , Merchants Bank
Heflin, Bank of Heflin
Hurtsboro, Fa rmc r s & Mc r c hants B ank
Lexington, Bank of Lexington
Lineville, Farmers & Merchants Bank
Livingston, Mciiillan & Company,Bankers
maplesville , 3-,-nk of Maplesville
liar ion Junction, liar ion Junction State 3ank
lieC ullo u gh, Fa rmc rs Exc hangc B ank
liidway, James & Midway Banking Company
Montevallo, licrchants & Planters Bank
Montgomery, Union Bank and Trust Co.
Moundville , Bank of lioundvillc
Notasulga, First Bank of Notasulga
Oakman, Bank of Oakman
One onto., Citizens Bank
Parrish, -3ank of Parrish
Pell City, Union State Bank
Phcnix City, Phcnix Girard Bank
Phil Campbell, First State Bank