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Re s e r v e b a n k o f Da l l a s

September 16, 1955

To An Banks of the
Eleventh Federal Reserve District:

This is to advise that The Plains National Bank of Lubbock,
Lubbock, Texas, a newly organized institution in the territory
served by the head office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas,
opened for business September 15, 1955, as a member of the
Federal Reserve System.
The new member bank has capital of $250,000, surplus of
$150,000, and undivided profits of $100,000.
Its officers and directors are as follows:
Edward W. Napier, Chairman of the Board
Tom Cobb, President
Wilbur R. Slaton, Executive Vice President
Earl Crow, Vice President and Cashier
Frank Walker, Vice President
J. E. Waller, Vice President
Jack Beeson, Assistant Cashier
Tom Cobb
Earl Crow
Morris Davis
Roy Dopson
J. S. Edwards, Jr.

Tom G. McAbee
Edward W. Napier
W. C. O’Mara
Dr. Weston A. Pettey
Wilbur R. Slaton

The combined A.B.A. transit and routing symbol number
of the new bank is 88-2299.
Yours very truly.
Watrous H. Irons

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