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Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Raud-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County. •Mem. A.B. A. MNew §State fPriv.
IMem. State B. Ass’n.
[Estab.
-County Seats.
Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
Fig.isFed.Res.Dist.
D Denver, E El Paso d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Dlv.
*Santa I'e__ 11,176
100 Santa FeF13

FIRST
NATIOHAL BANK
$250-10%

6-17

par 100

Vice-President.

President.

OTIS P. SELIGMAN—
32,130 $1825530 $1216740 $ 107.080 $ 667,220 1st N., N.Y., ChL, Den., Los A., Albu­
querque, and Kan. C.

$ 150.000 $ 119,930 S3 514 520 $

QUAL1 FIKD T ODO T RUSTS USINKS S

Harold

H.

Anil___ j Antonia M.S&nchez

50,000

11,500

Paul S. Ashby.........
C. C. Metcalf

50.000

83,000 1,547,900

25,000

11,140

W. S. Haston

H. L. Boyd_______ E. Q. Parkes______

95-123

260,000
51,400

230,390

J. G. Owensby.Afflr.

(Branch of Raton ,N. M.)

C. W. Wildenstein,

(Branch of Raton , N. M.)

632,800

91,700

407,100 Chase N„
El Paso.

118,960

63,590

17,030

66,950 1st N.. Raton and Albuquerque; Drov. N„
Kan. C.
Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N„
Raton.
Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Chatham
Phenix, N.Y.; 1st N., Raton.
68,100 N. City, N. Y.; 1st N„ Albuquerque and
Kan. C.; Den. N„ Den.
82,950 Chatham Phenix, N. Y.; State N„ El Paso;
Tra. Gate City N„ Kan. C„ Mo.; Amarillo
N., Amarillo.
210,720 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Cent. Rep.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Com. Tr. Co., Kan.C.;
1st N., Amarillo and Albuquerque.
28,130 State N„ El Paso.

25,000

5,170

298,940

164,770

61,350

34,890

Gonzales
Glenn Hauser____ Clyde Kirkwood__
Harold Mundell

50,000

12,700

328,310

11,520

220,300

86,050

13,230

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

D. H. Henry______ Benj. Munoz_______

100,000

17,080

678,160

98,020

497,910

138,060

46,570

25,000

17,420

157,080

85,490

80,000

5,870

;

95-38

H. B. Jones.

.. Earl George..

d®«t'02

R. T. Spence-------

(Branch of Raton ,N. M.)

C. E. Clement, Mgr,

Citizens State Bank d®»${’17 B. F. Straughan,
Bias Duran..
Ch. of Bd. and Pres
par 100
95-136

A. E. Huntsinger..

25,000

11,000

125,000

91,000

25,500

6,500

H. W. Gibbs.

Chas. R. Keyes.—

25,000

5,040

137,110

58,330

54,350

28,100

Farmers & Stockmens Bank J. Paltenghe,

par 100

95-137

dB®J’17

Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

FARMERS NATIONAL BANK D. F. Griggs______

C. J. Severance.— H. W. Hannahs___ V. W. Bonce______

100.000

26,370 Las Vegas Sav., E. Las Vegas;
! Albuquerque; 1st N„ Denver.

1st N„

165,490 1,382,610

61,200

1,030,850

519,560

103,770

879,540

89,560

568,800

405,460

23,930

36,910

878,220

25,000

436,930

424,170

20,910

31,740

739,650

647,780

76,680

24,500 $1 130780 $ 379,580 $

$275-12%parl0l)a0-aS7 d B©T»t'89
$325-16%

50-641

50,000

J. D. Folaad______ R. W. Brown_____

Ch. of Bd, and Pres,

par 100
Wm. Phelpa-------- C. W. Guy_______ C. F. Vail____
Alton
—812 FtrstNationalBank.dB®#}'21 M. J, Madge
Chenango Q17 $380-12% par 100 50-642
Akron____ —2188 Bank of Akron-------d»*S1900 F. E. Bard________ E. P. Forrestel----- A. P. Anderson___ A. H. Bnrg____
par 100
50-677
B Erie M6

25,000
50,000

101,380 1,428,940

ALBANY—Reserve City
•Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State tPriv.
JMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
President.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®SaT.$LastSale%Div.
Albany County Savings bank W. L. Visscher___
4K%
29-12
®t§'74
Albany Exchange Sav. Bant M.T. Nachtmann..
29-6
®«§’56

ALBANY SAVINGS BANK

d®i§1820

Germano P. Bacelli______ f’98
29-52

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Cashier.

Ass't Cashier.

Liabilities.
Other
Paid-up Surplus
Total
Liabili­
and
Capital Profits Deposits
ties

W. A. Wheeler____ C. E. Byron, Tr,... G. A. White, Sec..._________ $ 2,926,650 $19 938 280
G. C. McCullough, A. Tr.
H. H. Kohn
980.740 6,782,290
Aiden Chester------ M.O. Morrison,Tr. Carl M. Oronk,
A. Tr.
J. H. Mead

10,280

9,324,960 64,584,510

58,000

Fred'k Townsend-. T. I. Van Antwerp. H. D. Rodgers, Tr. W.V.R. Erving, Sec.
Gerritt Y. Lansing E. J. Toole, A. Tr. F. R.Terwilliger,A. Tr.
$

100,000

6,610

18,430

124,680 Chatham Phenix N. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.;
Market St. N., Phil.
83,130 Cham. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.
147,990 Chase N., N. Y; Marine Tr. Co,. Buffalo.

(Albany, N 23) County Seat, Pop. 127,412

(Federal Reserve District No. 2)

29-3

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Chatham
Phenix N. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N„
Raton.
38,000 Inter-State N.,Kan. O.: 1st N.. Tucumcari;
1st N., Amarillo.

61,170 $ 230,000 Chase N„ N. Y.; Phil. N.. Phil.; 1st N.
and N. Y. State N., Alb.; Northern N. Y.
Tr. Co., Watertown.
32,720
126,160 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.

$ 150,000 $ 131,720 $1495 310 S

H. H. Waite_____ H. E. Machold------ R. W. Ripley,
1613 Citizens Trust Company
Sec, and Tr,
J. L. Sage
♦ 50-586
*£$’89
115

Addison___ __ 1538 First National BankdB®»t’99 R. S. Brown,

*1%

N. Y.; State N. and 1st N„

NEW YORK

In No. 2 F. R.DIst.
B.is Buffalo Br.

Q10

107,000

601,000

Mgr,
J. B. Read________ Manuelita

Tularosa_____1406 First State Bank__ d©»Jf’12 R. D. Champion__ P. S. Kirk ..
11E Otero M 14 $100-12% par 100 95-105
Van Houten___801 Blossburg Mercantile Co. §’28
95-162
100 Colfax C 18

Steuben

72,000 Inter- State N.. Kan. C.;lst N„ Tuonmcari.

173,490

Blossburg Mercantile Co.
95-161
d©§t’28
Blossburg Mercantile Co..§’28
95-184
First State Bank____ d«ti’22 T. P. Martin______ O. R. Dwire—
.
$135
95-145
American National Bank
W. A. Foyil...........C.M. Stanllill.
10% par 100 95-114
©«t’14
10% par 100

PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS.
Cash 4 ExCHAKOM.DTTt
from Banks

T*t’70

Citizens State Bank_.d»t§’lo C. A. Sawyer_____ M. H. Smith______

Jefferson

Resources.
Liabilities,
Loam
Bonds
Other
Miscel­
Paid-up Surplus
D
epos­
1
and
and
Liabili­
and
Capital Profits
its
Discounts Ssouritiss laneous
ties

Cashier.

Oldest bank in the State.
ORGANIZED 1870.
Careful attention to all banking matters.

Springer............ 957
100 Colfax D19
Sugarite______ 206
100 Colfax C18
Swastika______218
10D Colfax C18
«Taos_________ 530
100 Taos D16
*Tucumcarl ..4143
11E Quay G22

Adams........

t

Ch. of Bd.

__I J. J. Mats®
First National Bank.... »t’01 H. B. Jon«a_
$125 par 100 95-89
J. B. Gilchrist,
Frank Light-------American National Bank
$220-12% par100 95-34 d®*t’06 Ch, of Bd, and Pres,

Vaughn_______ 968
lit Guadulupe
H17
Wagon Monnd 852
1UD Mora E18

Ass

Cashier.

ARTHUR SELIGUAN— P. A. F. WALTER, CHAS. J. ECKEBT—
L. A. HUGHES.
V.P.and Tr.Off.

»Santa Rosa.. 1127
11E GuadalupeH 19
^Silver City...3519
11E Grant M3

par 100

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW MEXICO—Continued

Loans
AND

Resources.
MiscelBonds

Cash & Ex­
change*,Dub
LANBOUS
Discounts Securities Rbsoubcbb from Bank*

1,700 $

49,920 $20 918 260 $ 1,490,650 $
2,088.480

197,300

43,291,910 23,716,530

2,488,980

11,000

1,570

5,207,960

Albany Clearing House Assn. Mem. shown by
Affiliated Bks. by +

and

Principal Correspondents.
407,810 Bk. of America N. A., N. Y.; Mech. & Far., Alb.
279,550 Empire Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co., Alb.

(Bds. and
Mtges.)

4,470,050 Bk. of Manhattan Tr, Co., N. Y.; N. Y. State N.,
Alb.
112,460 Bk. of Naples, Italy.

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INDEX
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COUNTIES.
Albany........ 0 23
Allegany.........P 7
Bronx..........H 6
Broome........Q 16
Cattaraugus. ,P5
Cayuga .... M 13
Chautauqua.. P 3
Chemung... .Q 12
Chenango .. .0 16
Clinton........D 23
Columbia A6, Q24
Cortland ... .0 15
Delaware. A2.Q19
Dutchess.C6, R23
Erie................0 5
Essex.......... G 23
Franklin... .E 21
Fulton......... L21
Genesee.......M 7
Greene .A 4, P 22
Hamilton....I 20
Herkimer....J 19
Jefferson .. .H 15
Kings..............15
Lewis...........117
Livingston ... N 8
Madison ...,N 16
Monroe........L 9
Montgomery N 21
Nassau......... H 7
New York ...H5
Niagara....... L 5
Oneida........ L 17
Onondaga . . M 14
Ontario . ... N 10
Orange..........E 3
Orleans........L 7
Oswego........ K 15
Otsego......... 0 19
Putnam........ E6
Queens........ E 6
Rensselaer .. N 24
Richmond.... I 5
Rockand......F 5
Saratoga.... L 23
Schenectady. N 22
Schoharie .. .0 21
Schuyler....... P 12
Seneca......... N 12
Steuben .... Q 10
St. Lawrence F 17
Suffolk.........H 9
Sullivan.C2, R20
Tioga.......... Q 14
Tompkins... P 13
Ulster. .C 4, R 21
Warren.......... J 22
Washington .K 24
Wayne......... L 11
Westchester . F 6
Wyoming....N 7
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.....by The ~
‘ Bankers’
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to each bank *In U. S. exclusively
Kand-McNally
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nder the authority of The American Bankei>rs Ass’n.

ALBANY—Cont’d—Reserve City
(Federal Reserve District No. 8)

•Mem. A.B. A. «New §8tate t Priv
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
President.
Vice-President.
Cashier.
♦Fed. Bes.Depts:T-Tnist B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Say.$LastSaIe%Diy.
+Central Bank
d®<§’21 J.B.Hauf_________ Wm.J, Dawson... C. J. Beckett,
8% par 100 26-58
J. E. Glavin
V. P. and Cash.
City Savines Bank_____ ©tS’50 F. H. Williams____ L. F. Hartman,
F. M. Lamb, Tr.__
4H%
29-4
J. W. Cox, V. P.
V. P. and Sec.

(Albany, N 23) County Seat, Pop. 127,412

Liabilities.
Ass’t Cashier.

Resources.

Otbkb
Paid-up Subplus
Total
AND
Deposits LIABILI­
Capital Pbofits
TIES

F. W. Dunham.... S
E. J. Bellinger
L. A. Maguire.A. Tr.
J.A.Ehrhardt, A.Tr,

200,000 1

169,320 $ 3,381,510 S
3,811,890 35,057,240

Loans
AND

Bonds
AND

Discounts

SactnuTiaa

126,900 % 2,137,920 $ 1,149,330 J
6,360

26,101,120

9,828,190

♦FIRST TRUST COMPANY

J. A. Becker______ Jag. H. Wallace__ . H. A. Arnold, Tr... Addison Keim. Sec. 1,000.000 2.546 910 33,219,720
170,610 14,806,020 11,203,020
@<§'64 J. F. Cooper, V. P. A. P. Adams, Jr.
P.Fitzsimons.A.T. C. H. Bissikummer. (2 Branch e*»)
H. A. Arnold. V.P. Addison Keim
H. J. Warner. A. Tr.
Jr., A. Sec.
Gallo Brothers__________
(Closed)
Home Savines Bank...........©§’72 T. B. Wkrd_ _ _ _ _ J. E. Poole............. F. W. White, Tr... G. W. MeBvran, See.
3.959,220 28.867,080
64.370 21,272,300 7,383,500
4M%
29-10
N. S. Bennett
J. L. Lochner, A.Tr. H. E. Archer, A. Tr.
( Bds. & M tges.)
♦Mechanics & Farmers Bank Robt. Olcett.
Donald McOradie. Clarence W.Stevens I. F. Jaeger______
250,000 1,717,300 3,331,540
15,880
3,024.230 1,626,180
*750-20% par 100 29-2 dT<|1811
D. W. Olcott
Mechanics & Farmers Sav. Bk. Robert OleoU____ C. W. Stevens —
D. W. Olcott,
6,556,840
C. G. Davenport,
888,620 6,138,660 ................... i[-------------29-5
®<§’55
Sec. and Tr.
A.Tr.
Morris Plan Co_______ ®»’15 C. L. A. Whitney. F. C. Herrick_____ Maude M.Easterly.
160,180
150.000
637,050
46,700
862,250
125,890
1170-10% par 100 29-55
L. H. Tucker
Sec. and Tr.
( Certificate *)
*400

♦ 29-8

'NATIONAL
COMMERCIAL BANK

JACOB H. HERZOG11. C. PRUYK,
Ch. of Bd.
W. L. GILLESPIE,

H. J. KNEIP............ L. K. FOX_ _ _ _ _ _ _
CHAS. II. McGARVEY. J. W. fjEYNOERS
H.J. BROWN.
A. I, SCHIMPF
A. Tr. Off. J. R. LODEWICK

Exec. V.P.

& TRUST CO.

*700-20% par 100 29-7 dfl©T<1823 v
,
.
National Savines Bank..d®§'68 F. B. Stevens-------- S. T. Jones________Ralph Bult, Tr.
2B-fl
Jonas Mohlfeldei J, G. Reddy, A.

NEW YORK STATE

!r.

b.

1,501.096

Beswick.

TV.

5.147,780 64,249,050

2.231,670 22.324.070 19,060,100

Park Br anch, . M. Miile r, V. P. and Mgr.
Norther n Branc h, J. B. Lodewic k, A. Cos h. and M

3,739,200 35,517,350

' Tr.
A.

55,000; 26.903,870

6,355,430

MucilLANIOUS

Rasomcas

Cash k EX­
CHANGEE, Din

Principal Correspondents.
262.170 Bk. of America N. A.. N. Y.; 1st N.. Bos.

328,310 $
2,019,150
2,003,210

3,570,410
180,800
101,730

Albany Clearing House Assn. Mem. shown by *
Affiliated Bks. by +

927,040 Chase N„ N. Y.i N, Com'l Bk. & Tr. Co.. Alb.
8,924,200 Irv. Tr. Co.. Guaranty Tr. Co.. N. City, and
Bankers Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. &Tr. Co. and
1st N„ Chi.: N. Shawmut. Bos.
|
664,460 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y„- N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co. and
1st Tr. Co.. Alb.
483,500 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Bk. of America N. A.,
N. Y.:N. Shawmut, Bos.; Phil. N.,Phil.
368,710 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.

3,530

2,260

1,359,570 30,384,770 Chase N. and Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.; Cont. Ill,
—-—— Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.

4,156,320

1,895,930 Title Guarantee & Tr. Oo. and Guaranty Tr. Co..
N. Y.

, PARKERJORAING.-.- REUBEN JCLARK

W. R. BLEECKER_
_
.............
.....
E. W. CORRIE
,
■ •
—
H.
C.
JOSH
N
R<"so"'
msuh
Asst. to V. P. -H. -.....
BULLOCK,P-'■
^ E. D. HAMILTON

SCHiiYLERffiFTf itCTEET

NATIONAL BANK “•c-

- J-c-

*280 to *300-12% 29-1 dB©T<1803
par 100
____________________

(Members indicated by a *)

Sec. and Tr.

7,412,530 23.943.800 22.697.990

498,030 12,147,470 Chase N., N.Y.; 1st N., Chi. and Bos.; Phil. N.,
——— Phil.

M&cN&nghton
Miller, Mgr. (See pag es 92-93- 94 for N umber o f Nation al, State and Priv ate
Banks, Total De posits by Cities, States,
etc.)

Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
year
tMem, State Bks. Assn.
EstabIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories

/FRED C. SEHIER, Mgr........... ......................

(Hotel Teh Eyck)

2,606,700 47,268,060

c.w.H0Yf;i^o#-H-w'0SB0RN

Albany Clearing House_______ J. H. Herzog______ A. P. Adams, Jr... H. J. Kneip,

Albany

2,000,000

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

BANKERS CO. OF NEW YORK- —-1 If ARHL0N G. SNELL, Representative

Other Offices
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories

LEE, HIGGINSON & CO_ _ _

{ J: A.'M?KE0UGH }RePr««*atives, N. Y. Office.

F. S. MOSELEY & 00........

W. BEARDSLEY. Representative.
ftCommercial
merclal Paper
Pa
and
lit
Investment Securities.

F. S. Moseley & Co., New York,
Boston and Chicago,

THE NATIONAL CITY COMPANY

(Investment Securities) ________________

N. City Go., N. Y. and correspondent
offices.
Paine, Webber & Co., Boston, New
York, Chicago, and other cities.

(75 State Street)

1 Members Principal Stock Exchanges

Members op Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

(1501 State Bank Bldg.)

(Ten Eyck Bldg.)

mnwKSLft

/HAROLD S. CHERRY. Manager............................

........... -Y20 L (Investment Securities)
(611 Nat’l Sav. Bk. Bldg.)

John C. Youmans, Res. Mgr___ _______
Investment Securities

{

Guaranty Co. of N. Y„ N. Y.

PAINE, WEBBER & CO—

Lee, Higginson & Co., Bos., N. Y„
Chi.

-Y80

(90 state St.)

HALSET STUART & CO..........
(Incorporated)

-Y01

KENNETH K. KERR, Representative....... .................
Telephone: 3—4481

(112 State St.)

HEMPHILL. NOYES & CO.........
(Ten Eyck Bldg.)

ESTABLISHED

1877

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Members New York Stock Exchange.
Underwriters and Distributors of
Investment Securities.

Phil., Bos., St. L., Det.. Mil., Pitt!,'
Minpls. and Clev.

J. & W. SELIGMAN & CO..

-II

Members New York, Boston, Chicago, Cleve­
land, Detroit and Hartford Stock Exchanges; J. & W. Seligman & Co., N. Y,, Phil,
New York Curb Exchange; New York Cotton and Wash., D. C.
Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade.

(91 State Street)
Br. of N. Y. Privat e wire connection
with main office, branches and cor- Edward B. Smith & Co.______________ (Donald T. Wet more. Representative________
respondents in 48 cities.
■< (Investment Securities)
Trask & Co., Spencer_______________
L Telephone: 4-0185
Spencer Trask & Co., N. Y„ Chi.,
Bos., Prov., Phil, and Det.
(142 State St.)

Miie Cfjase i^attonal 3Banb

OF THE CITY

(State St., cor. Pearl)_____________ ____ _____

OF NEW

YORK

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»County Seats.
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B is Buffalo Br.

President.

Vice-President.

0A8HIER.

Alden________ 846
8
Erie M6
Alexandria Bay 1952
Jefferson F15

Alfred_________639
| Allegany Q8

50-441
Orleans County Tr. Co.
par 50
50-440 dB®T»t§’20
Alden State Bank.......... *t§’16
12% par 100 50-961
First National Bank of the
Thousand Islands. d®<1900
*400-20% par 100 50-643
University Bank____ d»tS’83
*150-8% par 100 50-644

Asa’T CASHIER.

Thomas E. Heard. J. W. Cramer_____ R. E. Brodie. Tr.
Geo. E. Becker
B. L. Bensley____ A. E. Frantz_____
C. H. Dold, Ch.
Chas. U. Putnam . A. Bickelhaupt.__ Davis Comstock.
F. F. Cornwall
D. S. Burdick,
C. F. Randolph___ C. R. Fenner.__
Ch. of Bd. and Prea.

*215-10%

Resources.
Liabilities.
Bonds
Loans
Surplus Dbpob- Other
Miscel­
and
and
AND
L
iabili­
IT8
Discounts Securities laneous
Propits
ties

Principal Correspondents.
Cash & Ex­
changes, Due
from Banks

\V. J. Curtis______ I 200,000 $ 214,440 $4510 780 $ 50,200 $2 366 950 $1753030 $ 79,880 $ 775,560 Chase N„ N. Y.: M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo.
VV. M. Hanington
645.410 468,350 238,660 194,470 Marine Midland Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Marine Tr.
M. H. Phillips. Sec. 100,000 110,950 1,152,470 183,480
Co., Buff.
Fred Holt, A. Sec.
47,000
85,000 Chase N., N. Y.: M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo.
22,000
393,000
702,000
1,038,000
50,000
117,000
W. B. Taylor------W. A. Swyers
38,430
94,480 Chase N., N.Y.
843,000 247,850
86,500 960,600 126,660
50,000
W. F. Burdick..

Allegany..—.1411 First National Bank.d®«t’03 H. M. Erampf -___ H. J. Zimmerman. J. Ray McAuliffe..
I Oattaraug. Q6

Paid-up
Capital

tAlbion______ 4878 Citizens National Bank©»t'95 Harry E. Colburn. R. Titus Coan____ G. L. Houghton..
I Orleans L7^

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) In back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

14,810

$00,820 Chase N., N. Y.; Liberty, Buffalo', Syracuse
Trust Co., Syracuse.

73,000

61,860
&
Mtgs.)
524,000 129,000

28,000

65,000 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co., Buf­
falo.

25,000

25,200

514,310

6,470

50,000

58,000

565,000

193,480

(Bds.

par 100 50-645

Altamont.____ 858 FIRST NATIONAL BANK

*500-25% par 100 50-646 d®»t’10
N22
Amenta_____ 1560 First National Bk. ,dB©«t 64
*213-10% par 100 50-647
Dutchess C6
Amltyvllle ___ 4437 Bank ol Amityville
*275-12%
50-540 d®T#t5'91
Suffolk 18
par 100
First National Bk.&TrustCo.
9% par 100 50-541
d®T»t'07
Amsterdam. 34,817 Amsterdam City Nat l Bank
14%
par
100
50-137
dTt’89
Montg. M22
Amsterdam Savings Bk.tS'86
50-136

Albany

J. F. Mynderse ___ Millard Frink____ John P. Ogsbury..
Joseph Snyder
Geo. G. Stephenson E. D. Morse______ F. P. Hoose_______ A. C. Morrison.

25,000

88,620

749,480

95,440

307,110

575,160

10,120

100,000

132,140

790,840

143.700

472,490

569.600

13,140

66,150 lrv. Tr. Co., N. Y.: N. Oom'l Bk. ft Tr. Co..
Alb.
111,450 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.

S. P. Hildreth-

R. E. Baylis___

100.000

151,980 1,680,920

11,860

811,770

862,560

91,240

179,190 Chase N. and lrv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

W. J. Koepchen...
Wm. A. Schmidt
L. H. Folieu___

150.000

95,580 2,425,770

45,090 1,250,920

909,960

273,440

282,110 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Market St. N.. Phil.

550,000

259,050 1,033,260

260,000 1,073,340

C. O. Ireland_____ E. J. Heartt___
F. B. Powell

C. A. Luce________ W. G. Albertson .. Louis Auperin,
Cash, and Tr. Off.
Henry Ploch
L. E. Harrower.__ Theo. J. Yund___ T. J. Weyl-------John Sanford, Ch,
Chas. E. French... T. A. Turner______ M. E. Jones, Tr..
N. B. Smith

Thos. Morphy, Sec,
R. A. Hallenbeck,
A. Tr,
C. L. Howard_____ J. L. Voorhees.__ J. E. Voorhees -__ F. R. Goller______

Farmers National Bank
10% por SO 50-134 d®U*t’39
C. S. Nisbet______ A. V. Morris.
GeorgeB.Wilkinson Harold W. Sweet..
First National Bank
D. S. De Groff
8% par 100 50-135 d®T»t’60
John
Barnes,
S.
K.Warnick.Ezec.
C. F. Rothmeyer, Ellen M.Crowe.See,
Montgomery County Tr. Co.
Tr. F. A. Hoppy. T. Off,
*500-10% ♦50-138 dB®T •tS‘12 Ch. of Bd. and Pres De Baun Van Aken
par 100
T. J. Yund
T. W. Swan. V. P. J.W. Ferguson, V.P,
E. J. Turnbull____ O. L. Dickson____ D. L. Bruce_______ M. M. Wright____
Andes_______ 395 National Bank of Andes
O.
E.
Hulbert,
Ch.
*170-10%
50-648
d©«t’l9
Delaware A2
Andover____ 1241 Andover State Bank.®»tS'94 A. D. Fuller______ F. S. Clark______ R. O. Snyder_____
50-619
| Allegany Q8
E. J. Atwood_____ J. C. Lever______
Burrows National Bank
J. E. Cannon__
*340-12% par 100 50-620 d®»t’06
Angelica ____ 838 Bank of Angelica______ •t5'89 D. D. Dickson____ T. S. Gillies______ W. F. Lilly_______ R. B. Rook.
50-649
| Allegany P7
A. J. Bundy______ T. C. Williams-----Angola..
1543 Bank of Angola____ ®«t§’06 P. L. Schwert..
*230-14%
50-650
|
Erie 04
Evans National Bk. dB®»t’20 W. G.Schack------- A. F. Shultz_____ Geo. L. Peck------- N. D. Peck--------R. U. Blackney
*190-10% par 100 50-1012
F. K. Felshaw___ J. W. Dickson........ K. M. Kimberley.
Antwerp_____ 868 Bank of Antwerp..dB®#tS’62 F. C. Hoard,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres J. A. Baumert
Jefferson G16 *333-12% par 100 50-651
J. H. Francis_____ J. H. Smith______ D. C. Bentley-----J.
D.
Case_______
Citizens
Bank________d»t!’82
Arcade_____ .1643
G. W. Strong
B Wyoming 06 *250-12% par 100 50-652
J. H. Newman___
First National Bank-d®»t'13 F. J. Humphrey ... W. J. Peckham ___ I. L. Foist_____
6% par 100 50-930
Ardsley_____ 1135 First National Bank—dB®’26 H. B. Slaybaugh.. F. H. Addyman ___ J. S. Vredenburgh.
C. A. Valentine, Ch, J. G. S. Swanston
Westchester G6 *200 par 100 50-1125
(Closed August 14, 1930)
Argyle_______ 245 First National Bank____
Washington K24
C.
K. Owen______ G. A. McEachron.. Lillian J. Johnson.
National Bank of Argyle ®'31
50-1169
Inze S. Gates..
John
D. Taylor.__ W. M. Hurlbut____ M. D. Gates____
Arkport............ 575 Arkport State Bankd®«75'16
E. E. Ferry, V. P. A. W. Latimer
*150-6% par 100 50-956
Steuben P9
H. V. Dederer.
Kenneth
Van
VoorW.
B.
Hill...............
Arlington_____ 775 Vassar Bank.......... .....©»t§’24 H. N. MacCracken.
his
Margaret E. Mack
(Poughkeepsie P.0). *200 par 100 50-1089
Dutchess D5
(See New York City, Borough of Queens)
Arverne______
Queens D4
Astoria............
(See New York City. Borou ah of Queens)
Queens F6
Athens_______1618 Athens National Bk. d®«t'16 Richard Lenahan.. W. H. Miller_____ R. P. Holmes_____
A. B. Daley
*165 -6% par 100 50-959
Green P23
H. W. Wolfanger. Fred J. Land___ J. E. Brownell .—
H. C. Hatch ....
Atlanta_______ 640 Atlanta National Bank
CarelP.
Stanton
W.E.
Otto.
Ch.
*150-5% par 100 50-1045 d«t’22
Steuben OlO


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604,510

49,290

2,150,430 10 466550

8,549,790 3,295,050

222,730

375,160 1st N. and Ohem. Bk. & Tr, Co., N.Y.
Marine Tr. Co., Buff.
549,420 Bkrs. Tr. and Guaranty Tr. Cos.. N. Y.

500.000

609,370 4,686,660

112,640 1,684,020 3,244,360

108,150

872,150 Chase N.. N. Y.

200,000

981,430 5,476,630

2,529,470 3,217,730

437,880

200,000

835,420 4,470,090

559,120 3,008,290 2,495,650

30,660

473 000 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co. andN.Com'l
Bk. & Tr. Co., Alb.: Mnfrs. N., Troy;
530 030 N. City, N. Y.: Phil. N., Phil.; Syracuse
Tr. Co., Syracuse.

25,000

23,250

296,290

25,000

201,130

136,130

4.000

28,280 Chase N., N. Y.
54 420 Chase N., N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co. (Bk. of
Buffalo Br.). Buffalo.
57,530 Chase N.. N. Y.; Liberty. Buffalo.

50.000

60,860

343,490

27,460

300.410

120,610

6,370

25,000

81,700

371,020

25,290

354,430

80,670

10,380

25,000

36,260

264,860

14,040

192,230

108,420

17.320

50,000

53,360

806,370

70,000

687,190

189,910

65.320

22,180 Chase N.. N. Y.; Lib. and Marine Tr. CoBuffalo.
37,300 Chase N., N. Y.; Liberty. Buffalo.

50,000

30,000

526,000

200

426,000

107,000

17,000

52,000 M & T Tr„ Buffalo.

25,000

69,840

511,340

10,160

245,800

192,850

104,360

340 Chase N..N.Y.; Jefferson Co. N. and North­
ern N. Y. Tr. Co., Watertown.
187,670 1st N., N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co. and M & T
Tr., Buff.
54,370
73

1,072,240

902,590

199,170

50,000

6.070

442,930

25,520

319,310

127,120

23,720

25.000

13,240

445,410

25,420

264,530

168,610

8,180

40,000

19,390

409,750

6,690

135,720

260,670

15,170

25,000

33,400

302,690

14,640

201,200

135,930

14,940

50,000

53,820

616,910

9,370

201,290

394,410

12,100

50,000

27,660

780,230

41,130

332,010

460,130

52,640

54,240 Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co., Alb.

10,000

65,200

246,370

18,460

57,150 Bath N., Bath.

60.000

25,000

174,080 2,127,590

13,620

338,570

67,750 Chase N.. N. Y.

64,270 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. Y.
gtate
Alb*
23,660 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co.,
Buffalo; Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracuse.
122,302 Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N.Y.; Poughkeepsie Tr. Co..
Poughkeepsie.

1 1 OS

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
t0 eacb bank in U- S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County. •Mem. A.B. A. wNew §State fPrir.
‘County Seats.
JMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
No. 2Fed.Res.Dist. ♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
g is Buffalo Br.
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.
Attica
2212
B^ Wyoming N7

BANK OF ATTICA

-d®‘;S'56
50-572
Citizens Bank...........d®»t5'll
$360-12% par 100 50-573
‘Auburn
36,652 Auburn Savings Bank
Cayuga M13
4H%
50-117
®»J5'49

par 50

AUBURN TRUST
COMPANY
$525-l8%par 100 50-121 dT»t§’06

CAYUGA COUNTY NAT. BK.

$300-12%
par 100

50-116 dB®T»t’3

President.

("RALPH R. KEELER

Liabilities.
Resources.
Principal Correspondents.
Loan,
ther
Bondi
Paid-up Surplus
Gash k ExDepos­ LOiabili
AND
Miscel­ OHAItaM.DUE
And
­
and
Capital Profits
its
Diieounti Securities laneous from Baku
ties
W. E. Hopkins
J. B. Ulmer______ F. J. Schreiber___ S 125.000 $ 106,520 $1 395 170 $ 14,510 $1 195 550
$ 342,560
32,010 S 71,090 Chase N„ N. Y.; Liberty and Marine Tr.
A. L. Young
Co., Buffalo.
H. T. Bramer_____ E. F. Ostertag____ F. J. Rogers______
60.000
91,550 1.070,770
76,010
617,630
15,000
608,430
57,270 N. City, N. Y.: Marine Tr. Co. and M & T
Tr.,
Buffalo.
Frederick Sefton.. W. S. Downer.
C. H. Holley.A.TV.
1,273,250 10016090
360 7,530,800 3,021,850
330,070
406,990 1st N. and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.
See. and Tr, R.A.McCaull.A.TV.
Vice-President.

C. C. Miller_______
R. E. Winfield, Ch.
B. T. Sands______
Elon P. Spink, Ch.
David M. Dunning.

D. E. FRENCH..
E. C. DONOVAN

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

R. T. TALPEY, Tr.... B. E. BAIER, See.___

Your collec tions will re ceive carefu
[prompt ret urns at reas onable rates

nlty given special
ce on all Banking
bank In Cayuga
G.V.Loughborough,

Tr.

E. A. Meehan, Mgr. E. F. Secaur,

A, Mgr.

50-118

Aurora_____ _ .389
Cayuga N13
AuSable Forks2000
Essex E24
Aroca__________940
Steuben F10
Aron---------------2403
B Livingston M9
Babylon .......... 4342
Suffolk H8

Prompt and car efnl attention glv cn all Items entr usted to us.
LA thoroughly o rganlzed collectlo n department. W e want your Aub

A. J. WRIGHT & CO............'65

STOCKS, BONDS AND COMMODI TIES. C. A.THOMA
S, Mgr,

First National Bank_.,.‘}'64
10% par 100 50-654
Bank of Au Sable Forks
$250
50-655
®«'10
Bank of Avoca_____ ®»J8’01
$225-10% par 100 ♦ 50-625
State Bank of Avon d®»t| 92
par 25
50-656
Babylon National Bk.&Tr.Co.
12% par 100
50-657 dT‘t’13
Bank of Babylon— dT*tl'13
12% par 100 50-929

S. G. Lyon_______ R. L. Zabriskie.__ Edmund Doughty
Marcus Webb_____
Edith P. Morgan
E. W. Featherston.
V. K. Moore______ H. R. Torrance.__
W. H. Lee________ H. T. Baird_______ F. L. Arnold______ J. S. Moore
C. B. Arnold______
F. L. Arnold
H. C. Milks_______ B. E. Brophel____ C. T. Davin_______
John L. Westfall.
G. H. Bangert,

Balnbrldge... 1324 FIRST NAT’L BANK~d®«t'Sl
Chen'go Q17
$210-10% par 100 50-658
Baldwin---------5510 BALDWIN NAT’L BANK
Nassau 17
& TRUST CO.
6% par 100 50-1006 dB®T»t’19

PEOPLES STATE

(Formerly Sunrise Nat'l Bk.)

W.J. STEELE,

E. W. Howell_____ A. A. Schneider... A. L. Batten______
W. W. Wood
A. D. Haff________ G. C. Abbott........... C. H. Bedell______
J. H. Arink
D. H. Copley_____ S. B. Hollenbeck.. H. W. Nelson_____

f

CHAS. MILLER- - - - - -

rw. I“SMITH.

F. E. HURLEY_ _ _ _
P. G. SCHUMAN

Ch.of Bd. and Pres.

0. 0. LYOH.......... .
D.M. STEELE. Tr.Off.

Special attentlo n to B-L drafts a nd Collections.

) Ch.o
_ ...ofBd.and Pres.

HERBERT TOULMIN —

I. 0. B. ARESKOG ...
H. E. CARMAN
DOROTHY E. BEDELL
A. LOHMANN_ _ _ _ _

slve with unexcel led service and fa duties.”
ur business prom pt attention at r easonable rates.
Oscar Jacobs__ ___ Wm. A. Culver,
W. E. Vander
Albert W. Pearsall
V. P. and Cash.
Schuyt

Baldwlnsvllle 3845 Baldwinsville State Bank
E. G. Heaton_____ L. M. Tappan_____ E. H. Marvin_____ J. R. Miller_______
Onondaga L13
$210-10%
50-617 dB®*t|’75 J. C. Connell. Ch.
par 100
Windsor Morris... F. D. Robinson___ R. B. Orvis,
Olin Haydon______

F,™m ,*iMi

$200-10% par

100

Cash, and Tr. Off.

50-616 dT‘t’65

‘Ballston Spa.4591 BALLSTON SPA NAT. BANK THOMAS KERLEY.
T. S. HAIGHT----Saratoga M23
$275-16%
50-467 d®T»t’38
par 100
First National Bank
S.G. Medbery____ W. A. Mehan__
$200-6%parioo50-468 dB®T*J’65 G. T. Cunningham. Ch.

ESTABLISHED

1877

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

156,890

5,375,070

932,000

320,460 1,170.740 Chatham Phenlx N. Bk. & Tr. Co. and
Iry. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Liberty Bk., Buf­
falo; 1st N., Phil.

454,260 3,314,520

327,900

1,143,690 8,699,020

5,000

200,000

386,680 4,663,800

2,195,720 1,716,090

31,250

6.240,810 3,081,300

172,990

352,600 1st N„ N. Y.

2,955,160 1,791,750

102,770

633,800 Irv. Tr. Co.. N Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.
and 1st Tr. & Dep., Syracuse.

(Bds.and
Mtges.)

(Branch of Syrac use, N.Y
233,000

E. F. CLUTE..

J. B. HUMPHREY,

Buffalo, N. Y. S ection._

50,000

92,360

150,660

53,260

60,890

192.500

1,500

50,000

63,110 1,391,000

43,000

982.330

164,300

68.640

50,000

68,000

581,210

7,000

279,750

355.950

3,950

41,720

538.330

50,000

1st N., N. Y.; Phil. N., Phil.; N. Com’l
Bk, & Tr. Co.. Alb.
Offices: Buffalo, Syracuse. Auburn, Ro­
chester. Niagara Falls, N. Y., Bradford.
Pa„ and Toronto,Ont.
91,380 Chase N.. N. Y.
331,840 N. City and Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.;
Mnfrs. N„ Troy.
66,550 Chase N„ N. Y.

920,040

15,000

378,620

54,590

55,220 Chase N.. N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo.

100,000

190,820 1,614,250

5,850

543,530 1,107,120

63,160

100.000

163,410 1,526,320

85,000

619,980 1,053,870

81,320

75.000

80,660 1,033,070

109,530

784,440

397,170

33,540

197.110 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Chase N„ N.
„ „
Y.; Market St. N.. Phil.
119,560 Chase N. and Irv. Tr. Co.. N.Y ; Market
St. N., Phil.
83.110 Chase N„ N. Y.

100,000

90,340 1.898,530

233,780

1,623,610

448.500

104,280

543,400

5,620

272,710

397,840

17,310

34,770 Brooklyn Tr. Co., N. Y.

587,100

73,060

521,550

151.950

53,370

85,780 Chase N„ N. Y.

100.000

123,910 1.405.670

28,170

652,940

802,040

103,050

100,000

87,920 1,042,600

25,980

573,200

447,610

13.640

222,050 1st N., N. Y.

200,000

272,000 2,509,890

260,000

1,922,880 1,125,620

11,270

183,070 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N.Y.; 1st Tr. Co.
and N.Y. State N.. Alb.

100.000

141,330 1.109.670

135,220

23,340

156,920 1st N. and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.

100.000

73,610

(Incl.
Res.)
100,000

52,500

A. C. and Tr. Off.
Jay A. Curtis.

353,610 1st N„ N. Y.; Phil. N.. Phil.

urn bus Iness.

See Adv ertimem ent in

Ch.

O. H. Rogers_____
W. F. Norton, Ch.
Harvey Weinschenk
R. W. Kirby______

<t§’27 S “Yc
“Young progres
LWe
.We will give yo
Sunrise National Bk. &Tr. Co. John W. Lacey...
$200 par 100 50-1132 d®T»t’27

$170 par 100 50-1143

425,880 7,065,500

100.000

‘treo

(Masonic Temple Bldg.)

200.000

attention.
matters
County.
Wm. Bryson, Sec.—

fE. N. ROSS- - - - - - - E. F. METCALF------ F. E. WORDEN______ H. R. SEYMOUR_ _ _ _
.. E. WORDEN
GEO. W. SCOTT.
NATIONAL BK. OF AUBURN
geo. w. scon
$125-6% 50-115 dB®T«tl817
Tr. Officer
Wm.H.Seward&Co..Bankers

150,000

attention a nd
Try us.

f"W. K. PAYNE— 6. E. SNYDER_ _ _ G. E. SNYDER ..... C. A. NEUMEISTER, Tr. Off.
rar

I Collections for Auburn and VlcI
I Seasonable rat es. Prompt Servl
..entrusted to us.
The Strongest
Cayuga County 8av. Bk.
Chas. W. Brister„ Chas. A. McCarthy
4H%
50-119
®»§’05
C. F. Baldwin
Morris Plan Co.__________ §'30

par 100

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) In back of this
volume. For Interest Kates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

701,720

604,230

Wbt Cfjflse Jlattonal iianfe

146,250 Chase N. and Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.

99.730 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st Tr. &
Dep., Syracuse.

OF THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
1 1
t° each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
11UO Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
•Mem.A.B.A. »New §8tate tPrir.
JMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
President.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®S*T.$LastSale%Div
Somerset National Bank
John O’Malley-----$200-14% par 100 50-912 d®t’12
rH. T. BOOTH______
) E. R. TOMLINSON.
“Batavia.._17.375
)
Ch. of Bd.
B Genesee M7
(-Genesee C
12% par 100 50-308 dB®»t§’76
First National Bank—dT«t’W E. A. Washburn-..
1350-20% par 100 50-307
Genesee Trust Co.dB®T*tr29 H. H. Buchholtz...
1180-12% ♦ 50-306
“Bath________4015 BATH RATIONAL BARI
Stenben P10
$300-10% por 100
dB®T»i'12
50-922
FARMERS & MECH.TR, CO W. R. Campbell...
$200-0% par 100 50-488 T»ir8( H. J. Wynkoop.Cft.

Tows amd oouhtt.
“County Seats.
In No. 2 P. R. D.
B is Buffalo Br.
Barker_______ 410
B Niagara K6

BANK OF BATAVIA

^ ^ m

irland. Turnbull & Co
50-675
®tt’8(
Bay Shore ___ 4080
Nat'l Bank & Trust Co
Suffolk H8
% par 100 50-903 d®T“‘l]
Side Bank____ dT*t§’8l
$450-16% par 100 50-660
Bay Side Queen sF<5 (See New York Cibu, Borout
Beacon_____11,933 Fishkill National Bank
Dutchess D5
$300-10%par 100 5?M85d®T*t’6l
Matteswan National Bank
$155-0% par 100 50-374 d®T»t’9!
Matteawan Savings Bank
4M%
50-373
®§’71

resources.
Liabilities.
Leftii
Boada MlBCBLSurplus Dupoe- Othbb
P4JU-OT
Ass’t Cashier.
and
and
Cashier.
Viox-PRZsiDurr.
and
Liabili­
rrs
Capital Pbopitb
Diawnti SMttritiM LAXBOTJ8
ties
$
283,980
$
74,730 $ 22,490
$
64,210
R. A. Smith______ J. L. Dickinson ... A. Carlyle Smith.. S 25,000 S 72,810 $ 250,880
2,741,980
2,363,600
172,890
59,450
5,328,750
150,000 281.990
A. J. McWAIN............ G. W. WYNH................ F. H. NEAVERTH—W. S. MILLER

C. B. LORD...............
W. 6. PHELPS, Ch.

FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
$350-10%
par 100

10-100 dBQ

$110-5%
50-1086
B. H. Nelson & Son___
(Binghamton banks continued on next page)


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86,790

913,810

85,110

70,000 1,427,520 1,053,810

51,900

339,930 Chase N. and Bk. of America N. A„ N. Y.;
Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.
316,420 Chase N., N. Y.; M & T Tr„ Buffalo;
Cent. Tr. Co.. Rochester.
632,480 N. City and Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

154,470

187,770 2,479,930

203,450 1,655,800

100,000

204,250 2,791,460

H. J. Wynkoop___ H. 8. Holoemb, Tr. DerwardR.Lee.See.
T. E. Sliney. A. Sec.
F. R. Webster,
F. R. Webster
Tr. Off. W. J. Smith, A. Tr.

150,000

142,090 2,587,630

200

100,000

146,980 1,729,180

80,270

615,430 1,020,100

535,420 1,931,670 Chase N.. N. Y.; N. Y. State N., Alb.; Phil.
Bonds,
N.. Phil.
Secur. &
Cash.
Irr. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Am. Secur. & Tr. Co.,
Wash., D. O.
175,370 245,520 Chase N.. N. Y.

L. K. Redington — F. B. Welcher____
D. N. Fields

100,000

318,320 1,852,740

47,300

969,150 1,026,360

138,960

T. H. DeLaire.. — J. W. Mara_______

150,000

175,510 1,995,570

25,000

824,320 1,218,270

R. C. Turnbull — E M

W A Hitlu

ho/ Queens)

d®T»t'5

2,060,690 1,116,580

300,440 3,049,090

100,000

ango Valley Savings Bis . R. Z. Spaulding----C. C. Klee
50-99
®»t|'9 5
F. J. Baumann___
♦CITIZENS TRUST CO. „
W.
C.
King.
Ch.
50-6% par 10050-105 d®T»tS’l
(Formerly Citizens Bank)
♦CITY NATIONAL BANK
W.H. Morse______ G. H. Hale_______
5(f-88

31,690 Chase N.. N. Y.; M & T Tr.. Buffalo.
541,730 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co..

100,000

O. S. Brewster.— J. C. Cochrane.—

lli «f • OCC1C J % a / • — W. G. Phelps, Jr.,
Sec,
F. D. Russell, Tr.. J.D. Booth, Sec....
W. E. Kent, Jr„
A.2V. and A.Tr.Off
G. H. Hale----------- C. R. Dtvis---------R. D. Dewey,
S. W. Morse.
A Tr. Off

A. J. PARSONS -.. 1. M. 6AFFREY— j. B. BRUNNER, JR.
J-.i. CURRAN
J.A.RUMSEY,

Tr. Off

373,420 4,640,410

1,286,760
Bds. and

435,770

71,290

100,490 Chase N., N.Y.; Matteawan N. and Fishkill
N., Beacon.

26,020 2,531,960 1,291,800
( Incl. Bds
& Mtges. )
187,990 434,180
18,290

340,220

165,070 Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Far. & Mnfrs. N.,
Poughkeepsie; Fishkill N., Beacon.

29,640

86,910

159,540

18,000

26,680

241,580

575,310

85,650

106,130 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

31,960

659,690

470,950

65,420

28,470

102,890

487,620

12,840

221,800 Bk. of America N. A. aud Irv. Tr. Co.,
N. Y.
127,230 Chase N.,N. Y.; Market St. N., Phil.

403,090

119,280

738,260

351,730

17,320

54,010 Chase N.. N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo;
Union N.. Pitt.
22,410 Mnfrs. N., Troy.

10 013 910 5,012,400
( Incl Bds,
& Mtges. )
3,231,890 1,120,450

295,190

12,220

41,170

355,390 1,746,230

710,360

835,380 9,114,310

65,440 5,586,680 3,270,900

600,000

737,100 11568920

156,780 6.558,140 3,831,000

15,460

201,230 Chase N.. N. Y.

166,390

200,000

02,000

229.550 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N.. Alb.

721,260

164,740 2,207,950

S

73,940

183,880 Chase N., N. Y.; Market St. N.,Phtl.; Bk.
Of Manhattan Tr. Co.. Jamaica.

248,250 1,151,810

250,000

F. S. SlAPLtlOR

Unequaled faolllttos for making collections. Prompt
attention to all Banking matter a entree ted to ua.
J. B. Delaran. Sec J. C. O’Byrno, Tr..
F. G. Belisls, ~V.~P Harry Rubin
. (Closed)

412,840

101 ooo

72,620 1,719,820
200,000
R. S. Tompfehaa----- F. W. Heaney.
E. F. Howe _____ G, M. Callahan___
E. F. Howe. A. Tr. Off.
V. P, and Tr, Off.
213,150 1,668,940
F. L. Callahan, Tr. W. K. Palmer. See.
( Gty.Fd.)
H. D. Jackson
709,380 3,593,620
Ferd. Loughrau__ 11 • l\i 1U 111 | JK.1L15__ _ B. L. Smith, Tr— Chester H. Bond.
Mechanics Savings Bank
Sec.
S. 8. Adams, A. Tr.
4H%
50-486 d®»t§’6i
Walter Russell
53,570 609,360
40.000
Belfast ______ _ 947
B. O. Braudes____
of Belfast____ d®«’S; W. B. Manley------ P. B. Loftls
P. B. Loftis, Ch.
B Allegany P7
$230-10% par 100
50-631
25,000 209,350
25.000
R,
O.
Bowden
.
First National Bank__ ®t'0!
$150-6% par 100 50-632
50,000 831,990
100,000
Bellerose____ 1202 First National Bank .d®»t’2! R. E. Smith______
C. H. Wheelock — R. L. Zeiser............
E. W. Mann, Ch.
(Br. of Jamaica) $165 par 100 50-1152
E. C. Ruwe
Nassau 17
57,830 1,278,070
50,000
Bell more_____ 640 FIRST RATIONAL BANK
G. B. Reddall — W. L. Whitman....
Nassau 17
H. J. Schuler
8% par 100 50-982 d®«t’l
36.990 640,120
25,000
Bellport______ 633 Bellport National Bank
L. B. Raymond ___
W. B. Macintosh— C. W. Ruland
Suffolk H9
Herbert E. Greene
7o par 100 50-1074 dB®t’2
114,610
411,770
50.000
“Belmont____ 1085
Bank of Belmont •tf'S ! Elmore A. Willets. Wm.H.MacKeuzie H. R. Sortore------- O. F. Keenan, Jr. B Allegany Q8
♦ 50-661
906,960
131,590
50,000
. _
Berlin
____ 1620
sic Valley Bank ®»tl'l W. C. Feathers.— A. C. Max on______ F. B. Wells
K. M. Gardner
Rensselaer N25 10%
50-663
13
967 750
1,775,520
“Binghamton
C. W. Genset.......... G. M. Harris______ A. C. Deyo, Tr----Binghamton Savings Bank
E. W. Stone. A. Tr.
J. H. Nelson
Broome Q16 76,662
7
60-101

$600-20%
par 100

$

J. 8. Nugent,
A.C.& Tr. Off.
J.
H. Kane. A. Sec.
E. A. Friedley------ H. T. Perflold, Sec.
F.j.perfleld, A.Sec.
D. B. Bryan______ A. J. Hamilton....
John Stenson.A, C. G. T. Hopkins

W. H. Robbins ___ G. 8. King-

4%

Principal Correspondents.
Cash k ExCHAH«88,DtfS
from Baiter

H.l. TELFAIR

ounty’s Lar gest Bank.
Chas. B. Pixley.— George W. Peck.

, tl

J.J. Gibson

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, ete., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

13,350

85,710 Chase N., N. Y.; M & T Tr.. Buffalo.
27,540 Chase N.. N. Y.

421,770 Bk. of America N. A., Chem. Bk. &Tr. Co.,
andGty.Tr.Oo.,N.Y.;CityN.,Binghamton.

332,460 Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N.,
Binghamton.
175,300 N. City and Bk. of America N. A., N. Y.:
1st Tr. Co., Alb.; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syra­
cuse.
354,240 1,003,300 Bkrs. Tr. Co. and Bk. of Manhattan Tr.
Co., N. Y.

329,030

346,180

63,080 2,610,570 Irving Tr. Co., Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr.
Co., and Chase N.. N. Y.; Corn Ex. N.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Phil.

1 107

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to eacb bank 111 U. 8. exclusively by The Band-McNally Bankers'
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County
^County Seats.
In No. 2 F. R. D.
1 is Buffalo Br.
‘Binghamton
76,662
(Continued)

•Mem.A.B.A. "New §SUte tPrir
{Mem. State B. Ass’n. [E«tab
♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bont
d-SafeDep.®Sar.JLastSale%Div

PEOPLES
TRUST
COMPANY
!»%♦

President.

Vice-President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued
CASHIER.

ASS'T CASHIER.

Liabilities.
Resources.
Leui
Honda
Paid-up Surplus Defos- Othir
Miscbl- Cash A ExL
iabili
­
Capital Profits
ITS
Diaoounti SMuritict lanhoub raOM Banks
ties

Principal Correspondents.

T. A. WILSON---------- J. C. CLARK---------- M.H. GEORGIA, rr._ F. E. PAGE,
Sec. and Tr. Off.
ALONZO ROBERSON* T. J. KEENAN
G. K. ATWATER.
Ch. of BA H. L. UNDERHILL
A.Tr, E. E. HARDY, A. Sec.
C. T. CONKLIN, Aud. C.W. FOSTER A .Sec.
C. F. HEMENWAY,
West Side Branch F. R. SCHUMACHER, Manager
A.Tr. Off.
$
1 500,000 $ 763,840 9,312,350

ACCOUNTS

$
$
$
178,600 5,404,100 3,318,580

Collections and Banking Matters for

50HI03 dB®T*t§’09

$
$
691,830 1,340,340 Marine Midland Trust Co., New York.
New York Trust Co., New York.
National City Bank, New York.
Philadelphia National Bank, Phila­
delphia.
Marine Trust Co., Buffalo.

Prompt Attention.
State Bank of Binghamton__ (Closed December 15 1930)
Binghamton Ctearing House.
W. H. Morse, Mgr
(indicated by a *)
..
Members Princip al Stock Exchang es----- _
(Security Mutual Life Bldg.)
«
J. H. Brooks & Co...................t (Investment Securit ies) ...............
_ (1st N. Bk. Bldg.)
"
LEE> HIGGINSON & 00____ C. COUGHLIN, Repres entalive, New York Office __ .. .
^uUo 1 GOPlSis liuSl ±51(1^,)
■lasdell______2015 Bank of Bland ell-.dB®»i*'20 J. F. Jewart______ J. J. Corcoran_____ P. C. Kiefer _____
8 Erie N5
*125-8% par 100 ♦ 50-1018
BOss.
,.440 Bliss National Bank_.d®«tT5 q. f. Metcalf
L_ F. ITttlny
C. M. McGnrren...
B Wyoming 06 *125-6% par 100 50-664
Bolivar______ 1725 First National Bank_d®«'28 G. H. Stohr.............. John H. Reynolds. F. E, Case________
Bt Allegany R7
par 100
50-1154
Ira O. Dillie
8taie Bank of Bolivard*tl’82 W. J. Hogan............ J. C. Bradley_____ Frank Dougherty..
50-665
A. P. Root
Bolton Landing Bolton National Bank
Bert W. Lamb____ Walter O. Rehm... Harry W. Liddle..
Warren J23 1370 1125 par 125 50-1137 dB®«t’27
Boonvlile____2090 First National Bank.d®«t’66 T. G. Best_______ C. T. Kingsbury... O. N.Jenks..............
Oneida J17
$200 par 100 50-574
J. M. Hobart
— - .
"
National Exchange Bk.
J. H. Hayes —
G. S. Traffarn____
*280-10% par 100
Brasher Falls..620 BRASHER FALLS NAT’L BK. M. H. Ross______ B. G. Lantry_____ J. B. McNulty........
St. Lawrence C19 10%
50-971
d®»JT7
Brewster........ 1664 First National Bank ....•t’74 H. H. Wells............ •T. TV Msari
B. D. Stannard.__
^Putnam E6 ^
50-596
Patoam County Sav. Bank
A. F. Lobdell________ A. P. Budd.................... G. H. Reynolds.
5H-M5
®»H71
David P. Vail
See. and Tr,
Brldgehampton
Suffolk G12 1395
Broadalbln ...1341
Fulton L22
Brook port__ 3511
B Monroe L8

Brldgehampton Nat. Bank
165-8% par 25 50-660 d®T»t’10
Broadalbln Bank.. d®«ti'l#
[300-8% par 100 50-1001
First National Bank.d®*t’64
1330-10% par 100 50-496
“ -“
State Bank of Ogmmerce
4%
50-497
•tS,09
Broetou---------------1301 Bank of Brocton ....dB®§’31
B Chautauqua P2 oar 100
50-667
’Formerly State Bk. of Brocton
BronxvHle_____6387 BR0NXVILLE TRUST CO.
Westchester G 6 tsoa-12% 50-1091 d®T«+§’24
oar 100
“ ------------- “
GRAMATAN NATIONAL BARK
& TRUST CO.-—dB®T*t'06
1150 par 20
50-668
a Brooklyn
(See New York City, Boroug
Kings C20
Brooklyn Manor See New York City, Borough
Queens D4
Brush ton
470 first National Bank ..®«t’10
Franklin C20
217.50-10% 50-671

ESTABLISHED

1877

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

James J. Mulane,
Mgr.

Lee, Higginson & Co., Bos., N. Y., & Chi.
F. O. Kuehnel____

t n «««

60,000

470,000

25,000

699,260

16,160

150,000 1,550,000

50,000

16,200

417,890

35,000

75,000

85.940 1,824,430

75,260

D. K. Merrill........

____

100,000

A. G. Strang,
A. Sec. and A. Tr.

_____

E. C. Crippen________

35,680

18,610

33,880 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; M & T

229,000

242,000

28,000

34,000 Irv. Tr.Co., N. Y.

20,880

585,200

163,370
300,000

257,570

182,610

12,340
34,100

213,490 Chase N., N. Y.

866,450

64,030

165,000

413,950

44,950

132,250 Chase N., N. Y.; Market 8t. N., Plhll.

574,650

174,320

63,120 1,406,650

224,800

73,050

999,620

65,760

600,580

80,000

26,520

431,820
3,198,590

gan, A. Sec,
200,000

271,640 3,765,840

Chase N.. N.Y.; N. Y. State N., Alb.; 1st
Bk. & Tr. Co., Utica,
base N.. N. Y.; Syracuse Tr., Syracuse;
Watertown N.. Watertown,
gdensburg Tr. Co., Ogdensburg.

454,770

40,000

26,060 1,672,210

59,910 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

482,310

100,000

100,000

19,000

763,640

49,780
55,120

106,700 1,780,260

86,000 Chase N., N. Y.
275,000 Chase N., N. Y.; Liberty, Buffalo.

918,800

446,280

75,000

Tr. Co., Buffalo.

43,130

2,194,040
(Bds.and
Mtges.)
34,020
615,540

25,000

Jackson Chambers Leonard Kebler__ Geo. J. Schelz. Jr. E. M. Mortlock,
S. H.Halstead, A.C.
A.C. & Tr. Off.

12,200

893,190

87,760 1,250,670
396,620 2,892,900

271,320

1,200,000

45,890
25,000

D. E. Stannard

F. W. Crandall_____ C. W. Edmunds.... H. R. Sullivan________
G. E. Morse, Ch.
R. G. Wills,
Sec. and Tr.

11,670

40,040
L. B. Dunn______
P. H. Dougherty

E. J. Hildreth______ Eugene Sayre________ Merton Tyndall... Carroll F. Rogers..

3. S.Andrews, Jr.

80,000

D. A. Brown_____

Henry C. Finch... J. M. Paris____________ A. W. Hapeman... G. J. Hapeman
Cecil C. Finch
Thos. O. Gordon... M. L. Cleveland_____ R. C. Shull.......................
Dean G. Crippen.. Perry C. Shafer_____

J. S. Bache & Co., New York.
(Branch of Scran ton, Pa.)

55,970

23,600

331,100

82,940

64,980 2,305,470 1,174,990
191,520 2,977,720

k. of N. Y. & Tr. Co. and Irv. Tr. Oo>,
N._ Y.

37,370 Ity. Tr. Co.. N.Y.; Fulton Co. N„ Gloveraville.
Ihase N.. N. Y.
98,010

3,500

152,250

176,420 Guaranty Tr. Co., N.Y.: M & T Tr„ Buffalo.
72,810

78,480

817,280

260,130

218,540

17,080

arine Tr. Co., Buffalo; N. Bk. of Fredonia,
Fredonia.

233,520 Gty. Tr. Co. and Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.
373,510 Chase N.. N. Y.

i of Brooklyn)
of Queens)
Irving Peck______

•; rv ...
A. C. Barnhart ___ E. V. Gillespie____

25,000

.

>V

_

543,100

103,080
Bos.

QEfte Cftage jgattonal Pank

OF

THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

BUFFALO—Reserve City

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given

(Erie County, N 4) County Seat. Pop. 573.076

(Branch of Federal Reserve Bank, District No. X)
Liabilities.

•Mem. A.B. A. wNew §State fPriv.
JMem. State B. Ais’n. [Estab.
♦Ped. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
d-8afeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

President.

Adam, Meldrum & Anderson R. B. Adam..
State Bk-.10-59____®«t§’06
8% par 100 (400 Main)
+ American Savings Bank

10-57
©«IS’07
(15 Genesee)

Vice-President.

CASHIER.

Ass’t Cashier.

Other
Total
Paid-up Surplus
Liabili­
AND
Capital Profits Deposits
ties

W. D. Smith______ E. A. Rick_______ H. L. Kirchgessner $

175,000 S

J. M. Satterfield... Bert L. Jones_____
CharlesW.Toynbee

+ Buffalo Savings Bank.®»5’46 E.C. Townsend...

10-51
(Main and Genesee)

S. P. White
(Liquidating its affa irs through Marine

F.‘ J. Miller, Tr.... Geo. D. Sears, Sec.
0.3. Rodenbach, A. Sec.
A. D. Wander.
A. Tr.

Loans
AND

Discounts

126,770 $ 2,868,400 1

55,000 S

514,730

14,060

8,593,070

9,839,600 77,743,300

Resources.
MbcilCash k IxBONDS
LANIOUB CHAMQM'DtJH
AND
Sbcubxtibb Rmbouhcm from Baku

305,200 $ 2,693,140 S

55,110 S

4,492,460 3,241,200
(Bds. and Mtges.)

603,450

40,000 50,379,580 28.305,540
(.Bds. and Mtges.)

1,886.560

1,603,400

111,730

Buffalo Clearing House Assn. Members shown by*
Affiliated Banks by +

Principal

correspondents.

171,700 Chase N., N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo.

784.750 Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

7,051,210 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

Trust Co.)

East Side National Bank
V. B. Wylegala ___
$30-6% par 25 10-77
d®Tt’28 John G. Sattler, Ch. A. T. Danahy
(904 Broadway)

W. J. Miller_______

300.000

126,540

+ Erie County Savings Bank R. S. Donaldson___ G. R. Howard.......... R. D. Young.
12,817,900 79,712,000
E. A. Smith.
10-53
®«t8’54
t%
Sec. and Tr. A. Sec. and A. Tr. H. W. W heeler, A Sec, and A. Tr., J.
Dean R. Nott
(16 Niagara St.)
♦Federal Reserve Bank of New (Buffalo branch of Federal Keeerte Ba nk of New York City, N. T.)
York Dist. 2...10-26________ •

(For com plete info rmation

1,254,310

316,290

2.984,110

757,500 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Lib. Bk. of Buff., Buff.
Can. Bk. of Com., Toronto.

26,680 76,967,950 2,154,930 13,380,330 Irv. Tr. Co.. N.Y.
W.Fryer , 4. Sec. a nd A. Tr.

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*

Genesee National Bank__________ (Merged September 30, 1930 with Comm ercial Trust Co., wh ich company is now being liqu idated)

OLIVER CABANA, JR., ROBERT W. H.

LIBERTY
BANK

Assl. Vice-Pres's

haK ifps

KLEINDINST, Pres. BERNARD lfL0EPFER S-MVE McCLELLAN
Honorary
Vice-Presidents

JACOB G. LANG
HENRY C. ZELLER

OF BUFFALO
$121.50-5%+extra ♦ HdB®T*t§’82
par 25
10-12
Main Office
Liberty Bank Building
Main, Court and Pearl Sts.

5,500.000 11,270,290 83,620,250

785,790 57,577,040 27,277,070

7,013,710

1C0PSEY.JR.
f ERNSBERGER

9,326,500 Chase National Bank_______________ New York
First National Bank....................
Chicago
Market Street National Bank_____ Philadelphia
National Shawmut Bank.................
Boston

DIRECTORS

H0»»,se.K0,t"0SS
LEON G. RUTHLSTEIN
- uw,,^, ‘
CARL A
HOWARD S1ILLIVAN
Cashier
WWESTHAUSSER
THEOBALD ALBERT J. WINKLER
Auditor
RFRTH LwSlTF0BALD
Trust Officers
WILLIAM P. EYRING
WILLIAM C.UHRHAN Asst. Trust Officers
ROBERT L. WELLS FRANK A. ELLIOTT HERBERT RR. VANDERBILT

‘Serving one out of every four Buffalonians”

August Baetzhold
Alfred A. Berrlck
William G. Bishop
Oliver Cabana, Jr.
B. W. H. Campbell
Samuel J. Dark
Charles G. Duffy
Ernest Feyler
Louis A. Fischer
Isaac S. Given

Horace L. Mann
Herman J. Manzel
Edward J. Meyer
Edwin Lang Miller
Lars S. Potter
Edwin R. Smith
John C. Trefts
Orson E. Teager
Henry C. Zeller

Twenty-one
Conveniently and
Strategically Located
Branches
in Buffalo

COMPLETE BANKING, TRUST AND INVESTMENT SERVICE.
TOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED.
200,000

Lincoln National Bank...®t’28 F. L. Schlager------ Q. J. Deck............... |H. H. F. Klaiber.
R. A. Stransky
10-78
a. L. SchuDP, Ch.
(706 Broadway)
Michael A. Lunghino________ (Merged with Comm ercial Trust Co,, Se\ptember 30, 1930)

Thomas H. Hanrahan
Ales G. Hoefler
Russell J. H. Hutton
Joseph Kam
George G. Klelndlnst
Jacob Gerhard Lang
William Lansill
J. Willard Lansing
Stanislaus Llpowlcz
Clarence H. Llttell

64.620

1,605,530

258,790

648,230

1,163,370

67,750

249,590 Chase N., N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co.. Buffalo.

$30 par 50

‘HI & T TRUST
COMPANY
10-4 ♦ (284 Main) HdB®T*t§’56
30% par 10

E. J. KRAUSS, Tr. J. N. GARVER. Jr..
L. G. HARRIMAN-Mgr..Bus.Ext. Dept.
'A HD.......... A.6.B.I
HOWARD BISSELL.
Ch. HQMAS CANTWELL S. G. EASTERBROOK? R. S. GRAH
6.000.000 17,439,610 121201960 17,996,650 77,807,120 43,611,500
Tr.
Off.
H. ....... .
. E. CHAMBERS
P.E. WURST. Tr
Exec. V.
N. H. DROSENDAHL.
De»L
Tr. Off. J. M. COTTER.
nger
J. LEO SEITZ, Mgr.
Mgr. For. Dept
(19 Branches)
SEND US YOUR BUFFALO
Safe
Depl
VauUs GEO. 0. THOMSON,
E. W. MILLER

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C. M. RAMSOaL

F. C. TRUBEE, JR.

Mgr. Branches

20,020,820 21,198,780 Bkrs. Tr. Co. and 1st N., N. Y.; 1st N., Chi.;
Barclays Bk., Ltd., London.

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i?. ea<? bank *2 u- S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

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tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®SaT.$LastSale%Div.

List

of

GEORGE F. RANO

Transit No. 10-2

(237 Main Street)
Member
Marine Midland
Group of Banks.

_____ (Branch of Federal Reserve Bank, District No. 2)
Liabilities.

Officers

Paid-up Surplus
Total
AND
Capital Profits
Deposits

EDWARD H. LETCHWORTH

President

MARINE
TRUST
COMPANY
OF
BUFFALO

BUFFALO—Reserve City—Continued

S

MEMBERS
Federal Reserve System
American Bankers Assn.
New York State Bankers
Assn.
Investment Bankers Assn.

CHARLES H. DIEFENDORF.

Exec, Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres,
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres,
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres,
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres.

GEORGE F. RATES - - GEORGE E. BECKER
PERCY W. DARBY ALVA L. DUTTON JOSEPH G. FISCHER
RUDOLPH B. FLERSHEM
F. L. H. HOLZER •
WALTER H. JOHNSON, JR. THOMAS KEATOR SEYMOUR H. KNOX
WALTER W.
SCHNECKENBURGER
WILLIAM A. STRONG
WILLIAM B. DERRICK, Asst.
F. WARREN MUNDIE - Asst.
HENRY F. WIRTH - Asst.
HENRY J. BEITZ - - -

Resources.
Mncit
Bonds

k

Cash
Exand
LANIOUS
changbs,Duk
Discounts Sbcuritiks Rbsoubces from Banks

and

$
$
t
s
144 194 210 68,510.450 28,350.620 32,431.710

Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres,
Vice-Pres.
Secretary

EUGENE L. REED - - - Treasurer
MERRILL J. CAMPBELL • Asst, Sec’y
VINCENT E. DOYLE - • Asst, Sec’y
GEORGE W. EDMUNDS - - Asst. Sec’y
GEORGE B. HARTLEY - - Asst, Sec’y
FRANK S. HERSHEY. - - Asst, Sec’y
RANDOLPH L. HOLSER - Asst. Sec’y
GEORGE J. LEISER • - Asst. Sec’y
CHARLES E. RHODES, JR. - Asst. Sec’y
CLIFFORD L. STRANG • - Asst, Sec’y
EDWIN J. VOLTZ - - - Asst. Sec’y
AUGUST J. DUERR - - Asst. Treas,
ALBERT T. HARDICK - Asst. Treas.
ARTHUR M. R. HUGHES - Asst. Treas.
HAROLD W. PUTNAM - - Asst. Treas.
A. CURTIS SCHLEGEL - Asst. Treas.
AUGUST G. HASELBAUER - • Auditor
RALPH WAHLBORG • Mgr. For. Dept.

Consolidated Statement as of June 30, 1931.

TOTAL RESOURCES TOTAL DEPOSITSCAPITAL and SURPLUS
GEORGE A. BALL.

-

$273,486,996.38
221,291,373.30
20,000,000.00

DIRECTORS
GEORGE A. KELLER,

Vice-Pres., Ball Brothers Co.

FRANK L. BAPST,
Capitalist.

EMANUEL BOASBERG,
Investments.

JOHN L. CLAWSON.

Chairman of the Board, Clawson &
Wilson Co.

Investments.

JOHN D. LARKIN. JR.,

Pres, and Treas., Larkin Co., Inc.

Grattan & Lattimer.

ROLAND LORO O'BRIAN.

ALBERT L. SANDERSON - Asst, Treas,

ALEX F. OSBORN,

• - Asst. Treas.

Pres., John W. Danforth Co.

DOWNTOWN OFFICES
Bank of Buffalo Branch

CHARLES 0. APPLEBY
ARTHUR J. HALL - ■
LOUIS C. OLDEN - •
THOMAS H. WORK

Asst,
Asst,
Asst,
Asst.

Treas.
Treas.
Treas,
Treas.

Mgr. Travel Dept.

- - Vice-Pres,
Asst. Vice-Pres.
• - Asst. Sec'y
- - Asst. Sec’y
- - Asst. Sec’y

WILLIAM K. LYON NELSON F. MERKLE
MAX RIEGER - A. P. C. RODENBACH
THOMAS R. WOLFE

Asst. Sec’y
Asst. Sec’y
Asst, Treas.
Asst. Treas.
Asst. Treas.

Market Branch

ALBERT G. STROMAN - - Vice-Pres. WALTER E. DUERR
E. FLOYD BRANCH - - • Manager HARRY J. EISS WALTER V. FOX - - - Asst. Treas.

Asst. Vice-Pres.
- Asst. Treas.

ELLIOTT C. McDOUGAL,

Chairman Finance Committee, Con­
tinental Baking Corp.

GEORGE MURNANE.

Partner, Lee, Higginson & Co.

O'Brian, Potter & Co., Inc.

RODERICK POTTER.

LE GRAND S. DE GRAFF,

GEORGE F. RAND.

Pres.. Davidson Ore Mining Co.

Pres., State Trust Company. North
Tonawanda, N. Y.

JOHN T. DILLON,
ALBERT RUSSEL ERSKINE.

President, Studebaker Corp.

JOSEPH P. FELL,

Director, w. A. Case & Son Mfg. Co.

MORTIMER B. FULLER,

President. International Salt Co.

Pres., The Marine Trust Company
of Buffalo.

JAMES H. RAND, JR.

SEND YOUR WESTERN

DEXTER P. RUMSEY.

NEW YORK ITEMS TO THE

Pres. Remington Rand, Inc.
Pres.. Dexter P. Rumsey & Co., Inc.

JACOB F. SCHOELLKOPF,

Chairman of the Board, Niagara
Falls Power Co.

J. F. SCHOELLKOPF. JR.,

Pres., Niagara Share Corporation
of Maryland.

BRADLEY GAYLORD,

EDWARD B. GERMAIN,

PHILIP J. WICKSER,

Pres., The Dunlap Tire & Rubber
Corp.

Broadway Branch

ANSON C. GOODYEAR.

JOHN A. STACHOWIAK - ■ Vice-Pres.

WILLIAM R. HUNTLEY

Pres.. Great Southern Lumber Co.

When you have correspondent
business in Buffalo make use
of the extensive facilities of
Buffalo's oldest and largest
bank of discount

Pres.,Ellicott Square Co. of Buffalo.

H. 0. SMITH,

Vice-Pres., Vietor, Common & Co.

BOSTON
First National Bank
National Shawmut Bank

Vice-Pres. Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn, Inc.

LOUIS R. DAVIDSON,

Pres., Struthers Wells-Titusville
Corp.

Buffalo Trust Branch

FRANK R. COLLINS JOHN C. BATES - RALPH L. CLAYSON 98% of stock owned by
Marine Midland Corporation. JOSEPH J. CORCORAN
GEORGE P. DOHERTY

N. LORING DANFORTH,

Trust Co.

General Counsel, The Marine Trust
Company of Buffalo.
Keneflck, Cooke. Mitchell, Bass &
Letch worth.

CARLTON P. COOKE.
Vice-Pres., Lake Erie Trading
JUSTUS G. HOLZMAN - Trust Officer
Corp.
HENRY H. WORK - - - Trust Officer
D. COREY.
HARRY G. HOFFMAN - Ins. Tr. Off. FREDChairman
Executive Committee,
and Trust Officer
FRANK P. CASHMORE, Inv. Trust Officer
Buffalo, Niagara & Eastern Power
JAMES T. GUNNING - - Trust Officer RUDOLPH W. GRABAU - - - A. Sec’y
Corp.
ADAM E. CORNELIUS.
BOND DEPARTMENT
FRANK G. QUINN

&

SAN FRANCISCO
American Trust Co.

Vice-President. The Marine Trust
Company of Buffalo.

EDWARD H. LETCHWORTH,

Chairman of the Board, American
Steamship Co.

CHICAGO
Continental Illinois Bank

EDWARD L. KOONS,

Keller Office Furniture Co.

GEORGE E. LATTIMER,

President and Publisher, Buffalo
Courier-Express.

NEW YORK
Marine Midland Trust Co.
Chase National Bank
Bankers Trust Co.
New York Trust Co.
National City Bank
J. P. Morgan & Co.

SEYMOUR H. KNOX,

WILLIAM J. CONNERS. JR..

Attorney-at-Law.

Buffalo Clearing House Assn. Members shown by *
Affiliated Banks by +
Principal Correspondents.

PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia National Bank
Corn Exchange National Bank & Trust Co.

MICHAEL M. COHEN.

A. CLINTON LIVINGSTON - Vice-Pres.
JAMES E. WELLS - - - Vice-Pres,
WILLIAM T. HAYNES Asst. Vice-Pres,

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Loans

HEAD OFFICE

RALPH CROY - - - - • Vice-Pres.
WILLIAM F. CHASE - - - Vice-Pres.
OLIVER A. WEPPNER - Asst. Vice-Pres.
Commercial, Savings, Trust, ARTHUR J. RAU - - Asst. Secretary
JACK BEILMAN Bond, Foreign and Safety

37 Branches in
Buffalo.

ties

10.000.000 20.698,430 221291370

General Counsel

TRUST DEPARTMENT

Established 1850

$

Other
Liabili­

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc, see Laws.

President. Foster-Milburn Co.
Chairman of the Board. Buffalo
Insurance Co.

RICHARD WILHELM,

Pres.. Eastern Tanners Glue Co.

JOHN P. WILLIAMS,
Vice-President, Ontario Biscuit Co.

MARINE
TRUST COMPANY
OF
BUFFALO

•Mem. A.B. A. nNew §State tPrir.
}Mem. State B. Ass’n.

[Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Vice-President.

President.

Ass’T Cashier.

CASHIER.

Paid-up
Capital

Buffalo Clearing House Assn. Members shown by *
1
Resources.
Liabilities.
Affiliated Banks by +
Mibcbi.Cash k ExBonds
Other
Loans
Surplus
total
LANKOUB
OHAHan,Dui
AND
AND
AND
Principal correspondents.
Deposits Liabili­ Discounts SUCUBITIIIP Rbsourcws non Banks
ties
Profits

Fred J. Siegel. Tr John M. La Porte. $
Morris Plan Co_________ ®»’16 W. H. Johnson, Jr. Victor Holden,
Sec.
Exec. Ralph W.Stoddard,
6% par 100 10-74
A. Tr. G. A. Creenan,
Geo. Schutz
(525 Washington)
A,
Sec.
Norman S. Nyce,

300.000 $

184,080 S 1,448,590 $ 1,024,640 $ 2,290,330 $
( Inv. Cert. )

Carl W. Wenger... M. H. Whitmer___ A. F. Cashmore —
Niagara National Bank __d»t’30 C. I. Martina.
August Lascola
Carmelo Gugino,
121 par IS
10-79
Ch,
(Niagara and Hudson)

300.000

231,430

A. V. P.

Ortolani Brothers_____________ (Liquidating.
A. Pepe & Sons___________

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

BUFFALO—Reserve City—Continued

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
1 i in to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-MeNally Bankers’
illu Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

827,380

331,610

106,890

306,000 S

161,990 $

155,220 Marine Midland Tr. Co., N.Y.; Lib.. Buff.; Corn Ex.
N., Phila.

76,300

902,550

198,980 Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

*L‘

Effe dive September 30. 1930. Assets and li abilities sold to Com mercial T rust Co., which is n ow being l iquidated)

(Absorbed by M & T Trust Co. Decerhb er 30. 1930)

gVisj

vr

Victor B. Szczukowski, Banker _ (In liquidation)
+Western Barings Bank.*ti’51 Chas. Diebold, Jr.. H. E. Boiler______ 7. W. H. Becker,
E. A. Eisele

10-52
(Main and Court)

2,540,930 21,229,160

26,040

13.654.320

6.937.560

2,896,560 1st N., N. Y.

307,690

bo* pm-

Buffalo Clearing House--------- G. F. Rand_______ G.G. Kleindinst__ L. G. Harriman,

(Members truncated by a*

F. 0. S»rleknan.

Sec. and Tr A. See. and A. Tr
E. W. Miller, Sec...
Tr, E. R. Hodge, Mgr.

Affiliated Banks by + )

Buffalo—Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.
•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
TfMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Year
EstAblished

A. C.ALLYN& COMPANY,
INC.1
(Liberty Bank Bldg.)

J. S. BACHE & CO_ _ _ _ _

(Statler Hotel)

Baker, Putnam & Co.. Inc.

C. H. DARBY Representative_____

Other Offices
Correspondents, and
Bank Depositories
Other Offices: Chicago. New York.
Boston, Philadelphia. Milwaukee.
Minneapolis, Detroit, St. Louis, Den­
ver, Omaha and San Francisco.

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
tMem. State Bks, Assn.
liMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.

Year
Established

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices
Correspondents, and
Bank Depositories

Partners:

GLENNY,
E. HOWARD H. ROTH
GLEMHY, MOLL ft DOOLITTLE —tT2l (W. HARRY
Special Partner ROY W. DOOLITTLE
[ FRANK R. MOLL

(1415-1424 Lib. Bk. Bldg.)

Pask & Walbridge and M. J. Meehan
& Co.. N. Y. C.

1 INVESTMENT SECURITIES
(

WALTER BEEKER, Mgr............................... .............. jJ. S. Bache & Co.. New York.

GUARANTY COMPANY OF NEW ^
(201 Eliicott Square Bldg.)

(Investment Securities) ___

Guaranty Co. of N. Y., N. Y.

Manley W. Crosby, Mgr.

(. Members Principal Stock Exchanges
.1900 (11 Niagara St.)______ ____________ __________ Spencer Trask & Co. and Edward B.
Smith & Co., N. Y.

BANKERS CO. OF N. Y____________ 1 H. H. MORRIS, Jr.,

Representative.............................Bankers Trust Co.. N. Y.

HALSEY, STUART ft C0.v

-T01

(Iucorporated)
(424 Main St.)

L. S. Sproul, Resident Manager.
Telephone; Washington 5602

Halsey, Stuart & Co., Chi.. N. Y.,
Phil., Bos., St. L.. Det., Mil., Pitt..
Minpls. and Clev.

(900 Mfrs. & Traders Bldg.)

A. L. CHAMBERS & GO., INC.1
(1517 Liberty Bank Bldg.)

_^New>Yorl^Cit^Offlce;n43J(xDhant£iPlace^|i_

CLEVERSLEY
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Members Investment Bankers Association.
Affiliated with Utility Bond & Share Co., Chicago.
Private wire to Hailgarten & Co., New York City.

GORDON B. CLEVERSLEY GEORGE C. ROUNDS
Member Buffalo Stock Exchange
New York Curb Exchange (Associate)

Hayes & Collins---------------------------- Y24 (1220 Genesee Bldg.).

HEMPHILL, NOYES & CO.
(1221 Liberty Bank Bldg.)

INVESTMENT SECURITIES

Br. of N. Y. Private wire connection
(Members New York Stock Exchange
J Underwriters
and Distributors of with main office, branches and cor­
respondents in 48 cities.
L Investment Securities.

tt’15

LEACH, A. B. ft CO. INC- - - - - - - - - - - - 1
(918 Eliicott Square)

Lehman Bros., N. Y.

G. B. Ulvild, Representative

(Investment Securities)

A. B. Leach & Co., Inc., N. Y„ Chi.
and Principal Cities.

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Buffalo

Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.

HMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
Year
•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Estab
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
lished
dbMem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

THE NATIONAL CITY COMPANY—16 Investment Securities_________
CEllicott Square Bldg.)

Other Offices.
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories

N. City Go., N. Y. and correspondent
offices.

TMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
Year
•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
EstabJMem. State Bks. Assn.
lished
d=Mem. Local Stock Exchange

SUTRO BROS. & CO.............
(3 So. Division St.)

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Members of Principal Stock Exchanges... Branch of (See) New York.

Sidney S. Walcott & Co............... ±1 ’28 (488 Ellicott Square)

O’BRIAN, POTTER & CO., INC___*T14 INVESTMENT SECURITIES

E. A. PIERCE & CO_ _ _ _ _ _
(Ellicott Sq. Bldg.)
(293 Main St.)

M. J. KEEFE, Manager.

Home Office, 40 Wall St., New York.

WALLACE AND TROST

Stocks, Bonds, Cotton, Grain,
In Leading Markets.

(1703 Liberty Bank Building)
Member Buffalo Stock Exchange
New York Curb Exchange (Associate)

INVESTMENT SECURITIES — ONLY STRICTLY
TRADING HOUSE SPECIALIZING IN WESTERN
NEW YORK SECURITIES
Direct wire to our New York Office, 111 Bread way.

Founded 1865

SCHOELLKOPF,
HUTTON & POMEROY
INC.
(70 Niagara St.)
INVESTMENT SECURITIES

M. B. SHEPARB CO......................

(446-450 Ellicott Square Bldg.)

ESTABLISHED

1877

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R. J. H. MUTTON.

Kidder, Peabody & Co., Jackson Bros.
Bolsel & Co., N. Y.

Goodbody & Co., 115 Broadway.

(17 Count St.)

Other Offices.
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories

C.

BRANCH OFFICES
V. Pres, and Treas. New York City, Rochester,
Niagara
Falls, N. Y.
G. TERRY, Sec.

V. Pres.

Specializing in Western New York Securities

A. J. WRIGHT & GO.
(Erie Go. Bk. Bldg.)

A. J. WRIGHT
A. B. WRIGHT
J. F. ROOTS, JR.
A. M. WOOD
G. M. WYCKOFF
R. W. VRADENBURG, Resident Partner
Stocks » Bonds
Commodities
Local and Western New York
Securities
Canadian Mining Stocks

Bonds, Bank and Insurance Stocks .

Marine Tr. Co. and M & T Tr. Co.
Buffalo.

Wiree to oil principal markets

Cftage Rational JSanfe

BRANCH OFFICES
Syracuse, Rochester, Auburn, Niagara Falls, N. Y„
Bradford, Pa., Toronto, Ont.
MEMBERS
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE.
NEW YORK COFFEE & SUGAR EXCHANGE.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE.
NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE (Associate).
RUBBER EXCHANGE OF NEW YORK.
NEW YORK COCOA EXCHANGE., INC.
BUFFALO STOCK EXCHANGE.
NATIONAL RAW SILK EXCHANGE, INC.
NATIONAL METAL EXCHANGE, INC.
NEW YORK HIDE EXCHANGE, INC.

OF

THE

CITY

OF NEW

YORK

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Cairo________ 575
Greene P2S

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OFed. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
1-SafeDep.®Sav.?LastSale%Div.

PRESIDENT.

CASHIER.

Vice President.

ASS’T CASHIER.

first National Bankd®»t*24 [. T. Tolley______
H0 par 100 50-1102

Caledonia.__ 1487 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
3. R. Armstrong — F. J. O'Brien_____ Oeo. T. Ball--------- A. M. McPherson..
1 Livingston M8 1250-6%
50-598 ®d«tl»00 W. V. Hamilton,
S. M. Day
par

CalUcoon_____ 800 Callicoon National Bank
0. A. Thorwelie__ Chas. P. Kautz .— W. Ti
U50-8%
50-672
d®T»t’09
Sullivan Cl
Jdt 100
Cambridge... 1762 Cambridge Valley Nat. Bank M. M. Parrish. .. A. B. McNlsh
S. E. Weller.
Washington M25 1150-16%
50-673
d®»t’65

R. J. Metsger___

$250-9%

CanaJoharle. .2519 Canajoharie Nat.Bk.d®T*t’55 J. S. Ellithorp-----

G. H.

par

20

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Shineman—

National Spraker Bank
B. F. Spraker------ L. M. Spraker___
$200-10%
50-556 d®T*t’83

par 100
50-365
Ch.
Ontario County Trust Co.
J. G. Lewis, Tr. Off.
Wm. L. Gates____
$ioo-4%
50-360
dT«t§’17 Edw. G. Hayes, Ch.
Wm. L. Gates. Tr. J. R. Bohlmann,
par 25
A. Tr. Off.

Canaseraga___620 Canaseraga State Bank

Wm. C. Windsor .. E. W. Montgomery
50-676 ddXS’22
par 100
Canastota.__4235 First National Bank ..®»t’90 F, W. Dew______ J. L. Robertson----- Guy M. Lewis_____
$300-15% par 100 50-508
Madison M16
L. G. Colton, Ch.
•#
••
(iClosed December 19 , 1930)
B Allegany P8

666,960

51,080

123,490 C

64,730

640,990 1,247,640

55,700

122,140 C

752,730

50,000

353,850

456,100

11,550

131,620 C

134,490 1,838,470

65,000

334,370 1,450,000

73,050

280,590 C

601,630

31,430

420,880

240,210

18,900

53,100 Chase
(
N„ N. Y.; Salt Springs N„ Syracuse.

100,000

319,100 2,374,460

50.000

758,890 1,711,290

19,390

100,000

350,000 1,795,440

180,670

564,830 1,714,080

28,180

353,990 ( fty. Tr. Co., Chase N„ and Chatham
Fhenix, N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr.Co.,
Alb.
119,020 lhase N„ N. Y.: N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Alb.

250,000

460,950 4,816,740

81,000

950,010 4,191,920

62,020

300.000

397,740 4,263,270

41,670

1,054,900 2,727,360

678,590

171,180

151.520

10,400

50.000

65,170 1,168,550

31,050

473,240

100.000

85,060 1,816,680
100,390

Co., Syracuse.

50,000

50,030

50-557

^Canandaigua
Canandaigua Nat. Bk. & Tr. G. W. Hamlin-------- A. W. Sutherland— A. W. Sutherland—
Ontario M10 7541 Co_____________dB®T*r87 W.A. Higinbotham, H. W. Closs
W. I. Searles
M

33,360 I

100,000

Ernest Smith.........

$50-10%

19,080

30,140

par 100

Camillas____ 1036 Camillus Bank------d®«t5’23 Wm. J. Maxwell... Thomas H. Mnnro. E. L. Macdonald...
$250-8% par 100 50-1067
Onondaga L14
M. J. O’Hara
Montgomery M20
M
a*

157,800

523,750

9,000 S 377,650

25.000

50,000

Camden__ __ 1912 First National Bank* Trust N. H. Dorrance.__ Harold T. Conant.
Oneida K16
Co___ 50-674____d©T*t’76 D. J. Dorrance. Ch. C. H. Harden

Principal Correspondents.

Bond*
Loans
Gash k ExPaid-up sSurplus Depos- Other
Miscel­ dhanom
.Dui
and
tnd
and
LiabiliDiscounts Securities laneous
Profits
TIES

Ch.

100

Resources.

Liabilities.

Town and Coontt. »Mem.A.B.A.»New S State tPriv.

•County Seats.
In No. 2 F. R. D.
B is Buffalo Br.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

404,740 Chase N.. N. Y.
541,830 st N. and Chase N..N. Y.- SyracuseTr.
Co., Syracuse; Lincoln Alliance Bk. &
Tr. Co., Rochester.
21,380 Chase N-, N. Y.; Lib., Buffalo.

30.000

29,350

295,130

50,000

92,720

735,020

9,670

194,250

522,540

6,600

164,030

50,000

32,160

332,500

18,300

104.850

197.380

1,370

29,360

50,000

54,220

490,720

31,570

415,370

103,200 ■ 26,820

81,130

951,180 1,057,760

$150-6%

Candor_______669 First National Bank—®t’63 W. B. Smith______ G. H. Hart____
Tioga Q14

$140-10%

par 100 50-677

$190-10%

- R. F. Wells_______ Wm. M. Gridley—.

n f!. Talhnt

Cantsteo_____ 2548 First State Bank—d®«tS’97 F. C. Sherwood ...
Steoben P9

________

♦ 50-678

ty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. Y. State N.. Alb.;
1st Tr. & Dep. Co., Syracuse.

par 100

•Canton_____ 2822 FIRST NATIONAL BANK 4

112,780

394,160 Chase N.. N.Y.

811,910

15,130

582,330 Chase N..N. Y.

450,000

30,250

3,290

474,450

829.850

36,250

115,120 Chase N., N. Y.

151,IOC 3,405,330

142,000 2,083,120 1,539,120

10,880

265,310 Gty. Tr. Co., N.Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Alb.

188.89C 2.180.53C

111,560

1,314,19C

963,650

188,900

667.32C

76,440

509,530

274,520

13.49C

365,48(

50,710

230,35(

245.21C

5,50(

R. H. Michaels----- C. M. Witherbee... E. M. Butterfield.. Grace P. Lynde,
Aud
d®T*t’87 John Bird,
R. H. Michaels,
Grace P, Lynde
Ch. of Bd.
Tr. Off.
St. Lawrence County Nat. Bk. f!. S. Cnnlr
F. A. Augsbury.__
20% par 100 50-538 dB®T,t’6(

100,000

192,630 2,123,260

99,990

100,000

80,880 1,956,990

173,310

901,800

Cape Vincent. 898 Citizens Bank____dB®*t i’29 J. R. Kilborn_____ T. C. Killeen_____ D. V. Seeber_____ Ray Fitzgerald .—
$150-5% par 120 50-999
Jefferson G14
Jas. P. Davis

50,000

386,000

30,000

100,000

87,640 1,202,460

65,570

200,000

C. A. Tripp „ ___
H. H. Walts

200,000

90C Bank of Castile... dB®»t§’6i C. A. Yan Arsdale Robert Holmes— J. H. Van Arsdale R p. Kellogg
50-681
B Wyoming 07 $176-12%
par 100
Castleton on
Geo. Callanan___ George Schermer- George Schermer* J. L. Leonard___
National Exchange Bank
Hudson____ 150i $400-10%
50-682
d®*t’0
horr
hori
par 100
Rensellaer 023

50,000

26,41(

50,000

76,22

St. Lawrence E18
11

M

18%

par 100 50-539

•Carmel..____ 599 Pntnam County Nat. Bank
Pntnam E6

8%

50-680

d®T*t’65

Clayton Ryder ___ Geo. E. Anderson

'*

■VMflEMtN

“

$225-10% por

Castile ___


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

50-498

T, C, Lynch
_ _ _ Geo. B. Rourke-— Geo. B. Rourke.__ Chas. P. Ryther —
®T«t’87 M. S. Wilder. Ch. O. R. Braman
W. I. Hanson, A.C R. H. Lee

$185-10%

100 50-499

15,430 Chase N„ N. Y.; Northern N. Y. Tr. Co.,
Watertown.

H. E. Northrup

Carthage........ 446C Carthage National Bank
Jefferson H17

44,780

Chas. J. Reeder...
L. F. Marilley

1

214,240 Iry. Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co., Alb.

22,630 Bk. of America N. A., N. Y.: Marine Tr.
Co., Buffalo; Lin. Alliance, Rochester.
61,340 1st N.. Alb.

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back of this

NEW YORK—Continued
^County Seats.
In No. 2 F. R. D.
B is Buffalo Br.

. •Mem.A.B.A.*New§SftatetPrl»

{Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab
♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B -Bond
d- 8afeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Cato_________
Cayuga L13

First National Bank .d®»t’10 G. A. Cooper_____ C. T. Drew
1500-16% par 100 50-683

‘Catskill_____ 5
Greene A5

CATSKILL NATIONAL BANK & James P. Philip... Samuel C. Hopkins P. Gardner Coffin..
John H. Story,
TR UST CO. 50-426 d®T»tl813
L. B. Honeyford
A. C, and Tr. Off.
1130-8% par 100

B

H. B. Hopkins____

$

Cattaraugus P4

(Formerly Catskill National
Bank)
Catskill Savings Bank.__ i'68 William Palmatler. A. C. Bloodgood... W. S. Sherman, Tr. Addison P. Jones,
50-428
A. P. Jones
C.E.Fiester, A.Sec.
Sec.
TANNERS NATIONAL BANK Wm. Palmatier__ WendellS.Sherman H. E. Muller.
Henry R. Peloke
1143-12% par 50 50-427 d»tt’Sl
Bankof Cattaraugus..d*ti 81 F. E. Johnson........ J. J. McCarthy___ J. J. McCarthy___ W. J. Krager..........
20% par 100 50-684
F. E. Johnson, Sec. M. Tuller, A. C.
H. S. Brown

Madison M16

Cazenovia National Bank Henry Burden ___ C. A. Buckingham. H. G. Phelps_____ H. M. Munger____
*250-16% par 100 50-685 d®»t’01
H. G. Phelps
R. J. Goff

Cedarhurst...!

Peninsula National Bank
G. W. Smith............ Robert Sealy_____ C. J. Machleid
50-1108
d®T»t'20 C. C. Adams, Ch.
*300-10% par 100
Center Moriches Center Moriches Bank
D. E. Goldsmith— John A. Daly_____
Suffolk H10
*215-7% parlOO 50-686 d®»tl’02
W. R. Chichester
Nassau 16

Suffolk H8
Central Park. ,55i
Nassau H7
Central Square54!

Oswego K15
Central Valley .851
Orange E4
Champlain... 119!

Liabilities.
Resources.
Loans
Bonds
Paid-up Surplus
Cian A Ex­
Depos- Other
Miscel­ changes
AND
nnd
Liabili­
,I>ce
Capital Profits
ITS
Discounts Securities laneous from Banka
ties

J. G. Rhinehart
TT T\ y «
111 Ui •! OlillSuil.....
A. D. Havens
„
.
.
Central Islip National Bank W. H. Ross
.. Vern L. Furman__ Vern L. Furman.. vJi TT
ii• Davison _____
*250-6% par 100 50-1066d®»t’23
H. Bernstein
Central Park National Bk. Henry Schaaf........ H. A. Stolz______
*130 par loo 50-1120
d®f26
First National Bankd®T«t'12 Henry D. Coville, James Gallagher .. O. J. Cook_______ Juanita R. Eaton ..
70-10% par 25 5 0 910
Ch, of Bd, and Pres. O. J. Cook
Central Valley National Bank George Cornell.__ M. S. Elmer............ Herbert Hall_____
*60-12% par 20 50-687 d®»t’ll
First National Bank.
(Closed March 12, 1931)

25.000 $
150.000

33,890 1 783,080 $
143,240 1,021,150

69,730 $ 343,410 J 497,390 J
130,980

648,020

577,980

8,850 $
37,000

Principal Correspondents.

54,060 Irv. Tr. Co.. N.
Syracuse.
182,380
N. Y. State N., Alb.

1,055,530 6,775,810

5,194,880 2,138,390

144,130
38,300

150.000

291,130 1,276,650

37,500

881,980

ico nm

100,000

187,040 1,242,810

115,360

587,110

836,220

100,000

68,980 1,575,000

100,000

235,390 3,025,010

96,470

100,000

108,090

883,620

75,000

353,960

/AVJ AmiA'uii A 11 v>u. ouu PjUipil C 11. DUmHi

18,680

Y.; Tanners N., Catskill; Syracuse Tr.
Co.. Syracuse.
681,980 ( tent. Han. Bk. & Tr.Co. and N. City. N.Y.;
1st N., Phil.; Mnfrs. N.. Troy.
203,210 :

ffo
non
Do,UoU

198 ooU
BQfi JI
JL£o,
Syracuse.

1,554,580

105,590

525,580

504,800

94,210

394,000

40,600

25.000

25,000

956,000

30,700

408,900

50,000

16,850

292,430

2,670

219,770

63,040 1,548,290

6,250

991,310

715,780

15,310

200,000

0/1

3,0d0

489,600 Chase
I
N., N. Y.
42,120 I 'hatham Phenix N. Bk. & Tr. Co.
and^Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co. (Jamaica),
193,200 1
N.. N. Y.
44,380 Chase
<
95,180 ! lyracuse Tr. Co. and 1st Tr. & Dep. Ci
Syracuse.
46,820 < !hase N. and Chem. Bk. and Tr. Co., ]
Y.; Corn Ex. N. Bk. & Tr.. Co., Phil.

100,000

117,030

651,140

30,170 . 517,500

268.040

65,980

Clinton C24
Chappaqua... 73; Chappaqua National Bank
F. W. Frost........ ..... Jacob Erlich____ R. H. Herman____ C. G. Mooney____
Westchester F6 *200 par 100 50-1101 d B ®‘t '25
C. E. Haydock

50,000

17,580

535,350

29,730

235,990

122,420

84,410

189,830 <

Chateaugay ..116! First NationalBankdB®*$'07 J. H. Duffy_______ E. A. McCoy_____ G.R. Green______ D. P. Powers_____
Franklin 0 22
*285-i2%parl00 50-689

75,000

141,630 1,027,990

117,680

623,360

587,080

56,350

95,510 i

Chatham...... 2424 State Bank............. d®T»tl’75 E. C. White______ W. R. Starks.......... W. F. Salmon____ S. C. Lewis. Tr.Off.
Columbia P24

100.000

324,190 2,748,760

1,075,910 1,749,820

39,240

307,980 1

345,720

loo son

36,560

On
non /
39,970 I

*200-16% par 100 ♦ 50-690

Cherry Creek..53! Cherry Creek Nat’l Bank

B

Ohantauqua P3 12%

50-691

®«t'90

Cherry Valley.707 National Central Bank
Ot’goN20

*115-7%

50-692 d®»l‘1818

Chester_____ 1154 Chester National Bank
Orange E4

*190-10%
var 100

50-693

d®T«t’45

H. B. Crissey_____ O. L. Edwards____ S. N. Smith.__ -

25,000

36,990

Leonard Dakin.__ A. S. Pearson........ H. L. Dakin_______ Seth Pearson

50,000

30,000 1,029,570

Co., Buffalo; Far & Mech., Jamestown.

T.F. Lawrence... A. R. Conklin_____ A. R. Conklin_____ A. M. Goldsmith...

Churchvllle___652 State Bank of Churchville Charles A. Tupper. M. J. Bruton
Monroe L8

*200-8% par 100 50-984 d®»t5'17 Ch. of Bd. and Pres. DeLancey N. Boice

Cicero................ 428
Onondago M14
Clnclnnatus ..800
Cortland 015

Cicero State Bank...®»t§’26
*125 par 100 50-1123
Bank of Cincinnatus -®»tl'99
*350
50-695
Clarence______ 529 BANK0FCLAREHCEd®*i|’20
B Erie M 6
*400-1*% par 100 50-1021

W. E. Sleeth___

■■■1

ESTABLISHED
1877

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

825,190

117,970

Tr. Co., Syracuse.
66,760 Syracuse
8

321,160

102,850

354,370

236,890

11,660

50,000

32,490

247,180

21,310

101,240

223,500

4,450

50,000

35,140

404,270

7,420

297,940

127,290

11,820

59,770 (

25.000

42,440

536,240

6,330

225,220

217,300

98,550

68,940 (

25,000

6,070

176,200

39,180

161,880

62,580

8,270

13,720 C lhase N.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. & Dep. Co.

25,000

64,970

680,010

8,770

281,810

362,730

46,560

Jack C. Lapp______

50.000

86,010

789,420

7,450

566,890

239,710

31,970

87,650 C lhase N., N. Y.; N. Bk. of Cortland,
land; Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracuse.
94,310 C

R. P. Grant. Jr.,
A, Cash, and Tr. Off.
M. R. Burgess

100,000

100,000 1,606,320

264,900

149,100

Anson F. Sherman
Frank Sotherden,
Sec.

B. L. Knapp______

John K. Lapp____ Edwin Weinauge.. La Verne C. Leib..
H. L. Meyer, Ch,
H. N. RothenClayton---------- 1940 First National Exchange Bank A. L. William*.__ R. D. Grant. meyer
Exec,. .J. W. Fitzgerald ..
Jefferson G15
*350-10%
50-570
d®T»t’76 ’W. D. Clark. Ch. iGeo.M. Hawn
par 100
C. F. Hall
D. B. Schuyler
1

246,000

152,930

E. J. Potter _

G. A. Haskins........ Leslie Potter .

64,920

100,400

Chestertown__700 Chest er-Schroon-Horicon
Wm. J. McClarthy. John Roonev
R. E. Barkley_____ G. E. Wakeley____
Warren 123
tieo Bank__ 50-1167___ ©§’30 H. S. Downs. V. P. W. S. Carpenter
J. S. Kiley. V. P.
Chlttenango. 815 State Bank of Chittenango J. L. Robinson .... P. H. Lynch______ J. L. Graves______ H. J. Batfen_____
Madison L15
*200-6% par 100 50-1059 ©•!§ ’ 23

B

Syracuse Tr. Co.

H

m

141,420 1,911,570

74,410 1 i N., Chem. Bk. &Tr. Co., and Chase N.
N. Y.
N., N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.
21,790 Chase
(

Co., Rochester.

232,670 Irv.
I
Tr. Co., N. Y.

1 1■1 | |

®f)e Cfjase J^ational Panfe

OF

THE

CITY

OF NEW

YORK

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
i 1 1 A to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Band-McNally Bankers*
11 It- Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
TOWW AND OOUNTT.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

Resou *CES.

Liabil [TIES.

•Mem.A.B. A. nNew §State tPriv.

^County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass'n. [Estsb.
In No. 2 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Bes.Deptg:T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSaIe%DiT.

PRESIDENT.

E. M. Griffith------ J.
Clayvllle_____ 801 National Bank of Clayvllle
par 100
50-990 d®»t’18
Oneida M18

ASS’T CASHIER.

CASHIER.

Vice-President.

A. Jordan_____

D. M. Warner----- A. Bosshart, Jr..__ G. A. Lindner--------Clifton Springs Ontario National Bank
50-696
d®»’07
Ontario M10 1819 $315-18%
par 100

R. U. Hayes-------- O. J. Burns______
Clinton______1475 Hayes National Bank
12%
50-697 d®»t'12
Oneida M17
par 100
E. B. Palmer ._
Clyde...... ..2374
Briggs National Bank & W. A. Hunt___
S. E. Budd
Wayne M12
Trust Co. 50-698 dB®»t’~‘
Citizens Trust Co.__d®Ttl'e9 F. L. Waldorf___ A. D. Collier..
A. D. Collier, Ch. D. P. Maloy
par 150
50-1016
H. L. Smith
Clymer„__ ..460 Clymer State Bank....... *tl'10 AlbertNeekers.Jr.,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
B Chautauqua R1 $175-6% par 100 50-699
CobleskUl.__ 2594 Farm. & Merch. Bk.d®«t8’93 W. D. Becker___
Schoharie N 21 $300-8% par 100 50-567
A. O. Kilmer____
First National Bank
J. Stanley Davis
$352-10%
50-566
d@»t’64

25.000

5,350

239,760

50.000

93,230

834,890

25,000

60,000

987.000

ties

Loan*
and
Discount*

21,550 $ 122,550 3 125,950
7,000

Principal

correspondents.

Bonds
Miscel- 0
and
Isouritise UANEOU8 “
10,440 $

Utica Tr. & Dep. Co., Utiea.
61,670 1st Trust Co., Alb.

251,040

670,620

1,780

699,000

232,000

36,000

105,000 Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co., N. Y.

425,470 1,016,840

43,230

189,790 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr, Co., N. Y.; Syracuse
Tr. Co., Syracuse.

1,350

100.000

52,700

582,860

25,780

303.840

400,440

32,340

24,710 1st Tr.& Dep. Co., Syracuse.

A. M. Whippo------- L. B. Neckers..........

30.000

28,500

549,760

10,000

390,290

166,310

23,690

39,970 Chase N„ N. Y.; Bk. of Jamestown, James­
town.

J. R. Becker

V. M. Bellinger—

50.000

309,980 1,550.670

37,690

334,470 1,379,060

30,570

204,240 Chase N„ N. Y.; N. Y. State N. and N.
Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co., Alb.

H.

L. A. Neubauer—
S. B. Crounse

100,000

414.540 3,339,980

137,200

701,800 2,950,690

19,500

319,720 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. Y.
State N. and 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.

156,000

4,580

123,850 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; M & T Tr„ Buffalo:
N. Y. State N.. Alb.

5,183,400 1,943,690

235,690

1,143,340

483,160

58,760

318,000 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st Tr.
Co., Alb.; Mnfrs. N., Troy.

2,495,520

937,400

54,060

174,980 Chase N..N.Y.; Mnfrs., Cohoes.

1,969,460 4,259,410

69,660

529,160 1st N., N. Y.; N. Y. 8tate N., Alb.

3. O. Wadley,

H. C. Herley,

See. and Tr. A. Sec. and A. Tr.

0.

Miller.

50,000

O.

30,500

346,760

550,700

1,050,780 6,644,490

H. Coonrod. Tr.
100,000

F. W. Kavanaugh. Arthur Koch ...........
Manufacturers Bank .d«tl'72 J. S. date
$150-12%
50-208
Harvey S. Greeny
Mechanics Savings Bk.®tl’73 J. S. date.
4H%
50-204

its

Other
Liabili­

43,640 1,530,340

P. Hunt_________

par 100

par 66j^

Depos­

100,000

[i.

Cohocton____ 860 Cohocton State Bank____§'07 W. J. Faulkner— F. J. Shults_____
A. E. Conley
♦ 50-700
Steuben 09
Cohoes.____23,226 Cohoes Sav. Bank .dB©«tl'51 G. H. McDowell.. W. D. Boswell.__
G. R. Wilsdon
Albany N23
04%
50-201

paid-up £Surplus
and
Capital profits

222,960 1,596,230

84,070

468,820 3,193,050

Jay Gilbert------Andrew Scotland

332,490 1st N., N. Y.; N. Bk. of Cohoes. Cohoes.

Tr.
250,000

G. H. McDowell... M. H. Davidson —
National Bank of Cohoes
$265-14%
50-202 d®T»+’59
par 100

824,150 5.485,420

268,120

Cold Spring.. 1784 National Bk. of Cold Spring Coryell Clark___ W. S. Colwell —on-Hudson 50-701___ d»t’00 F. R. Amerman, Ch.
Putnam E5
6% par 100
College Point.... (See N. T. City, Borough of Queens)
Queens F6
Eugenia Bentley..
Conewango Valley National E. A. Bagg--------- L. H. Myers--------_ ClydeEricsnn .
Conewango
Valley 201 Bank___ 50-970___d©«t'16
Chautauqua Q4 $195-4% par 100
ney Island___ (See N. T. City, Borough of Brooklyn)
Kings G5
* Coopers town2909 Cooperstown National Bank F. M. Smith-------- J. D. Whipple— _ E. D. Lindsay___ M. B. Shepard____
$115-6%
50-549
d@«t’04
Otsego N19

50.000

43,960

383,620

11,840

112,350

262,850

12,270

101,950 1st N., N. Y.; N. Oom’l Bk. & Tr. Co., Alb.

25,000

20,400

229,490

38,650

212,360

72.260

9.750

19,170 Chase N., N. Y.: Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

50,000

44,260

879,770

50,000

635,740

197,820

25,600

164,870 Chase N.. N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syra­
cuse.

- H. H. WILLSEY. ^ N. E. D. GILMORE --Cash, and Tr, Off. G.H. WHITE, Tr.Off
T.
e ms.

150,000

372,340 2,991,200

267,500

984,800 2,497,100

72,630

226,510 Chase N„ N. Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb.

A

par 100

GEORGE H. WHITE

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
$335-16%
por 100

50-547 d|®T»tl830

Send us your O
Special attentlo
Plea** tend 10c u>

2.423.15C

125,150

88.18C

22,500

222,06(

39,540

rH.L. BRAZEE —- F. L. QUAIF-----

F W SPRAKER

377,530 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N.
State N.. Alb.

Y.; N. Y.

(.Remittance ma de promptly o

Copenhagen ..539 Copenhagen National Bank A. L. Clark--------- W. A. Twining
$220-8%
50-909
*111
Lewis H16
Corfu____ ....418 Bank of Corfu .— dB®»tl’08 O. W. Carrier____ D. J. Scott —
B Genesee M6 $200-12% par 100 50-702


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n ding drafts, Cash and Time Items.
/ or presentation ant 2 Be for Credit Reyes ts.

100,000 1,034,85C
476,071 3.234.62C
150,00C
1 T FIF* ___
C.S. BECKER fl
usted
to our care
50-548 d®T*t'52 ) Special attentl on paid to Co! sc tlons in Otsego C ounty, as well as any oth erbusln ess enti
d ay of collection.

SECOND NATIONAL BANK
$350-14%
por 100

{

.. D. A. Timermaa... L. E. Sheldon ___

25,00(

26.52

163,58

25,000

71,51(

O. H. Bordwell—

50,00

80,35

1,032,63

8.00C

745,31

1

57,900 Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.
164,070 Irv. Tr. Co., N.

Y.; M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo.

- , , _
1115

. Nu“b®r under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number eiveD
each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers'
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass'n.

Town and countt. •Mem.A.B.A.nNew $ State tPriv.

*County Seats. tMeni. 8tate B. Ass’n. [Bstab.
In No. 2 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
B is Buffalo Br, d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div

Liabilities.

Pmjsidbjtt.

V IC»-Pr B8ED XNT.

Cashxhb.

Wm. J. Heermans,
50-272 dB®T»t§’62 Pres, and Tr. Off.

W.s. Heyniger_ _

H. B. Andrew____ f

CORTLAND
TRUST COMPANY
1130-6%
lar 100

50-311 d®T»t§'16

NATIONAL BANK
OF CORTLAND
*260-i2%parl0050-813 d@T»I’75

r ALBERT HASKELL,

G.A.Heermans
D. H. Rose, A

.

R. B. Granger

L. L. Conable

C. E. Ford___

1877


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ties

Bonds
and
Securitie

Principal CouuroxBum.

Ex
MlSCELr- Cash A ,D
uX
LANIOUf chahsm
raoM Bank

20,000 1 440.59C SI 150 62 S

53.50 S 188,45 Cent, Han.Bk. & Tr. Co. and Chase N„ N.

78,020

1,620.20C 1,075.76C
$2,004,22 8.44)

132.84C

442.07C Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., N. Y.

150,00

503.52C 2.860.78C

188,190

1.610.72C 1.517.69C

228,89C

345.19C 1st N„ N. Y.

(Trus Funds..

50.00C

36.50C

367,270

2,520

164,73C

218,11C

6.47C

50.00C

50.53C 1,251,240

98,070

570,150

652,520

105,580

234,000

38,880

854,880

66.98C Chatham Phenix N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,N. Y.
121,58C N. City, N. Y.
27,010 Empire Tr. Co., N. Y.; Highland N„ New

bnrgh.

1,076,950 8,555,060

Tr.

rvice,

A.Se

fF. J. PECK- - - - - - - C. C. WIGKWIRE_ _ R. ELLIOTT OWENS- F. 0. ASHWORTH.—
G. H. GARRISON
. Bills of Lading

200,000

81,400 2,160,550

6,015,600 2,957,920

315,810

1,790,150

147,940

(Bds.and
Mtges.)
151,700

8. J. MINER...........

Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.
115,540 Marine Midland Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Marine Tr.

Co., Buff.; Lincoln N. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Syracuse.

350,000

538,110 4,715,120

354.870 2,224,500 3,274,460
-

Cash. & Tr. Off. K. P. MINER

540,010

'

and Collections a •peclalty.
Completely equ lpped to handle a 11 basin ee*.
LSend u* your “ CORTLAND" bu sin ess.

A. R. LEARN.

Loans
and
Disoount

494.48C 2.498.37C

200,000

*225-12% par 100
resented promptl yand remitted 1m mediately when paid.
Coxsackle ___ 2195 National Bank of Coxsackie .We Solicit your Cortland busine ss.
P. A. Goodwin____ Wm. H. Salisbury ~ Wm. H, Salisbury..
Greene P23
*135-10% 50-705
d®»t’65
100,000
par 100
Croghan_______732 Croghan National Bank
Fredlin
Nortz____
H.
S.
Lewis______
B. H. Demo______ A. A. Henry
Lewis H17
*375-10% 50-972
d®»J’17
25,000
P. H. von Zierolpar 100
shofen
Croton-onFIRST
NATIONAL
BANK
Hudson.,2447 *600-15% par 100 50-706 ®»J Wm, A. Ranney... P. H. Dowden____ T. C. Hamilton...
25,000
Westchester F6
Crown Point.. .978 J. W. Wyman, Banker.._f’81 Mary R. Wyma*—
Walter
B.
Wyman.
Essex H24
Blake W. Francis Ella M. Currier___
50-707
25,000
Cuba---------------1422 Cuba National Bank______
C. A. Ackerly____ F. C. Saunders___ C. C. Brown______ A. F. Brown______
8 Allegany Q6
*200-10% 50-582 dB®T«I'56
100.000
par 100
First National Bank d®T«t’80 Sidney A. Hixson H. J. Demcey____
H. M. Setchel.
Benson Smith.......
*175-10% par 100 50-583
100,000
Cash, and Tr. Off,
Cutchogue ___ 870 First National Bank-..®t’24 H. J. Demcey.CA.
S.
W. Horton_____ Linnaeus Allen ... R E. Tuthill_____
Suffolk Gil
L. Mohlfeld_____
$250
50-1086
25,000
J. F. Fanning
Dalton___ ____ 540 Dalton Banking House 11900
G. E. Moses______ E. W. Moses______ Guy W. Hill______
I Livingston 08
50-708
Dansvllle____ 4928 Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
F. H. Johantgen... J. W. Wadsworth.. F. H. Johantgen. Tr. F. P. Magee, Sec, ..
8 Livingston 09 $65-2f % par 20 50-475 ®T»«'87
100,000
W. H. Miller
J. G. Kramer____ F. R. Driebach___ G. M. Young.......... F. J. Lemen, A. S.
L. W. 8chwend)er .
100,000
Rosa M. Murdock
$175-10% par 100 50-476
Delevan________558 Bank of Delevan............J|’13
R.
C.
Pingrey_____
C. S. Persons_____ C. A. Metcalf_____
8 Cattaraugus 06
25.000
50-981
‘Delhi_______ 1840
W. W. Honeywell, W. A. Humphries.. W. McFarland____
DELAWARE
NATIONAL
BANK
Delaware P20 $300-12%
J. H. Thompson ... 100,000
50-709 d®T»r39 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
par 100
Delmar________ 400 Bank of Bethlehem.d®t$’27 H. B. Casey_______
E. J. Slingeriand.. Harry S. Keelan__
Albany 023
$170 par 100 50-1147
50.000
S. A. Nuttall

ESTABLISHED

Other
Liabili­

200,00

107,620

H. WILLIAMS.
S"W«- wUWSifc
IMS

'EDWARD ALLEY. AiF.'lfL..
SECOND NATIONAL BANK i G. A. BROCKWAY.
& TRUST CO. 50-814 d®T*I'82 I All collectionsCh.p B. P. CLEVELAND

wm

its

35,00 $ 106,40 $1 671 77C $

Hubert T. Bushnell . W. Bentley, Tr.
R. H, Wiltsie
A. L. Jenkins, A. Tr.

Cortland Trust Company State
Special Attenti on Given To Colle ctlon Business.
A Modern Colie ctlon Departmen

Depos­

Y.; 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.

P. J. Haughey, Tr..
L. B. McAndrew,
A. Tr.
F|RST NATIONAL BANK
A. F. William*___ Marvin Olcott____ Harvey T. Cole.__
& TRUST COMPANY
F. C. Williams,
$100-15%
50-278 dB®W82
Tr. Off.
par 100
North Side State Bank ..§'25 W. J. Heermans... A. A. Humphrey...
Daton
Gilbert____
50-274
Cornwall National Bank
J. S. Holloran_____ M. F. Davis____
J. J. Grubs______
*150-6% par 100 50-908 dB®«t'U C. E. Mailler, Ch.
I. M. Cocks
Cornwall Savings Bank
T. D. Wood_______ L. G. Goodnough.. Gilbert T. Cocks,
50-704
®t5’71
Patrick Bevans
Tr
(See New York City, Borough 0/ Queens)

Cornwall____ 1910
Orange D5
Cornwall on-theHudson.__ 2240
Orange D5
Corona__________
Queens F6
‘Cortland...15,043 Cortland Savings Bank
B. L. Webb.__
Cortland 015
50-312
®.«'66

Paid-ui StJRPLU
AND
Capitai
Profits

Abb’t Caamns,

Corinth______ 2613 Corinth National Bank
Isaac Densmore... F. E. Pruyn_______ F. E. Pruyn______
Saratoga K23 *400-20%
50-7OS
d©»t’02
par 100
Corning........15,777 CORNING TRUST CO.

Steuben Qll

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., ses Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

218,160 3,734,570

129,790

212,000

;='l

73,970

385,150 Chase N., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co..
Syracuse; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co..
Alb.

J.:

2,408,760 1,322,380

’

78,620

554,980 1st N. and Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

736,770

6,000

280,560

537,360

18,210

136,430 Chase N„ N. Y.; Mnfrs. N„ Troy.

85,550 1.094,760

8,560

337,560

690,040

20,630

165,640 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

29,910

440,340

545,720

16,130

158,740 Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st N. & Tr. Co.. Yonkers.

147,890

958,140

15,490

158,710

24,600

114,670

52,920

13,630

42,590 Chase N„ N. Y.: 1st Tr. Co., Alb ; Bk. of

96,680

640,300

124,750

578,860

278,340

29,640

74,900 Chase N„ N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co.. Buffalo.

Montreal, Montreal,

86,000

429,130

97,360

433,500

168,300

31,550

79,130 Chase N„ N. Y.

27,200

388,960

46,240

273,560

139,740

27,570

46,520 N. City. N. Y ; Market St. N„ Phil.

208,980 1,233,550

26,050

542,310

749,130

166.170

64,640 1,728,670
67,220

87,500

1,121,320

636,200

46,670

612,970

5,000

369,800

296,810

11,840

126,130 1,678,540

125,180

1,273,340

551,510

48,790

18,230

519,400

135,500

65,480

31,860

684,740

Livingston County Tr. Co.. Geneseo.

110,970 Chase N„ N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co. Buffalo:

Cent. Tr. Co.. Rochester.
176,620 Chase N„ N. Y.; M & T Tr„
Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

Buffalo;

31,740 Chase N„ N.Y.: Marine Tr. Co. and M & T

Tr. Co.. Buffalo.

vEfte Chase J%attonaI Mmk

156,210 Cent. Han, Bk. &Tr. Co., N. Y.
64,440

ComT Bk. & Tr. Co., Alb.

OF

THE

CITY

OF NEW

YORK

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
i 11 A to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers
II10 Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

TOW* AND COUNTT. •Mem. A.B. A. "New §State tPrii.

B Brie VS

NEW YORK—Continued

President.

Principal oobrrsfondbnts.

Resources.
c

*Goanty Beats. {Men. BUte B. Ass’n. [Bstab.
In No. 2 F. R.Dist. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.@Bav.$Lagt8ale%DiT.

Depew______6536

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

Vice-President.

Ass’t CASHIER.

Cashier.

F. J. MARKI- - - - - - -

F. L. BOCK.

Loans

Bondi

URPLUS Depos- j 3ther
Paid-up
and
and
AND
ITB
A LABILI­
Capital p ROFITS
TIES
1 )iseounts 1 •ouritiis

*dlBCEL- ' in k * xuHa,IHi
ANEOU8 ,man Baxm

$ 100.000 8 124,410 $ 1303 870 S 135,630 8 896,510 $ 612,840 $

68,230 8

86,330 C ruaioui;

BANK OF DEPEW \Pfe.
SEND US YOU B DEPEW ITEM s.
/ Special attentlo n given Bill of La ding Drafts, Cash and Time Items.
CORNELIUS C. GIBBS

50-993

$75—10%

d®«tS’19

par 25

V. Charges Reasona He.

Transit Banking Co---------

(Liquidated October 1. 1930)

Lewis A. Austin—
F. M. Skillman.
B. S. Boyd---------- Robert Brown—
Deposit_____ 1887 Farmers National Bank
par 100
59-710
d®»f09 E. D. Camming, Ch.
Breoue R17
C. C. Taber-------De Ruyter----- 466 De ltnyter State Bank®»t8’89 H. M. Schelllnger, M. E. Tallett____ F. L. Mitchell—
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
tsoo-12% par loo 54-711
Madison N1S
B. O. Foster-------- G. A. Foote-------- L. D. Dingman -— G. A. Jumps-----Dexter
.1020 First National Bank
Jefferson HIS *140-7% par 100 50-711 dB®*t’06 0. W. Campbell.CA.
Dobba Perry. 5741 Dobbs Perry Bank-----»t§'90 F. Q. Brown-------- W. W. Tompkins. H. DeWitt Wilde- D. R. Ravekes —
Westehea’r S5 *38.50-14% par 10 54-503
Bradley — W. H. Losee,
Greenburgh Savings Bank W. W. Tompkins.. Jerome
Bee. and Tr.
Sylvester Buckhout
59-542
tS'69

*125-8% par 100

39,200

653.860

50,000

290,480

399,270

26,470

76,830

25,000

32,210

382,630

54,560

248,280

177,390

30,100

38.640

lent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N.Y.; Syracuse Tr.
Oo., Syracuse.

30,000

33,330

387.700

25,000

160,320

234,590

18,630

62.490

'base N., N. Y.: Northern N. Y. Tr. Oe.
and Jefferson Co. N., Watartewn.

100.000

192,350

626.700

29,710

281,360

488,560

71,650

107,200

1,530,650

377.490

177,790

168,290

Chase N.. N. Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb.

(Bds.and

Mtgs.)
98,710

1,187,570

842,420

51,270

190,690

T. J. Boy Of---------

100,000

158,440

856,110

50,350

144,230

937,880

5,160

77,640

Chase N.. N. Y.

G. J. Merritt-------

25,000

40,300

517,000

35,000

399.300

158,700

3,300

56,000

Chase N., N. Y.

D. 8. Fellows------ Mary A. Lormor..

25,000

46.700

554,890

73.510

344.440

283,770

28,240

43,660

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. M. Y.

Lester L. Syrich— R. L. Shaw...........

50,000

12,270

402.700

12,510

166,170

171,890

20.880

118,550

50.000

39.230

651,500

9,180

193,540

498.230

16,290

250,000

248,23C 2,415,590

64.050

1,137,660 1,178,400

134,990

526,810

Chase N., N. Y.; M & T Tr. and Liberty.
Buffalo; Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracuse.

105,000

251,261 3,362,500

146.140

2,096,210 1,219,550

65,370

483,780

Chase N.. N. Y.: M & T Tr.. Buffalo;
Union Tr. Co.. Clev.

300,00(

362.31

3.731.58C

320.320

2,420,050 1,597.650

157.57C

538,950

Irv.Tr. Co., N. Y.; Marine Tr. Oo., (Buffalo
Tr. Br.) Buffalo; Un. Tr. Co.. Clev.

Chase N., N. Y.; 1st Tr. & Dep. Co., Syra­
cuse.

G. W. Seybolt..

E. F. Finnlgan...

Sec. James J. Cobbe.
A. i c.

par 100

T. P. Heffernan__ ed ward Madigan.. T. D. Lunt------ _
R. H. Galbraith, T r. Officer
„
C. Miller--------- J. M. Madigan----*VIERGMANT$ NAT’L BANK R. E. Winfield----- O.
C. E. Frantzen
J. L. Hurlbert
*140-6%
54-224 dB®T»t’82
E.
Straight
H.
L.
N.
Murray
par 50
Merch.N.Bk.,Mpr. W. A. Draves.
Dunkirk-Fredonia Clearing E. A. Rouse_____ |T. D. Lunt
r.
House
.
,,
(Members indicated by a *)
(See New York City, Borough of Queens)
Dnnton_____
Queens D4
_
EarlvlHe____ 868 First National Bank.d®*t’91 S. B. Gloyei-------- J. A. Briggs-------- J. E. Crandall----- M. L. Rogers------*450-18% par IS* 54-717
Madison N14
H. Wright. R. S. Persons----- Elbert Hubbard II N. F. Barnum---- W.
Hast Aaron..4815 BARK OF EAST AURORA
Arthur Barnum
G. B. Hartley
*200-0% ♦ 50-533 dB®T«tS’82
I Erie Nl
A. J. Lunt-

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Syracuse
Tr. Co.. Syracuse.
41,840 Irv.Tr. Co., N.Y.

869,52

38,79 0

90,89

2,571,51 1)

492,90 0

90,360

266,93

Marine Tr. Co.
Buffalo.

1,448,560

498,700

79,760

288,15

Chase N. and Sty. Tr. Oo.. N. Y.; M & T
Tr., Buffalo.

50,000

132,27 0 1,247.48 0

63.73C

494,28

175,00 0

125,75 0 3,081,880

39,06(

100,000

127,8f >0 2,060,97 0

26.331

par 100

E. E. GODFREY- - - - - - C. H. NORTON,
ERIE COUNTY pHHJKr

TRUST COMPANY

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50-635 dB®T*t5’16

Irving Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co., Albany.

305,560 1,767,690

| Chautauqua 02 taimRHWi. E. D. Warner----- Robert R. Dew— Robert R. Dew. Tr. Margaret E. Ware r.
Dunkirk
M. C. O’Loughlin Frank J. Janice,

*30O-u%
par 100

■v. Tr.Co., N.Y.; N.Y. State N. and 1st
N„ Alb.

100.000

Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

54-408

aHWwriw

Irv.Tr. Co., N. Y.

50,000

250,790 2.003.440

Carl G. Ward­

Do(ferine___ 3309 First National Bankd®T»t’02 Julius Breckwoldt. E. H. White_____ John J. Griffith
H. I. Patrie
Herkimer L20 1S%
54-713
Douglastown___ (See New York City, Boroug h of Queens)
QueensD4
Dover Plains Nat. Bank
O.W. Vincent___
Dover Plains ..800 15%
54-714
®T*t’65 E. Q. Reynolds
Dutchess 04
DewnsvUle__ 532 First National Bank..®»t'Q5 A. H. Griffith----- M. C. Stuart-------C. E. Hulbert, Ch.
54-715
Delaware R19 10%
Dryden_____ 666 First National Bk...dB®*t'02 J. D. Ross-------- O. D. Griswold —
Tompkins 014 #% par 100 50-716
Dundee_____1086 DundeeNational Bank d®'80 P. L. Harpending— C. S. Hoyt--------C. M. Clark
8% par 100 54-407
Yates Oil
F. R. Vosburgh—
Dundee State Bank_d®»i$’82 C. J. Sackett.

At. vv.,

Liberty, Buffalo.

See...

ee.

E. H. WILLIAMS.

A • ec.

/Equipped to effl clently handle all financial matters , large or smal
\Collections ma de promptly and charges reasona Me.

(Bk. of Buffalo Br.).

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to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

Town and county. eMem.A.B.A.«New SStatetPrir.

Liabilities.

‘County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab
In No. 2 F. D. Dist. ♦Fed. Bes. Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.®Sav.$Last8ale%Div.

PRESIDENT.

Vice-President

CASHIER.

Ass’t Cashier.

Paid-up Subplus
Dxpos- Otheb
and
LtABILI'
Capital Profits
ITB
TIBS

Resources.
Bondi Miscel­
•nd
Discount! Siauritiia laneous
Loibi

and

Cam A lx

Principal Correspondent*.

CHAJieBSyDVB
from Barks

East Hampton
East Hampton National Bank (Merged with Osbor ne Trust Co, June
1931)
Suffolk S12 1934
Osborne Trust Co. d@T»tS’17 0. W. Osborne - N. C. Osborne.—. N. N, Tiffany, Sec.. Walter H. Dippel, $ 350,000
$ 167,100 $3008 400 $ 489,030 $2 854 330 $ 857,810 $ 130,300 $ 172,080 Chat. Phenix, Chase N. and Bkrs. Tr. Co.,
*210-8%
50-974
N. N. Tiffany
R.Luther,Jr., A.Sec.
A. Sec.
East Isllp____1520 First National Bank_dB®*t’09 H. L. Woloert
N. Y.: Market 8t.N., Phil.
Maitland
Hanford
Albert
J.
Gowan__
A.
A.
Wever..
50,000
78,510 1,137,440
50,000
596,460 566,740
Suffolk H8
62,400
1130-10% par 25 60-780
90.350 Irv.Tr. Co.. N. Y.
East Northport325 Citizens National Bank
Charles S. Mott
R. S. Leighton__ _ Howard T. Lefferts Harry A. Messinger
25,000
21,430 343,160
24,990
158,420 208.230
9,950
1120 par 100 50-1093
®»t’24
“ Howard
Suffolk 37
37.980 Chase N.. N. Y.
T. Lefferts
Eastport_____625 Eastport National Bank
Wm. H. Chapman.. Harry Goldstein
U.
W.
Johnson.-—
50.000
33,490
292,520
800
156,330 142,550
Suffolk G7
5,660
par 100
50-1150
®*t’28
72,270 Chase N„ N. Y.
East Randolph 502 Peoples State Bank dB®*M’91 R. T. Searle,
L. Glover______
Florence Hovey__
30.590 359,640
25,000
830
265,300
75,610
I Cattr’s Q4
18,510
1218-8% par-200 60-721
56,650 ChaseN., N.Y.; N.Chautauqua, Jamestown.
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. L. E. Covert
East Rochester
first National Bank .d®«J'12 A. H. Brown_____ B. R. Brwin___
Y.
D.
Archer_____
O.
R.
Erwin_
_
111,080
150.000
1,693,950 195,330 1,326,420 474,890 150,180 198,880 Chase N„ N. Y.; Genesee Valley Tr. Co.,
I Monroe L10 6627 $250-1J% par 100 re-915
Yale Parce
P. R. Longyear
East Roekaway
Rochester.
East Roekaway Nat’l Bank& Geo. J. Birch____ Arthur Eustace.. H. W. A. Helfrich, Ernest L. Dane.
100,000
50.590 668,900
72,820
349,380 296,930 132,460 113,530 Bk. of Am. N. A.. N. Y.
Nassau F7 4340 Trust Co.50-1112 dB®T»t’25
John B. Goldstein
Cash,
and
Tr.
Off,
A.C.
and A. Tr. Off.
$42,50 par 25
(Formerly East Roekaway Na­
tional Bank)
East Setauket.700 Tinker National Bank®»t’20 J. H. Macivor_____ Ward Melville
B. G. Dearborn—
25,000
28.170 282,820
1,300
113,760 155,570
25,870
42.080 Com Ex. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.
Suffolk 39
$*75-4%
60-1008
E. L. Tinker. Ch.
East Syracuse 4646 Bank of Bast Syracuse
M. V. White______ R, B. Porter —
Edward
H.
Dew..
Max
A.
Fix_______
75,000
132,580
1,387,770
99,530
948,980 653,630
60,150
Onondaga L15
32,120 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Oo., N. Y.; 1st Tr. ft Dep.
*97-3*% 50-1005
d®»:ri9
-------par 20
Co., Syracuse.
Ebeneier ......530 EbenezerState Bk— d®»tl’21 Wm. J. Daetsch .. T. E. Flemming__
Carl
J.
Lambein
...
50,000
85,110 1,155,680
4,630
484,540
617.230
88,520
I Brie N5
*l25-i2%+4% extra 50-1043
160,180
Irv.
Tr. Co. and Chase N„ N. Y.: Lib..
W. J. Onink. Jr.
par 25
Buffalo.
Eden...
.750 &mk of Eden_________»l}’23 N.W. Cheney_____ G. L. Priess___
H. A. Caskey_____ R. S. Welch..........
50,000
50,000 1,051,740
72,920
852,180 245,060
34,690
ErieNl
92,720 N. Y.Tr.Co., N.Y.: M ft T Tr. Co.. Buffalo.
*H®
50-1058
E. H. Davis
Edmeston____ 749 First National Bank .d®»t’87 U. G. Welch______ E. I. Johnson____
O.
W.
Horton_____
50.000
C.
E.
Quackenbush
108.040
1,021,490
17,240
342,040 752,860
32,310
Otsego 018
$305-10% par 100 50-724
70,050 Irv. Tr. and Chase N„ N. Y.i Syracuse
Edwards______562 Edwards National Bank
„
Tr., Syracuse.
Wm. Gardner____ E. C. Gregory .
E. 0. Gregory____
25,000
40,000 269,560
250,000
15,000 Chase N., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syra­
St.Lawrence F18
50-939
T«t’14
cuse.
Elba__________492 Bank of Elba_______ ®»tl’16 Wm. H. Cole____ A. C. Wilford____ George Pendergast
25,000
34.170 315,320
39,500
223,120 130,000
6,710
54,150 Chase N., N.Y.; 1st N., Batavia.
6% par 100 50-957
I Genesee L7
Eilenburg Depot State Bank of Eilenburg
O. D. Munsil_____ G. W. Gilbert..
D. M. Spencer____ F. C. Dominy___
50,000
56,860 618,460
49,100
493,680 233,710
13,680
33,360 Chase N.. N. Y.; Mnfrs/N., Troy.
50-1031
®*ti’20
Clinton C23 180 $225-8%
par 100
EllenrlUe____$280 Bienville Savings Bank JI'W Dwight Divine .... C. D. Divine H. F. Hoornbeek,
538,500 3,937,720
2.348,370 1,780,210 165,020 182,610 Chase N., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co., SyraUlster C4
A. V. Hoorn beek
Stc. and Tr.
Bds.and Mtges,
First Nat’l Bank & Trust Co. M. E. Clark______ H. W. Coons____ F. B. Hoornboek Anna B. Hoornbeek
100,000 117,070 363,860
57,000
346,120 160,270
$210-10% par 100 SS-tti dM’tt
17,720 113,830 ChaseN., N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr.Co.,
Hose NationalBirt — *871 George F. Andrews W. O. Rose______ Francis D. Andrews
Alb.
50,000 139,820 439,510 115,000
421.470 159,290
67,810
95,750 Chase N., N. Y,
■Uleottrllle....978 Bank of Ellicottville— sU'lS J. O. Clark______ W. J. Weller____ J. M. Junker__
Guy French..
100,000
84,610 1,103,320
21,580
591,000 569,720
23,200 125,590 Chase N„ N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co. and Lib­
I Oatttraugus P5 $60-4% par 20 66-726
Elmhurst____
(See S. T. Oftv. Boreuffc •/
erty. Buffalo.
Queens 06
Queens)
JOmtra___ 47,397 Chew uni canal Trust Oe. F. W. Swan_______ P. G. Kingston ___ F. B. Sackett------ ,
R. H. Gerdlnler.
800,000 2.152.170 10455 550 436,770 7.381,720 5.263,550 312,260 886.970 Chase N„ N. Y.; let N.. CM.; Phil. N„ Phil.
15% par 20 ♦60-111 dB®T»t*’*3
Chemung Q12
0. A. Bowman, Tr,
A. Tr.
E. We bb, Sec. and Tr. Off.; C. E Carpent er, A. Se c. and A Tr. Off,
Michael Del Papa__________ (Discontinued Octob er 3. 1930)
Elmira Sayings Bank—.•HU J.’
50-110

FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
& TRUST GO.
OF ELMIRA

13% par *5 50-108 dB®T*t’64

Henry 81m
mpson.__ M. A. Leahy, IV... Herbert C, Way,
Wilfrid I . Booth
Sec.

237,500 1,383,800 13658400

E. B. CROCKERi
v.p.

A. V.P.

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TV. Officer

Merc Hants Bran

4,644,630 1,794,640
(Bds.and
Mtges
418,700
3,274,300
ch% 10

141,730

248,650 Empire Tr. Oo.. N.Y.; Chemung Canal Tr.
Oo.. Elmira.

872,600 2.550,800 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., Irv. Tr. Co., Marine
Midland Tr. Co., and 1st N„ N. Y.; Cont.
Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; Phil. N.. Phila.;
-109 W. Water St 50-110)
Un. Tr. Co., Clev.; Marine Tr. Co., Buff.

Special attentlo n given Bill of La ding drafts, Cash and Time Items.
Please send 15c w ith each sight draft for presentation and 25c for Credit Repo rts.
.Send us your E lmlra Items.

Southside National Bank
0. E. Killinger___ W. G. Sweet_____
. H. O’Neil.
par 100
50-114
dB®’29
CASSATT & C0_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 JOHN H. VARSHALL. Manager_________
(Keeney Theater Bldg.)
Me mbers New York Stock Exchange.
:MPHILL> NOYES & CO,
(172 Lake St.) li’15 Underwriters a nd Distributors o ~ Investment Sec urltles.

ESTABLISHED

708,130 6,121,520

100,000

33,440

389,620

730

155,940

189,320

Wfye Cfrage J^attonal TPattfe

40,690

137,840 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Elmira.
Cassatt & Co., Philadelphia and New York.
Br. of N. Y. Private wire connection with
main office, branches and correspondents
in 48 cities.

OF

THE

CITY

OF NEW

YORK

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Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit'gran
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The ttand-ltfcNaUy tonkew
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers^ Ass n.

Tows and County . •Mem. A.B.A. nNew iState fPriv
JMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
•County Seats.
Ees.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
In No. 2 F. R. D. ♦Fed.
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

B is

President.

NEW YORK—Continued^
Ass’t Cashiek.

Cashiek.

Vice-President.

Buffalo Br.

Elmira Heights

Bank of Elmira Heights

O. N. Reynolds— I. T. Skeels.

J. Kopko.

A. W. Smiley .

50-1131
®t§ 27
(Branch of Elmira $225-9%
P. O.) par loo
Chemung Q12 5061
John R. Evers------ T. F. O’Rourke .— C. G. P. Knight—
T. Scott,
Elmsford___ .2935 First National Bank.d®»t’26 James
Ch.ofBd.andPres C. A. J. Yaeger
Westchester G6 $40 par 20 50-1124
H. G. Furry —-— J. L. Bagg-----------Endlcott.__ 16,231 ENDIC0TT NATIONAL BANK S. H. Ammerman.. E. B. Furry--------$150 par 100 50-1128 dB©»t 26
Broome Q15
KILLER. ^
6E0. W. JOHNSON- LL. BROWN. Tr... E.A.F. Tr.
(1 D.
G. WARNER.
and Tr. Off.
Ch.of Bd.andPres.
R.J.
MCDONALD,
a
Specialty,
and
Collections
ENDIC0TT TRUST CO. .
< Bills of Lading
A. Tr.
$450-10% ♦ 50-1003 dB®T»l
Kates Reason able.
) Prompt Service
R. L. BOWEN. A. Tr.
par 100
LA Progressive B ank.

Resources.
Bondi
Miscel­
and
B*ouriti*p laneous

Liabilities.
Surplus Depos­ Other
Pa.id-up
Liabili­
and
its
Capital Profits
ties

$ 60,000 $ 33,400 S 689,220 $

8,830 S 431,130 $ 133,(SO S

Principal

correspondents.

Cash & Ex­
changes,Doe
prom

Banks

11,720 S 215,560 N. City, N. Y.; 1st N. Bk. &Tr. Co., Elmira,

97,300 N. City and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

100.000

53,600

535,400

34,600

258,500

354,450

13,350

100.000

32,900

639,310

53,000

462,230

212,270

3,040

293,740 4,084,040

133,130

1,937,590 2,050,680

188,320

184,660 1,557,190

48,270

744,740

883,410

93,020

168,940 N. Y. Tr. Co., N. Y.

29,720

239,670

69,510

17,230

340

137,100

115,470

3,620

254,920 1,486,070

437,180

68,030

49,510 Chase N., N. Y.; Northern N. Y. Tr. Co..
Watertown.
35,140 Cent. Han. Bk.&Tr. Co.. N.Y.; Syracuse Tr.
Co.. Syracuse; Auburn Tr. Co., Auburn.
145,130 Am. Express Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Lin.; Alliance 1st N. Bk. & Tr.
Co.and Genesee Valley Tr.Co., Rochester.

100.000

147,670 Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st Tr .& Dep. Co., Syra­
cuse.
434,430 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

Off.

J. M. Payne, Tr.... F. A. Wheeler,
Union Trust Co.------ ®»t§’28 Frank C. Venner— F. E. Day------------- C. E. Brown. A. Tr.
A. Tr
Wm. S. Pierce
+ 50-879
H. G. Rogers-------- C. W. Crysler-------- H. A. Canell.------Evans Mills___514 Peoples Bank--------d®»+S’lB O. g. Pickard..
$80-6% par 50 55-1000
Jefferson G16
Wm. Burtless.
Fair Haven___562 Fair Haven National Bank R. W. Turner------- C. N. Dietel......... ...
$125 par 100 50-1117
®*'26
Cayuga L13
RA A.BRAMAN —
E. G. MCGINNIS (l. G. McGIHNIS —
H. FOOTER
D. K. WALLING.
Falrport_____ 4604 FAIRP0RT NATIONAL BANK \ J. I. GEORGE, Ch. LM.'BAHLEjf
Tr. Officer
HoWven b

B Monroe L10

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

100,000

37,500
25.000

21,580
6,170

287,110
259,810

100,000

103,860 1,677,630

50,000

41,650 1,340,280

20,030

994,320

228,560

64,420

164,650 Chase N.. N. Y.: N. Chautauqua Co.,
Jamestown; M & T Tr. Co., Buff.
145,870 Chase N..N.Y.

& TRUST C0.~dB®T*i H> ) SPECIAL ATTE
50-060

$250-12%

par 100

ILL OF LADING
Ldrafts, cash AND TIME ITE MS.

B. L. Hough..
Faleooer_____3579 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
220-8%,
’50-727
50-727 dB®*tl®00
B Chautauqua Q3 $-------

C. E. Olson---------- Melvin Olson------J. 8. Beylis--------- L. G. Fehlelsen.

75.000

26,000

620,510

422,370

170,480

C.E. Smith

125,130 1,133,120

A. P. Whitson.
Farmingdale. 3373 Bank of Farmingdale
8% par 100 ♦ 50-581 d®«il 07
Nassau H7
First Nat’l Bank—dB®Tt’07 J. F. Michel-------$350-12% par loo 50-680
(See N. T. Cttv, Borough of Queens)
Far Rockaway
Queens Q6
Fayetteville, _ 2008 Fayetteville Commercial Bk. J. C. Maurer............
50-995 d®*+l’19
Onondaga L15 $175-6%
par 100
0. E. Haines_____
Fillmore_____ 488 State Bank of Fillmore
60-728 d®*tl’80
B Allegany P7
rubldll______ 553 Fiahkfll Sav. Institute.. ®S'67 J. S. Warren------50-T28
Dntchess D5 4H%

Ernest Hackwita. Fred L. Keller..

100.000

167,310 1,893,000

56,000 1,025,380

883,440

49,410

W. H. Trou-----C. L. Watkins

258,090 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Market St. N.. Phil.;
Mellon N„ Pitt.

459,240

192,840

39.160

26,400 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. & Dep. Co.,
Syracuse.

par

F. F. Jenkins

100

G. J. Bryan---------- B. D. Zlnsmeister. L. K. Rogers.
Cash, and V. P.
W. O. Ladd

50,000

31.210

516,930

119,520

H. A. Gelser_____ C. H. Ward---------- L. S. Gleason.

25,000

50,680

587,470

26,620

149.210 1,467,760

0. D. Sherwood— James W. Terry. Alethea H. Terry.
A. Tr.
Sec. and Tr.
John Rapelje

Crawford Lasher.. John F. Kelly------ Melvin J. Fuller __
Flelschmanns 495 First National BankdB®»t’07 Geo. A. SpeenPaul A. Pulty
burgh
50-633
Delaware A3

25,000

27,050

382,230

89,930

380,530

258,200

8,870

42,170 Chase N.. N. Y.; Marine Tr. Oo.. Buffalo.

1,099,060

432,150

32,540

53.230 Chase N., N. Y.; Matteawan N. and Fishkill N.. Beacon; 1st N.. Poughkeepsie.

275,690

184,780

16.160

47.590 Chase N., N. Y.

Walter I. Sherman F. J. Heller..............
Florence M.Grunow

200.000

161,400 2,110,040

100,030 1,213,760

953.870

229,610

174.230 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

C. H. Van Nostrand G. B. Remsen-------Floral Park Bank—®T*t#'08 J. F. Klein--------- C. H. VanNostrand J. J. Croak, Tr. Off.
J. Croak
William H. Parry
u%
♦ 50-730
C. E. Mars.
C.
P.
DeKay-------K. Roe_______
Merida______ 582 Florida National Bank
Otis Vail
$150-8%
50-731
d@»m
Orange E3
par 100
MushlncQueensF6 (See N. T. City, Borough of Queens)
J. A. McGlbbon
J. Ledlie Hees— B. F. Spraker------- J. J. Veeder------- H. H. Shinamau
•Fonda ____ 1170 Nat. Mohawk River Bank
50-732 B®T»t’56
Montgomery M21 $200-12%
(See N. Y. City. Borough of Queens)
rarest mils
Queens F6
F. Miller-------- O. W. Knapp------ R. D. Rider...
FarestvlUe.... 677 First National Bank d©»t'13 R. B. Martin.......... W.
John W. Hall
$130-3% par 100 50-733

100,000

230,380 2,645,520

212,910 2,078,430

764,480

102,700

243,180 Nassau N., N. Y.

Floral Park .10,016
Nassau H6

RST NATIONAL BANK & David Hill.
TR. CO........50-1068-®T»t’2S

John G. Snyder—
Louis W. Cheney

B Chautauqua P3
James MacArtney T. A. Chisholm—
Fort Covington Fort Covington Bkg.Co..t'06 Wm. N.MacArtaey
50-734
Franklin C20 764
J. R. MacMurray .. C. E. Wood--------A. P. Hill-------Fort Edward. 3850 Fort Edward Nat'l Bk.
d®*t'85
Washington K24 9% par 100 50-785


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100,000

100,000

838,180

125,000

810,460

169.870

47,960

69,610 Chase N., N. Y.

140,290 1,461,000

100,000

265,520 1,393,290

32.500

109,970 Chase N.. N. Y.

34,730

40,000

9,990

403,440

32,120

307,930

108,950

15,410

53,260 N. City, N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

18,000

35.440

278.900

10,000

209.923

83.340

10,300

38,770 Chase N., N. Y.; Peo. Tr. Co.. Malone; 1st
Tr. Co’.. Alb.

75.000

157,710

749,750

52,830

213,220

691,200

65.500

65,370 Chase N..N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.; Bk, of
Toronto, Montreal, Que.

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to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and oouictt.
‘County Seats.
No. 2 Fed.Res.Dist,
B Is Buffalo Br.

•Mem.A.B’ A.»New § State tPrb
t-Mem. State B. Ass’n.
fEstab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div

PsKsisnrr.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In-

NEW YORK—Continued

Vicc-PRisiDurr.

Cashier.

8 Dbpos- Othek
Paid-ui SURPLU
AND
Liarili
Capita ^ Profit
s
ITS
TIES

Ass’T Cashier1..

in b«* of this
Laws.

------iimuATS, BID.,

Liabilities.

Resources.
Loans
Bonds
Miscbl- Cam* Sx ■
and
and
Diaoount ■ Saouriti* B LANBOU aman,Di>
TMjQM Bahki

Fort riatn____2725 Farmers & Mechanics Bank_ {Closed August 8, 19
31)
Montgomery M10

Frankfort.__ 4203

Herkimer M18

Franklin____ 451
Delaware P18
Franklin Square
Nassau H17 612
Franklin vtlle. 2021
B Cattaraugus P6

B

Fort Plain National Bank
F. S. Haslett__
10%
50-536
®T»t’39
Citizens First National Bank H. L. Wilbur_____
t4o-7%
50-927 dB®T»t'86 G. B. Durell, Ch.
par 20
A.W. Albones.F.P
First National Bank_d®»t’65 E. C. Stewart_____
$220-6% par 100 50-737
Franklin Square Nat’l Bk.
A. C. Phillips.
$150 par 100 50-1126 dB®»I'26
Union National Bank -..•t'82
C. Fay____
50-738

George Duffy_____ John Rattler...
J. R. Fox______
J. L. Moore
Clare Richards
S. Bridenbecker. W. C. Rich,
F. J. Tine
Cash, and Tr, Off.
F. M. Dodge
E. L. Rowell______
Fred Schilling.
J. H. Mirschel
G. W. G. Ferris.

.. $ 200,001) $ 222,58

$
3,242,02 0 S

..

1,747,60

143.15C

844,84

ff.

Nassau 17

$55-20%

50-1010 d®T»ri9

WM.J. DUANE......
W. H. RUNCIE, Ch. ROBT

A progressive b

ank.

ISON

76,13 $ 491.08C Gty. Tr. Co. and ChaseN„ N.Y.: Lib., Buff.
83,37

50.00C

64,73

461,38

164.42C

369,84

312,93

11.60C

46.65C Chase N.. N. Y.

100.00C

29.16C

810,10C

59.510

433.70C

405.78C

92.77C

66.53C Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co., N.Y.

A. R. Haeberle.__

r.

75.00C

155,39C

685.29C

157,440

641,50C

284.99C

94.29C

52,350 N. City, N. Y.; M & T Tr„ Buffalo.

200,000

112,300 2.002.25C

15,000

1.302.47C

704,930

151.40C

100,000

55,460 1,133,340

102,500

750,25C

434,790

64,030

100,000

187,180 2.636,350

143,410

1,858,890

800,540

105,910

301,590 Chatham Phenix N. Bk. A Tr. Co.. N. Y.

305,750 3,966,010

279,280

2.723,520 1,404,810

348,950

323,770 Chasa N„ Irv. Tr.. and N. City, N. Y.

195.700 3.453,560

67,200

1,768.750 1,704,690

231,750

211,260 Chase N„ Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co.,
Kings Co. Tr. Co., and lrv.Tr. Co., N. Y.

PERCY R. SMITH_ _ F. W,.PITCHER —
ALICE L. FRASER

.

L. B. Cassin
$300-12% par 100
Tr. Off.
Freeport Bank.........d®»tf'92 William E. Golder John J. Randall... m
W. C. Rhodes_____ Oscar W. Valentii e
$500-12% par 100 50-452
H. B. Smith, A. C. H. L. Wells
Fresh Ponds____ (See N. F. City, Borough 0} Queens)

200,000

(Brooklyn P. O.)

Queen F6
Friendship... 1154 Union National Bank _.»t'17
F. C. Mulkin______ H. B. Drake______ H. L. Blossom____
B Allegany Q7 10%
50-609
Fulton.......... 12,462 Citizens National Bk, & Trust H. A. Wilson_____
M. C, Mason
F. B. Dilts________ M. D. Goodfellow.
Oswego K13
Co---------- 50-335__d®T»t'«5
H. L. Paddock, Ch. M. F. W. Hanson

.

W. P. Morin, V. P.

100,000

456,840

90,540

274,320 2,957,340

126,500

100,000

145,180 2,998,530

687,170 4,299,350

N. L. WHITAKER .. F. C. ASH_ _ _ _ _ _ _ C. E. BIXBY,
J. T. SULLIVAL ..
J. R. SULLIVAN
V. P. and Sec.
Special attentlo n given Bill of La ding drafts, Cash W. H. STRATTON, A,

and Time Items.
$240-10%par 100
Please send 25c tvi th each sight draft fo r presentation and 5 0c
for Credit Reports.
Fultonvllle....831 Fultonviile National Bank
H. A. DeGraff____ R. A. Brace____
O. F. Cenable_____
Montgomery M21 $120-8% par 100 50-739 d B ® »t ’ 83
Gainesville.__ 270 Gainesville National Bk.
F. M. Bristol_____ G. S. Skiff.................. I. G. Botsford____
B Wyoming 07 $200-10% par 100 50-740 d®»t'01
Garden City..7180

miiittZiauini

G. L. Hnbbell..
James Addison___
A. E. Whitney
1115-6% par 25 50-1063
Gasport_____ 532 First National Bank...®«’14 C. J. Mack____
G. M. Dale
$260-10% par 100 50-943
B Niagara L6
‘Geneseo____ 2261 Genesee Valley National Bk. J. W. Wadsworth, L. R. Doty________
& Tr. Co...50-741 -!d®T»t’52
B Livingston N8
Jr. C. G. Niebank,
Nassau H7

E. A. Nash, See.

M.S. Randall, A. Sec.

A. F. Keough.

See. and

GENEVA TRUST GO.
$110-12%

par 50

50-291 d®T»l§’19

NATIONAL BANK
OF GENEVA
$135-5% par 100 50-293 d®»tl817

ESTABLISHED

1877


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11,760
10,210

3,191,170 1,357,410

149,860

2,053,570

792,620

34,410

84,740 Chase N.. N.Y.
453,810 Irv. Tr. Co.. N.Y.
288,080 Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st Tr. & Dep. Co..
Syracuse.
426,280 Chase N. and N. Y. Tr. Co., N, Y.; 1st Tr.
& Dap., Syracuse.

74,930

420,030

41.370

154,900

373.180

32.010

31,490

503.980

25,000

303,490

226,550

4,900

61,400 1,566,650

601,730

229.690

123,720

6,120

2.060,270 1,396,110

221,070

648,090 3ty. Tr. Co.. Irv. Tr. Co., and Chase N„
N. Y.; MarineTr. and M &T Tr., Buffalo.

735,960

98,800

153.410 Jty. Tr. Co., N. Y.: Geneva Tr. Oo. and
N. Bk. of Geneva, Geneva.

70,980 2.160,880 2.256,510

353,621

625,300 Sty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Canadian Bk.

150,000

200,000

See, and Tr.

THOMAS H. CHEW. F. W. WHITWELL— E. S. SIGLARi Tr.— H. D. MARSHALL.Sec.
T. J. SMITH
C. H. PIERCE, Tr. Off. A. 6. ROGERS.A.Sec.
MARION BRADLEY,

189,540

142,220 Chase N„ N. Y.

50,000

26,000

H. E. Ritchie........... K. M. Doty...........
Wm. M. Shirley.
F. B. Linfoot

A.Tr.

63.190

441,000

1,619,400 1,399,730

170,760 N. City and Guaranty Tr. Co.. N. Y.;
Marine Tr. Oo., Buffalo.

25,000

$ 100-12 H%
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
Exec.
Tr. Off.
Geneva.......... 16,053 Geneva Savings Bank.®»§’10 John Parmen ter... H. A. Wheat_____ L. E. Sprlngstead,
50-294

Ontario Mil

79,670

125.000

par 20
Fulton Savings Bank .®«S'71 A. I. Morton_____ Watson A. Butts...
Ramon F. Lewis,
4M%
50-336
W. J. Lovejoy
Sec. and Tr.

OSWEGO COUNTY TRUST
CO____ 50-334—d®T*t§’17

122.58C Bkrs. Tr Co., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.,
Syracuse.

..

Thoroughly eq uipped to handle all banking matt ers entrusted t
us.
Prompt Service . Reasonable ch
First National Bank & Trust E. S. Randall____ J. K. Eldridge____ argea. Send ua your Freeport I e ms.
Wm. F. Kraft. Jr.. G. E. Heming___
250.000
Co.......... 50-453.__ d®T»r05
C. M. Foremaa
G. E. Heming,

par 10

1.017,77

-

E. L. Colvin_______ A. R. Maytum____ H. L. Cumming___
Ohautauaua P3 6% par 100 ♦ 50-431 dB®T»t*'06
Henry Leworthy, R. P. Ross,
Stock Tr
A. Cash, c
c.
RATIONAL BANK OF
G. P. Crandall......... F. C. F. Sievert.. E. A. Rouse_______
H. M. Wink____ _
FRIDONIASO 432 dB®W08
G. P. Crandall,
Russell Blodgett,
$180-10% par 100
Tr. Off. A. C.and A.Tr, C f.
(*Members Dunkirk-Fredonia Clearing Rouse)

CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK

77,82

s

l 911,34 0 2,280,78 $

R. E. Johnson____ Lloyd Flint.

‘citizens trust company

Freeport.... 15.467

100,00

94.72C

250.000

198,940 2,242,190
4,760

274,450

84,180

366,680 3,458,450

300,410

275.200 2,746,500

1,300

278.810 4,796,520

228,070

2,033,980

26,240 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.
50,530 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.
254.450 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Market St. N„ Phil.
30,470 Chase N.. N. Y.; M & T Tr., Buffalo.

of Com., Toronto.

A. Tr. Off.

W. J. HUMPHREYOLDE8T BANK IN GENEVA.
ESTABLISHED 1817.

W. H. ROGERS_ _ _ _

imm-

300,000

111,560 3,142,800

919 1.958,970 1,004,340

209,900

382,050 Chase N., N. Y.; Phil. N., Phil.

E‘

TEfte Cftage jgattonal 15anfe

OF

THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank In U. 8. exclusively by The Band-McNaUy Bankers’
JL IaU Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass n.
1 i

Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.oNew SState tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n.
[Estab.
•County Seats.
No.2 Fed.Res.Dist. ♦Fed. Bes.Depts:T-Tru8t B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

President.

Vice-President.

Resources.
Cashier.

Genoa________457 First National Bank_________ 0Suspended business June 30. 1931)
Cayuga N13
Germantown __850 Germantown National Bank R. R. Livingston.. 0. H. Rockefeller.
*150 par 100 50-1054 d®«t’22
Columbia A6

Ass’t Cashier.

Principal

______________

50,000

6,260

316,770

180,280 S 346,110

133,290

36,410

100.000

64,640

865,560

14,050

300,960

595,170

28,050

120,080 N

200.000

637,380 4,883,870

105,020 1,824,730 3,405.050

359,730

236,760 E

100,000

190,840 2,185,710

35,000 1,028.300 1,083,420

142,660

h City and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.
257,150 N.

260,500

25,400

500,000

5,200

136,400 2,393,140 11245 790

277,060

50.000

42,700

220,000

9,415,140 3,320,340
422,960

*78-17%
par 20

300,850 1,016.060 I f. City and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Oont. I1L
Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Alb.
91,400 C
109,510

298.300 1,545,800

100,150 1,420,390

Louis F. Hyde .... W. T. Cowles_____ G. F. Wetmore.—
E. H. Sheldon

100,000

873,130 6.933,380

200,240 4,866,780 1,816,190

C. P. Wendell____ E. Van Denburgh—
Wm. B. McLaren.
V. P. and Tr. Off.

500.000

465,230 5,618,740

541,840 3,843,740 2,227.960

65.000

989,110 I v. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. Y. State N. and 1st
Tr. Co., Alb.

■MR- HARRY Gill

500.000

300,000 4,646,040

319,160 3,631,280 1,564,740

437,990

222,680 Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.; Un. Tr. Co., Clev.

350,000

298,120 2,093,130

45,440 1,728,520

515,840

171,070

371,260

188,890

371,970

10,160

2,039,560

810,500

62,260

BANK &

R. H. SHEW.
*62-14% par 20

dB®T«t'52
50-213

FRANK _
F. E. BILL........AM...

V. P. and Tr. Off.

Trust Company of Fulton Co E. 0. Naylor-------A. H. Rogers
*200-7H% ♦50-215 d®T»tl'17
par 100

•Goshen_____ 2891 Goshen National Bk..B®*t*63 Joseph Merritt. C. S. Edsall_____
*110-6% par 100 50-521
Orange E4
Ralph L. McGeocl
Goshen Savings Bank..*I5’71 H. B. Smith___
G. H. Bennet
*100-4 M%
50-522
Nat. Bank of Orange County F. W. Murray. Jr— 0. S. Edsall_____
20% par 25 50-520 dR®T *tl812
Gouverneur.. 4015 Bankof Gouverneur d®T«t§79 J. O. Sheldon_____ D. G. Scholton ..
St. Lawrence F17 *400-20% par 100 50-460
First National Bank—d«t’81 Nelson R. Caswell.
*150-8% par 100 50-470
Go wanda„...3042
I Cattaraugus 04
Grand Gorge..270
Delaware P21
Granville____3483
Washington K25

N..N.Y.
C
162,970 1,260,810 Chase

A. Tr. Off.
F.P.Rightmyer.Tr. L. V. Baird, Sec....
H.L.Bowers. A. Tr. F. P. Rightmyer,
Tr. Off.
H. L. Jackson____ R. R. Smith______
H. B. Smith. Tr.... H. R. Makuen.
Sec, and A. Tr.
W.J. Tuthill, A.Sec
Herbert Senger.— Geo. Luft, Jr.____
G. W. Evans,
A. C. and Tr. Off.
W. A. Streeter.— Arthur P. Mason ..

B A N ailartB
Bank of Gowanda ..d®«t5’81 F. E. Bard________
*300-12)4% par 100 50-744
W. H. Bard. Ch.
First National Bank ..d®«'05 Charles Harley— O. A. Maynard___
*325-10% par 100 50-745
E. R. Norton_____ H. J. Stevens...
Farmers National Bank
~ E. R. Hanna, A. C.
par 100
50-483 d®*t'84
D. D. Woodard.__ R. O. Owens....
Granville National Bank
par 100
50-482 d®*+75
. S. M. Rising_____
Washington County Nat. Bk. L. F. Phelps--------par 100
50-484
d®T*t'04
of
Richmond)
(See New York City, Borough

J. R. Stevens ___
E. T. White
E. M. Tyler. ___
Anna Williams.—

Great Kills ....
Richmond D3
Great Neck ...4010 Bank of Great Neck.d®t5’06 W. G. Genner____ D. S. Woolley-------. G. H. Brunstetter . Geo. P. Ninesling
*435-16%
50-746
Nassau H6
par 100

First Nat'l Bank of Great W. Bockstahler__ R. J. Kiesling .—
J. G. Williams
Neck at Great Neck Station
*65 par 20 50-1103 d®< 25
. Charles Mangan.
F. C. Gilsey_____
Great Neck Trust Co
Set
James K. Ryan
*60-17)4% 50-955 dB®Tt515


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N. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.
I
92.000 Harriman

100,000

J. M. Thompson__ C. L. Smith______
.d®W87 Charles N. Harris, F. H. Harris
Ch.
50-214

6 TRUST CO.-

Tr. Co.. N. Y.
37,500 Irv.
I
______ O

12% par 100

Gioversvllle .23,099
Fulton M21

correspondents.

Cash A ExBond*
Loana
Miscel­ hamm^Dus
Paid-up £Surplus Depos­ Other
and
and
Liabili­ Diaoounta
laneous nu>M Bajtxs
AND
its
laauritiaa
Capital Profits
ties

Ww. Haukey
Gilbertsvllle__ 362 E. 0. Brewer Co.______ •t’68 Ohas. R. Brewer
50-743
Otseco P17
Glen Cove...11,450 First National Bank.d®*t’27 H. L. Hedger_____ J. E. Burns_______ M. H. Rudyard.... Ralph Pontif ex.—
par 100
50-371
Maurice Steisel
Nassau G6
R. M. Van Cott,S«c. H. V. A. Wait,
Glen Cove Trust Co.
F. E. Montfort.__ S. J. Seaman__
A. Sec.
W. W. Bouton,
1650-20%
50-369 d®T»t§’92 W. H. Seaman. Ch. T. J. Watkins
A. Tr. Off.
par lOo
Nassau Union Bank_.®«ti’02 H. G. Hayward___ H.GordonHayward G. E. Bouton______ j. W. MacGeorge..
1500-0%+4% extra 50-370
J. E. O. Sherwood,
Ch,
par 100
(See New York City, Borough, of Queens)
Glendale_____
Queens D4
Glen Head.__ 687 First National Bank—.d®'27 G. T. Powell____ Harry Tappen------ R. 8. Miller . .
*200 par 100 50-1133
Nassau H7
J. A. Koch, Jr.____
Glens Falls. 18.531 First National Bk.dR®T*i'54 Maurice Hoopes — B. B. Fowler_____ G. E. Salford
G. H. Leicht
*800-28% par 50 50-256
W. M. Bowden,
Warren K24
A. to Pres.
James MePhillips Wm. B. Lavarnway S. A. Morrill Tr.... J.E. Bazinet, A.IV.
GLENS FALLS
10%
50-258 dB®T«t5*97 W.AJBuppuch.V.P. A. L. Sitterley

NATIONAL BANK OF GLENS D.H. Cowles.
FALLS--50-255 -d®T«t’51

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.). Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back or this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

55.000

73,850

403,570

82.500

Tr. Co., Syracuse.

43,890 Chase N.. N. Y.

110,000

491,100 1,467,620

228,170

755,600 1,330.490

27,810

100,000

209,490 2,463,530

103,200 1,617,300 1,076,620

23,810

200,000

112,890 2,392,700

32,870

100,000

156,270 1,814,290

274,870 2,386,600 200,000
(Lns.and (U. s.
Secur.) Secur.)
720 1,192,850 520,140

hase N..Gty. Tr. Co. and Em
N. Y.: Goshen N., Goshen,
182,990 rv. Tr. Co.. Bkrs. Tr. Co.,
N..N. Y.
158,490 lent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and
Y.: N. Y. Stats N., Alb.
361.000

20,220

338,090

50.000

703,000

30,000

315,000

498,000

4,000

112,590 1,931,850

126,760

1,600,430

438,030

104,660

714,660

90,000

553,570

246,700

22,050

948,120

4,400

590,720

375,520

73,380

150,00(

231.20C 2.233.90C

24,360

922.13C 1,268,790

50.83C

397,710 Chase N., N. Y.

100,00(

124.89C

969.34C

138,790

906,550

253,72C

76.98C

96,020 Chase N., N. Y.

200,0(8

238,98( 2,032,75

17,440

801,32

1,192,47(

96,45(

398.930 Chase N» N. Y

352,690 2,711,140

100.000
50,000
100.000

116,000

42,480
67,530

151,510

Buff. Br.). Buffalo.
82,000 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

128,180 Chase N.. N. Y.
74,820 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Mnfrs. N.. Troy; N. Y.
State N., Alb.
80,420 Chase N., N. Y.

1191
1141

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by Tbe Kand-MeNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County. •Mem. A.B. A. nNew §State fPrlv.

‘County Seats.
In No. 2 F. R. D
B is Buffalo Br.

tMem. State B. Ass'n.

[Estab.

♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

President.

Vice-President,

Cashier.

Paid-ci Stjhplu
AND
Cafitai
PBOFITt

Ass’t Cashier

W. E. White______ E. W. Camp______ Chas. J. Gray... .. S
R. L. Gross

Green Island Bank.dB©+8’28 S. E. Aronowitz.__ J. J. McNulty_____ H. F. Inglis..............
par 100
50-1153
H. S. Harp. V. P
Addison Keim
J. E. Grady, Sec,
First National Bank. d®»2’64 G. O. Adams______ F. B. Corey______ P. H. Adams___
1300-20% par too 50-611
Peoples National Bank
D. W. Tuthill_____ Fred Klipp______ I. L. Price________
(300-10% par 100 50-519 ®«fl4

Greenwich.__2290
Washington L24
Greenwood___500
Steuben Q9
Griffin Corners...
Delaware P19
Groton______ 2004
Tompkins 014

Thomas Price

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

par 100

50-590

rF. C. ATWOOD

F. A. BEGENT.

W.B.GALE,

C. 0. RH0DE1
M. M. GALE

I Collections glv
dB®*f65 ) Prompt remitt en special attest leu.
anees. Beasonab le chargee.
LSfflfD US YOU B GROTON ITE MB.

50.00()$

thek
Dnroe- LOiabili
­
XTS
ties

25.95 $1004 95(

„

100.<XX

-

50.00C

135.65C

874.54C

.

50.000

148.71C

677,33C

50.000

181,930

25,000

47.600

100,000

113,910

25.000

20,920

First National Bank dB®*t'U Judson Edle___
T. J. Eldredge___ B. J. Pratt.
(200-12% par 200 50-748
First National Bank___t»'06 W. O. Sloe am____ J. K. Miller..
R.P. Helly ...
50-749
(See Fleishmanna)
$175-10%

Yuiume.

Liabilities.

Greene______ 1379 First National Bank
C. 8. Bryant__
Chenango P16
$200-8%par too 50-1052 d®«t’22
Green Island 4331
(Troy P. O.)
Albany N 23
Greenport___3062
Suffolk FU

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (la
dexed Acoes.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back of this

NEW YORK—Continued

_

Grovcland........ 270 Groveland State Bank
M, L. Gamble____ J. E. Donley______ Ghas. A. Brown___
B Livingston 09 IHO-6%
50-983
®*t5*23

$ 558,77

72,63( 1,780,49( $ 163,130

$ 356.38C)$

28,01()$ 137,75 Irv. Tr. Co.. N.Y.

636.0CX 1.390,89C

22.66C

79,100

591,29C

399,72C

15.44C

48,120

376.70C

459,716

20.06C

962,990

49,480

461,190

623,890

40,500

304.570

25.000

109.940

241.160

5.910

906.600

104,020

489.070

596.860

20,120

211.340

3,500

154,240

80,360

2,450

par 100

Hamburg____4731 Bank of Hamburgh
C. B. Krcnenberg.. W. M. Seeger..
B
Erie N4
$125-12% 50-562 dB®T»*l'83 J. C. Trefts. Ch.

J. J. Sullivan____

PEOPLES BANK
$190-15%
par 50

50-568

dT»t5'91

.

H.R.STRATEMEIER H.A. 1LEY- - - - - - - - - - GORDON S. MOHR—

mum-

118,81C Chase N„ N. Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb,
45.14C Chase N„ N. Y.
118,460 1st N„ N. Y.: Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracuse.

23,720 Chase N„ N. Y.; M & T Tr„ Buffalo;
Cent. Tr. Co., Rochester.

320,000 3.273,780

89,000 1,885,200 1,086,680

757,690

153,210 N. Y. Tr.Co., N. Y.; Lib. Bk„ Buffalo.

190.009

232,540 2.488,120

48,390 1.639,380

884.360

198,900

146.410 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Marine
Tr. Co. and Liberty, Buffalo.

SEND US Y OUR COLLE CTIONS.

H. L. Eckert_____ C. T. Hill is______

Hammondsport Bank of Hammondsport
L. J. Masson______ W. E. Hunter____ W. B. Hunter_____ H. R. Smith_____
Steuben P10 1063
♦ 50-751 ®«tl'1900
IlamptonBaysloOO HamptonBays NationalBank W. W. Hubbard... Adam Mailer_____
F. C. Orth_______ H. S. Bussanih___
Suffolk Oil
$250-6%par 100 50-1127 d®T»’26
Julias Keller
Hancock_____ 1427 First National Bank.®T*t'97 W.J. Merwln_____
C. E. Hulbert____ C.A. Rogers..
R. A. Forester___
Delaware R18
$215-10%
59-762
Hankins.............150 First National Bank d®»t’24 P. F. Gottschalk.
Sullivan Cl
$165 par 100 50-1087
Harrison_____ 8500 First National Bankd®*2’24 B. I. Taylor______
Westchester G6 $260 par 100 50-1097
Harrlsvllle____ 896 First National Bank .d®»t’16 J. L. Homes______
Lewis G18
12% par 100 50-961
Hartsdale____ 740 Hartsdale National Bank
Westchester G6 $650-5%par 100 50-1105 ©st’25 Edward Raymond.
Hartwlck_____ 605 Hartwick National Bank
O. 8. Bareh______
Otsego 018
$140-7% par 100 50-753 dB®«t’20
Hastlngs-upon- First National Bank
Jerome Bradley__
Hudson___ 7097
69-764 d®T«T97
Westch’r G5
Haverstraw...5621 National Bank of Haverstraw H. N. Wood______
Rockland F5
15% parlOO&Tr.Co. 50-414W71

C. C. Hoffmann—
M. C. Armstrong

W. V, Dexter.

75.000
110.000
25,000

26.070

480,850

91,280

172,730 1,992.050

102,960

39,690

437,640

130,830

19,290

692.460 1.459,760

6,100

219,420 irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Alb.

35,430 Chase N„ N. Y.

555.190

45.570

281,720

297,220

36,660

49,860 N. Bk. of Ogdensburg, Ogdensburg; Syra­
cuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

156,130 1.001,670

14.000

709,320

384.800

30,340

97,340 Bk. of America N. A.. N. Y.

100,000

121,560

616,840

72,450

270,500

505,720

20,230

100,000

149.650 1.225.240

90,000

831,410

616,090

18,750

98,630 Chase Nh N. Y.; Corn Ex. N. Bk. & Tr. Co..

3,000

70,350

177,960

12,530

26,470 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

50,000

25.000

1,660

257,650

114,400 Chase N„ N. Y.

J. 8. Brown______ F. Sander mann.... Thos. B. Moran.__
Macaulay Hamilton
Wm. H. Miller.
F. E. Whipple____ G. W. Hart_______

30.000 1.343.600

604.270

50,010

359,830 N. Y. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

25.000

40.120

336,240

49,050

175,620

212.470

14,160

E. T. Holsapple ... E. M. Hoffmann ... W. H. Hay________

50.000

87,840

893,810

7.200

261,000

530,050

101,200

48,150 Chase N„ N. Y.: Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracnse.
146,500 Chase N„ N. Y.

54.820

525.780

E. L. Sergent_____ H. D. Biiderbeck. B. L. Fuller_____

75,000

25.000

122,380 2.130.330

57.050

290,770

302.550

13,420

F. E. Curry_______ W. H. Edwards.__

100.000

170.430 1.630.430

21.2501

829,720

882.070

89,520

120,800 Ohase N„ N. Y.

W. 8, Hamilton___ John R.Schreeder. O. N. Brownell.

100.000

235,970 1,909,620

95,000 1,202,210

693,200

63,110

382.070 N. Y. Tr. Co. and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

125.000

343,640 1.426,660

95,000

522,140

110,920

PEOPLES BARK ..dB®T*»’87 H. 11. PURDY- - - - - - - - J. H. MORRISSEY__ C. F. FREYFOGLE__ D. F. LAKE_ _ _ _ _ _
$115-20% par 50-415
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67,690 Chase N.« N. Y.

Banking in all its branc hes receives prompt and
caret ill att entlo n.

Hamilton........1700 National Hamilton Bank
J. J. Feeley_______ G. W. Berry______ T. U. Wedge _____ S. S. Wilcox_____
Madison N17
$200-10% par 100 50-750 d®«f52 Chas. J. Griswold.
Ch. of Bd
Hammond
364 Citizens National Bank®«t’12 T. A. Lewis_____
Robert Smith
L. R. Smith______ Francis Maloy___
St. Lawrence E16 $165-6%
50-920

1877

132.84C 1st N„ N. Y.

MAI

Hamden_____380 First National Bk...d®»t’21 M. S. Crawford__
Delaware A1
50-1044

ESTABLISHED

66,70 N. City. N. Y.: 1st Tr. Co.. Alb,

200,000

D. C. Pierce

par 25

ror i nserw nascs, Holidays, etc., see laws.

Resources.
Uui
Bond*
Miscel­ Gaam t Sr
and
DUoouat BMuriti* laneous Q»*ieM,l>p
non Bajekj

1.210,190

vft)e Cfiage jgattotial Mmk

55,410 )hase N„ N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

147,060 irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Oo„

OF

THE

CITY

OF NEW

YORK

1122

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
JMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Vice-President.

President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

tHerklmer ..10,446
Herkimer L19
Hermon......... 527
St. Lawrence E18
Heuvelton____578
St. Lawrence E17
Hicksvllle___ 2500
Nassau H7

83,500

421,500 Chase N„ Bkrs. Tr. Co., and Bank of Man­
hattan Tr. Co., N. Y.

325,790

84,680

332,500 3,350,400
21,590

682,280

313,340

65,660

59,490

Robert Earl--------- Charles Bell______ A. E. Bray ton .— A. R. Elwood_____
G. F. Wallace
Coria Mattoon........
E. A. Conant____ H. L. Wallace.__

200,000

127,000 2,495,900

506,150 2,277,700

638,190

275,860

25,000

61,660

654,230

24,700

280,510

400,910

21,000

Stanley Lake-------

50,000

49,360

697,110

79,720

212,940

572,800

17,600

Daniel Underhill. Henry Sengstackei Joseph J. Ulmer .. C. E. Colthurst___
Henry C. Stolz

100,000

369,680 2,744,120

1,173,290 1,679,750

20,000

60,000

108,130 1,213,180

E. H. Fletcher__

PEOPLES-FIRST NATIONAL
BANK-............— dB®T*t'80

Hornell____16,250
Steuben P9

CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK &
$275-12% .TRUST C0.-d®T»t’8l

C.S. Blood----------

{

E. SHAW.. . . . . .
n. J. HOFFMAN
S. T. FLANSBURGH

ARTHUR A. McLINDEN

25,000
150,000

{ L. F. WHEATLEY,

340,640

134.580

357,770 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. Y. State N.. Alb.
137.290 N. City, N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.
63,170 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N„ Canton.
72,850 Chase N..N.Y.
340,750 Cent. Han. Bk, & Tr. Co., Chem. Bk. &
Tr. Co., and Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co.,
N. Y.
64,290 Irv. Tr. Co. and N. City, N. Y.
22,670 Chase N.,N. Y.; N.Com'l Bk. & Tr. Co., Alb.

377.140

100,000 2,310,000

1,920,000

224,000

416,000 Bkrs. Tr. Co.. Chase N„ and Cent. Han. Bk.
&Tr. Co.. N. Y.

31,850

905,520

505,810

256,210

241,940

100.000

124,210

486,670

578,530

153,150

26,540

52,560 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Union Tr, Co., Roch­
ester; Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.
42,080 Chase N., N. Y.

100,000

82,430

757,580

355,270

534,140

18,750

81,840 Chase N„ N. Y.

673,970

433,470

294,630

14,410

63,590 Chase N.. N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co.. Buffalo.

591,250

190,650

458,910

9,240

60,000

87,800 1,270,040

1,019,090

347,210

40,690

74,650 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Citiz. Tr. Co. (City
Br.), Utica.
66,600 Chase N.. N. Y.; M & T Tr.. Buffalo,

100,000

85,760 1,566,520

700,630

930,500

3,020

168,130 lstN.,N. Y.; 1st Tr. &Dep.Co„ Syracuse.

497,230

277.790

15,350

77,190 Chase N„ N. Y.; Cent. Tr. Co., Rochester.

400,420 4,410,150

301,7600 1,336,170 3,397,730

53,970

524,460 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N, Y.: N. Com’l
Bk. & Tr. Co.. Alb.; Mnfrs. N„ Troy.

200,520 2,606,140

113,9900 2,Oo7,56C

633.45C

29,560

325,090 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.: M&TTr
Co., Buffalo.

300.0000 1,625,321 1,118,931

101,091

303,771 Chase N„ N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo.

568.77C

141.82C

187,920 Gty Tr, Co., N.Y.; Marine Tr. Co.,BufTalo
Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

97.49C

136.10 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.
Elmira.

50,000
60.000

50,000
200,000

58,280
45.720

50,140

731,910

9

HENRY ERLICH .
drafts a speclalt y. Thoroughly or ganlzed collectio n depar tment.
Reasonable char ges. Send us your Hornell items.

Ch. of Bd
Bills of Lading W. H. MURRAY- - - - - - E. M. BUCK- - - - - - —
Prompt service to Banks and Cor respondents.
YOUR COLLECT IONS.

Horseheads__.2430 First National Bank d®«t’06 W. G. Hollands— F. S. Bentley.
Shirley E. Brown,
Chemung Q12
12% pur 100
50-765
Ch. of Bd.
F. J. Campbell.__

911,300

69,500

352,440

85,000

95,720 Bk. of Am. N. A„ N. Y.

50,000

a
We want your Hoosick Falls ite ms.
Special attentlo n given Bill of La ding drafts. Cash and Time Items.
with each sioht draft for presentation and 5 Or for Credit Repo rts.
M. M. SNYDER —— 125,000
Please tend 25c R. A. PLAISTED- - - - - F. S. WOODBURY.
Cash, and Tr. Off. K. W. HAGADOBN
F. E. STORMS. . . . . . S. H. NORTON

$120-8% par 50 50-276dB®T*t’49 ff. E. BRONSON D. L. Sharp__
STEUBEN TRUST CO.
m
$225-12%
50-278 dB®T*tS 02 ) Special Service J. B. Bradley
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1,230,600 2,247,300

300,000

134,830 2,244,810 1,115,320

Hoosick Falls.4755
Renssel’r M25

FIRST
NATIONAL BANK

220,500 □hase N., Irv. Tr. Co., Corn Ex. Bk, & Tr„
and Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., N, Y.

440.010 3,102,560

I. B. SURDAM. . . . . .

50-277

330,130 Chase N., N. Y.

265,570

43,890

100,000

H.J, Weickmann . Chas. C. Ryan------ W. E. Koutensky..
Long Island National Bank W m. Duffy,
M. E. Helgans
d®t'17 Ch. of Bd. and Pres,
Highland____1570 First National Bank------ 1’07 G. W. Pratt---------- A. D. Lent_______
$180-10%
50-757
Ulster C5
T. .T. Cox .
First National Bank in High­ P. Cantline-............ T. J. Hicks.
Highland Falls
Orange E5 2910 land Falls-50-550..dB®*’07 F. R. Fitchett, Ch, J. L. Hicks
par 100
(Formerly First Nat’l Bank & Trust Co.)
L. A. Paxson-------- A. B. Ilarradine...
Hilton________923 State Bank of Hiltond®»W14 O. A. Green_____ C. A. Fraser.......
M. A. Daily
E. E. Fraser. Ch.
B Monroe K8 6% par 100 50-758
j.
Lawrence----J.
R.
Stevenson...
National
Bank
of
Hobart
Hobart________580
$200-10%
50-759
®*t’91
Delaware P20
Holcomb_____ 294 Hamlin National Bank__»J'll H. M. Parmele.__ F. H. Hamlin._
10% par 100
50-906
Ontario M10
R. S. Wood__
H. C. Haws_______
Holland........ ..... 757 Bank of Holland.. d®»t§'93 P. J. Wurst--------- H. B. Bennion—
W. N. Shreder
$250-12% par 100 50-760
B
Erie 06
n.
F.
Hnffmeister..
H.
W.
Dunlap
..
J.
B.
Fuller_____
First National Bank d®*t'90
Holland Patent
Elbert Slorah
50-761
Oneida K18
337 6% par 25
F. W. Sturm--------- Keith Wheeler—
Michael Kennedy.. Fred A. Clough.
Holley_______1558 State Exchange Bank
B Orleans L7 $300-15% 50-762 d®*t§’68
par 100
(See New York City, Borough of Queens)
Hollis..............
Queens D4
C. A. Chipman----Homer______ 3195 HomerNationalBank d©»t’84 F. R. Thompson__ G. A. Brockway— J. E. Ogden--------$200-10% par 100 50-763
Cortland 014
W. V. Hamilton— Harwood Martin— R. E. Fiske_______ Gertrude A. Jobes
Honeoye Falls 1187
Wilson Hamilton
B Monroe M9
$150-6% par 100
60-1042

par 100

292,180

1,630,280 1,915,690

269,190 3,568,960

C. S. Brewer------- C. A.McCreery —

$450-12% par 10050-985

$80 par 25 50-422
{Merger of First National and
Peoples National Banks)

$ 521,130 $4 408 830 $ 251,420 $2510 270 E2 548 800
150.000

50.000

S. A. Bedell-------- E. N. Townsend__
H. S. Brower
H.G. Munger------

Principal Correspondents.

Bonds Miscel­ Oash A ExLoam
Surplus Depos­ Other
Paid-up
HAHaBS,Du*
and
and
Liabili­
AND
its
Capital Profits
Diaoounta Saearitias laneous THOM BaJTKB
ties

Hempstead .12,650 FirstNationalBankdB®T*t’93 C. F. Norton------- Wm. Plyer----------- J. E. Davidson.— Dakley Ketcham ..
L. E. Collins, A. C. Arnold A. Conklin
io% par io 50-447
JeremiahWood.Ch.
N assau HI
J. K. Van Vranken F. H. Mollineanx .. F. Gerken..............
Hempstead Bank —d®»t5’87 M. V. W. Hall..
6%
50-446
SECOND NATIONAL BANK in L. J. Smith______ A. M. Redmond ... O. W. Ludlum------ ft. n_ Page
A. G. Patterson
$305-8% par 100 50-996 d®*t 19 E. J. Pray. V. P.
West Hempstead National
Bank____ 50-1134_.d®»t'27
$2io par 100
First National Bank _d®»t'84
$450-18% par 100 50-358
Herkimer National Bk.
$225-12% parlOO 50-357d®T’68
First National Bank .—•t’01
50-755
First National Bank.d®»t’13
$200-8% par 100 50-933
Bank of Hicksville... T*tS’03
♦ 50-756

Resources.

Liabilities.

Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.wNew § State tPriv.
*County Seats.
In No. 2 F. R. D.
B Is Buffalo Br.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

A. C. BI DOLELAKE

O. M. Whitine. Sec.
LeRoy Smith.
Tr. and Tr. Off. Florence E. Dewey,
A. Sec.
R. G. Spalding,
A. Tr.I
Clair Scott_______ Chester Moore

300,000

116,380 2,432,750

150,000

232,450 2,022,010
(Incl
Reserves) (Trust D

50,000

108,440

971,250

0 1.565.46C

n t Resour es $158,11 0)
0

550,03(

413.10

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
1 1 O o to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Itand-McNaily Bankers’
Directory, under the authnrltv of The American
TOWN AND COUNTY.
•County Seats.
tMem. State B. Ass’n.
In No. 2 F. R. D.
B is Buffalo Br.

1?.
b.
1(j
V.

i H ud son ___12,337 Farmers National Bank
Columbia A6

H80-8%

50-323

®T

President.

Non-Ban'; Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In-

NEW YORK—Continued

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

A.V. S. Cochrane- Henry M. James.. G. W. Hickey____
59 E. Ten Broeck, Ch
F. S. Halienbeck,

W. H. Coon.

Tr. Off

O; Jordan Philip-------- J. T. Guinan
4
50 C. A. Van Deusen.. R. W. Evans
S. M. Rainey, Tr..
N. H. Browning
R. W. Evans. _
L. A. Bristol______ C. W. Clapper,
10 D. Dinehart, Ch.
E. W. Scovill

volume.

Resources.
I
Principal Correspondents.
Loan*
Other
Bonds
Paid-ui
Cash & Ex­
Miscel­ change
AND
and
and
,Du*
L
iabili
­
Capitai Profit,
its
laneous
Discount
’
trom
B
anks
8 Securitio;
ties
$ 200.00 $ 529,72 $4 577 35(j $ 75,140 $2 762 341) $2193 62(j $ 71,381)$ 354,860 Chase N.. N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Alb.

Norman P. Bain.

200.00

411,54

5,519,68()

179,920

1,505,341) 3,282.71C)

725,11()

1,850,40( 9,474,75()

215,810

7,062,68() 3,899,51C1

67,55()

125.00C

176,12( 3.133.7K)

202,920

1,908,73() 1,398,4401

118,30( )

i- (Taken over by Peoy les National and Sa ndy Hill National E anks, January i3,1! 31)
Peoples National Bank
C. W. Kellogg------- W. A. Hnppuch___ W. H. Neilson
L. C. Wrieht
100.00C
50-435
®. ...
Preston Paris
W. L. Sawyer, Tr Off.
Sandy Hill National Bank
H. L. Broughton... E. C. Rogers.
A. J. Minton_____ J. E. Sawyer, Tr.Off.
125,00C
tinn.irot
4 C. W. Higley, Jr., P. J. Riley
A. to Pres.
Huntington..6200
k Douglass Conklin.. W. N. Baylis_____ A. W. Sammis,
C. F. Gardner.
500.000
1195-14%
Suffolk G7
Sec. and Tr A. Sec. and A. Tr.
par 50
H. L. Tuttle, A.Sec. and A. Tr.

265.24C 1,939,13C1

19,330

314,66C 3,064,640i

5%

50-325

50-324
Hudson River Trust Co.
»Hudson Fallsf,449
Washington K24

t John F. Wnnd
10% par 100

Huntington Sta­ Huntington Station Bank 0 E. H. Koster____
tion................ 397 4500-6%
50-1026 dB®*t§’2
par 100
Suffolk H7
lllon
_____ 9890 ILiON NAT. BK. & TR. CO. R. D. LE ROY_ _ _ _
4200-10%
50-381 d©T«t’6
HerkimerM19
par 100
8% par 100 50-382

dB®T»t'l

F. J. Longley,A.7Y
W. H. Graves.

E. B. Hawkins____ E. M. Wicks,
A. Hawxhurst,
L. B. Smith
Cash, and Tr. Off.
Tr. Off.
Wm. S. Funnell
Wm. S. Funnell,
S. T. Cheshire____ P. E. Schaefer____
E. P. Taylor

69.04C\

99Q

113,230

2.159.36Cl 1,143,310

85,7001

229,160

503,690 5,342,210

125,300

3,147,490i 2,930,690

124,920i

100.000

329,750 2,096,870

74,960

1,274,760 1,118,780

18,560

50,000

106,170 1,523,000

74,250

100.000

193,960 2,360,140

100.000

728,900

Irr. Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N., Alb.
rv. Tr. Co.. N.Y.; N. Y. State N.. Alb.;
Mnfrs. N„ Troy.

268,100 : . City, Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., and
Corn Ex. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.
189,490 (

Chem. Bk. & i'r. Co.. N. Y.
119,370 (

761,850

143,300

127,560

862,340 1,565,800

42,530

310,990 1 st N.. N. Y.; N Y. State N.. Alb.; Bk.

97,770 1,935,660

56,730

784,890 1,132,230

65,580

207,470 ( 'base N.. N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syr
cuse; Canadian Bk. of Com., Toronto.

16,570

J-'. .

F. S. HOEFLER_ _ _ _ F. M. BELLINGER— R. W. SELWOOD
F. A. SCHMIDT
MINA M. GIFFORD,
Alternate Tr. Off.
jG. W. HEAGOCK
A. W. McGOWAN_ _ _ A. M. ROBERTS -_ _ J. R. TERPENING_ _
G.
B.
GETMAN
j Special attentio n given Bill of Lad lng drafts, Cash a nd Time Items.

'Please send 16c w ith each sight draft for presentation and 50c for Credit Repor ts.
J. K. Wheeler____ J. S. Thompson..
M. W. Bassette___
50.000

Interlaken.__ 660 Wheeler Nat. Bank.dB®«t';
4140-6% par 100 50-767
Seneca 013
C. F. Case
Inwood______ 2000 First National Bank d®*t'l l Cor tlandA,Johnson Joseph H. Foster. W. F. Rhinehart.. G.M. Raab_______
(FarRockaway P.O.) 4250-10% par 100 50-1070

797,990 Irv. Tr. Co. and Grace N.. N. Y.; N. Y.
State N.. Alb.; Mellon N., Pitt.
511,210 Guaranty Tr. and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.;SyracuseTr.Co..Syracusc;MarineTr.Co.,BufT.
212,280 Chase N. and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st
Tr. Co., Alb.

721,730

1.303.38C )

A. Tr.Off.

F. E. Bavlis _ .
C. Cornehlsen

For in

Liabilities.
SURPLU 3 Depos­

100.000

Montreal, Montreal.

639,610

50,000

394,030

265,180

?K UUu
fifin
bU,

70 300 ^

114,490 1.643,740

29,200

747,470

801,960

21,720

316,290 c

76,400

789,360

388,910

977/,/DU
7^H
H

396,400

870,630

Qin
04,olU

Nassau 16

Irvington____ 3067 Irvington Nat. Bk.&TrustC John Hunter__
Westchester G6 4450-20% par 100 50-768 ®»t’l
Islip_________ 2240 First National Bank.d®T»t’l E. R. Smith ..........
4300-5% par 100 50-769
Suffolk H8
•Ithaca_____ 20,708 First National Bk._d®T»t’l R. B Williams___
4375-16% par 100 50-262
Tompkins P13
G. Livermore, V. P.

ITHACA SAVINGS BANK
50-263
®«t§’f
ITHACA TRUST CO.

4135-16% «. 50-264 d®T»tS'S
par 25
Tompkins County Nat. Ban
4400-16% par 100 50-261 d«t’S

HEMPHILL, NOYES & CO.

A. J. Menzies
W. B. Eddison
John E. Kin?
C. E. Schlemmer
W. A. Boyd,

E. J. Lewis.............

100,000

104,420 1,225,750

W. M. Wisham.__ J. B. McGuffin____

100,000

130,880 1,245,920

La Vere RobinsoD, R. W. Mungle____
V. P. and Tr. Off. Cash, and A. Tr. Off. S. S. Reulein
Roger B, Williams R. H. Treman
G, L. Cook, Tr.
F. C. Cornell
F, C. Cornell
Et. H. Treman____ Paul Bradford,
Roy E. Copley
M. Van Cleef,
Cash, and A. Tr, Sherman Peer,
Ch. of Bd.
A. B. Wellar, Tr.
Sec. and Tr. Off.
R. H. Treman
A. G. Stone ...
D. N. Van Hoesen.
1 D. Rostwick
r................................. Members New Yo rk Stock Exchang e ...
i
Underwriters and Distributors
(
of Investme nt Securities.

250.000

450,640 4,117,660

156,790

2,576,620 1,561,090

3,230

959,330 8,324,210

1,040

4,988,300 3,296,700

572.100

400,000

481,520 7,780,200

95,200

5,019,050 2,987,550

25,010

200.000

294,200 3,401,040

2,140,500

Chase N., N. Y.
21,490 1110 7fin C

614,490

inn fvdn F
N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y. ‘
14^ 4^n C lhase N. and N. City, N. Y.; Syracusi
Co., Syracuse,
834,140 c ihase N. and N. City, N. Y.
Tr. Co., N. Y.
427,470 Bkrs.
*
725,320 1 t N. and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N.T.; Phil
Phil.: Bank of Montreal, Montreal.

E

,
T1
(Savings Bank Bldg.)
Jackson Heights. (.See New York City, Borough of Queens)
Queens D4

•Jamaica____

main office, branches and correspondents
in 48 cities.

(See N. T. City, Borough of Queens)

Queens F6
Jamestown. 45.155 American National Bank
B Chautauqua Q3

(Merge! with Bank )/ Jamestown July

, 1931)

/CHAS. W. HERRICK ). N. RUSHWORTH— 4. G. J00NS0N_ _ _ _ DOLPHUS ULF_ _ _ _
PHILLIPS, ch. .. J. WARREN
M. L. CLAPP,
1 CHAS.A. OKERLIND, 1. N. DONOVAN
Tr. Off.
)
V. P. and | 1. A. OKERLIND,
ILBERT LANGHAM. 5. C. HULLIHEN
A
Ch, Fin. Com. . V. ANDERSON,KF.
Aud. 5. T. ANDERSON
and Asst, to Pres.
(b.D.

‘BANK OF JAMESTOWN

490-12%
50-129 dB®W§’03
par 25 +

832,500 1,250,250 17 004 440 .

12 121130 4,333,880

711,070 1,921,090 G

2,863,150 1,377,380

148,290 1,829,940 1st
Is N., N.Y.: Union Tr. Co., Clev.

N. A., Pitt.; M.’& T. Tr. Co., Buffalo.

1 Send us your , amestown items lirect. Collectlo ns, Bill of
V Lading drafts, Hash and Timelte ins remitted for on day of payme it.
Farmers & Mechanics Bank_ (Merged with Bank / Jamestown July , 1931)

mmm■■■

♦First National Bank d®«t’53 H. P. Sheldon____ I C. K. Felt

4525-16% + extras par 100 5 0-121
(Jamestown continu ed on next page)

ESTABLISHED

1877

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t5. A. Hahne

1 B\ O. Gunnell..........

153.300

699,950 c QfiA oi n

58,590

®jie Cfiase iSattonal iBank

OF

THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

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114*T

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers. Laws (indexed) in back of this
For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

RESOD RCES.

Liabilities.

Town and coonty. •Mem. A.B. A. nNew §State tPriv.
‘County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Bstab.

Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
In No. 2 F. R. Dist.
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’T Cashier.

Loan*
Banda
Surplus
Other
Miscel­
Depos­ Liabili­
Paid-up
and
and
AND
its
DUoounti BeeuritUe laneous
Capital Profits
ties

C. E. Jones............
Fletcher Goodwill. W. H. Edson.......... H. H. Beebe..
P. Lang
W.H.Edson, Tr.Off.
A. W. Swan, V. P. C. L. Rowley
Sidney Butterfield,
Frank Merz--------- G. F. Bates_______ G. R. Butts.
Sec.
Treas. and Tr. Off,
Harry L. Briggs
F. P. Hall, V. P.
C.Teschner
Mgr.,
Jamestown Clearing House A. W. Swan---------- O. N. Rushworth _ Union Tr.Co.,
Sec., and Tr.
(Member* indicated by a *)
W. B. Voorhees__ J. Wohltjen, Jr— Conrad Metzger.
Jeffersonville.. 448 First National Bank_d®»t’14 V. Seheidell____
Fred Schmidt
J. C. Gain. V. P.
1400-5% par 100 50-034
Sullivan Cl
R. L. Moshier, Sec.
Johnson City13567 Workers Trust Oo.dB®T*tl’16 A. M.Coddington_ M. J. Winfield___ M. J. Winfield,Tr,
par 25
♦ 50-778
Broome R15
O. R. Liddle___
‘Johnstown 10,801 Johnstown Bank _d®T*$8’79 Henry Veghte----- Wm, J, Adams----- L. E. Bradley_____
1450-16% par 100 50-340
Fulton M21
J. M. Young.
Donald Fraser___ . S. Ireland_____ A. G. Doubleday.
A. O. Robinson, Jr. W. H. Young. A. C, E. C. Wells
1400-20%
50-339 dBSTett’31
par 100
Wm. Hawley------ W. E. Warren_____ M. H. Bullock-------Jordan_____ 1145 Jordan National Bank
B. L. Bash
1120-8%
50-1061
d®*’23
OnondagaL 13
F. S. Schaefer.
Katonah____ 1400 Northern Westchester Bank Edwin Tatham___ F. B. Studwell------ E. M. Fielder..
H. Z. Mayne
Westchester E6 1275-10% ♦ 50-983 d®»t§’18
par 100
J. M. Werer--------R. A. Prescott___ R, B. Prescott------ J. A. Baber—
Keeseville ___ 1794 Keeseville National Bank
1200-12%
50-770
®»t'70
Essex E24
Donald
A.
Moore
_
H.
A.
Inskip------Kenmore__ 16,482 Central Bank________®t§’27 Geo. F. Wallace...
R. E. Winfield, Ch. L. E. Rautenberg.
(Buffalo P. O.) 135-5-6% par 25 50-1141
A. V. P,
B Erie M 4
Edmund C. Johnst C. D. Warren_____ John J. Sexton ... Fred W. Wood .—
First National Bank
on
123-8% par 25 50-1053dB®T*t’22

Jamestown.45,155 ♦Nat. Chautauqua Co. Bank
1105-16%
50-125 d8®T«t'31
(Continued)
par 25
♦Union Trust Oo.~dSTvtllM
10% par 100 50-128

PEOPLES BANK

C. C. Miller............
d®*tlT4 R. E. Winfield,
Ch. */ Bd.
Kerhonkson.. 560 Kerhonkson National Bank John K. Lathrop,
Ch.
of
Bd.
and Pres,
6% par 100 50-958
d»t’16
Ulster C3
Kew Gardens____ (See New York City, Borough of Queens)
(Richmond Hill
P.O.) Queens D 4
Kinder hook... 822 NationalUnion Bank___ »t'53 J. A. Reynolds —
1130-8%
50-771
Columbia P24
Kings Park.. 1067 Kings Park National Bank Geo. L. Thompson,
1170
par
100
50-1070 d®»t’24 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
Suffolk G8

STATE BANK OF KENMORE

145-9.6%
par 25

‘Kingston.. 28,088
Ulster B5

50-944

FIRST NAT! BANK E. COYKENDALL
OF RONDOUT
io% par 100 50-194

*ShMEHaiM
15%

par 100
County

Ulster
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2,901,740 1,836,120

151,810

106,290

468,510

20,440

65.280

72,330 1,960,550 2,265,460

751,560

867,400

600.000 1,151,200 3,199,810

44,950

809,990

78,000

25,000

27,910

488,880 (1647 510 Chase N„ N. Y; Lib., Buff.

386,670

Co., Buffalo: Mellon N„ Pitt.

rv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Corn Ex. N. Bk. &
Tr. Co.. Phil.

200,000

763,030 4,809,610

100,000

254,290 3,131,210

269,180 2,050,810

960,440

244,120

499,310

ty. Tr. Co. and Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr.Co„
N.Y.; 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.

200,000

417,940 4,432,820

175,210 2,030,870 2,070,210

318,220

806,660

it N. and Guaranty Tr. Co.. N. Y.: N.
Com'l Bk. & Tr. Oo. and N. Y„ State N„
Alb.

114,820

34,860

42,570

25.000
100,000
100,000

18,310

431,220

126,640 1.450,000

50,000

609,540

163,000

96,780

321,920

39,640

250,000 1,320,000

26,640

509,320

377,730

3,000

927,720

387,980

10,350

Co., Buff.

ent. Han. Bk, & Tr. Co., N. Y.

130,000 N. Y. Tr. Co. and Chase N„ N. Y.
79,270 Chase N„ N. Y.: 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.
226.430 N. City and Marine Midland Tr. Co., N. Y.j
Marine Tr. Co. (Buff. Tr. Co. Br.),
Buffalo.
Chase
N„ N. Y.; M. & T. Tr„ Buffalo.
307,500

400,000

285,120 2,115,030

1,094,590 1,289,540

173,510

Charles A.8cheeler A. A. McMullen.. D. J. Gillian______
C. F. Bishop
F. X. Renter
H. A. Inskip
H. M. Anderson — I. E. Colville------Jason O. Decker

300,000

322,060 2,724,050

1,803,070 1,043,290

78,160

25,000

66,700

639,700

440,700

226,500

4,100

548,010 Guaranty Tr. Co. and N. Y. Tr. Co., N. Y.;
Marine Tr. Co. (Buffalo Tr. Br.) and
Lib., Buff.
65,100 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

Harold Birckmayer

200,000

129,110

759,740

523,710

667,960

6,000

121,260 Chase N„ N. Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb.

178,940

351,330

44,750

881,090

748,159

59,106

1,007,950 6,853,010

5,294,270 2,128,770

187,000

257,120 Kings Co. Tr. Co., Brooklyn.

250,000

900,610 9,353,580

4.750,210 5,117,760

213,870

689,450 Irv. Tr. Co. and Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.

200,000

335,750 3,905,990

1,391,190 2,783,530

55,710

370,630 Bk. of America N. A.,N. Y.; Phil. N.,Phil.

150,000

188,860 1,412,330

127,260 Chase N„ N. Y.; Mnfrs. N„ Troy; N. Y.
State N„ Alb.
228,550 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co.,
Alb.; 1st N. Bk. of Rondout, Kingston.
470,470 1st N., N. Y.

R. P. Richmond..

R, E. Blaisdell------ Austin O. Goodier
Wm. Reisert

50,000

16,980

557,820

200,000

489,893

982,209

yOYKEmj.L, l. DEERES------- C. J. EEISELSM

V. B. Van Wagonen 0. H. DeLa Vergne.
Tr.
D. N. Mathews
Wm. H. Van Etten A. A. Davis,
Sec.
and
Tr.
F. R. Powley
J.W.Eckert.Pr.Olf.
Albert E. Rose .— LeRoy F. Port.— Charles Snyder ...

par 100 50-190
J. F. Dwyer............
Rondout National Bank
50-191 d®T‘t '48
J. D. Schoonmaker
Rondout Savings Bank
4H%
50-196
®»t$’68
STATE OF N. Y, NATIONAL D. N. Mathews -—
BANK—50-193. ..dB®T*'65

1170-8% par 100

220,270 $7 547070 (2 363930

135,000 1,091,350

George Burgevin..
Kingston Savings Bank
50-197 d®»tS’74
Philip Elting------KINGSTON TRUST CO.
1200-6% ♦so-m dB®T*t5'19 (One Branch)•

1300-8%

739,720 10587 410

200,000

Capital and Surplus over $600,000.
Collections at
Rondout and Kingston made on favorable terms.
Correspondenca solicited and promptly attended to
dW63

414%

500,000

PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS.
Gam k Kz7HAB0W,DU*
ntOM Baku

H. S. Ensign, A. Tr.
G. A. Craig,A. Tr.
E. LeFevre, A. Tr
M. Burger. A. Tr.

Jos. M.Herbert... H. D. Fagher..........
A. W. Tongue,
H. H. Flemming... Dayton Murray.
A. Sec
Sec.
A. A. Stern
H. R. Brigham------ R. P. Clayton_____

Savings Inst. Wm. C. Shafer___ H. R. Brigham .— James J. O'Connor, J. W. Eckert. Sec,
Tr.
C. S. Wood
50-192
®»ti’51

150,000

237,949

159,320

719,990

128,490

1,137,160 5,949,560

4.418,400 2,216,330

229,990

415,040 3,359,280

9 1,980,350 1,492,820

55,690

1,176,400 7,726,720

11,0000 5,210,900 8,079,170

176,280

979,700

(Bds.anc
Mtgee.)

87,670 Chase N„ N. Y.

859,990 Chase N., N. Y.j 1st Tr. Co., Alb.

447,770 Empire Tr. Co. and Title Guarantee & Tr.
Co.. N. Y.

1 19 **

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number elTen
!? ®acb bank in U. S. exclusively by The Hand-McNally Bankers’

^Directory* under the Aiilhnrifv nf The A merlean Poni^.n

l¥.

Lackawanna23,948

20 Adolph Rosinski. J. J.Sullivan___
W. J. Lohr

*250-8%

50-1011

par 100

President.

k Chas. Trow______
03

Lacona______ 546 First National BankdB®

12 C. M. Salisbury__

Oswego J15

*100-6% par 50 50-918

La FargevllIe.-400 First National Bank ...(§
Jefferson 115

*150 par 100 50-1165

‘Lake George..848 First National Bank .d®1
Warren K23

*400-8% par 100 50-773

Vice-President.

Cashier.

iv.

National B
50-772
®T«

*ifl5-io%

Ass’t Cashier.

A. L. PulkowskI—

E. E. Ooatsworth. H. J. Moll .
F J Twist
I. P. Trevett
W. T. Aldrich,
G. F. Bates
Tr. Off
R. W. Shaul............ W. M. Sprague ___ T. B. Lundgren ___
R. W. Oakes

H. C. Noyes ...
Ch, of Bd. and Pres F. R. Smith

n- Geo. C. Raynor.__ G. C. de Groot____ R. B. Wheeler......... M. E. Carlson
*8
Jas. Agnew

*175 par 100

Lancaster.__7040 Bank of Lancaster____ •:

B

Erie M5

tlOO-12%+2% extra 50-775
par 25

Citizens National Bank
*325-10%
50-1035 dB®«
par 100

Larchmont.. .5282
Westchester G6

NAT’L

R.L

*225

50-1098

par 100
(See Niagara Falls)

La Salle

O. H. Watson ,

S. R, O’Haire_____
W. A. Morrison

59-777

*410-16%

Lima_____ ____.897
Lindenhurst .4040

*250-10%

21,2001

88.95C)

75.14C 1

4.41C 1

38,700 i lent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Water-

50.00C

i1

/wi
3U,000

827,87(1l

305,830l

3,500 i

41,470 :N.Y. Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. Y. State N.. Alb.

100.000

>

280,890

1,267,590i

417,930

138,280

149,360 (

196,230

Knn
uUU

lOliSrdU

9n ocn
0U.30U

3,000

37.640 <

1,369,710 1,401.970

101,930

190,890 Clent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co
& T Tr. Co.. Buffalo.

214,020 8,971,790

271,880

2,696,740 1.213,650

337,140

420,150 1

100,000

176,800 1,785,960

40,440

941,380

126,200

257,820 I

250,000

136,180 2,837,950

108,680

1,303,890 1,386,310

233,000

409,610 Corn
C
Ex. and Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.

200,000

199,040 3,584,360 ----- -------

2,195,300

144,270

655,160 C hase N.. N. Y.: Marine Tr. Co.. Buff

Fred S. Millard__

G. H. Erickson ___
R. J. Koch
G. E. Mills,

V. P. and Sec.

R. A. Nielsen.

A, Sec.

®T»t§’l7

V. E. Taylor____

K. H. Kelloee .

1877

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988,680

1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Rochester.

100.000

165,840 2.576,250

338,200

1,022,950 1,893,300

91,840

172,190 C
Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st N„ Phil.

100,000

126,350 2,510,900

191
run
121,SoU

1 >111 71 n

nf*
99n
SD2,04U

41,150

444,010 Mr.Olty. N.Y.5 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.; Phil.

25,520

196,640

153,390

132,880

25.000

_

Ch. of 3d. and Pres.

35,010

427,890

30,500 G ty. Tr. Co., N.

Rochester.

W. C. Abbott_____ Frederick Shelde. 3eorge Pebler____
3eo. Irmisch

50.000

87,450 1,340,640

6,500

542,320

664,940

62,760

Y.: Cent. Tr. <

214,560 Ii v. Tr. Co. and Bk. of Manhattan Tr. (

N. Y.; Market St. N.. Phil.

3. M. Hahn.............. A. M. Wardle
3. O. Ireland

100.000

62,800

386,610

20,000

124,250

357.310

39,230

Cl
48,680 Chase
N., N. Y.

BL E. Jones_______

25.000

26,940

348,030

49,000

191,510

215.810

14,710

26,940 Cl liase N., N. Y.; Watertown N., Wat

. J. Glezen______ 9. D. French____ E. B. French_____
V. L. Lewis

25.000

45,670

362,740

28,200

119,330

292,940

8,710

3.0. Miller_________ r. W. Sherman,
F. F. Kiley.
1 .E. Stacey
Bsc. and Tr. A. Sec, and A. Tr.

350.000

863,470 5,443,230

185,510

2,193,490 4.101.280

103.890

443,550 Ir

200.000

519,380 3,524,760

261,590

3,047,510

275,810

438,050

G. Long________

town.

Little Falls National Bk.Tt’79 L. O. Bucklin____ I 1. P. Snyder_____ 1 T. O. Teal!_______ l r. r..
50-298

ESTABLISHED

778,290

Phil.

50-954

50-297

14.780

& T TY. Co., Buffalo.

F. E. Bridges_____ Sherman Ernhout. Albert Van DykeLester Borden____

HERKIMER COUNTY TR. CO. M. G. Bronner____ !
♦

Adirondack N. Bk.’’& Tr. Co., Saranac
Lake.

120,380

Lisle_________ 325 First National Bank d®»t’15 E. L. Teed________

Herkimer L20

147.41C)

255,090 2,389,030

L. F. Cleland,

Little Falls..11,105

13,59(

Jefferson Co. N.,

800.000

1

Lisbon______ 159 First National Bankd®»

*175-6%
par 100

54,290 nr. Tr. Co., N. Y.:

105,700 (

Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

50-1046

46.62C >

145,240

J. F. Schaefer____ T. A. Smith..

Adam Muller

St. Lawrence D18 *200-6% par 100

227.18C)

397,680

W. H. Dalton,

nal Bk.-.dB©1
50-781

605.37C)

N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co-

2,173,600

par 100
___________ it Bank.. B®TC
*160 par 100 50-1155

Broome P15

Buffalo.

par 100

I Livingston M9 10% par 100 50—780
Suffolk H8

40,940l

274.000

_ _

. R. A. Monroe_____ H. C. Baldwin____ iaham Young__ __
J. E. Fersch

50-779

814,99()

218,100 2,130,130

„____

®T»t§’0 2

Sullivan C2

27,54(

100.61C ) l,096,240i ity. Tr. Co.,

200,000

T W. R. Marvin_____ E. C. Griffin
dBT*t§ 2 4
F. M. Gagliardi

Liberty______ 3427 National Bk. of Liberty

50,00(

2.006.33C) 2,300,86()

14 J. G. Miller............. M. J. Snyder, Exec, L. J. Church...........
Irene C. Garry____

J. Carl Schmuck.. Divine Hewlett.__ J. V. Mitchell____
John A. Ruth,
John A. Ruth
Tr. Off.
Le Boy______ 4474 Bank of Le Roy__ d®T»t§’3 8 C. A. Graham..
W. L. McClusky__ W. B. Boyd.............
B Genesee M7 *160-6% par 100 50-492
J. G. Gilfillan
Ernest Townsend
Le Roy National Bank_____ (Merged with Bank of Le Roy January 31. 1931)
*350-12%

265,34C1

25,000

Lawrence___ 3041 Lawrence-Cedarhurst Bank
Nassau 16

4,740,95()

___

l Samuel R. Bell___ F. A. Moore______
1

*90-6% par 20

297,75(

71.561 )$ 197,370 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; M & T Tr.. Buffalo.

town N., Watertown.

LakeRonkonkoma
49

200,00

25.00C

K. T. Crandale ....

F.B. Guild_____
F. O. Day--------39 J. B. Hurley, V.P. F. H. Philburt

Suffolk G8

20.32C) S 886,441)$ 829.35C)*

Principal Correspondents.

Watertown.

29 W. L. Bretsch........ John Weskesser... Earl E. White____ E. J. Dietrich
07 F. W. Smith.

Liabilities.
1!
Resources.
I
Loan
Roads
9 Depos­ Othur
Paid-uj SURPLU
din * lxMlBCKrAND
ud
and
L
iabili
­
CAPITA!
its
Pbofiti
Disoouah■ Sssoritlsi, LANBOUC. aiAMi^Doi
vbm B*m
ties
$ 100,001 $ 111,17 $1753241)$

Lake Placid.. 2930 BANK OF LAKE PLACID
Essex F22
*225-10%
50-774 d®W
par 100

volume.

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Town and county.
^County Seats.
{Mem. State B. Ass’n.
In No. 2 F. R. Dist.
B is Buffalo Br.
I Erie N4

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-------rsj. Laws (Indexed) In back of this
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t Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws*

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tEfie Cftage j^ationat J^anfe

40,620 Chase
Cl
N.. N. Y.

OF

N

THE

CITY

OF NEW

YORK

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
i 19c to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
-LDirectory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass n.
Town and County. ».\Iem.A.B.A. «New §State tPriv.
Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
‘County Seats.
No.2Fed.Res.Dist. ►Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond

NEW YORK—Continued

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Principal

correspondents.

ash k Ex
Bonds
Loans
£ URPLUS Depos­ Other
Miscel­ Changis
.Doi
and
and
3 AID-UP
Liabili­ Disoounts
AND
Ssouritise laneous nioai Banks
its
Capital jProfits
ties

50,000

67,000 $ 982,000

31,000

552,000

474,000

14,000

N.. N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co.. Buffalo.
90,000 Chase
C

50.000

38,820

578,290

8,740

206,940

366,280

66,610

35,520 C hase N.. N. Y.;
Syracuse.

Y. F. Smith______ Harry Voorhess—.

50,000

43,370

773,160

121,020

531,780

367,580

29,470

Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.
58,730 Cent.
C

Sastav Graf______ i. A. Lawrence— Ruth Barber--------Stewart National Bank &
Earl Eddy
A. J. Straub, V. P. Henry Greffrath
Trust Company
A. C. Olp
*125 par 50 50-637
®T»t’71

115.000

85,390 1,349,100
Includes
teserves)

24,100

668,520

744,710

46,260

115,850

134,370

S. McCarthy-------

1st Tr. & Dep. Co

200 par 100 50-1149

Livingston Manor Livingston Manor Nat l Bank
50-905
d®‘t’ll
Sullivan R20 1000 185-10%
par 25
B Livingston N9

resources.

Liabilities.

»Llttle Valley 1196 Dattaraugus County Bank
100-4% par 25 50-782 d»t§'02
B Cat'gusQS

Onondaga M15

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

25,000

A. C. McIntosh — N. Lowe--------------

39,450

228,170

114,100 C hase N.. N.Y.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rocl
ester.

35,160 Chase N., N. Y.

*150-8% par ioo 50-783

Cayuga 014

»Lockport_._23,160 Farmers & Mech. Sav. Bank C. H. Wendell........ Wm. Richmond... C. B. Emerson. Tr.
50-225
§’70 W. A. Williams, Ch. E. M. Grigg
B Niagara L5
Robert Hall

LOGKPORT
EXGH. TR. GO.

......

par 20

50-223 dB®T»t§'44

NIAGARA COUNTY
NATIONAL BANK
& TRUST CO.
20% par 25

S M. JOHNSON—- W. A. WILLIAMS - A. C. TOVELL. Sec. A.T.
C. A. DIEHL. ..
Ass't to Jr res.
Collections a Specialty. We remit on day of payment.
SEND US YOUR LOCKPORT ITEMS.

POOLE, A.Sec.

400,000

1 T. SYMFS_______ A. B. HARRISON------ K. W. STRAUSS........ W. R. TURNER_____
M. E. GARRISON,
H. C. CAIN
Tr. Off.

1,980,610 13 549 810

10 411660 2,953,170

655,050 6,968,240

216,710 4,936,120 2.079,600

soo.ooo 1,012,300 7,874,780 1,330.790 6,953,600 2,533,580

361,120 1,804,470 Impire Tr. Co., N. Y.; Marine Tr. Cc
Buffalo.

938,770 1st N., N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co., Buff.

285.510

508,130 1,022,560

N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co., Buff.

All collections presented promptly and remitted Immediately when pal d.
itmannahle charge. Newly organized department.

50-224 d®T»t§’39
94,340 Chase N„ N. Y.

689,690

88,490

369,930

778,680 1,166,69C

270.76C

122,940 Chase N. and Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co..
N. Y.

553,79(

110,000

242.08C

226.47C

178.42C

151.040 Chase N., N. Y.

239,23C 2,044,91

126,470

744,50( 1,422,86(

70,83(

272,410 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. Com'l Bk. & Tr. Co..
Alb.

22,040 1,460,48 1,248,57
244.07C 2,821,16 0
W. J. Milligan----- B. B. Johnson----- W. J. Milligan, Tr . B. B. Johnson, Sec . 200,00
Lewis County Tr. Co.
E. J. Be shart, 7 r. Off.
E. E. Jones, A. Tr E. A. Zehr, A, Sec. B. B. Jc hnson, 2 r. Off.;
H. I. LeFevre
io%
♦ 50-527 dB®T»t§'6. H. P. Gould. Ch.
L. S. Miller, V. P.
H. S. Lewis, V. P. E. J. Boshart
par 100

116,13

462,110 N. City. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co., Alb.: Syracuse
Tr. Co., Syracuse.

Locust Valley .458 Matinecock Bank-.d®«t§’23
ti5<fpar 50 50-1076
Nassau H6

100.000

E. A. McMunn.
H. M. Susswein ... Phil. Segaller........ A. B. White, Jr.,
Long Beach ..5817 Long Beach Trust Co.
A. Tr
Sec. and Tr
*32-6%
50-1024 d©T»+§'20 (1 Branch)
Nassau 17
par 20

375.000

100.00C

W. B. Allman,
V. P. and Cash

National City Bank. d®»t’27 Wm. F. Ploch____
*200 par 100 50-1135

907,010

12,580

309,700 1,284.43C

85,170

34,220

232,240

Long Island City (See New Turk City, Borou Oh of Queens)
Wm. L. Easton...
DeWitt C. West.. D. E. Griffith_____ John Porter,
Black River National Bank
Cash, and Tr. Off Geo.S. Reed,
12%
50-528 dB®T*t’7£ J. M. Russum, V.P E. E. Esler, A.V.P
Tr. Off
F.L.
Parker
.Tr.Off
par 100

Lewis 117

••

_____

••

100.00C

j

Warren J22

$150 par 100 50-1145


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

John B. Rock____
d®t§ 2: W. H. Pasco,
r.h

„r r,

40,00
B. W.Johnson

13,72

253,540

28.78C

143,12

129,38 0

19,96 0

1

43,580 Chase N„ N. Y.: 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.; Glens
Falls Tr. Co., Glens Falls.

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
1197 to eacb bank in u- s- exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
f.
•County Seats.
>.2Fed.Res.Dis t.
I is Buffalo Br.

Lynbrook.._ 11

•Mem.A.B.A.«New§State1Tm
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estabj
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bon
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div

Nassau Bank______d®*t§’2;
*140 par 100
50-1099

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Oapitai

H. B. W. Haff____ Chas. Glide,n
J. L. Stanley

LYONS NATIONAL BANK
F.
12% par 100 50-461
d®«t’6S

J.

Wayne L10

Madrid______

6 Madrid Bank. __ dB®t§’96
10%
50-786
7 Mahopac National Bank
$165 par 100 50-1139
d®*t’27
Putnam E6
•Malone____ 8( 7 Citizens National Bank©t’20
5% par 100 50-1032
Franklin C21
Farmers National Bank
12% par 100 50-390 d®T*t’64
Peoples Trust Co... ®T*t§’85
$180-10% ♦ 50-391

J. L. Stanley

100,00<

S. S. Reeves

A.

C. Turner..

E. S. Agor_______ Wm. H. Spam____ Herbert S. Bell.__

J. M. Cantwell___ F. P. Kennedy___
F. C. McGarrahan.
G. H. Hale............... F. F. Fisk
A. w. Gamble____
M. C. Ransom, Ch.
C. E. Kilburn_____ L. F. Lehr_______
T. J. McKee, Sec.
N. M. Marshall,CA. E. S. Mason
K. E. Huntington, M.J. Reynolds,
A. Tr.
A. Sec.
Bank of Malverne „dB©§’28 P. W. F. Lindner.. Edward F. Ives___ Ira L. Parker
K. V, Brower____
$125 par 75 50-1148
Emil R. Heger

' Nassau Y24

Mamaroneck

FIRST NATIONAL BANK'& R. P. Brewer,
Wm. J. Kuder____ William Haggerty. R. D. Brewer_____
11,76 TRUST CO.50-407 dB®T»+’91 Ch, of Bd, and Pres. C. M. Baxter
Westchester G6 $350-8% par 10G
Mamaroneck Trust Co.
T. F. Flandreau___
$350-6%
50-408 d©T*t§’25
par 100
Union Sav.Bk,of Westchester C. M. Baxter_____
County 414% 50-406 d©»t§’87 W. A. Boyd, Ch.
Nassau H6

Manlius_____ 153
Onondaga Mlh

Marathon........86
Cortland P15
Marcellus ___ 108
Onondaga M14
Margaretville .77
Delaware A2

Mariners Harbor
Rich. G4

ITS

Other
Liabili­
ties

Loans
and
Disoount

For In

Resources.
'
1
Bonds
Cash A Ex
Miscel- , CHANG18,DT7I
and
flsouritiei, LANEOU8 from Bank*

51,090 $1 813 58( $1 304 75C) $

Principal Correspondents.

85.23C)l 325,060 Irv. Tr. Co. and Bk. of Am., N. Y.

M. M. Simonson

Towlerton___ I. Wagemaker____ T. C. Logan
Wm. Holloway

E, B. Watson_____ W. E. Griffith_____

AND
Profits

'

Geo. H, Jackson... T. W. Talfnr____ $ 150.00 $ 125,00 $3 20252 $

2 Lyons Falls National Bank H. P. Gould_______ C. L. Fisher
Francis Malny
$150 par 100 50-1113 d®«t’2a
G. M. B. Williams
6 First National Bank
(Closed April 8, 19S 1)

Lewis J17

SUBPLU

Ass’t Cashier.

People Nat. Bk. & Tr. Co.
S.J.Bradbury_____ T. F. O’Connor.__ A. C. Steele.
Geo. K. Weller.__
$225par 100 50-1015 dB®T*t’2(
R. B. Thompson
Cash, and Tr. Off E. J. Burns
8 Citizens State Bank —®»t§’04 F. B. House!
George Resseguie H. N. Welch_____ J. E. Gracey
50-785
B Orleans E6
N. J. Barry, 7. P. Earl Ilenion
•Lyons______ 39" 6 Gavitt National Bank.®»t’6C S. B. Gavitt_______ G. J. Gavitt_____ V. Knittel .
50-462
Wayne Mil
G. H. Milem

Macedon____

volume.

Liabilities.

)3 Lynbrook National Bank
A. D. Kelsey_____ S. Pearsall
Trust Co. 50-784..d©T*J'0
J. S. Simonson
$50-6% par 10
A. D. Jaques

Nassau H7

NHn4Bank Towns wlth Nearest Banking Point (In-

NEW YORK—Continued

G. H. Coffin............ L. N. Orsino, Tr. __ G. H. Coffin. Sec. __
Frank J. Sinnott
D. R. Thompson,
A. Sec.
B. C. Meighan. . G. L. Lyon, Tr___ Gabriel Wendel,
W. R. Bull
O. S. Boom, A. Tr.
Sec.

FIRST NAT. BANK & TR. CO. S. M. Powell______ Charles Snedeker.. A.VanNostrand.Jr. W. H. Penny_____
$250-6%
50-1033 d®T»t’21 L. A. VanKleeck, A. VanNostrand.Jr. H. E. Deyo,
par 100
Ch.
V. P. and Tr. Off.
A. Tr. Off.
Bank of Manlius___d®*t§’25 H. L. Bostwick___ E. B. Merwin_____ Leslie M. Burt
$130-4% par 125 50-1106
First National Bank dB©»t'84 F. E. Whitmore... I. L. Corwin .
A. R. Pringle..
$120-6% par 100 50-787
First National Bank dB®«t’10 J. C. Parsons------- F. W. KnaDD _
W. S. Spaulding...
6% par 100 50-788
H. M. Woodford
Peoples National Bank—»t'01 C. R. Sandford........ ?rank Kittle.
Frank Kittle_____
$650-24% par 100 50-789
(Sec New York City, Boroug h of Richmond)

Marlon.............860 First National Bank.. ®»t’14 R. S. Bush_______ D. R. Pratt
V. M. Luce
Wayne Lll
$250-6%
50-942
Marlboro __
First National Bank .d®*t’07 J. F. Wygant_____ J. A. Hepworth...
Ulster D5
$365-10% par 100 50-790
..............................
N.J. Haviland
Maspeth____
(See New York City, Borough of Queens)

50,00

850,00

150,00(

106,00

2,300,00

50,00(

60.07C
„ ____

834.38C

100.00C
60.00C

49.74C 1,061,316

25,006

16.190

5,000

684,00(

159.00C)

20.00C)

142,000 Chase N„ N. Y.

250,000 1,229,00(

990,00C1

387,OOC )

200,000 Chase N.. N. Y.

4,800

218,580I

33,28Cl

599.98C 1,623,720i

182.01C1

57,540

565,930

61,700'

97,680

203,210

10,090

62,590

176,250

31,080

30,880 ]

184,920

93,310

48,750 (

152,920

25,000

35,170

427.370

4,700

75,000

15,070

390,490

32,760

-on

150,000
292,060 3.779,930
75.000

28,440

595.00C

50,000

254,040

102,390 fry. Tr. Co., N. Y.; M&T Tr.. Buffalo;
N. Y. State N., Alb.
189,040 Irv.Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

:

1,650

232,070

248,730

3,720

51,210 1

44,500

1,431,470

426,210

39,990

328,130 ]

2,856,580 1,041,340

193,800

250,920

300,840

274,080

86,650

18,630

Bk.& Tr. Co.. Alb.......................
531,190 C lhase N.. N. Y.; 1st N., Alb.
24,920 Chase
(
N., N. Y.

150,000

206,060 3,637,950

167,710

2,477,950

858,980

504,950

319,840 Clhase N. and Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1
Phil.

100,000

127,890 1,357,200

41,980

859,640

424,620

102,840

239,980 I rv. Tr. Co. and Chase N., N. Y.; ]
and 1st N., Phil.

43,730 2,815,390

154,880

132,270 CJhase N„ N. Y.: 1st N. Bk. &
Mamaroneck,

141,490

134,810 IBk. of Manhattan Tr. Co , N. Y.

303,130 2,843,150
100.000

52,450 1,449,350

12,360 1,036,980

300,890

25.000

8,000

291,840

2,240

175,850

78,040

9,080

50.000

40,420

522,340

61,960

302,870

317,430

5,820

50,000

71,280 1,085,450

69,620

25,000

25,000

215,670

50,220

721,610

380,250

78,980

521,870

910,150

10,000

631,300

49,700

404,100

255,660

22,530

50,000

179,580 1.390,550

25,160

898,640

<>29,530

72.290

100,000

198,410 1,777,560

25,000

610,620 1,044.890

150,000

104,060 1,421,590

136,100

64,110 I rv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Lin. N. Bk. &
Syracuse.
48,590 I rv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Syracuse 1
Syracuse.
95,500 I rv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Syracuse 0
Syracuse.
107.430 C

73,930 1ia * • a*, vu.t ai, At, oj a ahuoc a i. v^u.t oy r “
acuse: 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rochester.
144,840 C

Queens F6

Massena___ 10.637 First National Bk.&Tr.Co. W. F. Willson____ r. C. Crapser_____ D. H. Elliott .
St. Lawrence C19 10% par 100 50-526 dB®T»t’02

Matteawan....
Dntchess B6

4. E. Sutton............

Massena Banking &Trust Co. J. K. Phillips____ 5. A. Horton_____ J. F. Baker,
3. J. Ward,
$210-8%
50-525 d®T*J§’26 W. L. Pratt. Ch.
Sec. and Tr. A. Sec. and A. Tr.
par 100
JV. E. Phillips.
(See Beacon)
Tr. Off.

ESTABLISHED

1877

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1,161,640

360,600

VM)e Cfjgjte Rational Panfe

252,930
180,940

"‘Uiuuu
VU., Al • A. • t J.O l A1 I
192,540 M
Alb.
108,580 CJhase N.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. & Dep. Co.. Syra­
cuse: Mellon N., Pitt.; Northern N. Y.
Tr. Co., Watertown.

OF

THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

1 inn
J.JL40

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass n«

Town and County.
‘County Seats.
In No. 2 F. B. D.
B is Buffalo Br.

oMem.A.B.A.nNew § State fPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSalf%Div.

President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.). Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued
Cashier.

Vice-President.

ASS’T CASHIER.

RESOURCES.
Liabilities.
Bondi Miscel­ Ca*b k ExLoan,
Surplus Depos­ Other
chaugib.Du,
Paid-up
and
L
iabili
­
and
AND
its
Capital Profits
Discount* Bsauritlsa laneous rftOM Bini
ties

H. L. Fleet. Jr------ S 100.000 $ 101,260 S 677,760 $
Mattltuck ....1500 Mattituck National Bank & P. R. Tot hill-------- W. V. Duryee____ ;. D. Oorwin-------Doris Reeve
Joseph B. Hudson
Trust Co.—50-791__d®Tt'05
Suffolk F10
10% par 10
462,000
56,000
25.000
F. W. Murray, Jr.. C. A. Crist________ Marie D. Crist----Bfaybrook ___ 1159 Maybrook National Bank
1175-8% par loo 50-1034 ®*t’21
Orange D4
50,000 135,000 1,170,000
F. W. Crandall— R. D. Reagan_____ H. J. Lockwood— Margaret D. Fox —
iMayvllle____ 1273 State Bank of May ville
F. C. Whitney
| Chautauqua Q2 1325-16% ♦ 50-792 dB®*tS'94
par 100
Mechanic ville 7924 First National Bank _____
Saratoga M23

50,000 $ 491,020 S 316,700 *
40,210

37,i

190,790

333,380

15,640

414,000

748,000

44,000

S

84,270 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Market St. N„ Phil.
43,400 Chase N„ N. Y.
149,000 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. T.; Marine
Tr. Co. (Bk. of Buffalo Br.). Buffalo.

(Closed June 20,193 1, Receiver appointe d July 9,1931)

Manufacturers National Bank ( Closed August 10,1 931, Receiver appoin ted)

215,860 Chase N„ N. Y.: M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo;
Lin. Alliance. Rochester.

R. F. Feller______
Medina______ 6071 Central Bank-------- dB®*t§’09 Watson F. Barry... Erwin Rands-------- E. R. Clark_______ N. J. Maxon
6% par 100 50-411
| Orleans L6
J.M. Collins---------H.W. Robbins— O. E. Walters—
Union Bank_______ d®»t§’61
T. B. Robbins
par 100
50-410

100.000

100,000 1,706,870

71,000

1,233,680

597,010

100,000

107,570 2,318,000

89,660

1,301,710

977,490

49,940

C. S. Westlake____
A. Hallock_______ F. H. Buss,
First National Bank
x
Frank Wolfe
Cash, and F, P. Paul B. Decker
$too-6%
50-1081 d®T»t’24 Karl Nagele, V. P. Wm. S. Christy. Sr.
par 100
Metropolitan____ (See New York City, Borough of Queens)
Queens D4
A. K. Halligan____
Mexico______1297 First National Bk-d®*J1900 R. E. Lavoie-------- 0. A. Peck.
«% par 100 50-793
0, A. Peck, Ch.
Oswego K14

100,000

150,780

961,830

61,970

260,320

668,500

190,080

50.000

30,770

517,920

84,380

238,910

336,600

65,900

114,930 1,028,660

50,000

210,080

898,170

15,130

Merrick_____530
Nassau 17

50,000

Mlddleburg.. .948 First National Bank.d®»t’80 Dow Beekman......... W.G.Beekman.Act. C. H. Weller______
D. C. Dow, Jr.
1200-7% par X00 50-794
Schoharie 022
G. D. Judson-------- Chas. D. Jackson.. R. H. Comfort, Tr, C. R. Richardson.
Mlddleport... 1596 Community Trust Co
Sec.
W. M. Snell. A, Tr.
John C. Fink
6%
♦ 50-1094 d®T»t§’24
B Niagara L6
par 100
First National Bank d®<’08 G. R. Sheldon------ Edgar Knapp_____ John J. Mack_____
1200-10% par 100 50-795
Middletown 21.276
Orange £3

PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS,

FIRST MERCHANTS
NATIONAL BANK

F. W. MURRAY. Jr.— HERBERT SEN6ER— C. A. OWEN- - - - - - - - E-Tl" STERN 0
h.fT. green. A.V.P.
"•c-,racu.
A live commercla

Institution.

HUB"*-

286 090 Chase N„ N. Y.; Marine Tr. (Bk. of Buffalo
Br.). Buff.; N. Y. State N.. Alb.; Cent.
Tr. Co., Rochester.
155,670 Oen$. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

41,650 Gty. Tr. Co. and Bks. Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. Y.
State N., Alb.;lstTr.&Dep. Co..Syracuse.

120,210 Chase N„ N. Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb.

100,000

52,800

701,960

5,780

422.860

317,110

35.450

85,130 Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.: M & T Tr. Co.,
Buffalo; N. Y. State N„ Alb.

25,000

29,380

579,550

53,820

521,310

54,400

40,070

71,960 Chase N„ N. T.; M & T Tr„ Buffalo; N.
Com’l Bk. 8s Tr. Co., Alb.

422.970 6.024.650

864,180

5.858,660 1,208,510

201,680

728.050 Cbsse N., N. Y. Tr. Co., Irv. Tr. Co.,
and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.

1,333,170 12 255 400

8,964,240 3,612,330

384,400

627,590 1st N.. Empire Tr. Co..and N. Y. Tr. Co.,
N. Y.

676,200 7,454.700

458,170 4,007,796 8,827,410

810.840

543,210 N.Y. Tr. Co.. Empire Tr. Co., and Chatham
Phenix N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Corn Ex.
N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Phil.

16,360

41,320 Chase N„ N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syra­
cuse.

250,100

In the Interest of pr ompt service on

& TRUST CO.
par 100
50-244 dB@T»t’31 collections and re ports fee should accompany reque sts.
(Consolidation of First Na­
tional Bk, & Trust Co, and
Merchants National Bank)

Middletown Sav. Bank.»t5’69 G. A. Swayze-------- H. B. Woodward.. D. W. Corbett. Tr.. J. M. Sterling, Sec.
Helen B. Denton.
F. W. Morgans
50-245

A, Sec.

ORANGE COUNTY
TRUST COMPANY
20% par 100 50-247

d®T«t5’92

J. H. SMITH-------- G. SPENCER COWLEY. W.W. WOODWARD.

Sec. and Cash.

GEORGE W. BEAKES.

J.B.STEARRS.A.Sw,

Proper fee should aceom pany each sig ht draft for pres ontatl on
and also ea oh request f or special ere dit report.
l

PROMPT “SERVICE"

OUR MOTTO.

J. T. Molineux ___ G. J. easier_______ E. M. Jackson____ Leo. W. Ravenius..
Mlddlevllle ____760 Middleville National Bank
1125-6%
60-1014 d®»t'20
Herkimer L19
par 100
Milford________491 Milford National Bank®<’99 Chas. J. Armstrong J. G. Traver............. F. L. Platt_______
$150-6%
50—796
Otsego 019
Mlllbrook ___ 1296 BankofMillbrook d®T«t5’91 J. F. Pingry______ Elbert A. Burch — A. O. Wheeler____
$300-12% par 100 ♦ 50-797
Dutchess C6
F, A. Hotchkiss.__ D. J. Gleason-------- G. R. Andrews — W. I. Scutt----------Miller ton______919 Millerton National Bank
M.L. Jenks
$350-12% par 100 50-798 d®»t'82
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100,000

A. Sec.

50,000

45,310

469,840

25,000

86,820

360,000

100.000
50,000

138,220 2,579,820
111,840

865,660

53,200

102,470

30,000

261,650

299,010

836,000

60,000

44,400 N. Otty.K.Y.

282,040 2,344,490

101,820

623,400

21.860

214,980

192,150 Chase N„ N. Y.
197.260 N. Oity, N. Y.; N. Y. State N.. Alb.

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
1190 to each bank in D. 8. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

NEW YORK—Continued

Town and Gountt. •Mem. A. B. A. nNew §8t»te tPrif.

‘County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In No. 2 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
I is Bnffalo Br. d-SafeDep.®SaT.$LastSaIe%Div.

President.

Vice-President,

Cashier.

Ass't Cashier,

Milton______ 1267 First National Bank d®»t’20 J. J. Kaley______
Walter R. Clarke Francis Kaley
Ulster D5
*200-6% par 100 50-1017

Liabilities.
Loans
8 DEPOS­ Oiui
Paid-ui SUEPLU
AND
ud
Liabili­
Capita) Profit
ITS
Dissonnt
ties

S

‘Mlneola____ 8155 CentralNationalBk. dB®#1’29 H. S. Walters____
S. B. Bowne ........... C. D. Broadhurst__ W. H. Abel______
Nassau H6
par 100
50-1157
First National Bank d®T»t'08 H. W. Andrews__ Edward Schmidt__
G. D. Smith,
50-568
P. J. Christ. V. P. L. 1). Howell
V. P. and Cash.
Nassau County Trust Co.
John O. Bergen.__ 0. L. Conklin____ C. L. Conklin, See..
9% par 100 ♦ 50-669 dT'tf’lO
D. G. Lee.Tr. Officer
Mlnoa________ 899 First National Bank _d©t’30 J. A. Strodel.
F. N. Kyser______ A. S. Maynard____
Onondaga L15
*45 par 25
50-1164
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
*70-16% par 10

Mohawk__ __ 2835
Herkimer M19

Monroe______ 1621
Orange £4

56,15

277,54 0

47.500

202,78

108,94 9

116,60 9

52,87 9 Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co.. N. Y.

3,100,06 0

119,840

1,745,21

1,576,84 9

101,43

326,85 9 Chase N. and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

360,421 4,644,8919

260,210

1,556,94

3,112,41

292,45

603,71 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

199,64

3,680

212,731

32,48

15,051

23,06 Chem. Bk. ft Tr. Co., N. Y.; Lin. N. Bk. ft
Tr. Co.. Syracuse.

100.00C

31.62C 1.147,79

150,090

685,101

569,251

78,461

96,701 Chase N., N. Y.

50.00C

100.46C 1.464,761

89,860

929.91C

653,511

41.83C

79.82C Harrimaa N. Bk. ft Tr. Co., N.Y.

50.001

Monroe National Bank
Alex. Thompson__ J. H. Carpenter__ F. E. Hornbeck__
Natalie Scott____
par 100
50-800
d®«t'06
Eleanor Thompson
Montgomery ..884 First National Bank in Mont­ Wm. J. Mould____ J. H. Harris______
K. E. Greene____
Orange D4
gomery—50-801 d®*t'31
C. A. Crist
taken

Sullivan County Trust Co. E. D. Knapp....— W. H. Peters__
Geo. L. Dann,
Gladys J. Lynn,
1180par 100 50-1065 d®T*»'23 C. A. Osborn, Ch
Y. Le Fevre
Tr. and Tr. Off.
Sec. and Tr. Off.
MontourFalls 1489 Montour National Bank
Chas. M. Weed.__ James Towart____ W. Irving Jones__ B. P. Cornell______
Schuyler Pll
*200-8% par loo 50-614 d®»t’14
Moravia _____ 1295 First National Bank ...®*’63 W. E. Greenfield.. William Fitts..
F, H. Cuykendall..
Cayuga N14
(200-10%
50-591
.554

Otsego 018

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
d@r

*150-6%

par 100

50-803

Morristown... 505 Frontier National Bank

St. Lawrence £16 *50.50-12% par20 50-804 d®«+'06

A. E. Potter______ Geo. Whitman___

J. L. Smlthers____ F. H. Wallace___

C. J. Smith____

50,000

46,770

493.0SC

35,050

S10.79C

265.34C

6.970

40,000

24,000

500.90C

34,780

327.730

130,210

17,560

323,920 3,075.770

228,140

1,491,290 1,689,080

161,250

100,000
100.000
25.000
130,000
50,000

R. W. McAalifle...

Morrlsvllle ___ 583 First National Bank ..®*t'64 H. C. Wood_____
F. H.Southworth. B. Tompkins_____ G. L. Babcock____
Madison M16
7%
50-805
Mt. Klsco____5127 Mt.KiscoNationalBk.&Tr.Co. Charles Brown
Charles Ferris___
Westchester

30.001

E. A. Green ..
G. H. Brown____
50-806 d®W95
A, D. Gridley,
A, Tr. Off.
Trust Co. of Northern
Westchester—.dB®T§l926 H. F. Freund_____ L. B. Crane..____ F. C. Spies.
Julia V. O’Brien,
*200 par 100 ♦50-111*

F6 *600-24%

27,240

493,900

25,830

342,840

45,000

263,040 1.507.580

130,000

66,520

735,391

49,220

62,960

Sec. and Tr.

I Livingston N8

WM

J. F. Connor______ B. L. Templeton.. H. R. Porter..

V. F. McClellan... E. J. Maguire,
J. J. Hagmann____
*350-12%
50-142
J. R. Wettstein
V. P. and Cash. Francis S. Wandall.
J. E. Mungar. A.C. A. C. and Tr. Off.
Fleetwood Bank.... d©*t§’28 W. W, Westall,
H. H. Kahrs, Jr.__ H. H. Kahrs, Jr... N. Wm. Knight__
*160 par 100 ♦ 50-144
Ch, of Bd, and Pres,
M.D. Stiles______ M. H. Hall______
MTcoW.
T8USTdBT»tl’03 Arch.
............... .........
M. Campbell, S. Van Tassel

D. B. Donovan,

C. H. Ticknor,

Tr. and A. See.
A.Sec. and A. Tr,
Ch. of Bd. J. M. Bromley,
N. D. Ellison, A.Sec. A. H. Seitz, A. Sec,
V,
P,
and
See.
L.
C.
Wellington, E. H. Bienvenu,
Murray Hill____ (See New York City, Borough of Queens)
Tr. Off.
A. Set,
(Flushing P. O.)

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203,920

75,050
6,000

130,180 Chase N. and Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

66,580 Mnfrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.

53,740 Cent. Han. Bk. ftTr.Co., N.Y.; Watert’n N..
Watertown; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.
45,400 1st N„ N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co- Syracuse.

35,750

169,050

143,390

11,540

283,640

272,590

13,550

200,000

532,200 5,191,440

50,790

2,930,990 2,543,690

79,500

100,000

47,430 1,008,430

36,290

100.000

179,450 2,069.280

200.000

91,840

208,820

341,770

516,130

86,340 1,189,110

943,780

98,730

8,650

1.500,000 1,709,630 4784 200

621,790

50.000

22,420

420,250 Bk. of America N. A. and N. City, N. Y,

125,430 N. City and Chase N„ N. Y.
203,460 Chase N.. N. Y.; M & T Tr.. Bnffalo.

18,930 16 254 520 6,588,870 548,550 1,089,350 Umpire Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Mt. Vernon Tr. Co.,
Vernon; Syracuse Tr.Co., Syracuse.
261,300 2,520.460 8.064,270 1,022,870 1,786,200 1stMt.
N. and Chase N„ N. Y.

861.080

(East S
(West S
(Fifth A
(Gramt

80.170 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. Y. State
N.. Alb.
147,870 1st N., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

47,080

48,680

2,212,100 12 250 260

99,200 Chase N.. N. Y.; 1st N.. Roscoe.

439,450

293,010

500,000 1,256,520 11375 980

386,210 Chase N. and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Phil.
N„ Phil.

361,750

480.780

Queens D4

ESTABLISHED

79,530

784,380 1.092,370

23.970

12% par 20 50-143

Nanuet______ 750 Nanuet National Bk..dB®*’29 Geo. M. Edsall____
G. Burt Johnson... Edward Straub____ J. A. Stefan______
Rockland F5
*160 par 100 50-1162

119,860

35,720

*83-3% par 20 50-531

Mt. Vernon. 61,499 Eastchester Sav. Bk.. _®S'71 S. W. Bertine_____
Franklin T. Davis O. A.Westfall, Tr.. E. I. Ferris, See.__
Westchester G6
50-141
O. A. Westfall
F. V. Krais. A. Tr. F. H. Lautz, A.Sec.
First National Bank..®T*2'89 C. S. McClellan___

133,890

25,000

A. See. A A. Tr.

J. S. Painter. A.Tr.
F. W. Gehrig_____

317,400

50,000

par 100

Mt. Morris.__3238

41.75C Chase N„ N. Y.

ove r by First National Bank in Montgomer
y)

‘Montlcello ..3450 National Union Bk..d®T*t'65 A. A. Calkin______ G. L. Cooke_______
J. R. O’Neill____ F. J. Armstrong.
Sullivan D2
1275-14% par 60 50-802

Morris.

40,74 0 Chase N.. N. Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb.

330,41

Clarence 8. Knight W. A. McClellan... O. Arthur Brooks.
H. E. Coleman....

National Bank of Montgomery (Liquidating and pa rt of assets

9,90 0 3

-----------------------------------------------------

PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS.

100,001

F. W. Crist man.__ Jay Brackett.......... Charles P. Wood..
0. M. Slawson
*120-6% par 100 50-799 d®»t’39
F. C. Davis
*200-10% par 100 50-945

15.330 S 233.22 9 S 213,53 0 S

n

Elbert Hmnu
200,00<
A. Gleichmann
H. K. East, A. See
300,001
W. I. Hegeman, A. Set.

NAT'L MOHAWK VALLEY BK.
CITIZENS BANK—-d®*ii’i5

25.00 3 87.04 S 420,03OS

Resources.
Bonds
OinAlx
Mibcil- CHAM««,I>D
nnd
■
Bssnritis, LAVBOU wmoM Baku

433,930

388,250

29,780

309,610 ifnfrs. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

3 910160 9,596,830 1,520,700 3,587,930 3ent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Irving Tr.
Co., N.Y.; N. Shawmnt, Bos.; N. Y.State
N., Alb*

de Office A.H.Se tz. Mgr. ]
de Office Daniel M. DeW i tt. Mgr.
e. Office, Chas G. Sposato, Mgr.)
<1 n Office, A, J. Ve jr, Mgr.)
346,200

12,360

115,270

182,770

Cfiase J^attonal llanfe

30,550

102,380 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

OF

THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

1
Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
lion to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers
1 loU Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass n.
Town andCountt. j.Vlem.A.B,A.nNew §StatefPr)y.
»Oounty Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In. No. 2 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.®Say.$LastSale%Div.

President.

CASHIER.

Vice-President

Naples______ 1070 George R.Granby & Son.Bkrs.
50-624
t'07
Ontario 010
Hiram Maxfleld Bank .dtt'82
50-623
Narrowsburg.,407 First National Bankd®»4’24 L. C. W. Schneider. L. G. Gebhart........
$225 par 100 50-1080
Sullivan D1
Newark_____ 7649 Arcadia Trust Co... dB®T§'87 P. R. Sleight____ (Jordon G. Harris.
*400 -12%
50-395
J. A. Reed, V P. O.P.H.Vary.Tr.O#.
Wayne Lll

Liabilities.
Paid-up £Surplus Depos­
and
its
Capital Profits

Ass'T Cashier.

D. H. Maxfleld ... W. H. Housel —
Hiram Maxfleld
N. G. Persbacker— I

S

3eo. A. Sleight----- '
Sec. and Tr. .

S. R. Peirson____ K. D. Strife.__ ....
T. D. Prescott
T. F. Chamberlain. G. C. Settle...........
E. D. Parker------ H. L. White_____

Wm. D. Bagshaw

Barclay Van Cleft.
Tr.

S

65,000

287,670

499,500 $

__

18,250

Marine Tr. Co.. Buffalo.

168,860 aty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.: N. Y. State N„ Alb.;
Marine Tr.Co,, Buffalo.
57,360 Cent. Han, Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

200.000

433,020 3,713,540

222,050 2,892,120 1,190,830

121,740

363,920 Chase N. ,N. Y.; Un. Tr. Co., Rochester;
1st Tr. & Dep. Co., Syracuse.

150,000

68,500 2,364,160

179,780 1,120,270 1,294,170

133,340

214,660 1st Tr. & Dep. Co., Syracuse.
53,410 Cent. Han, Bk, &Tr. Co., N. Y.

443,700

48,840

280,620

195,430

13,070

50.000

182,480 1,327,020

12,500

662,910

683,680

32,210

100.000

684,020 5,182,060

58,600 2,674,930 2,552,790

301,730

400.000

736,950 11198 520

200.000 7,287,030 2,975,510

378,680 3,515,980

400.000 3,017,450 1,197,550

80,360

399,890 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co..
Alb.; Phil. N„ Phil.

4,127.750 18 876,030

40,000 14 355 260 7,427,180

611,520

649,820 Title Gty. & Tr„ Gty. Tr.. and Cent. Han.
Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

25,000

193,210 Irving Tr.Co., N. Y.: Syracuse Tr. Co.,
Syracuse.
495,220 Chase N„

N.

Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb.

400,000

(Incl.
Reserves)

104,100 2,168,830 Chase N„ N. Y.; N. Com'l Bk.
Alb.

(Bds. &
Mtgs.)

&

Tr. Co-

369,460

5,350

310,470

54,330

24,770

85,470 Irving Tr. Co., N. Y.; Liberty, Buffalo,

50.000

42,370 1,080,130

58,010

704,210

419,820

27.700

78,790 Chase N„ N. Y.

.

100.000

95,450 1,413,070

12,080 1,071,000

348,980

107,820

92,790 Chase N„ N. Y.

.

100,000

266,480

495,590

162,780

485,190

449,580

14,690

75,380 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

B. D. Blakely___ L. F. Thomas........ C. S. Wooster____ Elva Hawkins —
R. R. Rennie------ J. O. Blinn, Jr----- Wm. Cantwell....... A. J. Geoghegan. -

50.000

26.750

349.670

51,190

290.620

124,160

35,390

27,450 1st N„ N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

14,670 1,854,440

930,310

174,460

F. J. Le Fevre,

-

Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

F. Schaub, A. Tr. E. A. Culp_______ E. A. Culn. Sec.
H. D. Kelly. A.Sec. J. E. Leibfred,
A.S< c.
E. K. Zimmerman,
A, Sec.
CHAS. A.BUTTI-- R. L. COCKS ------ .
M. R.BURNS»A.V.P. WM. S. SHEA.J'r.o, f.

300.000

275,510 2,601,270

450.000

489,680 5,412,790

500,000

61,790 10 839 410 2,588,410
722,670 13 928 220
• West S? de Branc h: 144 U nion Ave

382,680 2,087,390 3,115,840 1,123,890

(Three Branches) G. E. Galgano

a.
50-156

683,060

....

50,240

par 100

$175-15%
par 20

64,730

301,390

50.000

par 20

♦NATIONAL CITY BANK

46,980

50.000

$ 107,340

nthony.

L. E. Wells.__i__
F. H. Ferguson___
Newfane____ 739 State Bk. of Newfane
$200-8% par 100 50-966 d©»t5’16
B Niagara K5
J. P. Mulhall___ H. P. Osborn------- C. K. Clark______ G. W. Healy..
New Hartford 1885
R. R. Davis
$175-8%
50-1029
Oneida M18
par 100
Wm. A. Kielmann. Edward Miller
New Hyde Park Bank of New Hyde Park
A. Holman, V. P. Leone D. Howell
d»+l
Nassau H6 3314 5% par 100 50-1090

50-160dB®T«t

Principal Correspondents.
Cash k ExHANOBBjDU*
rxoM Barks

Sec.
Counsell

HUGUENOT TRUST CO.

25,000

509,480

25.000

Highland-Quassaick National D. E. McKinstry .. O. M. Cleveland— H. N. Jamison___
(One Branch)
F. N. Bain
Bk. & Tr. Co.........d®T«t’34
10% par 50 50-174
J. C. Brown...........
W O Rcntt
National Bank of Newburgh
$150-8%
50-173 d®T«t’1811
parlOO
F. C. Balfe ___ .. Hiram Merritt.... Harry F.Sjnitb. Tr. F. E. Hoffmann.
Newburgh Savings Bk.
A. 1
JohnT.Howell.Sec.
S. L. Stewart
4H%
50-175
d®t§ 52
A. E. Purdy, A. Sec. R. Carnright,

$500-10%

ties

Resources.
Bonds
Loam
Miscel­
and
and
Discounts Sseuritise laneous

Chase N„ N.

A. Tr. Off,

New Paltz___1362
$200-12%
50-605
Ulster C5
par 100
w Paltz Savings Bk—t
50-606
Newport_____ 696 National Bk. of Newport
$60-6% par 20 50-808 d®»
Herkimer L19
NewRochelIe.54,000 ♦CENTRAL NATIONAL B/
50-161 dB®T»
Westchester G6 $100-8%

Other
Liabili­

J. W. Granby------F. W. Fox

par 100

First National Bank. d©»I'53
$155 par 100 50-394
Newark Valley_795 First National Bank .d®»J'll H. L. Knapp. Sr...
$175-6% par 10050-911
Tioga Q15
New Berlin... 1076 National Bk. of New Berlin A. W. Morse____
$100-16% par 100 50-921d®»t’12
Chenango 017
New Brighton___ (See New York City JBorough of Richmond)
Richmond F5
Jas J. Flanagan ..
Newburgh ..31,275 COLOMBUS TRUST COMPANY Jas.
$350-15%
50-177 ©T»t§'93
.Orange ,D5

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.). Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

R. RENNIE- —

punsGEO. WATSON

232,230 Chase N„ N. Y.
408,020 Irv. Tr. Co. and Harriman N. Bk. & Tr.
N. Y.

620,620 1,164,240 Bkrs, Tr. Co. and Chase N„ N. Y.

BENTON KLEIN. y p

WM. S. SHEA
dB®T»9l )
J.
(.SPECIAL ATT ENTION ASSUB ED TO CASH AN D TIME ITEMS.

Irv. Tr. Co., N.City, and Bkrs. Tr. Co.
c. 400.000 1,285,95( 12 593 40C 2,179,800 5,032,160 8,808,31( 1,485,820 1,132,870 N.Y.; N. Y. state N„ Alb.; Phil. N„ Phil
J. M. Perley_____ J. A. Huntington,
7. \North Ave. Brc nch)
Sec.
G. I. Elder
Geo. E. Dolan,
A. Sec.
e. Branch,
erated as North Ave.
North Av. Bank tfe Tr. Co, ... (Merged with New Rochelle Trust Co., July 27, 1931 and op
270,53C 100,570 N. City and New Rochelle Tr. Co., N
325,57 2,836,70 ........... 2.111.51C 679,67
Jos.
S.
McCoy.
A.L.Hammett.Sec.
Rochelle.
♦Peoples Bank for Savings George Watson.__ S. F.Swinburne.—
(Bds. &
A.
John
F.
Lambden
4%
50-158
d®«t§’0<
Mtgs.)
r.l
R. J. Walters, Tr,... F. A. Post.
J. W. Spalding.__
1
i'tcw ivuv;ucjic v^icai tufc uuu

♦NEW ROCHELLE TR. CQ.

$235-22!*% 50-157 dB®T»i§'8!
par 20

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42nd Street at Madison Avenue
at Seventh Avenue
Park Avenue at 57th Street
enue

Fifth Avenue at 28th Street
72nd Street at Broadway
96th Street at Broadway
125th St. at Old Broadway
220 E. 42nd Street
Madison Ave. at 72nd St
Varick Street at Vandam Street
Canal Street at Broadway
Bowery at Bond Street

Park Avenue
One Park Avenue

86th St. at Broadw
St. at Amsterdam Ave,
4255 Broadway near
Street at Fifth Avenue
near Third Ave.
at First Avenue
near Lexington Ave.
125 th
at Seventh Ave
111th Street at Broadw

orou

>/ Brookly

Montague Street
Myrtle Avenue at Bleecker Street
Nostrand Avenue at Herkimer Street
Myrtle Avenue at Clinton Avenue
Pennsylvania Avenue at Liberty Avenue
Fifth Avenue at 54th
Eighteenth Avenue at 64th Street
Flatbush Avenue near Bergen Street
Fourth Avenue’at 85th Street
Flatbush Avenue at Church Avenue
36th Street at Third Avenue
Beach Avenue
Manhattan Ave. at Noble Street
Flatbush Avenue at
vingston Street

orou
149th

Courtlandt Avenue

Creston

orou

near Fordham Road

ueens

ain Street, Flushing
11 Union
amaica
Queens Plaza East, Long Island City 218th St. at Jamaica Ave., Queens Villagi
at Fresh
Continental Ave. at Austin St., Forest Hills
St., Astoria
Roosevelt Ave, at 81st St Jackson Heights
ARGENTINA
(Sub-branches)

Plaza Once
Retiro

BELGIUM

CUBA
Caibarien
Camaguey
Ciego de Avila
Florida
Guantanamo
Havana

Antwerp

BRAZIL

(Sub-branches)

Pernambuco
Rio de Janeiro
Santos (Agy)
Sao Paulo

CHILE

Santiago
Valparaiso

CHINA

Canton
Hankow
Hongkong
Peiping
Shanghai
Tientsin

COLOMBIA
Bogota
Medellin

Cuatro Caminos
Galiano
La Lonja
Plaza de la
Fraternidad
Holguin
Manzanillo
Matanzas
Moron
Nuevitas
Palma Soriano
Pinar del Rio
Remedios
Sagua La Grande
Sancti Spiritus
Santa Clara
Santiago

oreign B ranc
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Barahona
La Vega
Puerto Plata
San Pedro de Macoris
Santiago de los Caballeros
Santo Domingo City

ENGLAND
London

MANCHURIA
Darien
Harbin
Moukden

MEXICO
PERU
Lima

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Manila

:rloo

INDIA

PORTO RICO
Arecibo—Bayamon
Caguas—Mayaguez
Ponce—San Juan

Bombay
Rangoon

PANAMA

ITALY
Genoa
Milan

JAPAN

Colon
Panama

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS
URUGUAY
Montevideo

Tokio
Yokohama

VENEZUELA

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Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
1 1 q9
®acl1 bank in u- s- exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers*
-*•
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City

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•Mem.A.B.A.nNew JSUtetPriv.
{Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Eitab.
♦Fed. Res.Dept* :T-Tru*t B-Bond

List

of

(Borough of Manhattan, F 5)
Pop. Greater New York 6,930,446

(Federal Reserve City No. 2)
* Liabilities.
Other
Paid-up Surplus
Total
AND
Liabili­
Capital
Profits Deposits
ties

Officers.

d-SafeDep.®SaT.$LastSale%DlT.

* Resources.
Loans

BONDS

Mibcbl-

Discounts Securities Rbsoubcm

Cash ft Ex*

N. Y. Clearing House Assn. Members shown by*
Affiliated Banks by +

PROM BaNXB

DIRECTORS
LEWIS E. PIERSON,

HARRY E. WARD,

Chairman of the Board

CORRESPONDENTS
Leading banks throughout the World

%
S
$
$
s
s
$
$
50.000,000 75.429.420 547845760 107 317 460 346 870 300 156799720 121 407 950 155514670

Preeident

THEODORE H. BANKS,

^Figures as of June 30,1931

Viee-Chairman

BENJAMIN L ALLEN,
Vice-President

AVERY D. ANDREWS,

Irving
Trust
Company
ONE WALL STREET

Royal Dutch-Shell Companies

MERLIN H. AYLESWORTH,
President, National Broadcasting
Company, Inc,

WILLIAM M. BARRETT,
President, Adams Express Co,

MILO M. BELDIN6,
Vice-President
International Salt Company

H. C. BLACKISTON,
Director, Furness, Withy <fc Co., Ltd.
and Prince Line, Ltd.

EDWARD H. CLARK,
President, Cerro de Pasco
Copper Corporation

WARREN CRUIKSHANK,

NEW YORK CITY
152-16%
par 10

♦

1-67 Hd®T*t§’38

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President, Cruikshank Company

Vice-President
Bonbright & Co., Inc,

SIDNEY Z. MITCHELL,
Chairman of Board
Electric Bond and Share Company

JOHN C. ORCUTT,
Vice-President

AUGUSTUS G. PAINE,
President, New York <k
Pennsylvania Co.

HUBERT T. PARSON,
President, F. W. Woolworth Co.

JOHN J. PULLEYN,
Chairman of the Board of Trustees,
Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank

JACOB L. REISS,
President
International Tailoring Company

JOHN F. DEGENER, JR.,
C. A. Auffmordt <fc Co.

WILLIAM K. DICK,
Vice-President, National Sugar
Refining Company

WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Chairman, Finance Committee,
Paramount Publix
Corporation

HENRY FLETCHER,
President, Shreve <t Adams, Inc.

GEORGE F. GENTES,
Vice-President

HAROLD A. HATCH,
Vice-President
Deering Milliken & Co., Inc,

ADAM K. LUKE,
Treasurer, West Virginia Pulp
and Paper Company

H. A. MATHEWS,
Vice-President

EVERY BANKING

SIDNEY A. MITCHELL,

WILLIAM SKINNER,
President, William Skinner & Sons

MATTHEW S. SLOAN,
President
The New York Edison Company

ALFRED H. SWAYNE
Vice-President
General Motors Corporation

AND

N INSTITUTION with headquarters at One
Wall Street, and with thirty Banking
Offices in New York City, offering every banking
and trust service, and conducting business on a
world-wide scale.

A

Customers situated in the United States out­
side of New York City are served by the
OUT-OF-TOWN OFFICE, in the Irving
Trust Company Building at One Wall Street.
Customers situated outside the United States
are served by the FOREIGN OFFICE, also in
the Irving Trust Company Building at One Wall
Street.
Customers in New York City are served by
twenty-eight Banking Offices at important cen­
ters throughout Greater New York.
Each Banking Office offers the complete
facilities of the entire institution.

J. H. WALBRIDGE,

TRUST SERVICE
DEPOSIT SERVICE
Collection of Coupons
Transit Facilities

CREDIT-LOAN SERVICE

FOREIGN EXCHANGE SERVICE
Import and Export Credits
Travelers* Letters of Credit

INVESTMENT SERVICE
INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
Investment Counsel
Purchase and Sale of Securities
Safekeeping of Securities

PERSONAL TRUST SERVICE
Executor or Administrator
Trustee
Guardian

New York

THOMAS J. WATSON,

CORPORATE TRUST SERVICE

President and General Manager,
International Business Machines
Corporation

DANIEL W. WHITMORE,
First Vice-President
East River Savings Bank

HARRY M. WILLIAMS,

Director, The Union News Co, and
American News Company, Inc.

Banking Offices and Official Person­
nel appear on the opposite page.

Trustee
Transfer Agent
Registrar
Dividend Disbursing
Coupon Paying

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BANKING
OUT-OF-TOWN OFFICE

OFFICES
OFFICES TO SERVE NEW YORK CITY CUSTOMERS (Cont’d)

One Wall Street, New York City
Providing banking facilities In New York City for customers
located In the United States outside
New York City.

H. A. MATHEWS, Vice-President
WILLIAM FEICK, A. E. VAN DOREN, Vice-Presidents; LAWRENCE B. CAREY,
WILLIAM F. DOYLE, GUSTAV GARDNER, BYRON J. QUINN, J. WHITNEY
RICHMOND, Assistant Vice-Presidents; CLIFFORD 0. CORWIN, CHARLES G.
GAMBRELL, ELMER HIBBE, H. MILLER LAWDER, GEORGE W. LEMAN, WILLIAM
H. PULLMAN, WALTER E. SEIBERT, ALFRED P. WATSON, Assistant Secretaries.

TWENTY-FIRST STREET OFFICE,* Fifth Ave. at 31st St., Manhat­
tan—GEORGE F. GENTES, Vice-President; JOHN W. KONVALINKA, Assistant
Vice-President;

ALWIN B. CRAFT, H. SERENBETZ,

Assistant Secretaries.

TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET OFFICE,* Madison Ave. at 38th St.,

Manhattan-GEORGE F.GENTES , Vice-President; JOHN W.KONVALINKA, ALEX­
ANDER G. IRVINE, Assistant Vice-Presidents; JAMES L. LANCTOT, Assistant

Secretary,

FIFTH AVENUE OFFICE,* Empire State Bldg., 350 Fifth Ave., Man­
hattan—HARRIS A. DUNN, JOHN S. SAMMIS, Vice-Presidents; EUGENE G.

MAHONEY,

SEVENTH AVENUE OFFICE,* Seventh Ave. at 37th St., Manhattan—

JOHNS. HAMILTON, MAX RUBIN , Vice-Presidents.

DUNN, CHARLES ELLIOT WARREN. CLAUDE V. ALLNUTT, ALLEN R. COBB, VicePresidents; EDWARDL. BISHOP, HENRY E.STUBING, Assistant Vice-Presidents;
GEORGE J. DENIKE, JOHN A. PHELAN, Assistant Secretaries.

Providing banking facilities for customers located outside
the United States.

Trust
Company
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JAMES HECKSCHER, Vice-President.
L. I. ESTRIN, FREDERIC HARTMAN, H. A. MATHEWS, Vice-Presidents; H. D. R.
BURGESS. E. R. DUER, JOSEPH W. ROWE, Assistant Vice-Presidents; GEORGE
W. BOYD, E. F. GAUDINEER, L. R. GEISLER, A. G. HESSER, L. WERNER KNOKE,
CHARLES 0. WOLFF, Assistant Secretaries: Representatives Abroad—
London, HERBERT H. COWARD; Paris, JEAN DE LA TAILLE; Berlin, ALOIS
A. F. MARCUS.

PARK AVENUE OFFICE,* Park Ave. at 46th St., Manhattan—HARRIS

A. DUNN,

Vice-President;

OLIVER C. WAGSTAFF,

Assistant Vice-President,

ruuTi-niiM'i'H STREET OFFICE,* 49th St. at Seventh Ave., Man­
hattan—JOHN S. HAMILTON, Vice-President; G. N. JACOBS, Assistant
Vice-President;

HARRY J. SPIESS,

Assistant Secretary.

’

FIFTY-NINTH STREET OFFICE.* 59th St. at Park Ave., Manhattan—

HARRIS A. DUNN,

Vice-President;

CHARLES W. HODSON,

HARLEM OFFICE,* 135th St. at Seventh Ave., Manhattan—HORACE

A. MARSLAND,

Vice-President;

HARRY WEISS,

Assistant Vice-President,

BRONX OFFICE,* Third Ave. at 148th St., Bronx—HORACE A. MARSLAND,

HUNT’S POINT OFFICE,* Southern Blvd. at 163rd St., Bronx—HORACE

A. MARSLAND,
WALL STREET OFFICE, One Wall Street, Manhattan—GEORGE

F. GENTES, BENJAMIN L. ALLEN, THEODORE P. DIXON, WILLIAM N. ENSTROM,
GEORGE C. HAIGH, FREDERICK G. HERBST, ARTHUR W. HUTCHINS, WENTWORTH
P. JOHNSON, ORRIN R. JUDD, Vice-Presidents; HENRY M. ATKINS, GEORGE A.
BRYSON, JOHN DUNBAR, FRANK E. FISCHER, GEORGE W. GIDDINGS, STACY R.
HILLS, HENRY MAJOR, JOHN P. G. MORAN, Assistant Vice-Presidents; WALLACE
G. BROADHURST, KENNETH L. CAMBPELL, THOMAS E. CLEMENTS, WILLIAM K.
DOGGETT, NATHANIEL R. HOYT, ARTHUR B. KING, WILLIAM MACALISTER, Jr.,
CHARLES J. MAURER, HARRY D. MILBANK, DOUGLAS T. NEWBOLD, CHARLES V.
A. WALSH, ROSWELL F. YOUNG, Assistant Secretaries.
MARKET AND FULTON OFFICE,* 150 William St., Manbattan-

WILLIAM M. ROSENDALE, Vice-President; WILLIAM GRAFE,
President; HARRY T. JONES. Assistant Secretary.

Assistant Vice-

F. GENTES, EMIL KLEIN, BENJAMIN F. WERNER, MALCOLM C. HUTCHISON,
Presidents; PERCY W. HULSE, JAMES P. KEELY, Assistant Secretaries.

Vice-

AETNA OFFICE,* W. Broadway at Chambers St., Manhattan—WILLIAM

H. PANGBURN,

Vice-President;

JOHN EGOLF,

JOHN W. KONVALINKA,
VANDERBOGET, Assistant Secretary.

HARRY WEISS,

A. MARSLAND,

Vice-President;

A ssistant Vice-President,

HARRY WEISS,

Assistant Vice-President.

CITY ISLAND OFFICE, 367 City Island Avenue, Bronx—HORACE

A. MARSLAND,

Vice-President;

HARRY WEISS,

Assistant Vice-President,

BOROUGH HALL OFFICE,* Court and Livingston Sts., Brooklyn—

STANLEY T.WRATTEN,

V ice-President;

RALPH R. WARDELL, Assistant Secretary.

NOSTRAND AVENUE OFFICE, 681 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn—STANLEY

T. WRATTEN,

HAYWARDS. KIRBY
Vice-President and Secretary

HORACE A. MARSLAND
H. A. MATHEWS
PAUL E. MEAD
CARL A. MILLER
JOHN C. ORCUTT
G. A. O'REILLY
V ice-Presidents

Vice-President.

STANLEY T. WRATTEN, Vice-President; FRANKLIN SCHENCK,
President; LEONARD F. MAYR, Assistant Secretary,

Assistant Vice-

NEWTON D. ALLING
RAYMOND B. BEACH
CHARLES I.DEARDEN
THEODORE W. EGLY
ROBERT H.ELMENDORF
NORTHROP HOLBROOK
ROBERT L. SMITH
LEON J. WEHBRING
A ssistant Vice-Presidents

ELDRED H. BRANDON
FREDERICK J. GRIESMER
NOLAN HARRIGAN
GEORGE A. JACOBY
WILLIAM H. KEELER
NELSON M. McKERNAN
RALPH W. NOREEN
HERMAN SCHNAPP
Assistant Secretaries

NEWKIRK PLAZA OFFICE, 37-38 Newkirk Plaza, Brooklyn—STANLEY

T. WRATTEN,

Vice-President.

Assistant Secretaries.

PACIFIC OFFICE,* 470 Broadway, Manhattan—GEORGE F. GENTES, VicePresident;

Vice-President;

FORDHAM OFFICE,* E. Fordham Road at Marlon Ave., Bronx—HORACE

FLATBUSH OFFICE,* Flatbush Ave. at Linden Blvd., Brooklyn—

WOOLWORTH OFFICE,* Woolworth Building, Manhattan—GEORGE

Vice-Presidents

Assistant Secretary,

Vice-President; HARRY WEISS, Assistant Vice-President; WILLIAM A. FREY,
JR., WILLIAM J. GEHLEN, Assistant Secretaries.

OFFICES TO SERVE NEW YORK CITY CUSTOMERS

WALLACE BENEDICT
ROBERT C. EFFINGER
PHILIP F. GRAY
EUGENE D. JUNIOR

Assistant Vice-President.

LINCOLN OFFICE,* 43nd St., at Park Ave., Manhattan—HARRIS A.

FOREIGN OFFICE: One Wall Street, New York City

GENERAL OFFICE
One Wall Street

Assistant Vice-President;

RONALD E.

STANLEY T. WRATTEN,

Vice-President;

MARK L. COREY, Assistant

Secretary.

FORT HAMILTON OFFICE, 444 Eighty-sixth St., Brooklyn-STANLEY

VARICK STREET OFFICE, Varlck St. at Van Dam St., Manhattan-

GEORGE F. GENTES, Vice-President; JOHN W. KONVALINKA,
President; JOHN F. LAWLOR, Assistant Secretary.

NEW UTRECHT OFFICE,* New Utrecht Ave. at 53rd St., Brooklyn—

Assistant Vice-

EIGHTH STREET OFFICE,* Broadway at Eighth St., Manhattan—

GEORGE F. GENTES, Vice-President; JOHN W. KONVALINKA, Assistant VicePresident; PETER E. CONNELL. EOMUND S. MASSEL, Assistant Secretaries,

T. WRATTEN,

Vice-President.

AVENUE M OFFICE, Avenue M at East 19th St., Brooklyn—STANLEY

T. WRATTEN,

Vice-President.

MARLBORO OFFICE, 311 Kings Highway, Brooklyn-STANLEY T
WRATTEN, Vice-President.

Each Banking Office pro­
vides Deposit, Credit-Loan,
Foreign Exchange, Trust
and Investment facilities,
with the added experience,
world-wide connections
and resources of the entire
institution.

FACTS On Directory Advertising
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NLESS you advertise your bank in the

U

BLUE Book, you are running counter
to the judgment of NINE OUT OF TEN
of the American banks which advertise in
bank directories.

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WO OUT OF THREE of such banks set
the example of using the BLUE BOOK
exclusively and treating any other bank
directory advertising as useless duplica­
tion.

These are not claims but facts. No research is necessary to check them —
simply compare the BLUE BOOK with its nearest competitor. You’ll find
as follows:
EXCLUSIVE ADVERTISERS
Reserve
City Banks*

Other
Banks

Total

279
80
199

3692
619
3073

3971
699
3272

584
385
199

4978
1905
3073

5562
2290
3272

Banks Advertising Exclusively in BLUE BOOK
Banks Advertising Exclusively in nearest competitor Difference in favor of BLUE BOOK

ALL ADVERTISERS
Total banks Advertising in BLUE BOOK ...
Total Banks Advertising in nearest competitor
Difference in favor of BLUE BOOK
...

89% of those banks in the United 68% of the banks in the United
In Exact Percentages
Note Especially

States which buy bank di­
rectory advertising, advertise with the
Rand McNally Bankers Directory.

the BLUE BOOK’S Dominating Position with banks
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tory advertising, advertise exclusively
in the Bankers Directory.
*Banks located in the 48
reserve cities.

1 I oc

Number under Name r Bank Is tbe New Transit Number given
to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNaliy Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

•Mem. A.B. A. nNew §State t Pri?.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

(Federal Reserve City No. 2)

Resources.

Liabilities.

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Other
Paid-up Surplus
Total
Liabili­
and
Deposits
Capital Propits
ties

Amalgamated Bk.of N.Y.
Adolph Held_____ J. S. Potofsky____ James B. Murray— Joseph Hillman— S 650,000 J
6% par 100
1-337
d®»t§’23 SidneyHillman, Ch. J. G. Rolph
.VI. B. Horton,
♦ (Union Square)
A. V. P.

M. G. B. WHELPLEY— W. T. HOOPS_ _ _ _ _ KENLY SAVILLE, Tr,.
JOHN F. SCHMID
A. H. TIEMEYER,
A. Tr.
C. J. MURRAY
P. C. BEARDSLEE.

American
Express
Bank & Trust
Co.

(BoruJ^PiW>lanhcj.ter, F .Ji
Pop. Greater New York 6,930,446

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City

519.970

7,984,890 $

Loans

Bonds

and

and

Discounts

SacuBmas

MisciilCash t SxLANBOUS
CHANGES, Dill
Rbboubcbs

209,930 I 3,472,710 $ 4,167,150 $

N. Y. Clearing Honse Assn. Members shown by *
Affiliated Bks. by +

Principal

correspondents.

101.660 $ 1,623,260 N. Y. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Amalgamated Tr. & Sav., Chi.

A. Sec,

ETZ. A. Sec.
Tr. Off. LEENDERT tollig.

.

10 000,000

5,502,270 22,312,540 12,766,590

18,417,150 17,207,540 11,853,430 3,103,280 Chase National Bank, New York.

1,175,340 12,128,580 ________

8,299,710

A. Tr.

A BANK WITH FAC IL IT I ES FOR GENERAL
BANKING BUSINESS - PERSONAL TRUSTS CORPORATE TRUSTS - INVESTMENT SERVICES
FOR INDIVIDUALS AND BANKS.

par 100

1-789
®T»t§’30
(65 Broadway)

WIDESPREAD INTERNATIONAL RELATION­
SHIPS FOR SERVING FINANCIAL AND INDUS­
TRIAL INSTITUTIONS IN FOREIGN LANDS.

American Savings Bk. ©«t§'82 Wm. M. Campbell. J. F. Fargo...
4%
1-197 (115 West 42d)
Wm. C. Story

American Trust Company.

Alfred Osterland, J. V. Irwin, Sec....
Tr. T. F. McDonough
A. Tr.

4,273,480

269,970

460,760

(Merged with the Ba nk of Manhattan Tr ust Co., November 17 , 1930)

Gertler, Devlet & Co.
Municipal and Land Bank Bonds

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Bids — Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK. N.Y.,11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass.. 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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dumber under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank In U. 8. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’

oMem. A.B. A. "New §State tPrir.
{Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Dlv.

American Union Bank

THE ANGLO-SOUTH
AMERICAN TR. GO.
par 100

1-545
d®T*J5'23
(49 Broadway)

American Representative of

IBE«SX.
LTD.
(LONDON)

BANCA COMMER­
CE ITALIANS
TRUST CO.
1358-10% par 100 1-752 dB®T*§’24
(62-64 William St.)

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d
Liabilities.

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Other
Total
Paid-up Surplus
and
Deposits Liabili­
Capital Profits
ties

Loans
and
Discounts

Federal Reserve City No. 2

Resources.
N. Y. Clearing House Assn, members shown by *
Affiliated Banks by +
Uikil- Can A lxBonds
UNIOOI
8UMH,Dn
AND
Principal correspondents.
Bicumirni Raaoumeaa non Bans

(Closed for liquidati on August 5, 1931)
by THE ANGLO-SOUTH AMER
4,211.586 Represented
BANK, Ltd., and Its affiliated and
auxiliary Institutions In:
Receive checkins, time deposit and special Interest accounts In dollars or foreign currencies. Issue letters of credit for travelers or severing
England Argentine Colombia Guatemala
Importation or exportation of merchandise to and from all parts of the world. Negotiate drafts covering exports frees the United States. Buy
Spain
Peru
Uruguay
Salvador
and sell checks or drafts and effect telegraphic transfer of funds on all parts of the world. Purchase and sell foreign exchange of the various
Mexico
Ecuador
Yeneiuela Nicaragua
currencies. The last-mentioned function should be of particular Interest to those having International transactions, as the Trust ComChile
pan j Is In constant direct communication with the Head Office and branches of the Anglo-South American Bank* Ltd., situated at tendon
Correspondents: Aaglo-Soith America! Bask.
and the most Important financial centers In Europe as well as South and Central America.
Ltd., London, England.
SEE ADVERTISEMENT ON “INDEX TO SOUTH AMERICA”

,C. STEMMING...... CECIL PI ATT_ _ _ _ _ _ T. F. WALTER, Tr.— W. I. TRA6HSEL, Sec.

SIRO FUSI,

'c'h ofBd
Pres
oj tsa. and
anarres.

J.J..JURUND — J.S. DURLAMD. Tr.. Asst. Treasurers
WA Sec. NIKLAUS,
...........
FRANCO
PER
IRENNA.
OAMMIU
| TUSI0I WALTER
and
Tr. Off.
[A RIZZI
EUGENIO DONEGANI. LAWRENCE PINTO.
lORBERA
A. \.P.
A. Sec.

1.I6I.660

757,346 6.S05.346 2,378,136 2,354,766 2,864,886 1,466,656

Banca Commerclale Italians, Milan. Genoa, Borne,
and Naples.

2.666,666

2,678,156 15,152,656 1.232,846

4,782,636

7.318,310

1,466,300 6,895,590

922,980

5,921,890

1,545,850

Offers a Careful and Efficient Banking Service.

OFFICES
116th St. at Second Ave.
339 Sixth Ave. at 4th St.
114 Mulberry St.
212 Columbia St., Brooklyn.
60th Ave. cor. Vernon Are., Long Island City.

AFFILIATIONS AND CORRESPONDENTS THROUGHOUT
THE WORLD.

Angelo Cestari, Tr. M. Girosi.
A. Corigliano,
Philip Torchio,
Banco DI Napoli Trust Co.
Sec. and A, V. P.
Exec.
1-790
B©T* l’30 Ch, of Bd. and Pres.
E. Nardoni,
E. M. Berry
(526 Broadway)
A. V. P.
1. Marchisio,

1,000,000

780,320

9,953,770

1,373,840

4,666,710
N.. and Corn Ex„ N. Y.
throughout the world.

Other correspondents

A. V. P.

‘BANKERS TRUST COMPANY (SEE PAGE 1137)

Bank for Sav. in the City of

N.Y____ 1-170_____»t§18l
4%
(280-4th Ave.)

(1 Branch)

C.ANDREADES, A.Sec.

RANK OF ATHENS T. ELIASCOTRUST CO.
$200 por 100 1-758
dB®T5'26
(205 W. 33d St.)

29,279,030 184 375 360

W.E. Hallett, Exec. E. W. Ryan, Tr. ..
J. R. Cornwall,
R. W. Mott. Exec. W. F. Ferguson,
A. Sec.
A. Tr.
R. R. McElvare,
Exec. A. Abresch,
C. H. R. Burling,
And.
Compt.
J. E. Freeman

GENERAL COMMERCIAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Greek Exchange bought and sold. Drafts, mall or telegraphic
transfers on Greece.
Letters of credit, drafts, mall and telegraphic transfers In
Drachmae and other foreign monies on Greece and the various
countries throughout Europe.

Thos. Capek, Jr..
Thomas Capek .— A. B. Achec______ Julius Stronczer.
Bank of Europe Trust Co.
Tr.
A, Tr,
Emil Markus
s%
♦ 1-245 dB®T«ti’10
Michael Piluacek

par 25 (1429 First Ave.)

242,000 115 735 780 89,642,070

2,951,730

5,566,800

119,166 1,392,249 PRINifCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS: Guaranty
Tr. Co. and Irv.Tr. Co., N. Y.; Bk. of Athens,
Greece, London, Egypt, and Cyprus.
Facilities for the transaction of every kind of domestic and foreign
banking business.
Complete facilities for handling business of Correspondent Banks,
principally those dealing with establishments In Greece, Egypt,
England and
England
ai Cyprus.

566.668

557,546 6,648.476

85,156

1,000.000

896,090 12,708,920

226,660

1,561,716 4,178,666

6,837,500

6,525,840

526,630

941,700 Empire Tr. Co.and Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.j Zivnostenska Banka, Prague; Eauitable Tr. Co., Paris.

%

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NEW YORK. N.Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO. III., 120 South La Salle St.

Philippine—Hawaiian—Porto Rican Bonds

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

mtrn

mm

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given

1137

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d

to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’

•Mem.A.B.A.nNew §Stat« fPriv.
(Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%DlT.

♦Liabilities.
Officers.

SEWARD PROSSER, Chairman, Managing Committee.
^ .A. A. TILNEY
_. HENRY J. COCHRAN
Chairman of the Board

Vice-Chairman of the Board

Paid-up Subplus
Total
and
Deposits
Capital Profits

♦Resources.
Otheb
Liabili­
ties

BONDS
Miscel­
Oajh * *xAND
<auaeaa,Dtra
laneous
Discounts SSCUSITTBS Resources nOH Baiu

Loanb
AND

Directors

3
3
S
3
s
$
3
25,000,009 17,792,420 037300 280 •0,372.300 397805890 100 793 080 106114 300 100751710
"Figures ot June 80. 1931

President

GENERAL

Vice-Presidents

LA. TOMPKINS
A. S. COBB

BANKING DEPARTMENT

BANKERS
TRUST
COMPANY

1134-30%

par 10

1-103

dBT*t5’03

New York Offices
WALL STREET OFFICE
Sixteen Wall Street•

Vice-Presidents

A. KEIDEL
W?A®DSE°RS0N

LOUIS S. BRADY
HUGH H. MCGEE
J. B. EVERETT

F. S. BALE
ALE*. H. ARDREY
Assistant Vice-President*

I-MF

"t
S FAU

Assistant Treasurers

F. TREFCER
F. BRANDIN
B. THOMAS

Hi PETERS
.’ETERS
E. J. HOSSFIELD

UbWfF
H. H. RIPLEY

PERSONAL AND CORPORATE TRUST
DEPARTMENT
Vice-Presidents

H. F. WILSON, Jr.

R. 6. PAGE
P. E. GODRIDGE
G. L. LEWIS
P. G. GATES
W. D. LITHGOW

Trust Officers

W

Assistant Secretaries

C. W. CAMPBELL
W. C. MEYERS

Assistant Trust Officers

H. A. WHEELER

H. J. BOMHOFF

H. M. EDDY

CORPORATE AGENCY DEPARTMENT
Vice-President

B. W. JONES

Sth AVENUE OFFICE
at 42d Street*
S7th STREET OFFICE
at Madison Avenue*

, .H.B.WATT
E. E. BEACH
C. A. ZOLLINHOFER

Assistant Secretaries

L. H. PLUMB
C. G. HAVILAND

CORPORATE A6ENCY DEPARTMENT
CUSTODIAN DEPARTMENT

L.
G.
Treasurer

.
NORMAN DODD

Assistant Trust Officer


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TRUST DEPARTMENT

CUSTODIAN DEPARTMENT

Vice-President

London Office
26 Old Broed Street

FOREIGN DEPARTMENT

Vice President and Secretary

BRENTON WELLING

Peris Office
5 Piece Vendome

BANKING DEPARTMENT

C. C. GARDNER

Assistant Secretaries

J. H. LEWIS
H. L. SjMMS
..
.
0. FRIT

C. F. SALKELD

F. W. BOEHM

COMPTROLLER'S DEPARTMENT

W. F. RUTHERFORD, Jr. . . Auditor
C. BORMAN .
.. Ass't Auditor

Comptroller

.

• ,hsulcCV7?LroUer
JOHN F. RATH . .

. Asst Comptroller

FOREIGN DEPARTMENT

Vice-President

SECURITY BUSINESS
Conducted by Bankers Company of
New York, a subsidiary organized
November 1, 1928. (See page 1180.)

Assistant Treasurer

E. S. CHAPPELEAR

W. J. KENNY

johrldowneJarkleywyckoff.

H.H. MARTIN
H.C.BOCK .

.. ., .Trust Officer
.Ass't Vice-President

.

fflRr0HP-BELKNAf

W. W. VlALLS . . . Ass't Treasurer
J. W. BL00DG00D . . Ass’t Treasurer

H. E. MUMFORD, Ass't Trust Officer

FIFTY-SEVENTH STREET OFFICE

R. H. GILES .
E. T. HETZLEB

..
..

. Vice-President
.
Tftjwursr

WILLIAM MCKINLEY

F. W. BRISTOW . . . Ass't Treasurer
JEAN A. REID . . . Ass’t Treasurer
. . . Ass't Trust Officer

RESOURCES

OVER

FIFTH AVENUE OFFICE
Vice-Presidents

STEPHEN BIRCH
CORHELIUS H. BLISS
EDWIN M. BULKLEY
F. N. B. CLOSE
HENRY J.COCHRAN
THOMAS COCHRAN
S. SLOAN COLT
JOHN I. DOWNEY
PIERRE S. DU PONT
WILLIAM EWING
WALTER E. FREW
S. PARKER GILBERT
C. E. GROESBECK
JOHN W. HANES
JAMES G. HARBORD
CHARLES 0. HILLES
FRED I. KENT
ALFRED L. LOOMIS
RANALD H. MACDONALD
SAMUEL MATHER
H. C. McELDOWNEY
PAUL MOORE
GEORGE MURNANE
DANIEL E. POMEROY
HERBERT L. PRATT
SEWARD PROSSER
JOHN J. RASKOB
LANDON K. THORNE
CHARLES L. TIFFANY
A. A. TILNEY
B. A. TOMPKINS
J. A. TOPPING
ARTHUR WOODS

Bankers Trust Company is the accredited
agent for the issuance and
protection of the

A. B. A. CHEQUES
Officfel Travel Cheque of American Bankers Association

$840,000,000

1138

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

(Borough of Manhattan)

Federal Reserve City No. 2
N. Y. Clearing House Ass’n. Members shown by *
Affiliated banks by +

•Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State fPriv,
$Mem. State B. Ass'n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSaIe%DlY.

EDWARD C. DELAFIELD,

A. H. GIANNINI,

President

Chairman
of the Board

ELISHA WALKER,
Chairman,
Executive Committee

STATEMENT OF CONDITION
June 30, 1931

JOHN E. ROVENSKY
Vice-Chairman

V ice-Presidents

THE

BANK
OF

CLARE WALKER BANTA
GEORGE J. BAUMANN
O. W. BIRCKHEAD
P. G. BIRCKHEAD
JAMES F. CAVAGNARO
GILBERT E. CHAPIN
FREDERICK G. CURRY
CARLO DEL PINO

AMERICA

Comptroller

Assistant Vice-Presidents

ASSOCIATION
®T*tl812
(44 Wall)

A. W. AUSTIN
EDWARD CRAIG
W. A. CREELMAN
F. E. DECKER
DUDLEY F. FOWLER
P.J. HEBARD

36 OFFICES IN
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LIABILITIES

WM. J. MONTGOMERY
LI0NELL0 PERERA
EDWARD W. RUSSELL
H.J. SCHULER, Cashier
JOSEPH SESSA .
WM. F. SHEEHAN
ARTHUR J. VAN PELT
LOUIS E. WEED, JR.

A. H. GIBSON

NATIONAL

1-6
18%

CLARENCE M.FINCKE
HUGH M. GARRETSON
THORNTON GERRISH
L. B. HEEMSKERK
JOHN G. HEMERICH
ELMORE F. HIGGINS
GEORGE E. HOYER
EDWARD HUDSON
ARTHUR H. MERRY

ADRIAN M. MASS IE
JOHN W. McKEON
W. R. MOLLINEAUX, JR.
JAMES P. NORMANLY
A. N. NYLAND
DEWEY G. OLIVA
MARK B. PECK
MARIO PERERA

FRANK M. ROHN
FRANK SESSA
GAILLARDB. SMITH
J. T. STEPHENS
MICHELE VERVENA
THOMAS L. WALKER

Auditor

WILLIAM H. STOFFEL
Trust Officers

PAUL E.LANDON

CHARLESW. DEVOY

We invite the business of Banks, Bankers,
Merchants and Manufacturers desiring prompt
and efficient service.

Capital......................... -...................$36,775,300.00
Surplus________________________29,500,000.00
Undivided Profits_______________ 3,213,557.75 ____________
Total Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits.. $ 69,4:88,857.75
Reserved for Contingencies.......... 4,730,643.49
Accrued Interest, Discount and Other Un­
earned Income__________________632,944.94
Taxes, Accrued Expenses, etc.______ 387,496.75
TotalReserves_______________
5,751,085.18
Dividend No. 180PayableJuly 1, 1931.............
735,506.00
Deposits.................. -......... ............-........-.............. 218,596,228.92
Acceptances Outstanding, including Liability
as Endorser on Acceptances and Foreign
Bills ______________
39,240,389.50
Circulation_______________________________
4,435,020.00
Other Liabilities__ ________________________
53,225.85
$338,300,313.20

MEMBER NEW YORK CLEARING HOUSE.

LEADING
BANKS & BANKERS

RESOURCES
Cash In Federal Reserve Bank and on hand
.................................. .................. $ 23,375,291.10
Due from Banks and Bankers..
50,204,054.31 $ 73,579,345.41
U. S. Government Securities-----------------------35,748,551.01
Other Bonds and Securities------------------------28,949,971.39
Loans, Discounts and Bankers’ Acceptances .. 163,914,025.10
Customers’ Liability under Acceptances Out­
standing________________________________
28,051,606.83
Banking Houses, Vaults, etc., equity________
6,397,478.85
5% Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasury....
225,000.00
Accrued Interest Receivable andOther Assets
1,434,334,61
$338,300,313.20

A STATEMENT OF FACILITIES
Commercial Banking, Since 1812
(Authorized depository for Federal, State and Municipal Bonds)

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.

CORRESPONDENTS

Direct Foreign Banking, Since 1814
Trust Department, Organized 1888

IN ALL PRINCIPAL
CITIES THROUGHOUT
THE WORLD

UNITED
FOUNDERS
CORPORATION


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A holding company controlling
United States Electric Power

INVESTMENT TRUSTS and
HOLDING COMPANIES
To suit the needs of the individual investor
▼▼

UNITED FOUNDERS CORPORATION
NATION WIDE SECURITIES
DEPOSITED BANK SHARES N. Y.
BRITISH TYPE INVESTORS
U. S. ELECTRIC POWER CORPORATION
CENTRAL STATES ELECTRIC CORPORATION
NO. AMERICAN COMPANY
▼▼

Corporation and American
Founders Corporation

Inquiries Solicited

INVESTMENT TRUST
SECURITIES CORPORATION
24 Federal Street, BOSTON, MASS.
Phone—Boston—Hubbard 3923
Worcester—3-8659

Specializing in Investment Trust Securities

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MANHATTAN SERVICE
IS COMPREHENSIVE
Throughout more than a century and a quarter of service, Bank of Manhattan
Trust Company (originally chartered in 1799 as the Manhattan Company)
has steadily enlarged its resources and facilities to meet the swiftly expanding
needs of a growing city and nation.
Today it maintains an extensive system of offices in various sections of Greater
New York for the convenience of its customers. Directly, and through each of
these offices it provides a comprehensive banking and trust service and offers
the complete facilities for domestic and foreign banking, investment service, and
mortgage loans and title insurance service of its associated institutions, Interna­
tional Acceptance Bank, Inc., International Manhattan Company, Incorporated
and New York Title and Mortgage Company.
Constant contact with banking and commercial interests throughout the world
enables Bank of Manhattan Trust Company to offer a comprehensive service
based upon long experience and large resources.
THE MANHATTAN COMPANY
BUILDING
Forty Wall Street, the site of the new
seventy-two story Manhattan Company
Building, always has been an historic spot.
Within the block, the American Congress
first assembled and George Washington was
inaugurated as first President of the United
States. This 925-foot skyscraper houses the
main offices of

Bank of Manhattan Trust Company
MAIN OFFICE—40 WALL STREET, NEW YORK
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits over $75,000,000
INTERNATIONAL ACCEPTANCE BANK

Bank of Manhattan Trust Company
International Acceptance Bank, Inc.
International Manhattan Company,
Incorporated
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INC.
FOREIGN BANKING FACILITIES

INTERNATIONAL MANHATTAN COMPANY
INCORPORATED
INVESTMENT SECURITIES

NEW YORK TITLE AND MORTGAGE COMPANY
MORTGAGE LOANS AND TITLE INSURANCE

114^

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
eacb bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

•Mem.A.B.A.nNew §S'tatetPriv.
{Mem. State B. Ais’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Bes.Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

NEW
YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d
(Borough of Manhattan)
Liabilities.

President,

Vice-President.

STEPHEN BAKER,

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Vice-Chairman

TRUST COMPANY
1-2

RUSHTON L. ARDREY, Ass(. Vice-Pres.
J. BRYSON AIRD, Asst, Vice-Pres.
w. F. MOORE, Assistant Treasurer
I. S. GREGORY, Assistant Treasurer
A.F. HOEHL, Assistant Treasurer
L. R. MAHONEY, Assistant Treasurer
L. D. PICKERING. Assistant Treasurer
LAURENCE SINCLAIR. Ass(. Treas.
ROSSER J. SMITH, Assistant Treasurer
RICHARD T. GIBLlN, Assistant Treasurer
E.C.PRIOR-LEAHY, Assf. Secretary
HAROLD POWELSON. Trust Officer
ANNE H. SADLER, Trust Officer
JOHN F. GUNN. Assistant Tr. Off.
FONTAINE LE MAISTRE, Asst. Ti. Officer
CHESTER C. VERSFELT, Asst. Tr. Officer
ARTHUR A. O’NEILL, Auditor

135 Broadway Office

JOHN N. HASLETT, Treasurer
HENRY H.BAME, Asst. Treasurer
ARTHUR I. LOZIER, -4ssl. Secretary

d©T»t§1799

(80 Offices—New York)

and

BONDS
AND

MisculLANBOU8

Discounts SSCUBZTIKS RlSOUBClS

Cua k Exchaxom.Do*
teom

Baku

N. Y. Clearing House Ass’n Members shown by*
Affiliated banks by +
Principal correspondents.

WILLIAM S. IRISH. Vice-President
nD. E FREUDENBERGER, Vice-President
HENRY L. NICHOLS, Assf. Vice-Pres,
F. W. KRUEGER. Ass(. Vice-President
H. J. BENNETTER, Asst. Vice-Pres.
AUSTIN T0BEY, Asst. Vice-President
LEO G. KNEY, Asst. Vice-President
KM. 1 AHERN. Assistant Vice-President WILLIAM J. PLANT, Assistant Treasurer
JOHN W. BARGFREOE, Asst. Vice-Pres,
MILTON W. MERRILL, Assistant Treasurer
A. J. RYDER, Assf. Vice-President
GEORGE JACOB, Assistant Treasurer
Staten Island Office

PHILIP LICHT. Assistant Vice President
Queens Division—Executive Office, 161-10 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica

ELLIS WESTON, V ice-President
WM. S. MILAN. Vice-President
W. T. HANRAHAN, Assistant Treasurer
WILLIAM H. REYNOLDS. Asst. Vice-Pres. CARL E. MEYER. Assistant Treasurer
Member N. Y. Clearing House Assn.
J, W. FULCHER. Assistant Vice-President
AMES McCRON, Jr„ Assistant Treasurer
HARRY V. HOYT, Asst. Vice-Pres,
fILLIAM BISCH0FBER6ER. Jr., Asst. Treas. Member Federal Reserve System.
0, W. KETCH AM. Assistant Treasurer
R. A. PROSSWIMMER. Assistant Treasurer
W. L. HOPKINS. Assistant Treasurer
A. CAVALL0, Asst. Secretary
Foreign Exchange Department.
WILLIAM J. DOLAN, Assistant Treasurer JAMES A. FRYATT, Asst. Trust Officer
MINOR L. WHEATON, Asst."Trust'Office-

J

Uptown Division—Executive Office, 369 East 149th Street

WILLIAM C. THOMPSON. Vice-President
GEORGE A. AHERN, Asst. Vice-President H. J. B. WILLIS, Ass(. Vice-President
JOHN A. WILSHEAR, Assistant Treasurer HARRY C. WHITE, Asst. Tr. Officer

Midtown Division

HARRY M. BUCKLIN, Vice-President
(Main office, 40 Wall St.)

ties

Loans

Brooklyn Division-Executive Office, 26 Court Street

Main Office, 40 Wall Street:

BANK OF
MANHATTAN

Other
Liabili­

HARRY A. KAHLER,

J. STEWART BAKER, President
B. D. FORSTER, Vice-President
FRANK L. HILTON, Vice-President
WALTER A. RUSH, Vice-Pres. and Sec.
G. ALISON SCULLY, Vice-President
R. J. FAUST, Jr.. Vice-President
WILLIAM PFAFFLE, Vice-President
THOMAS W. BOWERS. Vice-President
H. EARLE DOW. Vice-President
0. A. KRIEGER. Vice-President
ROCKWELL KENT. Vice-President
ANDREW WILSON. Jr.. Vice-President
LEONARD J. WYETH, Vice-President
BENJAMIN STRONG. Jr., Asst. Vice-Pres,
R. J. KEENAN. Asst. Vice-President
PAUL FELIX WARBURG. Asst. Vice-Pres.

Total
Deposits

Federal Reserve City No. 2

S
S
Vice-Chairman 22,250,000 50,760,200 454251770 8,729,720 240464 960 85,346,580 36,504,420 173675740 Correspondents in all the principal cities in
the world.

P. A. ROWLEY,

Chairman

Paid-up Surplus
AND
Capital
Profits

RESOURCES.

Union Square Office

Inquiries and Correspondence
Invited.

Directors:

C. W. CAPES. Vice-President
|_. f. WIGAND. Assistant Treasurer
ANSEL P. VERITY, Vice-President
H. B. DANMEYER , Assistant Treasurer
H. H. FIEDLER, Asst. Trust Officer.

FRANKF. ADEL
J.E.ALDRED
J. STEWART BAKER
Park Avenue Office
STEPHEN BAKER
ALEXANDER S. WEBB, P’iw-Pmtdenf
ARNOLD F. SMITH, Assistant Treasurer WALTER H. BENNETT
RALPH C. COOK, Assistant Treasurer
HENRY C. B0HACK
BERTRAM H. BORDEN
Broadway at 40th Street Office
MATTHEWC.
BRUSH
ERNEST V. CONNOLLY. Vice Presirfenf
GEORGE A. GEHRKEN, Assistant Treasurer JOHNS. BURKE
MATHEW E. ANGLIM. Assistant Treasurer

HARRY I. CAESAR
F. W. CHARSKE
ALBERT H. DIEB0LD
GEORGE W. FENNELL
MARSHALL FIELD
F. ABBOT GOODHUE
WILLIAM V. GRIFFIN
JOSEPH HUBER
RAYMOND E. JONES

HARRY A. KAHLER
DAVID H. KNOTT
FRED. 0. MACKAY
HERMAN A. METZ
GEORGE McNEIR
JOHN C. MOORE

pAm

IGAN J. O’BRIEN
ES A. O’GORMAN

GEO. S. PATTERSON
P. A. ROWLEY
GEO. M.SHRIVER
JAMES SPEYER
CARL F.STURHAHN
JAMES P. WARBURG
PAUL M. WARBURG
H. PUSHAE WILLIAMS

Madison Ave. at 41st Street Office

.4(2 foreign business in The Manhattan Company group is handled by the
International Acceptance Bank, Inc.
Madison Ave. at 43rd Street Office
All security business in The Manhattan Company group is handled by the
International Manhattan Company, Incorporated.
CHARLES C. FAGG, Vice-President
FRANK M. RANSOM, Asst. Vice-President

ROGER P. KAVANAGH, Vice-President

STUART D. PRESTON, Assistant Secretary

EDWIN G. MERRILL, Chairman of the Board J. C. TRAPHAGEN, President_________

BANK OF
NEW YORK
AND
TRUST COMPANY
1-1 ♦
1575-20%

Vice Presidents:

L. FiKIESEWETTER HENRY PARISH

JOSEPH ANDREWS J. L. VAN ZELM
ROBERT E. MILLER JOHN C. VEDDER
GEORGE S.BUTLER CHAS. ELDREDGE
Asst.Vice Presidents j /mjiy ^

Treasurer

ARTHUR F.ALBR0

WILLIAM B. L0ERY

GEO. W. GARRETSON WM. B. AUSTIN
L. M. TOWNSEND
OTTO ALDEN
A. i. boegeon
lewis pkcarmer
_ _ _ _ _ /ISNEI.
THOMAS F. COX
HAROLD R. WRIGHT
WILLIAM YOUNG, JR.

Asst. Comptroller

RICHARD W. KAISER
dW§1784 Madison Ave. Branch. ERNEST H.C00K. V. P. & Mgr., OWEN H.SMITH,A.V.P..
(Main Office)
CHARLES L. BIRNEY, A. Sec. WILLIAM J. BEER, A. Sec.
’
48 Wall St.
par 100
Import and export letters of credit, Domestic and foreign bills bought,
sold or collected—Telegraphic transfers—Travelers’ letters of credit.
Trust Department—established 1830s registrar, transfer agent,
custodian, executor, trustee, guardian.

Municipal and Land Bank Bonds

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14,254.900 108 071180

1,270,440 47,420.390 34,985,370 15.003.640 40,187,110 Leading banks and bankers In all Important
commercial centers throughout the world.

Assistant Treasurers Assistant Secretaries

R. G. BARKER
ROBFRT I RODS
jPohLnKfe.lsscehrer
JOHN A. VAN ZELM
J’ RUUi>
R.McALLISTER LLOYD Vice-President and S. L. STR0BERT
WILLIAM R. BIGGS
Comptroller
ELG00D M. LUFKIN DAVE H. MORRIS. JR.

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

6.000.000

Secretary

OLDEST BANK IN THE UNITED STATES, ESTABLISHED 1784
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Joseph Andrews
Edmund L. Baylies
Joseph H. Choate, Jr.
Henry D. Cooper
Lincoln Cromwell
Wm. M. Cruikshank
Norman H. Davis
Thomas Denny
Cleveland E. Dodge
Philip T. Dodge

John Foster Dulles
Edward J. Haney
Robert C. Hill
Eustis L. Hopkins
Columbus O’D. Iselin
L. F. Klesewetter
James B. Mabon
Alfred E. Marling
Edwin G. Merrill
Lewis Spencer Morris

Ray Morris
Frank C. Munson
Henry Parish
Walter Wood Parsons
John J. Rlker
Edward M. Townsend
Howard Townsend
J. C. Traphagen
Paul Tuckerman
Allen Wardwell

Municipal and State Bonds
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal pities Throughout the Country

MEMBER
Federal Reserve System

NEW YORK, N. Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Stree
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d.

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
t° each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

1 1 AA
llT’T'

•Mem. A.B.A.nNew {State tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts-.T-Trust B-Bond

Vice-President.

PRESIDENT.

CASHIER.

ASS’T CASHIER.

d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

ALMERIND0

LEONARDO

FREDERIC GERARD. LUIGI SCALA, See. .{ 1,500.800 $ 1,000.000
Tr. EUGENE CEL10,
*
_1FTBft
A. ^r. PIETRO GAR0FAL0,

PORTFOLIO, BARBANZ0L0,^c.
LUIGI SCALA
GEORGE MAZZA.
BANK OF SICILY
PIETRO DINNELLA
JOSEPH Dl GIORGIO. LUIGI FIAMMENGm MANLI0 RIZZONI.
TRUST COMPANY
ANTONIO T0RRENTE.
UNO R0T0L0.
dB®T»§'25
Pres, and Ch..
Exec. Comm.

• V •X •

1-754

and

Dnoomm

Resources.
MibcblBonds

N. T. Clearing House Ass'n. Members shown by*
Affiliated banks by +

LANIOOa
SlCUBITIIB RaeouBOBB

and

318,280 $ 4,811450 S 4,815,000 S

Principal Correspondents.

590.460 S 6,002,930 N. City, Chase N., Gty. Tr. Co., Irv. Tr. Co., and
EmpireTr. Co., N.T.; 1st N., Det.; Mellon N.,
Pitt.; Phil. N., Phil.; N. Shawmut, Bos.;
Banco dl Sicilia, Palermo, Italy.

A'See'

A 'Pf

ANTHONY Dl MARCO,

Main Office

(487 Broadway)

(Branches in Manhattan,
Brooklyn and Bronx)

13.413,560 $

Loans

* CANCELLIERE,

rqso

Ch.

128-3%
par 20

Liabilities.
Surplus
Othbb
Total
and
Liabili­
Pbofits Deposits
ties

]
(

Federal Reserve City No. 2

BANSICILIA CORPORATION
See Investment Dealers List

A 'lift

THE BANK OF SICILY TRUST COMPANY, through Its affiliation wl t
throughout Italy Is in a position to supply unexcelled facilities and ser v

The Bank of United Slates ..__ (Closed for liquidati on. Effective Decemb er 11. 1930)

Bank of Yorktown __..d®§’26 Geo. M. Adrian.—

*110 par 100 ♦ 1-759
(8th

Ave. and 38th)

Wm. F. Heide
S. I. Danziger,

Harry Engel____ Jas.S. O’Brien....

1,500.000

516,820

6,300,580

542,070

5,177,620

826,890

536,610

2,318,350 Chase N. and N. City, N. Y.

A. V. P.

Henry Bruere___ O. C. Lester_____ R.H.Stenhouse Tr. R.W. Sparks,A.Tr. .
BOWERY SAVINGS BANK
A. W. Robertson.
J. W. MacDowell, P. I. Menzies,
4%
1-175
d©*t§ 34 V. A. Lersner,
A. Tr.
V. P. and Contr.
A.V.P.
Ch. of Bd.
(110 E. 42nd St.)
G. W. Wright. Aud.
D. A. Sullivan,
(Branch at 130 Bow­ G. W. Wright.

290,270 276 541 640 201424 620 14,214,780 12,234,490

A. Tr.

A.V.P.

ery)

46,302,950 457 822 820

Broadway & Plaza Trust Co.__ (Merged with Hiber nia Trust Co. April 4, 1931)

Broadway Savings Bank

1-182 (5-7 Park Place)®»t§ 51

F.

O.Poucher____ Charles A. Frank..
Remsen Johnson

Augustus

L. F. Ferris,

Sac. and Tr.

Hoffman,.

2,194,670 16,656,370

21,440

A. Sec.

11,010,780

6,361,360

452,820

1,380,390

341,710

40,200

402,500 212 281520

6,980,860

(Bds. &
Mtgs.)

1,047,530

Willis McDonald, J r______________ , (See Boro ugh of Bro oklyn, N. Y. City)

BROOKLYN TR.CO.

V. P.

l$7S-so% ♦ 1-102
®T»t»‘66
(26 Broad St. at Exchange PI.)

500,000

Bryant Park Bank----- ®*tt’07 E. K. Satterlee---- E. K. Dimock____ T, J, Harding
J. M. Connelly
1-240 (220 WHI4»)

1,134,710

24,820

25,814,170 200 585 350

119,000

473,000

370,230 Irr. Tr. Co. and Chase N., N. Y.

*75-2%
par 20

YORK
the August Zinsser.... Theo. Schorske...
Wm. M. Bernard
City of New York„dB®*§’59
William Bader
(Broadway at 73d St.)
E. M. Hartmann
4%
1-186
Central Savings Bank in

C. H. Regnanlt.__ Henry Vogeler.__
Otto Strippel. Tr. Carl Cordes
(.Office at
C. H. Kreeb
A. Sidler. Sec.

Wm. Bardewyck,

nth st.)

6,853,630

Frank Reber

Compt. Henry Bunke

Jos. C. Rovensky.. William J. Eck___ E. R. Williams
The Chase Bank.................§’30 Winthrop W.
Aldrich Siegfried Stern
(Pine St., Cor. Nassau)
Albert H. Wiggin,

Foreign Offices: 41 Rue Cambon and 81 Ave. Georg

(Business activities confined to foreign br anches)_

V., Paris; 3 Calle Condesa, Mexico City.

Ch. of Bd.

Charles S. McCain,

V. Ch. of Bd.

*CHASE NATIONAL BANK-—

See pages 1116-11 17
See page 1119

Chelsea Bank & Trust Co.____ (Closed December 25 , 1930)

*CHEMICAL BANK & TRUST

See page 1150

Citizens Savings Bank.®»t§’6«i Henry Sayler.__
1-189
(Bowery and Canal)

Wm. Clements,
James Rowland... Carl A. Richter,
A, Sec.
See.
J. C. Juhrlng
E. A. Lahm

5,393,830 44,963,330

27,673,150 19.766,070

(Bds. &
Mtgs.)

986,170

1,931,770 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.

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United States Government

bonds

Bids —Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N.Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON. Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO. 111., 120 South La Salle St.


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LIBERTY
National Bank and Trust Company
IN NEW YORK
50 BROADWAY
256 WEST S7lh STREET

Member
Federal
Reserve

COMMERCIAL BANKING
Loans, Discounts, Acceptances

FOREIGN BANKING
Commercial and Bankers
Acceptance. Credits, Drafts
and Cable Transfers. Letters
of Credit.

150 DELANCEY STREET

Out of Town
Accounts
Solicited

CORPORATE TRUSTS
Registrar, Transfer Agent,
Trustee.

PERSONAL TRUSTS
Executor, Administrator,
Trustee, Guardian and in
Every Fiduciary Capacity.

Central Hanover
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY

COMMERCIAL BANKING

CORPORATE TRUSTS
Registrar, Transfer Agent, Trustee

Loans, Discounts, Acceptances

PERSONAL TRUSTS

FOREIGN BANKING


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Commercial and Bankers Acceptance

Central Hanover Acts As Lxecutor,

Credits, Drafts and Cable Transfers,

Administrator, Trustee, Guardian and

Letters of Credit

in every Fiduciary Capacity.

NEW YORK

Representatives in London, Paris, Berlin and Buenos Aires

NO SECURITIES FOR SALE

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
1 14S 5?. ea<lh bank in u- 8- esc,nsively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
•Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State fPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-8afeDep.®Sai.?LastSaie%Div.

•Liabilities.
Paid-up Surplus
Total
and
Capital Profits Deposits

Officers

President

Chairman of the Board

GEORGE W. DAVISON

WILLIAM WOODWARD

Vice Presidents

Central
Hanover
Bank

THEODORE G. SMITH
HENRY P. TURNBULL
JOSEPH BYRNE

w. H.:
J. P. GARDNER
R. BERRIEN

S. A. BROWN
V. W. MILLER
jL K. OLYPHANL JR.
. ELDRIDGE

W. S. GRAY. JR.
W. E. CABLE, JR.

R. ROETGER
F. A. THOMAS

tmltlBP

KT

R. C. HARRISON

Vice President and Secretary

Treasurer

M.FERGUSON
H.M. MYRICK
Assistant Vice Presidents
W. H. ALLEN
W. B. SMI
LOUGH
«%SETT
R. F. THOI IES
L. F. Til LEHMAN

Mir

pltt
u

H.EKI,,B,T
WEEK
' ' ILLETT

.Baring
C. E. SIGLER
A. F. SMITH

and

w

Assistant Secretaries

Trust
Company
NEW YORK

T.. J. HAU
. BAZAR
c. E^eretrerich
W. ft.SoTTMAN
E. D. La RUE.

SN

. _ JETTERT
HARRIGAN
HARRIS

♦T.t§’51

H. A. JORDAN
R. B. LA RUE

70 Broadway
$225-35%

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G. 0. LAKE.
BRUERE
MISS
A. J. CLABBY
W. C. FAY
Vice Presidents

Assistant Vice Presidents

f.'i'ffiMANN

I. B. AHRENS

WM. WARREN BARBOUR
Linen Thread Co., President

JAMES BROWN
Brown Brothers, Harriman tfc Co,

HENRY R. CARSE
Electric Boat Co., President

COLBY M. CHESTER, Jr.
General Foods Corp., President

HENDON CHUBB
Chubb <fc Son

JOHN B. CLARK
Clark Thread Co., President

WILLIAM CRAWFORD
President
De Forest Brothers
Dickson & Eddy

CLARENCE DILLON
Dillon, Read <£ Co.

THOMAS EWING, Jr.
Alexander Smith <fc Son's Carpel
Co., Vice-President

E. HAYWARD FERRY
Phelps Dodge Corporation,
Director

ROBERT L. GERRY
The Gerry Estates, Inc., President

HENRY W. HOWE

Assistant Secretaries

Whittenton Mfg. Co., Director

k

ERNEST ISELIN
A. Iselin & Co.

Assistant Treasurers

PLAZA OFFICE

It

IER

Assistant Vice-Presidents

W. A. READ
L. M. G00DEVE
L. PARSONS
W. B. M. CARR

R. NEILLEY
J. J. QUIRK
S. 0. WARD

Assistant Secretaries
Assistant Treasurers

G. E. LEWIS
W. J. FARRINGTON
A. H. SCHEFER
J. G. DOUGHERTY
C. F. PFAFFMAN

AND

OiM k Excaaaaa^Ihn

Resoubcbs non Brno

TRUSTEES

JOHNSTON de FOREST

W.H., ENS|H0TEN
A. H. WIL

Miscblunom

bonds

S*conrriie

N. Y. Clearing House Ass’n. Members shown
by * Affiliated banks by +

OTHER OFFICES

ITH
I. P. STAL
H.E.ZEttU"ECKT

tm

IOANS
AND
Discounts

*Statement as of June 30, 1931

6E0R6E W. DAVISON

"W*

Assistant Managers, Foreign Department

_ _ _ _ _ _ WAN
R. G. STEPHENS

ties

THOMAS DICKSON

W. H. joDENHJ
LUDLUM
F. P . MENDENHALL
M. MOORHEAD

Vice Presidents

Other
Liabili­

I
21.000,000 83,030,600 047205900 04,557,830 384847500 185598020 08.428.280 177 520520

■ RANDOLPH
rl:6.
. W. REAI
!:

Federal Reserve City No. 2

' Resources.

Builder, New York City

Assistant Treasurers

W. G. ALLEN
W. BENZINGER
G. EHRHARDT
W. KARDEL, Jr.
J. A. LAIRD

ttflh
Main Office

R. McDOUGAL

Rift'JffiBBIN

J. E. BIZZELL
J. HEWEY
E. HINRICHS
1-33

NEW YORK CITY- -Central Reserve City—Cont’d
(Borough of Manhattan)

ALFRED L. LOOMIS
Boribright <fc Co., Vice-President

FRANCIS T. MAXWELL
Hockanum Mills Co., President

DUDLEY 0LC0TT
Billings, Olcott & Co.

EUSTIS PAINE
New York <£ Pennsylvania Co.,
Vice-President

EDGAR PALMER
New Jersey Zinc Co., Chairman
of Board

JOHN S. PHIPPS

Madison Aye. at 42nd St.*
Fifth Are. at 80th St.*
Lexington Are.—43rd St.
A. Me D. McLean, Asst, Vice-Pres,
J. 3. Collins, Asst, Vice-Pree,
Vi. A. Higgins, Asst. Tr.
90 Broad St.—Bridge St.
3. S. Lovering, Vice-Pres.
139 William St.— Fulton St.«
H. T. Magruder, Asst. Tr.
335 Greenwich St.—(3ay St.
Paul Newton, Asst. Tr.

Banker

AUGUSTE 6. PRATT
Babcock <k Wilcox Co., President

JESSE J. RICKS
Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.,
President

JOHN J. RIKER
Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co.,
Trustee

PHILIP J. ROOSEVELT
Roosevelt <t Son

FREDERICK STRAUSS
J. & W. Seligman & Co.

ERNEST STURM
Continental Insurance Co., Chair­
man of Board

EDWIN THORNE
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
N. Y„ Trustee

CORNELIUS VANDERBILT
Illinois Central R. R. Co., Director

JOHN Y. G. WALKER
Walker Brothers

271 Church St.—Franklin St.
G. K. Boday, Asst. Tr.
231 Yarlck St.— Clarkson St.*
F. D. Ives, Itsl. Sec.
W. T. Oliver, Mgr.
874 Broadway — 18th St.*
T. C. Meeks, Asst, Vice-Pres,
220 Seventh Ave.— 23rd St.*
3. P. McGrath, Mgr,
Madison Ave. at 34th St.*
F. B. Whitlock, Mgr.
960 Sixth Ave.—35th St.
W. B. Hanrahan, Asst. Vice-Pres.
C. E. Whyard, Asst. Vice-President
224 West 47th St.—Broadway*
A. E. Peterson, Asst. Vice-President
C. M. Stlcknoth, Asst. Tr.
200 East 48th St.—Third Ave.*
W. H. Roberts, Mgr.
1141 Lexington Ave.—79th St.*
3. 3. Tuohlg, Mgr.

FRANCIS M. WELD
White, Weld <fe Co.

WILLIAM WOODWARD
Chairman of the Board

‘MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.”

REPRESENTATIVE OFFICES
Berlin: 6 A Pariser Platz
London: 1/2 Gracechurch St.. 27 Regent St., S. W. 1
Paris: 22 Place Vendome
Buenos Aires: Ave. Roque, Saenz Pena 501

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NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City Cont’d

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNaliy Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass'n.

♦Resources.

♦Liabilities.

►Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.
JMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
•Mem.A.B.A.nNew §State fPriv.

OFFICERS

Paid-up
Capital
$
148,000,000

Surplus
and
Profits

total
Deposits

$
$
176,580,820 1,897 544,370

Other
Liabili­

Loans
and

BONDS
AND

Miscel­
laneous

ties

Discounts

Securities

Resources

$
465,166,550

s
$
207,184,020 1,295,485,750

$
136,867,900

(*Statement as of June 30, 1931)
Vice President and Cashier
Chairman
Executive Committee

The
Chase
National
Bank
OF THE

CITY OF
NEW YORK
1-74

T»t'77

(Pine and Nassau)
Annual dividend rate $4 per
share per year, including
Chase Securities Corporation
dividend.
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CHARLES S. McCAIN
Chairman
Board of Directors

WINTHROP W. ALDRICH

ALFRED C. ANDREWS
WALTER T. ANNETT
SAMUEL ARMSTRONG
JOSEPH N. BABCOCK
ALBERT E. BATES
CLAUDE H. BEATY
CARLET0N BUNCE
JOHN A. BURNS
H. DONALD CAMPBELL
SAMUEL S. CAMPBELL
RALPH L. CERER0
FREDERICK S. CHILD
WILLIAM K. CLEVERLEY
HENRY E. COOPER
WILLIAM A. B. DITTO
GEORGE V. DREW
PETER S. DURYEE
PERCY J. EBB0TT
WILLIAM J. ECK
MAURICE H. EWER
JAMES H. GANNON
FRANKLIN H. GATES
JOHN J. GRAEBER, Jr.
GEORGE D. GRAVES
M. HADDEN HOWELL
RICHARD R. HUNTER
AMBROSE E. IMPEY
RUSSELL C. IRISH
WALTER S. JELLIFFE
LEON H. JOHNSTON
J. SPERRY KANE
ROBERT J. KIESLING
GEORGE A. KINNEY
HUGH N. KIRKLAND
WILLIAM F. H. K0ELSCH
WILLIAM E. LAKE
JOSEPH J. LARKIN

WILLIAM P. HOLLY

President

Vice Presidents

EDWIN A. LEE
JAMES T. LEE
CHARLES D. MAKEPEACE
ARTHUR W. McCAIN
ARTHUR A. MILLER
WILLIAM H. MOORHEAD
SHEPARD MORGAN
HENRY 0LLESHEIMER
F. ROGERS PARKIN
HORACE F. POOR
A. SET0N POST, Jr.
CHARLES F. PUCKHAFER
WILLIAM E. PURDY
T. ARTHUR PYTERMAN
EDWARD J. QUINTAL
LYMAN RHOADES
HAROLD A. RICH
JAY D. RISING
FRANK 0. ROE
JOSEPH C. R0VENSKY
CHARLES A. SACKETT
GEORGE H. SAYLOR
GEORGE S. SCHAEFFER
HUGO E. SCHEUERMANN
REEVE SCHLEY
CARL J. SCHMIDLAPP
LYNDE SELDEN
SHERRILL SMITH
SIEGFRIED STERN
EDWARD P. TOWNSEND
HAROLD W. VANDERP0EL
HAROLD L. VAN KLEECK
H. MERCER WALKER
JOHN M. WALLACE
GEORGE E. WARREN
EDWARD E. WATTS

Cash A Ex­
changes,Do*
trom Banks

N. Y. Clearing House Ass’n. Members
shown by * Affiliated banks by +

$
531,789,010

New York City

ALBERT H. WIGGIN
Chairman Governing Board

JOHN McHUGH

Federal Reserve City No. 2

(Borough of Manhattan)

Second Vice Presidents

WILLIAM F. LATUS
DAVID MACKENZIE
WILLIAM A. MAIN
BERNARD F. MARTIN
JOHN MATTHEWS, Jr.
JOHN J. McCLEAN
ALEXANDER A. McKENNA
EDWARD M. MCMAHON
FRANK C. MEYER
JAMES L. MILLER
GEORGE G. MILNE, Jr.
SEYMOUR MONROE
THOMAS B. NICHOLS
LOUIS H. 0HLR0GGE
JOHN G. PETERSON
GEORGE 1. PIERCE
FREDERICK PINTARD
BYRON P. ROBBINS
HAROLD R. ROBINSON
G. KELLOGG ROSE, Jr.
LOUIS S. R0SENTHALL
JOSEPH B. RYAN
WILLARD SCHENCK
EMMETT F. SMITH
JOSEPH E. SMITH
ALFRED D. SNYDER
GEORGE M. STOLL
S. FREDERICK TELLEEN
HENRY C. TITUS
FRANK M. T0TT0N
HOWARD F. WALSH
CRAWFORD WHEELER
FRED C. WITTE

ARTHUR M. AIKEN
ALVERT0N H. ASELTINE
VERNON P. BAKER
VINCENT L. BANKER
MANFRED BARBER
HENRI H. BEAUDOIN
KENNETH C. BELL
CARL P. BIGGERMAN
LOUIS A. BRUENNER
WILLIAM CAHILL
CHARLES CAIN, Jr.
ANDREW G. CAMPBELL
MARUS E. CONRAD
ARTHUR M. DeBEBiAN
ALBERT J. EGGER
OTIS EVERETT
CHARLES C. FISHER
FRANK W. FRAZEE
EARL R. GAFF0RD
EUGENE GALVIN
FREDERICK W. GEHLE
SHELDON R. GREEN
NELSON F. GRIFFIN
JOHN B. HEINRICHS
CHARLES W. HIGLEY
WILLIAM L. HILDEBURN
GEORGE H. H0DENPYL, Jr.
LOUIS C. H0LL
ALFRED W. HUDSON
ROLAND C. IRVINE
ROBERT L. JONES
STANLEY F. KETCHAM
HERMAN KN0KE
ERNEST H. KUHLMAN
ARTHUR M. AIKEN

Comptrollers

JOHN A. WILL

Assistant Comptrollers

WILLIAM W. BESSON
GEORGE F. JAEGER

PETER KEMP
FRANK B. MULLER
HENRY D. NAGEL

ARTHUR K. SCHULZ
ROGER WILLIAMS

EQUITABLE TRUST BRANCH
11 Broad Street
PRODUCE EXCHANGE BRANCH
25 Broadway
MERCANTILE BRANCH
115 Broadway
MAIDEN LANE BRANCH
75 Malden Lane
NATIONAL PARK BRANCH
211 Broadway
WORTH STREET BRANCH
Broadway at Worth Street
IMPORTERS & TRADERS BRANCH
Worth Street corner of Church
FRANKLIN BRANCH
Franklin Street corner of Hudson
PRINCE STREET BRANCH
Broadway at Prince Street
STUYVESANT SQUARE BRANCH
Second Avenue at 14th Street
WEST FOURTEENTH STREET BRANCH
Fifth Ave. at Fourteenth Street
METROPOLITAN BRANCH
Fourth Avenue at 23rd Street
GARFIELD BRANCH
Fifth Avenue at 23d Street
WEST TWENTY-THIRD ST. BRANCH
338 West 23rd Street
FIFTH AVENUE BRANCH
204 Fifth Avenue
MADISON SQUARE BRANCH
Madison Avenue at 26th Street
PENNSYLVANIA BRANCH
Seventh Avenue at 32nd Street
MUTUAL-NEW NETHERLAND
THIRTY-FOURTH STREET BRANCH
40 West 34th Street
SEVENTH AVENUE BRANCH
Seventh Avenue at 36th Street
FORTY-FIRST STREET BRANCH
Madison Avenue at 41st Street
TIMES SQUARE BRANCH
Seventh Avenue at 41st Street
GRAND CENTRAL BRANCH
Lexington Avenue at 43d Street
FORTY-FIFTH STREET BRANCH
Madison Avenue at 45th Street
FORTY-SIXTH STREET BRANCH
Park Avenue at 46th Street
FORTY-EIGHTH STREET BRANCH
18 East 48th Street
FIFTY-SEVENTH STREET BRANCH
143 West 57th Street

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Chase
National
Bank
OF THE

CITY OF
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MARY VAIL ANDRESS
THOMAS ARMSTRONG
HARRY P. AUMACK
EDWARD BARTSCH
JOHN E. BASTEDO
AUGUST BENDER
DUDLEY B. BOGER
FRANCIS B. BOWMAN '
GEORGE C. BRADEN
ARTHUR R. BROWN
JOHN P. BURNS. JR.
AUGUSTUS F. CALIFANO
ARTHUR A. CARPENTER
FRANK A.CONEFREY
PAUL F. COOLEY
MALCOLM CORDUAN
PAUL F. COVINGTON
BERTRAM I. DADSON
ALLAN V. DAILY
ERNEST W. DAVENPORT
LOUIS DEZZI
FRANK M. DONOHUE
GEORGE W. DUSENBURY
PHILIP G. EASTWICK
IRVING H. ECKSTEIN
FRED C. EGGERSTEDT
ROBERT FAIG
G. WHITNEY FISKE
GEORGE H. FLEISCHER
HERBERT A. FOSTER
LAWRENCE C. FREER
EINARC. FUNCK
JAMES J. GaNUN
JAMES C. GORDON
JAMES A. GREIG
RICHARD GRIFFITHS
EDGAR H. HALL
GILBERT M. HARRIS
JUSTIN HAYNES
J. EDWARD HEALY, JR.
WILLIAM C. HENCHY
GEORGE A. HUDSON
WILLIAM E. HUGHES
WILBUR C. HUSK
HERMAN J. IHNEFELD
JAMES M. IRVINE
FRANK J. IRVING
ALBERT M.JONES
WILLIAM S. KEARNEY
ROBERT KERR
SAMUEL G. KERR
WILLIAM A. KOENIG
FRED G. KRAFT
OTTO T. KREUSER
ARTHUR-KUNZINGER
WILLIAM P. LARBIG
JOHN J. LENDRUM
ERNEST T. LOVE

LeROY W. LUTZ
JOHN R. LYNCH
GEORGE W. MacOONALD
JAMES A. MacILVAINE
MORLEY R. MARRIS
HENRY H. MARTIN
EVERETT MARTINE
HAROLD F. MOELLER
WILLIAM MOHRMANN
NICHOLAS J. MURPHY
ARTHUR B. MURRAY
FREDERICK J. NAUGHTON
HARRY M.NOBLE
LEON A. NORCROSS
FREDRIC G. NORTON
ARCHIBALD M. OSTROM
WILTON A. PIERCE
RICHARD C. PIPER
FRANK N. POWELSON
EDWARD G. PRATCHETT
JOHN PRENTICE
P. LESLIE PRUGH
RUSSELL S. RACEY
WILLIAM RAPP
GEORGE RATH
HENRY RAUH
WILLIAM R. REDDINGTON
J. HOMER REED
HAROLD E. RILEY
JAMES P. ROACH
JAMES J. ROGERS
B. WALTON ROMEFELT
WILLIAM H. RONALD. JR.
ANDREW S. ROSS
CHARLES E. SANDAHL
CHARLES J. SCHAER
WILLIAM C. SCHMIDT
GEORGE E. SCHOEPPS
ERNEST C. SCHWARZ
FRANK T. SEIBERT
BENJAMIN E. SHEPARDSON
WALLACE V. SILLECK
JOSEPH E. SILLIMAN
RANSOM H. SKEEN
CHARLES E. SKEHAN
CHARLES D. SMITH
JOSEPH D. SMITH
LANDUS F. SMITH
RICHARD C. SMITH
HENRY N. TAPPEN
WALTER W. TINSLEY
SAMUEL S. TOWNE
HAROLD M. TRUSLOW
CORNELIUS VAN ZWART
MARCELL H. VREELAND
JAMES M. WADE
CARL W. WEIS
WILLIAM H. YOUNG

TRUST DEPARTMENT
Vice Presidents

SAMUEL ARMSTRONG
JOSEPH N. BABCOCK
ALBERT E. BATES
JOHN A.BURNS

RALPH L. CERERO
JOHN J. GRAEBER. JR.
J. SPERRY KANE

VINCENT L. BANKER
WILLIAM L. HILDEBURN
BERNARD F. MARTIN

ALEXANDER A. McKENNA
EDWARD M. MCMAHON
GEORGE I. PIERCE
FREDERICK PINTARD

GEORGE A. KINNEY
LYMAN RHOADES
REEVE SCHLEY
GEORGE E. WARREN

Second Vice Presidents

JOSEPH B. RYAN
ALFRED D. SNYDER
HOWARD F. WALSH

Assistant Trust Officers

H. RAYMOND AGUAIS
WALTER T. DECKER
ERNEST R. KEITER
NORMAN W.ANDREWS
JOHN DIECKMAN
EDWARD C. KERR
EDWARD S. DIX
CASPAR A. BLASS
LESTER A. KRAUSHAAR
ROBERT M. DUNWOODY
WILLIAM R. BOTTENUS
WILLIAM J. McNICOL
BERNARD E. FARR
MYLES M. BOURKE
GEORGE J. RUNGE
OLIVER P. FARWELL
FRANK E. BREMNER
PAUL H. SELCHOW
ESMOND B. GARDNER
JOHN I. BROOKS. JR.
OSWALD D. SETTLE
HENRY R. HARRISON
CARL E. BUCKLEY
EDWIN J. SMITH
HAYWARD
A.
HIBBERD
CHARLES J. BURGER
LESTER E. STATES
FREDERICK T. BURROWS
OLIVER B. HILL
ARIAL C. TEN EYCK
WILLIAM F. CASSIN
ROLAND P. JACKSON
JOSEPH R. THOMPSON
CHARLES L. CLUNE
ROBERT M. KAISER
HORACE TOMLINSON
ANDREW B. CROLL
HOWARD E. KEELER
WILLIAM F. WILSON
ROBERT L. CUDD
WILLIAM WOOD
Through its Trust Department, the Bank acts as: Trustee
under Corporate. Indentures, Transfer Agent and Registrar of
Stock, Coupon Paying and Dividend Disbursing Agent, Depositary
for Voting Trustees and Reorganization Committees, Executor,
Administrator and Trustee under Wills, Trustee of Voluntary and
Life Insurance Trusts and Custodian of Securities.

FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Vice Presidents

ARTHUR W. McCAIN

JOSEPH C. ROVENSKY
LYNDE SELDEN

SIEGFRIED STERN

Second Vice Presidents

MANFRED BARBER
HENRI H. BEAUDOIN
CHARLES CAIN, JR.

JOHN B. HEINRICHS
CHARLES W. HIGLEY
ERNEST H. KUHLMAN
JOHN J. McCLEAN

JOHN G. PETERSON
HAROLD R. ROBINSON
HENRY C. TITUS

Assistant Cashiers

PAUL F. COVINGTON
ALLAN V. DAILY
LOUIS DEZZI
EINARC. FUNCK

E. HUGHES
KC.IMOTTOGORDON
T. KREUSER

JAMES A. MacILVAINE
NICHOLAS J. MURPHY

FRANK N. POWELSON
JAMES J. ROGERS
CHARLES J. SCHAER
CARL W. WEIS

Assistant Managers

OSCAR ARMBRUSTER
GEORGE R. NORMAN
DUNCAN P. SQUIRE
JAMES G. BAKER
EDMUND G. POWELL
WALTER E. SULLIVAN
FENTON A. BARNES
CHARLES A. RICHARDS
WESLEY B. SWAN
L. ALLAN BUCHER
ALFREDO N. RUZ
WALTER TANNLER
WILLIAM H. BUCK
JOSEPH V. SCULLY
JOSEPH W. TOVELL
JOHN EPPRECHT
CHARLES J. G. SPIES
CHARLES F. WELLMAN
ARTHUR R. KOLMODIN
EDWIN R. WILLIAMS
The Chase National Bank, through its Foreign Department,
performs a multitude of useful services for customers who have
foreign business relations or who plan to travel. In addition to
routine transactions in foreign exchange, this Department finances
imports and exports through letters of credit and bank acceptances.
Chase foreign service includes the facilities of thousands of corre­
spondent banks throughout the world—the oldest and strongest
banking institutions in their respective countries.

PARK AVENUE BRANCH
Park Avenue at 60th Street
SEVENTY-SECOND STREET BRANCH
Broadway at 72nd Street
SEVENTY-FOURTH STREET BRANCH
Broadway at 74th Street
SEVENTY-NINTH STREET BRANCH
Madison Avenue at 79th Street
EIGHTY-SIXTH STREET BRANCH
Broadway at 86th Street
COLUMBUS AVENUE BRANCH
Columbus Avenue at 93rd Street
NINETY-SIXTH STREET BRANCH
Madison Avenue at 96th Street
HARLEM MARKET BRANCH
First Avenue at 103rd Street
ONE HUNDRED TENTH ST. BRANCH
Broadway at 110th Street
HARLEM BRANCH
Third Avenue at 116th Street
MANHATTANVILLE BRANCH
422 West 125th Street
ONE HUNDRED FORTY-NINTH ST. BR.
368 East 149th Street
ONE HUNDRED SEVENTIETH ST. BR.
96 East 170th Street
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS BRANCH
Wadsworth Avenue at 181st Street
FORDHAM BRANCH
301 East Fordham Road
HAMILTON TRUST BRANCH
191 Montague Street, Brooklyn
QUEENS VILLAGE BRANCH
Jamaica Avenue at 217th Street,
Queens Village, N. Y.

Foreign Branches
LONDON BRANCHES
10 Moorgate, E. C. 2
Bush House, Aldwych, W. C. 2
HAVANA BRANCH
Havana, Cuba
PANAMA BRANCH
Republic of Panama
CRISTOBAL BRANCH
Canal Zone

Foreign Representatives
LONDON
10 Moorgate, E. C. 2
PARIS
41 Rue Cambon
BERLIN
Unter den Linden 57
ROME
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$148,000,000.00

$1,897,544,373.19

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Charles S. McCain
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Gordon Auchincloss
Earl D. Babst
Howard Bayne
Amos L. Beaty
Hugh Blair-Smith
Henry S. Bowers
Edward N. Brown
Francis H. Brownell
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H. Donald Campbell
Henry W. Cannon
Newcomb Carlton
Walter S. Carpenter, Jr.
Malcolm G. Chace
Harold Benjamin Clark
Robert L. Clarkson
Joel S. Coffin
Howard E. Cole
Edward J. Cornish
Harvey C. Couch
Frederic R. Coudert
Paul D. Cravath
Bertram Cutler
Gerhard M. Daiil
Thomas M. Debevoise
Clarence Dillon

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Franklin D’Olier
Frederick H. Ecker
Halstead G. Freeman
Tom M. Girdler
David M. Goodrich
E. Carleton Granbery
Edward H. R. Green
Augustus H. Griswold
William E. S. Griswold
Henry O. Havemeyer
Charles Hayden
James N. Hill
Arthur G. Hoffman
Ralph C. Holmes
George H. Howard
Daniel C. Jackling

Otto H. Kahn
Lewis Cass Fedyari>, Jr.
James T. Lee
L. F. Loree
H. Edmund Machold
John R. Macomber
John C. Martin
Thomas N. McCarter
Chas. G. Meyer
Albert G. Milbank
Jeremiah Milbank
George M. Moffett
George Welwood Murray
Joseph D. Oliver
Henry Ollesheimer
Eugenius H. Outerbridge
Thomas I. Parkinson

Frank L. Polk
Robert C. Pruyn
Samuel F. Pryor
Lyman Rhoades
Andrew W. Robertson
Ferdinand W.Roebling, Jr.
Reeve Schley
Carl J. Schmidlapp
Charles M. Schwab
Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.
Lloyd W. Smith
Robert C. Stanley
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Thomas F. Vietor
George E. Warren
George P. Whaley
Henry Rogers Winthrop

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CHATHAM PHENIX
NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY

Bowery at Grand Street*

Chairman of the Board

Vice-President
First Vice-President

RICHARD H. HIGGINS
Vice-Presid ents

CHARLES W. WESTON
ROBERT P. BREWER
JAMES T. MONAHAN
ERNEST H. WATSON
ROBERTC. BROWN
ROBERT ROY

WALLACE T. PERKINS
GEORGE R. BAKER
WARREN W. LAMB
ELLIOTT DEBEVOISE
GROVER C. TRUMBULL
YOUNG KAUFMAN
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HENRY R. JOHNSTON
Assistant Vice-Presidents

HENRY F. CORWIN
J. WELLDON CURRIE

ARTHUR E. BOYD
PAUL L. HARDESTY

L. H. BURFEIND
Assistant Cashiers

RUPERT W. K. ANDERSON
RALPH W. MYERS
WILFRED WOTTRICH

FREDERICK E. FRIED
DEAN H. TRAVIS
JAMES R. DAVIE

STEWART E. MORRIS

TRUST DEPARTMENT
Vice-President

JAMES F. MCNAMARA
Trust Cffic&rs

HENRY E. AHERN

FREDERICK E. LOBER

ARCHIBALD B. FISK

Assistant Trust Officers

ERWIN W. BERRY

CHARLES H. CALDWELL

ALFRED B. LEET

Assistant Cashier

JERE H. WHEELWRIGHT

FOREIGN BANKING DEPARTMENT
Vice-Presidents

JOHN B. GLENN

WALTER

Assistant Vice-President

BOICE
Manager

H.JEROME MEYER

EDWIN STUDER
Assistant Managers

J. W. BRUSH

R. F. DE GEORGE

F. H. ROSS

Transacts a general commercial banking business.
Has complete facilities for handling the business
of correspondent banks.
Qualified to act as:—
Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Guardian or
Committee of Estates.
Trustee of Living and Life Insurance.
Agent for the care of Real and Personal Property.
Registrar or transfer Agent of issues of Stocks
or Bonds.
Trustee of issues of Corporate Bonds.
Custodian of Securities.
FOREIGN DEPARTMENT

Foreign Exchange bought and sold.
Money transferred by cable to all principal
cities of the World.
Domestic and Foreign Letters of Credit and
Travelers Checks issued.
Collections in dollars and Foreign currency
collected and credited at best rates.
CHATHAM PHENIX CORPORATION
analyses security holdings and deals in
conservative investments
Designated Depositary of
THE UNITED STATES
THE STATE OF NEW YORK
THE CITY OF NEW YORK

14 Cornhill, London, Ena

Ass t Cashier

Ass't Trust Officer

8th Avenue at 14th Street*

LAWRENCE J. GRINNON
H. F. MEEHAN
V? ce-President
V ice- President
WM.J.KOHL
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WM. 0. TUTTLE
Asst Vice-President
Ass't Cashier
THOMAS P. REGAN
Ass’: Cashier

5th Avenue at 18th Street*

FRANK J. O’LEARY j

Ass t Vice-President

ADDISON B. BINGHAM

Ass’: Cashier

5th Avenue at 30th Street*

GRAVERAET Y. KAUFMAN
Vice-President
JESSE UNGER
Ass : Vice-President
WILLIAM A. KNAWA
Ass't Cashier

R. J. KIERNAN
Vice-President
ABNER JACKSON
Ass’t Vice-President
CHARLES A. SEIZ
Ass't Cashier

7th Avenue at 39th Street*

JOHN M. MCGRATH
WILLIAM S. WALLACE
Vice-President
Ass't Vice-President
HENRY B. LOCKWOOD
OSMOND W. COOKE
Ass': Vice-President
Ass’t Cashier
JOHN W.S. LITTLEFIELD
Ass’: Cashier

Forty-second Street at Vanderbilt Ave.

ARTHUR L. BARNES,
Vice-President

JAMES R. POSTAL

Ass’t Vice-Pres.

THOMAS WEIR

Ass't Cashier

5th Avenue at 55tb Street*

CLARENCE KLINCK

ALAN G. WARNER

Vice-President

Ass’t Vice-President

ANDREW A. SMITH. Jr.
Ass’: Trust Officer

Third Avenue at 57th Street*

ARTHUR T. STRONG

CHARLES E. SPIEGEL

Vice-President

Ass’t Cashier

Lexington Avenue at 86th Street*

CHARLES H. STONE

Ass’: Vice-President

Broadway at 106th Street*

HERMAN H. BUDELMAN
Vice-President

MATTHEW J. MIDDLETON
Ass’t Cashier

Lenox Avenue at 116th Street*

FRANK B. FRENCH
Vice-President

Lenox Avenue at U5th Street*

ROBERT B. STAFFORD
Ass’t Cashier

Broadway at 144th Street*

JOHN A. OLSEN

Vice-President

London Representative

G. N. B. WATKINS

GILBERT L. MORSE /
JOSEPH J. SLONIM
Asst vice-President
Ass't Vice-President
JOHN W. MARTIN
CHARLES B. DENNY

Charter Member
New York Clearing House

Queens Plaza, Long Island City

RAY PALMER

Vice-President

GEO. F. BAHNTGE

Vice-President

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LEONARD E. LIVINGSTONE
LEONARD ST. C. INGRAMS
CHARLES E. MEEK
WANDELL M. MOONEY
JOHN H. NEEDHAM
GILBERT H. PERKINS
KENNETH R. MEDD
WILLIAM J. RAHILL
PAUL F. TATE

WILLIAM G. DeWITT
WILLIAM A. EDWARDS
AMOS B. FOY

Assistant Manager

HERBERT De BEV0ISE

Manager

•

FRANK I. CURRY

Asst. Manager

JOHN L. BRENNER

Assistant Vice-President

WALTER M. MESSENGER

Post & Flagg
JOHN W. PLATTKN

Banker

DARWIN P. KINGSLEY

Chairman, New York Life Insurance Co.
WILLIAM FELLOWES MORGAN

Chairman. Merchants Refrigerating Co.
ARTHUR ISELIN

William Iselin & Co.

TENTH AVE. AT 23rd ST.

Assistant Manager

W. E. HENDRICKSON

BROADWAY AT 44th STREET
Assistant Vice-President

BLINN F. YATES

Assistant Managers

WILLIAM H. WILLIAMS

Chairman, Wabash Railway Company
DONALD G. GEDDES

Clark, Dodge & Company

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD

A. D. Juilliard & Co., Inc.
RIDLEY WATTS

Director, New York Life Insurance Co.
THOMAS WILLIAMS
Ichabod T. Williams & Sons
PERCY H. JOHNSTON

President

President, Lamont. Corliss & Company
MADISON AVENUE AT 46th STREET
Vice-President

„

Assistant Secretary

ALBERT QUACKENBUSH
JOHN 6. SCHMELZEL

Asst. Comptroller

ARCHIE LOCHHEAD
CEONGE

Personal Trust Department
Trust Officers

JOHN NICHOLAS
CARLETON L. MARSH
HUNTINGTON M. TURNER

Corporate Trust Department
Trust Officers

HOWARD B. SMITH

WALLACE C. VON ARX
Assistant Secretaries
Assistant Trust Officers

Manager

H. D. ESMOND

FIFTH AVENUE AT 64th STREET

Manager

AssistantManager

BERNARD G. CRUDUP

EIGHTH AVENUE AT 67th STREET
Manager

Assistant Manager

THOMAS C. FRY

CLIFFORD D. WOOSTER

BROADWAY AT 73rd STREET

Vice-President

Manager

JOHN A. HOPPER

REGINALD H. BRAYLEY

Assistant Monager

HENRY C. OTTIWELL

Assistant Vice-President

Assistant Manager

W. C. BLACK. JR.

126th STREET AT EIGHTH AVENUE

Assistant Vice-President

CHARLES DIEHL

Manager

ARTHUR B. C0LLIGAN

BROOKLYN-SO COURT STREET

T. W. B. MIDDLETON

Assistant Vice-President

JOHN J. SMITH

Dillon. Read & Co.

JANSEN NOYES

Hemphill, Noyes & Co.
ROBERT GOELET

Real Estate

LAMMOT du PONT

President. E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.
Chairman, General Motors Corporation
W. C. LANGLEY

W. C. Langlev & Co.
FREDERIC STEVENS ALLEN

Appenzellar, Allen & Hill
A. J. COUNTY

Vice-President. Pennsylvania Railroad
M. H. CAHILL

Chairman, Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad
J. H. HILLMAN, Jr.

Chairman. Hillman Coal & Coke Co.
GEORGE E. ROOSEVELT

Roosevelt & Son
JOHN M. SCHIFF

GEORGE S. LITTLE

WILLIAM A. MENZEL

Sanderson & Porter

WILLIAM A. PHILLIPS

Banker

MADISON AVENUE AT 74th STREET
Manager

H. HOBART PORTER

ARTHUR W. LOASBY

WILLIAM J. WITTMAN

Assistant Trust Officers

HUGH WEIH

LEXINGTON AVENUE AT 47th STREET

W. J. DRISCOLL

Assistant Managers, Foreign Department

CHARLES E. KIMBALL, JR.

R. W. HUBBELL

.
AssistantManager
ROBERT A. C0ILE

JOHN C. FOLEY

Manager, Foreign Department

„„

J. LOWRY DALE

Assistant Treasurer

WILLIAM E. SWINYARD

GEORGE M. ERHART

UNIVERSITY PLACE AT 9th STREET

Real Estate
ARTHUR TURNBULL

CHARLES A. CORLISS

Assistant Secretaries

JOHN F. FLAACKE

PAUL PARTRIDGE
„
WILLIAM M. HAINES
Assistant Managers
H. R. CHAPMAN
DANIEL P. FOX
ALFRED G. TUCKERMAN

FIFTH AVENUE AT 29th STREET

Assistant Vice-Presidents

Assistant Treasurers

Assistant Secretary

Manager

Comptroller

SPENCER TUNNELL, JR.

320 BROADWAY

Vice-President

FRANCIS J. MCKENNA

SAMUEL SHAW

HENRY S. KOSTER
ED6AR B. LANDIS

Correspondents in the principal
cities of the world

BRANCHES

•

Treasurer

CLINTON C. JOHNSON

Principal Correspondents.

ROBERT WALTON GOELET

N. BAXTER JACKSON
SAMUEL T. JONES
BARRET MONTFORT
JOHN 0. PERRY
ROBERT D. SCOTT

Vice-President and Secretary

HARRY L. BARTON
JERRE L. DOWLING
W. H. FRENCH
HAROLD S. GIBBONS
HARRY W. HADLEY

N. Y. Clearing House Assn, members shown by *
Affiliated Banks by +

DIRECTORS

FRANK K. HOUSTON, First Vice-President

ALBERT ANGUS
STEPHEN L. JENKINSON

CHICAGO OFFICE:
Continental Illinois Bank
Bldg.

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21.000,000 44,280,930 379776 830 75.195.710 226119490 96,054.530 52.432,230 145626720

HENRY L. SERVOSS

BRANCHES:

3tO Broadway
University Place at 9th St.
Tenth Ave. at 23rd St.
Fifth Avenue at 20th Street
Broadway at 44th Street
Madison Ave. at 46th Street
Lexington Ave. at 47th Street
Fifth Avenue at 54th Street
Eighth Avenue at 57th Street
Broadway at 73rd Street
Madison Ave. at 74th Street
125th Street at Eighth Ave.
50 Court St. (Brooklyn)

AND

Vice-Presidents

JOSEPH ADAMS
WILBUR F. CROOK
HAROLD H. HELM
GEORGE C. HOFFMAN
CLIFFORD P. HUNT

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E. H. B0RST

Kuhn. Loeb & Company

FRANK K. HOUSTON

First Vice-President

N. BAXTER JACKSON

Vice-President

JOSEPH A. BOWER

President. Chemical Securities Corporation
LeROY W. CAMPBELL

Vice-Chairman, Chemical Securities Corporation
SAMUEL SHAW

Vice-President and Secretary

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and
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N. Y. Clearing House Ass'n. Members shown by *
Affiliated banks by +

$
$
S
$
10.000.000 13,078,690 44.102,310 S 1.590,160 S 3.867.990 19,720.680 S 8,989.140 37.103.330

Chairman

CHARLES E. MITCHELL
President

JAMES H. PERKINS

City Bank
Farmers
Trust
Company
(Main Office, 22 William)

par 20

1-171

T«t5l822

Vice-Presidents

WILLIAM B. CARDOZO
EDWARD J. BOYD
LIHDSAY BRADFORD
GEO. D. BUCKLEY
JOHH T. CREIGHTON

WILLIAM A. DUNCAN
THOMAS R. GEOGHEGAN
WILLIAM W. HOFFMAN
ALLEN G. HOYT
R. BAYLOR KNOX

STEWART C. PRATT
HARRY 0. SAMMIS
LAWRENCE SLADE
HENRY KING SMITH
WALTER REID WOLF

National City Bank of

IRVING H. MEEHAN

IS EXCLUSIVELY A TRUST COMPANY DOING
A GENERAL TRUST COMPANY BUSINESS.

PUBLIC LIBRARY BRANCH
475 Fifth Avenue at 41st Street, New York

IT OFFERS THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:

CHARLES C. JORDAN
JOHN G. KILBRETH
JAMES McLEAN
PHILIP A. MILLER

OSCAR W. ANDERSON
ELIOT ATWATER
GEORGE C. BARCLAY
WILLIAM L. DARLING

LAURITZ G. HAUGEN
ALEXANDER W. MCGHEE
CARLO. MONTGOMERY

RALPH E. MORTON
C. REGINALD OATES
NELSON STUART
HENRY N.TIFFT
CHARLES F. WHEATON

NOEL E. HANF
LAURENCE B. HAYWARD
BEVERLEY KEATOR
FRED P. MCKENZIE
ALEXANDER D. MARKS
WILLIAM L. HARSH
WALTER MONSEES
JOSEPH M. O'SHEA

WILFRED L. PEEL
BASCOM H. TORRANCE
JOHN L. TURNBULL
FRANCIS A. ZARA

GEORGE J. KENNY

PARK AVENUE BRANCH

Guardian of Incompetents and Minors.

Park Avenue at 57 th Street, New York

BROOKLYN BRANCH

Trustee of The Uniform Trusts.

STANLEY D. PEARCE
H. MORTON PETERSON
ROBERT H. PETTIGREW
CHARLES H. PFEFFERLE
REYNAL DE ST. M. THEBAUD
SAMUEL R. WALKER
WILLIAM W. WILSON

LONDON
11 Waterloo Place, London, S. W. 1

Transfer Agent and Registrar of stocks and
bonds.
Paying Agent for dividends and coupons.
Depositary under reorganization and syndicate
agreements.
Depositary in Escrow.

GEORGE S. MOORE
EDWARD C. SMITH
ERNEST A. STRAUSS

181 Montague Street, Brooklyn

Investment Advisor under Agency Accounts.
Custodian of Securities.

Assistant Secretaries

LIONEL DEPOSCH
JOHN M. GAUGENMAIER
HARRY W. JONES

Executor of Wills, Administrator of Estates,
Testamentary Trustee.

Trustee of Living Trusts and Insurance Trusts.

Assistant Trust Officers

HARRY F. AYERS
RALPH C. BARNES
BENJAMIN F. BRIGGS
ARTHUR K. DAVIS
DUNCAN F. 6EERY
THOMAS M. GODWIN
KENNETH A. HACKLER

42nd STREET BRANCH
42nd Street at Madison Avenue, New York

Trust Officers

J. FRANK BIRDSELL
HOWARD S. BUTTERWECK
WILLIAM G. CHISOLM
ARTHUR F. DAVIES
SIMEON HYDE

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LIABILITIES.
•Mem.A.B.A.ftNew § State TPrii.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
Other
Total
Ass’t Cashier. Paid-up Surplus
Vice-President.
CASHIER.
President.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
and
Liabili­
Capital Profits Deposits
ties
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.
Clinton Trust Co___ d©T»§’29 VV. VV. Warner___ Lee S. Buckingham H. E. Rank. Tr....... Samuel Miller. Sec. $ 500,000 $ 529,050 $ 2,221,370 * 159,650
E. W. Smith, A. T r. Off.
par 50 ♦ 1-785 (85710th Ave.) E. M. Rabenold.Cfc.
1,070
742.380
101.760
200,000
Arthur DeLuca.—
Vincent DeLuca ..
Luigi Spaventa, A, V.P.
Carlo Calvosa
$195-6% par 100 1-654

THE

COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL
BANK
AND

TRUST COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
8% par 100
1-125
T»t’28
(56 Wall St.)
Member:
American Bankers Assn.
New York Bankers Assn.
New York Clearing House

CHARLES E. WOLFF— R. L. ARMSTRONG—
W. T. TAYLOR. Sec. J. H. FERGUSON
CHARLES SUMMERS
F. W. DOTY.
V. P. and Tr. Off, H. W. TINSLEY
Asst, Trust Officers F.V. FORRESTAL.
Mgr, For, Dept,
WALTER T. DUNN
Asst.Vice Presidents ARTHUR S. MULLER
WILLIAM H. NUTT. JR.
j. M. BUOINGER
WILLIAM H. WARD A, Mgrs. For. Dept,
A. B. FLETCHER
™HSEWilLL,#ll
Auditor
DEAN J. WELLS

H.P. HOWELL- - - - - - H.P.BARRAND —W. G. KIMBALL
J. J. MARTIN. JR.
GEO. S. MILLS
„
BRAOFORD NORMAN.

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This Institution Is Prepared to Render
Complete Banking Service
For the Transaction of Domestic and Foreign
Business and to Act in all Trust Capacities
YOUR CONSIDERATION OF OUR FACILITIES
IS CORDIALLY INVITED

J. Edwards Baker

Stone & Webster and
Blodget, Inc.

Bonds
and

$ 1,615,240 $ 1,148,050 *
204,820

597,500

Cash t Exchang»8,Dui

Barks

from

16,720 $

630,060

25,510

217,380

New York Clearing House Assn. Mem. shown by *
Affiliated Banks by +
Principal Correspondents.
Chase N.. N. Y.
Credito Italiano,
d’ltalia, Rome.

Herbert P. Howell

Willis G. McCullough.

Richard F. Hoyt

Albert H. Morrill

Milan; Banca D’America e

Hayden, Stone & Co.
Barber Steamship Lines, Franklyn L. Hutton
Inc,

Harold O. Barker

Henry R. Ickelheimer

Heidelbach,
Ickelheimer & Co.

Jesup & Lamont

Harry P. Barrand

Vice-President

Collins & AikmanCorp.

President

Edwin C. Jameson

Globe & Rutgers Fire
Insurance Co.

Albert Blum

United Piece Dye Works J. Ford Johnson, Jr.
Chas, D. Barney & Co,
Sidney R. Kent
Chrysler Corp.
Paramount Publix
Edward P. Farley
Corp.
American-Hawaiian
Walter G. Kimball
Steamship Co.
Vice-President
Jacob France
Wilfred Kurth
Mid-Continent
The Home Insurance Co.
Petroleum Corp.
George Blumenthal
Waiter P. Chrysler

Kroger Grocery &
Baking Co,

Maurice Newton

Hallgarten & Co.

Charles F. Noyes

Charles F. Noyes Co.,
Inc.

William B.Scarborough
H. N. Slater

S. Slater & Sons, Inc.

R. P. Stevens

American Electric Power
Corp.

Robert Lehman

Harold E. Talbott, Jr.
William H. Vanderbilt

Louis J. Horowitz

Louis S. Levy

Knight Woolley,

Lehman Brothers

Lehman Brothers

George Blumenthal
Walter P. Chrysler

Maurice Newton

Samuel L. Fuller

William B. Scarborough

John W. Hanes, Jr.

Harold V. Smith

Herbert P. Howell

R. P. Stevens

Hitt, Farwell <fe Co.

Chas. D. Barney & Co.

The Home Insurance Co.

President

American Electric Power Corp,

Richard F. Hoyt

Harold E. Talbott, Jr.

Hayden, Stone & Co.
1,159,490 16,656,220 .....................
(Branch: 4242 Broa

,

AFFILIATED WITH THE COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL BANK & TRUST COMPANY OF
NEW YORK.

Hallgarten & Co.

Kissel, Kinnicutt & Co.

6 000.000 11,360,240 21,620,120

Cable Address: Comtrust New York

DIRECTORS
Robert Lehman

Chrysler Corp.

(56 Wall St.)

Frank M. Hindle
9, Clements Lane, Lombard St., London, E. C.4

Brown Bros. Harriman
& Co.

Chadboume, Stanchfield
& Levy

Jesup & Lamont

Transacts a General Securities Business

EUROPEAN REPRESENTATIVE—

Hitt, Farwell & Co.

Samuel L. Fuller

Harold O. Barker

P. Burkhardt. Sec,.
R. L. Erskine, A. S.
C. Fuhrman. A, S,
W. Prederichs,
A, Sec.
E. Eisemann, A.Sec

MibcblLANIOUB
Discounts Sioubitub Rmsourcbp

and

Edward J. Barber,

Kissel, Kinnicutt & Co.

Commonwealth Savings Bank Alexander Grant.. Martin Wallace___ O.H. Schlobohm.TV.
B. M. Schlueter,
1-246
®»t§’10 G. H. Hyde. V. P. R. L. Jones
A. Sec.
(Amsterdam Avenue at 161 stl
P.
A. Grien,
A.
K.
Brehm.
P.
H.
Hornby‘CONTINENTAL BANK&TRUST
Sec. and Tr.
CO. OF NEW YORK ~BT»t5’70
A. H. Queren,A.7>,
ij% par 10 (25Broad) ♦ 1-72
P. C. Newell. A. Tr.

Resources.
Loan*

7.000.000 10,158.050 100 079 140 26,991,040 62,561,820 20,096,480 16,417,760 45,152,170 .EADING BANKS AND BANKERS IN ALL
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF U. S. AND IN IM­
PORTANT CENTERS THROUGHOUT THE
WORLD.
DIRECTORS

Thompson-Starrett Co.,
Inc.

COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL
CORPORATION

Federal Reserve City No. 2.

5,155,770

11,184,620

5,416,730

427,510

18,052,950 10,487,700

Penn. Co.. Phil.; 2d N„ Bos. Can. Bk.
of Com., Toronto.

786,850 1st N.. Ohi.:

dway)
186,640 15,408,840

Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Cbl.; Boatmen’s N., St.

15,000,000 32.628,960 237 629 220 4,836,280 109693690 105592350 18,003,520 56 804.900 L.; Guardian Det., Det.; Guardian Tr. Co.,
WALTER E. FREW.CA. E. S. MALMAR- - - - - - F. K. LISTER. J o R. F. CROWELL.
Clev.; Hamilton N., Chat.; Citiz. N. Tr. & Sav.,
D B,
B ohtntn.
SHERER. V.Ch.
JOHN .......
R. mj-rnLUsm
MCx ...
WILLIAM
V.P.andSec.
A. Sec.
junn
U,
_•
Junn
n.
BREWER, RERRy Q, WHITE.
Los A.; Wells Fargo Bk. & Union Tr. Co.. San
H. A. PATTEN, Pres. JOHN W. ROSS
F.; Canal Bk.& Tr., N.O.; Market St.N., Phil.;
V,
P.
Tr.
Off.
Vice Presidents E. B. MACKENZIE
Far. Dep. N.. Pitt.: Midland Bk. Ltd., Lon.,
Offers its services as a conservative Commercial
E. H. LOW, V. P.
C. D. WHEELOCK,
H. SPRATT
Eng.; Morgan & Cie., Paris; Deutsche Bank
RALPH PETERS, JR. T.
W.L.
CRONIN.
A.
V.P.
Tr.
Off,
J.
S.
WHEELAN
„
Bank,
Executor,
Trustee
and
in
other
Fiduciary
und Discontogesellschaft, Berlin; Credito Ital.,
F.T. MARTIN
C. W. BIRD, A. V.P.
P. M. RUSHMORE
$102-20%
♦ 1-45 ld®T»t§'52 R. D. BROWN
Genoa; Can. Bk. Com., Toronto, Ont. and
P.
E.
ERKANDER.
A.
v.
P.
Capacities.
par 20
CIS William)

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NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
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-‘^‘-’Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

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tMem. State B. Ass’n.

[Estab.

♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSaIe%Div.

CORPORATION
TRUST COMPANY

Cashier.

Vice-President.

Ass’t Cashier.

K. K. MCLAREN------ RAYMOND NEWMAN- H. S. GOULD. Sec.... B.S. MANTZ, Tr
H.S. GOULD
K.D. MCLAREN.
B. S. MANTZ
A. Sec.
------W.P. POWELL. A.Sec.
N. J. McGAFFIN
J. R. TURNER
A. Vice-Presidents

T. F. BARRETT,

1-296 (120 Broadway) T*t5’17
17M% par loo

Tr. Officer

J. A. BLAKELY.

A. Tr. Off.

County Trust Co. of New York
»255-i2«%
1-757 dB®T«t§'25
par 100
Eighth Ave. and 14th St.
Dry Dock Savings Institution
1-176
®*t§’48
(341-343 Bowery)

Paid-up
Capital

$ 500,000 $

J. J. Riordan,
R. W. Long
A. Sec.
Walter MacNaugli 'J. J. Spillane,
V, P, and Tr,
ten, Tr. off
A. Sec. and A, Tr.
Andrew Mills. Jr._ A. H. Tennis
Geo. H. Miller. Tr,
Andrew Mills. Ch. William S. Gray
Chas. P. Collyer,
G. H. Miller
Compt.

C. E. Fowler.

V. P. and Sec.

J. J. Riordan.
A. Sec.
M. K. Frost. Sec,
H. M. Dean. A. Sec.

129.870

East River Savings Bank
D. R. James______ D. W. Whitmore
1-177
®t§’48
F. G. Fischer
(291-295 Broadway)
Lester Van Brunt

Lester VanBrunt,

Sec.

Loans
AND
DISCOUNTS

BONDS

Caah k Ex

laneous
cnj.Nai8,Dui
and
3 ■CUB IT IBP Resources trom Banks

4,000,000

$
4,627,860 23,256,700

411,420

J
12,777,500 11,088,480

2,319,220

6,110,780 Bkrs. Tr. Co. and Brooklyn Tr. Co.. N. Y.

22,376,920 156 862 850

210,000

93,331,190 76,087,730

3,441,270

6,589,580

G. Bottner. Jr..

A, Sec,

I-. :

Geo. O. Nodyne,

A. Sec.

H. J. Monsees.
A. Sec.

'■*

1,711,670

160,020

13,548,930 108 215 580

1,200,980

W. G. T erlinde,

764,710

1,616,400

86,140

73,328,840 39,468,130

3,687,040

421,240 Bkrs. Tr. Co., Gty. Tr. Co., and Chase N„ N. Y.

'
6,481,190

V. P, in c harge 96th\ St, Office

W. H. Bennett___ R. L. Hoguet_____
49,513,150 397 877 080
441,320 289 011 400 133586 430 15,879,890 9,353,830
J. S. Daly,
J. J. Pulleyn, Ch. Henry Heide
A. V. P.
Comptroller
(1 Branch)
J. S. Daly
J. H. Praetz,A.F.P.
30,0001 27,026,330 15,156,310
A. S. Van Winkle.. J.H. Loos______ H. C. Murphy,
4,600,940 40,104,320
K.Q. Horton .4. Tr.
567,210 1,985,410
C. J. Beard. V. P. W. T. Koch
Sec. and Tr. L. B. Donaldson,
■
G. E. Brown. Compt.
R. G. Hor ton, Mgr.
A. Sec, (Midtown Office 34f h St. at Le xington A, ve.)
I
,
Donald Waltz, A. Mgr,

LEROY W. BALDWIN

MYRON J.BROWN.‘Sor

Asst. Secretaries

A. Tr. Officers

EDWARD G.VARLEY G. B. WHITING
WALTER E.0RVIS
CHARLES A-DEAN
FRANK V. BALDWIN- Asst, V.-Presidents CLARENCE V. LUDLOW GEORGE B TRIGG
W. BARTON BALDWIN RICHARD 0.GLAESER TIMOTHY M. GOODE
—
MYRON J. BROWN
ROBERT M. BALDWIN FRAn'pK RH HiKFV ^ DAVID C- UmM
PAULH.HUDSON
FRANK K. B0SW0RTH ARTHUR nnRMSBFP G’ BRYANS WOLFE.
EDWARD C. WILSON
BERTRAM E. EARLp Mgr' London 0ffice
WM. A. O’NEILL,
16% par 20
1-229 ®T*t§'02 EUGENE MILLER
Tr. Officer HOWARD R. PUGH
HENRY F. WHITNEY
(120 Broadway)

6,000.000 6,561,650 84,700,630

1,739,800 51.655.830 18,268,910

975,820 28,101,520 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., Bkrs. Tr. Co., and

Vice Presidents

EMPIRE
TRUST COMPANY

Asst. Treasurers

HENRY P.BRUNJES
WALTERG.SCHAERER

Sec- and Tr■

C n. of Bdt

CORPORATION
(11 Broad)

V. Ch. of Bd.

*§’20

MAIN OFFICE*—120 Broadway
FIFTH AVENUE OFFICE*—580 Fifth Avenue, Cor. 47th Street.
HUDSON OFFICE*—Broadway, Cor. 39th Street.
NEW YORK

Chase N., N. Y.; Cent. Rep. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Chi.; Phil. N. and Corn Ex. N. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Phil.; 1st and N. Shawmut. Bos.; Bk.
of America N. Tr. & Sav. Ass’n, Los A.; Anglo
& London Paris N. and Bk. of America N. Tr.
& Sav. Ass’n, San F.; Un. Tr. Co., Clev.; Bk.
of Det., Det.; Inter-State Tr. & Bkg. Co.,
N. O.; 1st N., St. L.; Marine Tr. Co., Buff.;
Cont. N., Salt Lake C.; Uu. Tr. Co. of Md.,
Bait.; Barclays Bk. Ltd. and Midland Bk.
Ltd, Lon.; Credit Com’l de France, Paris.

38 Charles Street, Haymarket, LONDON, S. W.

W. , nniBii JOSEPH C. R0VENSKY RICHARD R. HUNTER, HENRY G. TITUS,
ALDRICH SIEGFRIED STERN
EQUITABLE WINTHR0P
H.WIGGIN
HENRY D. NAGEL, ^ JAMES j. ROGERS,
EASTERN BANKING CHARLES S. Me CAIN,
THEODORE E.
F V Tiiurif
HENRIQUES, E/ VUNCJv
1-323

Principal Correspondents.

501.120 $ 651,860 $ 253,790 Chase N. and Empire Tr. Co., N. Y.; Cont. Ill.
Bk. & Tr., Chi.; 1st N., Bos.

$

776,910

Miscel­

N. Y. Clearing House Assn. Members shown by *
. Affiliated Bks. by +

The Stock Transfer Guide and Service of this com­
pany is the official reporting organ of the N. Y.
Stock Transfer Ass’n. Its Federal Tax Service
and Federal Reserve Act Services are used by
bankers everywhere.

]
O. R. Kelly..........
A. E. Smith, Ch.
J. J. Broderick,

Other
Surplus
TOTAL
AND
DEPOSITS Liabili­
Profits
ties

Dunbar National Bank of
Chas. C. Huitt____ A. H. Thien______ A. W. Eichenberger J. P. Quander, Jr...
500,000
516,800
New York..1-773.. dB©T*’28
R. P. Braddicks,
152 par 25 (2824 Eighth Ave.)
A. V.P.
■
Eastern Exchange Bank_______ (Taken over by Und erwriters Trust Co, December 17, 1930 an d operated as 37 Bro adway Offi ce)

Emigrant Industrial Sav. Bank
1-179
d®*t§’50
(51 Chambers)
Empire City Savings Bank
1-207
®*t§’89
(231 West 125th)

RESOURCES.

Liabilities.
President.

Federal Reserve City No. 2

(Borough of Manhattan)

•Mem. A.it. A. nNew §State t I’riv.

Compt.

Gen. Mgr.

^

n

y n -m

.4. Compt. A■ Mgr-N-Y- °ffice

J. C. SIMC0X,

A, Mgr., N,Y.Office

2.000,000 2,770,400 9,472.500 5,932,930

8,065,730;

2,200,850

Shanghai Office: Alfred E. Schumacher, Manager.
H. W. Frick and E. G. Zacharlas, A. Managers.
Hongkong Office: David M. Biggar, Manager.
Adrian Lambelet, A. Manager.
Tientsin Office: Donald L. Italiantyne, Manager.

9.879,260 C' as3 N., N. Y., Lon., and Paris; Equitable
Eastern Bkg. Corp., Shanghai, Hong Ko g,
and Tientsin, China; N. Bk. Com., Seattle;
U. S. N., Port.; Citiz. N. Tr. & Sav., Los A.;
Anglo-Calif. Tr. Co., San F.

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BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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oMem. A.B. A. "New §8t»te fPriv.
{Mm. State B. Ass’n.
[Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sar.$LastSale%Div.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d

PRESIDENT.

Vice-President.

CASHIER.

Other
Subplus
Total
Paid-up
Liabili­
and
Capital Pbopitb Deposits
ties

ASS’T CASHIER.

Federal Reserve City No. 2

Resources.

Liabilities.

Mibcil- Oajr A Ixbonm
cvaxom,Dui
AND
Sbcubitibs Rbsouboss rmo* Baku

Loans
AND

Discounts

N. Y. Clearing Houss Ass’n. Members shown by ♦
Affiliated Bks. by +

Principal Correspondents.

Equitable Trust Co, of New York (Consolidated with Chase National Ban Jfc June 2. 1930)
(1902)
♦Equitable Trust Co. of New W. W. Aldrich____ Samuel Armstrong. William J. Eck,
O. P. Farwell,
$ 2,000,000 $ 1,110,110 $
York (New).........................$’30 Lyman Rhoades,
Sec. and Tr, Wm. J. McNicol,
J. J. Graeber. Jr.
Asst. Secretaries
(11 Broad St.)
V. P. Albert E. Bates
H. D. Nagel.

13,690 $

335,400

45,000

%

3,155,550 $

37,140 $

221,500 {Affiliated with The Chase National Bank of New York)

Comptroller

Exeelsior Savings Bank®»t$’69 Reginald Roome... F. G. Hobbs
1-184 (221-3 W. 57th St.)
Arthur Plage

Everett Smith, Sec. O. G. Rose, A. Sec.
Arthur Plage,
W. L. Bishop,

Comptroller

29,470 20,269,080 10,755,510

4,482,830 29,312,550

1,184,710

1,615,540

{Bds, and
Mtgs.)

A. Sec.

♦Federal Reserve Bk., Dist. 2» (See page 76 for co mplete informatio n)
1-120
(33 Libertv)
J. J. Munholland— Fred C. Jacoby. Tr. J. L. Wilson,
T. J. Shanahan,
James Magnor
J. L. Hartnett,
A. Tr. Assistants to Pres.
C. E. Harding, Aud.
D. M. Spencer......... D.H. McAlpln Pyle, C. H. Anthony.
A. Sec.
Sec.
T. H. Auerbach,
A. V. P. L. C. Robinson,
Wm. A. Meyerhofl,
A. Tr.
A. V.P
♦FIFTH AVENUE BANKdT'i8’75 Theo. Hetzler____ Wm. 0. Murphy__ Ernest Foley_____ F. P. DeWitt_____
of New York
W.C. Murphy, Tr.O. G. A. Way
A. S. Frissell. Ch. George Acheson
R. A. Meixell
Edward Streeter, Ohas. H. Dahmer J. F. Eunzmann.
par 100
♦MB
A. Tr. Off. F. P. Vanderbilt.
7. P.
24% Reg. 35%’Special
A. Tr. Off.
(530 Fifth Ave.)
Federation Bank and Trust Co. P. J. Brady----------12%
♦ 1-838
d®T«§’23
porioo
(461 Eighth Ave.)
Fiduciary Trust Co. of New D. W. MacCormack
York
1-792
$'31 Pierre Jay, Ch.
(1 Wall)

T. BUSH.
FIRST FEDERAL R.IRVING
G. SIMONDS,
FOREIGN RANKING FRED BRENCHLEY.
CORPORATION

CA. 0fBd.

HARPER A. HOLT— KENNETH H. rTT
A. P. TIMMERMAN.
A. HEINRICH
HKIJdVr
’
W. A. PETERSON
Sec'and Tr'
john

'

750.000
1,000,000

500,000

(100 Broad Street)

’26

509,380

10,097,510

6,954,090

369,090

1,000,000

1,228,480

384,090

1,621,950

1,654,930

25,210

3,823,390 30,720,240

874,070

18,913,510

9,607,250

1,397,850

122,390 3,306,760

4.309,880

566,010

1,753,130 Chase N. and N. Citv. N. Y.; Union N.. Newark: Te­
legraphers N., St. L.; Bank of Toronto, Montreal.
310,480

5,999,590 1st N.. Chi.; Phil. N..Phil.;N.Shawmnt. Bos.

{Inch
Earnings)

2.500,000

’E* M‘ ELLERICH

221,060

217,270 *1,057,050 Bkrs.

Tr. Co., N. Y.; Barclays Bk., London;
Banque de Paris et Des Pays Bas., Paris;
Amstel Bk., Amsterdam.

*Includes “ Prime B ankers Ac ceptances in Portfo lio."

Pres.

par 100

1,215,640 16,698,810

“CHARTERED UNDER SECTION 25-A OF THE FEDERAL
RESERVE ACT.”

♦First National Bank—HBT«t’63 J. E. Reynolds____ S. A. Welldon------- S. A. Welldon_____ S. L. Searles---------- 10,000,000 118516510 398 670 570 11,871,010 136 244530 273,348,010 2,000,000 127.465 550
R.G. Fuller, A.C. W. F. Kearns
Frank Ry savy, Tr. Off. L.F. Hooper. Mgr. Bd, Dept.
H. S. Sturgis
G. F. Baker, Ch.
1-65
(2 Wall)
J.K. Mickle, A. C. T. F. McGowan
W. L. Ric hardson, Mgr. Cred it Dept,
Stanley H agerman. Compt.
A. C. Nagle
C. R. Beattie
Franklin Savings Bank»®t$’59 .T. R. Trowbridge. .T. T. Downey
4% 1-188
(650 Eighth Ave.) C. R. Agnew, V. P. Bernard Karsch

102,080
14,830 97,213,170
F. G. Stuart, Sec... A.Kr umenauer, A .8
11,264,270 93,055,840
E. J.Reynolds, A.S. Henry Rohe. A.Sec. D. G. Pric e, A. Sec, William Schlicht, A. Compt.

2,513,880

4,680,310

Avery Claflin, Tr,.. P. L. Masson_____
Jean De Sieyes.—
French American Banking
R. S. Harlan,
Corporation____________ *t’19 E. W. Stetson, Ch. W. C. Thompson, R. E. Ingraham,
Auditor
Asst. Vice-Pres.
7. P. and See.
10% par 100 1-309
(65 Broadway)

2,000,000

4,492,410 76,877,700 19,548,870

25,980,180 45,599,100 19,736,260 11,603,440 Comptoir N. d’Escompte de Paris, and Banque de
l’lndochine, Paris; Midland Bk. Ltd., Barclays Bk.
Ltd. and N. Provincial & Union Bk., Lon.

P. W. Shepard, Sec. John Brooks,
V. P. and Tr. Off. J. A. Mack, A. Sec. O. M. Cooder,
A. Tr. Officers
Henry McC. Bangs H.P. Spurr, A. Sec.

2,000.000

3,450,820 18,125,180

134,930

11,985,660

7,018,690

567,980

Gimbel Brothers Bank.. ®$’23 Bernard F. Gimbel, Ellis A. Gimbel, Jr. ChaunceyJ.Gordon Henry J. Voss------par ioo (32nd and Broadway)
1-660

100,000

837,800

7,280

48,580

691,080

8,680

F. H. McKnight.— .T. A. Allis________ R. F. O. Benkiser.. E. L. Holtermann.
Grace National Bank
T. H. L. O. Stucke, J. A. Frank
10% par 100
1-280
B®T*t’15 F.E. Wheeler. V.P. W. B. Marsh
Mgr. Foreign Dept.. Alan Ross, Tr, Off.
O. M. Torrey, 7. P. J. H. Sharp, Jr.
(7 Hanover Square)

1,500,000i

1,702,210i 20,664,750

5,149,900

5,752,880 12,826,720

3,639,710

6,797,570 Correspondents in Principal Cities throughout the
world.

18,992,550I 146278730i
C. M. Dutcher____ George Blagden__ . H. E. Brower, Tr.. H.M.Einhaus.A.T’r.
Greenwich Savings Bank
E. G. Merrill
E. A. Bonfleld,
G. A. Roeder, A.Tr.. Branch:S1 ixth Ave., cor. 16th
1-174
®t§’33
A. Tr,. W. F. Knox,
E. M. Craven,
(Broadwayand6t^Aj^^^M^)
| A. Compt.
Compl.

185,350

85,942,740i 67,948,300

6,333,780i

5,231,800

Fulton Tr. Co. of N. Y..T»t$'90
1-205 ♦
(149 Broadway)
WOO-12% par ioo

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

Municipal and Land Bank Bonds
https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

4,138,600 Bk. of N. Y. & Tr. Co. and Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.

(Office at 1002 M adison At e.)

135,650

Municipal and state Bonds
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

332,380 Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Phil. N., Phil.

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., I Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O., Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

I 1 KZ

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i eaeh bank in U. S. exclusively by The Raud-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass'n.

•Usa.A.B. A.*»New § State tPrir.
t Mem. State B. Ass’n. [ Estab.
♦Fed. Bes.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-BafeDep.®SaY.$LastS»le%Dlv.

List

of

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d
Liabilities.
Paid-tip Surplus
Total
and
Capital Profits
Deposits

Officers.

MAIN OFFICE
140 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Cable Address: Fidelilas

Othek
Liabili­
ties

:
$
$
S
90 MO ON 208 426 970 1.352.734,930 211954 640

Chairman

Loans
and
Discounts

Resources.
MiscnlBonds
LANBOUS
AND
Sscukitisb Rbsoubobr

Federal Reserve City No. 2

Cam ft Bx>
PROM

BaHlUS

s
Leading banking institutions in the princi­
911139,690 437 838 970 142895850 368 242 530 pal cities of the United States and in impor­
1
tant centers throughout the world.
OFFICES]

WILLIAM G. POTTER
Vice-Presidents

W. PALEN CONWAY
EUGENE W. STETSON

J. HOWARD ARDREY
JOSEPH R. SWAN

GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK:
Transacts a general commercial banking business.

Vice-Presidents — GENERAL BUSINESS

1301-12%

♦ 1-23

T«tr<J4

(140 Broadway)
National Bank of Commerce
In New York,
Organized 1839,
Merged as of May 6,1929
with
Guaranty Trust Company
of New York
Organized 1864


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Principal Correspondents.

President

CHARLES H. SABIN

Guaranty
Trust
Company
of
New York

N.Y. Clearing Honse Ass'n. Members shown by*
Affiliated Banks by+

cjkaw«m,Dui

WILLIS H. BOOTH
ROBERT E. BROOME
J. L. CLEVELAND, JR.
ZAY B. CURTIS
G. JARVIS GEER, JR.
WILLIAM L. KLEITZ
ELLIOTT H. LEE

ARCHIBALD F. MAXWELL
JAMES M. NICELY
JAMES L. O’NEILL
CHALLEN R. PARKER
ROY H. PASSMORE
E. A. POTTER, JR.
EUGENE M. PRENTICE
EDWARD H. RAWLS

WILLIAM REID
EVERETT E. RISLEY
J. J. SAMPLE
FRANCIS H. SISSON
HENRY T. SKELDING
HENRY C. STEVENS
BURNETT WALKER

Vice-President and Comptroller

STUART H. PATTERSON
Vice-President and Treasurer

Secretary

ROBERT L. GARNER

MATTHEW T. MURRAY, JR.

Vice-Presidents — FOREIGN DEPARTMENT

ALBERT BRETON
HERMAN G. BROCK

ROBERT F. LOREE
J. WESLEY CONN
RALPH DAWSON

DANIEL B. GRANT
FRANZ MEYER

Vice-Prttidenis — FIDUCIARY DEPARTMENTS
Trust, Custody, Transfer and Coupon Departments

ROWLAND E. COCKS

MERREL P. CALLAWAY
GEORGE C. CUTLER

HENRY A. THEIS

Officers in charge of branch offices in New York City
Fifth Avenue Office, Fifth Ave. at 44th Street:
Vice-Presidents

A. C. HOWELL
F. J. H. SUTTON

JAMES S. ALEXANDER, JR.
C. M. BILLINGS

Madison AvenuelOffice, Madlson’Ave. at iSOtif Street;
Vice-President: JAMESIM. PRATT
Directors

CHARLES H. ALLEN
GEORGE G. ALLEN
J. HOWARD ARDREY
W. W. ATTERBURY
EDWARD J. BERWIND
W. PALEN CONWAY
CHARLES P. COOPER
HENRY 6. BALTON
JOHN W. DAVIS
HENRY W. deFOREST
EDWARD D. BUFFIELB
CHARLES E. DUNLAP
MARSHALL FIELD

LEWIS 6AWTRY
ROBERT W. GOELET
PHILIP G. GOSSLER
EU6ENE G. GRACE
W. A. HARRIMAN
ALBERT H. HARRIS
JOHN A. HARTFORD
DAVID F. HOUSTON
CORNELIUS F. KELLEY
THOMAS W. LAMONT
CLARENCE H. MACKAY
ANGUS D. MCDONALD
RICHARD B. MELLON
GRAYSON M.-P. MURPHY

WILLIAM C. POTTER
LANSING P. REED
GEORGE E. ROOSEVELT
CHARLES H. SABIN
CHARLES B. SEGER
MATTHEW S. SLOAN
VALENTINE P. SNYDER
EUGENE W. STETSON
JOSEPH R. SWAN
STEVENSON E. WARD
CORNELIUS V. WHITNEY
GEORGE WHITNEY
THOMAS WILLIAMS

Collects notes, clean and documentary drafts,
coupons, called and matured bonds, and simi­
lar instruments. Specializes in bill-of-lading
drafts.
Effects transfers of funds for customers by
private wire, and executes telegraphic orders
from out-of-town depositors to make pay­
ments In New York.
Has complete facilities for handling the busi­
ness of correspondent banks.
Has facilities for the transaction of every kind
of foreign banking business, including:
selling drafts and cable orders, payable in
foreign currencies; purchasing and selling
foreign exchange for spot or future delivery;
negotiating drafts drawn on foreign countries
covering export shipments; financing import
shipments with commercial letters of credit;
issuing commercial letters of credit for
export shipments; issuing travelers letters
of credit and travelers checks; acting for
foreign governments, banks, corporations,
firms, and individuals.
Has offices in London, Liverpool, Paris, Havre,
Brussels, and Antwerp, where complete bank­
ing service along American lines is provided.
Acts as transfer, fiscal, and disbursing agent,
trustee, depositary, registrar, and in all
fiduciary capacities for corporations and
governments.
Acts in all fiduciary capacities for individuals.
Affords, as a member of the Federal Reserve
System, the benefit of its facilities and
services.
Offers a fiduciary service abroad through its
British subsidiary, the Guaranty Executor and
Trustee Company, Limited, located in London.

New York City:
Main Office, 140 Broadway.
Fifth Avenue Office, Fifth Avenue
at 44th St.
Madison Avenue Office, Madison
Avenue at 60th St.

London:
Main Office
32 Lombard Street, E. C. 3

ALBERT BRETON,
DANIEL B. GRANT, Vice-Presidents
ERNEST 6. HUMPHREYS, Joint Mgr.
ARTHUR W. J. DONALDSON,
REGINALD HALE,
T. REED VREELAND, Asst. Mgrs.
Kingsway Office
Bush House, W. C. 2

ANDREW F. PATTERSON. Mgr.
FREDERICK CHAS. WALLACE, Asst. Mgr.
Pall Mall Office
<0 Pali Mall, S. W. 1
H. STUART GOLDEY, Mgr.

JOHN McALLEY BARR,
Asst. Mgr, and Asst, Sec,

Liverpool:
27 Cotton Exchange Building.
STUART ROBERT COCKBURN, Mgr.
LUIGI SOLAINI, Asst. Mgr,

Parie :
4 Place de la Concorde.

JOHN A. GRISWOLD,
H. MICHOUD, Joint Mgrs.
R. T. TUPPER BARRETT,
JOSHUA G. B. CAMPBELL,
ALBERT N. CONNETT, Jr.,
THEODORE ROUSSEAU, MAURICE G. ST. GERMAIN, Asst. Mgrs.
Havre:
122 Boulevard de Strasbourg.
GEORGES A. VERNHET, Acting Mgr.
PAUL8IR0UD, Asst. Mgr,

Brueeele :
27 Avenue des Arts.
LEON de WAELE, Mgr.
OMER V. CLAIBORNE, Asst. Mgr.

Antwerp:

36 Rue des Tanneurs.

J. B. AVE6N0, Mgr.
GEO. C. de CEUSTER,

Asst. Mgr,

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
i -i rc to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNaliy Bankers*
J.J.JU Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
•Mem.A.B.A.nNew JStatatPriu
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-8afeDep.@Sav.$LastSale%Div.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d
Resources.

Liabilities.
Cashier.

Vice-President.

President.

Harbor State Bank......... B®§’29 Gilbert Darlington Gustave Hartmann Wm. Albath_____
♦ 1-670
A. Lefko, A.V.P.
A. B. Bauer
J. A. Simonson,
(4th Ave. at 9th St.)
A. V. P.
Harlem Savings Bank _.®i§’63 A. B. Westervelt — W. A. Leonard___ Wm. R. Hawkins.
Tr,
1-190
W. E. Trotter, Ch. F. E. Wise
(125th St. at Lexington Ave.)
R. C. Hart, Compt,
W. P. Silleck
♦Harriman Nat. Bk. & Tr. Co. J. W. Harrlman.. Marshall Sheppey. A. J. Colombo____
1-126
T»t’ll J.A.Noble. 1stv.P. O. H. Harriman
M. S. Billmire. V.P.
ti025-io%
(Fifth Ave. and 44th St.)
Albert M. Austin. F. S. Williamson Jas. L. Turner, V.P.
Exec. V. P. W. A. Burke. Exec, W.A.Burke. Compt.
Hellenic Bank Trust Co..®T§’30 John Plastropoulos E. Hardaloupas ___ A. Vidalis, Sec-----tioo
1-787
M. T. Courdjis,
E. Caperonis
A. Sec,
(51 Maiden Lane)

155 par 25

Ass’t Cashier

Other
Surplus
Total
Paid-up
Liabili­
AND
Capital Profits Deposits
ties

S 200,000 $ 327,340 $ 1,615,670 $
Harry Frankel,
A. Sec,
F. Nordenholt.
Mgr. Travel Dept
J. J. Cann, Sec..— _______ 12,810,750 80,982,080
2,822,420 37,342,240

F. J. Revere..........
Sarah A. Burke
Clarence Parker
Geo. P. O’Connor
E. Caperonis, Tr...

2,000,000

1 000,000

314,500

3,179,350

Hias Immigrant Bank........ i'22 John L. Bernstein. Abraham Herman. Aaron Benjamin... I. L. Asofsky-------

100,000

54,940

500

$100 par 100

1-840

Federal Reserve City No. 2

(Borough of Manhattan)
Loans
and
Discounts

BONDS
AND

Miscel­
laneous
Securities Resources

991,710

77,560

56,063,530 30,729,220

1,986,290

58,190 $

766.080 $

(Bds. &
Mtgs.)

t

Affiliated banks by-

Cash k ExCHANaiB.DUK from Banks

Principal Correspondents.

365,850 N.
1 City, Chase N. and Irv. Tr., N. Y.

5,013,790

2,300,000 10,721,200

613,610 21,982,500

7,774,570

841,430

2,644,090

60,330

1,190,130

51,050

2,210

234,090

Co., San F.; Market St. N„ Phil.; Whitney N..
N.O.; Walker Bros., Bkrs., Salt Lake O.

,

__

J. M. Dalva, And.

(425 Lafayette St.)

HIBERNIA
TRUST COMPANY

PHILIP DE RONDE— H. E. WILLER. . . . . . . . T. F. BENNETT, Tr... R. |. CURRAN. Sec
EUGENE F KINKEAD T.F. BENNETT
S. I. BATEMAN,A.Tr. G. F. PARTON, A. Sec
™ p " r*"’ R- I- CURRAN
R. J. SHARPE, Tr.Off. W. W. WERNSING,
Ch. Ex. Corn, s s V0LCK
LEO J. BURNES. „ ,.liro r A.Tr Off
PHILIP BOYER
a. V. P. JAMES F. GILL. And,
Complete banking facilities, both domestic and foreign.
Invites accounts of Individuals, Arms, corporations
and banking institutions.

1,000,000

Offices:

2,060,950 22.101.760

572,120

12,435,680

445,920 10,503,660

4,349,570

5th Ave. at 29th S t.; 5th A ve. at 52d St., Nas sau at S pruceSt.

N. Y.

$110 par 100 1-779 dB®T*t§’29
(57 William St.)
311,650 2,408,240 Chase N. and N. City. N. Y.
5,740,820 1,475,880
784,080 7,398,530
1,500,000
Wm. I. Sirovich__ W. H. Weinstein.. Wm. H. Logan.........J. M. Scheinhorn ..
Industrial National Bank
rth St.
Second Av e. Office: Second A
M. H.Conway, V. P. T. E. J. Bower,
$110 par 100 1-770
dB®T'28 Max Weinstein, Ch. P. L. Tuchman,
i?xec.!M.D.Hirscli,A.F.P.
A.
V.
P,
(7th Ave. and 38th St.)
P. M. WARBURG, Ch. Vice-Presidents FLETCHER L. GILL. L. D. PICKERING,
19,910,890 85,726,060 10,196,660 Correspondents in all principal cities through­
Tr.
Sec, 6,250,000 12,563.000 48,163,260 87,327.500 38,470,150
out the world.
_______
JAMES P. WARBURG, L. S. CHANLER, Jr.
Assistant Treasurers JAMES 0. MCDOUALL,
Vice Ch. JOHN P. COLLINS
All
foreign
business
in The Manhattan Com­
(Due
to
F ABBOT
GOODHUE. W,LL|AM
FLETCHERT L.KELLY
GILL JOHN C. BECKER
A. Sec,
r.
ahhui uuuunut,
pany group is handled by the International
Banks
RICHARD T. GIBLIN RICHARD H. LESLIE,
Acceptance Bank, Inc.
and
* L. NACHMANN
JOSEPH J. MORAN
Aud'
Customers
H. J. ROGERS

INTERNATIONAL
ACCEPTANCE
BANK, INC.

W. H. SCHUBART
P. J. VOGEL

Assistant
Vice Presidents

1-322
B*t§’21
(31 Pine St.)
(A Unit of
The Manhattan Company)

1

GORHAM P. GENSCH
ADOLPH SUEHS00RF, Jr.
J. PHELPS WOOD

International Banking Transactions.
Commercial Letters of Credit
Collections
Foreign Exchange
HfTEINATIONAL BKG. CMP G. S. Rentsehler,

24% par 100

1-263
(55 Wall Street)

Jos. H. Durrell___ R. W. Foote_____ 'A. C. Chadbourne..
I 01 C. E. Mitchell, Ch. Juan F. Rivera
D. C. Borden.Cowp. D. J. Palmer,
Jos. T. Cosby, V. P. N. C. Lenfestey,
R. R. Hughes,
C. V. Sheehan,
A. Compt. A. Vice Presidents
V, P., Sec, and Tr.

Office of London Representative 4, Adams
Court, Old Broad St., E. C. 2.

Compan y, Inc.

Internat ional Ma

urity De alers)

(See listing u

e

2,500.000

7,256,830 14,729,130

7,592,1500

6,339,530

5,823,100

5,650,960 14,264,520 National City Bank, N. Y.

3,200,000

2,071,290

3,951,9000

6,279,321

2,167,041

5.884.84(1

Inter national-Madison Bk.& Tr, (Closed for liquidati on August 5, 1931)
Co.................................................

INTERNATIONAL
TRUST
COMPANY
par 20

♦ 1-767 ®BT»t§'27
(26 Broadway)

F. E. HASLER- - - - - - - C. C. PROBST- - - - - - - - - W. E. DOBBIN.
Asst. Secretaries
G. S. TALBOT
V. P., Sec. and Tr. EINAR HAMMER
MORTON WADDELL C. L. HOWARD,
W. G. RENDELL
(Madison Ave. Office)
A, V. P. J. P. EIKER, Jf.
J. T. SEAMAN, Aud. (Terminal Office)
C. H. HOFFMAN.

Terminal Office

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Banking-Trust-Foreign and Municipal Bond Certification Dept.

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

Municipal and Land Bank Bonds
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2,884,790 Other Offices:

OFFICE, 2118 Second Ave.. RALPH
VITALE, Mgr., E. SCARLIN0, A. Mgr.
MADISON AVE. OFFICE, 336 Madison Ave.
MURRAY HILL OFFICE, 431 Third Ave., W. C.
HARLEM

DIRECTORS

LOUIS W. ABRONS
F. E. ANDRUSS
JULIAN B. BEATY
W. E. DOBBIN
C. A. FRUEAUFF

F. E. HASLER
W. 0. C. KIENE
JEREMIAH 0. MAGUIRE
C. D. MALLORY
J. GEORGE M0LLATH

Private Wire Connections to Principal
Cities Throughout the country

rasar
A. PORTFOLIO

BECKER. Mgr., SIPA HELLER. A. Mgr.

TERMINAL OFFICE, 7th Ave. at 30th St.»

woolseyTshepard
W. E. von MARX

NEW YORK. N.Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass.. 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO. III., 120 South La Salle St.

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to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

•Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n.
[Estab.
♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass

t

Cashier.

$ 3,962,200 $32 106 640 $

Loans
and

BONDS
AND

MibcblLANIOUS

Discounts SlCUEITIlS Resources

Cash ft Exchanges,Dux
from Basis

Federal Reserve City No. 2
N. Y. Clearing House Assn. Members shown by *
I _______________AffiBated Banks by +_______________

Principal Correspondents.

28,730 $18 600 280 $14 666 890 $ 1,203,900 $ 1,626,500
(Bds. <fc

Mtgs.)

SEE ADVERTISE MENT PAGES 11 32-1133.

Italian Savings Bank...®t§’96 P. I. Simonelli.
1-211
(1 Branch)
(Lafayette and Spring)

J. HENRY
SCHRODER
RANKING GORP.
(46 William Street)

3,530,760 32,257,780

Antonio Pisani........ N. J. Barrett, Tr._ G.Zampariello. Sec,
H. A.Vannozzi.A.S,
N. J. Barrett
P. P. Bosco,

18,713,800 12,978,550

2,055,050

P. N. GRAY---------Ass’t Vice-Pres’s G. F. BEAL. Tr-------- J. L. SIMPSON. Sec.. $ 5,000,010 5,570,850 22,953,140
BARON B. SCHRODER, N. A. BOGDAN
Ass’t Treasurers
Ass't Secretaries
(Due
Ch. J. R. BOYD
H. K. HARDON
E. T. HERNDON
Customers
Vice Presidents 6. E. PANOVA
J.
M.
MILLERE.
H.
MEILI
and
H. A. HARRISON
G. F. BEAL
Banks)
T. E. STEBBINS
J. L. SIMPSON
H. A. SUTPHEN
J. 0. CODE* Compt.
C. P. FULLER
V. LADA-MOCARSKI

34,806,360

10,426,000 18,510,040 33,327,070

„.,.T„cirH0Lz

1d*t’23
4,368,410

218,940

323,030

4,724,500

1,109,000

92,720 15,666,000

171,070

15,378,500

1,118,330

3,666,660

4,256,680 20,565,410

109,580

16,635,150

6,905,530

700,000

Land Bank of the State of W. H. Judson____ G. A. Martin_____ J. J. Dillon, Tr.___ C. J. W. Eldridge,
Sec.
Jas. P. Judge,
New York______________ t'14 C. O’C. Hennessey, Ann E. Rae
V. P. W. G. Cooper
Counsel D. B. Hutton,
*1000-6% (220 Broadway)
Managing
Dir.
par 1000

LOUIS V. BRIGHT.

ARCHIBALD FORBES M. E. MUNROE. Tr. W. H. GRIEF. Sec....

SMYTH
W. G. SCOTT.
H. C. HOWE.
F.C.WEGENER.
L.F.GREGORY.
'LAWYERS TRUST T. STALLKNECHT. W.R.J. P.K.SWARTZ
as Trustee, Guardian, Executor, Administrator, Assignee or Receiver,
COMPANY ActsTransfer
Agent or Registrar of Stocks of Corporations. Takes Charge of Per­
Pres.
V.P.

d®T*f|’08
(160 Broadway)

(Midtown office-15 E. 41s< St.*)

Lebanon National Bank.

2,041,140

Deputy Tr.

P. N. Gray_______ G. F. Beal_______ H. A. Sutphen, Tr. T. A. Shields,
J.Henry Schroder Trust Co,
Sec. and Tr. Off.
W. A. Tucker,
♦ (1-782)
T»§’29 Baron B. Schroder, J. L. Simpson
Ch.
A. S. and A, Tr, J. D. Code, Compt.
(46 William St.)

1-110

Resources.

Other
Total
Paid-tjp Surplus
and
Deposits Liabili­
Capital Profits
ties

Henry Kroger------ G. B. Dunning, Sec. J. B. Anderson,
A. Sec
G. B. Dunning
J.G.Cornell, A. See.
H. E. Maslin, A. Sec
W. J. Reeves

4%

par 100

(Borough of Manhattan)

Liabilities.

Irving Savings Bank-.dMS’Sl H. E. Tener..
1-180 (115 Chambers)

IRVING TRUST CO.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d

1.

A. Tr.

m\%,A.V,P.

A. Tr.
4.TV.

Aud.

495,420

(Bonds)

148,900

6,076,240 Cont. Ill. Bk, & Tr., Chi.; 5th 3d Un. Tr.. Cin.; Phil.
N.. Phil.; Bk. of Pitt. N. A., Pitt.; N. Shaw.,
Bos.; 1st N.. Balt.; Riggs N.. Wash.. D. C.; 1st N..
St. L.; Un. Tr., Clev.: Oesterr. Credit-Anstalt,
Vienna; Soc. G6n. de Belgiaue. Brussels; Can. Bk.
of Com., Montreal; J. Henry Schroder & Co., Lon.;
Banque de l’Union Parisienne, Paris; DeutcheBk.
& Disconto Gesellschaft. Berlin; Amsterdamsche
Bk. and Lippmann, Rosenthal & Co., Amsterdam;
Hungarian Com’l Bk. of Pest, Budapest; Credito
Ital.. Milan; Stockholms Enskilda Bk.. Stockholm;
Credit Suisse. Zurich; Banco Allemao Transatl.,
Buenos Aires; Banque Francaise et Ital. pour 1’
586,340 Amerique du Sud, Rio de Janeiro.

541,960

162,220

4,228,780 Chase N., Gty. Tr. Co., N. City, Cent. Han. Bk.

& Tr. Co., and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

froei tlym Bran cAx* 44 Colart St.

sonal Securities. Conserves the Professional Relations of Attorneys to their
Clients in Consultation with the Company's Counsel, in any business that may
be placed with it.
(Absorbed by Man ufacturers Trust Co. July 15, 1931 for liq uidation)

Lefcourt National Bank & Trust (See The National S afety Bank <fc Trust Co, of New York)
Company

ROBERT W. DANIEL . . . Ch. of Bd.

LIRERTY NATIONAL F.E. GOLDMANN
A. MAHER
RANK & TRUST CO. WILLIAM
HERBERT M. 0LNEY
WALTER M. WARNER
IN NEW YORK

par 25

(50 Broadway)

1-339 dB®T«t’23

50 Broadway Office*
. . . . Vice-Pres.
. V.p. and Cash.
• • • Trust Off.
. Asst. Vice-Pres.
WM. A. DAWSON . • Asst. Vice-Pres.
B. E. MESSICK . . . , . Auditor
W. J. O’TOOLE .... Assi. Cash.
F. W. KRANTZ . Mgr. Foreign Dept.
WM. R. YORKSTON . . Asst. Trust Off.

JOHN J. MULLIGAN ,

.

.

President

57th St. Office

T.G. LINOSTROM • . Assf. Vice-Pres.
LOUIS K. HYDE . . Asst. Vice-Pres.
ALFRED 0. CELLA . . . Asst. Cash.

1,139,160 13,127,150

1,798,530

6,540,670

6,047,060

. Asst. Vice-Pres.
. . Asst. Cash.

OPPO SITE

PAGE

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N. Y.; Corn Ex. N. Bk. & Tr., Phil.

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SEE A OVER TISE MENT

Peoples Office*

ALEXANDER DONNAN
MORRIS ABISCH .

2,250,000

Bids —Offerings—Appraisals—Information

NEW YORK. N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

1 i co
1-i.JO

•Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State fPriv.
$Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Bes.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Other
Paid-up Subplus
Total
Liabili­
and
Capital Profits Deposits
ties

Officers

Federal Reserve City No 2.

Resources.

Liabilities.
Loans
and

Bonds
AND

Mwcii/-

Oaih ft Kx-

LANIOUB

CHAHOM'Dua
raoM Baku

Discounts Sbcuhitihs Rusoubcbs

Principal Correspondents.
In aU the principal cities of the World.

s
s
s
s
5
$
$
S
27.500,000 24,380,510 237 308 560 49,245,770 184 390 430 75,088,790 33,995,310 44,354,300
DIRECTORS
EDWIN J. BEINECKE

President, Sperry & Hutchinson Co.

OFFICES

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS

Manufacturers
Trust
Company

HARVEY D. GIBSON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -.............. President
HENRY C. VON ELM.............................. -......... ..Vice-Chairman
JAMES H.SGONROY....... -............. . Executive Vice-President

MANHATTAN

CLEAVELAND V. CHILDS-—...... -............. ..Vice-President
LOUIS P. CHRISTENSON. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vice-President

55 Broad Street, corner Beaver Street
681 Eighth Ave., corner 43rd Street
139 Broadway, at Cedar Street
190 Bowery, corner Spring Street
513 Fifth Ave., corner 43rd Street
711 Lexington Ave., near 57fh Street
481 Eighth Ave., corner 34th Street
55 Avenue B, corner 4th Street
385 Fourth Ave., corner 27th Street

CHARLES M. CLOSE-........ -. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...Secretary

407 Broadway, near Canal Street

1513 First Ave., corner 79th Street

1511 Third Ave., corner 85th Street

3569 Broadway, corner 146th Street

1819 Broadway, at Columbus Circle

376 Grand Street, near Norfolk Street

CHARLES C. CLOUGH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Comptroller
A. c. FALCONER..................
Vice-President
J. LAWRENCE GILSON. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vice-President
ISAAC B. HOPPER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vice-President
DANIEL LIPSKY_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Vice-President
JOHN T. MADDEN....... . . . . . . .
...Vice-President

131 E. 23rd St., corner Lexington Ave. 1400 Fifth Ave., corner 115th Street
111 Essex Street, near Delancey Street
498 Seventh Ave., corner 37th Street
44 Union Square East, corner 17th St.
339 Fifth Ave., corner 33rd Street

MAYNARDS. BIRD
New York

FREDERICK BROWN
Beal Estate

JAMES H. CONROY

Executive Vice-President

CARLE C.CONWAY

„

25

1dB©T*t§’05

President, Railway Exp. Agency, Inc.

,

.

HORACE C. FLANIGAN „

.

„

A, B. A. Transit No,
New______1-128
Old.......... . 1-357

President, Adams-Flamgan Company

CHARLESFR0EB

„ .

President

JOHN L. JOHNSTON

„

President, Lambert Company

NATHANS. JONAS
New York

BRONX

822 E. Tremont Ave., nr. Marmion Ave.

RALPH JONAS
New York

WILLIAM L. SCHNEIDER-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President
FREDERICK K. TEIPEL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President

1042 Westchester Ave., cor. So. Blvd. 1536 Westchester Ave.,
3015 Third Ave., corner 155th Street
c«r. Boynton Ave.

S. B. KRAUS

2487 Grand Concourse, nr. Fordham Rd. 3408 Jerome Ave., nr. 208th Street

DANIEL J. LEARY

BROOKLYN

Vice-President

Investment Department

F. W. BRUGHHAUSER, Vice- Pres, (Supervising Officer)

C.L. JONES

Director, Vacuum Oil Company
New York

Lumber

84 Broadway, corner Berry Street

LINDLEY C. MORTON

225 Havemeyer Street, nr. Broadway

5922 Eighteenth Ave., cor. 60th Street

MAURICE NEWTON

819 Grand St, cor. Bushwick Avenue

55 Broad Street

207 Fifth Ave., corner Union Street

45 Willoughby St., cor. Jay St.

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LINCOLN JOHNSON........... — _ _ _ A ssistant to the President
CHARLES SOMLO........... -. . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ Vice-President
ANDREW L. GOMORY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Vice-President

JOHN P. MAGUIRE

1455 St. Johns Place, nr. Utica Avenue

190 Joralemon St., nr. Court Street
1641 Eastern Parkway,
cor. Hopkinson Avenue

1144 Flatbush Ave., cor. Dorchester Rd.

„

„

President, Textile Banking Co,
Birminghamt Ala,
Hallgarten & Company

C R PALMER

* President, Cluett, Peabody & Co., In *

HAROLD C. RICHARD

„

.

Chairman, Finance Committee

1550 Flatbush Ave., near Nostrand Ave.

WALTER E. SACHS , „

1797 Pitkin Ave., cor. Stone Avenue

1987 Flatbush Ave., cor. Flatlands Ave.

HAROLD V. SMITH

60 Graham Ave., cor. Varet Street

1709 Kings Highway near E. 17th St.

799 Blake Ave., cor. Van Siclen Avenue 240 Flushing Ave., near Hale St.

. , „

President, National Dairy Products Coip.

4901 Thirteenth'Ave., cor. 49th Street

Main Office

„

President, Blaw-Knox Company

THOMAS H. MclNNERNEY .

774 Broadway, corner Sumner Avenue

2701 Mermaid Ave., cor. 27th Street,
Coney Island

DARRAGH A. PARK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -...... Vice-President

„ ,

President, Lincoln Savings Bank

HARVEY D. GIBSON

801 Westchester Ave., cor. 158th St.

WALTER MCMEEKAN -. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

„

President, Spicer Manufacturing Co.

JOSEPH L. MORRIS....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President

Trust Department

,

CHARLES A. DANA

ALBERT C. LEHMAN
% par

„

Chairman, Continental Can Co,

ROBERT E.M.C0WIE ^

Goldman, Sachs & Co,

r

Vice-President, Home Insurance Co.

ARTHUR S. S0MERSr

,

„

President, Fred L. Lavanburg Co.

HENRY C. VON ELM
Vice-Chairman

QUEENS

SIDNEY J. WEINBERG

Goldman, Sachs & Co.

55-60 Myrtle Ave., cor. Cypress Street, Ridgewood
31-24 Steinway St., nr. Broadway, Long Island City

AUGUST ZINSSER

,

.

President, Central Savings Bank

Number under Name of Bank is tbe New Transit Number glvon
1 1
t0 each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Kand-McNalty Bankers’
lljy Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
•Mem.A.B.A.WNew § State tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-8afeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div

president.

Vice-President.

NEW YORK CITY- Central Reserve City—Cont’d
(Borough of Manhattan)
Liabilities.

CASHIER.

Ars’t Cashier.

Othir
Paid-up Surplus
Total
AND
Capital Profits Deposits Liabili­
ties

P. W. Barthman
Maiden Lane Savings Bank
(1 Branch)
4%
1-228
d®«t§’03
(170 Broadway)

$

I. W. Cokefair----- J. Heynen, Sec........ Wm. Hiepe, A. Sec
J. Heynen
Janies G . Purdy

‘MARINE
MIDLAND
TRUST COMPANY

ERNEST—

8;

JAMES G. BLAINE. * W. H. JAqUITH^

A.W.MELLEN
H. G. STENERSEN

OF NEW YORK

H. A. MISKIMIN. Sec. Asst. Treasurers
P. A. DELANEY
C. SMITH.
A. M. R. HUGHES
C. LOEDE.
Asst. Secretaries H. 0. METZGER
C. S.PHARIS
G. C. TEXTOR
LAWRENCE WILKIN-

Asst. V. P.

1.748,330

288,350

1,834,790

54,535,390 24,604,710 13,251,710 15,143,670 Correspondents in all principal Cities of the

$10 000 000

World.

DIRECTORS
S. H. Knox
Arthur Lehman
F. A. McKowne
J. Lester Parsons
Charles S. Payson
B. F. Pope
G. F. Band
F. R, Bussell
J. F. Schoellkopf, Jr.
P. A, Schoellkopf
Eustace Seligman
Ernest Stauffen, Jr.
George B. St. George
Hampden E. Tener
J. Spencer Weed
B. B. White

Francis J. Arend
Frederick Beers
James G, Blaine
E. H. Boles
Samuel S, Conover
W. P. Cooke
J. M. Davis
Allison Dodd
Frederick T. Fisher
John A. Forster
Morton H. Fry
Wm, M. Hager
Charles D. miles
Ford Huntington
Frank A. Ketcham

mm

Cable Address “Marmidtrus"
(120 Broadway)

21,709.420 13,300,950

372,540 $

Banking Offices
MAIN OFFICE,* 130 Broadway
COAL AND IBON OFFICE,. Liberty at West St.
CHAMBERS ST. OFFICE,* Chambers at West
Broadway
WHITEHALL OFFICE,* 17 Battery Place.
WILLIAM ST. OFFICE,* William at John St.
FOBTY-FIFTH ST. OFFICE,* 13 East 45th St.

M. Berardini State Bank®*5’16 Philip Berardini... Michael Berardini. Michael Berardini. A. A. Chianese___
Y. E. Tozzi
Chas. I. Conklin,
1-883 (34 Mulberry)

150,000

737.200

2,094,770

122.180

799,560

1.595.140

338,770

STILLMAN...
"MERCANTILE BANK J.H. E.M. BRULATOUR,
& TRUST CO.

900,000

608,510 7,262,850

87,690

2.211,470

1,202,780

287,810 5,156,990

Sec.

WILLIAM A. L0BB... HARRY S- GROH.

Sec■ and Tr•

Ch, of Bd.

♦

1-791
(520 8th Ave.)

Emil Stellwagen ..

400,000

R. D. Andrews___ A. H. Sands______ F. H. Moffet,
Metropolitan Savings Bank
V. P. and Sec.
Thomas Darlington
1-183
®»t§’52
(1 Third Ave.)

Midtown Bank of New York__ ( Voluntary liquidali on Effective August 4, 1931.

National Bank of Yorkville O. E. Chalmers.
in New York........ .........d®’26
1-763 (207 E- 86th)

172,000

1,550,000

3,701,840 29,583,810

Business turned over to Manu facturers

Morris Plan Co. of New York A. J. Morris______ W.D. McLean, Exec. F. C. Speer,
H. B. Jackson,
V. P. and Tr.
V. P. and Sec.
t«o-s%
1-750
- 14 G. F. Canfield.P.P. J. B. Morris,
V. P. and Compt, H. H. Kissam,
G. J. Schutz, V. P.
par 25
( 33 W. 42nd)
B. F. Boos. A.V.P.
(12 Branches•)
R.H. Riddleberger, A. S. and Solicitor E. C. Merkert,
V. P. and Solicitor
A. Tr. and Auditor

$75 par 100

370,680 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Guaranty Tr.
and Chase N., N. Y.

BRAN CHES.
*48th Street and Seventh Avenue
(*Open every business day from 9 A. M. until 10:30 P. M.)
Seventh Avenue and 135th Street
Madison Avenue and 109th Street Third Ave. near Claremont Parkway

i

Merchants Bank.......... B®*§’26 J. L. Markel_____ M. M. Teicher,
Howard Markel
Exec. V, P,
M. L. Abrahams,
too par 100 ♦ 1-679
V. P, Julius Blumberg
(93 Canal)

Principal Correspondents.

(Bds. and
Mtgs.)

MERVIN W. BRICKER
LEROY S. CLARK „
EDW.A.DANNENBERG
ARTHUR L. McKENNA
*HDBEW EW.L rWIeY

GUSTAVE DRESCHER.

(Member Marine Midland
Group)
10% par 20 ♦ 1-108 dB©T*t§'07

351,100

N. Y. Clearing House Assn. Members shown by *
Affiliated banks by +

Miscel­
BONDS
Loans
Cash A ExAND
laneous
CHamoks, Dus
and
Discounts Securities Resources from Banks

$ 3.806.040 S 1,475,000 $

602,860 $ 5,339,080

3,095,230 35,147,170 S

S.A.Swart, A.S...
Manhattan Savings Institution Arthur Stiles____ T. E. Love joy_____ David Sands.
H. S. Stiles.
V, P. and Sec. W. H. Guilfoy, Jr.
<%
(154 E. 86th)
A.S,
V.
P,
and
Cont,
1-181 (644 Broadway)__®»J§’50
H.J. Molloy. A.S.
O. T. Madsen, A.S
MANUFACTURERS TRUST CO (See page 1158)

Federal Reserve City No. 2

Resources.

Wm. Hagedorn ___ Gilbert C. Freeauf H. D. Raasch_____
Geo. S. Runk
Sidney Worms

2.000.000

500.000

624,000

34,000

23,260 20,006,980 11,466,480

1,104,290

69,000

1.178,000

(Bds. and
Mtgs.)

335,000 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

731,160

Trust Co. )
1,499,000 26,933,000 13,990,000 27,190.000
(Inv. Cert *.)

249,550

2,591,700

125,560

1.694,740

7,153,000

6,860,000

919,090

221,410

3,219,000 Three offices in Brooklyn.

Six offices in Manhattan.
Two offices in Bronx,
One office in Westchester.

631,560 Chase N., N. Y.

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NEW YORK. N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

1160

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by Tlie Rand-MeNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

THE
NATIONAL
CITY BANK
OF
NEW YORK

List

of

Paid-dp Surplus
AND
Capital
Profits

Officers.

Chairman: CHARLES E. MITCHELL
President: GORDON S. RENTSCHLER
Senior Vice-President: WILLIAM A. SIMONSON
Vice-President and Manager Overseas Division: JOSEPH H.
Vice-Presidents

EDWARD F. BARRETT
WM. GAGE BRADY ,JR.
GEORGE 0. BUCKLEY
GORDON J. CAMPBELL
HERMAN J. COOK
JOSEPH T. COSBY
DeWITT A. FORWARD
GEORGE W. FRAKER

JAMES L. HARRISON
BOIES C. HART
HARRY E. HENNEMAN
WILLIAM W. HOFFMAN
HORACE F. HOWLAND
ALLEN G. HOYT
JAMES A. JACKSON
WILLIAM S. LAMBIE

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Liabili­

S

I

ties

Loans
AND

Bonds

Miscel­

and

laneous

Discounts SECURITIES Rbsoubces

$

Cash b Ex­
changes,Dus
from Banks

Cashier:

t

DIRECTORS

DURRELL
’Figures as of June 30, 1931

WILLIAM J. NOONAN
JAMES B. PIKE
THOMAS A. REYNOLDS
GEORGE E. ROBERTS
HOWARD C. SHEPERD
DOUGLASS B. SIMONSON
ROGER STEFFAN
JACOB WOHNSIEDLER

HUGH B. BAKER
SOSTHENES BEHN
CURTIS E. CALDER
FLOYD L. CARLISLE

Assistant Vice-Presidents

WALTER BROWN
ROWLAND R. HUGHES

LOUIS NAETZKER
D. JOSEPH PALMER
WILLIAM G.F. PRICE
EDWARD F. REGAN
LEO N. SHAW
CHARLES V. SHEEHAN
ARTHUR C. SHOREY
ROBERT E. SHOTWELL
WILBERT WARD
PERCY WEST
HORACE 0. WESTMEN
GEORGE WHITLOCK
MURRAYS. WILSON
JOHN F. YOUNG

JAMES A. MACKAY
FRANK E. RASMUSSEN

Assistant Cashiers

HALSEY G. BECHTEL
ARTHUR V. BENNETT
ERNEST C. B0GERT
ERNEST L. BRIGHAM
WALTER J. BR0THERT0N
EVERETT W. BROWN
ARTHUR C. CHADB0URNE
LEWIS S. CLAPP
CHARLES H. CLARK
DUDLEY DILLON
DUNCAN DUNBAR
HAROLD A. DWYER
MARCUS H. ELLIOTT
RICHARD W. FOOTE
REGINALD G. FRANCKLYN
GEORGE GRISWOLD
GEORGE A.GUERDAN
HARRY 0.HALL

GUY CARY

LEE E. OLWELL
NATHAN C. LENFESTEY

W. N. FULKERSON
CHARLES C. HILLIARD
WALTER J. HOFFMAN
F. JOSEPH H0LLERAN
VINCENT DEP.JAMME
HENRY A. K0ELSCH, JR.
GEORGE A. KURZ
BURNESS KYDD
HILARY W. LUCKE
REGINALD H. MARLOW
JAMES C. MARTINE
HOBART M. MCPHERSON
IRVING H. MEEHAN
WILLIAM T. MORAN
WILLIAM R. MORRISON

ABRAM V. HAVENS
HAROLD R. HAYES
EDWARD P. HOFFMAN
JOHN L. H0GEB00M
HAROLD H.HOLLINGSHEAD
GUY HOLMAN
JOHN H. H0VERMAN
HARRY W. JONES
PERRY W. JONES
MATTHEW J. KELSH
GEORGE A. KING, JR.
J. EVERETT KOOP
F. WALDO LATSON
JAMES B. LITTLE
ROBERT H. MATSON
GEOFFREY C. MAY
WARD MILLER
JAMES J. MULHEARN

N. Y. Clearing House Assn. Members shown by*
Affiliated Bks. by +

110 000 000 115769140 1460 557 030 286814420 1003815600 358403560 245598 470 365322060

Assistant Comptrollers

CORRESPOND­
ENTS IN ALL
PARTS OF THE
WORLD

S

Other

Total
Deposits

Vice-President and Executive Assistant

DANIEL C. BORDEN

CHARLES T. AYLES
KENNETH W. BANTA
1-8
®»tl812 JAMES B. BIRMINGHAM
DONALD MC K. BL0DGET
CHARLESD. BOWSER
HUGH BROOKS
FARRIS CAMPBELL
THOMAS J. C0NNELLAN
HE4D OFFICE
JOHN L. CURTIS
CHASE L. DAY
55 WALL STREET
A. VICTOR EDWARDS
NEW YORK CITY
CHARLES W. FERRIS
ROBERTF0RGAN
JAMES M. FRASER
DANIEL A. FREEMAN, JR.

Eighty-eight
Branches in
Twenty-two
Foreign Countries

’Resources

^Liabilities

•Mem.A.B.A.^NewlStatetPrir.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Federal Reserve City No. 2

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d

ALFRED MULLEN
FRANCIS W. MYERS
WILLIAM A. NEEREAMER
GEORGE F. NOLTE
HAROLD W. OSTERHOUT
EDWARD L. PIERCE
THOMAS A. RAVE
GEO
F. ROBERTSON
JAMES S. ROCKEFELLER
LEO. J. SCHOENHOFF
VICTOR F. SCHROETER
JOHN E. SHEA
WILLIAM J.SIEMON
WALTER G. SPEER
WM. F. SWITZLER
FREDERICK A. TURCOTTE
JAMES WALLACE
FREDERICK C. WINDISCH

Statistician

A ssislant Statistician

GEORGE B. ROBERTS

ALAN H. TEMPLE

EDWARD A. DEEDS

The National City Bank of New York is equipped
to supply every banking facility for international
trade. It buys and sells exchange and is pre­
pared to grant commercial letters of credit for
purchases in any part of the world.
The Bank, through its trust affiliate City Bank
Farmers Trust Company, also offers highly de­
veloped trust services for individuals, corpora­
tions, estates, and for insurance companies and
like institutions. It acts as executor and trustee
of estates, trustee under living trusts, custodian
of securities, agent in the management of prop­
erty and as fiscal agent for foreign governments
and foreign corporations.

CLEVELAND E. DODGE
FRED J. FISHER
PHILIP A. S. FRANKLIN
JOHN A. GARVER
JOSEPH P. GRACE
GERRISH H. MILLIKEN
CHARLES E. MITCHELL, Chairman
JAMES H. PERKINS
JAMES H. POST
GORDON S. RENTSCHLER , President
PERCY A. ROCKEFELLER
JOHN 0. RYAN
WILLIAM A. SIMONSON
SAMUEL SLOAN
JAMES A. STILLMAN
ERIC P. SWENSON
GERARD SWOPE
BEEKMAN WINTHR0P

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
I 1 A1 to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
1101 Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d
(Borough of Manhattan)

•Mem.A.B.A.fl'New § State tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sa?.$LastSale%Div.

N. Y. Clearing House Assn. Members Shown by
Affiliated Bks. by +

OFFICERS
MORTIMER N. BUCKNER
Chairman of the Board of Trustees

The
New York
Trust
Company

ARTEMUS L. GATES
President

THE NEW YORK TRUST COMPANY

WILLIAM J. BIRDSALL Asst. Treaa.
Asst. Treas.
HOLT F. CALLAWAY
WILLIAM W. CREHORE, JR Asst. Treas.
Asst. Treas.
MYRON B. GRISWOLD
Asst, Treas,
WILLIAM J. MACKEY
Asst. Treas.
CHARLES J. MASON
Asst. Treas.
OONALC. O'BRIEN
Asst. Treas,
HERBERT J. STROH
Asst. Sec’y
HENRY S. BARTOW
Asst. Sec’y
IRVING L. BENNETT
Asst. Sec’y
CLEVELAND COBB
Asst. Sec’y
CLARENCE E. CURREY
CLINTON 0. MacCONNELL Asst. Sec’y
Asst, Sec’y
RUSSELL P. MERRICK
Asst. Sec’y
MONTROSE STUART
Asst. Sec’y
JOSEPH L. TIGHE
Asst, Sec’y
V. A. WILSON
Asst. Tr. Off,
HARRY B. JOHNSON
JOSEPH A. O’CONNOR Asst. Tr. Off.

LIABILITIES

RESOURCES

Capital...................... $ 13,500,000.00

Cash on Hand, in Fed­
eral Reserve Bank
and due from Banks
and Bankers........ $136,334,953.86
U. S. Government
Securities.............. 54,175,611.43
Other Bonds and Se­
curities................... 44,303,716.77
Loans and Bills Pur­
chased..................... 146,358,371.36
Real Estate, Bonds
and Mortgages ....
4,514.677.58
Customers’ Liability
for Acceptances
and Letters of
Credit..................... 33,833,953.49
Accrued Interest and
Other Resources ..
1,791,356.99
$410,313,539.47

Surplus.....................

30,000,000.00

Undivided Profits ...

5,643,994.38

Outstanding Checks. 38,146,567.87
Dividend Payable
June 30, 1931 .........

635,003.00

Acceptances and Let­
ters of Credit........ 33,639,338.78
Reserve for Taxes,
Interest, etc............

4,336,358.81

8410,313,539.47

COMMERCIAL BANKING.

FOREIGN BANKING.

CORPORATE AND PERSONAL TRUSTS.

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Fortieth Street Office
LOUIS STEWART, JR.
JAMES McC. LAW
WILLIS MCDONALD, 3rd

Vice-President
Assistant Treasurer
Assistant Treasurer

Fifth Avenue Office
CHARLES P. LUCKEY Assistant Vice-President
ARTHUR W. W. LAWLESS
Assistant Secretary
RUSSELL V. WORSTELL
Assistant Secretary
J. C. 0RR| 2nd
Assistant Trust Officer

Correspondent*. In All
Principal Cities of the World.

June 30, 1931

Deposits...................... 385,431,379.63

JOHN E. BIERWIRTH
Vice-Pres.
BOYD G. CURTS
Vice-Pres.
A. C. DOWNING
Vice-Pres.
CLARENGE E. HUNTER
Vice-Pres.
JOSEPH S. MAXWELL
Vice-Pres.
JOHN MURRAY MITCHELL Vice-Pres.
HERBERT W. MORSE
Vice-Pres.
SIDNEY W. NOYES
Vice-Pres.
FREDERICK W. WALZ
Vice-Pres.
*305
1-114
ldB®T»tS'8S RAYMOND G. FORBES
Treasurer
20% par 25
M. de F. LOCKWOOD, JR.
Secretary
NELSON S. DEARMONT Asst. Vice-Pres.
MAIN OFFICE
ERIC J. GLUCKSTADT Asst. Vice-Pres.
THEODORE C. HOVEY Asst. Vice-Pres,
100 Broadway
Vice-Pres.
C. J. STEWART
Asst, to the Pres.
BERT CLARK
Asst, to the Pres.
H. T. HAMILTON
Comptroller
DAVID GRAHAM
40th STREET OFFICE
Trust Officer
GEORGE MUNSICK
10th St. and Madison Ave. GEO.BERTRAND PAULL
Trust Officer
Trust Officer
SIDNEY B. SILLECK

th Avenue and 57th Street

Federal Reserve City No. 2

Legal Depository for Reserve of State Banks.
Interest allowed.
Designated Depository of Funds in Bankruptcy and
of Court and Trust Funds.
Acts as Registrar and Transfer Agent for the Bonds
and Stocks of Corporations.
Member Federal Reserve System and New York
Clearing House Association.

TRUSTEES

MAGOLM P. ALDRICH
FREDERIC W. ALLEN
ARTHUR M. ANDERSON
MORTIMER N. BUCKNER
JAMES C. COLGATE
ALFRED A. COOK
WILLIAM F. CUTLER
FRANCIS B. DAVIS, JR.
HARRY P. DAVISON
GEORGE DOUBLEDAY
RUSSELL H. DUNHAM
SAMUEL H. FISHER
JOHN A. GARVER
ARTEMUS L. GATES
HARVEY 0. GIBSON
CHARLES HAYDEN
F. N. HOFFSTOT
WALTER JENNINGS
DARWIN P. KINGSLEY
EDWARD E. LOOMIS
ROBERT A. LOVETT
HOWARD W. MAXWELl
GRAYSON M.-P. MURPHY
HARRY T. PETERS
DEAN SAGE
LOUIS STEWART, SR.
VANDERBILT WEBB

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to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

•Mem. A.B. A. "New § State tPriv.
(Mem. State B. Ass’n.
[Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sar.$LastSale%Div.

THE NATIONAL
SAFETY BANK &
TRUST COMPANY
par 25

President.

Vice-President.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d

(Borough of Manhattan)
Liabilities.
ASS’T CASHIER. Paid-up Surplus
Total
AND
Capital Profits Deposits

Cashier.

1,428,600
JUotrn J. UAun------

v. o. BLnnol11N----- 1

CHARLES RICHTER
M I. SP.HNFinFR
O. L. intlltn

Other
Liabili­

5,019,850 $

ties

Loans
and

Dibcountb

Resources.
MibcelBonds
LANIOUB
and
Sbcubitiss Rbboubcbb

641,920 $ 4,537,040 $ 1,162,110 $

Federal Reserve City No. 2.
iT
Affiliated banks by +

Gash k Ex­
change,
from Banks

Du*

Principal Correspondents.

744,230 $ 1,379,010 Chase
<

N., N. Y.

UutnL J. mCrAn 1-

J. oIhLtn* Jn.»

LAND
A. V.P. and Cash.
HERMAN6REENBER6, REUBEN E. BACH
A- vIRVING TAUSCHER
-_N| - npllnrp
A. V. P.

OF NEW YORK

732,020

|

1-7 7 4
d©T’29
(1384 Broadway)

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Joseph J. Bach
Reuben E. Bach
Herman A. Benjamin
A. S. Bernstein
Fred Finkelstein
David S. Galton

Nat Garfinkel
Charles N. Meltsner
Morris Metzger
Charles Richter
Elias Salwen

i

Ira A. Schiller
Max J. Schneider
S. L. Thenen
Michael Tuch
Aaron Turkewich

*

-Borough of Bronx.

J
1

(Formerly Lefcourt National
Bank & Trust Co.)

New York Savings Bank ®t§’54 W. G. Green---------1-185
WilliamFelsinger, Wm. W. Hall
*125 (Eighth Ave, and 14th)
Ch. C. L. Blakelock

Robt. Hurt, Tr....
J. D. Humphryes, Louis Walther, Jr.,

11,513,630 72,160,070

110,000

50,908,760 28,810,190

998,390

3,066,350

R. H. Macdonald .. H. F. Dietman, Tr.
P. R. Haulenbeek, H. H. Peden, A.Sec.
G. T. Connett

3,700,810 33,004,390

16,000

22,996,250 10,303,550

1,139,620

2,281,770

A. Sec.

A. Tr.

*THE NEW YORK TRUST CO. SEE PAGE 1161.
North River Savings Bank
1-192
®:
(206-212 West 34th)

Charles Rohe.......

Park Row Trust Co..

(See Broadway & P laza Trust Co.)

Co.. N. Y.

1,000.000

Pennsylvania Exchange Bank Milton Collier------- T, W, Miller
1-320
dB©*t§’2 Morris Gintzler.CA. A. F. Kaufhold
(322 8th Ave.)

par 100

Plaza Trust Company.

(See Broadway & P laza Trust Co.)

Prisco State Bank.

(Closed July 28, 193 1)

•

273.900

2,560,260

68,080

2,702,790

fKHML BANK &

1-692
(82 Cortlandt)

Roland Kuss

145,570

554,220

(

'

>
Frank Sakser, Jr.__

par 100

499,660

Kovno, Lithuania; Bk. of Montreal, Montreal.

(SEEFOLLOWIN G PAGE)

PUBLIC NA

100.000

100,420

1,210,060

62,930

101,960

1,201,490

63,100

77,321,360 43,789,710

5,385,940

106,850 N. Y. Tr. Co. and Gty. Tr. Co„ N. Y.

Frank Lupsha, Sec.

(See J. Henry Schr oder Banking Corpo ration)

lATIONi
Seamen's Bank for Savings
1-172
d®»}§
4
(74 Wall)

]

A. Tr.

^

R.

Hi

Stev6r_____

Thayer, Tr... E. R. Jacobs, Sec...
H.W.Phillips.A.JV. G, P. Montgomery,
Dep. Comptroller
E. R. Jacobs, Compt,

Geo. F. Crane___ T. C.
Samuel Sloan

i (Voluntary liquidati on effective May 5, 1 931.

16,534,170 115 50189C

5,539,050

Taken over byi Bank of Manhattan Trust Co. May 21, 1 931 and o%i erated as b ranches)

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MUNICIPAL and LAND BANK BONDS
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N.Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON. Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO. III., 120 South La Salle St.

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eaG/1 bank in U- S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

•Mem.A.B.A.^New §S'tate fPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Es'tab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sar.$LastSaIe%Dlv.

THE
PUBLIC
NATIONAL
BANK
AND
TRUST
COMPANY
OF
NEW YORK
1-127 dB©T»t’08
16% par 25

MAIN OFFICE
76 WILLIAM STREET

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Officers

E. CHESTER GERSTEN •
L.J. MURPHY SAMUEL PALLEY
LEO B. PULLMAN
GEORGE T. SCHERZINGER
R. L. EPPLE
ROGER TOPP

and

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d

Directors

PRESIDENT
VICE-PRES. & CASHIER
VICE-PRESIDENT
VICE-PRESIDENT
VICE-PRESIDENT
•
VICE-PRESIDENT
VICE-PRESIDENT

JAMES F. FARRELL, Comptroller
ASSISTANT

VICE-PRESIDENTS

Philetus Alliger
William Hershman
Hugh A. Duncan
Morris Meltsner
Louis E. Goldstein
Julian C. Ruben
Benjamin P. Schoenfein
ASSISTANT CASHIERS

Cornelius J. Donovan
Irving Jarchin
Jacob Kabak
Anna Nathanson
Morris Parker

Henry S. Sanders
William J. Sheehan
Joseph Singer
James J. Slattery
Frank Waite

FOREIGN DEPARTMENT

M. F. HARNETT C. F. STONITSCH

Assistant Manager
Assistant Manager

(Borough of Manhattan)

STATEMENT AS OF JUNE 30, 1931

THE PUBLIC NATIONAL BANK
AND TRUST GO., OF NEW YORK
LIABILITIES
Capital.........................................$ 8,250,000.00
Surplus........................................ 12,650,000.00
Undivided Profits.................... 1,223,292.74 $ 22,123,292.74
Dividend Payable, July 1, 1931..........................
330,000.00
Unearned Discount................................................
145,024.23
Reserved for Interest, Taxes and Other
Purposes.................................................................
944,711.20
Currency Circulation............................................
5,000,000.00
Acceptances Outstanding including Domes­
tic and Foreign Acceptances sold with our
Endorsement...........................
15,464,989.50
Other Liabilities......................................................
5,455.17
Deposits...................................................................... 102,615,790.96
$146,629,263.80

DIRECTORS
NELSON I. ASIEL
WALTER E. MEYER
ALFRED C. BEROLZHEIMER
HENRY L. MOSES
MOTTY EITINGON
ELTON PARKS
E. CHESTER GERSTEN
ALFRED S. ROSSIN
WILLIAM S. HERNON
HENRY B. SINGER
JACOB SPERBER

ACCOUNTS OF BANKS AND BANKERS,
CORPORATIONS, FIRMS AND
INDIVIDUALS INVITED
COMPLETE BANKING & TRUST FACILITIES
ARE AT YOUR DISPOSAL

Federal Reserve City No. 2.
Branch Offices

MANHATTAN
Broadway and 25th St.
Delancey and Ludlow Sts.
158 Blvington St.
177 East Broadway
Avenue C and 7th St.
Broadway and 91th St.
102d St. and Madison Ave.
Madison Ave. and 116th St.
Broadway and 160th St.
BRONX
Willis Ave. and 138th St.
119th St. and Prospect Ave.
982-981 Southern Boulevard
Prospect Ave. and 163d St.
1153 Boston Road
169th St. and Morris Ave.
3855 Third Avenue
Featherbed Lane & Nelson Ave.
180th St. & Crotona Parkway
Burnside and Davidson Aves.
201th St. and Decatur Ave.
161st St. and Gerard Ave.
West Kingsbridge Road and
Davidson Ave.

U. S. Government Obligations.........................

21,165,467.51

State, Municipal and Corporate Bonds........
Federal Reserve Bank Stock..............................

28,989,339.38
627,000.00

BROOKLYN
Pitkin Ave. and Watkins St.
Graham Ave. and Varet St.
86th St. and 21st Ave.
Grand and Havemeyer Sts.
1368 St. Johns Place
DeKalb and Sumner Aves.
571-576 Sutter Ave.
Pitkin and Montauk Aves.
13th Ave. and 13d St.

Loans and Discounts including Acceptances
of other Banks....................................................

55,327,476.11

CONEY ISLAND
Mermaid Ave. and 21st St.

Customers Liability under Acceptances....
Banking Houses.......................................................
Due from U. S. Treasurer...................................
Accrued Interest Receivable..............................
Other Assets.............................................................

8,180,567.96
2,579,052.71
250,000.00
609,154.14
87,242.99

RESOURCES
Cash and due from Banks..................................$ 28,813,963.00

$146,629,263.80

QUEENS
Northern Blvd. and 85th St.

Correspondents In the Principal Cities or
the United States and Foreign Countries.

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t0 each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-MeNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

•Mem. A.B.A. nNew JState tkrir.
tMem. State B. An’n. [Eetah.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond

President.

Vice-President.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d

Cashier.

Aaa’T Cashier.

d-SafeDep.®SaT.$LaatSale%Div.

STERLING
NATIONAL BANK
& TRUST GO.

Liabilities.
Total
Paid-up Surplus
and
Capital Profits Daroara

Othbb
Liabili­

loans

AND

ties

Resources.
MhoilBond*

>

Oiatli111 —■,!>»» Saotmmn Itaauumuaa iinluu
and

LAlfBOtn

Affiliated Banks by +
Principal correspondents.

JOSEPH PULVERWALTER G. FEI
WALTER 8. FERENS- H. N. HERRER, Jr.— $ 1.566.060 $ 1,609,490 $ 9,310,650 $ 646,700 $ 5,959,690 $ 4,632,520 S 577,420 % 1,897,200 i
MAGHER
--------Manufacturers Trust Company.
H GOLDING.
Asst.Vice Presidents
Tr. Off.
DIRECTORS
Ch o/Bd IRAS. ATKINS
c’1 • F. X. McKEONE
Frank J. Murray
Samuel H. Golding
Oscar Abel
GEO. PANKIN
A. L. Nieman
Morris W. Haft
Joseph G. Abramson
L. D. STERLING
Sydney T. Perrin
Abraham Bricken
Abraham Del Monte
Walter G. Ferens
Joseph Glass

OF NEW YORK

par 25

1-777
dR©T»t’29
(42nd St. at Lexington Ave.)
(Broadway at 39th St.*)

STRAUS NATIONAL C.HOWARD MARBANK AND TRUST
COMPANY OF N.Y.

FIELD

2,000,006

NICHOLAS ROBERTS W. L. CLOW--------- J. J. ROBERTSH. C. THOMPSON.
Tr. Off.
THEOBARTHEN.

1-776
*'28
(565 Fifth Ave. at 46th St.)
(Strans Building)

Times Square Trust Co,.

Federal Reserve City No. 2.

(Borough of Manhattan)

Michael Hollander
Henry Homes
Julius Klorfeln
Irving I. Lewine
Isaac Liberman

574,940 12,020.900

419,640

6,310,100

Joseph Pulvermacher
Peter M. Speer
Harry Thoens
George J. Wise

Harry R. Amott
Edgar B. Bernhard
Francis D. Hlgson

Asst Tr. Off,

H. V. WILLIAMS.

Asst. Tr. Off.

5,962,450 Guaranty Trust Co.______________________ NewYork
Chase National Bank ______
New York
Manufacturers Trust Co._________________ NewYork
Straus National Bank & Trust Co.____Chicago
Corn Exchange Nat’l Bank & Tr. Co.
Philadelphia
C. Howard Marfleld
Nicholas Roberts
S. J. T. Straus

2,688,990

DIRECTORS

Asst. Tr. Off.

E. S. Mac NEILL. _

.New York
.New York
.New York

Nicholas R. Jones
John L. Laun
Fred T. Ley

53,940

( Closed for liquidate on August 5, 1931)

10,060.000 24,860,840 45,398,920 1,791,190 44.005,840 19,052,740 8,134,320 10,858,050 Corn Exchange Bank & Trust Co., New York.
f. CONDIT, Exec.. L. H. ROCKWELL,Tr IAVID BLANK.
WRAY CLEVELAND
OFFICES
W. HOYT
HORACE ANDERSON.
Long Island
Brooklyn
Manhattan
See.
P. C. ROBERTSON,
F. LAMONT
175 Remsen Street
176 Broadway
Mineola
J. H.PENCHOEN,
P. WOOD IN. V. P..
Asst. Secretaries
Connecting with
6 East 45th Street
Jamaica Branch J. W. SHEPARD.
S. T. KELSEY.
Rlverhead
196 Montague Street
RALPH C. TAYLOR.
JOHN F. KELSEY.
271
West
125th
Street
HOWARD BURDICK,
T. E. PILSW0RTH.
Queens
Staten Island
Tr. Officers
Branx
s A. CLARK.
J. T. EGAN.
. C. A. BALTHAZAR.
160-08 Jamaica Ave.*
Solicitor F. C. HEALY,
RANDALLSALISBURY,
T.
A.
FOSTER,
56 Bay Street,
Jamaica
Asst.
Treasurers
370
East
149th
Street
C. M. GAMBEE,
j. H. LOW,
ALEXANDER S. ROSS.
Bridge Plaza North,*
St. George, S. I.
MORGAN.
Asst. Tr. Officers
Real Estate Officer FRANK E.Comptroller
L. I. City
36% par 20
1-106
T*t§'83 R. A. BURDICK,
Asst,
Vice
Presidents
CHARLES
HOFMANN.
176 Broadway
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FEDERAL LAND BANK BONDS
Bids — Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK. N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O., Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, 111.. 120 South La Salle St.

i 1 cc
-LJ-UJ

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

•Mem. A.B. A^*New {State fPriv.
(Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-8afeDep.®SaT.$LastSale%Div.

President.

Vice-President.

Karl Schenk______ H. L. Schenk ___
Trade Bank of New York
6%
♦
1-662 dB®T«tS’22 Emil Lederer. Ch, R. P. Zobel
par 100 (225 W. S4th 8t.)

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City—Cont’d
(Borough of Manhattan)
Liabilities]

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

JacobSchapiro .... F. G. Langer______ R. B. Smith.
I. R. Waite.A.V.P
par 100
1-315 dB®T*J§’24
C. D. Runyan,
V. P. and Tr. G. A. Schriever,
V. P, and Sec.
(93 Liberty St.)
A. V. P.

UNDERWRITERS
TRUST COMPANY
par 20

1-784

V.P.and Tr.Off.

W. R. SHIPWAY, Tr.. Wm. D. PIKE,
E- J- MORTIMER.
H.J. FUCHS,
A. lr.

Sec...

d®T«t8’29

Other

and

715,940

144,040

Paris and Toronto; Deutsche Bank und DiscontoGesellschaft, Berlin.
1,114,340 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Gty. Tr.. N. Y.; AngloPortuguese Colonial, Lon,; Leading banks all over
the world.

1,675,886

1,446,660

9,354,910

215,220

6,327,750

3,368,160

417,450

2,578,430 Bk. of New York and Tr. Co., Cent.Han.Bk.& Tr
Co., and Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., New York'

A. Tr. Off.

Offices at 111 John St., 1340 S ixth Ave., 880 Prosp ect Ave.
AN

400,000

162,000

97,900,680 50,965,100

3,984,350

6,574,880

4,761,050 29,162,650

24,270

20,715,000 11,160,000

916,850

1,156,120

3,397,720 40,287,030

32,000

28,238,710 13,506,020

933,870

1,038,240

United State* Sav. Bk. _
*H% (606 Madison Ave.) 1-

W. W. Reese.
S. 8. Terry

J. A. Seabore. Tr.. B.O.Leaycraft,/S«e.
W. H. Porter, A.Tr. Elinor M. Kidney,
A. See.

WILLIAMSON PELL.

R.S. OSBORNE,

F.
T. H. WILSON,

V.P.

W. Kauffmann.
A. Sec.

H. L. SMITHERS,
E. B. KNOWLES,
A. G. ATWELL,
H. E. SCHAPER,
H. M. MANSELL,
denU GEO. F. LEE,

*• S- mC V. r. S. L HOLUST^
Aset. Compt, GMOESEOIT^

of New York
1-184 ♦ (45 Wall)
T*«’53
70% par 100

LLOYD A.I. WAUGH
WAI

issi. Cm
Asst.
Compt.

Wm. S. Butler.........
Washington National Bank
V.J. Pere.
par 100
1-783
dR®*’29 Ch. of Bd. and Pree.
(385 5th Ave.)

Omar R. Dedert ...

R. W. Main, Bee...
West Side Savings Bk.. <|>$S’68 0. O. Bigelow------ G. E. Marks______ Wm. V. Hudson,
Tr. F. J. Cassidy, A.See.
0. E. Duross
(6th Ave. and 9th) 1-193

World Exchanae Bank

1,552,940 Guaranty Tr. Co. and Chase N„ N. Y.

6,230

E. M. Townsend... C. A. Trowbridge.. H. R. Brinckerhoff,
Sec.
Bronson Winthrop Irvine Van Zandt,
V. P. and Tr.

Pres.

BANK

420,270

2,805,800
(Due For.

Union Square Sav. Bk. ®»ti*48 F. C. Mills
(20 Union Square) 1-178

WM. M. KINGSLEY.

INDEPE NDENT

Organiz ed to ser ve the In surance and com merclal
cent er of Ne w York City.

17,991,520 141.271,500

UNITED STATES
TRUST CDMPANY

914f710 Chase N. and Mufrs. Tr„ N. Y.; Oesterreichische
Credit Anstalt, Vienna; Barclays Ltd., London,

2,416,330

E.P.Li vines ton, Tr. F. F. Hazard. Sec..
J. W. Lewis, A. Sec.
Edward Miller.
A. Tr. M.Tnccl, A. See.

1st V. P. WM C- LEE(

262,140 $

Principal Correspondents.

77,060

Union Dime Say. Bank®*${’59 Wm. L. DeBost... F. H. Ecker ____
1-187
John Anderson
(6th Ave. and 40th)
E. P. Livingston

Bd.

808,740 $ 4,292.910 $ 1,039.730 $

cbahoii,Ddi
from Baku

3,474,250

W.F. Holt.

SHE»>.

Miscel­
laneous

339,350

Union Banking Corporation
0. Lierense_______
(39 Broadway)
BS’24

E. W.

bonds
and

Siouirmis Resources

500,000

(37 Broadway)

A. F. Le Qost

I
I

374,500 $ 4,666,250 $

Thrift Department
Safe Deposit Vaults

Sec, and Tr.

Loans
Discounts

Federal Reserve City No. 2

N. Y. Clearing House Assn. Members shown by*
Affiliated Banks by +
Oaii k Ex-

660,000 $

DEPARTMENTS
Commercial Banking
Trust Department

T

p^Kt.

H. L. Schenk_____ Herman Klein------- $
L. A. Meyers,
A. V. P.

Trust Co. of North America

C. W. KORELL- - - - - - C. L. DOTY,

Paid-up Sirarnua

Resources.

150,000

1,468,660

92,300

Bks.)

8,000,000 27,805,270 58,711,826

(Bds. &
Mtgs.)

1,927,640 51,153,696 21,406,520

1,996,170 15,888.360
TRUSTEES

This Company acts as executor, administrator, trustee, guardian,
committee, court depositary and In all other recognized trust
capacities.
It receives deposits subject to check and allows Interest on daily
balances.
It holds and manages securities and other property, real and
personal, for estates, corporations and Individuals, and acts as
trustee under corporate mortgages, and as registrar and transfer
agent for corporate bonds and stocks.

500,000

—

FRANK LYMAN
JOHN J. PHELPS
LEWIS CASS LEDYARD
EDWARD W. SHELDON
ARTHUR CURTISS JAMES
WILLIAM M. KINGSLEY
CORNELIUS N. BLISS
WILLIAM VINCENT ASTOR

384,300

163,190

445,030

389,160

164,470

116,355 Chase N..N.Y.

1,803,290 14,079,980

16,200

10,288,300

3,820,270

923,300

867,590

67,520

JOHN SLOANE
FRANK L. POLK
THATCHER M. BROWN
WILLIAMSON PELL
LEWIS CASS LEDYARD,JR.
GEORGE F. BAKER
WILSON M. POWELL
JOHN P. WILSON

(Closed March 20, 1931)

New York Clearing House.— J. E.Reynolds____ Charles W.Weston, C. E. Bacon, Mgr.. E. L. Beck. A. Mgr. (See pag es 92-93 -94 for Number of Natio nal, Stat e and
Sec. Ohas. A. Hanna, C. H. Examiner
Mortimer N. Buck­
Private Banks, Total De posits b y Cities, States, etc.)
(77 Cedar)
ner, Ch.C.H.Com.

(Members indicated by a * Affil iated banks by a +)

j

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Municipal and Land Bank Bonds

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Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information

NEW YORK. N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON. Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Packard Bide.
CINCINNATI. O.. Dixie Terminal Bide•
CHICAGO. III., 120 South La Salle St.

1166

NEW YORK CITY—Continued

FOREIGN BANKING AGENCIES
Name

of

(Head Offices Located In Foreign Countries)

Bank.

•Member American Bankers Association.
^Member State Bankers Association.

SState
tPriv.
Estab.

Location.

Manases

ok

Agent.

Principal Correspondents.
49 Broadway (Agency of London, England)

Branch offices and offices of affiliated institutions

auxiliaries in:
ANGLO-SOUTH AMERICAN BK., Ltd. and
England
Argentine
1-24*

t18

1-298

France
Spain
Mexico

Brazil
Chile
Peru

62-M William St.

BANCA GOMMERGIALE ITALIAN A

Colombia
Ecuador
Uruguay
Venezuela

Bt’18

Wf

ff SANN

fraIcopertusio
1-^72

___ •Jla4-5 526-528 Broadway..

Banco dl Roma .

_
1-884
Representative Office
Banco Nacional de Mexico___
_____
1-771

Guatemala
Salvador
Nicaragua

SIRO FUSI ,Mgr- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [ESCQJAROLI, Deputy Mgr.
..

RanQQ <11 NapoM

New York Clearing House Assn. Members shown by *
Affiliated banks by +

Home Office.

Capital, Authorized and Issued________ £10.000,000 Branches and Correspondents In All the Principal
Commercial Centers of the World.
(Divided into 873466 A shares of £10. each-£5.
paid up)
(Divided into 1265340 B shares of £1. each fully
paid)
Capital, Paid up_____________________ £ 5,632,670 SEE ADT. ON SOUTH AMERICAN INDEX
Reserve Funds______________________ _£ 3,382,410

HEAD OFFICE: LONDON,
ENGLAND
HEAD OFFICE, MILAN, ITALT____________ Over 100 branches in Italy. London. Constantinople. Smyrna,
Capital Lire_______________________ 700.0W,000
Berlin. Affiliated Institutions in Sonth America, France.
Surplus and Profits Lire_________ 580,000,000
Ronmania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Egypt, Austria, Switzerland.
Chechoslovakia, Greece. Jugoslavia, Morocco, Poland, and
New York. Banca Commerciale Italiana Tr. Co., Boston
and Philadelphia. Banca Commerciale Italiana, Milan and
London; Commerz-und-Privat. Berlin; Banque Francaise &
Italienne pour l’Amerique du Sud, Paris.
Correspondents all over the world.

1Sub. Mgre.

J

Francesco Gallo, Asst. Caeh.; Vincenzo Giuliani.

(Bead Office, Naples, Italy).

Agent

15 William St____________ G. Gambatesa, Agent.......... .............

Head Office. Rome. Italy.

J. P. Morgan & Co., Irv. Tr. Co.. Chase N„ and Gty. Tr. Co.,
N.Y.

52 William St------------------ R. Riveroll, Agent______________

Head Office. Mexico City, Mex....................

Gty. Tr. Co., Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., Irv. Tr. Co., and Mait­
land Coppell & Co.. N. Y.; Swiss Bk.Corp., Lon.; Societe
Generale, Paris; Banco Hispano Americano. Madrid.
Agent: International Acceptance Bk. Inc., N. Y.
Branches and agencies throughout Nicaragua.

Capital paid up and Surplus, Lire 256,060

Banco National de Nicaragua, Inc................... —B©T’12 40 Wall St.........................

E. Carazo, Sec. and Representative_

(Head Office: Managua, Nicaragua)_
Paid-up capital $300,000
Surplus
$300,000

Bank of Cantnnr Ltd.

•12 36 Pell St-

W. Dosbim, Agent, G. B. Lau, Sub-Agent.

(Agency of Hone Kong)................—

•00 165 Broadway -

E. Hiyamuta, Agent___________________

(Agency of Bank of Chosen, Seoul, Chosen (Korea, Correspondents in all the principal commercial centers of
Japan)
the world.
Head Office, Tokyo, Japan_____________________

Bank of Chosen.. ___

______

Bank of Japan___________

BANK OF L0NB0N & S0UTH.AMERICA LTD.

120 Broadway
______ ’23 67 Wall St.

+ BANK OF MONTREAL- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ____ *1817

*285-14% par 100

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA-----1-253

Norman F. Waugh. Agent_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
J. Cunningham, Sub Agent

.- dB®*’32 49 Wall.

The Bank of Taiwan, Limited.
1-299

Paris, Belgium, Portugal, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay,
Paraguay and Colombia.

Bk. of Montreal. Chi., San F.; Lon., Eng.; Paris. France'
Agents: W. T. Oliver, P. C. Harrison, and B. P. Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits over
Mexico City. Puebla. Guadalajara. Monterey, Mexico and
$75,000,000
Hungerford.
(Head Office, Montreal, Quebec)
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland.

165 Broadway.

Paid-up Capital $12,000,000.
Reserve Fund $24,006,000

T. Hirano, N, Y. Agent______________________

(Agency. Head Office, Taipeh, Taiwan)

Wall St-------------- ------ J. BONNEWYN. Agent L. AERTS, Sub Agent- - - - - - - - (Filiale de la Societe Oener alt is Belgique)

D2
19 Rector St..

(New York City continued on next page)

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Municipal and Land Bank Bonds
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(General Office, Bk. of N. Y. & Tr. Co.. Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., Gty. Tr. Co..
Toronto)
Bkrs. Tr. Co., and N. City, N. Y.; Lib. N.. Buff.; Midland

P. W. Morphy and F. W. Murray, Agents. . . . . . . . . .

BANQUE BELGE POUR L’ETRANGER is
Banque Commerciale de Bale__________

(Head Office, London, England)_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ... Bk. of Lon. & South America, Ltd.. Lon., and Branches in

: 67 Wall________________ Standard Bank of South Africa. Ltd., Agents _ _ _ (Sydney, Australia)------------------------------------ Bk. of New So. Wales, Sydney, and branches throughout
Capital $37,500,000; Reserve $30,750,000
Australasia and Lon., Ing.
[See Advertisement In Front 8ectlon of Directory.

BARK OF NEW SOBTH WHALES- - - - - - - - -

*314 -16% par 100

64 Wall____

1-251

T. Kawakita, Agent____________________

Chase N., N. Y.

Charles E. Berthoud, Representative_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Bk. Ltd., Royal Bk. of Scotland, and Bank of Eng., London.
In all principal cities and towns throughout the world.

Branches In London, Paris, and China. Allied Banks,
(HEADOFFICE- BRUSSELS, BELGIUM)
Austria, Egypt, Italy, Roumanla, Czechoslovakia,
Capital 200.100,600 Francs. Reserves, 130,000,000
Francs Hungary, Jugoslavia, Bulgaria, Poland, Spain, and
Morocco.
[Basle, Switzerland)_ _ _ _ _ _ _
[Branches, Zurich, Geneva)

Municipal and State Bonds
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

N. City, Irv. Tr. Co., and Chase N.. N. Y.

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O., Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

1167

NEW YORK CITY—Continued

FOREIGN BANKING AGENCIES—Continued

NA'IK op Ba-jk
•Member American Bankers Association.
tMember State Bankers Association.

e
.

BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINIO
COLONIAL & OVERSEAS)

1
6

Location.

.

44 Bearer ..

Manager

or

Agent

Home Office.

____ C. C. GEORGE- Agent....
34.877.500
24.877.500
8,250,000

Sec Advertisement on Back of Africa Map.

1-257

Barclays Bank Limited.......................... .
(Representative Office)

48 Wall____

1-254

Atty. Bank of Now York ft Tr. Go., N* Y„__

Bk. of N. Y. & Tr. Co., N. Y.: Branches in Brazil.

7 Exchange PI. and Hanover C. J. Stephenson, R. B. Buckerfleld and N. J.
St.
H. Hodgson. Agents’, E. H. Mitchell, Assistant

1-255

“ P VUJ/IIOI

CHARTERED BANK OF I
AUSTRALIA & CHINA

44 REAVER..

Commerz und Privat-Bank A. G______
(Representative Office)

50 Broadway___________ Konrad von Ilbere. Revresentative

CREDITOITALIANO- - - - - - - - K- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

67 Wall________________ Felice Bava. Revresentative

Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland; Portland,
Ore.; Seattle and San Francisco: Havana, Cuba; Port of Spain,
Trinidad; Kingston. Jamaica; Bridgetown, Barbados; Mexico
City; Rio de Janeiro; St. Pierre: St Pierre et Mianeloo
and London. England.

vO\J%

Reserve $30,000,000.

Agent.

_________ G S. &ANDF0RD

Branches throughout the Orient.

Branches throughout the Orient.
SEE ADVERTISEMENT ON “FOREIGN" INDEX.

1-256

(Representative Office in New York)

Head Office: Milan, Italy.

Deutsche Bank und Disconto-Gesellschaft____
(Representative Office)
Deutsche Ueberseeische Bank______________
(Representative Office)

(Head Office, Hamburg. Oer,)_

.

Branches and Correspondents throughout Italy.
Fund

52 Wall_____ ___________ Adolf Koehn. Revresentative

“

«

300,000,000

52 Wall________________ Adolf Koehn. Revresentative
49 Wall________________ A. W. Rice. Aoent ...

1-324

Dominion Bank. Toronto and Branches throughout Canada and
London, Eng.; N. City, Chase N., Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Corn Ex. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.
Branches throughout the Orient.

HONGKONG & SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION.
1-262

Branches In London, Liverpool, Manchester, Hamburg,
British West Indies, British Guiana. West Africa,
Egypt, Sudan, Palestine, Malta, South Africa, East
Africa, Mauritius and Gibraltar.

44 Beaver______________ H. P. Alton, Local Director_________

British Bank of South America, Ltd....

DOMINION BANK- - - - - - -

Principal Correspondents.

72 Wail................... ............. C. deC. Hnehes. Aaent
A. G. Kellogg, Sub Agent
1 State
American Representative: Italia America Shipping
Corp.; A.Ruspini, Pres.
_______ ’93 64 Wall................................. R. A. Ediutulh. Revresentative.

Istituto Italiana de Credito Marittimo_________
Mercantile Bank of India, Ltd. __

16%

Mitsubishi Bank. Limited_______ ....... .
10%
1-533

•’9.1)

Philippine National Bank_______ ....................
L—300

G. Suga, Agent, K. Kato and T. Nagashima, Pro.
Agents.

61 Broadway____________ R. Taka.ei. Aoent _....
T. Murai,
Agent

1-720

NATIONAL BANK OF GREEGE_ _ _

1841 51 MAIDEN LANE________
*t’17 25 Broadway

THE ROYAL SANK OF CANADA — ........................ .1*69 68 William..................... .
1-269

L—270

STANDARD BANK OF
SOUTH AFRICA, LIMITED „

1-302
Wiener Bank-Verein
(Representative Office in New York)
(Alex Von Fest)
1-271

ranches in India,Burma.Ceylon. Straits Settlements.Mauritius,
Dutch East Indies. Siam and China; Bank of Montreal and
Branches, Montreal.
Guaranty Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; Bk. of
Calif. N. A.. San F.; Canadian Bk. Com., Seat.
N. City. Chase N..and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. &
Tr. Co., Chi.; N. Shawmut, Bos.; W. F. Bk. & Un Tr. Co..
San F.; Bk. of Calif. N. A.. Seattle.
N. City, Chase N., Gty. Tr. Co., Hellenic Bk. & Tr. Co., and Irv.
Tr. Co., N.Y.

J. PLASTROPOULOSj Agent

E. N. CAPERON1S, Sub-Agent
E. HARDAL0UPAS, Sub-Agent
J, H FOI FY, Mananer

THE NEW YORK AGE
offers to Bankers and
] and Canada Its unsu
/ with the markets of
ISEE ADVERTISKMEN

t

F. T. Walker, J. A- Beatson. E. C. Holahan, Agents I

N. C. Allingham and C. R. Ross, A. Agents

f 67 Wall..... ............... ........ Rnwi AND SMITH Anerd

J

(

]
(

i
'

Merchants throughout the United States
rpassed service for facilitating trade
Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
T OPPOSITE BEGINNING OF FOREIGN LIS 1

12,500,000
15.820,850

149 Broadway__________ S. Harada, Agent: M. Maye and S. Sono,
(
ini, Agents
17 Battery Place.
Rudolf Hahn. Revresentative_______ _
(
120 Rr.-Mid way.....

N. City, N. Y.; Lloyds, Ltd., Lon.; Llovds & N. Provincial
Foreign, Ltd., Paris.
Branches and affiliations throughout fhe former Austro-Hun­
garian Empire.

Agents, s. Sonoda.T.Toko and E. Wakabayashi.__ (

yen 100.000.000
yen 113.500.000

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Chase N.. N. Y.; Cent. Rep. Bk. Chi.; 1st N.,Bos.; Anglo & Lon.
Paris N.. San F.; Corn Ex. N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Phil.
915 Branches in Canada: London. Eng.; Paris. France; Barce­
lona, Spain; the West Indies and Central and South Amer­
ica. Correspondents in all other parts of the world.
Standard Bk. of So. Africa, Ltd., Lon. and So. Afrlea; Bk.
of New So. Wales, Australia and New Zealand; Bk.
of British W. Africa, Ltd., W. Africa and N. Africa.

Bids —Offerings—Appraisals—Information

Yokohama Specie Bk„ Ltd.. San F., Seattle, Los A., and
Honolulu.
NEW YORK. N.Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III, 120 South La Salle St.

1168

NEW YORK CITY—BROOKLYN—Reserve City

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

to each bank in U. S.

•Mem. A.B.A. «New §State tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n.
[Estab.
♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Diy.

Vice-President.

President.

(Federal Reserve District No. 2) (Savings Banks do not handle collections)
Resources.
Liabilities.
Misczi.- Cam t ExBonus
Other
Loans
T
otal
LANXOUS <au*«M,Dxri
Ass’t Cashier. Paid-up Surplus
AND
AND
Liabili­
AND
Capital Profits Deposits
Dukjoukt® Sicuirms Rbsoukcbs from Baku
ties

Cashier.

Principal

correspondents.

(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)

Banca Commerciale Italia na
Trust Co. 1-752
§’29
(212 Columbia)

Leading Banks and Bankers Throughout the
World.

r 1503 Co rtelyou Rd,; 41 PFasA ington Ave,; 934 Th ird Ave.; Court St, (See N.Y. City, Bor ough of M

Branches: ^ J hermerhorn; 211 Fo urth Ave,; 131 Unio n St,; 55th St. and
*THE BANK OF AMERICA
e.; 6323 Fourteenth Ave,; 4924 Fourth A ve,; 8524 Fifth Ave,;
NATIONAL ASSN- dB®T*il812
(-16 Cou rt St., 294 Livingsto n St.; Flatbush Ave, Extension at DeKal b Ave,; A ve, U. an d West 5th St.
$218-12%
1-6

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST
CO—-*-—1-2-........-•151799

Kings County 15
New York Clearing House Assn. Mem. shown by*
Affiliated Banks +

'Bay Ridge Branch • 7633 Third Ave.\ A
Court Street Bra nch: 26 Court St,:
Cypress Hill Br anch*, 385 Arlington
Nostrand Ave, B ranch*,T55 Nostrand
Creenpoint Bra nch• Manhattan An
Montague Street Branch; 209 Monta
Sutter Ave, Bra nch*.Sutter Ave. and
1 Empire Bird. B ranch*; Norstrand A
L. Broadway Bran ch* Broadway and

nthony F. Grace,
Henry L. Nichols,
Are.: C. Vogel, M
An*.: George Jacob,
e, and MiUon St.:
gue St.; Leo G. Kn
Union St„ W. D.

Mgr.
A. V. P.
or.
Asst, Tr.

(Security Branch of New Yor k City%

Pietro Dinnella___ R. Rotolo, A. TV...

Bank of Sicily Trust Co.-®«§'25
$15
1-754
(2059 Fulton St.)

•

Edwin J. Asher, M or.
ey, A. V. P.
rt. Mgr.
Marsland, Mgr.
ve, and Empire Blv d.: James J. Siebe
Havemeyer St,; F. W. Krueger, A. V. P.

Borough o / Manhat tan)

Bay Parkway National Bank of
Brooklyn..........
________ (Taken over by La fayetle National Ba nk of Brooklyn Apr il 1, 1931, and operat ed as a br anch)

J 1,754,070 $29 448 840 $

Pierce Keefe_____
H. R. Kettelhodt—
Wm. J. Ward
E. M. Burrow, A.C. A. Meincke
W. A. Eriksen.A.C. P. A. Kemether

Bay Ridge Savings Bank®»t§'09
1-388 (5thAve.and54th St.) (One Branch)

$

Bensonhurst National Bank
1-843
dB©’27
(86th at Bay Parkway)

200,000

68.220

838,250

7,270 $21314580 $ 7,633,000 $ 1,326,660 $

935,950

(Bds. and
Mtges.)

2,620

658,180

310,560

30,050

21,688,330

8,318,530

1,152,650

6,621,860

1,561,150

168,710

110,310 Chase N., N. Y

par 100

R. Lounsbery,

Brevoort Savings Bank _®»§’92 Edward Lyons____
H. L. Carpenter,
1-374 (522 Nostrand Ave.)

V. P. and Tr.

3,043,370 29,221,730

R.W. Appleyard.
Sec

(Bds.
and
Mtges.)

Ch. Finance Com.

EMANUEL CELLER, Chairman of the Board GEORGE W. SIVER, CosAter
ROBERT SHERWOOD, Exec. Vice-Pres.
AARON L. JACOBY, Vice-President

National
Bank of N.Y.
$35 par 50

1-846

EDMUND W. MADDEN. Asst. Cashier
MILTON R. BECKER, Asst, Cashier

Every Department of Modern Banking
Domestic and Foreign

dB©T»t’29

Head Office
32 Court Street, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Other Office •

ACTS IN ALL TRUST CAPACITIES
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE

1,500,000

1.614,910

6,209,800

661,840

DIRECTORS
William C. Redfield
Joseph J. Baker
James Butler
1. Jerome Riker
A. L. Carr
Albert Rosen
Emanuel Celler
Morris Rosenwasser
William W. Cohen
Abraham Schoen
George Dressier
Hyman Schorenstein
Albert B. Hager
Robert Sherwood
Aaron L. Jacoby
Elmer A. Sperry, Jr.
Leon Klein
Nathan Strauss
Meyer Kraushaar
Jerome Thralls
Martin H. Latner

1,105,580

•

1,034,830 Irving Trust Co. ......... ............................New York
Commercial National Bank & Trust Co.

New York
Chase National Bank______________ New York
Chemical Bank & Trust Co.________ New York

Pitkin Ave. at Herzl Street,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

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NEW YORK CITY—BROOKLYN—Cont’d

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•Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State fPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n.
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♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

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Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Other
Paid-up Surplus
and
I Total
and
Capital
AND
Deposits Liabili­
Propits
ties

Brooklyn Savings Bank®»J§’27 David H. Lanman.. D. J. Creem______ Lloyd F. Byrn____
G. C. Barrett_____
1-350 (Pierrepont & Clinton)
C. C, Putnam
H. C. Peck, Compt, G. L. Kenmore,

Kings County 15

RESOURCES.

$17 751010 $93 621 100 $

Bonds
MiscblLoans
and
LANXIOU8
and
Discounts Sbcubitob Rbsoubcbs

Cash k ExCHANGES,Du*
from Banks

N. Y. Clearing House Assn. Members shown by*
Affiliated Banks by +

Principal Correspondents.

168,250 $65 289 050 $38 117 950 $ 2,752,010 $ 5,381,350

A. Compt

GEORGE V. MCLAUGHLIN. President
EDWIN P. MAYNARD, Chairman
HARRY M. DeMOTT.

Brooklyn
Trust
Company
$405-20%

par

100

$ 8,200,000 18,112,160 136452760 30,385,540

Vice-Chairman

Vice-Presidenls

WARREN B.ASHMEAD
GEORGE A. BARNEWALL.
V.P.andA. Sec.

WILTON C. DONN

WILLIS MCDONALD. Jr.
WILLARO P. SCHENCK,
v.p.andSec.

HERBERT U. SILLECK

IV A L
[EDICT
HARRY'm; DeMOTT

Ass/, Secretaries

ALLYN B. ABBOTT
GEORGE D. BERTRON
EUGENE G. BLACKFORD
THURL0W BURGMYER
ALFRED N. EDWARDS
WILLIAM J. ELSTER
PAUL ELY
HORACE W. FARRELL
CHAS. A. HERGRUETER. Jr.
KARL C.HERMON

♦ 1-102
dB©T«t§’66

Main Office
177 Montague St.

New York Office
26 Broad St.

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CHAR LES* alLR0 YCE
FREDERICK H. VIEMEISTER

CLIFFORD E. PAIGE

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CORRESPONDENTS IN
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THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

TrMt"EP0"t

RICHARDSON PRATT

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J. H. WALBRIDGE
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COMPLETE BANKING FOREIGN AND TRUST SERVICE

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ALL COLLECTIONS ON GREATER NEW YORK
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31 OFFICES IN GREATER NEW YORK

FREDERIC R. CORTIS
Brownsville Savings Bank

TRUSTEES

WJ*H

HAROLD I. SPENCE
JAMES A. STEWART
GILBERT H. THIRKIELD
FRANCIS WEEKES

63,170,290 49,590,600 31,854,900 48,534,670

(Merged with East New York Savings £ ank, JuneS, 1931 ant
operated as Browns

1

ville office)

BnshwickSavings Bank®*t§’73 J. E. Brown______ Louis G. Burger... G. J. Merked_____
L. C. Rub
1-366 (Grand & Graham Ave.) HenrySchade, V.P. G. J. Merked
H. E. Brown, Sec. C. A. Saporita

_______

2,335,130

(Bds. &

7,691,600

641,010

1,416,130

Mtgs.)

Chase National Bank.__ t*t’77 {Hamilton Trust Br anc/i:191 Montague St., Russell C. Iris
h, Vice President)_ (See Heac Office, Ne w York C ity, Borou
1-74
gh of Man hattan)
Chemical Bank & Trust Co.
18% par 10 ♦ 1-12 dB®T •T§'24
(50 Court St.)

Church Lane Savinas Bank

A. V.P.

Edwin H. Borst,
{.Brooklyn Branch o f New Yo rk City, B orough of Manhatta n)
.4. Mgr.

(Taken over by Line oln Savings Bank, October 17, 1930)

Citizens Bank
dB®»t§’26 J. C. Creveling ___ C. S. Heidenreich.
Geo. L. Porter___ Robert Windsor__
$225-4%
(80 Jamaica Ave.) F. J. Ileidenreich. H. M. Feist
par 100
1-835
Ch.
City Bank Farmers Trust Co.
(Montague Street O ifice)___
1 171
T*t§1822
(181 Montague St.)
City Savings Bank____ ®*t§’86 H. V. Raymond___ E. H. Sayre - Stephen Valentine, A.E.Hnrtado, A.Sec
4X%
1-368
R. E. Dayton, V.P. B. P. GoDden, Sec.
Tr. Wm. A. Rnshmore,
(6633 Bay Parkway)
J. B. Kelly. A. Tr.
A. Sec.

200.000

186,310

2,280,790

30,740

1,858,690 17 104 000

DimeSav.Bk.ofBrooklyn®t§’59 F. W. Jackson.... George Cox______
P. A. Benson. Tr.. G. O. Johnson.Sec..
24,685,470 159 666 510
1-358
William McCarroll J. D. Graham.
E. R. Shotwell,
H. S. Pal mer, A. S c.
(DeKalb Ave. and Fulton)
A. Tr.
A. Sec. it- L. Fer nald, A.S ec.
Navy Br anch• (83 Sands St.
imhSt.at 197A Ave.)
Dime Sav. Bank of Williams- 3. C. Mollenhauer. 1. R. Ferguson....
S. C. Thompson, Tr. 3. W. w eber, .4. Tr.
bureh. _ 1-361
^•T§'64
3,034,410 33,564,540
(S. 5th and Havemeyer St.)

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651,080 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Bk. of via liattan 'IV. Co.,
N. Y.; Brooklyn Tr Co. and N. City. Brooklyn.

812,940

407,560

4.680,430

4,567,090

of Manha ttan)

{Bds. &

58,876,150

R. C. Sh epherd, M gr„— Ben sonhurst
23,632,750 11,055,770

us* .

New York City and State
Bids

813,980

ity, Borou gh of Man hattan)

♦Corn Exchange BankTrust Co. (Branches at Court a nd Joralemon Sts.t,
397 Flatbush Ave. • (SeeH
$6*5-20% ♦
1-45 dB©T*t§’53 725 Grand St., Gr eenpoint and Manh 19-21 Flatbush Ave,
Office N.Y. Cit V, Borough
attan Aves.o, Myrtle Ave. and Broadwa y Hamilt ead
par 100
on Ave. a nd Summ it St.»)

_________

1,205,040

{Bds. <fc
Mtgs.)

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Offerings—Appraisals—Information

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857,210

Branch
1,277,720

NEW YORK. N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO. 111., 110 South La Salle St.

NEW YORK CITY—BROOKLYN—Cont’d

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNaUy Bankers’
tie autnoniy oi i n

•Mem. A.B. A. "New §State t Priv
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab
♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®SaY.$LastSaIe%Div.
I H%
1-360
(DeKalb and Bedford)
i%

1-364
(Penn, at Atlantic Ave.)

President.

Ass’t Cashier.

CASHIER.

Vice President.

Surplus
and
Profits

A. Tr.

E. A. Richards___ C. J. Benisch_____ A. J. Brislin. Sec...
A. E. Finkeldey,
John Middleton

Asst, V, P.

Loans

Bonds

and

and

Miscel­
laneous

Discounts JSecurities

1Resources

23,000 $19 983 250 JHI 890 000 !i

3.338,660 63,725,350

124,390

2,016,730

30,010

;
Cash k £xcha.nqm,Du*
non Banks

586,270 !i

194,430

300.000

Affiliated Banks by +

Principal Correspondents.

887,000
1,375,010

35,782,360 27,557,000

2,474,010

900,740

913,080

242,690

17,175,750

6,322,980

1,143,080

671,490 ]

682,720

693,420

31,060

177,410 i

■7,186,920

3,096.500

105,180

322,510 ;

9,708,990

1,406,340

{Brownsv lie Branc h—437 Ro ckaway A itie.; Park iway Office
Eastern Parkway at Utica)

Asst, V. P.

Wm. H, Sheehey— Charles Dimon-----

J. E. Biggins--------

Other
Total
­
Deposits Liabili
ties

4,108,810 29 214 700

1. R. Seaman, Tr..
El. L. Wensley. Sec.

David Morehouse. .
JamesS.Davis.F.P. E. J. Phillips

Paid-up
Capital

Kings County I 5

Resod RCES.

Liabil [TIES.

484,650 (Chase N„ N. Y.

A. Wm. Levy

1-391 (1045 Flatbush Ave.)

H. B. Hawkins .— J. P. Hoffman .
W. L. Castle
B. DeBeixedon
J. L. Lotsch, Ch.

160 par 100

(Flatbush & Atlantic Aves.)
Fort Hamilton Savings Banl
«%
1-402
©»t§’2 S
(7404 5th Ave.)
Fulton Sav. Bank, Kings Cc R .T Wnlff
1-363 (375 Fulton) ®t§’6 7

T. F. Wogan

1,348,900 23,964,400
(1 Branch )

Crawford Young,

_ John S. Roberts,

Comptroller and Sec.

A. Sec.
C. G. Sands. A. Sec.

P, A, Lntseh

Emanuel Sussman.

500,000

k Wm. Obermayer..
H. M. DeMott
1-376
®»t§’9 7
(9th, 10th and Fifth Ave.)

4,150,440 32,022,290

3,182,930 44,209,860

Thos. L. Grace,Sec. J. J. Hickey,
A. Sec.
A. J. Lundstrom,
Comptroller N. H. Cleverley.

1-67

363,400

24,431,000

447,940 30,798, 800 14,696,200
{Bds. &

1,367,050

978,670

34,236,670 11,323,500

1,079,550

3,028,010

6,323,500

616,260

48,720

11,009,330

1,353,330 17,180,170

Eugene Ketcham.. Andrew Stolt.........

1120 par 100

50

500,000

Lewis Fuhr______
R. B.Freifeld, A.C A. C. Muller
W. E. Zerkle
(Branch: 539 E. Pku ay at Nostrand Ave )

Kings County Trust Co.T«t§’839 J. P. Fairchild__
1-371 (342:
l)

1-898
d®»1
(1600 Kings Highway)

$20 par 25
1-8 33
(100 Livingston)

584,410 N. City, N. Y.

1,974,670

237,540

342,290 Chase N.. N. Y.; Christiania Bank og Kreditkasse,
Oslo, Norway.

33,520

24,903,470' 10,540,020

1,212,210'

3,120,430 1st N., Mnfrs.Tr. Co., and Kings Co. Tr. Co.,
Brooklyn.

6,530,210 30,624,650

107,790

14,235,6701 13,847,860I

503,310I

9,175,830 1st N.. Chat-. Phenix, Chase N and Harriman N.
Bk.&Tr Co.. N. Y.; Irving Tr. Co., and Bk. of
Am. N. A., Brooklyn.

9,617,170

4,680

6,537,65()

2,953,610l

166.91C)

252,750 N. City and Chase N., N. Y.; Midwood Tr. Co.,
and Brooklyn Tr. Co , Brooklyn.

931,820

5,884,13C)

1,702,18()

756,61()

2,386,490

123,880

3,715,760 36,026,860

411,410

867,290

S. A. Coykendall

12550-80%
par 100
4%

Guar. & Tr. Co., Bk. of Am. N. A., and Kingsboro
N., Brooklyn.

{Merged with Green Point Savings Bank , June 2, 1931 and operated as Norman Ave. Offic e)
{See Head Office, Ne w York Ci ty, Boroug h of Manh attan)
4
{See Hea d Office, N ew York
/ Court and Livings ton Sts.; S. T. Wratl en, V. P.; R. R. Wa rdell, A. Sec.
City, Boro ugh of Ma nhattan)
Flatbush Ave. at Linden Blvd.\ S. T. Wratten, V. P.; Fra nklin Schenck, A. V. P.;L. F. Mayr, A. Sec.
I »New Utrecht Ave .at 53rdSf.;S.T.Wr atten, V. P.; M. L. Corey, A. Sec.
Jm-mh St.; H. A Mathews, V.P.; S. T. Wratten, V. P.
>1 S 27-28 Newkirk P aza; S. T. Wratten, V.P.
J681 Nostrand Ave ; S. T. Wratten, V P.
I 311 King's Highu ay; S. T. Wratten, V.P.
\A®«. M. Office; Ai e. M. at E. 19th St., Stanley T. Wratte n, V. P.
29 E.J.McCormack.C/i A. J. Gonnoud

(69015th Ave.)
Kings Coi
4M%
<5
1-359
(135 Broadway)

989,810

Mtgs.)

4,693,460 44,925,540

6 C. W. Wohlers — Jlv• Jcj. MOIimi_____ H. C. Seifering,
Sec.
Herman L.Papsdorf
)

(18th Ave. at 47th St.)

120,350

i
N., N. Y
691,800
5,559,240 1,611,810 1,329,000 1,679,770 Chase
536,750 7,426,270
Jean Perl, Sec. .. J. W. Snedden, Jr., 1,525.000
A. S. {Bushwic k Office, 16 12 Broadw ay. Brook lyn; Eras mus Office . 2700 Chu rch Ave,;
F. J. Franck, A.S.
ve.)
Church
A
ffice,
5007
Rugby
O
Max Fuld, *4. Sec.

A. Sec.
{Branch at Church Ave., Beverley Road and East 2d Street)
George W. Felter. c. H. Reynolds.— F. S. Harlow, Sec.. W. J. Flemming,
Green Point Savings Bank
A. Sec.
G. C. Mollineaux.
W. B. Cater
(1 Branch• )
4H% 1-365
®»t§’fi 9
A. Sec. G. E. Kirby,A. Sec.
)

Home Savings Bank.

860,520

{Bds. &
Mtgs.)

595.400 10,115,710

J.Schaefer----------J. J. O’Leary. Sec. B. S. Cronin. Tr.

Jacob Dangler........ C. Dvorak, Sec----- Gerard Baetz.
Compt.
J. Riedl, A. Sec.
G. Wm. Rasch

Morris Walzer,
Globe Bank & Trust Co.
165-4% ♦ 1-395 d®T«l§’2 ) Ch,of Bd.and. Pres, F. I. Ketcham
Jacob Davis. Exec, N. Orens
par 100 (815 Broadway)
V. P. Henry Petry

103,730

' *

W. J. Wason, Jr.. A. I. Tabor, Sec.... A. W. Abrams.
A. Sec
E.L.VanWart.M.S
H. D. Joost
J. N. Carpenter

ik Wm. R. Bayes____. E. W. Voorhies.__ . D. T. Rowe. Sec. .. H. R. Wright.
A. Sec,
23 H. Minners, V. P. J. N. Harman

500.000

289,080

af Geo. S. Horton ..... Geo. F. Driscoll.... W. Howard Wyatlt C. A. Loeffler_____ . 1.450.00C1 1,103,270 )
(4 Branchi es)
W. Howard Wyatt A. M. Olsen, A. C. E. C. Gaarn
26 W. J. Carlin, Ch.
C. P. Ahles, Aud.
C. Knudsen, Jr..
F. DeFiganiere,
P. J. Smith,

V. P. and Tr. Off

A. Tr. Off.

5,892,55<)

A. Tr. Off

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Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given

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1 171 t0 eacb bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
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•Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-8afeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

President.

Vice-President.

Kings County 15

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Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Liabilities.
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Paid-up Surplus
Total
and
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Deposits Liabili­
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Resources.
Miscel­
Cash & Exlaneous
chamois,Due
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^LAWYERS TRUST C0.-T*t5 87 L. V. BRIGHT_ _ _ _ W. K. SWARTZ- - - - - - J. P. STAIR, A. v. P. H. C. HOWE. A.Tr... $ 3.060,000 $ 4,256,680 120565 410 $ 109,580 $16635150 $6,905,530 $ 162,220 I 4,228,780 Corn Ex. Bk. & Tr. Co., Bk. of America N. A., Gty.
1-110
(Brooklyn Office. O
ther offices in Manh attan)

(44 Court)

Lincoln Savings Bank_d®ti’66 Chas. Froeb.
(2 Branches)
4%
1-882
(531 Broadway)

Joseph Huber___ G. H. Doscher,
L.C. Voigt_____
Sec. and Cash, J. A Elbe
Th. Engelhardt
Wm. C. Hundt,
Fred. Gretsch
A. H. Wenzel
A. Cash, and, Aud, George Neumann
H. J. Smith

Adminstrat lve Officers.

MANUFACTURERS TRUST CO

8%

par 25

♦

(774 Broadway, cor.
Sumner Ave.*)
(84 Broadway, cor. Berry St.*)
(225 Havemeyer St., near
Broadway*)
(819 Grand St., cor. Bushwick
Ave.*)
(190 Joralemon St., nr. Court
Street*)
(207 Fifth Ave., cor, Union St.*)
(1641 Eastern Parkway, cor.
Hopkinson Ave.*)
(1797 Pitkin Ave., cor. Stone
Ave.)
(60 Graham Ave., cor. Varet
St.*)
(799 Blake Ave., cor. Van Siclen
Ave.)
(4901 Thirteenth Ave., cor.
49th St.)
(1455 St. Johns Place, near
Utica Ave.*)
(5922 Eighteenth Ave., cor.
60th St.)
(2701 Mermaid Ave., cor. 27th
St., Coney Island)
(50 Offices)

Midwood Trust Co,.

133,750 68,429,660 39,185,510

1,897,700

2,692,400

27,500,000 24,380,510 237308560 49,245.770 184396430 75,688,790 33,995,310 44,354,300 In the principal cities of the world.

1dB®T»t§’05

A. B. A. Transit No.
New—1-128
Old-1-357

— 10,971,810 101 099 710

Tr. Co.. Irv. Tr. Co.. Chase N.. and N. City, N. Y.

Harvey D. Gibson. Cleaveland V.
Charles M. Close,
Childs
_______ Sec,
Louis P. Christen­
son
Henry C. Von Elm,
Trust Department
A. C. Falconer
Vice-Ch.
Walter McMeekan
J. Lawrence Gilson
Vice-President
Isaac B. Hopper
James H. Conroy, Daniel Lipsky
Investment Depart­
Exec. Vice-Pres, John T. Madden
ment.
Joseph L. Morris
Darragh A. Park.
Wm. L. Schneider
Vice-President
Frederick K. Teipel

Charles C. Clough,
Compt

Brooklyn Officers.
F. W. Bruchhauser_____ Vice-President
George W. Mott....... .AssL Secretary
Reuben W. Shelter_____ Vice-President
Chris J. Ochs_________ Asst. Secretary
John B. Paddi.................Assi. Secretary
Frederick V. Goess___ Asst. Vice-Pres.
Harold T. Taylor_____ Asst. Secretary
Edward Specht........... .Asst. Vice-Pres.
Norman B. Tyler______Asst. Secretary
Vice-President William Bode________________ Assi.Secretary
Erwin H. Wipperman...Ass<. Secretary
Andrew L.Gomory, David G. Cathcart_____ Asst. Secretary
Sydney L. Hammer............. . .Manager
John
J.
Conway_______________
Assi.
Secretary
Assistant
Louis J. Orloff......................... .Manager
Vice-President Adolph Frey__________________ AssLSecretary
Herbert J. Uhl........................ Manager
Francis X. Gallagher__ Asst. Secretary
Frantz O. Barentzen___ Asst. Manager
John J. Hayes_________________Assi.Secretary
Edward L. Collins_____AssL Manager
Dominick Orlando..........Assl. Manager
Peter J. Keenan______ Asst. Secretary
Cornelius J. Sager..........Assi. Manager
Charles P. Kramer____ Asit. Secretary
William J. Schmidberger
Herman A. Kultzow___ Asst. Secretary
Manager
Robert W. Van De Water
Walter H. Lindemeyer.AssL Secretary
Asst. Manager
Charles W. MargolfeS—Assi. Secretary
Henry M. Zuber........... _Assi. Manager
Foreign Dept.

Lincoln Johnson,
Assi. to the Pres
Charles Somlo,

See Advertisement under Borough
of Manhattan Banks.

(Liquidating, Depo sit liabilities assume d by Manufacturers Trust Co,, August 1 0, 1931. O ffices to be operated as branche s of Manu
facturers Trusv Co.

Morris Plan Co. of New York.* (191 Joralemon St.
1668 Pitkin Ave.
804 Manhattan Ave,

(Branches of Manha itan).

(New York City continued on next page)

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NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass.. 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bids.
CINCINNATI. O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

1172

NEW YORK CITY—BROOKLYN (Cont’d)

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank In U. 8. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

•Mem.A.B.A.«New§8tatetPrif.
JMem. SUte B. Ass'n.
[Estab.
♦Fed. Bes. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-8afeDep.®BaT.$LastSaIe%Dlv.

President.

Vice-President.

Ass’t Cashier.

Cashier.

John F. Pitz, Jr__ lohn F. Pitz, Jr.— Jos. T. Burger___

National Bank of Ridgewood in
New York..l-804___ d®»t’26

Kings County 15

(federal Reserve District No. 2) (Savings Banks do not handle collections)
Liabilities.
Other
Paid-up Surplus
Total
­
and
Capital Profits Deposits Liabili
ties
50,000

200,000

27,210

1,336,800

Loans
and

Resources.
MibcblBONDS
LANBOUS
AND

Discounts !3BOT7BITTBB 13.BBOURCBB

%

1,115,890 !5

169,820 il

Cash * ExCHAxaifl,Dui
non Banxi

40,910 !5

N. Y. Clearing House Assn. Members shown by *
Affiliated Banks by+
PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS.

287,400 C
Chase

N., N. Y.

par 100

(315 Wyckoff Ave.)
J Branches at 181 Montague St.; Nos
) Ave. at Church A re.; Myrtle Are. at
(.Are. at 85th St.; T hird Ave. at 36th St.

1-8

(See N. Y
rand Are. at Herki mer St.; Myrtle Av e. at Clin
Highway
at
East
Vrith
St.; Penn
Sleecker St.; Kings
Flatbush Are. at Livingston St.; Man hattan Av

W. F. Crowell.......

National Exchange Bank &_Tr, A. S. Somers------- W. R. Miller, Exec.
M. Dammann, Ch. Manasseh Miller
125.__Co_____ 1-848____
(185 Montague St.)

1,000,000

1,307,070

3,288,220

154,800

3,145,940

1,092,380

14,380

1,497,390 1

500.000

420,610

6,890,770

69,090

2,485.310

4,121,680

259,100

1,023,380

*

1,633,250 22,439,400

13,000

15,450,810

6,907,910

911,780

815,140

i

PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
fG.W. SPENCE------ CHARLES WISSMAN-- A. W. SPOLANDER —
1550—12% par 100 1-885 d®»t U
JOHN W. ROEDER
(880 Quincy St.)
^Efficiency— Service —Co urtesy

Prndentlal Savings Bank
®«

avar

Chas. Wissman, Sec. H. J. Holllngs,
B. P. Van BentA. E. Roberts,
huysen G. P. Busch, Tr.
L. P. Buck, Compt. Ass(. Comptrollers
V. P. Chas. Wissman

(Bds. &
Mtgs.)

8 Chas. Yollmer,
(1

4,946,520 51,686,260

H. L. Genninger.. W. H.Paasch, Jr...
John W. Fraser...
Roosevelt Savings Bank
C. A. Van Iderstlne 0. L. Sicard, Sec. A. Schneider. Jr.,
«H%
1-875
®*t$'fl 5
Comptroller
(Gates Ave. and Broadway)

9

O. S. Dunning, Tr. B. A. Burger. Sec.
F. W. Hotaling,
P. H. Martin.
C. S. Dunning
A. Sec (Office at
Comptroller
E.C. Estes. A.V.P.

H. I. Pratt______ F R Pratt
Richardson Pratt

T
is
)
Williamsburgh Sav. Bank
1-854
•!

John O. Maddock Roy Hume............
Charles Pratt, Tr. Philip S. Clarke,
See

Tr. Co.. Brooklyn.

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and

906,970

65<7i

5,961,460

A.

(See Hea d Office, N. Y. City, Borough of Manhattan)

37,030

35,800,980 17,677,650

1,154,340

2,036,830

68,000

33,393,900 22,781,330

1,501,970

1,259,430

66,520

111,190

St.)

103,150

(See Hea d Office, N . Y. City,, Borough
J E. Keeler. Mgr. T. E. Pilsworth,
Tr. Officer
H. C. L. Bitter,
A. Mgr, A. S. Ross,

(Bds. &
Mtgs.)

6,282,900i

1,010,970

N. City, and Brooklyn Tr, Co.. N. Y.

of Manha (fan)

Tr. Off

J. V. .T 0w8ll
. S. M. Meeker____ C. J. Pasfleld____ A. E. Leighton ___
W. M. Tuttle. Sec. F. C. Koch
,1 J.‘ H. Post, V.P". H. H. Romer
Henry R. Kinsey A. W. Sauer. Aud. E. G. Carstens
I

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

500,000

7,881,440 50,987,190
So

1-851
®«t§’£ 0 J. O. Low, V. P.
(Atlantic Ave. and Court)

(255 Ryerson)

N.. Phil.

Office)

ve.
Public National Bank & Trust (Branches at •Pitht n Am. and Watkins St.,* Graham A vs. a ndVaret Bi.; %Uh St. and 21*( A Ave,; Pitk in and M ontauk Av es, and 13 th Ave, an d 43rd St.
S Grand and Havemey er Sts,; 1368 St.John s Place; DeKalb and Sumner A res.; 574-5 76 Sutter
Co-----------1-127_____

1-392

and Chase N.. N. Y.

(Merged with Dime Savings Bank of Br ooklyn as Navy Bra rich)

Navy Savings Bank .

1-886

Manhatta n)
at 5ith St, ; Flatbush Are. near Bergen St ..Flatbush
iberty Ave .; Eightee nth Are. a t 64th St.; Fourth
Brighton Beach Av e.

City, Bo rough of
on Are.; Fifth Are.
sylvania Are. at L
e. at Nobl e St.; 618

121,730 146 932 10C) 93,841,280l 10,924,310I 7,862,940 N. City. Bk. of America N. A., and 1st N.. N. Y.
(Central 1 Office: Hai nson & A shland Pi[ aces at FI albush At>e.)

28.791.88C) 230 647 03C>

United States Territorial

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NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO. III.. 120 South La Salle St.

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

1170

•Mem. A. B. A. "New § State tPriy.
{Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
0)
CO

♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Bay,$LastSaIe%DiT.

President.

The Bank of America National (Bronx Branch, 184
Assn.______ 1-6.............<'26 Mgr, Melrose Office,
liamsbridge Office, 2
(184th and 3rd Ave.)
Branch, Westchester
Crosby Branch, Wes

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City

(Federal Reserve District No. 2) (Savings Banks do not handle collections)
RESOURCES.
Liabilities.
Miscel­
Other
BONDS
Loans
Ass’t Cashier. Paid-dp Surplus Total
laneous
AND
and
L
iabili
­
and
Capital Profits Deposits
Discounts SsccBrnsB Resoubcbs
ties

VicePresident.

Cashier.

th and 3d Ave,: L. L.
363 E. 149iA: J. A. T
Ylth and White Plat
Ave. and Castlehill
tchesler Ave. and Cr

Battaglia, Mgr., M.
ermine, Mgr. Chas.
ns Ave,: A. Reale.
Ate.: Charles Pater
osby Ave.; Charles

(Borough of Bronx)

Principal Correspondents
Cash & Exob atom,Dub
from Darks

M. Apfelbaum, A. {See Head Office, N ew York City, Bor ovgh of M anhcUtan)
Merli, A. Mgr. WilMgr. Castle Hill
no. Mgr,
Paterno, Mgr.

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST {Branches: 369 E. 14 9th St.; 464 E. Tremo nt Ave.; 35 Westches ter Sq.; 3821 White {See New York Cit y, Boroug h of Man hattan)
CO.................+ 1-2_____ *§1799 Plains Are.; 1620 W estchester Ate.; Aller ton Ave. at White PL ains Are.; Amster-

dam Ave. at 155th St. ; Broadway at Yolth St.; Broadway and mth St.; 181st St.
near St. Nicholas Ave.; Dyckman St. a nd Sherman Ave.; P elham Parkway and
White Plains Are.; Burnside and Jerom e Ares.; 62 E. Mt. E den Ave.; Amsterdam
Ave. at 93rd St.; 1st Ave. at 82nd St.

Bank of Sicily Trust Co.~»§’27
1-754
(590 E. 187th St.)
Bronx County Trust Co.
Fred Berry.............
8% par 20
1-410 dB@T<§’88 J. M. Haflen. Ch.
(Third Ave. at 148th St.)
C, E. Merrifleld,
V.P.
(Branches at Third
Boston Rd.; Ogden
White Plains Ave,

R. B. Smith_______
C. H. Meyer, A. V.P.
J. M. Ireland,
A. V.P
Ave, at 137th; Third
Ave. at University
at 233rd. Fordham R

J.A. Zeller. Sec....
G.W. Smith. Tr.Off.
F. A. Herbert,
A. Tr.Off.
Ave. at Boston Rd.;
Ave.; E. Tremont A
d, and Jerome Ave,;

L. Wetmore

F. B. Allin, Sec. . W. I. Ountncfcam,
Tr.
W. E. Stevens,
Compt, F. Vogler. A. Tr.
E. R. Ziegler, A, Tr.

Bronx Savings Bank... d<l’06 T. T. Fischer_____
«K%

1-414
(Tremont and Park)

(1 Branch)

{See New York Cit y, Boroug h of Man hattan)

J. J. Reddington, $ 1,550,000 $
A. Sec.
F. A. Geiger, A.See.
Wm.Grosch, A.Sec.
E. Tremont Ave. at
re, at Eastern Blvd,;
I3&th St, at Southern Blvd.

Chase National Bank.......... •t’77 149 th St. Branch, 36 8 E. mth St.; Tho mas E. Edwards, Mgr,.
170th St. Branch, 96 E. mth St.; Robert O Leary, Mgr.
1-74
Fordham Branch, 30 1 E. Fordham Rd.; Harold French, M gr.

504,880 $20 690 280 $ 1,705,070 $12 488 010 $ 7,868,240 $ 1,379,150 $ 2,714,830 Bkrs. Tr. Co., N.Y.

2,102,940 26,277,110

14,000

16,685,320

9,493,750

(Bds,
& Mtgs.)

1,009,230

1,205,750

{See Head Office, Ne w York Ci ty, Boroug h of Manh attan)

Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co. (Branches at: 375 B. 149tA St.e, Burnside and Jerome Ares* , Fordham Rd. A Ds- (See Head Office, N ew York Oitv, Bor ough of Uanhatt on)
♦ 1-45
s|’05 catur Ave.*, 169<A St. & Clinton Ave.*, 66 E, Kingsbridge Rd. and Creston A ve.*, 170 th St. and J erome Ate ,*, Tremo nt and Ar thur Aves. • and 558 8 Broadw ay*)
Dollar Savings Bank.d®<S’60 HowellT.Manson .
1-411 (Third Ave.& 147th St.)
C. P. Faber

iH%

t% 1-419(2480 Grand Concourse)

Louise Sprenger, S. J. Sniehler, A.S ee.
A. Tr. H. F. Regal, A. Tr.

Wm. H. Steinkamp

John Meyer, See...
0. H. Dahmer
J. S. O’Leary

( Third Ave. at 148tA St*; Horace A. Mar
W. A. Frey, Jr., A.
163rd St*. Horace
at Marion Ave. .*; Ho
re.; Horace A. Mars

] W. J. Gehlen,
IRYINfl TRUST CO____1T<§’61 < Southern Blvd. at
♦ 1-67
/ B. Fordham Road
C 267 City Island A

10,218,340 81,846,360

379,550 10,728,830

E. H. Ernst. A. Tr.
sland, V. P.; Harry Weiss. A. V.P.,

97,000 51,340,590 36,081,150

1,321,130

2,801,790

185,820

7,359,940

{Bds.
& Mtgs.)

{See Head Office, Ne te York C ity, Boro ugh of M anhattan)

Secretaries.

A. Marsland, V, P„ HarryWeiss, A, V. P.
race A. Marsland, V. P„ HarryWeiss. A.V. P.
land, V. P„ Harry Weiss, A. V. P.

tchester Ave., cor. S 0. Blvd.; 801 Westch ester Are. cor. 158th {See Head Office, Ne w Fork C ity, Borou gh, of Ma nhattan)
Concourse nr. Fordh am Rd.; 3015 Third Ave. cor.mth St.;
near Marmion Ave.; 1536 Westchester Ave. , cor. Boynton Ave.
Ave. near 208th St.)
x Bank)
Southern Blvd, • )..
{Branches of Manha ttan)

National Bronx Bank—.d®’26
1-421
(560 Melrose Ave.)
(Consolidation of Melrose Na­
tional and Port Morris Banks)
National City Bank____ <1812
1-8
The National Safety Bk. &Tr.
Co.
1-774
T*’29

H. G. Barber____ H, W. Koenig_____ J. A. Peterson.
525,000
63,530
3,167,400 1,154,520
289,010 5,411,420
156,110
Lewis Loveman
Wm. Blumstein,
E. A. Hingers,
A. Mgr. {Branches at Metros e Are. at 150th St.; 138tA St. at Willis Are., Mor
Carll S. Pye
V. P.
Are. an d White P lains Rd., and Whi te Plains Are. and 241st St.
Patrick Murphy

1-413 (8230 Third Ave.)

Wm.T. Keogh.
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
E. F. Cleary, V. P.
W. H. Rufer,, V. P.

{Branches at 1 iQth S t. at Courtlandt Ave. ; Creston Are. near F ordham Road)

1,810,930 Chase N. and Empire Tr. Co., N. Y.; Bk. of Man.

hattan Tr. Co. (Bronx). N. Y.

{See New York Cit y, Boroug h of Man hattan)

Boston Road at 174th St.*; M. J. Schneider , V. P.\ John Miceli , A.Cash.; 167th at J erome Are .* {See He ad Office, New York City, Bor ough of M anhattan)
A. A. Ekirch. Sec..
J. G. Borgstede — F. H. Wefer______ John 11. Haffen,
Tr.
John Riegelman
llowing page)

1,498,330 20,505,790

13,236,410

7,008,400

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

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760,820 Bronx Co. Tr. Co., Bronx N., Colonial, Cent. Han.

Bk. & Tr. Co., and Corn Ex. Bk. Tr. Co., N. Y.

Manufacturers Trust Co.<$’05 {Branches: 1042 Wes
St.; 2487 Grand
♦ 1-357
822 E. Tremont Ave.
and 3408 Jerome
{See National Bron
Melrose National Bank_
391 E. 149th St., 940
Morris Plan Co. of N. Y.

182 par 50

3,418,830

Bids — Offerings—Appraisals—Information

545,180

1,214,130 Chase N„ Irv. Tr. Co., Bronx Co. Tr. Co., and Bkrs.

Tr. Co.. N. Y.
NEW YORK. N.Y., II Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

dumber under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

1174

•Mem. A.B.A.nNew §State fPriv.
}Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Ees.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City
(Federal Reserve District No. 2.)

President.

Vice-President.

Ass’t Cashier.

CASHIER.

(Borough of Bronx)

(Savings Banks do not handle collections)

Resources.

Liabilities.
Other
Liabili­

Paid-up Surplus
Total
AND
Capital Profits Deposits

MiscelBonds
LANEOUS
AND
AND
Discounts Securities Resources

ties

Port Morris Bank______

(Merged with Metro se National Bank as

Public National Bank & Tr. Co.
1-127 (3817 Third Ave.)«ti3
Times Square Trust Co...sJ§’29
1-762
(174th St. and Bathgate Ave.)
TITLE GUARANTEE & TR. CO.
1-106
#t§
(370 E. 149th St.)
Underwriters Trust Co.
1-784
d®M§’29
(878 Prospect Ave.)

(See Head Office, Ne w York Ci tv, Borou gh of M anliattan i
(Branches at 3817 T hird Are., 982-984 S outhern Blvd., Willi 8 Ave. and 1381A St., 180Di St. and Crolo na Parkw ay, andP rospect A ve. and 16 3rd St.)
(See New York Cit y. Borough of Manh attan)
(Branch) .... .
.

....

-

Principal Correspondents.
CHAKON,DUX
from

Baku

nk)

Charles M.Gambee, Wm. A. Bracken,
A. V. P.
Mgr. Bkg. Dept.

Mgr, Title Dept.

ty, Boroug hof Manh

(See Head Office, Ne

nion Offic e of New York City , Borough

Alfred Koch,

V. P, in charge

Chase N.. N. Y.

(Formerly Union Bank of Bronx
County)

(BOROUGH OF QUEENS D 4)
Towns.

•Mem. A.B. A. nNew §8tate fPrir.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Eitab.
♦Fed. Res. Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sar.$lastSale%Div.

VICE-PRESIDENT.

PRESIDENT.

GAMIER.

Ah’t Cium.

Liabilities.
Paid-up Surplus Depos­
AMD
Capital Profits
its

Other
Liabili­
ties

Loau
and
Discount*

RESOURCES.
Bonds
and
Securitise

Principal

correspondents.

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Arverne Branch: B each, 68th St. <fc Bou levard)___ __ _____ P. L. Braunstein. (See New York City , Borough of Manh attan) ...
Mgr.
CO.
♦ 1-2
•S'22
{Broadway-Astoria
32-12
Broa
Branch:
dway,
J.
J.
Keenan,
Astoria..
Mgr.)
____________
(See New York City , Borough of Manh attan)___
BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST
(Sta. Long Isl, City) CO.
♦ 1-2
^§1799

Arverne.

Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co. (Branch at 3-17 and 3-19 Astoria Ave.
J. F. Ellsworth,
J. H. Earl, A. Mgr.
and Boulevard)
Mgr,
♦ 1-45
.§’53
R.H.Peters.A. Sec.
Geo. J. Ryan_____
Long Island City Savings
Bank------- 1-426 ______ ®§’76
John Morrison,
A. Sec
(Grand and Sixth Aves.)
Manufacturers Trust Co..f®’22 (Office at 301Stein«) ay Ave.)______
♦ 1-128
^National City Bank of N. Y (Steinway Branch: 30th Ave. at Zlth St.)

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Bayside Branch:
(Ind, Sta. Flushing) CO.
♦ 1-2
dB®T*t’99

Bayslde_______

Bellalre_________

(Jamaica P. O.)

4 3-01 Bell Blvd.) ..

M. Vaughan. Mgr..

(See New York City, Borough of Manha ttan)___ _
(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)____

♦ 1-102

$

200,000 $

153,550 I

718,810 $

46,000 $

542,880 $

428,710 $

25,670 S

121,100 N. City. N. Y.

(See New York City , Borough of Brookl yn)-------

(211-31 Jamaica Ave.)

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Brooklyn Manor B ranch: 9322 Jamaic a Ave.) Herman N
CO. ♦ 1-2
d®*+5’21
College Point------- BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (College Point Bran ch: 122nd St. and E. L. Wetjen, Mgi
(Ind Sta. Flushing) CO.
18 th Ave.)
♦ 1-2
»t§1799
(Woodhaven P. O.)

College Point National Bank H. I. Kleinert____
par 100
1-809
d®’27 Fred Fear. V. P,
(14-15 122nd St.)
College Point Savings Bank
A.H. Schlesinger..
4M%
1-425
®.§’72
(313—13th)

"“

WM
™"*1
1-6
®Tt’29

Wm. Schmidt____ O. J. Goerke____
R. H. Guinzburg

Newtown National Bank
$60 par 50
1-817
®’19
(37-01 Junction Blvd.)
Queensboro National Bank
6% par 100
1-449
d®»t’23
(103-02 Northern Blvd.)
Queens County Savings Bank
1-423
§’59
Douglaston National Bank
par 155
1-808
d®*27

euffer. Mgr.

(See New York City Borough of Manha ttan) ___
C. C. Hauser..

(Branch at Roosevel t and Alburtis Ares.

Charles Hendry __ J. W. Sturmer__
J. P. Gering, V. P. M. B. Hendry

JohnLaDuke........ F. W. Yager........
Joseph Linhart.CA. H. Ginsberg
Paul Roth
(Branch at 46th and Sackett Sts.)____
Wm. J. Large____
Meyer Boskey, Ch.

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(See New York City , Borough of M anha Ran)____

200,000

E. P. Roe________ E. A. Plitt. Sec___ E. G. Mapp.
A. Sec,
Wm. Schmidt

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Corona Branch: 46 th and Sackett Sts.)
CO.
♦ 1-2
*§1799

Douglaston...

(Branch o fLong Isi and City)

(See New York City . Borough of Manha ttan)____

National Bank of Bayside in J. W. Dayton.......... C. V. Bossert_____ H. L. Doughty ___ A. E. Hauck.
New York..1-815____ d®.’27
$70 par so (4101 Bell Ave.)
R. C.Hoffman, Mgr.
Brooklyn Trust Co—d®T»J§’66

Brooklyn Manor..

Oorona.

(See New York Cit V, Borou ah of Ma nhattan)

66,620

725,810

137,160

411,550

501,080

112,400

104,560 N. City and Gty.Tr. Co., N. Y.

745,610

5,628,440

21,910

4,081,400

1,950,830

119,500

241,230

(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)____
W. T. Hanrahan,
Asst. Tr.
W. A. Bertsch........

(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)___
200,000

64,990

670.710

280

195,590

635,910

7,850

200,000

106,410

2,492,140

20,050

952,300

829,060

511,710

(See Flue hing, Bor ough of Q ueens)__
Maurice A. Lahey,
A Cash, and Mgr.
100.000
A. D. Blauvelt____ A. E. Hauck---------3,610
41,830
429.690

192,310

300.870

20.660

D. R. Sclbtlia_____ J. J. Brennan.
J. H. Schmidt

Federal Land Bank

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96.570 N. City (L. I. City Br.), N Y.
525,540 Chase N., N. Y,

61.280 Chase N. and N. City, N. Y.

NEW YORK. N.Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass.. 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO. III., 120 South La Salle St.

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number gtven
to eac^ bai'k in U. S. exclusively by The Itand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under tbe authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
(Federal Reserve District No. 58) (Savings Banks do not handle collections)
-------------------- I--- ------ —
'
Liabilities.
•Mem.A.B.A.T1New §StatetPrir.
{Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
Loans
Surplus
Other
Pkesi dent.
Vie* President.
Cashier.
Towns.
DbposAss t Cashier. Paid-op
and
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
A.ND
Capital Profits
ITS
Disoounts
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.
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NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City

1 1 *7*^
-L J. /

Dun ton

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Dunton Branch: L iberty Ave. & 130th Walter H. Fuchs.
St.)
CO.-.......... ♦ 1-2--------- §1799
Mgr.

(See New York City. Borough of Manha ttan).

Slmhurst.

W. E. Fee, Mgr,
BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Elmhurst Branch: Broadway and
CO..........- ♦ 1-2_____ •§1709
Laurel Hill Blvd.)

(Bee New York City , Borough of Mamha tUm)____

Elmhurst National Bank
C. Hendry..............
1185 par loo 1-806
dB@V27 W. F. Babor, Ch.
(43-33 91st Place)
H.C. Drewes. V.P.
Far Rockaway........ BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Far Rockaway Bra
CO------ ♦ 1-2.........—•§1799
Nat. Bk. of Far Rockaway
Wm. J. Glacken__
$350-10% par 100 1-436 dB®»t’08
(StationPlaza;
Rockaway Savings Bank@t§'21
1-444
M. Shannon, V. P.
(1537 Central Ave.)

6,770 $ 1,119,160 $ 153,510 $ 518,020 t
$ 200,000 $
A. E. Shore______ Joseph Tayerle___
H. J. Ruppel
T. J. Groh
nch: Comaga Ave.
Wm.J. Dolan,A.Tr. (Bee New York City , Borough of Manha ttan). _
and Beach 20th St.)

Corn Exchange Bk. Trust Co.
, .
♦ 1-46
.§’53
Flushing Savings Bank.. <©§’29
1-816
National Bank of Queens Co.
in New York 1-814 ...d®»t’29
par 50
(36-63 Main)
National City Bank of New
York..............1-8_____ ©Tt’28
(39-10 Main)
Queens County Savings Bk*$8'59
1-42S
(80 Main)
Forest Hills_____ Boulevard Bank........ dB<©«±§’29
1-813
(Flushing P, O.) $120 par 100
(Queens Boulevard)
Corn Exchange Bank Tr. Co.
♦ 1-45
«t§’53
Forest Hills National Bank
var loo
1-812
d®’28
(9902 Metropolitan Ave.)
National City Bank of New
York---------1-8_________ ’31
(Continental Ave. atlAustinSt.)
Glendale___ - _ Globe Bank & Trust Co.
(Brooklyn P, V.)
1-395
dfl®t§’20
(66-17 Myrtle Ave.)
Hillside_______
Brooklyn Trust Co. ~d©T»t§’66
(Jamaica P, O,
(173-20 Jamaica Ave.) ♦ 1-102
Hollis_____ - BANK OF MANHATTAN TR.C0.
(Br.ofJamaicaP.O.) parlOO
♦ 1-2 dB®T*t§1799
Jackson Heights__
(Flushing P, O.)

28,380 $

203,990

12,020

64,340 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.;
Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co.. Far
Rockaway.

274,440

13,920

63,850

567,940

205,100

166,530 Bk. of Am. N. A.. Atlantic office,
N. Y.; Bk. of Manhattan Tr.
Co.. Flushing. N. Y.

18,080,820

7,310,680

734,930

H. T,. Durland
2,200
200.000
113,150 1,116,240
297,180
D. M. Sarkisian ___ P. SchwoebeL.
Fred Gretsch
Wm. J. Wells
(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)____
tal Ave. and Austin
T. B. Furman,
St.)
Mgr.
A. Mgr.
694,920
15,490
200,000
92,510
314,630
J. A. Rapelye......... R. A. Moosbruker.. H. P. Durland_____ A. J. Duncan
L. C. Gosdorf er, Ch. H. F. Homeyer
Charles Baier
(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)

950,680

59,760

646,190 Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co., N. City,
Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co.,
and Corn Ex. Bk. Tr. Co., N.Y.
Cent.
Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chase
123,970
N„ Mnfrs. Tr. Co., and Title
Guaranty & Tr. Co., N.Y.

464,720

119,120

104,440 Chase N„ N. Y.

2,014,850

472,830

355,440

(Murray Hill Bran ch; Madison Ave. a t. Wilson St.)eW. C.
(Branch at 40-23 M ain St A
Mgr.
B. Braunstein_____
G. J. Lawrence,
P. C. lleidelberger P. J. O'Connor.F.P.
V.P.
A. M. Hepburn .. E. L. King,
T. P. Lawlor,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. H. R. Zeamans
V. P. and Cash.

(See New

W. T. James, Ch.
(One Branch)
G. C. Meyer__

W. H. Fitzpatrick

696,920 Chase N., N. Y.

(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan) ___

Witherstine. Mgr.
(See New York OU, V, Boroti gh of Ma nhatian)
D. P. Gordon,
A. Mgr.
55,580
980,670
3,780
687,830
(Bds. &
W. H. Hand, Compt,
Mtgs.)
283,900 1,015,100
3,450
862,880
500,000
W. L. McCrodden..

(Branch) . .

York Cit y, Boroug h of Man hattan)...
2,207.360 24,565,270

E. E. Sammis, Jr...
H. L. Bogert, Tr. E. D. Randel

(Branch o f Brookly n)______
(See New
(Hollis Branch: 19 0-02 Jamaica Ate.) Melvin Golder, Mg

York Cit y, Boroug h of Brook lyn)____

(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)___

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Jackson Heights B ranch: Roosevelt Ate . and 82nd St.)____ T. M. Walsh, Mgr. (See New York City , Borough of Manha
CO. - ♦ 1-2______*t§1799

(See New York City , Borough of Manha
and Roosevelt Ate.) N. Y. Garretson,
R. J. Smith,
Mgr.
A. Mgr.
(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)___

Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co. (Branch at 82nd
♦ 1-45
»§’5S
National City Bank of N.Y. '30
(Roosevelt Ave. at 81st St.) 1-8
•Jamaica________

729,040 S

387,280

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Broadway- Flushin g Branch: 163-20 N.
CO------♦ 1-2______ *t§1799 (Flushing Branch: 39-15 Main St.»)___ Wm. Biscliofberger , Jr.. A. Tr.

Flushing .

1,195,870

Chase N., N Y.

795,250

S. R. Weston, Sec.. Roy Gorman,A.Sec.

63,030

Principal Correspondents

Gam k lx
mem Baiu

256,530

R. T. Paine
John Winkler, Jr.

38,690

SxuritUe

Miscel-

LANIOUB

1,362,300

500,000

2,336,430

Bonds

816,090

W. S. Pettit.............. N. E. Sprague,V.P.
L. H. May
E. M. Cooke

256,720

(Borough of Queens;—Continued
Resources.

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Jamaica Branch, 16 1-10 Jamaica Ate.)e J. Walker Fulcher,
CO____♦ 1-2----------•JS1799
A. V.P.

Brooklyn Trust Co,..d®T»t§'66
♦ 1-102
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co.
♦ 1-45
*§'23
Jamaica National Bank .d®»’24
6% par 100
1-801
(163-18 Jamaica Ave.)
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WarrenB.Ashmead,
V. P. and Mgr.
.. Jesse Richards.
Mgr.
B. R. Smith_____ G. R. Hendrickson,
V.P. and Cash.
R. P. Babcock
W. H. Seldin
R.F.Telfair.A.F.P.

(Branch at 159-17
(Branch at 93-01 Sut
and Archer Ave.)
Wm. E. Kennedy..
A.M. Dunham, V. P.
J. S. Fosdick. V. P.

Jamaica Ave.)
phinBlv’d____

1

(See New York City , Borough of Manha
(See Boro ugh of Br ooklyn, N ew York City)
Wm. Peterson,
A. Sec.
C. H. Carman,A .Mgr (See New York City , Borough of Manha
H. A. Meriam_____
300,000
200,780 5,003,040
(One Bra nch)
E. H. Dawson
M. A. Kirby
|

66,300

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N. Y.

NEW YORK, N.Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O., Dixie Terminal Bldg
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

.

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‘Jamaica_____
(Continued)

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

(Borough of Queens)—Continued

(Savings Banks do not handle collections)

Liabilities.

•Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State fPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Towns.

NEW YORK CITY—Central Reserve City

(Federal Reserve District No. 2)

Resources.

Other
Paid-up Surplus
Total
Liabili­
and
Deposits
Capital Profits
ties

Jamaica Savings Bank---®§’66 Geo. S. Downing... R. W. Higbie_____ C. R. Doughty- Tr.. G. W. Smith, Sec...
R. W. Reeves,
Geo. K. Meyneu, L. B. Faber
4%
1-424
A, Sec.
V. P.
(161-02 Jamaica Ave.)
(Branch o
National City Bank________ '28

$ 3,013,580 133 202 670 $

Loans

Bonds

and

and

Miscel­
laneous
Discounts Securities Resources

25,560 $22 955 120 $11 169 970 $
(Bds. and

Principal Correspondents.
Cash A ExCHANOU'DriB
non Barks

621,080 $ 1,495,640

Mtgs.)

Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., N. Y.‘,
Brooklyn Tr. Co.. Brooklyn.

1-8

(92-11 Union Hall St.)
Queensboro Savings Bank

E.

Geo.

F. Hazleton___

1-807
©§’26 Joseph Moss, V.P. R. P. Woodin
(90-55 Sutphin Blvd.)

M.

Gross. Sec.

Savings Bk. of Central Queens H. Mollenhauer, Jr. Walter Mezick___ F. C. Nunns______
Henry Branden1-818
©§’30 John Kay, Ch,
burg
(169-03 Jamaica Ave.)

TITLE GUARANTEE &TR. CO.

(Branch)
Rolfe Floyd, Jr.,

1-106
•§ 83
(160-08 Jamaica Ave.)

A. Mgr. Bkg, Dept.

INK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Kew Gardens Bran
C0.-» —1-2_____dT*t§1799
Little Neck______ BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Little Neck Branch
Kew Gardens__

Blvd.)

632,170

48,910

132,000

42,939,550 17,702,670

1,270,460

1,171,110

295,770

436,750

1,736,870

(Bds. and
Mtgs.)

Chatham Phenix, N. Y.; Title
Gty. & Tr. Co., Corn Ex. Bk.
Tr. and Bk. of Manhattan Tr.
Co., Jamaica.

Sec.
(See New York Git V, Borou Oh of Ma nhattan)

R. A. Burdick.
A. V.

P.
A. Mgr.
G. Carl.
D. McKee, A. Mgr.
A. Mgr. Bkg. Dept.
E. J. Fahey, Mgr__
(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)___

J.

Little Neck Pkwy.)

(Douglaston P. O.)
30_____ ♦—1-2_________ •
Long Island City. Banca Commerciale It

2,463,390

86,560

Compt.

Mgr.

(See New York City

,

Borough of Manh

(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)____

Trust Co. 1-752
B©T*§
C(Ditmars Ave Br anch, 22-45 31sl St..» William Mack, Mgr .)........ ....................V
(Fiftieth & Vernon Ave.)
1 (Long Island City Branch, 29-27 41s( Ave., • W. S. Milan, V. P.)
[ (See New York Cit y, Boroug h of Man
Branch. 32-12 Broa
^ (Bliss Street Bran ch. Bliss St. and Gr een Point Are.*, C. P .McCulley. Mgr. f
,
401
Steinway
A
tie.,*
1 (Steinway Branch
JohnSchleif, Mgr. )
(29-27 41st Ave.)
J
V. (Queens Blvd. Of fice, 4723 Queens Bk d„ Eric J. Allen, Mgr.)
(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)___

Geo. F. Bahntge
Ray Palmer

1-30 (Queens Plaza)
n Ave. and 4th 8t.,
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co,
♦ 1-45
*9’53 Bridge Plaza and A cademy St.» H. F.
Broadway and Stein way Are.*) S. F. W
Benjamin Moore.. Jarvis S. Hicks___
Long island City Sav. Bank
D.G. Morrison, V.P. G. J. Ryan
IH%
1-426
d®«§
(1 Branch)
C. C. Woodruff
(Bridge Plaza, North)
Long Island National Bank .. (Taken over by Nati onal City Bank of
- __ ...
Manufacturers Trust Co—•§
♦ 1-128
(31-24 Steinway St. near
Broadway)
National City Bank of N. Y.
1-8 (Queens Plaza East)

TITLE GUARANTEE &TR.C
1-106

Maspeth_________
Metropolitan___
(Brooklyn P. O.)
Middle Village „
Ozone Park..

CO.
ANK
CO.

.♦

1-2.

MANHA1
.♦ 1-2

CO_ _ _ ♦

1-2--------- •*§]

Ozone Park National Bank
par 100 1-448
dB*
(Woodhaven Blvd. and

$95-5%

Queens Village__

V, Borou gh of Ma nhattan)
6,657,070 55,785,630

641,080

(Bds. and
Mtgs.)

Corn Ex. Bk. Tr. Co., N. Y.

N. Y. and operated as Steinway Branch Astoria, Queens, N ew York City)
, Borough of Manha ttan)

(Branch at Bridge J. H. Penchoen,

A.D. Healy, A. Mgr. C.B.Kleinschmidt, (See New York a ty, Borou gh of Ma nhattan)
A. V.P. Paul A. Formont,
A. Mgr.
A. Mgr. Bkg, Dept.
66-02
Grand
St,)....
(Maspeth Branch:
attan)....
York City , Borough
P. C. Monaghan,
Mgr.
(Metropolitan Ave. Branch: Metropolit an and Flushing, G. A. Wilson, Mgr.. (See New York City , Borough of Manh
Aves.)
Plaza North)

(Middle Village Br anch:

(South Ozone Park
)(Liberty Ave. Bra
G. F. Livett_____
(South Ozone Park

73-01

Metropo

ch, 101*1 Are. and 97
, 131-02 Rockaway Bi
nch. Liberty and 101
O.W. Svenson___
V. H. Beadle
Office, 132-02 Rocka

J.

E.

Marshall,

n<s, A. Tr)

Mgr.

(See New York City , Borough of Manh

vd.,9 John B. Lane. Mgr.)
Ares,, W. W. Auge r. Mgr.)
Elmer W. Bogert.. F. H. Twelbeck___ $

200.000

81.16C

2,494,490

186,930

1,427,640

802,410

Chase N., N. Y.

way Blvd., So. Ozon ePk.)

(Queens Village Br anch: 215-48 Jamaic

■ffi:

1-74

(Queens Village Br anch: 211th and Ja

York______1-8......... ............
(218th St. at Jamaica Ave.)

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T. H. Snedeker,
(See New
A. Mgr.
White, Mgr. Mgr.
arner. Mgr.
A. Woodbury, Sec.. R. H. Peters. A. S.
A. H. Vandewater, J. Morrison, A. Sec.
A. Sec.

Charles Windish,

Mgr

Mgr.

y, Boroug

attan).__

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NEW YORK, N.Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

1177
XXi •

dumber under Nameof BanCTstheNewTransIt Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Kand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Towns.
Richmond Hill___

•Mem.A.B.A.nNew§StatetPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.@Sav.$LastSale%Div.

President.

NEW 'YORK
(Federal Reserve District No. 2)

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST fr (Richmond Hill B rancA: 11420/amaica Are., ePhilip Espe r. Mgr._____
CO —y-2------®T»§17»9 I (Richmond Hill, S outh: Liberty Ave, an d With St.,c Joseph Busch. Mgr,
Richmond National Bank of Jacob Post,
John L. Karle___ R. M. Harris____
New York________ dB®*J’20 Ch. of Bd, and Pres.
par 20
1-440
{Two Branches)
(117-20 Jamaica Ave.)

—Central Reserve City

(Savings Banks do not handle collections)
Taabili ties.

Paid-up
Capital

Profits

Other
Total
Liabili­
Deposits
ties

Loans
AND

cbarou.Due
LANKOU8
Discounts Securities RMSOUBCE8 tbom Banks

Albert M. Thorne. $ 400,000
S 4,818,820 i
58,770 S 2,431,070 $ 2,117,750 $ 534,580 $ 326,080
N., N. Y.; Brooklyn Tr.,
{Offices at J amaica Are. at 88* h St, Woo dhaven an d Liberty Are. at 115**1 St., Chase
W. H. Goldstein
Jamaica.
Rtchm ond HiU)

578,400 10,841,100

—

7,360,800

{See New York Cit v, Borou gh of Ma nhattan)

Manufacturers Trust Oo.
♦
1-128
1»t§'05
(55-60 Myrtle Ave. Cor.
Cypress St.)
National City Bank of New {Branch Myrtle Ave. at Fresh Pond Rd.)
York--------- 1-8............. Tt§’89

{See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan).

72,800

1-443

Correspondents in the principal
cities of the world.

C. F. Tietjen, Mgr. {See New York Cit y, Boroug h of Man hattan) ..

RndolphStutimann Herman Ringe___ William Witte, TV, C. D. Zimmer. Sec.
Wm. A. Fluhr
A. Christmann,
F. F. Adel
Counsel,
(Myrtle Ave. at Forest Ave.

944,820 19,067,480

®§’21

13,624,570

5,401,750

536,380

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST {Rockaway Beach Br anch: Boulevard and G. L. Thoenebe,
T. A. Davis.
{See New York Cit y. Borou gh of Ma nhattan)
CO____________________ *11799
Beach 84th St.)
Mgr.
A. Mgr.

♦

1-2

Rockaway Beach National Bk H. G. Heyson.
1140
1-447
®*t'22

Rockaway Park__

(Par Rockaway P.
O.)

449,600 Brooklyn Tr. Co., Brooklyn; Bk.

of Manhattan Tr. Co.. N. Bk.
of Ridgewood, and Mnfrs. Tr..
Ridgewood.

and George St.)

Kockaway Beach-

674,730 Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., Rich­

1-2

Ridgewood Savings Bank

*%

3,311,160

mond Hill.

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST r {Ridgewood Branc h: 1800 Myrtle Are.)
James McCron, Jr.
CO_________________ •§1799 L {Fresh Pond: 66-5 8 Fresh Pond Road) A. W. Rehberger, M or,
A. Tr
♦

Principal Correspondents.

Bonds
AND

(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)___

Savings Bank of Richmond
Frederick Boschen John B. Reimer... R. J. Taylor, Sec.
4H% Hill—.1-442...........®t5’21 Win. H.Wade. V.P. John W. Dolan
(11602 Jamaica Ave.)
{Liberty Avenue Offi
Howard J. Sch mahl, Mgr.)
Rldgewood.

AND

(Borough of Queens)—Continued
Resources.

OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Rockaway Park
CO____________________ *§1799
1-2

itok st.o)

Albert Ringk____ George Bender.... Julius Fries______
Branch: 211 Beach Bernard Fallon,

Mgr,

Rockaway Beach National Bk. {Office at Beach ll8**i
5% par 100
1-447
d ®«t’;

Julius Fries, Mgr..

St. Albans_______ BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST {St. Albans Branch: 188-03 Central Are.) C. P. Lowerre. Jr.,
CO______________________*§’27

♦

Mgr,

1-2

Brooklyn Trust Co._____
{Hollis St. Albans Office)__________
1-102
d®T»§’66
(112-02 Farmers Blvd.

200,000

32,000

1,924,470

114,260

414,410

(See New York Cit y, Rockaw ay Beach)

(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)____
(See New York City ,Borough of Manha ttan)

Springfield_______ BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST {Springfield Branch : 136-29 Springfield Melrin Holder. Mg
CO-------------*§’1799 Blvd.)
♦
1-2
Springfield Gardens Springfield Gardens Nat’l Bank N. B. Ashmead,
Wm. B. Jones____ H. M. Renaud...
of New York__________ ®»’27 Ch, of Bd. and Pres. R. A. Murray
1175 par 100
1-810
D. Reisman

(See New York City , Borough of Manha ttan)____

WkltaateM______

(See New York Cit V, Boroug h of Man hattan) ..

(138 Springfield Blvd.)
BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST {Whitestone Branch , 13 N. ith Are.)... J. W. Stanley ,Mgr.
CO......... ♦...1-2---------- *t§1799

200,000

62,940

487,750

7,080

354,540

-

Winfield_________ BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST {Winfield Branch: Woodside Are, and John North, Mgr...
Co..........♦—1-2—®T»t§1799 68th)

(See New York Cit y, Boroug h of Man hattan) ..

Woodhaven_____

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST (Woodhaven Branch : Jamaica Ave. and G. Heinrichs, Mgr..
CO____ ♦—1-2------------*§1799 Forest Parkway)

(See New York Cit V, Borou gh of Ma nhattan)

Richmond Nat’l Bk. of N. Y. Jamaica Are. and 88<A St.______

(Branch

259,330

54,280

89,620 Chatham Phenix and Brooklyn

Tr. Co.. N. Y.

of Richmo nd HiU)..

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Chase N.. N. Y.

(See New York Cit V, Borou gh of Ma nhattan)

’25

376,370

{See New York Cit y, Borou gh of Ma nhattan)

Seaside_________ BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST {Seaside Branch: Bo ulevard and Beach Reynold L. Jordan,
(Par Rockaway P, CO.------------------------------ *§1799 104<Ji St.)
Mgr.
0.)
♦
1-2

1-440

1,219,320

Bids —Offerings—Appraisals—Information

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III.. 120 South La Salle St.

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NRW YORK
CITY---Central
Reserve
City
1
A
_
_
......___

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
pflrh hnnl- in IT S PTeliisivelv hv The Rand-McNallr Bankers*
■

Towns.

(Flushing P. 0.)

•Mem.A.B.A.nNew SSftatetPriv.
{Mem. State B. Ass'n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Kes.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
1 d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div

Liabilities.

1

President

Vice-President.

Asst Cashier.

04 SHIER.

5901 Roosevelt Ave.) M. Wm. Downing.
Mgr.

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST
CO.
♦ 1-2
26

Borough of Queens—Continued

IN Cj VV

Loans

Depos­

(See New York City

Borough of Manh attan)

$

R. W. .Tones _____ J. A. Volz ...............
Woodside National Bk..d®*’26 Wm. Heimann,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. Otto Loibl
1200-3% par 100
1-805
M. Ginsberg, V. P. H. L. Barker

Other
Liabili­

Paid-up Surplus
AND
Capital Profits

400.000 $

its

ties

297,680 $ 2,760,690 $

and
Duoouats

Resources.
Bonds
Miscel­
and

Sseuritiss

laneous

Principal

correspondents.

Oasb a Kxcbax«m,Dux
non Baker

29,810 $ 1,253,380 $ 1,737,650 1

344,500 *

152.650 Chase N. and N. City, N. Y.

(Borough of Richmond D 3)
70,270 1 981,920 $
South Shore Bank of Staten A. O. Ingram_____ F. W. Sturm.......... D. P. Clifford........ H. J. Bohlen_____ $ 109,000 J
$160-4% Island 1-459 d®»t§’23 E. A. Schnakenberg, Ch.
par 100 (3986 Amboy Rd.)
688,280
55,770
200,000
John Kaminski___
Mariners Harbor .. Mariner Harhor Nat. Bank
A. J. Grymes
$140-6% par 100 1-455
®«’06
......
F. M. Beasley,
(See New York Cit V, Borou gh
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co.
A. Mgr.
Staten Island Branch..-•§'53
♦ 1-45
(24 Bay)
Daniel Schmeidler, (See Boro ugh of Br ooklyn, N ew
Paul T. Wood.
Brooklyn
Trust
Co------ d®e§'20
Port Richmond.—
A. Sec.
A. Sec.
$275-9%
♦
1-102
par 100 (Richmond Ave.)
228,780 2,927,190
500.000
Staten Island Nat. Bk. & Tr. J. F. Smith_______ Geo. M. Matthius.. Ernest Miller........ J. A. Franklin____
J. W. Mott
J. F. Bruns
Co________ 1-452_______ »t'02
Era M. Locher
(2062 Richmond Terrace)
1-6
©T*tl812
(577 Buy St#)

♦ 1-45
(Bay & Canal)

BANK OF MANHATTAN TRUST
CO.
♦ 1-2
§1799

57,590 $

51,000

564,750

291,200

45,060

94,040 Chase N.. N. Y.: Bk. of Am. N
A. (Stapleton), N. Y.

1,056,300

170,850

574,520 Irv. Tr. Co. and Marine Midland
Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Phil. N.. Phil.

6,252,480

540,390

644,340 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr., Co., Gty.
Tr. Co., City Bk. Far. Tr. Co.
and Chase N..N.Y.

of Ma nhattan)

*
York C ity)

1,889,290

34,990

(St. George Branch; 28 Bay St.)

11,270

2,409,030 17,882,230

Wm. J. Welsh____ O. J. Thomen_____ G. O. Hall________ W. F. Butcher____
G. S. Humphrey
A. N. Motz. A. C. Gretchen Henkler

12,865,310

(See New York City , Borough of Manh attan)

Philip Licht.
Asst. Vice-Pres,

(Branch o f Stapleto n)
1-450
(19 Hyatt St.)

(Branch o f Pori Ric hmond)

and Trust Co.
•§ 26
1-452
Tottenville National Bk.d®«t'0f
$145-6%
1-456
(179 Main)
par 100
West New Brighton Richmond County Savings Bk.
1-451
©<§’86 (One Branch)
(Castleton Ave. & Taylor St.)
WestNewBrightonBk. d®*§’20
$200-8% 1-457 (280 Broadway)
par 100

B. Williams______ W L. Olsen______ W. E. Laing______

J. H. Maloy

200.000

Geo. M. Matthius, F. W. Tompkins,
Tr.
Cash, and Sec.

F. F. Leman--------- H. H. Robinson.
V. P. and Cash

100.000

PRIVATE BANKERS
ingelinoff, Alexander, 237 W. 14th St.
Cesario, Girardi & Co., 106 Bayard.
Del Papa, Michael, 147 Mott.

Market St. N.,

273,560 $

(See New York City , Borough of Manha (tan)
T.H. Spratt--------- H. H. Seguine. Mgr. James Kennedy,
Mgr.

<’03

4% 1-450 (Beach and Water)
(Ind. Sta. Stolen
Jsl. P. 0.)

Y.:

732,020 S

G. S. Holbert. Mgr. J.H. Kahrs, A.Mgr. (See New York City , Borough of Manha (tan)

BANK OF AMERICA N. A.
,,

104,260 N. City, N.
Phil.

15,250 $

(1-651)

(1-652)

De Luca. G„ & Co.. 75 Thompson.

(1-653)

1,361,560

49,350

571,420

751,000

84,320

626,890

6,446,940

2,790

4,756,450
(Bds. and
Mtgs.)

1,773,010

203,130

261,990

2,313,130

29,040

1,689,710

652,390

18,960

230,530 Chase N.. N. Y.
344,020
343,090 Chase N. and Corn Ex. Bk. Tr.
Co., N. Y.

Under Supervision ot the State of New York Banking Department.

Lordi, Rosina, 62 Mulberry, (1-676)

Palumbo and Granozzi. 185 Montrose Ave.(Brooklyn)
Pasca, Michele G., 2072 First Ave. (1-688)

Goldberger & Goodman, 120 W. 45th St.

Macy, R. H. & Co., Broadway and 34th. (1-678)
Makinen, Kalle, 2002 Fifth Ave. (1-719)

Stabile, Jerome G. and Americas 0..189 Grand.(1-696)

Legniti, Angelo, 64 Mulberry. (1-673)
Lehrenkrauss, J. & Co., 359 Fulton St., Brooklyn.*
(1-674)

Oppenheim, Harry, 390-392 Grand. (1-686)
Orbach, Faybik & Molitoris. 166 Avenue A.

Viggiani, Enrico, 354 East 116th St. (1-701)

Faour, D. J. & Bros., 85 Washington.

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

26,350

(1-658)

Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
ALL ISSUES
Private Wire Connectumt to V ! uifirA-f'itiesJIJuixujihout the Country

NEW YORK. N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.

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Complete Investment Service
UNDERWRITERS

DISTRIBUTORS

DEALERS

Commission Service in
Listed Securities
Private wires to leading financial markets

Members of New York Stock Exchange and the New York Curb Exchange
also of the Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Detroit Stock Exchanges

HORNBLOWER & WEEKS
Established

42 Broadway

1888

73 1 Fifth <•Avenue

NEW YORK CITY
BOSTON
DETROIT

NEW YORK
PROVIDENCE

CHICAGO
PORTLAND, ME.

CLEVELAND
PITTSBURGH

TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST COMPANY
CLINTON D. BURDICK, President

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 334,000,000

FREDERICK P. CONDIT, Executive Vice President

BOND AND MORTGAGE GUARANTEE COMPANY
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $21,000,000
CLINTON D. BURDICK, President

HE TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST COMPANY located in New York City insures titles

T

and makes loans on real estate in Greater New York and on Long Island. The Company also does a genera
banking and trust business and is prepared to receive accounts from out of town customers, fluffing banks and, will
render the usual services that go with this business. Its Capital and Surplus are over $34,000,000, devoted to
title insurance and banking-none of it to guaranteeing mortgages. Organized in lHtM.

HE BOND AND MORTGAGE GUARANTEE COMPANY is associated with the Title

T

Guarantee and Trust Company and the businesses are closely related and cooperative. The two companies
occupy the same offices. The Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Company guarantees the payment of principal and
interest on real estate bonds and mortgages approved by its Mortgage Comm:itme_ and most of t“
y
the Title Guarantee and Trust Company are sold under this guarantee. The Title Guarantee and T rust Company
guarantees the validity of the titles to the properties covered by the mortgages, and, protected by this insurance, the
Bond and Mortgage Guarantee Company issues to the investor its absolute guarantee of payment of principal and
interest Its Capital and Surplus are over $21,000,000, devoted solely to the guaranteeing of first mortgages in
this
ythe
thirty-nine years, it has guaranteed more than 200,000 separate mortgages aggregating in
amount over Two Billions. Of this $1,101,000,000.00 have fallen due and have been repaid without the loss of a dollar to
any investor, and $899,000,000.00 are still in force. This record is unequalled by any line of securities ever offered by
any other investment house in this country. If mortgage investments are sought there are no others so good as these.
176 Broadway, NEW YORK
6 East 45th Street
370 EartVi&h Strai*

-

175 Remsen Street and 196 Montague Street, BROOKLYN
.
Mineola, Long Island
160-08 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, L. I.
Riverhead, Long Island
Bridge Plaza North, Long Island City 56 Bay Street, St George, S. I.
BOND AND MORTGAGE GUARANTEE COMPANY

TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST COMPANY
Statement as of June 30, 1931
RESOURCES
Securities ------- $19,053,741.65
15,770,507.34
Bonds and Mortgages - - •
28,037,159.97
Loans and Discounts - • •
8,331,488.16
Company’s Offices and Misc.
10,858,055.51
Cash on hand and in Bank -


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Total - - $82,050,952.63

LIABILITIES
Capital
------Surplus and Profits
- - Due Depositors - - - - -

Certified & Officers Checks Reserve for Taxes, etc.

- -

$10,000,000.00

24,860,844.20
42,857,758.35
2,541,161.22
1,791,188.86

Total - - $82,050,952.63

Statement as of
RESOURCES
Bonds and Mortgages - - - $13,454,905.52
4,093,957.50
Stocks, Bonds and Loans
1,784,627.06
Accrued Interest and Misc. 3,304,982.88
Cash on hand - - - - 1,485,854.35
Real Estate -----Total

- $24,124,327.31

June 30, 1931

LIABILITIES
Capital.................................$10,000,000.00
Surplus and Profits - - - 12,012,935.59
Principal and Interest Collected
1,060,941.00
in advance for Clients- 1,050,450.72
Accrued Expenses and Miso. Total

$24,124,327.31

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City_Selected List^f Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.

•Mem. Am. Bits Assn.
Year
JMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabliMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished
± Mftmber Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

ORIGINATORS AND DISTRIBUTORS

Other Offices, correspondents
and Bank Depositories

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
IMem. State Bks. Assn. EstabIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn, lished
± Member Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

GODDARD & CO.

OF SOUND

GODDARD & CO., Inc., PITTSBURGH

INCORPORATED

INVESTMENT SECURITIES

44 Wall Street

Telephone Beekman 3-2470

rMaIn Office—120 Broadway.
A. J. Wright & Co., Buffalo, Roch­
Branch Offices—230 Park Ave.
ester, Toronto; Seaverns & Co., American International Corp..
Chicago; W. E. Moss & Co., De­
a
,
61st
an<i 5th Ave.
Seasonal Office—76 E. Main St., Bay Shore, troit; A. E. Masten & Co., Pitts­
< Long Island.
burgh', Montgomery Scott & Co.,
Philadelphia', Laird, Bissell &
Meeds, Wilmington.
AMES, A. E. & CO., Ltd_________ 1
(120 Broadway)
(120 Broadway)

ABBOTT, HOPPIN & CO..

Abraham & Co..

Guaranteed R. R. & Telegraph Stocks
Merger and Minority R. R. Stocks

, 63 Wall Street, New York
(Telephone Bowling Green 9-8120)

{J. B. HOW,

Resident Director_________________ A. E. Ames & Co., Toronto, Montreal,

Canadian Government, Municipal and
Corporation Bonds and Stocks.

Vancouver, Victoria, B. C. and Lon.,
Eng.; W. H. Goadby & Co., N. Y.

Members Investment Bankers Assn.ofAmerica,
Members Investment Bankers Assn.of Canada,

(39 Broadway)
Appenzellar. Allen & Hill..................± (55 Broadway)
Arnold &Co„____________________± l32 Broadway)

MEMBER OF ( 5°?*°“ S.to,c,k ^change
l New York Curb Exchange Boston Office: 70 State St.
(15 Broad)

ADAMS, L. SHERMAN -.........
. ,
(48 Wall)
Adler. Coleman & Co________

.via (Corporation Financing Fiscal Agents)..

ALDRED A CO.
(40 Wall)

(120 Broadway)

Ames Brothers__________________ ±

ADAMS & PECK-

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Allen & Co., H. L,_______________ T[ (100 Broadway)
Allen & Carstens_________
(42 Broadway)

ASIEL & CO.(11 Wall)

Securities.
N. Y. C., Telephone: Hanover 5000
-------- ±79 i1 Investment
Members New York Stock Exchange.

Chase & Co., Bos.; J. W. Gross & Co.,
-------------------------------------------------- Branch of (see) Boston.
Phil.; Minsch, Monell & Co., Inc.,
(44 Wall St.)
N. Y.; Aldred & Co., Ltd., Montreal
and London; Aldred et Cle, Paris.
Auerbach. Poliak & Richardson ...±1f (30 Pine)
Baar, Cohen & Co________________ ± (50 Broad)

ALLIED GENERAL
CORPORATION
63 Wall St.

CHASE DONALDSON. President
STERLING PILE, Executive Vice-President
KENNETH S. GASTON. Vice-President
W. FRANKLIN BEST, Treasurer

A. G. ALLYN
AND COMPANY, INC.
20 Exchange Place

• lt'12

LAWRENCE MACINTYRE, V. P.
MALCOLM N. FAY.V, P.
Bankers Trust Co., Chase N. Other Offices:
CHAS. W. YANT, V. P.
Chicago,Boston,Philadelphia,Milwaukee,
LELAND E. YEAGER, A, Sec. A A. Tr, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Detroit, San

.’28

IN VESTMENT SECURITIES

Co RP0RATI0N

L. H. SEAGRAVE_ _ _
.Pres,
L. P. CARRON. V. Pres. A Treas.
J. 0. COFF- - - - - - - - - - _Vice-Pres.
G. E. DEVENDORF__ Vice-Pres.
S. J. DICKETTS____ __Vice-Pres.

E. S. GLINES-------- ___Vice-Pres,
J. M. LEE_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _Vice-Pres.
ERWIN RANKIN______ .Vice-Pres.
S. V. JONES__________ Secretary
F. G. BADENHAUSEN........... Compt.

Both an investment company and an investment super­
visory organization for other investment companies.
It is controlled by United Founders Corporation.

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Erancisco, Buffalo, Denver, Omaha.

(SEE AMERICAN FOUNDERS
CORPORATION)

American Founders

50 Pine Street
New York

National Distributor of
Investment, Public Utility,
and Holding Company
Securities.

BABCOCK, RUSHTON & GO.

Members
New York Stock Exchange
New York—50 Broadway ±Y95
New York Curb (Associate)
Telephone: Digby 3180
Chicago—112 W. Adams St.
Chicago Stock Exchange
and 333 N. Michigan Ave.
Chicago Board of Trade
Telephone: Central 8900
Chicago Curb Exchange
Des Moines—218 Sixth Ave.
Telephone: 4-5121
Association

BACHE, J. S. & GO.

Members New York Stock Exchange and all
Head Office: 42 Broadway ______±$'02 leading Exchanges.
Uptown Offices:{ sfoa^Lexingfon Ave.
Correspondents, with private wire connec­
Brooklyn Office: 16 Court St.
tions, in all principal cities.
Chicago Office: 316 So. LaSalle St.

INVESTMENT SECURITIES
UNLISTED STOCKS, BONDS
AND BANK STOCKS
PRIVATE WIRE
CONNECTIONS IN ALL
PRINCIPAL CITIES
J. S. Bache & Co., Albany, Atlantic
City, Binghampton, Buffalo, Char­
leston, Charlotte, Detroit, Durham,
N. C„ Erie, Ft. Worth, Greensboro,
Kansas City, New Haven, Perth
Amboy, Philadelphia, Raleigh,
Rochester, Rocky Mount. San An­
tonio, Schenectady. Syracuse, Troy.
Tulsa, Utica, Watertown, WinstonSalem, Worcester.

Bainbridge & Ryan__________-----±1 (100 Broadway)
Baker. B. J. & Co.. Inc.____

(50 Broadway)

Baker, Kellogg & Co., Inc__

—1 (120 Broadway)

Bamberger Bros.__________

...±

Municipal and Land

(39 Broadway)

bank bonds

Bids—-Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.; Dixie Terminal Bldg,
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabIlMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Bankers Bond and Mortgage
Guaranty Company
of America

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year I
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
Estab- j
IMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Bankers Company of New Yorki
Conducting the security business formerly carried on by
the Bond Department of
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY
acts as underwriters and distributors of Government, State, Municipal, Railroad,
Public Utility, Industrial and Foreign Bonds, both In this country and abroad.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

521 Fifth Avenue, New York

A. A. TILNEY, Chairman

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER $11,500,000.
BANKERS BOND AND MORTGAGE GUARANTY COMPANY OF AMERICA has been organized
under the Laws of the State of Delaware and duly qualified under the Laws of the State of Penn­
sylvania to buy, underwrite and lend on first mortgage securities and on bonds and debentures
secured by first mortgages on real estate and to sell these securities with Its guaranty of the pay­
ment of the principal and Interest. The company owns and controls the following subsidiaries,
each of which Is doing a substantial amount of guaranteed mortgage business In the territory
In which it operates:

BANKERS BOND AND MORTGAGE
COMPANY
521 Fifth Avenue

BANKERS BOND AND MORTGAGE
COMPANY
1313 Walnut Street

UNITED STATES MORTGAGE i
TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY
OF N. J.
972 Broad Street

Philadelphia

New York

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

STEPHEN BIRCH
CORNELIUS N. BLISS
EDWIN M. BULKLEY
F. N. B. CLOSE
HENRY J. COCHRAN
THOMAS COCHRAN
S. SLOAN COLT
JOHN I. DOWNEY
PIERRE S. duPONT
WILLIAM EWIN6

Newark, New Jersey

B. A. TOMPKINS, President
PAUL MOORE
WALTER E. FREW
GEORGE MURNANE
S. PARKER GILBERT
DANIEL E. POMEROY
C. E. GROESBECK
HERBERT L. PRATT
JOHN W. HANES
SEWARD PROSSER
JAMES G. HARBORD
JOHN J. RASKOB
CHARLES D. HILLES
LANDON K. THORNE
FRED I. KENT
CHARLES L. TIFFANY
ALFRED L. LOOMIS
J. A. TOPPING
RANALD H. MACDONALD
ARTHUR WOODS
SAMUEL MATHER
H. C. McELDOWNEY

OFFICERS
OFFICERS

ALBERT M. GREENFIELD, Chairman of the Board
SAUL COHN, President
MAURICE L. WURZEL, Vice President
EDWARD T. WARD, Vice President
WALTER T. GROSSCUP, Secretary-Treasurer
JULES K. FRENCH, Jr. Asst. Vice President
JOSEPH F. GARVEY, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer
DIRECTORS

CLARENCE G. APPLETON j „

r

Chairman of the Board,New Jersey
National Bank & Trust Co.,
Newark

SAMUEL H. BARKER

„

r t „

.

„

„ ,

RUDOLPHJ.GOERKEo

President, City Stores Company,
New York; President, Lit Bros.,
Philadelphia

^

.

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Co.; Chairman of the Board,
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,

WILLIAM E. LEHMAN o

Fox Film Corporation, New York

ALBERT M. GREENFIELD

„

President, Commonwealth Casualty
Co., Philadelphia

President of the Company

WILLIAM FOX

J

President, A. Hollander <x Sons,
Newark, N. J.

W. FREELAND KENDRICK

..

President, Bankers Securities
Corp., Philadelphia

SAUL COHN

MICHAEL HOLLANDER

President, United States Mortgage
& Title Guaranty Company,
Newark, N. J.

WILLIAM T. POSEY

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Director—United Cigar Stores Co.
of America; Directoi—Tobacco
Products Corporation

JOHN F. SHERMAN

President, The Sherman Corp.,
Engineers, Boston, Mass.

E. A. ST. JOHN

Vice-Chairman, National Surety
Co., New York

HARRY G. SUNDHEIM „

.

Sundheim, Folz & Sundheim,
Lawyers, Philadelphia.

A. A. TILNEY, Chairman
R. C. HOGAN, Vice President
R. H. FULLERTON, Vice President
W. J. LIPPINCOTT, Vice President
PAUL SIMS, Vice President
J. H. EAGER, Vice President
J. F. GRIMM, Vice President
E. F. DUNSTAN, Vice President
G. F. TREFCER, Vice President

B. A. TOMPKINS, President
B. P. LEEB, Vice President
0. P. McCOMAS, Vice President
T. T. COXON, Asst, Vice President
R. C. MORRIS, .As*!. Vice President
W. LAUD-BROWN, Asst. Vice President
A. W. BACHMAN, Asst, Vice President
J. F. RATH, Secretary
F. A. AUER, Treasurer

SAMUEL S. THORNTON

Director, Metropolitan Trust Co.,
Philadelphia; President, ThorntonFuller Co., Philadelphia

ERNEST T. TRIGG r

President, John Lucas <t Co., Inc.;
Director, Philadelphia Rapid
Transit Company; Director, Union
Bank and Trust Co., Philadelphia

OSCAR L. WEINGARTEN

„ ,

Weingarten Bros., Inc., New York

MAURICE L. WURZEL

Vice-President of the Company;
Director, Colonial Trust Co.,
Philadelphia

Bankers Company

of

Albany
Atlanta
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Newark
Philadelphia

New York
LONDON

NEW YORK
Baltimore
Detroit
Pittsburgh

Boston
Buffalo
Hartford
Minneapolis
Rochester
St. Louis

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NEW YORK. N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg,
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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New York City—Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn. Estab"lIMem. inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

___

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

± (39 Broadway)

fC.M. Bull, Jr., J.D. Peterson, J. E. Kassebaum, S. K. Phillips & Co. and E. W. Clark
1 W.S. Hazen, S.B. Coxhead.Durno Chambers, & Co.. Phil.
J
Douglas R. Coleman
BULL & ELDREDRE_____ .......±'12 \ Stock and Bond Brokers. Members New
(20 Broad St.)
/ York Stock Exchange. Associate Members
(.New York Curb Exchange.
Bullock, Calvin____________ ........T94 (1 Wall)
Drexel & Co., Phil.; Wm. B. Nichols
& Co., Inc., Bos.

____±’27
& CO.. Til
W. E...........
*
wall)

Burnham. Herman & Co.-— ............± {Brokers)
(44 Wall)

Butler, Beading & Co..

_

------=fc (40 Wall)

Chicago—231 S. LaSalle St.
Boston—1 State St.
Philadelphia—Stock Exchange Bldg.
Pittsburgh—Union Trust Bldg.
Broadway If
Providence—Turks Head Bldg.
C. G. LEVISi Vice-Pres., Mgr- Eastern Offices
Detroit—Dime Bank Bldg.
Minneapolis—Band Tower
Underwriters, Wholesalers and Re­
St. Paul—Pioneer Bldg.
tailers of Investment Securities
Milwaukee—757 North Broadway
—Specialists in Public Utilities
Kansas City—Land Bank Bldg.
Des Moines—Liberty Bldg.
Direct Private Wires—Chicago>—New York—Boston—Philadelphia

H. M. BYLLESBY
AND GO.
Ill

Cahn & Co.. Frank B_____________ ± (120 Broadway)
Caldwell & Co. Inc., Geo. B_________ (25 Broad St.)

Pittsburgh
Wilkes-Barre
York

/PARTNERS: HUGO CASSEL, JULIUS STRUPP,
) IULIAN TRIAR, KARL NATHAN, JACOR HELLER.
t Members: New York Stock Exchange.
(.Members: New York Curb Exchange.

52 Wall
Cable Addresses “Struppyl”
or “Casselco”
Causev & Co.. James H------------------ 11.(44 Wall)

,

, ,

. .

Investment Affiliate
Central Republic Bank & Trust Co.

PHILIP R CLARKE
SAMUEL E. WHITE^™ °^L0UIS H. SCHROEDER

Vice-Chairman of the Board
Vice-Chairman of the Board
'
riRRnil F PRAY IR

Chicas°-

Preside""

WILLIAM C. GREEMAN
Senior Vice-President
Senior Vice-Prepedent
GEORGE J. SMITH, Representative, 20 Pine St.
rhira.ro
New
Pittsbureh
SANFORD OTIS
JAMES
A. CATHCART CHARLES
H. IRELAND
Chicago
New York
York
PlttSDUrgn J.Vice-President
Vice-President
Vice-President
LouiSe
GaandRapids Minneajohs EDWARD K. WELLES
WM. W. HINSHAW, JR.
HOWARD F. ALLEN

NEWTON P. FRYE

Kansas City Asst- ^'^"t^ucudivccu S'
San Francisco
OLAF T. HENRIKSEN
Comptroller

St. Paul
Portland

fin
f.ji

inn
1
ilri
UUif llllli
(42 Cedar Stre<>t)
mhirnnn)
(onicago)
Treas.
(Chicago)
G. A. CASAVANT. Sec’y {Chicago)
i
Dealers
In Public
Underwriting Distributors an
Utility, Industrial and B ullding Issues.

P. W. CHAPMAN &
Lwmtvsw
G. E. HAMLIN
ARTHUR 0. ELMES.

Chapman. Carman & Co...................... t (100 Broadway)

52

Street, 205 W. 72nd Street, 2026
Fifth Avenue.

New York Curb Exchange.

(170 Broadway)

Carlisle. Mellick & Co.,.

(15 Broad)

1

INVESTMENT AFFILIATE OF
CHATHAM PHENIX NATIONAL
BANK & TRUST CO., NEW YORK.

Carter & Co._____________________± (115 Broadway)
(37 Wall St.)

I

—

-------------

Investment Securities

Gertler, Devlet & Co.
Municipal and Land Bank Bonds

https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

..rr

a

Carreau & Snedeker......... .................. ± (63 Wall)
Branch of (see) Baltimore.

BRANCH OFFICES
Chase Harris Forbes Corporation,
Boston; Harris, Forbes & Co.,Ltd.,
Montreal; Chase Harris Forbes,
Ltd., Lon.; Chase Harris Forbes &
Cie., Paris.

CHATHAM PHENIX CORPORATION1
149 Broadway

_»± (50 Broadway)

L. S. CARTER & CO., Inc__________________ /W. M. BELLAMY. Res. V P

uxtuxm c cua«>
NATHAN
S..SHARP

Mgr, Municipal Dept,

OTHER OFFICE: Chicago.
Representatives:—Grand Rapids, Mich., New Orleans, La., Milwaukee, Wis., Minneapolis, Minn.,
Kansas City, Mo., St. Louis, Mo., Cleveland, Ohio,
San Francisco, Cal., Los Angeles, Cal., Seattle, Wash.,
Portland, Me., Pittsburgh, Penn.
Gen'l Sales Mgr., E. S. LARSEN. F. P.
New York Sales Manager, H. G. DE VAN
Mgr. Trading Dept., R. H. GAREY
Wire System—Own
Phone John 2107

/LLOYD W. SMITH. Ch. Gov. Bd.
JOHN R. MACOMBER. Ch. Bd. Dir.
„ ]E. CARLETON GRANBERY. V. Ch. Bd. Dir.
CHASE HARRIS FORBESC0RP. -»Ti < HALSTEAD G. FREEMAN. Ch. Exec. Comm.
Branch, Office: Middletown, N. Y.
CAREY, H. T. & CO.---------------- *±-----------------60 Cedar Street
) HARRY M. ADDINSELL. Pres.
(50 Broadway)
f JOHN P. RINCKHOFF, Tr. and Asst. Sec.
MEMBERS: New York Stock Exchange, BRANCH OFFICES: 140 W. 57th
^WALTER W. DOWNING, Sec. and Asst. Tr.

Carlisle & Co.. Inc., F. L.„„

*V

‘

± (111 Broadway)

Callaway. Fish& Co___ ________ «±1 (15 Broad)
Campbell & Co., H. G_____________± (149 Broadway)

GARLETON & MOTT

Scranton
Wilmington
Elmira

GASSEL, STRUPP & GO , J

St. Louis
Omaha

Butler. Herrick & Marshall.............. ± (24 Broad)

OTHER OFFICES
Philadelphia

±T72

Investment Securities

T

BURR, GEORGE H.&C0.<

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

(1 Wall Street)
(400 Madison Ave.)
MEMBERS NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA
STOCK EXCHANGES
UNDERWRITERS, WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS OF

CENTRAL REPUBLIC COMPANY1

r
Geo. H. Burr & Co., Chi., Bos., Hart.,
1 Commercial Paper.
Lon., England and Paris, France. Geo. H.
Underwriters and Distributors Burr, Conrad & Broom, Inc., San F., Los
1.
of
Investment
Securities.
A., Pasadena, Seattle, and Spokane.
»T05

57 William St.

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

CASSATT & GO.

_____ ± (71 Broadway)

BURNETi
dukhc

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn. EstabIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Chauncey & Co..

BOSTON
CHICAGO
CINCINNATI
des moines

KANSAS CITY
MINNEAPOLIS
PHILADELPHIA
ST. LOUIS

61 Broadway)

MUNICIPAL AND STATE BONDS
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

1183

New York City

• Mem.Am. Bks.A’n.
IMem.StateBks.A’n.
HMem.Inv.Bks.A'n.
±Mem. Local Stock Ex.

Year
Estab-

Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.
Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange .Memberships

lished

Other offices
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories

___ ±

Year
Estab­
lished

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

CONTINENTAL ILLINOIS
COMPANY, INC. ,

Chisholm & Chapman------------------- ± (52 Broadway)

Clark & Co.. Jno. F.__

•Mem.Am.Bks.A’n.
tMem.State Bks.A’n.
HMem.Inv. Bks.A’n.
±Mem. LocalStock Ex.

(27 William)

20 Pine Street

Other Offices
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories.

Investment Securities

Resident Officers

JOHN H. STEWART, Vice-President
W. R. BENNETT, SecondVice-President

Main Office: Chicago

Telephone: John 4-3700

CLARK, CHILDS & CO..
(11 Broadway)

Cl ARK, SHOE & CO...
(61 Wall)

-±»tV47 (Investment Securities)............................

COMPLETE BROKERAGE SERVICE

Clews & Co., Henry._
1-488

(7-9-11 Broadway)

Clucas & Co.. E. W.-

(60 Wall)

460 Park Ave„ New York, N.Y.
744 Broad St., Newark, N. J.
152 Market St., Paterson, N. J.

Coombe. Kerr ft Pratt

-4-

Corlies & Booker_______

± (60 Broad)

Cowen & Co.
. ____
.. . 4Curtis & Sanger...............................
Cusick, Kent & Co.. P. F._________ ±
Dane & Co._____________________ ±
Davis & Co., Fellowes__________ ±’73
Davis & Co.. J. W___
___
Davis & Co.. Morgan_____________±
Day & Co.. R. L............................. t±T65
DeCoDDet & Doremns
_.
4-

(120 Broadway)
(49 Wall)
(39 Broadway)
(111 Broadway)
(52 Broadway)
(111 Broadway)
(15 Broad)
(14 Wall)____
(42 Broadway)

de Cordova & Bro.. Cyril__________„±
Degener & Co. ______ _________ ±'oi
DeHaven & Townsend
_ _ 4Delafleld & Frothineham
4-

(25 Broad)
(71 Broadway)
(52 Broadway)
(120 Broadway)

R. L. Day & Co., Bos., Springfield,
and New Haven.

Coffln ft Burr, Inc._______
(26 Broadway)

(/sMtaMit Bond*).

Coggeshall & Hicks.

(Ill Broadway)

De Saint Phalle & Co. __ _
4- (11 Broadway)................................
Dewey, Bacon & Co______________ ± (50 Broadway)

Other office in Philadelphia.

Cohen & Streusand.

(52 Wall)

DILLON, READ

Dillon, Read & Co., Chi., Bos., and
Phil.; Dillon, Read Corporation,
Lon., Eng., and Paris, France.

Colgate & Co.. James B-------

__ ±

COMMERCIAL CREDIT
CORPORATION

A. E. DUNCAN,Cho/Bd. J. E. MILLER.P.P. Subsidiaries; Continental Guaranty
H. L. WYNEGAR,Pres. J. A. PARSONS.V PCorporation of Canada, Ltd., Mon­
C. L. MATHEWS,D. R. DILLS, Sec.
treal, Canada.
J. PETERS, JR.,V7"- P. WM. M. WETZEL,Tr. Affiliations: Commercial Credit Com­

Capital, Surplus and Profits $10,959,870
See Bank List.

(56 Wall St.)
(Ill Broadway)

Gertler, Devlet & Co.
Municipal and Land Bank Bonds

https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

&
(28 Nassau)

(44 Wall)

COMMERCIAL BANKERS.
PURCHASE MOTOR AND
(Pershing Square Building) *’16 INDUSTRIAL INSTALMENT
RECEIVABLES, OPEN
(100 E. 42d St.)
ACCOUNTS, ETC.

Content & Co.,H

Coffin & Burr, Inc., Bos.

pany, Baltimore.
Commercial Credit Co., Chicago,
Ill.
Commercial Credit Company, Inc.,
New Orleans, La.
Kemsley, Millbourn & Co., Ltd.,
New York.

DISCOUNT
CORPORATION
OF
NEW YORK
(58 Pine)

Affiliated with Commercial National
Bank & Trust Co. of N. Y.

10% par 100 1-804 «t§’19

GO.

Investment Securities________

*V05

JOHN McHUGH, Ch. of Bd.
E. C. WAGNER, Pr«.
D. H. MILLS, V.P.and Sec.
M. G. BRIGGS, v.p.
C. W. BELMER, V.P.

E. E. ANDERSON, Tr.
R. M. COON, A. Tr.
H. N. REPP, A. Tr.
THOMAS G.SCHAEDLE, A.Tr.
JOHN L. MAC FARLANE.

A. Tr.

Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., Bkrs. Tr.
Co., Chase N., Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Corn Ex. Bk. Tr. Co., Gty. Tr. Co.,
N. City, N.Y. Tr. Co., Cent. Han. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Irving Tr. Co., and J. P.
Morgan & Co., N. Y.; 2nd N., Bos.;
Cont. III. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.

This Corporation discounts approved bankers
acceptances and trade acceptances with
bank endorsement at current market rates.

Capital, Surplus
and Profits, $9,900,786.92

Quotes spot and forward rates on application.

DIRECTORS

Buys and sells United States Certificates of GEORGE W. DAVISON J.P. MORGAN
Indebtedness, Treasury Notes, and other WALTER E. FREW
SEWARD PROSSER
short term government securities.
JOHN McHUGH
GORDON S. RENTSCHLER
CHARLES H. SABIN
Receives funds repayable on demand or at fixed DUDLEY H. MILLS
maturity against the security of bankers CHARLES E. MITCHELL ERNEST C. WAGNER
acceptances or government obligations.
ALBERT H.WIGGIN

Private Wire Connections to Principal
Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

1184

New York City—Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn. EstablIMem.Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
SPECIALIZING IN INVESTMENT
TRUSTS

DISTRIBUTORS GROUP,
INCORPORATED..........

63 Wall St.

DOHERTY & COMPANY,
HENRY L. 60 Wall Street

DOMINICK
& DOMINICK
(115 Broadway)
»±1

Other Offices, correspondents
and Bank Depositories

(61 Broadway)

Feitner & Co., Q. F._____________± (49 Wall)
Fenner & Beane.— „ ______ ± (60 Beaver)
T20 INVESTMENT SECURITIES.......................... Field. Glore & Co., Chicago.

FIELD. GLARE A CO
38 Wall

Filer & Co.................... ..................... ± (39 Broadway)
Filor. Bullard & Smyth__________ ± (39 Broadway)

EASTMAN, DILLON & CO.

Finch, Wilson & Co.__________ ±’16 (120 Broadway)
±i

(120 Broadway)

MEMBERS NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, CHICAGO AND PITTSBURGH
STOCK EXCHANGES; NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE. N
OTHER OFFICES:
CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA, READING, SCRANTON, ALLENTOWN AND TRENTON.

FIRST DETROIT COMPANY
INCORPORATED

INVESTMENT UNIT
DETROIT BANKERS COMPANY

MEMBERS OF FIRM
and Chase N„ N.Y.; Eldredge
SENECA D. ELDREDGE
THOMAS. E. STONE. JR. N.&City
Co., Bos. and Chi.

119

Electric Bond & Share Co.--------------1

{

HARLEY A. WATSON
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.

Elias & Co., Albert J.-------------------± (2 Rector)
Eliott & Co., Gilbert-------------------- ± (20 Broad)
Ely & Son________ ________ -......... ± (11 Broadway)
Engel & Co.____________________ ± (61 Broadway)
Equitable Mtge. & Title Guarantee Co.. (120 Broadway)

1

(20 Exchange Place)
WARREN J. HOYSRADT, Resident Vice President
HAMILTON HADDEN, Resident Vice President

Edge & Co.. C. N________________ ± (20 Exchange Place)

ELDRED6E(48 Wall)
& CO.

Irv. Tr. Co. and Chase N., N. Y.

*'06

111 Broadway

(71 Broadway)
DuBosQue. George & Co.---------------± (52 Wall)
(60 Broad St.)

Fahy & Co., Walter J.__________ ± (44 Pine)
(Members: New York Stock Exchange, Branch Offices: Minneapolis, St.
FARNUM, WINTER & CO................. ± J, New York Cotton Exchange, Chicago Paul, Milwaukee, St. Joseph, Mo.,
( Stock Exchange,Chicago Board of Trade. Kansas City.
141 Broadway

FARSflN. SON A CO

DRYSDALE & CO.—---------------------- ±

Dyer. Hudson & Co._______

Evans, Stillman & Co___ ______ ±’12 (14 Wall)
Fahnestock & Co...............................± (1 Wall)

Faroll Brothers_______ ___ ____ ± (50 Broadway)

Drayton, Penington & Colket--------± (Ill Broadway)

Dunscombe & Co.______

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Dominick & Dominick, Cincinnati
and Dayton, O.
Farr & Co.---------------------------- ±’20 (90 Wall)

MEMBERS................
New York Stock Exchange.
Cincinnati Stock Exchange.
New York Curb Exchange.

(1 Wall)

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Gty. Tr. Co. and Bk. of America Estabrook & Co................... ....... ±Y51 (40 Wall)
N. A., N. Y.

Branch Office* in Albany, Kansas City, Boston, Buffalo, Chieage, Cincin­
nati, Cleveland, Detroit, LouietiUe, Minneapolis, Philadslphia,
Pittsburgh,
St. Louis,
Toledo, Joplin, Hartford,
Dallas, Denver, Oklahoma City, Wichita, St, Joseph,
Washington, D.C., Spokane, Dee Moines, Omaha,
Houston, London, England,

Duff (J. Robinson) & Co..

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn. EstabiMem.Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

UNDERWRITERS AND DISTRIBUTORS
OF MUNICIPAL AND CORPOR­
ATION BONDS.
DETROIT
LOS ANGELES

Other Offices
CHICAGO
BOSTON
SAN FRANCISCO

Chairman of the Board

President

BERNARD W. TRAFFORD

PHILIP STOCKTON

Executive Vice Presidents
EDWIN R. MARSHALL, Boston
ALLAN M. POPE, New York

THE

FIRST NATIONAL
OLD COLONY
CORPORATION
(100 Broadway) T18

Eric & Drevers____ ___________ -±s10 (21 E. 40th)
Ernst & Co___ __________________± (115 Broadway)

JAMES COGGESHALL, JR„N. Y. fILLI AM EDMUNDS, Boston WILLIAM H.POTTER. JR., Boston
few York
EVIL FORD. New York
C. T. W. TIGH. New York
EUGENE I. COWELL, New
.PARKER KUHN,New
NewYork
York ARTHUR
ARTHUR.TURNER,
C. TURNER. New York
FrwTNCHESTER DEN 10, Boston R.PARKER
LMEREDITHMAXSON.N.y. HERBERT T. C. WILSON, Boston
JOHN W. EDMUNDS. Boston
Secretary

Treasurer

ARTHUR B. KENNEY. Boston
ALFRED A. GERADE, Boston
INVESTMENT BANKERS
United States Government,Municipal,Public Utility, Railroad, and other Investment Bonds
and Notes; Bankers’ Acceptances, Bank, Insurance Company and other Investment Stocks
Direct Private Wires to Principal Cities.

Affiliated with The First National Bank of Boston, The First National Old
Colony Corporation, Head Office, Boston. Branches: Chicago, Philadelphia,
Cleveland, Baltimore, St. Louis, Kansas City, Washington, Providence, Atlan­
ta, Worcester, Pittsburgh, Portland, Me.. Rochester, Rutland, Hartford,
Springfield, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Ore., and Seattle.

(120 Broadway)

Gertler, Devlet & Co.
Municipal and Land Bank Bonds

https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

United States Territorial

bonds

Bids —Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

1185

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•Mem. Am. Bits. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabTfMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
listed.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

FIRST NATIONAL ST. LOUIS CORPORATION,
(20 Pine Street)

—

—

Telephone John 4-1140

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Correspondent of
First National Company,
First National Bank
St. Louis, Missouri

ROY W. MAULE, Vice President
INQUIRIES INVITED
Originators and Distributors of Investment Securities
in the Mississippi Valley and the Southwest.

HARRY C- HARTKOPF, Vice President

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem.State Bks. Assn.
EstabtMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Fried & Co., Albert_______________± (120 Broadway)
Gaines, Droge & Co., Inc.________

(12 E. 41st St.)

GATZERT COMPANY.......

B. S. LICHTENSTEIN. Resident Manager______ Guaranty Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Cont. Ill.
Telephone Andrews 4126

(40 Wall St.)

(Rra,nch of Chicago; other offices in Los Angeles.
Oklahoma City, and Milwaukee)
Gay & Co.. W. O._________________ (27 William)

BERNARD W.TRAFFORD, Ch. of Bd.
PHILIP STOCKTON • - Pres.
EDWIN R. MARSHAL- Ex.V.P.
Ex. V. P.
ALLAN M. POPE
- V. P.
C. T. W. TIGH - V. P.
J. C. MONTGOMERY
- Sec’y
A. B. KENNEY
L. MEREDITH MAXSON - Treas.

THE FIRST OF
BOSTON CORPORATION
100 Broadway, N. Y.

Foster & Adams.

The First of Boston Corporation,
with offices at 100 Broadway, N.
Y. City, is a wholly controlled sub­
sidiary of The First National Bank
of Boston. It is in a position to
handle foreign transactions as
effectively as they are handled
through the Head Office of the
bank in Boston.

GENERAL MOTORS
ACCEPTANCE
CORPORATION

DIRECTORS

fiV"™'

IIP Mss.
tram"-

U POUT
SER
. JN. JR.
IL0AN,
JR.
•«!

irate™
Foster & Friede

G.ff. BARTHOLOMEW. Sec.

(11 Wall)

Bk. & Tr. Co., 1st N., Straus N.,
and Cent. Rep. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Chi.; Calif. Bk. and Un. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Los A.; Secur. N„ Okla. City.

ASSETS
Cash.....................................$59,117,655
Notes and Bills Receiv­
A-MAYNE. CA. 0fBd. A- H. SWAYNE,
able...................................330,032,328
Ch. of Board, Accounts
Receivable........ 1,006,849
BROWN
Investments....................... 8,012,396
Other Resources............... 2,623,648
,V'F'
v. p.
OFFICERS

(Gea’l Motors Bldg. Broadway at
57th St.)
•'19
Member Amer. Bkrs. Assn.

(120 Broadway)

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Comptroller and Auditor,

LIABILITIES
Capital................................$50,000,000
Surplus and Profits......... 29,845,296
Ten Year Sinking Fund
Gold Debentures.......... 42,951,000
5% Serial Gold Notes___ 25,000,000
Notes & Bills Payable....219,520,857
Accounts Payable............ 6,150,600
Other Liabilities.............. 27,325,117
Principal Banks throughout the
world.

Fox. O’Hara & Co________________ ± (60 Broad)

/HAROLD D. WHITCOMB. Mgr.

PORTER, FOX & CO., Inc.-

(50 Pine St.)

t. Telephone
Telephc
John 4-2757

Porter, Fox & Co..Inc., Chi. and San
Gilchrist. Bliss & Co..
F.

FRANK & CO., ARTHUR E.

(120 Broadwray)

Goadby & Co.. W. H.______________ ± (120 Broadway)

(100 Broadway)

Frausioli & Wilson_____

STANHOPE S. GODDARD, Ch. of Bd. and Pres,
HUBERT F. ATWATER, V. P. (N. Y.)

(141 Broadway)

GODDARD & CO.,
w" de"BUFFINGTON,
iloeb JR., v. p
UUIJ |nc. JOSEPH

Affiliated Office in Pittsburgh.

P. (Pittsburgh)

(44 Wall St.)

FREEMAN & COMPANY
(30 Pine Street)

E<,U,PMINT BONOS

’06

THOMAS 0. COWDREY, v. P. (Pittsburgh)
J. HARRY THOERNER, Sec, and Treas, (N, F.)

(SEE HEAD OF LIST)

Irr. Tr. Co., Bk. of N. Y. A Tr. Co.,
Chase N., Guaranty Tr. Co.,Bkrs.
Tr. Co., and Chemical Bk. & Tr.
Goldman. Sachs & Co__________ »±K (30 Pine)
Co., N. Y.
Goodbody & Co._________________ ± (115 Broadway)

Gertler, Devlet & Co.
Municipal and Land Bank Bonds


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Joint Stock Land Bank Bonds
Bids

Offerings—Appraisals—Information

Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bids.
CINCINNATI. O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

1186

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•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year |
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstablIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange
1

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

____±

(115 Broadway)
Graham, Parsons & Co., Phil.

Graham, Parsons & Co—
(48 Wall St.)

(342 Madison Ave.)
Office, 105 W. Monroe St.)
Charles W. Vail, Jr.,
Chicago Representative

(iChicago

(44 Wall St.)

d

ALBERT Z. GRAY
LUCIUS WILMERDING
NORMAN C. DAVIDSON
C. DOUGLAS GREEN
R. B. MONTGOMERY
WALTER F. WYETH

Branch Offices: 84 State St., Boston,
Mass.; Gulf Bldg.. Houston, Texas;
Woodward Bldg.,Birmingham. Ala.;
Candler Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.; Rey­
nolds Bldg., Winston-Salem, N C.;
Special May Bldg., Charleston, W. Va.;
Hotel Reich Bldg., 115 S. 7th St.,
PARKER,
Special Gadsden, Ala.; First Nat 1 Bank
Bldg.. Tuscaloosa, Ala.
MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange, Boston
Stock Exchange, New York Curb
Exchange.

FRANCIS A. HOW
E. H. MONTGOME
HARRYT.BYRN
C. M. WILMERDING,

jr

JAMES A.

.-•±11 (100 Broadway)

Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., Bnkrs. Tr
Co., Harriman N. Bk. & Tr. Co.
and Chase N., N. Y.

+•15 (37 Walll

Advisory Board
Geo. W. Cobb, Ch. of Bd.
Pierce Archer, Jr., Phil.
Howard Elting, Chi.
A. Rosecrans Baldwin, Chi.
Herbert L. Satterlee, N. Y.
Henry P. Talmadge, N. Y.
Industrial Mergers; Reorganizations, FI Benjamin L. Wincheli
nancing; Management; Analyses of In­
dustries; Investigations and Reports on
Specific Situations; Purchases and Sales
of Businesses; Negotiations for the Sale
and Licensing of Patents and Formulas;
Conduct of Business and Financial Ne­
gotiations for Principals; Representa­
tion of Financial Interests in Industrial
Managements; Practical Aid to Execu­
tives in Solution of Problems, etc.; In­
dustrial Designing.

Halladay & Co. —------------------------- ± (14 Wall)
Halle & Stieglitz------------------------*± (25 Broad)

__ . ± (60 Broadway)

HALL6ARTEN & CO.

GUARANTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK-.

E. M. BENTLEY, Treas. w. R. NELSON, Sec.
Second Vice-Presidents

NEW YORK CITY,

31 Nassau St.
Fifth Ave. at 44th St.
Madison Ave. at 60th St.
Charles H. Sabin, Chairman of Board.
Joseph B. Swan, President
Vice-President: Burnett Walker
Vice-Presidents

ci!w,ws,
H m
&all mems8§amvfflE
JOHN D. HARRISON FRANK P. SHEPARD

' J. Allen Haines, Ch. of Bd, and President
i Hamilton B. Bole, Vice Pres, and Treasurer
Edward Bowditch, V. Pres, and Secretary
John Esher Knobel, Vice-President
I James L. Rodgers, Vice-President
' Peter Greig, Vice-President
, Robert Finlay, Asst. Vice-Pres.

Hale, Waters & Co., Bos., Chi., and
Hale. Waters & Co.-----------------------H (50 Broadway)___________________________
Phil.
(90
Broad)
Hall & Co.. Myron S.--------------------- ±

____± (49 Wall)

Gruntal & Co-

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank depositories

Gurnett & Co.-----------------------------± (39 Broadway)

HAINES, SPEHC^A CHANCELLOR,

GRAY & WILMERDING

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Gude. Winmill & Co------------------ ±’07 (1 Wall).................................................................- Chase N., N. Y.

Goodhart & Co.. P. J.--------------------± (24 Broad)

Gordon & Whitney .

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabIfMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

R E. WHITTLESEY

J. J. BUCKLEY
H. K. FARRAR
,
(Chicago Office)
FREDERICK A. KRAYER
JAMES N. LAND
H. GARNETT PITTS
EDWARD STAIR

ALBERT W. TWEEDY

(Boston Office)

Hfefflfilfrui

JTwXtV

J. K. MOFFETT. Mgr., Fifth Ave. Off.
F. H. DYCKMAN. Manager, London Office

Offices In principal cities throughout the United States.

±*T50

(44 Pine)

INVESTMENT
SECURITIES

Hallgarten & Co., Chi. and London.

r MEMBERS NEW YORK AND PITTS­

HALSEY & CO. C. D--------- ± 94

BURGH STOCK EXCHANGES, NEW
[YORK CURB EXCHANGE.

Branches in Pittsburgh, Boston
and Atlantic City.

(90 Broad)
Halsey & Co., Inc., R. W.---------------K (120 Broadway)

HALSEY, STUART & GO.
(INCORPORATED)
(35 Wall)

C. B. Stuart, V. P. and Res. Mgr..

INVESTMENT BONDS

Halsey, Stuart & Co., Chi., Phil.,
Bos., Det., Clev., St. L., Minpls.
Mil., and Pitt.

(Telephone Whitehall 4-4400)

V01

Halsted and Harrison-------------------± (1 Wall)
Hamershlag, Borg & Co...........................±(39 Broadway)

GUARDIAN DETROIT COMPANY PELHAM C. WILMERDING,
INCORPORATED «

V.P.

Unit of

(120 Broadway)

Branch of Detroit—with other
office In Chicago.

Hano. Wasserman & Co----Harde & Sharp----------------

GUARDIAN DETROIT UNION GROUP

Hardy & Co.--------------------

Incorporated

Harp. Tierney & Co.--------

Municipal and Land Bank

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Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.

Hannahs. Ballin & Lee----------- ——H
(115 Broadway)

__ ±
__ ±
__ ±
__ ±

(26 Broadway)
(1 Wall)
(11 Broadway)
(39 Broadway)

bonds

Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK. N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

.

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•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
Estab
IMem. Inv. Bks. Assn,
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange.

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices, correspondent;
and Bank depositories.

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabItMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

'Partners: Henry W. Bull, E. Buffinton, 0.

HARRIMAN & CO

(1111 Broadway)
Bi
Transact a general brokerage
and Stock Exchange business.

Harris & Fuller..

BRANCH OFFICES
Heald & Co..........................................._f (100 Broadway)
Harriman, G. B. Chipman, George F. Bren­
nan, C. W. Karb, William E. Jones, Jr., Hotel Biltmore, 341 Madison Ave
New
York;
Washington,
D.
C
'William J. Cunningham.
Providence, R. I.; Wilmington
I MEMBERS OF NEW YORK STOCK
Delaware: Paterson, N. J.; Balti­
more, Md.; Westchester Country
f EXCHANGE.
4S Wall St.. New York
Club,
Rye, N. Y., Richmond, Va
'New York Exchange—Tel. Rector 2-2740
Foreign Exchange
Import and Export Letters of Credit
Travelers Cheques and Credits
Orders executed on New York Stock Exchange
and in Foreign Markets
(120 Broadway)

HEIDELBAGH, IGKELHEIMER & CO*”

SAFE BONDS FOR INVESTMENT.

CSS Cedar St.)

HARRIS, UPHAM & GO.

Members New York Stock Exchange. Branches In Albany, Allentown, Al­
Underwriters and Distributors of Invest­ toona, Boston, Bridgeport. Buffalo,
ment Securities.
Cleveland. Elmira, Erie, Hagers­
(15 Broad St.)
ilt’15
town, Harrisburg, Hartford, Ithaca,
Lancaster. Montreal, Philadelphia,
Pittsburgh, Pottsville, Syracuse,
Toronto, Trenton, Washington,
Henderson & Co.......... .............
± (40 Wall)
Wilmington. Correspondents in 25
other cities.
Henderson & Sons, Charles F._____ ± (100 Broadway)

HEMPHILL, NOYES & GO.

Telephone: John 4-4220

THE N.W. HARRIS COMPANY-

±•’07

Branch Offices: Chicago, Ill., Charleston, W. Va., Duluth.
Minn., Evansville, Ind., Independence, Kan., Miami Beach,
Fla., Kansas City, Mo., Minneapolis, Minn., Milwaukee, Wis.,
(11 Wall) Hanover 2-6400
Montreal, Que., Oklahoma City, Okla., Palm Beach, Fla.,
Members: New York Stock Exchange, New York Bartlesville, Okla., Indianapolis, Ind., Rockford, Ill., St.
Cotton Exchange, New York Curb Exchange, Chicago Paul, Minn., Tulsa, Okla., Wichita, Kan., White Sulphur
Board of Trade.

Hendrickson & Co________________± (61 Broadway)
Hentz & Co.. H________

± (60 Beaver)

Herrick, Berg & Co____ __________ ± (40 Wall)
Harris Winthrop & Co,.

See Winthrop Mitchell dk Co,, Harris, Upharn & Co., Dissolved December 12, 1929.

Harriss & Vose_________________

(60 Beaver)

Herzfeld & Stern_______________ ± (40 Exchange Place)

HIBERNIA SECURITIES CO., INC. - *1
(165 Broadway)

i WILLIAM A. DIETZ, Mgr.______ _________

Investment Securities.
High Grade Investment Securities, Com- See Head Office at New Orleane.
- merclal Paper, Bankers Acceptances.

Hart & Co., Neville G.........................± (111 Broadway)

rl. J. DOYLE. Pres.......M. J. HICKEY. Jr., v. P._ Chase N„ Mfrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.;
I J. F. HICKEY, v P
J. J. 0 C0NN0R. '
Continental Illinois Bank & Trust
Hartshorne. Fales & Co.................

HATHAWAY & CO_ _ _ _

(49 Wall)

Haupt & Co., Ira.

HICKEY, DOYLE & CO., Inc. —...... .

(71 Broadway)

(67 Wall)
(Chicago Office: 39 So. La Salle St.)

(H.
C Smith, S. S. Hathaway, A. E. Hamill, Hathaway & Co., Chi., Bos., St. L.
H. C.
•74 < J. N. Thorne, John McCarthy, A. M. Ellert, San F., and elsewhere.
Hill & Co.. Charles W..............._±T16
(A- w Eddy, and G. B. Wallace, Partners,
COMMERCIAL PAPER AND
Hill, Joiner & Co.. Inc.___________ ^
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
Hilson & Neuberger............................ ±
(39 Broadway)
Hirsch, Lilienthal & Company_____ ±

(N. Y.)
Sec. and Tr,
Traders In Unlisted Securities.

Co., Harris Trust & Savings Bank,
First National Bank, Chicago.

-Private wires to leading financial centers.
(2 Wall)
(48 Wall)
(100 Broadway)
(165 Broadway)

Hiscoe & Co., R. V._______________ ± (111 Broadway)

HAYDEN, STONE & GO.
(25 Broad)
±»T»2
Suggestions cheerfully given for
careful Investments In Bonds
and Stocks of Merit.
Cable address “ Haystone”

CHARLES HAYDEN
RICHARD F. HOYT
CLARKSON POTTER
J. A. DOWNS
PRESCOTT BIGELOW
CHARLES M.CONNFELT FRANK E. GERNON
LESTER WATSON
FRED H. BAIRD
JOHN R. DILLON
CLAUDE W. PETERS

Gertler, Devlet & Co.
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MEMBERS OF
New York Stock Exchange,
New York Cotton Exchange,
New York Coffee and Sugar
Exchange, Boston Stock Ex­
change, Chicago Board of
Trade.
OTHER OFFICES
Boston,
Portland, Me.,
Springfield, Mass.

Hitt, Farwell & Co---------------------

(48 Wall St.)

HOAGLAND, ALLUM & CO.1

I, Pres.

and Tr.

NEW YORK 3|aEn“he;"S6«- Incorporated

Federal Land Bank

HENRY A. ENGEL, oec.

bonds

Bids—Offerings—-Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

INVESTMENT SECURITIES
14 So. La Salle St.
CHICAGO
Franklin 0220
Established 1909

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON. Mass.. 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bide.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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•Mem. Am. Bks. Assu.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices
Correspondents and
Bank depositories.

Hoge. Underhill & Co........................ ± dll Broadway)
C Members: New York Stock Exchange, New J. H. Holmes & Co., Pittsburgh,
( York Curb Exchange, Pittsburgh Stock Greensburg, Franklin and McKeesHOLMES, J. H. & CO----- -------- ±1 < Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, Phil- port, Pa.; Detroit, Mich,
(120 Broadway)
J adelphia Stock Exchange, Detroit Stock
(.Exchange.

Year
Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
ESTAB-I
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
LISHED
"IMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

INDUSTRIAL ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION

Homans & Co____ ______________ ± (2 Wall)

HORNBLOWER
& WEEKS
(42 Broadway)

±.T88

(731 Fifth Ave. at 57th)

INVESTMENT SECURITIES

Members American Bankers Association
MEMBERS OF THE
New York, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and
Detroit Stock Exchanges and the New York and Chicago
Curb Exchanges.
DIRECT

Offices In Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland,
Pittsburgh, Providence and Portland, Maine.

GRAYBAR BUILDING, 420 LEXINGTON AVENUE
TELEPHONE MOHAWK 4-1900
CABLE ADDRESS, INDALCOR

CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND RESERVES OVER $11,960,299.00

PRIVATE
WIRES

OFFICERS

JOHN RIQUET, Assistant Vice-President
FRED A. COLLMAN, Assistant Vice-President
A. H. DIXON, Assistant Treasurer
FREDERICK R. KILLEEN, Assistant Treasurer
WILLIAM A. WEAVER, JR., Assistant Treasurer
W. H. DAMOUR, Assistant Treasurer
WILLIAM L. BRENNAN, Assistant Secretary
M. LAWRENCE WILLSON, Assistant Secretary
L. F. SNIFFIN, Assistant Secretary

Horton & Co.. H. L--------------------- ± (1 Wall)

ARTHUR J. MORRIS, President
PERCY M. HALL,. Vice-President and Chairman of

Hoyt & Co.. Colgate_____________ ± (14 Wall)

CLINTON T. MILLER, Vice-President and General

Hume & Thompson______________ ± (60 Broadway)

CHARLES L. WILLIAMS, Vice-President and Counsel
FRANK J. SCOTT, Vice-President and Comptroller
AUSTIN L. RABCOCK, Vice-President
H. F. STEVENSON, Treasurer
J. A. BANCROFT, Secretary
SATTERLEE & CANFIELD, General Counsel
R. RANDOLPH HICKS, Attorney

Finance Committee
Manager

RUTH & (63CO_
___ Wall)

LIIITTnil

HU

0 Pfl

UN Ul
uUii
VU WWIJ

IIUIIUIl

C c
Li
r.
*-■ '

(61 Broadway)

D. H. G. Penny, K. Glaesser, Fredk. Huth &
Co., London, Partners,
Commercial Letters of Credit, Foreign
Exchange, Investment Securities.

Fred’k Huth & Co.,
London.

(Established 1809)

MEMBERS
BRANCH OFFICES
New York Stock Exchange
New York Cotton Exchange
Woolworlh Building, New York City
New York Coffee and Sugar Ex­
527 Fifth Avenue, New York City
change
Plaza Hotel, New York City
± New York Curb Exchange
San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, Pas­
Chicago
Board
of
Trade
adena,
San Jose, Santa Barbara, Oakland,
nw
NewYork
York Produce
Produce Excha
Exchange
Hollywood, Del Monte, and Beverly Hills.
New Orleans Cotton Exchange
Rubber Exchange of New York
SEASONAL OFFICES
New York Metal Exchange
Palm Beach—Miami Beach
Los Angeles Stock Exchange
Los Angeles Curb Exchange

DIRECTORS

WILLIAM M. BERTLES

„

_ .

Bertles, Rawis & Donaldson, New York

t

(52 Wall St. and 57 W. 57th St.)
Members of
New York Stock Exchange
New York Curb Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
Cincinnati Stock Exchange
Detroit Stock Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade
New York Cotton Exchange

CORRESPONDENTS;
±Y86
W. E. Hutton & Co., Cin. and
PARTNERS
Det.; Thomson & McKinnon,
Chi.
J. M. Hatton
Carroll V. Geran
BROKERS
AND DEALERS IN
J. M. Hutton, Jr. H. L. Cunningham
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
Joseph A. Hall
Wm. D. Hutton
Offices in Cincinnati, O., Detroit,
George C. Riley
John C. Duncan
Mich.,
Philadelphia,
Pa.,
Edward E. Matre
John Durant
Louisville, Ky., Lexington, Ky.,
and Dayton, O.
_________
Charles N. Foster

Hyde & Miller_________________ ±'(15 Broad)
Hyman & Co....................................... ± (61 Broadway)


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HENRY
H. KOHN
„ , _ .
„ . ...
Vice-Pres., Albany County Savings Bank, Albany

STANWOOD G. BRADLEE

CLINTON T. MILLER

VERE BROWN

ARTHUR J. MORRIS

Vice-President and General Manager

Jackson & Curtis, Boston

Banker

President

HAROLD HATHAWAY

„

v ,

Edward B. Smith & Company, New York

PERCY M. HALL

_

Vice-President and Chairman of Finance Committee

HUTTON W. E. & GO.

Other Offices
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories.

Members of firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

R. RANDOLPH HICKS

_ .

Satterlee & Canfield, New York

„ ,„

Reid & Company, Norfolk

ALBERT L. SMITH

n

M

v .

Edward B. Smith & Company, New York

HARRY F. STEVENSON
Treasurer

AUSTIN L. BABCOCK
Vice-President

HUGER W. JERVEY

FERGUS REID

CARLL TUCKER

_ .

_

Capitalist, New York

Satterlee & Canfield, New York

CHARLES L. WILLIAMS

LIVINGSTON E. JONES .

President, First National Bank, Philadelphia

Vice-President and Counsel

Commercial Paper Offices in New York, Boston, Chicago, Minneapolis,
Dallas, Atlanta and San Francisco offering

SHORT TERM

NOTES

FOR BANK INVESTMENT

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Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

JMem. 8tate Bks. Assn. Estab
Mem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lisbed,
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

INDUSTRIAL FINANCE CORP...............
(420 Lexington Ave.)

Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

” ArthurJ.Morris,Pr«s. Percy M. Hall,
Capital $6,878,815.
Clinton T. Miller,
Al .. r T}^’ce-fre*
Vice-Pres.& Gen.Mgr. AuSt,“ L* B“;e3 Surplus and Undivided Profits
$3,601,980.
Charles L. Williams, Frank J. Scott,
Vice-Pres. & Counsel

Vice-Pres. & Compt

H. F. Stevenson,

Treasure

Frazier Jelke & C

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

(1. ±

Private Wire System

J. A. Bancroft, Sec
SEE INDUSTRIAL AmEpTANCE COB
Ingalls & Snyder_________ .

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
(Mem. State Bks. Assn.
Estab
TMam. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lishkd
±Mem. Locar Stock Exchange

Members New York Stock Exchange, New York Curb Exchange,
New York Produce Exchange, Chicago Stock Exchange, Chicago
Board of Trade, Chicago Curb Exchange.
__________
NEW YORK
CHICAGO
40 WALL STREET
112 W. ADAMS STREET
Andrews 3-6600

Jenks. Gw vnne & Co.

± (100 Broadway)

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

State 3112

(65 Broadway)

Jesup & Lamont___________ ____ ± (26 Broadway)

INTFRNdTinNJII MANHATTAN

Jewett, Newman & Co............

officers

James P. Warburg

COMPANY, INCORPORATED’ ssSttfi?*40 WALL STREET, NEW YORK

E. ArthurCar^r.......

INVESTMENT SECURITIES
Established March 6.1929.

JohnV. P^Morgan '

Johnson & Wood.

JamesO^afford '''

A unit Of THE MANHATTAN COMPANY GROUP,
balder
Affiliated with:—
L. Nolde................
Bank of Manhattan Trust Cnmnanv
Bank of Manhattan Safe Deposit Company
■
International Acceptance Bank, Inc.
The County Trust Comnanr.
National Mortgage Corporation
Corning Trust Company, Corning, N. Y.
Northside State Bank, Corning, N. Y.

c.

,

_ ,

rb

. __ ___

Joost. Patrick & Co.________ __ ±

(60 Broad)........................................

Joost, Patrick & Co., Troy.

‘

Stephen Baker
Harry A. Kahler

v

Directors
r. a. Kowley
James P. Warburg
Paul M. Warburg

Joseph & Co., Morris

___

____ ± (25 Beaver)

lIsWRjlrtjwijiiH
nr^Tpj'. nmwmiwum
Josephthal & Co.__________ ____ ± (120 Broadway)

Kaiser & Co.. Louis. .

■wfflynfciBPMi

___± (49 Wall)

.

(150 Broadway)

See American Founders Corporation.
Kean. Taylor & Co................... ___±i[ (20 Exchange Place)

ISELIN, A. & CO......................... ±T48
(40 Wall)
Keech & Co.. P. B...................... __±1 (11 Broadway)
Jackson & Co., Huntington______
Jackson Bros.. Boesel & On.

43 Exchange Place)

JACKSON & CURTIS................ ±111879 .
(115 Broadway)
Jacauelin & DeConnet

(42 Broadway)

C. M. Keys & Co..................

(39 Broadway)

Springfield and Akron.

Keyes & Co., T. Hall__

35 Wall)

± | ( 43-47 Broad)

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Kerr & Armstrong
-t- 26 Broadway)

Kidder & Co.. A. M__________ -•±1 1 Wall)

Philippine—Hawaiian—Porto Rican Bonds
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
Dixie Terminal Bids,
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
JMem. State Bks. Assn. EstabIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished,
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Bramch Managers
Exchange Memberships

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
JMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabTMem. Inv. Bks. Assn. • lished,
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

KIDDER, PEABODY & CO.

±.T65

17 Wall Street

(Investment Securities)---------------------------------- Kissel, Klnnicutt & Co., Chi.

Members New York, Chicago and
Principal Stock Exchanges.

I BROS. & CO

L

■"•■TO"....

(Produce Exxchange)

L

(115 Broadway)

L

(50 Broad)

L

(11 Broadway)

(50 Broadway)
(115 Broadway)

L

Lawyers
Mortgage Co._______________ (345 Madison Ave.)
L

(39 Broadway)

Koch & Co.. Spencer B.

Branch of (See) Chicago.

(44 Pine)

/SPECIALISTS IN UNLISTED SECURI- II. D. Knox & Co., 27 State St., Boston.
L
\ TIES.

H. D. KNOX & CO.

Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., Bk. of N.
Y. & Tr. Co.. Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
and Empire Tr. Co., N. Y.

Lamborn. Hutchings & Co.---------- it’23 (37 Wall).

Kimbley & Co.--------------------------- ±1 (52 Wall St.)

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

(120 Broadway)

Laird. Bissell & Meeds..

Investment Securities
Foreign Exchange
Letters of Credit

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

-

KOUNTZE BROTHERS
1-550
141 Broadway

*±1

INVESTMENT SECURITIES.

KUHN, LOEB & CO. ±»Vfi7 1-553

LAWYERS TITLE & GUARANTY GO.

CAPITAL, SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS
$28,000,000.00

Main Office, 160 Broadway
LOUIS V. BRIGHT.. President
BOSTWICK, A. Sec.
LEWIS H. LOSEE. V. P.
EP. MILLARD. A. Sec.
WILLIAM F. BAECK, V. P
FRANCIS
WEINHEIMER, A. Sec.
JOHN M. DAVIDSON, V P
T. HANLON.A. Sec.
JOHN A. STOEHR. Sec. & Treas. JOSEPH
EDWARD
F.
MARION. A. Sec.
GEORGE F.PARMELEE.a f. p. JOHN G. HINMAN.
A. Sec.
NICHOLAS DE V0E. A. V. P.
WILLIAM L. GRIFFIN, Loan Off.
HENRY C. MERSEREAU. A.V.P. GEORGE GROTZ. Loan Off.
CARROLL E. BLESSING. A.F.P. HENRY W.S.BANGERT .LoanOff.
GEORGE W. KELLER. A. Sec.
FRED. C. WEGENER. Auditor.

Branch Offices in New York City, Bronx,
Brooklyn, Jamaica, White Plain* and
Staten Island

S

LAZARD FRERES----.................

52 William

GUARANTEED MORTGAGES — TITLE INSURANCE
Examines and Insures Titles to Real Property.
Lends Money on Bond and Mortgage.
Sells First Mortgages and Mortgage Certificates Guar­
anteed as to Principal and Interest.

Altschul, Q. L. Burr, R. D. McGrath, Lazard Bros. & Co., Ltd., Lon.; Eng.
*±1 Frank
Lester Perrin, Albert Forsch, Lazard Freres and Antwerp, Brussels, Lazard Bros.
& Co., (Espana), Madrid; Lazard
Freres et Cle, Paris.

et Cie, Paris. Partners,

120 Broadway
LaBranche & Co_________ _________± (50 Broadway)

LADENBURG. THALMANN & CO.

25 Broad

±<V76

i-

LEACH, A. B. & GO., ING.
57 William St.

Lage. Smith & Co.

Arthur B. Leach, Pres. & Dir.
George T. Leach. V. P. & Dir.
John J. English, V. P. <fc Dir.
Benjamin F. Troxell, V. P. & Dir.
. Hamilton Allport. V. P. <t Dir.
•11’95n Ferry W.Leach, V.P.
' Douglas G. Wagner. V. P.
Charles R. Miller. V. P.
Lloyd Robinson, Sec. and Tr.
Felix L. Beer, A. Sec.. A. Tr. & Dir.
^Clement Studebaker, Jr., Dir.

(61 Broadway)

LAIOLAW & COMPANY------------±'i-42

1-555
26 Broadway

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

Municipal and Land Bank Bonds
https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I

i. B. Leach A Co., Inc., N. Y.;
Chicago and Principal Cities.

Daalara In Municipal and
Corporation Bonds.

................

Bk. of Calif. N. A., San F.; Midland
Bk., Ltd., Lon.; Australian Bk. of
FRFMTHAI & COMPANY
Members of firm: Louis S. Lebcnthal, S. DEALERS SPECIALIZING IN
Com., Ltd., Sydney; Bishop 1st N. IIEB6RTHAL&
COMPART----------------Fischer Lebenthal.
ODD LOT MUNICIPAL BONDS
Bk., Honolulu.
izu broadway
) EXCLUSIVELY.

MUNICIPAL AND STATE BONDS
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N. Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON. Mass.. 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

__New York City
m
Y1 Dm Am RL'C Acc’n
VY
t? i i>
•Mem.Am.Bks.Ass’n.
ear
tMem.State Bks.Ass’n.
EstabIfMem.Inv.Bks.Ass’n.
lished
±Mem.Local Stock Exchange

Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.
Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

LEE, HI66INS0N & CO.—

1~~

1

Other Offices,
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories.

INVESTMENTS
New York
Chicago
37 Broad Street
Albany, N. Y., Atlanta, Ga., Cleveland, Ohio, Concord, N. H., Hartford, Conn,, Jacksonville, Fla.,
Minneapolis, Minn., Newark, N. J., Philadelphia, Pa., Pittsburgh, Pa., Portland, Me., Providence. B. I.,
Rochester, N. Y., St. Louis, Mo., Springfield, Mass., Syracuse, N. Y., Worcester, Mass.; Higginson &
Co., London and Lee, Higginson et Cie., Paris.

±*11796

THE MANHATTAN COMPANY
40 Wall Street

PAUL M. WARBURG
Chairman

P. A. ROWLEY
President

—------------------------ ----------------- ----

-

Mann. Pell & Peake___

.

Municipal and Land Bank Bonds

https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

-■

■■

-

—-

--------------------------------------

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices,
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories.

± (24 Broad)

Manson & Co.. Thomas L..........

(120 Broadway)

Marshall ft Co.. J. (1.

4- (61 Broadway)

Maver ft Co.. Jos. R._

4- (74 Trinity Place)

Maynard. Oakley & Lawrence ____ ± (24 Broad)_________________

McCabe & Co.. Arthur E. .
McClave ft Co.___________

Wash., D. C.

. -•T14 (141 Broadway)
__ ±’30 (50 Broadway)
_ ...±’06 (67 Exchange Place)................... ...........

Chase N N Y

McClure. Jones ft Co_________ ____ ± (115 Broadway)
McConnell & Co.. H. F_______ .... ±
McDonnell ft Cn.
McGlinn & Co___

...

±1 (120 Broadway)
_________

±’21 (61 Broadway)

McKinley ft Co., Inc__________
McNear & Co.. C. W______

_ '26 (44 Wall)
-------1 (120 Broadway)

McYickar&Co___ _________
(25 Broad)
N. Prov. Bk., Ltd., Lon.; Mallet
Freres & Co., Paris; Banco Nacional
McWilliam.
Wainwright
ft
Luce
___
±
(49
Wall)
de Mexico, Mexico and Branches;
DresdnerBk., Berlin and Hamburg;
Banca Commerciale Italiana, Genoa
and Branches; Westminster Foreign MEEHAN & CO.. M. J_______ .±’20
Bank, Brussels; Swiss Bank Cor­
(61 Broadway)
poration, Basle and Branches; Banco
Hispano Americano, Madrid and
Branches.
MERCANTILE-COMMERCE CO ___ 1 W. P. SHARPE. Resident Vice Pres.__
(14 Wall St.)

UNITS OF THE MANHATTAN COMPANY
Bank of Manhattan Trust Company
Bank of Manhattan Safe Deposit Com­
pany
International Acceptance Bank, Inc.
International Manhattan Company,
Incorporated
New York Title and Mortgage Company
National Mortgage Corporation
The County Trust Company, White
Plains, N. Y.
The County Safe Deposit Co., White
Plains, N. Y.
Corning Trust Company, Corning, N. Y.
Northside State Bank, Corning, N. Y.

1

MERCHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS SECURITIES COR
(100 East 42nd St.. Caledonia 5-3440)
ARTHUR GREENE, Pres.
FRANK A. TILLMAN, Vice Pres. S. E. STEINBERG, Vice Pres.
J. LISTON NAU, Vice Pres.
F. J. BUTLER. Sec. and Treas.

Investment
affiliate Mercantile
Commerce Bank and Trust Co., St
Louis.
n
P

AFFILIATED WITH;
MERCHANTS & MANU1 FACTURERS SECURITIES
CO., Chicago.
MERCHANTS & MANU­
FACTURERS
ACCEPT­
ANCES, Ltd., TORONTO.
M. & M. SECURITIES
CO., ST. LOUIS, DETROIT

Miller & Dodge______________ .. ± 71 Broadway)
Millett. Roe ft Co____ ________

120 Broadway)

MILLS,MOYER &G0.,Inc. J. MILLS,
152 W. 42nd St.

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

—

Manowitch Bros....................... ___ + (50 Broadway)

McBee. Jones & Co.______

Securities.
MAITLAND, COPPELL & Investment
Foreign Exchange
68 William

r:

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fJteaArr
TMem.State Bks.Ass’n.
r ism™
IfMem.Inv.Bks.Ass’n.
±Mem.Local Stock Exchange iusheu.

Boston

Lehman Bros.__________________ ±1 (1 William)
(70 Wall)
Lewisohn & Sons. Adolph..
._± (61 Broadway)
Libaire & Co.___ _. ___
__ _.± (37 Wall)
Liberman & Stone
4- (25 Broad)
Lindley & Co.________ _. _. ____ ± (52 Broadway)
4- (50 Broad)
Lipper & Co.. Arthur. .
Livinestnn & Co.
. -i- (111 Broadway)
Llovd ft Co.
.. ±’79 (39 Broadway)
Lober Bros. & Co._______ ________ ± (37 Wall)
Lockwood. Peek ft Co.
_____ ±’42 (52 Broadway)
Loeb, Alsberg & Co....... . ------------- If (60 Broadway)
Loew ft Co.
4- (2 Wall)
Logan & Bryan ~ _. .. ______ ± (42 Broadway)
4- (111 Broadway)
Louchheim. Minton & Co...
Lowitz & Co., E._________
(29 Broadway)
Lake. Banks & Weeks .
___
-4- (14 Wall)
Mabon & Co.____________ __ ___ ± (45 Wall)
Mackay & Co.__________ ----- «±t’05

COMPANY

;

United States Government

Pres............................. ..........................

WHOLESALE SECURITY DISTRIBUTORS.

bonds

Bids —Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O., Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.. EstabIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange■

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year i
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstablIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Branch of St. Louis.

THE NATIONAL CITY COMPANY

Minsch, Monell & Co.. Inc.______ *’20 (115 Broadway)
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY COMPANY, Inc.

JOHN M. BOWLIN, Asst, Vice-President.

1-570
23 Wall
Morgan. Howland & Co____________± (120 Broadway)
Morris & Co_____________________ ± (120 Broadway)
Morris & Smith.... ............. ........... ±1900 (52 Broadway)

Established 1902
±
(120 Broadway)
(509 Madison Ave.. N. Y.)

Investment Securities

MOSELEY, F. S. & GO.
(39 Broadway)

±Tltl900

Chicago
Detroit
Newport
Torrlngton
Southampton,
(Seasonal)
London, Eng.

NATIONAL MORTGAGE CORPORATION
(135 Broadway)

WM. H. MCNEAL—-. ..

Vice-President

Loans made on Bond and Mortgage in New
Jersey and Fairfield County, Connecticut, and
sold Guaranteed at 534%.
F. S. Moseley & Co., Chi., Bos., and
Albany.

CAPITAL FUNDS
over $3,500,000.
A SUBSIDIARY OF NEW YORK
TITLE AND MORTGAGE COM­
PANY WITH CAPITAL FUNDS
OVER $64,000,000.
A Unit of The Manhattan Company

(48 Wall)

Nanmburg & Co. E..

Moss, Ferguson & Kerngood-----------± (11 Wall)

R. H. MOULTON
COMPANY

Toronto, Can.
Ottawa, Can.
Quebec, Can.
London, England.
Manchester, England.
Geneva, Switzerland.
Toklo, Japan.
The Hague & Amsterdam,
Netherlands.
Shanghai, China.

Offices In

1 Commercial Paper
land Investment
[Securities

rR. H. MOULTON, President...
I V. E. BREEDEN. V. P.
, FRANCIS MOULTON. V. P.

Huah B- Baker. President.

INVESTMENT SECURITIES

The Mortgage Bond Co. of New York.. (120 Wall)

CHAS. C. AUCHINCL0SS, Resident Partners.
| HERBERT F. BOYHTOH _

Charles E. Mitchell. Chairman of the Board.

CORRESPONDENT OFFICES:
Salt Lake City, U.
Newark, N. J.
Denver, Colo.
Albany, N. Y.
San Diego, Cal.
New Orleans, La.
Detroit. Mich.
Atlanta, Ga.
San Francisco, Cal.
Omaha, Neb.
Atlantic City, N.J. Hartford, Conn.
Seattle, Wash.
Pasadena, Calif.
Baltimore, Md. Houston, Texas
St. Louts, Me.
Birmingham, Ala. Indianapolis, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa.
Syracuse, N. Y.
Kansas City, Mo. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Boston, Mass.
Tacoma, Wash.
Portland, Me.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Washington, D. C
Portland. Ore.
Louisville, Ky.
Chicago, IllWorcester, Mass.
Providence,
R.
I.
Cincinnati, Ohio Milwaukee, Wl*.
Montreal, Can.
Cleveland, Ohio Minneapolis, Minn . Rochester, N. Y.

MORGAN, J. P.&GO. ±«t’T

MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange
New York Curb (Assoc.)
New York Produce Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade
Detroit Stock Exchange

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

National City Bank Buildine. New York

52 William St.
T
Montreal Co. of New York. Inc.----- H (61 Wall)
Moore & Co.. D. T.____ ___________± (50 Broad)
Moore, Leonard & Lynch_________±Tj(m Broadway)
Moore & Schley_____ _____________± (100 Broadway)

MORRISON* TOWNSEND

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Neilson, Bur rill & Co.------------------ ± (48 Wall)
Chase N., N. Y.; R. H. Moulton & Co.,
San F. and Los A.
Newborg & Co.-------

..... ±

(60 Broadway)

[Municipal Bonds

(50 Broadway)
Newbureer. Loeb & Co.---------------

MUIR & LOOMIS-------- -

Chase N. and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Newman Bros. & Worms.
Brooklyn Tr. Co., Brooklyn.
Chase N. and Empire Tr. Co., N. Y.

__±

y and 341 Mad
N. Y.)

(39 Bn

Munds & Winslow________

NEWMAN, SAUNDERS & CO. Inc..

(32 Broadway)

(40 Wall)

(25 Broad)

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Chase
N.. N. Y.; 1st N., Chi.; Whitney N.,
N. O.

fj. K. NEWMAN. President.
, NEWMAN, Jr.. Asst. Sec,

ifcHwr^-

Underwriters and Distributors of Public
L Utility and Industrial Securities.

Nash & Co..

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

Municipal and Land Bank Bonds
https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

NEW YORK CITY and STATE BONDS
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEWr YORK. N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON. Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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•Men. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
Est.abIMeaa. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members op firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Harry A. Kahler

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

NEW YORK TITLE
AND MORTGAGE COMPANY

Chairman of the Board

George T. Mortimer
President

Main Office: 135 Broadway, New York City
10 Other Offices
A UNIT OF THE MANHATTAN COMPANY

H. Pushae Williams
Chairman, Executive Committee

First mortgage loans
in Greater N. Y.,
Westchester & L. I.

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
txMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabHMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

PAINE, WEBBER & CO........ ±1fB«'80
(25 Broad St.)

(61 Broadway)

Mcelroy &

[ Investment Securities________________ Paine, Webber & Co., Boston, New
Members New York, Chicago, Boston, and York, Chicago, Detroit, and other
[other principal Slock Exchanges,
cities.

co.~ __ ±

(120 Broadway)

Parrish ft Co.

L. BURBANK. Resident Mgr
NICOL-LIVINGSTONE & FORI........... 1 /§.
(Investment Bonds

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Mortgage Securities
Nat’l Title Insurance Palmer ft Co.____________________ ± (61 Broadway)

parker,

Nickerson ft Co.. Inc.. John—......... .

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

(Branch of Detroit)

(115 Broadway)

.±,(25 Broadway)

Pask ft Walbridee______

----- ±H (1 Wall)

Pearl ft Co..

NOEL, BERMAN & LANGLEY......... ±

± (71 Broadway)

(51 Broadway)

Noyes & Co.. J. M.__________

PEARSONS-TAFT COMPANY

± (39 Broadway)

Established 1865
(63 Wall Street)

G. L. OHRSTROM & CO.

36 Wall Street

11

(INCORPORATED)

INVESTMENT SECURITIES

BRANCH OFFICES
Chicago
Boston
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
San Francisco
St. Louis

mi.CE * C0.(F^.E..CK ......... T16

Pelzer. B. H. ft F. W.

OLD NATIONAL CORPORATION—'21
(120 Wall St.)

Pres.______

1STMENT SECURITIES'

208 So. LaSalle St.. Chi.
Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.

(60 Broadway)

.±’72

Gertler, Devlet & Co.
Municipal and Land Bank Bonds


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Chase N., Guaranty Tr. Co. and Irv.
Tr. Co., N. Y.

Municipal

fMaln Office, 225 S. 15th St. Philadelphia, Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.; Frederick
Peirce & Co., Phil. N., Fidelity-Phil.
Tr. Co., Tradesmens N., and Pa.
(.Investment Bonds.
Co. for Ins. on Lives and Granting
Annuities, Phil.

(42 Broadway)

_

Perry ft Co., Arthur_____

Oliphant & Co.. Jas. H_____ ____ ±’98 (61 Broadway)

ORVIS BROTHERS & CO.

Perkins ft Benton _

OREN E. TAFT.
Guaranty Tr. Co. and Irv. Tr. Co.,
Chairman (HomeOffice, Chi.) N. Y.; Cont. III. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
CURRY. Pres, and Tr.
Chi.; Crocker 1st N., San F.; Bk.
CULLEN. V. P. and Sec.
of Calif. N. A., Seattle.
DWYER. Y. P.
SMITH. V. P.
Offices in Chicago, San Francisco,
R RUSSEL L, Y.P.(San Francisco Off.) Seattle, Los Angeles, Milwaukee.
NCAN MATTHEWS,Atffr.(Seattle Off.)Underwriters, Wholesalers and Re-

-4-

(61 Broadway)

(120 Broadway)

PFORZHEIMER, GARL H., & GO.,
(25 Broad)

and

State Bonds

Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

±’03

INVESTMENT SECURITIES.

Specialise In STANDARD OIL Seearlttoa.
Members New York Stock Exchange.
Members New York Curb Exchange.
NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III.,120 South La Salle St.

1194

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•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Veak
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabiMem. lnv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±>lem. Local Stock Exchange I

Members op Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices.
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories

MEMBERS ot

Liverpool Cotton Association
New York Stock Exchange
Los Angeles Stock Exchange
New York Cotton Exchange
Los Angeles Curb Exchange
New York Curb Exchange
New
York
Coffee*
Sugar
Exchange
Memphis
Cotton Exchange
± New York Produce Exchange
New Orleans Cotton Exchange
(40 Wall Street)
New Orleans Stock Exchange
New York Cocoa Exchange. Inc.
New York Hide Exchange, Inc.
Portland Grain Exchange
PRIVATE WIRES
Rubber Exchange of N. Y., Inc.
Portland Stock & Bond Exchange
National Metal Exchange, Inc.
San Francisco Stock Exchange
Leased private wires to the princi­ National Raw Silk Exchange, Inc. San
Francisco Curb Exchange
pal securities and commodities Boston Stock Exchange
Seattle Stock Exchange
markets in United States and
Chicago Stock Exchange
Seattle
Grain Exchange
Canada
Chicago Board of Trade
Toronto Stock Exchange
Cleveland Stock Exchange
Vancouver
Stock Exchange
Dallas Cotton Exchange
W
innipeg Grain Exchange
Detroit Stock Exchange
--------OFFICES AT:
Akron, O., Boston, Mass., Buffalo, N. Y., Chicago, Hi., Camden, N. J., Canton, O., Cleveland, O., Columbia,
S. C., Columbus, O., Dallas, Texas, Denver, Colo., Detroit, Mich., Flint, Mich., Fort Worth, Texas, Grand
Rapids, Mich., Greensboro, N. C., Hamilton, Ont., Hollywood, Calif., Houston, Texas, Jackson. Mich.,
Lancaster, Pa., Lansing, Mich., Los Angeles, Calif., Massillon, O., Memphis, Tenn., Milwaukee, Wis., New
Orleans, La., Oakland, Calif., Ottawa, Ont., Pasadena, Calif., Philadelphia, Pa., Pittsfield, Mass., Portland,
Ore., Reading, Pa., Saginaw, Mich., San Antonio, Tex., San Francisco, Calif., Seattle, Wash., Toronto, Ont.,
Washington. D. C., Winston-Salem,, N. C.
______________________________

E. A. PIERCE & CO.,

(49 Broad)

(120 Broadway)

Potter & Co___________

Poach & Co...

__ ±

(1 Wall)

Prentice & Slepack--------------------- ± (26 Broadway)

Prentiss & Co.. Geo. H------------------ ± (44 Wall)

PIESSPRICH & C0..R. W........±TW (Investment Bonds)
(160 Broadway)

Members New York Stock Exchange

Prince & Co.. Theodore__________± (120 Broadway)


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Other Offices,
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

THE PRUDENCE COMPANY, INC.

Phelps & McKee_________ ______ ± (25 Broad)

Post & Fh.ee

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
EstabTMem. lnv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange !

NEW YORK CITY
331 Madison Ave.

BROOKLYN, N. Y.
163 Remsen St.

JAMAICA, N. Y.
8931—161st St.

WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.
10 Depot Plaza

Tel. Vanderbilt 3-5812

Tel. Triangle 5-8300

Tel. Republic 9-5700

Tel. White Plains 8040

This company is under the supervision of the Banking Department of the State of
New York to conduct the business of an Investment corporation. It purchases
choice first mortgages on real estate and offers them for sale to banks, trust
companies, insurance companies, trustees and the public. It guarantees
payment of both principal and Interest on the mortgage investments it sells.
PRUDENCE—
BONDS
i PRUDENCE—
CERTIFICATES
PRUDENCE
INDIVIDUAL
MORTGAGES

GUARANTEED <

Federal Income Tax 2% Paid on demand. Denominations $100, $500, $1,000.
Legal for Trust Funds. State of New York. Odd or
even amounts from $100 up to $1,000,000.
Legal for Trust Funds and Saving Banks, State of
New York. Choice Locations. Attractive amounts.
3-5 year maturities.
DIRECTORS

OFFICERS

FRANK BAILEY ------ Chairman of the Board
WILLIAM M. 6REVE - - - Vice-Chairman of the Board
ARTHUR H. WATERMAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President
FRANK FOX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President
HARRY E. MERRIAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President
F. T. PENDER -- - - Vice-President, Sec. and Treas.
GORDON S. BRAISLIN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President
HENRY A. FREY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President
LYNN G. G00DN0UGH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Asst. Vice-President
H. L. SIMPSON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Asst. Vice-President
HUGH A. COULBOURN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President
PHILIP CONNORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Awf. Vice-President
FREDERICK JOERISSEN - - - - Asst. Vice-President
T. S. BATES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Asst. Vice-President
S. E. HARTUNG. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Asst• Vice-President
W. ALLIN BIGG. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A*at- Treasurer
J. A. MUTKE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A»»t- Treasurer
RUSSELL V. DOWNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Asst. Treasurer
NORMAN C. LYMAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A°'t- Secretary
CATHARINE 0. MORGAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A*'t- Secretary
STEPHEN L. PORTER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . *•*' Secretary
W. F. DEPP IN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AssL Secretary

FRANK BAILEY

Chairman, Board of Directors, The Prudence
Company, Inc.

LEO S. BING

Bing and Bing, Inc., Real Estate

EDWARD G. DELAFIELD

President, The Bank of America N, A,

JACKSON A. DYKMAN

Cullen and Dykman

WILLIAM H. ENGLISH

Director, Brooklyn Trust Co.

WILLIAM M. GREVE

President, New York Investors, Inc,

WILLIAM GUTHMAK

Bing and Bing, Inc., Real Estate

LOUIS J. HOROWITZ

Chairman, Board of Directors, ThompsonStarrett Co., Inc,

NATHAN S. JONAS

Director, Manufacturers Trust Co.

RAYMOND E. JONES

1# t

Vice-President, The Manhattan Company

CLIFFORD S. KELSEY
MORITZ ROSENTHAL

Ladenburg, Thalmann & Co.

CHARLES B. STUART

„

Halsey, Stuart & Co,

ARTHUR H. WATERMAN ,

„

r

WILLIAM H. WHEELOCK

, .

President, The Prudence Co,, Inc,

„

.

v

President, Brown, Wheelock: Hams, Vought
and Co., Inc.

CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND RESERVES OVER -

$16,500,000

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Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.
Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

lisbed

±Mem. Local Stock Exchance

F. L. PUTNAM & CO. INC — ______ 11 f GEORGE T. MATHEWSON. Representative
(120 Broadway)
I. Investment Securities,
PYRE. KENDALL & HOLLISTER- - ± fInvestment Securities___________________
l Members New York Stock Exchange
(60 Wall)

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Other Offices, Boston, Providence,
New Haven, Springfield, Hartford,
Bridgeport. Waterbury, New Lon­
don, Meriden, Syracuse and North­
ampton.

Quincey & Co.. Chas. E._____ _____ ± (24 Broad)
Reinhart & Bennet__________ ____ 1± (52 Broadway)

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
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Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

~

Discount House
OF

MAIN OFFICE

Salomon Bros„& Hutzler

UPTOWN OFFICE

MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange

.. ± (120 Broadway)
Rhoades & Company_________ _____ ± (Investment Securities).
27 William

AND NOTES

Richard & Co., C. B.._................ _____± (44 Beaver St.)
Richards & Co.___________ _

(60 Wall)

LIBERTY AND TREASURY BONDS

Richards

(49 Wall)

BANK AND BANKERS' ACCEPTANCES

Rtsttne ft Co.. F. P.

_ .

.... ± (15 Broad)

GEOROE B. ROBINSON & COMPANY- INCORPORATED......

Investment Securities.

Thompson Ross & Co., Inc., 29 So. La
Salle St., Chicago; Chase N., N. Y.;
Cont. 111. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; Cent.
Rep. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.

INVESTMENT SECURITIES

____±f (120 Broadway)

ROYAL SECURITIES CORPORATION
100 Broadway
8’20 Canadian Investment Securities.
(See Montreal)

Russell, Miller & Co................... ........ ± (120 Broadway)
RUTTER & CO___ _____ ____ - ..T±T9
(20 Exchange PI.)


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

(Investment Securities)
(Municipal, Railroad, Public Utility
and Canadian Bonds)

1420 Walnut Street
PHILADELPHIA, PA.

MUNICIPAL AND STATE BONDS

ROOSEVELT & SON------------ ..±1797
(30 Pine)

Rothschild & Co.. L. F.

BOSTON, MASS.

CREDIT BANK DEBENTURES

(44 Wall)

TH0MPS0N-R0SS & CO., INC.
(40 Wall St.)

LAND BANK BONDS
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE

± (52 Broadway)

THOMPSON ROSS, President. (New York).......
LIVINGSTON ROSS.. Vice-President (Chicago)
MILES J. HALL Vice-President (Chicago)
A. J. DANIEL. Vice-President (Chicago)
HUME C. YOUNG. Secretary (Chicago)
JOSEPH A. MAZZA. Treasurer (Chicago)

35 Congress Street

FEDERAL AND JOINT STOCK

... .± (52 Broadway)
Rollins A, Sons, E. H.
(Incorporated)

NEW YORK CITY

U. S. TREASURY BILLS, CERTIFICATES

__________ _____ ± (15 William)

He<Ternan ..

60 WALL STREET

730 FIFTH AVENUE

Reynolds & Co............................. .......... ± (65 Broadway)

Rich & Clark -__

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories,

Royal Secur. Corp., Ltd., Montreal.
Toronto, Halifax, St. John, Char­
lottetown, Quebec, Hamilton, Win­
nipeg, Calgary.Vancouver, Victoria,
St. John’s (Nfld.), Edmonton,
Regina, Ottawa, and London.

Branch Offices:
Boston, 35 Congress St.
Hartford, 75 Pearl St.

FOREIGN EXTERNAL BONDS

231 S. LaSalle Street

SHORT TERM SECURITIES

CHICAGO, ILL.

LONG TERM RAILROAD BONDS
EQUIPMENT MORTGAGES
INDUSTRIAL AND PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS

Union Trust Building

CANADIAN GOVERNMENT, PROVINCIAL, AND

CLEVELAND, O.

MUNICIPAL OBLIGATIONS
PREFERRED STOCKS
BANK AND INSURANCE CO. STOCKS
COMMON STOCKS

Cable Address
SALBRO

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EstabIlMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
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Salomon & Co., F. L.

Members of Firm
Branch xManagers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

.. __ . ± (61 Broadway)

Seligsberg & Co________________±’86 (50 Broad)

xur
THE

. — .. ........„_± (60 Broad)

Schiff & Co., A. F............. . ____

,

Ul UUOIUII
1
(20 Exchange Place)
(Boston Office 40 Market St.)
(Chicago Offi®: 120 So. La Salle St.)

Schmeltzer, Clifford & Co... ........... _± (1 Wall)

INC. 1
(63 Wall St.)
INVESTMENT SECURITIES

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., Bkrs. Tr. Co.,
Chase N., Gty. Tr. Co. and Irv. Tr. Co.,

WilTFR ? RIIPKI IN Pres
t’w»i kcr ’in F P

mecpu

SHAWMUT CORPORATION SBfe '
OF BOSTON
THOMAS W. ST0RR0W,

* (111 Broadway)

SGHOELLKOPF
HUTTON & POMEROY,

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Investment Securities; Letters of Credit, J.& W.Seligman & Co.,Philadelphia,
Foreign Exchange; Members New York Washington, Albany, Chicago, and
San Francisco: Berlin (A. HohenStock Exchange.
lohe, representative): Paris (F.
1-598
Dorsey Stephens, representative).
±»tY64
54 Wall
Correspondents: Seligman Bros.,
Ltd., London; Leavens & Leader,
Shamokin; John Marshall Jones &
Co., Baltimore.
SELIGMANN G. & A.......................—± (120 Broadway)

Schafer Bros._____________ ........... *± (120 Broadway)

Schatzkin & Co.

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

SEL1GMAN, J.&W.&G0.{

____ ______ ± (60 Broadway)

Sartorus & Smith -_____

Year
•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
tMem. State Bks. Assn.
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(J. F. SCHOELLKOPF, Jr.,

H. B. POMEROY.

|R. J. H. HUTTON,

C. G. TERRY,

Pres.

V.Pres.

Home Office: Buffalo, N. Y.

V. P, & Trees, Branches: Rochester. Niagara Falls,

New York City, N. Y.

SHEARSON.
HAMMILL &
wllbrtli
vvii| iinmiviiiib
w CO............±
————— —

(71 Broadway)
(350 Madison Ave.)

Sec.

ERNEST W. CANNING, A. Tr.
FRANCIS B. WALES, A.Tr.
ALBERT A.W1LC0X, A. Tr.

ggSt-.::::=«*«3S

DEALERS IN BANKERS’ ACCEPTANCES, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT OBLIGATIONS AND OTHER
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.

Branch Offices: Chicago, Ill. and
^Members N. Y. Stock Exchange
Montreal, Canada.
\ Members N. Y. Curb Market
) Members N. Y. Cotton Exchange
\ Members N. Y. Coffee and Sugar
j Exchange
LMembers Chicago Stock Exchange, etc.

Secy.

Specializing in
<Western New York Securities

Members New York Stock Exchange.
Members Chicago Stock Exchange.
Associate Members New York
Curb Exchange.
,
±t’23
Members Chicago Board of Trade.

SHIELDS & COMPANY
52 Wall Street

BRANCH OFFICES
Chicago
Minneapolis

Rochester
New Rochelle

Scholle Brothers_________ ----- ±11'53 (20 Pine)
Shippee & Rawson----------------------- ± (Ill Broadway)
Schuyler. Chadwick & Burnham....... ± (100 Broadway)

SEAS0N600D & MAYE
57 William Street

n

1
n

Shuman & Co.___________________ ± (25 Broad)

^

Siegel & Co............................................ ± (52 Wall)

GILBERT COOPER, Mgr.

Government, Municipal, Railroad, Corporation
n 87
and Foreign Government BONDS

Silberberg & Co.. D. H-------- ----------± (63 Wall)

Correspondent: Seasongood & Mayer, Cincinnati and Chicago.

Simmons & Co., E. H, H.---------------- ± (52 Broadway)
Seasongood and Haas__________ ±’17 (63 Wall)______________ ...

SECOND INTERNATIONAL SECURITIES CORPORATION ’26.

Gertler, Devlet & Co.
Municipal and Land Bank Bonds
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

See American Founders Corporation.

Simmons & Slfvdo

(120 Broadway)

QinuPr
SprihnPr Tn(*.
OlUKCli TloanP
UtXUlC Rr
Oil OUIUUC1*
iUbi.....—

(?0 TMnP)

__________

Sineer. Deane & Scribner, Inc., Pitt.
i

Sisto & Co., J. A.________________ ± (68 Wall)

United States Government Bonds
Bids —Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI. O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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Selected List of Investment Dealers, Brokers, Finance Companies, Acceptance Corporations, etc.
Member of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices, Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

A. 0. SLAUGHTER, ANDERSON & FOX

MEMBERS

(120 Wall street, 28th Floor)
Tel. Andrews 3-S8S0
In charge: Resident Partners

UPTOWN OFFICE
(347 Madison Ave., at 45th St.)
(Equitable Trust Bldg.)
Tel. Murray Hill 2-7384
In charge: Resident Partner

SAMUEL W. ATKINS
JAMES C. BEQUETTE
JOSEPH CLENOENIN. JR.
ROBERT DE VECCHI
DEAN DILLMAN
KINGMAN DOUGLASS
JAMES N.
BERRIEN P. ANDERSON.

LAWRENCE W. FOX. JR.
LIONEL FRANK
RAYMOND MCNALLY
CONRAD H. MATTHIESSEN, JR.
GEORGE G. MONTGOMERY
THEODORE H. MUELLER
^CHARLES W. PHELLIS,

Special

Special

New York Stock Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
Chicago Curb Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade

ASSOCIATE MEMBER

EDWARD D. SMITH & CO. —±*Ur02 f Members New York, Phil, and Bos. Stock Edward B. Smith & Co., Phil., Bos.,
15 Broad

l

______

Exchanges. Investment Securities.

± (115 Broadwavl

Smith, Graham & Rockwell..............± (50 Broadway)

SMITHERS, F. S. & GO.
15 Broad

New London, Newark, Albany,
Bath, Hempstead, Portland (Me.),
Allentown, Easton, Schenectady,
and Providence (R. I.).

INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
(20 Broad)

Southworth, Dierdorff & Co......... .

(1 Wall)

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Steiner, Rouse & Co.______________ ± (25 Broad)
l Investment Securities, Specializing In
Municipal, Public, Utility, and Under[ lying Railroad Bonds.

STEPHENS & CO_ _ _ _ _ _

115 Broadway

Investment Securities

STERN, KEMPNER & GO.
(50 Broadway)

TRANSACTIONS EXECUTED IN
DOMESTIC
AND
FOREIGN
MARKETS. CIRCULAR
LETTERS OF CREDIT.

MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange

±

LAWRENCE STERN
AND COMPANY
US Broa, S„eCt,

Stevens & Legg.__

±t!’57

Sneckner & Heath_______________

Member of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

New York Curb Exchange

DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES TO A. O. SLAUGHTER, ANDERSON & FOX AT CHICAGO, LOS ANGELES,
SAN FRANCISCO, HOLLYWOOD, BEVERLY HILLS AND OAKLAND, CAL

Smith & Gallatin ___

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lished.
— =fcMem. Local Stock Exchange

___

Stewart & Co..

rst Nat’l Bk. of Chicago
2 nt. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chicago
lase Nat'l Bk., New York
nfrs. Tr. Co., New York
ffX
LPH D. KAUFMAN, Vice President in
charge New York office
{*™. * *
CHICAGO
NEW YORK

,NVES™^Ic?oEBc8UR,T,ES
SUmt
| g;

V,.

s

___ __ __± (25 Broad)

___

4- (61 Broadway)

Stokes, Hoyt & Co._______________=t (1 Wall)

Sparks & Co., J. W._______________ ± (50 Broadway)
Stone & Mackev_____

SPEYER & GO. •***■»
24 Pine
Spiegelberg & Plohn______________ ± (39 Broad)

..

4- (120 Broadway)

STONE WEBSTER AN
BL0D6ET, INC. ,

R

&

Spingarn. Leopold & Co.__________ ± (52 Broadway

SPITZER, RORICK & CO________* 71 Municipal and Corporation Bonds.
120 Broadway

Spitzer, Rorick & Co. and Spltzer,
Rorick Tr. & Sav., Tol.

90 Broad
Telephone Bowling Green 9-42C

C INVESTMENT SECURITIES
1

J DEALERS IN AND UNDER■26

] WRITERS OF MUNICIPAL
J AND CORPORATION BONDS
LAND STOCKS

Ston

e & Webster and Blodget, Inc.,
Bo ston, Chicago, Philadelphia,
Ba timore, Albany, Buffalo, Hartfor d, Portland, Providence, Syracus e, Pittsburgh, Rochester,
Spi'ingfield, Worcester.

Springs & Co.____________________ ± (60 Beaver)
Stafford & Co.___________________ ± (20 Exchange PI.)

STANDARD RESERVE & DEPOSIT CO. New York Bank Stocks & Insurance Stocks. Branch of (see) Baltimore, Md.

Stont & Co..

25 Broad)

120 Broadway
Steinberg & Co.. Mark C__________ ± (42 Broadway)___________________________ Branch of (see) St. Louis.

MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange
Baltimore Stock Exchange
Louisville Stock Exchange
New York Curb Exchange (Associate)

STEIN BROS. & BOYCE

Investment Bonds

PRIVATE WIRE SYSTEMS TO ALL OFFICES

1

Established 1853

120 Broadway
Tel: Rector 2-6880

Baltimore
Washington
Louisville
Clarksburg
Charlottesville
Hagerstown

STRANAHAN, HARRIS
& COMPANY, Inc.
115 Broadway
Straus & Co.

Malvern Hill, Vice Pres, and
Mgr., New York Office.

Branch of Toledo. Other offices: Chi. and Det.;
Chase N., Gty. Tr. Co., and Chem. Bk. & Tr.
Co.. N. Y.

T24
(25 Broadway)

Straus & Co, S. W.. Incorporated..!’82 (565 Fifth Ave.)

Gertler, Devlet & Co.

Joint Stock Land Bank Bonds

Municipal and Land Bank Bonds

Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Bids — Offerings—Appraisals—Information

NEW YORK, N. Y.. 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard .Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

.

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Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices. Correspondents
and Bank Depositories

•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.

Year

Members of Firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

tMem. State Bks. Assn. EstabIMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Other Offices, correspondents
and Bank Depositories

Trask & Co., Spencer......... -........... ±1 (25 Broad)

Struthers & Dean___ __________—(49 Wall)

Travers & Clark_______________±’24 (11 Wall)
Struys & Jones.......... -....................... ±'(52 Broadway)

TROUNSTINE & CO., J. F...........—±’24
(50 Broadway)
Sulzbacher, Granger & Co.................. ±,(111 Broadway)

Tucker, Anthony & Co................®±Y92'(120 Broadway)
Tnrnure & Co.. Lawrence------------ ±1 (64 Wall)
A1EXIBERS

SUTRO BROS. & GO.

New York Stock Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
New York Curb Exchange
Philadelphia Stock Exchange
Buffalo Stock Exchange
New York Rubber Exchange

120 Broadway
Established 1896
Cable Address “Ortus, N, Y,”

CORRESPONDENTS
Harper & Turner, Philadelphia.
Rothschild & Co., Chicago.
Westminster Bank, Ltd., Lon­
don.
R. Raphael & Sons, London.
Dresdner Bank, Berlin.

OTHER OFFICES —CHICAGO, DETROIT, PHILADELPHIA, ROCHESTER, BUFFALO AND SYRACUSE

Ungerleider & Co., Samuel_____ ±'20 (50 Broadway)
UTnWrnStIOML (fo.JVhL_____ ’28 (SEE AMERICAN

FOUNDERS CORPORATION)

UTILITY SECURITIES CORPORATION
(111 Broadway)

SWENSON S. M. & SONS

Affiliated with
UTILITY SECURITIES COMPANY
230 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois

52 Wall

Taller & Robinson----------------

OTHER OFFICES
Hartford
Pittsburgh Philadelphia
Portland
Richmond Rochester
Washington
York
Williamsport
Burlington
Waltham

__ ±<

_______________

Van Buren & Co.. C. H------------------ ± (55 Broadway)

.±

(57 William)

.. ±

Van Wyck & Sterling--------------------± (71 Broadway)
(52 Broadway)

±
Vercoe & Co--------------------------------± (11 Wall)

_ ±
Tefft A Co,.

Vilas & Hickey________________

....... ____± (24 Broad)

(49 Wall)

Wade Bros. & Co.---------------- -------- ± (55 Broadway)
(2 Wall)

____± (11 Wall)

Wainwright & Co.. H. C.---------------± (48 Wall)
Private wires to branch offices in Walker Bros------------------------------- ± (71 Broadway)
TIMMINS & CO.. J. R........... .........± Member New York Stock Exchange.
Associate Member N. Y. Curb Exchange. Montreal and Toronto. Canada.
(61 Broadway)

Walker & Sons. Joseph----------------- ± (61 Broadway)
Wallace, Sanderson & Co.---------------1 (57 William)

Tobey & Kirk —................... — -±173 (25 Broad)
_.-fc

toakIfB a

no
____
120 Broadway

ui
ri ■ arc ft
& TBntT
VVALLAvC
nuoi—-- ------------------- Investment Securities.
(111 Broadway)
Waller & Co--------------------------------± (44 Wall)

(15 Broad)

Uptown Office: S22 Fifth Ave.
____ ± Members New York Stock Exchange.
New York Curb Exchange (Associate).
Association of Bank Stock Dealers of N. Y.

Ward, Grover & Co.--------------------- ± (20 Broad)
Warner & Co________________ ±1900 (11 Wall)
Waterman. Greenia & Co.--------------± (60 Broad)

Gertler, Devlet & Go.

Municipal and Land Bank Bonds

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

FEDERAL LAND BANK BONDS
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON. Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O,. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South La Salle St.

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A ccn
V
- a t>
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Yttear
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lished.
±Mem. Local Stock Exchange

Members of Firm
Bjjanch Managers
Exchange Memberships

~

Other Offices.
Correspondents and
Bank Depositories

:----------—---------------------

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•Mem. Am. Bks. Assn.
Year
t.VIem. State Bks. Assn. EstabHMem. Inv. Bks. Assn.
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±Hem. Local Stock Exchange

7

Members of firm
Branch Managers
Exchange Memberships

Other Offices.

Correspondents and
Bank Depositories

Watson, Armstrong & Co_________ ± (24 Broad)
Watson, Wallace & Co_____ ____

WINTHROP & CO., ROBERT-

_± (149 Broadway)

WATSON

Davis & Davis, Providence.
MEMBERS
& WHITE- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ±1 < £ew York Stock Exchange; New York Watson & White, Boston, Portland
(149 Broadway)
(Curb Exchange; Boston Stock Exchange. Me., and Detroit.
f

Weil, McKey & Co_________________ (39 Broadway)____________

WEIL,ROTH & IRVING CO.(THE)BtV01 'L. M. Rolan,
(115 Broadway)

Representative_________

Municipal and Corporation Bonds.

(Investment Securities)..

WINTHROP, MITCHELL & GO, THEODORE
HENRY ROGERS WINTHROP (
E. CUNNINGHAM (

GENERAL PARTNERS

New York)
Chicago)
6S4 Madison Ave., New York
JOHN J. FAGAN (New York)
Board of Trade Bldg., Chicago
GEORGE R. THORNTON (Chicago)
Foreman-State Bk. Bldg., Chicago
WALTER SCHUTTLER (Chicago)
MEMBERS OF THE NEW YORK AND RICHARD P. LOASBY {New York)
CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGES,
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE, RICHARD B. W. HALL {New York)

(26 Broadway)

Weil, McKey & Co., Bos.
Weil, Roth & Irving Co., Cin., Chi
and Det.

CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE,
NEW YORK CURB EXCHANGE.

Weisl, Edwin & Co...............................± (25 Broad)
Weissenfluh & Co._______________

-±

(48 Wall)

Watson & Co.. T. L_______________ ± (40 Wall)_____

(25 Broadway)

SPECIAL PARTNERS

{New York)

CLIFFORD M. LEONARD

(New York)

Wollman & Co., W. J,____________ ± (120 Broadway)

Welles, C. E. & Co_______________ ± (39 Broadway)

Wood. Gundy & Co., Inc—.............-*1(48 Wall)

WELLINGTON & CO..........

WOOD, LOW & CO_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ±1

Members New York and Pittsburgh Stock Branch Office—Pittsburgh, Pa.
Exchanges.

(120 Broadway)

MILTON W. HOLDEN

LEEDS MITCHELL (Chicago)
WOODWARD BABC^K (New York)
(New York)
ALFRED I. PRESTON. JR. {New York)
JAMES I. BUSH (New York)
RICHARD F. BABCOCK {New York)
HENRY F. GODFREY {New York)
TWINING TOUSLEY {New York)

(63 Wall)

Wood, Struthers & Co.__________ ±Ui(20 Pine)
Wertheim & Co..

- - - - - - - - - - - dhli (57 William)

Whitehouse & Co. ..

,.±

WHITE, J.G.& GO., INc.
(37 Wall)

Worden & Low__________________ ± (25 Broadway)

(111 Broadway)

(INVESTMENT SECURITIES)

T03

Other Offices: Buff., Rochester, Syra­
cuse, Newark, and Easton.

Wrenn Bros. & Co.________

_± (25 Broadway

Wright & Sexton_________

_± (1 Wall)

Zuckerman & Co., Henry_____------- ± (52 Broadway)........................................................ Chase
Bk- of Am N_ A> Cont
i Bk. & Tr. Co., and Cent. Han. Bk.
_______
' & Tr. Co., N. Y.

J_____________

New York Stock Exchange----- -----------------------------------------------------White, Weld & Co.-....................... __±1 (40 Wall)
Whitney & Sons, H. N.......... .............± (49 Wall)
Whitney & Company, Richard.— ±’15 (15 Broad).........................
Wilcox & Co.__________________

(40 Wall)

F, B. WILCOX & CO., INC. -

Investment Securities.

(232 Madison Ave.)

Williams & Co., Clark...................... ±1i (160 Broadway)
Williams, Nicholas & Moran_______± (25 Broad)
Williston & Co„ J. R. ___________ ±!(i] Wall)

Gertler, Devlet & Co.
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Chase N., Gty. Tr., Corn Ex. Bk. &
Tr., and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.

Mnfrs. Tr. Co„ N. Y.

COMMISSION RATES (ns
On business for parties not members of the Exchange,
including joint account transactions in which a non­
member is interested; transactions for partners not mem­
bers of the Exchange; the commission shall be not less than
the rates given below:
On Active Stocks: [See also paragraph (e) Under 50c per
share, may be mutually agreed upon; 50c per share and above
but under $1, not less than 3c per share; $1 per share
and above but under $10, not less than 73^c per share;
$10 per share and above but under $25. not less than
12Mc per share; $25 per share and above but under $50,
not less than 15c per share; $50 per share and above but
under $75, not less than 17He per share; $75 per share
and above but under $100, notless than 20c per share;
$100 per share and above but under $200, not less than
25c per share; $200 per share and over, not less than 30c
per share plus 5c per share for each $50 or fraction thereof
beginning at $250. The minimum commission (on stocks
selling at 50c and above) on an individual transaction shall
be not less than $1. This provision shall not apply on
transactions where the amount involved is less than $15.
On Inactive Stocks: See also paragraph (e) on
Called Securities: Under $1 per share may be mutually
agreed unon; $1 per share and above but under $5 not less
than 5c per share; $5 per share and above but under $10,
not less than 10c per share; $10 per share but under $100
not less than 20c per share; $100 oer share and above but

Municipal and State Bonds
Bids—Offerings—Appraisals—Information
Private Wire Connections to Principal Cities Throughout the Country

Richard Whitney.Pres. Allen L. Bindley, V.P.
Warren B. Nash, Tr. Ashbel Green, Sec,

amended to January 17, 1930)

under $200, not less than 25c per share; $200 per share and
over, not less than 30c per share plus 5c per share for each
$50 or fraction thereof beginning at $250.
On Subscription Rights: Under 50c per Right, may
be mutually agreed upon; 50c per Right and above but
under $1, not less than 3c per Right; $1 per Right and above
but under $5, not less than 5c per Right; $5 per Right
and above but under $10, not less than 7J^c per Right;
$10 per Right and above, not less than 15c per Right.
On Bonds: [See also paragraph (e) Except as stated
below, not less than $2.50 per $1,000 Par value.
(e) On Obligations of the United States, Porto Rico,
Philippine Islands, and States, Territories and Municipal­
ities therein. Bond and Notes having five years or less
to run: Such rates to members or non-members as
may be mutually agreed upon, unless special rates are
determined upon by tne Committee on Quotations and
Commissions. Said Committee has determined that on
Bonds and Notes, having five years or less to run to
maturity when selling below 90 or above 110, the rates
specified for Bonds, generally, shall apply.
Called Securities: On securities which pursuant to call
or otherwise are to be redeemed within twelve months. The
Ciimmittee on Quotations and Commissions has deter­
mined that the above rates do not apply to Securities called
for redemption within twelve months. On such securities
the rates of commission may be mutually agreed upon,
NEW YORK, N.Y., 11 Broadway
BOSTON, Mass., 1 Federal Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Packard Bldg.
CINCINNATI, O.. Dixie Terminal Bldg.
CHICAGO, III., 120 South la Salle St.

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
1 onn to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
14UU Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

NEW YORK—Continued

B

President.

Vice-President.

Ass t Cashier.

CASHIER.

3 AID-UP

AND

Capital Profits

138,950
19 3eo. F. Diemer— Arthur Killian____ 3. Edward Sims... rhomas J. Tavano. I
3. J. Colpoys, Ch. 3. Edward Sims
75,460 $37.50-6% par 25 50-153
Niagara L4
John J. Labuda— D. L. Setter............. 3. R. Ciuzenski ... 100,000
*FALLS NATIONAL BANK
$140-6% par 100 50-154 d®*t’19 5. M. Lopacki, Ch.
L.S. Henderson,Tr. _______
Niagara County Sav. Bank
idwardMacKenna, F. R. McRobert.
A. J. Porter
4%
50-150 d®t*l'91
A. Tr.
A. Sec.

Niagara Falls

★EAST SIDE BANK—d*t§

Depos­
its

67,220 H 462 340
109,260 1,816,260

par35*

50-151 dB®Wi’93

4,000,009 2,299.580 30557100
C. R. COOLEY,
COE _ _ _ M. H. ANTHONY_ _ _ fi. A. ADAMS.
Sec. and Tr.
P. A. SCHOELLKOPF, J. W. BROPHY
A.J.DORGAN, _
Ch. of Bd. J. L. COE
Main Office, Falls St.
Tr. Of. J. F. NEFF,
A. J. GOW.
G. J. HOWARD,
.. J. SIMONS, JR.,
(.B. DEVLIN,
V.Ch.ofBd. \. J. HILLER
P eop les Bra nch, Ma
A. Tr. Off. (ATHAR^NE A? WOOD,
HUBBS
N iag ara Fall s Trust
“la"ceUike, W.l(.
GEO.
K.
CONNELL
J
H. E. MORRILL
Audi.
Asst. Secretaries
LaSa lie Bran ch, Buff
Ch. of Exec. Com.
a! Schumacher
F. M. W00LW0RTH
Send us your N iagara Falls busl ness. We get the money, or give the reas en.

Niagara Falls Clearing House a. F. Diemer-------(Members indicated by a *)

A.

J.

WRIGHT & CO.-—-

(Elderfleld Bldg.)

Mgr.

Cash & Ex*
Bond*
Loana
hanois.Duk
and
and
Liabili­
Diaoounts Saeurities LANEOUS from Banks
ties
5,720 $ 848,140

481,240

554,030 1,179,530

25.000

508,780 4,961,980 ________

f FRED J.

TOWER CITY
TRUST CO.

Principal Correspondents.

LIABILI TIES.

Town and County. •Mem. A.B. A. «New §State tPriv.

JMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
‘County Seats.
In No. 2 F.Res.Dist. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

3.635.400 1,404,960

583,020 21 947 490 9,868,360
at Secon
in St. at
Branch,
alo Ave.

92,440 S 252.410 I
91,190
208,330

915,410 4,708,440 » larine Midland Trust Co.__New York
ontinental Illinois Bank & Trust
Co_________________________ Chicago

25,000

52,920

406,810

Niagara Falls, N. Y„
Toronto, Ont.
222,390

15,000

214,140

8.490

Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
$150-7%
50-809
6,790
158,050 375,590
47,160 536,840
25,000
F. H. Smith. —
First National Bank.—®t'16 F. J. Flanagan____
12%
50-963
62,940
182,830
777.110
9,380
990,270
109,180
50,000
Kermit
Stearns___
John M. Thiel____ L. B. Ward
Bankof North Collins
$125-16%
50-810 d®TS’96
B Erie 0 4
par 25
81,410
832,280 589.360
40,000 173,540 1,167,730 201,150
R. J. Martin..
North Creek...47 North Creek National Bank
$300-16%
50-811
d®»t’10
Warren 122
28,330
95,420
337,090
6,210
22,630 416,250
40,000
North Java.__32 0 North JavaComDany Bankers F. J. Humphrey__ W. J. Humphrey— C. R. Curtis______ R, E. George..........
50-812
d®t’07
B Wyoming N 7
58,530
788.570
653,860
11,840
T. Davey______ 100,000 132,850 1,509,490
Northport.__252 8 First National Bk.&Trust Co. Rowland Miles____ J. H. Vanderveer . J. A. Gardiner........ A.
Philip Stark
$200-10%
50-565
T«t’01
Suffolk G8
par 100
100,000 202,360 1,239,860 29,000 576,440 849,070 69,630
Charles S. Mott___ R. W. Hawkins.__ Charles S. Mott, Tr. Chas. S. C. Smith,
Northport Trust Company
Sec.
Frank Quackenbush
5%+l%parlOO 50-564 d®T»tlT3
42,550
561,490 105,180
28,000 600,000
50.000
T,.
W.
Fry*
M. A. Peck ___ ..
O A Skutt
0 First National Bank .d®«t'll
John Hill, Ch.
$220 -12% par too 50-902
5,100
200,890
61,040
Wayne L12
29,250
9,700
224,970
25,000
W. L. C. Down-----North Syracuse North Syracuse Nat’l Bank
J. C. Maurer
6 $125 par 100 50-1119
®»t 26 C. A. Blanchard,
V. P.
55,150
7,710 1,152,150 1,279.700
100,000 195,390 2,586,270
n First National Bank _d®»’24 John J. Hughes___ C. A. Benedict------ A. I. Davidson..__ J. J. Crowley-----J. A. Potter, Ch.
7 par 100
50-1083
Westchester G6
D. Simson, Tr... 600.000 859.370 6.416,110 661,320 4,086,530 3,342.560 502,230
. State Trust Co.------- dT«t5’83 L.S.De Graff_____ G. A. Mitchell_____ W. M. Sutton, Sec.. L.
C. C. Fritz, A. Sec. A. W. Graf, A. Tr, (Central Branch•, H. A. Gr af, Mgr C.F. Brie k,A. M or.)
N. D. Fish
G. F. Rand. Ch.
9 par 50
50-301
H. P. Smith. V. P
46,820
508,450
890.74C
90,030 1,461.740
11,570
W.I.Robertson.Sec. 250,006
Union Trust Co—dB®T«t§’97 Fred’k Robertson. F. Robertson, Jr— E. W. Messing, Tr
W. C. Fisher
50-302
W. I. Robertson
10,000
647.440
65.000
737.09C
60.00C
140,806 1,230,880
J. A. Willard------0 Northville Bank____ ®»t§'95
$650-16% par 100 50-813
Fulton L22
40,440
STUART C. NELSON- 200,00( 293,26( 2,646,526 150.000 1,259,70C 1,152,300

$350-12%
par 100

Trust Co._____________ Philadelphia

________ c

f R. W. VradenCur g, Res. Partner____
65 \ STOCKS, BOND S AND COMMOD ITIES. See Adve rtisement in Buff alo, AT. Y., sect ion.

CHENANGO
COUNTY
NATIONAL BANK

A larine Trust Co--------------------- Buffalo
C lorn Exchange National Bank and

d
Michigan
Falls St. at First
at Eight y-sevent h St.

Tioga R14
Norfolk. ____

s

Power City Tr. Co., Niagara Falls.

222,060 HlarineMidlandTr. Co., N. Y.; Power City,
Niagara Falls.

G. B. Neville. Sec..

A. M. Ryan______ R. O. Corbin______

Chenango 017

225,770 G

THOMER H. HIGLEY JAMES P. HILL....... CYRUS M. HIGLEYCYRUS M. HIGLEY

Bradford, Pa.

54,700 I
68,560 C
135,950 C
79.350 C
24,250 (
253,220
N. Y.; Market St. N., Phil.
76.080
39,740
21,890
402,380 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.
605,480 Chase N. and Marine Midland Tr. N. Y.;
Marine Tr., Buffalo Far. Dep. N.. Pitt.
367,330 Irv. Tr., N. Y.; M & T Tr. and Marine
Tr. Co., Buff.
102,150 Chase N., N. Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb.
837,340 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N.Y.; Market St.
N., Phil.

<
I Special attentic n given Bill of La ding drafts, Cast and Time Items

LPiease send 15c w th each sight draft fi r presentation and 25c for Credit Repot ta.

& TRUST CO. T ,

50-362 .dB®T#t’83

NATIONAL BK. & TRUST CO J. Bennett Turnei John O. H. Reed
8% par 20 50-361 .dB®T»t 56

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L. F. Hotchkin__
Cash, and Tr, Off . R. I. Smith
M. F. Ford,
A, Tr. Off

400.0010

196,85

2,218,22(

1,753,27

380.41C

1

1,129,94(

91,89

220,380 Chase N. and N. City, N. Y.

,

„

. NurPb®r under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given

1201
eac*b ban^ **} U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
_________ Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

NEW YORK—Continued

Town and county. •Mem. A.B. A. ”New §State tPriv.
*Gounty Seats.
{Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.

ROCKLAND .....
COUNTY TR. CO. S. O.

par 100

50-458 d©Rs'06

Oakfield..........I919 Exchange Bank.. .... d«t§’83
B Genesee L7
12%
50-815
Oceanside____ 505 Oceanside National Bank
(.Rockville Center
*275
50-1073
d®’23
P- O.) Nassau F7
par 100
Odessa________ 379 First National Bank...d®'30
Schuyler P12
par 100
50-1168

E0B*EBTcMLEr

Ch.

Miller.

Tr, Officer.

Howard Van Buren H. W. Beasley,
M. B. Patterson
Sec. and Tr.

Resources.
Principal Correspondents.
Loans
Paid-up Surplus
Bondi
Depos­ Other
Kxand
and
Miscel­ Ca*h ft .D
Liabili­
and
Capital Profits
its
ck
Diaoounta Sieuritiis laneous chanobs
ties
prom Banks
J. A. Hail............... $ 100,000 $ 164,960
$ 585,210 $ 39,970 $ 507,250 $ 318,720 $
7,210 $ 56,980 Chase N., N. Y.; Northern N. Y. Tr Co
Watertown.
F. D. Gordon____
50,000
52,510
669,980
125,510
383,230
55,560
208,180 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Un. Tr. Co.
J. H. Baker______
r, „„„ Rochester.
25,000
36,450
286,800
47,080
242,500
4,820
G. R. De Puy
53,850 Chase N., N. Y.; Marine Tr., Buff,; Cent.
P. A. TWOMEY ..... 200.000 467.740 6,648,690 155.740 1,598,340 5,269,440
Tr. Co. and Un. Tr. Co., Roch.
99,070
505,310 N. City and Chase N., N. Y.;N. Com’] Bk.
& Tr. Co., Alb.
E. T. Lovatt,
200.000
290,180 3,358,810
141,530 1,140,600 2,409,510
A. Sec. and A. Tr.\
(Tr ust Dep artment resources $1,374,5 40)170,190 270,220 N. Y. Tr. Co., N. Y.
B. M. Johnson, A'. Tr. Off.
C. F. Safford
30.000
116,480
817,480
41,850
556,830 347,530
34,920
66,530 Chase N.. N. Y.; M & T Tr.. Buffalo.
D. R. Calkins
50.000
19,550
668,450
376,810
218,580
32,370
110,230 Chase N.. N. Y.

Ass’t Cashier.

F. E. Wright_____ G. S. Haxton______
F. H. Daniels__
Rufus H. Smith... Christian Binner
Ferdinand HebenFrederick W.Shaw
streit
F. C. Campbell____ C. W. Hausner.
H. C. Keller______ L. H. Underdown..
R. D. Horton,

Sec. of Bd,

Ogdensburg 16,915

Nathan Frank’s Sons___ t'07 (Julius Frank and
St. Lawrence D17
50-242
Leo Frank)
Ogdensburg Trust Co.
R. H. McEwen .
J. L. O’Connor____ M. C. Ashwood, Tr
par 20
50-239 dB@T»tS’54 A. S. O'Neil. Ch. " W. A. Newell
Harry Dunn,
Frank A. Augsbury, J. C. Howard
Tr. Off.
V, P, and Ch, Exec. J. T. Hannan

Com

B

CattaraugusR6

/M. M. HOLMES - . I. E. WORDEN_ _ _ _ F. H. WINKLER,
E. G. SISSON_ _ _ _
N. V.V.FRANCHOT,
Cash, and Tr. Off. ‘I. F. PRATT
j
Ch. of Bd
J. M. HODGES,
:. A. MILLER
EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK
A. Tr. Off, i. M. HANNIFAN
50-268
®T«t’78
FIRST NATIONAL BANK

5475-25%porlOO 50-267

d®T»t’71

Special attentlo n given BUI or La ding drafts, Cash
and Time Items.
.Send us your O lean Items.
A. Dusenbury.. C. L. Davis_______ C. B. Nelson______ F. P. Heberle____

W.

A. E.Yahn
H. C. Carpenter,

Olean Trust Co...dB®T»i§’14 O. L. Bockmier ...
5265-12% par 100 + 50-2 69

Oneida_____10,558
Madison L16

E. M, Weis, A. C.

Tr. Off.

T. O. Boyd
R. L. Davis

W. A. Flynn______ C. E. Dittrich, Sec.
M. J. Hannon. Tr..

__

Otsego P19

77,620

10,840

26,920

595,940 7,110.460

13,340

171,810

260,550 2,070,760
50.000

50,040

63,100

4,020

58,820

20,500

5.130,460 2,165,450

519,720

662,570 Bk. of America N.A. and Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.;
N. Y. State N., Alb.; Bk. of Montreal,
Prescott, Ont.
100,870 Bk. of America N. A., N. Y.; Ogdensburg
Tr. Co.„ Ogdensburg.
66.700 Chase N.. N. Y.: 1st Bk. & Tr. Co.. Utica;
Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracuse.
638,700 Chase N..N.Y.

760,410

25,260
25,490

579,170

3.848,320 2,486,000

545,390

455,860 6,589,520

341,000

5,547,530 1,020,620

369,350

698,880 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Market
St. N., Phil.; Bk. of Pitt. N.A., Pitt •
Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

27,950 1.304,930

250,060

250,970 Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co,
Buffalo.
362,320 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. & Dep. Co.,
Syracuse.

1,000.000

296,910 5.642,330

250,000

100,000

1,146,690 5,630,890

587,220

802,600

42,140

1.908,470 1,233,500

323,430

300 6,035,660

198,460

543,150 Empire Tr. Co. and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.;
Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

84,890

391,760 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syra­
cuse.

833,590

151.000

350,040 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Chase N„ N.
Y.; N. Corn! Bk. & Tr. Co., Alb.

2,825,540 2,082,750

535,950

519,750 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N.. Phil,; N. Y. State
N., Alb.

(Lns.
Disc, and
Mlges,)

(Bds, &

Mtges.)
333,350

1,844,930 1,222,060

100.000

137,150 2,476,460

100,000

1,478,990

EDWARD .
ROBERT HALL.... LEWIS F. ROSE.. LEWIS H. ATWELL
CRIPPEN
BURTON HULBERT, " -ARL PA—"

200,000

738,720 4,925,230

100,040

par 100

50-347 dB®T»t’74

Ontario______ 420

Largest and Old
Every modern
personal atte
When payment

estBank. Establ
faculty for mak
ntlon of an offlc
Is refused reaso

State Bank of Ontario
J. S, Albright_____ A. S. Pratt____
loo
d®«t5’13
50-936
Orchard Park 1144 Bank of Orchard Park
L. E, Willet
C. J. Dudley.
B Erie N 5
5315-12% ♦ 50-964 dB©«t§T6
par 100
5300-20% par

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A. Tr. Of.

(Tr ust Dep artment

lshed 1871.
Ing collections,
er of the bank,
ns are given.

4,420 N. Bk. of Ogdensburg, Ogdensburg.

145,430

139,050

265,990 2,769,290

WILBER NATIONAL BANK

24.960 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

902,060

818,540

175,000

par 25

6,700

1,444,780

132,080

Citizens National Bk.&Tr.Co. Bertus C. Lauren
Owen C. Becker__ H. W. Stanton____ Nathan Pendleton
5295-10%
50-348dB®T*t’07
Charles Smith, Ch.
par 100

5700-16%

Wayne L10

600,000

3,840

■ J. H. BROWN- - - - - SlU'pFfflEV- C. L. PAGE. Sec..... C. L PARMALEE. Tr.
MdeposIt (JoHpanyTR- & R. L. CROCKETT.
J.J. ENNIS. A. Sec. E. J.MARKERT.A.2Y, 200.000 99,040 3,263,340 265,330
V P
5170-8h% ♦50-353 dB®T»t§’13 I Do a general Ba G.H. NEWMAN
nklng
and
Excha
nge business. Co Uectlons sent us will rec elve pro
par 100
^Prompt attentl on to all banking matters entrust ed
mpt att entlon.
to ns.
OneidaSavings Bank__«t$’66 1. L. Snell________ H. W. Coley______
M. S. Markham,
T. J. McCouliff,
4H>%
50-352
Rhody Toher
Sec. and Tr. A. Sec. and A. Tr.
Oneida Valley Nat. Bank
H. D. Fearon.......... Rhody Toher_____ Robert H. Fearon _
5130-16%
50-351.dB®T«t’51
A. B. Munroe, Ch.

Oneonta ___ 12.536

50.000
50,000

W. H. Green, Sec...
E. J. Madill, A. Tr.
A. K. Strong, A.Tr.
A. L.Phillips.A.JV.

St. Lawrence County Sav.Bk. 3. F. Jillson______ G. C. Madill______
Wm. D. Ingram,
A. G. La Vigne, Tr..
50-241
®§’09
John B. Tyo
Old Forge____ 840 First National
Sec.
Bank..d®»t’17 Maurice Callahan W. D. Marks______
Herkimer 119
Carl O. Pfaff
MargaretL.Helmer
10% par 100 50-975

Olean_____ 21,790

Towns with Nearest Banking Point (InL,aws (indexed) in back of this
For Interest Kates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

Liabilities.

In No. 2 F. R. Dist. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
PRESIDENT.
Vice-President.
Cashier.
Buffalo Branch d-SafeDep.®Sa?.$LastSaIe%Div.
Norwood
iggo State Bank of Norwood
W. J. Fletcher
E. E. Wright_____ J. B. Pringle______
St. Lawrence D18 5185-6%
50-814 d®»t§’87
par 100
Nunda_______ 1085 Nunda Bank----------- d®»t’73 F. G. Olp_________
B. E. Jones_______
B Livingston 08 20% par 100 50-627
Peter DePuy’s Bkg. House P. J. De Puy______
E. E. De Puy_____
50-628
®»t’95
Nyack----------- 5392 NYACK NATIONAL BK.-T*i 78 FRANK COMESKY
J. D. DUNLOP
Rockland F5
50-457
J. C. TRAPHAGEf

B is

12%

volume.

resources

$2,930,0 10)

J. W. Hickey_____ Carl B. Mepham..
G. C. Cone, Sec.

30.000

74,960 1,157,520

35,980

914,430

269,300

55,780

G. L. Colby______

58,950 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Lin.-Alliance Bk. & Tr.
Co., Rochester.

60.000

115,000 1,200,000

50.000

550,000

755,000

40,000

80,000 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo;
Peo., Hamburg.

F. E. Brown_____

vEfte Cftage i%attonaI |Panfe

OF THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
TO HO to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers
1202 Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass n.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back oi tins
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

President.

i Vice-President.

Surplus

Ass’t Cashier.

Cashier.

and

G. J. Pollard_____A. D. Van Vechten M. W. Davison, Tr R. A. Houlihan, Sec. $ 100.000
Oriskany Falls 853 First Trust & Deposit Co.
W.mT. Terry, A. Tr. C. W. Clark, Tr. Off,
”7
Oneida M17
$175-6% ♦ 50-817 dR®T*t§’26 J. A. Dolan, V. P. J. H. Dunster
par 100
O. J. Ten Hagen...
Ossining___15.241 Bank for Savings------- ©«§’54 C. T. Young............- G. S. Hilliker.......... S. G. Ellegood, Sec.
John P. Hobbie
Westchester F6 4>*%
50—317

ZSTbt.

**•*«*........-...............-........... D-?J
$200-7%

:J. H. Purdy----

C 4PH & Ex­
Bonds Miscel­ changes
Loans
,Due
and
and
laneous trom Banks
Discounts Securities

Depos­

Profits

its

$ 106,390 $ 910,330 $

58,900 $ 594,310 $ 524,050

1,229,920 8,027,770

OSSINING
TRUST CO.
12% par 100

50-319 d®T»t§'02

10,000 $

‘Oswego ___22,652

<

Oswego K13

g^OOWDEN.

40,090 8,765,890

251,720

199,990 Empire Tr. Co. and Chase N„ N. Y.

250.000

234,070 1,557,850

160.000

419,410 1,170,770

294,730

317,010 Irv. Tr. Co., N. City, and Chase N„ N. Y.

200,000

435.090 2,958.850

34,900

2,138,770 1,040,240

237,200

212,630 Chase N. and Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr.

Pres, and Ch.

E. D. STREET..........E. B. MOTT.
, 0

V. P. and Sec.
T. P. KINSF0RD

. E. D. BROWN, ,
V. P. and A.
V. P. and Cash.
C. R. SANDERS, ^ HARRY SIMON
V. P. and Tr. Off. H. A. HUBBARD
B. H. BROWN
L. W. MOTT , „

A. G. TUCKER,

400.000

447,870 5,781,110

418,320

1,953,940 3,482,080

212,800 1,398,470 Irv. Tr. Co. and Chase N„ N. Y.; Syracuse

Exec. Com. G. H. CAMPBELL
$100-9% par 25 50-209 d®T»t 64 J
(.United States, State, County an d City Depositor y. Special atten tion giv en colie ctions.
4,080
18,200
989,750 5,868,200
E. B. Mott----------- E. P. Farrell_____ J. 3. Handley, Sec. W. J. Blackburn,l*r.
Oswego City Sav. Bank
M.
P.
Neal
4,469,610
5,817,120
1,012,410
4«%
50-207 d®»§’59
(.Bds.
F. B. Shepherd.... T. H. Bennett....... 3. H. Baker. Sec. .. James Dunlap, Tr.
Oswego County Sav. Bank
H. J. Peebles
& Mtgs.)
4H%
50-210
®»tl’70
206,060
26,280
801,190
60,710
25,000
B. Franklin---------- Patrick Savage... R. J. Purdy_____
‘Ovid_______ 537 First National Bank dB®»i'05 Seymour Horton .. H. J. Yan Vleet
Elizabeth F. Miles
790,550
52,330
14% par 100
50-818
Seneca M12
100,000 217,320 1,501,640
J. T. Gorman------- P. H. Beecher___ Jas. J. Leahy_____
C. Truman,
‘Owego_____ 4742 FIRST NATIONAL BANK _ W.
Wm.G. Ellis,
W. C. Truman,
W.
G.
Ellis
Ch.
of
Bd.
and
Pres.
$300-12%
50-454 dB®T»t 36
Tioga Q14
A. Tr. Off,
Tr. Off.
620,000
par 100
150,000 175,340 1,342,440 100,000
G. W. Clark............ F. W. Abel.............. E. B. Cornell_____ H. G. Foster-------Owego National Bank
(Incl.
T. H. Reddish,
$200-12% 50-456 d©T»t'83
Res.)
V. P. and Mgr.
par 100
625,540
112,710
W. H. Emerson....
145,000 1,100,610
100,000
Oxford...____1601 First National Bank.d®»t’64 J. C. Estelow------ W.L. Van Wagenen F. A. McNeil_____
Chenango P16 $250-12% par 100 50-819
2,266,240
50,390
2,727,190
L.
C.
Smith,A.
Sec
196,790
125,000
Oyster Bay ...3700 North Shore Bank Trust Co. C. A. Clewer........ A. B. Cheshire----- C.W.Carll,
Sec. and Tr.
Trust Departm ent Resou rces over
Robert Seaman
50-601 ®T»tl'08
Nassau H 7
H.S.P. Hilton.
Tr. Off.
Griffin,
S. Y. Bayles_____ E. A. Hegeman— E. F. Cheshire, Tr.. E. F.
Oyster Bay Trust Co.
Sec. and Tr, Off
J.W.Petrie.
A. Sec
E.
F.
Cheshire
E.
A.
Hegeman,
Ch.
$325-l2%par50 50-500 d®T»tl'90
Ozone Park_____ {See New York City, Borough of Queens)
( Woodhaven P. O.)
Queens F6
Painted Post. 2328 Painted Post National Bank L. B. Hodgman----- A. J.Berns.............. H. W. Cloos----- B. M. Callahan----F. J. Townsend
Steuben Qll
$210-8% par 100 50-1037 d®’21
J. H. L. Gallagher. C. G. Adams............ C. G. Adams, Sec.
Palmyra ____2592 Wayne County Trust Co.
Wayne Lll
50-820
dB®»t’64 G. L, Abbott, Ch.
J. S. Seigart—
W. B. Harter — J. C. Maurer--------- H. C. Fuller____
Parish ...... ..508 State Bank of Parish
G. A. Davey
$150-6%
50-997 dB®«t§’19
Oswego K15
par 100
Patchogue.__6860 Citizens Trust Co—®T»25’16 S. N. Gerard------- E. E. Hawkins, Jr,. George D. Dill, 7V.1H. L. Rieth, Sec .
Nelson McBride
Suffolk H8
8%
50-491

Mills------- F. B. Newins_____ F. A. Potter, Sec... A. L. Wicks, Tr.—
John J. Roe
J. Robert Bailey
par 100
A. W. Shelbourne. G. H. Hatfield........ R, J. Hawkins,
E.
A.
Foster-----Peoples National Bank
Counsel
$165 par 100 50-1109
B®T*t'25 R. D. Krause, V. P. W. G. Overton
E.Johanknecht.Jr., R. A. Van Tuyl,
W. A. Hulse.—
E.
G.
Terrell----Union Savings Bank d®«t|'96
A. Sec
Sec.
R. S. Pelletreau
4W%
50—490

PATCHOGUE BANK&TR.C0. Jesse C.
10%

Co., N. Y.; 1st N. and Phil. N., Phil.

100,000

25,000
100,000

25,000
200,000

333,010 2,576,610

6,340

Tr. Co, and 1st Tr. & Dep. Co., Syracuse.

6,306,280

126,280

439,490 Chase N„ N. Y.: Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo;

1,909,950

164,260

285,700 Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Alb, Tr. Co., Alb.;

558,580

31,950

116,590 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. CO., N. Y.

863,990

67,180

149,570 Chase N„ N. Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb.: Phil.

827,060

27,000

293,720 N. Y. Trust Co. and Empire Tr. Co.. N. Y.:
Liberty, Buffalo.

698,140

22,660

111.980 1st N„ N. Y.

87,140

286,540 Chase N. and Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.;

459,440
$1,600,000

Pavilion State Bank d©t§'28 F. J. Humphrey—
10% par 100 50-968
S. T. Green_____
Pawling____ 1204 National Bank of Pawling
$275-14% par 100 50-635
dt’49
Dutchess D6
M. D. Green_____
Pawling Savings Bank

B Genesee M7

50-636©t§'70

W. J. Humphrey — T. P. Bevins-------H. A. Holmes------ - A. E. Bodge_____ E. T. Green........
J. D. Colman
H. F. Blessing------ G. A.Daniels, Tr.. F. C. Daniels. See.
II. N. Allen

Syracuse Tr. Co„ Syracuse.

2d N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Oswego; 1st Tr. &
Dep. Co., Syracuse.

N„ Phil.

Market St. N., Phil.

.00

1,161,310 1,465,730

202,390

186,520 Irv. Tr. Co. and N. City, N. Y.

68.430 N. City, N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co.. Buffalo.

56,570|

269,360

202,100

35,200

85,040 1,921,810

55,030]

641,180 1,275,080

95,640

568,250

53,100

458,460

177,720

28,650

369,210 4,531,400

322,690

4,131,760

282,890

266,940

741.710 Chase N., Bkrs. Tr.. Gty. Tr. Co., Irv. Tr.

2,026,470

821,910

61,740

212,330 Irv. Tr. Co., Bkrs. Tr. Co., and Brooklyn

196,860

12,070

5,544,420 2,618.270

96,100

405,640 N. City and Bkrs. Tr„ N. Y.; Patchogue

32,420

36,000

461,100

200,000

397,390 2,370,660

154,410

100.000

541,130

5,860

50-489dB®T»Ji'84

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$

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M. W. BARNUM-..........WM. A. RANNEY -- GEORGE F. HOAG, Tr. P.

Principal Correspondents.

Resources.

Liabilities.
Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.nNew § state tPnv.
*County Seats. I JMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In No. 2 F. R. D. I ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. | d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div

61,430

1,292,880 7,371,560

434,220]

17,530 Irv.

Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Syracuse Tr. Co.,
and 1st Tr. & Dep. Co., Syracuse.
and N. City, N. Y.
Tr. Co., N. Y.

65,260 Chase N. and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.

Bk. & Tr. Co., Patchogue; Bk. of Man­
hattan Tr. Co., Jamaica.

164,540

29,880

32,290 Chase N„ N. Y.; M & TTr. Co.. Buff.; 1st

335,360

25,950

98,170 Chase N„ N. Y.

600 1.655,100

37.660

89.430 Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. Bank of Pawling,

50.000

34,140

529,740

10,170

397,340

100,000

195,050

456,590

21,910

314,060

181,300 1,601,500

149.980

N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Rochester.

Pawling.

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Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In-

NEW YORK—Continued
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Ass’t Cashier.

Paid-up
Capital

volume.

Liabilities.
II
Resources.
SURPLU *i Depos- Other
Loam
Bonds
Mtsceland
and
L
iabili­• !
and
ITS
Discounti» Securitiei, laneous
Profits
ties

For In
Principal Correspondents.

&
BANK8

Cash
Ex­
change*,Dce
FROM

Pearl River...1600
Rockland G5

t R. R. Felter
La Forest Hopper J. E. Lovatt____ J. T. Allen____
$ 100,00()$ 109,65( $1 612 19() $ 109,87C1 $1 180 78() S 542,45() S 84,70() $ 123,790
4
Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Phil. N„ Phil,
G. W. Hadeler
State Bank of Pearl River John Toner ... ...
O. F, Stepbach,
Cornelius School­
100,001
34.38C
471.42C)
25,550l
156,540)
251,03()
106.30C >
$135 par ioo ♦ 50-1072 d©»t§’L 3
117,470
lhase N.. N. Y.
V.P.
and
Cash
Warner
Cosgrove
craft
Peekskill___17,125 Peekskill National Bank& John Towart, Jr.,
David Barry_____ Susie Ten Eyck,
100,00c 183,19C 2,758,52C1
97,5401
463.66C1 2.215.23C )
Westchester E5
86.25C)
374,1001 Ity. Tr. Co. and N. Y. Tr. Co., N. Y.; N.
Trust Co.-50-252__d(T
6 Ch. ofBd. and Pres James Dempsey,
.4.
Tr.
Off
*400-10% par 100
Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co.. Alb.
V. P. and Tr. Off.
(Formerly Peekskill Na
Bk.)
Peekskill Savings Bk.
Milton Jordan
R. S. Allen______ Henry L. Frost___
Wm. II. Gish.
1,527,840
7,270,1501
9,950
20,400i 8,008,3201
225.05Ci
04%
50-251 d(s
554,150 empire Tr. Co., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.,
9
E. J. Wilson, Tr.
E. J. Wilson
. C. A. Pugsley,
F. I. Pugsley ........ Bartow B. Seymoui W. E. Palmer
Syracuse; Westchester Co. N„Peekskill.
100,000 1,278,620 9,283,210
599,100 ■ 2,908,590 7,264,580'
477,520
3 Ch. of Bd, and Pres H. Alban Anderson A. C. Lee, A. C.
i
610,230 1. City. Irv. Tr. Co., and Chase N., N. Y.;
E. J. Dim
Pelham_____ 2053
1 J. T. Brook........... M. T. Townsend. . C. E. Latimer___
N.
Com'l Bk. & Tr. Co., Alb.
200,00C
325,000
Westchester G6 *375-6% par 100 50-1038
1,567,000 1,960,000
328,000 5k. of America N. A. and Gty. Tr. Co.,
F. Brown, Exec.
*Penn Yan__5329 Baldwin's Bank_____©«t§’6 9 A. F. Robson____ C.
N.
W.
N.
Wise______
Y.
C F Willie
50,000
424,470
2,308,980
33,800
Yates Oil
737,920 1,859,320
*775-50% par 100 50-459
65,660
154,350 ( hase N., N. Y.; Phil. N., Phil.; N. Com’l
CITIZENS RANK___d@.« 9 ) JohnH. Johnson, H. M. Parmele___ H. M. Putnam. ... Parmele Johnson.. 50,000 326,220 2,117,390 120,030
Bk.
& Tr. Co., Alb.; M & T Tr., Buffalo.
1,122,410 ’ 736,720
477,990
par 100
50-460
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
276,520 ( Rase N., N. Y.; Phil. N., Phil.; N. Y.
Perry.............. 4231 Citizens Bank_____d®*±§’8 8 G. M. Traber___ W. T. Olin............ C. M. Smith____ L. P. Benedict___
State
N„ Alb.
50.000
104,410 1,122,(B0
8,420
531,710
472,360
56,390
224,430 ]
B Wyoming N8 *200-12% par 100 ♦ 50- 464
W. W. Grieve
First Nat'l Bank __dB©T«t'5 i G. K. Page______
H. N. Page___
J. D. Rudgers.........
100,000
64,310 1,535,470
100,000
369,410 1,218,090
61,500
150,780 (
*120-7% par 100 50-463
Phelps....... ..... 1397
elps National Bank.®«t’l 9 C. H. Garlock......... A. T. Van Nostrand
Mae Van B.Hibbard
50,000
94,400
715,340
51,540
175,780
621,990
9,310
104,200 1
Ontario Mil
*172.50-12% 50-821
Philadelphia ..817 Bank of Philadelphia.®»tP8 W. S. Hubbard.... A. E. Bullard ___ C. D. Reed______
25,000
22,980
275,270
14,030
176,910
93,220
32,210
34,930 ]
Jefferson G16
*150-8%
50-822
Philmont___ 1868
Co., Watertown,
st National Bank...©»t'0 4 E. L. Harder____ H. D. Cornell____ H. L. De Wald ___ P H. Vonne
50,000
33,970
888,290
34,710
483,960
405,390
21,260
Columbia A6
96,360 ( hase N., N. Y.
*190-8%
50-823
James Hayes
Phoenix_____1758 Phoenix Bank......... d®«tS’6 E. G. Hutchinson— F. W. Hoefler____ C. E. Hutchinson.. Alice L. Kinney..
35,000
54,580
938,800
12,720
276,040
641,930
34,750
Oswego L14
88,370 1 it N., N. Y.; 1st Tr. & Dep. Co. ar
*270-14% par ioo 50-824
Pike.............. ... 321 Pike Banking Co.__________ (Closed)
Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracuse.
B Wyoming 07
Pine Bush____517 Pine Bush National Bank
S. Vernoov
A. R. Armstrong... James N. Mapes__
50,000
50,070
808,120
59,190
219,820
634,140
26,570
Orange D4
86,850 C ent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.
Pine Plains...1600
J. H. Bostwick___ Edward Bryan___ W. B. Jordon, Jr...
45,000
59,700
237,160
45,000
76,910
185,030
5,450
119,450 C hase N.t N. Y.; N. Y. State N.. Alb.
Dutchess B6
10% pai 75
50-8 27
Pittslord____1460 Pittsford National Bank
L. C. Forman____ E. W. Bartholomew B. N. Windsor___ H. R. Bacon____
50.000
42,970
776,490
6,790
318,200
29,140
B Monroe M9 *260-6%
89,640 C hem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Lin. Allianc
50-1084
®«
par 100
Rochester; Syracuse Tr. Co. Syracuse.
Plattsburg. .13,349 First National Bank____
(Consolidated with Plattsburg National Bank & Trust Co., December 13, 1930)
Clinton D24
W. H. Howell......... H C. Rickerson___ F. X. O’Neill____
200,000
113,960 4,359,600
211,350 3,722,910
522,260
160,000
479,750 Cent.
C
C. M. Miller, V. P. B. F. Feinberg
Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.
J. W. Davern, V.P.
C1.

j

H. CHAHOOR— J.P. MYERS............ F. H.JUSTIN........... E. L. SAXE- - - - - - - - C. M. HARRINGTON

500,000

Port Chester 22,662
Westchester G7

par

100

FIRST NAT’L BK. & TR. CO. Ellwood Burdsall,

12%

par 20

50-281 dB©T»J64

5,852.160 3.558,640

140,950

826,000

l ;t N. and Chase N., N. Y.; N. Y. State N
Alb.; Royal Bk. of Canada, Montreal.

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1 Send us your bu slncss for prompt

and efficient ser vice.
(.Collections pres ented promptly a nd remitted for on day of paymen t.
Pleasantville .4540 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
A. C. Hoyt___________ B. D. Hull ...................... W. E. Bell_______ Harry Klingler___ 200,000
Westchester F6 *200-6%
50-1110 dB®T*t’2i H. E. Manville. Ch.
C. J. Campbell,
par 100
Sec. of Bd.
MOUNT PLEASANT BK. & TR B. H. Carmer____ Robert Haviland.. C. E. Dixon,
O. E. Lane, A. Tr._ 200,000
CO. ♦ 50-828 dB®T»t§’85
H.
L.
Hunter
Sec.
and Tr. H.Hogle,Jr., A. Tr.
*375-8% par 100
G. H. Cornel], A. S ec.
Poland.............462 Citizens National Bank
S. R. Brayton....... W. D. Robens........ R. W. Read___________
50,000
Herkimer L19
*250
50-829
d®»'l(
J. W. Brayton
Port Byron___890 National Bk. of Port Byron B. W. Mott............ Irvin R. Warren.....
3. A. Smith______
25,000
Cayuga M 13
*156-4% par 100 50-1096 d®t’24
*300-16%

dfifi
AAA
tOO,OOU

859,730

D. M. Williams___
J. V. Schupp, Jr.
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. J. W. lngman.
T. F. Stahl, '
H. I. Miller
Tr. Off.
A. Tr. Off. C. C. Miller

A. H. & L. Kavoritz,
Private Bankers...........t’30
Mutual Trust Co. of West­ E. W. Simons____
chester County.dB©T#T§'01 F. W- Horton. Ch. Dean Smith
*390-6%+5% extra ♦ 50-283

WilliamO. Remsen, Dean Smith, Sec__
Tr. C. A. Greve, A. Sec.
(El. A. Horton, .4. Tr.
r. W. Ryan Sec. ___|(Jeorge A.Studwell,
Port Chester Sav. Bk._.t§’65 John W. Diehl. ... ]R. B. M. Cook
50-282
1EL L. Marshall, Jr. ,F. J. Roach, A. Tr. 1
Tr.

144,990 1,569,910

11,440

750,170

770,070

25,660

235,740 3,032,970

120,790

2,498,220

590,330

281,240

71,910

489,140

108,120

15,090

53,480 Gtty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. C

153,450

108,800

14,930

31,190 Clent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; {

5,985,600 1,913,240

547,090

380,420 C

Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.

109,870

434,050

219,700 Irv.
I]
Tr. Co. and Chase N., N. Y.

cuse.

3,240

Tr. Co., Syracuse.

500,000

490,080 8,077,730

295,350

917,220 C hase N., Bkrs. Tr. Co., Irv. Tr.

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

300,000

326,980 4,641,600

646,140

3,657,320 1,236,640

418,990

601,770 G

1,402,730 :12 738 720

8,000

9,510,940 3,543,7401

540,230

554,540 C

par 100

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1877

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CASHIER.

Vice-President.

ASS'T CASHIER.

Paid-up £"URPLUS Depos­
AND
its
Capital Profits

R. A. Hall

R. L, Wallace-------- M. Berman----------Port Henry...2040 Citizens National Bank
C. B. Warner
Essex G24
par 100
50—559
d©T*t’93

par 100
First National Bank.d®»t'97 F. A. Kline_______ Thos. O’Donnell..
$250-10% par 100
50-555

NATIONAL BANK
50-344

d®T»t'7l>

F. SPEIDEL.
FREDERICK B.POST H. B. SWARTWOUT - W.Cash,
and Tr, Off.
im.

NATIONAL BANKS TRUST CO fEUGENE F. MAPES ALFRED MARVIN-—
$260-12%
par 100

50-343

Other
liabili­
ties

Bonda
Loana
and
and
Diaoounta Securities

3abh k ExHAneia,Dtfx
: VllSCELJLNEOUS
box

507,000 $ 1266 000 S 155.000

Banks

N,. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.
220,000 Chase
C

100.000

150,000 1700 000 $ 198,000

100,000

205,050 1,581,280

37,060

443,770 1,343,460

49,430

50,000

127,490 1,219,250

53,580

474,720

842,930

22,260

110,410 N.
h Y. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

200,000

350,040 2,423,240

102,340

1,356,280 1,364,320

50.169

304,860 1 stN.. Irv. Tr. Co., and N.City.N.
N„ Phil.

130,000

267,860 2,597,480

161,220

1,510,840 1,124,670

161,140

359,890 CJhase N„ N. Y.; N. Com’I Bk. &
Alb.

376,500

26,290

127,670

246,330

37,860

31,560 lhase N„ N. Y.; Watertown N.,
town.

197,780 2.344,480

39,370

818,010 1,263,110

334,040

285,460 Jhase N. and Irv. Tr.. N.Y.: Bk.
hat tan Tr. Co., Jamaica.

271,010

10,600

111,920

181,330

12,810

36,970

125,000

181,350 2,486,840

14,000

1,253,680 1,009,730

228,760

315,010

100.000

130.750 1,570,460

50,660

1,308,210

297,130

110,130

135,400

100,000

265,130 2.553,760

89,890

1,278,760 1,310,310

115,150

74,450

330

B\ B. Warner

R. B. Dayton........... Forrest Raynor.—
Port Jefferson 2200 Bank of Port Jefferson
Suffolk G9
$405-14%
50-554 d®*t§'89

Port Jervis.. 10,243 FIRST
Orange E3
par 100

Principal Correspondents.

RESOURCES.

Liabilities.
Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A>New § State tPriv.
‘County Seats, tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
in No. 2 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.®Sav.?LastSale%Div.

JOHN J. DULEY,

Incl,
Mtgs.)

A.Cash. and Tr. Off.
d®T»t 66 Thoroughly equ lpped to handle a 11 banking matter s entrusted to us.
(.Prompt Service.
M. J. Wilcox_____

Port Leyden...717 Port Leyden National Bank S. J.Neff________ A. J. Schroeder...
$225-12%
60-1027 d®»t’20 G. P. Wilcox, Ch.
Lewis J18

25,000

15,640

86,720 C base N. and Irv. Tr., N.Y.; N.Y. S
Albany.

par 100

Pt. Richmond.__ (See New York City, Boro ugh of Richmond)
Richmond G5

Port Washington
Nassau H6 3000

ANK OF NORTH HEMP­
STEAD—50-830 dB®»tS'02

H. R. Smith---------

B. H. Monfort------- John Spalinger.—

125,000

A. O. Bayles

$400-6% par 100

50,000

Henry A. Alker----- Alfred S. Bayles..
Harbor National Bank
Walter C. Smith
50-1156
d©'29

11,440

$135 par 100

_..NK STRUCT C0Nd©W19

H. R. Tibbits--------

A. R. Cornell-------Cash, and Tr. Off. Elsie H. Bailey

C. H. Benedict.
A. V. Fraser

$475-10% par 100 50-992

Potsdam..........4136

CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK

St. Lawrence D18 $225-12%

50-472

®f*t’89

R. H. Byrns______ F. L. Cubley-----C. M. Collins

Peoples Bank---------- ®T»t§’89 F. R. Woodruff— W. O. Daniels.
L. L. Gibson
R. L. Sisson, Ch.
12% par 20 50-471

C. F. DeRosia------ H. W. VanCamp...

100,000

‘Poughkeepsie
Bartolo Barone.—
Bartolo Barone, Private
40,288 Banker ..50-170---------®t’21
Dutchess C6

R. E. Aldrich-------Fallkill Nat. Bk. &Tr. Co
A. G. Smith
$400-14%
50-166
dBT»t'52 Wm. Schickle,
Ch. Exec. Com
par 100

R. G. Baumbusch_ W. W. Maloney,
3rd F. P., Cash, ana

$250-16%
par 10


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50-169 d®T»tS’01

6E0R6A,
Ch. of Bd.

T. W. BARRETT

898,380 2,963,760

24,600

86,160

100 1,320,280 1,520,240

nase
xM xot xi. x*
™#*
Syracuse; Northern N. Y. Tr. Co., Watertown.
62,620 Banca Coin’l Italiana Trust Co., N, Y.;
15.720
Banca Commerciale Italiana, Naples,
Italy.
74,600 1,197,130 Chase N., N. Y.

Tr. Off

G. R. Forman........
Farmers & Mnfrs. N. Bank John B. Grubb------ C. E. Lawrence ... _ Otis W. Sherman.
H.C. Barker, Tr.Off
R. F. Butts
$203.50-9% 50-165
dT»t’34
par 100
First National Bank.d®*t’64 Robert Hoe---------- Edward F. Cary..
A. W. Travis
H. A. Schatz
50-167
$60-10%
par 20
R. I. Lawrence.
Merchants National Bank & Pelton Cannon—
A. C. and A. Tr. O
M. G. Folger,
Trust Co—50-168—d®T*t’45
Tr.
Off
$190-7% par 100
. J. F. Lovejoy, Tr. . H. E. Meeks. A. Tr
F. L. Gardner____
Poughkeepsie Sav. Bk.
John B. Grubb
4H%
50-164
®«tS’31

POUGHKEEPSIE
TRUST COMPANY

250,000

14,340

876,960

N. Y.

60,000

304,560

327.410 Chat. Phenix. N. Y.; N. Y. State N.. Alb.

200,000 ■ 330,000 1,913,980

447,000

1,626,610

250,00C

502,810 8,753,00C

150,180

3,746,950 4,654,330

112,460 1,142,250 Chase N„ Irv. Tr. Co., and N. City., N. Y.;
Un. Tr. Co.. Clev.

175,00(

134.30C 4,153.53C

56,270

2,086,48C 1,510,330

256,160

656,130 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co.,
Alb.; N.Shawmut, Bos.; Phil. N.. Phil.

18 042 84C 7,399,970

434,560

406,730 Chase N. and Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

2,855,82(

567,00

571,530 Bkrs. Tr. Co. and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.;

E. P. CORLISS. Tr. F. JL SC"W»|U. ■5 ec.
J. H. KUHN,
Tr. W.«. DUTCHEK.,^ .
300,00 D
F.W. SCHUSTER, jo,■ A.

3,795,65( 22 488 45C

973,52 D 8,488,97

358,230

6,126,35

N. Com’I Bk. & Tr. Co., Alb.

"•"•■'iffc.o*

*

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J.

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County.
^County Seats.
No. 2 Fed.Res.Dist.
B is Buffalo Br.

•Mem.A.B.A.nNew §State fPriv.
fMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab
♦Fed. Res. Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.@Sav.$LastSale%Div

Non-Rank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK Continued
Liabilities.

Vice-President.

President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Prattsburg___ 584 Prattsburgh State Bank
F. E. Blood----------- Wm. B. Pratt____ W. C. McConnell _ Otis Waldo.
10% porlOO 50-640 dB®t§'04
S. B. Merritt
Steuben 010

Resources.

Loana
Bonda MiscelSurplus; Depos­ Other
Paid-up
and
and
and
Liabili­
its
Capital Profits
Diacountfii Securities( LANEOUS
ties
S

50,000 $ 110,920-1 586,05C1 $

12,000 $ 239.64Cl$ 407,22C1 $

•Pulaski .........2046 Peoples National Bank
W. J. Peach---------- F. B. Rich................ F. L. Burdick_____ Miss Clara D.
*100 par 50 50-952
d®»t’15
Mahaff
Oswego J15

50,000

25,470

592,560i

96,000

Pulaski National Bk,.d©»t’65 L. J. Clark_______ Ella M. Clark.......... F. A. Clark_______
12% par 100 50-831

75,000

66,500 1,709,850i

100,000

75,000 1.180,000

Principal Correspondents.
b

Cash Ex­
changes,Dui
from Banks

5.47C (Is 106,6301 Chase N., N. Y.; M & T Trust Co., Buff.;
Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

302,61C1

35,780 (

59,840 1 N. City, N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

1,430

418,440i 1,266,120i

48,800i

119,430 N. Y. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.,
Syracuse.

4,000

765,000

490,000i

20,000i

84,000 Chase N. and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Marine
Tr. Co., Buffalo.
16,410 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Cataract N., Niagara
Falls; Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

365,800i

Queens Village... (See New York City, Borough of Queens)
Queens G6

Randolph____ 1308 State Bk.of Randolph®«tS'74 J. A. Crowley____ G. W. Fenton_____ Frank L. Seager... R. H. Taylor
B Cattaraugus Q4 par 100

50-832

Ransom vllle... 535 State Bk. of Ransomville

B

Niagara E4

*275-14%

50-907

R. L. Bradley_____ H.S. Ransom_____ Joseph N. State

25,000

5,800

299,500

15,540

225,370

80,190

23,860

W. W. Wolfe_____ J. L. Bishop____

25,000

80,020

521,540

31,780

111,400

454,410

7,760

Wm. Hawley_____ H. H. Sharp______ Chas. Hawley, Jr.. Dora B. Jenkins.

50,000

15,080

520,830

101,640

514,990

100,910

34,900

252,350 1,360,990

74,100

783,800

812,070

13,900

@<§’11

Ravena_______ 1963 First National Bank _.®«t’09 J. H. Suderley____ C. D. Hawn______
*220-10% par 100 50-833

Albany 023

Red Creek____ 560 Red Creek National Bank
Wayne L12

50-948

*140-5%

par

®»t’15

100

Red Hook____ 996 First National Bank
Dutchess R23

*210-12%
par 100

50-835

Redwood...........524 Redwood National Bank
Jefferson F16

*500-20%

50-928

Jos. Griffing______ Wm. E. Traver.__ A. F. Kerley____ —

100,000

dB®T«t’65
A. Bickelhaupt.... W. W. Holmes____ L. M. Stotler_____ Olin Spies.

d®»t’13

Oneida K18

50-836

*190-6%

36,750 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.: 1st Tr. &
Dep. Co., Syracuse.
177,660 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

25,000

80,000

697,000

17,000

280,000

438,000

33,850

25,000

35,400

469,000

36,600

112,600

386,000

7,500

904,600

290,500

44,020

108,630 Marine Midland Tr. Co., N. Y.; Mnfrs. N.,
Troy; N. Y. State N.. Alb.
298,960 Chase N. and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. Com’l
Bk. & Tr. Co., Alb.

par 100

Remsen ............ 437 First National Bank ._.®»’02 H. W. Dunlap____ O. R. Griffith........... R. W. Park_______

84,770 1st Tr. Co.. Alb.

67,150 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Jefferson
Co. N., Watertown.
59,900 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Citiz. Tr. Co., Utica.

par 100

Rensselaer..11,223 National Bank of Rensselaer John J. Sullivan... Henry Meurs____
Rensselaer 024

50-1100

*145-5%

par 100

d®»t’25

D. E. Harrison__

100.000

46,490 1,201,250

Walter Nelson__

100,000

247,170 3,344,850

7,540

2,583,120

751,660

65,810

125,000

105,410

339,680

90,060

255,130

318,410

18,610

278,570 1,944,320

—

1.449,550

630,640

40,680

102,010 Guaranty Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Poughkeepsie Tr.
Co., Poughkeepsie; 1st N., Rhinebeck.

100.000

131,260 1,993,790

62,000

1,323,730

794,680

19,210

149,430 Irv. Tr. Co., Chase N. .and N. City. N. Y.;
N. Com'l Bk. & Tr.. Alb.

100,000

211,190 1,566,830

1,120

408,040 1,235,550

6,220

200.000

157,140 2,052,010

28,100

John L. Bame

Rensselaer County Bank
E. J. Guilfoil_____ M. A. Heeran___
50-837 d®T»tS’06 Wm. Barnet. V.P, Emanuel von Salis
*225-10% par 100

Rhinebeck ...1569 First National Bank...d»t’53 Wm. H. Judson.__ Wm. F. Wey......... L. M. Armstrong.
Dutchess R20

8% par 100

50-584

Rhinebeck Savings Bank
4K%
50-585
®»tS’60
Richfield Springs Citizens Banking Co,________
Otsego N19 1333
First National Bank .®T»t’82
50-838
Richmond Hill
(See New York City, Borough
Queens F6
Richmond vllle 618 Bank of Richmondville
Schoharie 020
*300-9% par 100 50-839 dB ®<»tS’93
Ridgewood....
(See New York City, Borough
Queens F6
Ripley_______ 1100 First National Bank_________
B Chautauqua PI

Jacob H. Strong..

A. L. Stickle_____ A. L. Stickle, 7Y._
S. J. Hermans

(Purchased by First National Bank, Au gust 11, 1930)
G. T. Brockway__ C. E. Goodale__

of Queens)

James McKee____ Fred Bailey.
M. J. Clarke

J. D. Holmes...__ Wm. E. Lewis____ C. H. Winters_____ C. O. Gott.

(Closed July 30, 193 1)

Trust Co... 50-1104 ..©§’25 D. H. Brown, Ch.

D. T. Corwin

M. B. Wild, Sec.

and Gen’l Counsel

Riverhead Savings Bank
U. B. Howell............. Erastus F. Post___ George M. Burns, Fred Riesdorph,
50-544
®J|’72
F. Porter Howell
Sec.
A. Sec.

5%

1,167,520

75,190

2,834,740 :11 982520 * 24,000 10 008 680 3,668,320

445,530

718,720 (Chase N. and Guaranty Tr. Co.,N.Y.; Title
Guarantee & Tr. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.

622,390

498,100 :N. City, Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., and 1st
N„ N. Y.; Market St. N., Phil.

100,000

430,370 3,234,180

201,280

Suffolk County Trust Co.
T. W. Tut hill........... F. W. Young...........
50-545 dB®Tt§’10
F. M. Newins

200,000

525,640 2,182,500

17,110

1,978,910

vB

■ill

par

1,541,550 1.303,790

100

. S. Lucas, Sec....

*450-22%

615,140 :Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., N. Y.

579,410

Suffolk County Nat. Bank
E. S. Duvall______ G. H. Perkins____ J. C. 8tark_______ J. A. Kaelin____
50-546 d®T»t’90 W. R. Duvall, Ch. R. P. Griffing
W. J. Schmersal

*650-24%

229,320 iChase N.. N. Y.; N. Y. State N„ Alb.

of Queens)

tRlverhead ...2755 Long Island State Bank & J. S. Howe............... F. P. Howell_____ A. B. Soyars, V. P. N.O. Petty. Tr.Off.
Suffolk G10

68,000 Chase N., N. Y.

705,260

77,770

163,310 (Chase N.. N. Y.

par 100

ESTABLISHED

1877

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«1 Cfjase

r
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OF

THE CITY
OF NEW YORK

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t0 each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’

Town and county. •Mem.A.B.A.,lNew§ State tPriv.

‘County Seats.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
No.2Fed. Res. Dist ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Ur. il-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

‘Rochester 328 132
B Monroe L9

Vice-President.

President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

JOHN H. GREGORY— WILLIAM PITKIN-— R. C. MEISENZAHL, H. D. KLUMPP, A. Sec.
'
~
ec, C. J. KITZEL.
^
thos. j. sercu. s*c

‘CENTRAL TR. CO. H. S. JOHNSTON,
$122-20%

50-1

dT»t§’88

par 20

Asa t Tr. Off.

Tr. Off.

Ass't V. P.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of tnis
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

±4ivJU Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

|
Resources.
Liabilities.
Bonds Miscel­
Surplus Depos­ I Other
Loans
Paid-up
and
and
AND
Liabili­
its
Capital Profits
Discounts Securities laneous
ties

& Ex-

$

600.000 $1200090 19808580 $ 356,030 14019680 $5168640 $ 910,500 $1865880
Rrlghto n Branc h: 1806 East Av

e. A. F. BURS0N.

Mgr.

A Thoroughly Organized Collection Department.
PROMPT SERVICE. QUICK RETURNS.

W. H. Mathews___ !Wm. H. Dunn--------- E. L. Goetzman.__ H. B. Allen. A. Sec
♦East Side Sayings Bank
J. W. F. Swanton, P. O. Williams,
50-15 d©»t§'69 William Bausch, !A. C. Jackson,

V. P. '<

Sec. and Tr.

A. Tr.

Principal Correspondents.

Cash
chasgm.Duk
prom Barks

4,152,120 29 880 920i

151,540 22 991 770 9,539,560

1,644,580 9.380,700

05,250 6,336,230 4,126,860

982,920

Co., N.Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Chi.; Liberty, Buffalo; Tradesmens
N. Bk. &Tr. Co., Phil.; Un. Tr. Co.,
Clev.; Lin. N. Bk. &Tr. Co., Syracuse;
Canadian Bk. of Com..Toronto.

670,320 lent. Han.

Bk. & Tr. Co.. Bkrs. Tr.
Co., and Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.

A. Sec

C. H. Boorman,

FIRST NATIONAL BEJESTEVENSON.
BANK & TRUST

Ch. of Bd.

A. Tr.

T. R. DWYER, Exec, ODGEN BUTLER------ J. B. ACHILLES.....
R. E. TOWEY. Tr.Off. C. LEAPER
|G. G. LENNOX

,

1 000,000

274,090 1,383,340

Chase N., N. Y.; Lib., Buff.; Royal
Bk., Toronto, Ont.

COMPANY
$70 par 25

50-31

d®T«+’29

Genesee
Valley
Trust

Company

50-20
$145-6% par 25

dBT*t§’0

LINCOLNALLIANCE BANK
& TRUST CO.

W.J. SIMPSON.

A. T. SIMPSON F. S. THOMAS
J. W. JARDINE
G. E. VARCOE
J.P.DAY
W. W. STEELE

S. E. GOODEN, Tr.... H.W. MATTHEWS,Sec.
J.P.COLLINS,Tr.Off. A. G.LATIMER,
E. A. RANDALL,
A- Sec.
Aud• T. C. MEISCH.-A. Sec.
N.D. GREENE.-4.Sec.
1,000,000 2,108,100 23546 060

835,390 18165500 4,516,750 2.578,290 2.229,010

Prompt Returns and Efficient Service
Rendered on Sight and Bill of Lading Drafts.

RAYMOND N. BALL- R. F. LEINEN, Exec.. R. J. WHITE. Sec — Assistant Secretaries
......
ROY B. COMBS
J. W. REMINGTON.
T. R. BAKER
Tr. Off. LINCOLN DOUMAUX
DAVID C. BARRY
A. J. MEISENZAHL WILLIAM A. ROSE. C. S. GREENE
Associate Tr. Off. R. E. MACON
S.P. G00DEN0UGH
2.000.000 4,308,190 62 811960 2,026,980 43989190 11886800 5,066,080 10205 060
R. H. SCHLEGEL.
C. E. MARSH
H. C. TOWNSON
A. Tr. Off. F. S. MEINHART
WM. G. WATSON
Trust Department resource s $53,127 ,320
E. M. WEINGARTNER R. E. MILLER. Aud. R. A. SWEENEY
RESE RVE”
“MEM BER FEDE RAL
E. J. TUETY
F. D. WHITNEY
W. B. VAISEY
A. B. WESTON

Irv. Tr. Co., Chatham Phenlx N. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Bkrs. Tr. Co., Guaranty
Tr. Co., and Am. Express Bk. & Tr.,
N.Y.: Liberty, Buffalo; Penn. Co. for
Ins. on Lives & Granting Annuities,
Phil.

Gty. Tr. Co., Irving Tr. Co., J. P.
Morgan Co., and Bkrs. Tr.Co., N. Y.;
Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Bk. of
Pitt. N. A., Pitt.; Phil. N., Phil.

♦ 50-17
dB®T*t§’93
Send your Sight Drafts and Drafts with Bills of Lading attached on
$85.50-15% par 20
Rochester, New York, and vicinity to the Lincoln-Alliance Bank &
Seven Offices
Trust Co., where they will have prompt returns.

S. Lunghino & Sons_ _ _ _

(Liquidating)
1,067,090 8,853,800

A. M. Kesselring,
W. J. Curtis____ Geo. Wendt.
Sec. and Tr,
A. Sec
J. C. Clements
E. J. Bodette.A.S.
♦Monroe County Sav. Bank
R. K. Dryer--------- Edward Bausch — H. W. Wilcox_____ a. D. Whedon.
Sec. and Tr
A. D. Bacon, A. Sec,
4%
50-13 d©»t§’50 W. C. Barry. V.P. P. Y. Crittenden
♦Mechanics Sav. Bank
Wm. B. Hale.
50-14
®«t§’67

38,800

6,637,530 2,597,680

225,030

499,440 Chase N. and N. City. N. Y.

4%

Morris Plan Co-------------- ©’28
par 100
50-30
NewYorkJointStockLandBk.
par 100
50-29
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Jas. F. Hamilton—
S. R. Parry. V. P.
S. L. McCune_____
Harper Sibley. V. P.

H. H. Stebbins, Jr. S. E. Durand, Tr... H. H. Stebbins, Jr.
Sec
F. W. Judson. Exec.
C. M. Hinman____ R. C. Mertz, Sec. .. C. B. Smith,
Tr. and A. Sec
E. K. Van Allen
J. Piraino, A. Tr.

6,693,650 35 961 340

186,940 28 158 970 11626 650 1,199.600 1,856,700 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., Empire Tr. Co., and
(Bds.and
Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.

Mtges.)
100,000

32,390

800,000

337,660

333,040

(Incl. Re s.)

16,100

446,780

12 696 230 12 261 310

8,520

13,890

30,000 1,365,820

12,350 Un. Tr. Co.. Rochester.
176,760 Chase N., N. Y.; Lin.-Alliance Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Rochester.


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ROCHESTER, N. Y.

OFFICERS
RAYMOND N. BALL, President
LINCOLN DOUMAUX . .
RAYMOND F. LEINEN . . Exec. Vice-President
CLARENCE S. GREENE .
THOMAS R. BAKER............................ Vice-President
ROBERT E. MACON
. .
DAVID C., BARRY..................................Vice-President
CLARENCE E. MARSH .
SWAYNE P. GOODENOUGH . . Vice-President
FRANKLIN S. MEINHART
ARTHUR J. MEISENZAHL
. . Vice-President
RICHARD A. SWEENEY
HAROLD C. TOWNSON .... Vice-President
EDMUND J. TUETY . .
WILLIAM G. WATSON .... Vice-President
WILLIAM B. VAISEY
EDWARD M WEINGARTNER . Vice-President
ARTHUR B. WESTON
.
RAYMOND J. WHITE
................................. Secretary
ROY E. MILLER
. . .
ROY B. COMBS....................... Assistant Secretary

Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant

Secretary
Secretary
Secretary
Secretary
Secretary
Secretary
Secretary
Secretary
Secretary
Auditor

INVESTMENT AND TRUST DEPARTMENTS

FREDERICK D. WHITNEY . . . Vice-President
JOHN W. REMINGTON....................... Trust Officer
WILLIAM A. ROSE
. .
Associate Trust Officer
RAYMOND H. SCHLEGEL . . Ass’t Trust Officer

MAIN OFFICE—183 Main St., E.
LINCOLN OFFICE—33 Exchange St.
EAST END OFFICE—460 North Goodman St.
LAKE AVE. OFFICE—1495 Lake Ave.
WEST END OFFICE—886 Main St., West
PORTLAND-CLIFFORD OFFICE—520 Portland Ave.
MONROE AVE. OFFICE—560 Monroe Ave.

Lincoln-Alliance Bank
and Trust Co.
ROCHESTER, N. Y.


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ROCHESTER

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NEW YORK

maintains every service of
the largest metropolitan banks
—

NINE
ROCHESTER
OFFICES

MAIN OFFICE
19 Main Street West

CAPITAL &
SURPLUS OVER

$8,500,000

North-Hudson Office

Merchants-East Avenue Office

Clifford-Joseph Office

Lyell-Saratoga Office

Culver Office

Charlotte Office

Chili-Thurston Office

Dewey-Driving Park Office

Member of Marine-Midland Group of Banks
with resources over $500,000,000

1 907
xuyJ!

Number under Name of Bauk is the New Transit Number given
t0 ea<i^ bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County •Mem.A.B.A.nNew fState tPriv
{Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
^County Seats.
No. 2 Fed.Kes.Dist. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued
Liabilities.

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Resources.

Pbincipal Correspondents.

Loans
Bonds
ther
Paid-up Surplus
Depos­ LOiabili
Miscel­
and
and
and
­
Capital Profits
its
Discounts Saeuritiss laneous
ties

Ass’t Cashier.

Cash k

Ex-

CHANQ*8,Du*
non Banks

$
$
J
‘Rochester.328,132 ♦Rochester Savings Bank
E. A. Stebbins___ Edward Harris ___ G. D. Oliver______ J. C. Hosking, Sec..
$8 463 860 58 537 000 $ 290,560 44 817 560 17 378 200 $2 880 420 $2 215 230 Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., Cent. Han. Bk.
(Continued)
4%
50-12 d®»t§ 1831 J. S. Watson. V. P. C. F. Turton
C. H.Glover. A. Tr. F. L. Nied. A. Sec. (Branch at 40 Fra nklin St. )
& Tr. Co., Chase N., Bkrs. Tr..Guaranty
Win. O. Terry, Tr. A. H. Lauterbach, W. D. Niven. A.Sec.
Tr.. and 1st N., N. Y.

ROCHESTER TRUST & SAFE
DEPOSIT CO.— dB®T»t§’88

*159-30% par 20 50-7

A. Sec.

R. C. Watson_____ J. C. Powers_______ E. L. Williams. Tr.
L. W. Robinson,
Edward Bausch
H. L. Edgerton,
Ch. of Bd. A. J. Leggett.
A. Sec.
J. C. Powers.
A. V. p. L. H. Pierson,
Ch. Ex. Comm. W. I. Luescher,
Tr, Off.
T. D. Bidwell, V.P.
A. V. P.

Sconfletti & Gioia______ t'16 (Cesare Sconfletti a
50-25
James S. Watson..
♦SECURITY TRUST CO.
n.ooo-40%
50-16
®T»tl’92 R. K. Dryer, Ch.
J. M. Wile. V. P.

WM. W. FOSTER. . . . . .

14% par 60

50-18 dB®T*t§’97

& Mgr. Secur. Dept
H. W. Sage, A. S.
F. E. Wright. A.S.

nd Alfonso Gioia)__

100,000

Edward Harris .... C. S. Potter.
H. W. Miller.A.Sec,
J.W. Lindsay
V. P. and Sec. David Gales. A. Sec.
W. H. Stackel.
G. F. stone. Tr.
E. G. Hoch, A. See.

300.000 3,314,110 36 203 400

0. M. ROSE. Sec.—
A. W. CHAMBERLAIN Asst, Secretaries
E. B. MILLIMAN
E. W. BURTON
E. J. MEYER,
V. P. and Compt. C. R. SNIDER
R. K. FAULKNER
G. C. BRADSTREET H. M. HARMON
D. M. ROSE
Auditor
J. W. MALEENEY
C.W. SMITH
H.P. SCHLENKER
L. H. MORGAN
A. S. NEWELL
Trust Officer
E. R. MURPHY
C. J. SMITH
N. E. LENGEMAN
A. D. PERRY
B. F. SAWIN
C. J. SWEENEY
WM. J. VOLZ
W. L. HAWKINS

(Members indicated by a ♦)

J. Simpson

66,000
626,990 23 110 240:11 001440
969,680 5,363,150 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., Bkrs. Tr. Co., and
resources $117,944, 700)
Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.

(T rust Dep artment

C. H. ESHELMAN.7V. 5.000,000 4,402,680 56885260 5.405,370 41888950 17170 360 0,224,770 6,409,230 Marine-Midland Tr. Co., N. Y. Tr. Co.,
Asst. Secretaries

CHAS. BROUMOWSKY
F. H. HELMBOLD
OFFICES—Main Office, 19 Main St„ W.
WM. J. HAUSER
Mercbants-East Avenue Office,* Main St. and East
A. F. KURTZ
ClilTord-Joseph Office, 590 Joseph Ave.
A. J. LONDON
Charlotte Office, 4424 Lake Ave.
A. S. GILBERT
North-Hudson Office, North St. and Hudson Ave.
C.J. GRATE. A. Tr.
Lyell-Saratoga Office, Lyell and Saratoga Aves.
F. A. ABEL, A. Aud.
Culver Office, Culver and Merchants Rd.
Asst. Trust Officers

Chlll-Thurston Office, 548 Chili
Dewey-Driving Park Office.

A. S. CARRUTHERS
R. R. GEORGE
LOUISE A. SCHOFIELD

C. S. Potter

Ave.

Ave.

—

W. G. Watson .Mar.
Sec. and Tr. A. F. C. Kineman. .4. Mgr.

D. M. Rose,

J. S. BACHE & CO............... Members Princip al Stock Exchang es.............. ............
134 Main St.. W.)
BANKERS CO. OF N.Y...... 1 CLARKE W. O'BRIEN.
(1317 Lincoln Alliance Bank
Bldg.)

'WJUHUH
(LincolnAlliance Bank Bldg.)

(Lincoln Alliance Bank
Bldg.)
'16
Smith, Graham & Rockwell—
(115 East Ave.)
i. W. Steele & Co.......................
1UTR0 BROS. & CO______96
404 Lincoln Alliance Bldg.)

UJ. WRIGHT & CO____ 65
(Seneca Hotel)

ESTABLISHED

1877

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Bankers Tr. Co., N. Y.

/BERNARD W. TRAF- EDWIN R. MARSHALL.
(Boston)
l
FORD,
)
Ch. of Bd. ALLAN M. POPE.
^PHILIP STOCKTON.
(New York)
INVESTM ENT BANKERS
)
Pres, Exec. V. Presidents
I United States Gov ernment. Municipal, Public Utility, Rail road, and other Inv estment Bonds an d Notes;
^Bankers' Accepta nces, Bank, Insuran ce Company and oth er Investment Stoc ks. Dire ct Privat e Wires to Princi pal Citie s.........

(Lincoln Alliance Bank Bldg.)

NATIONAL HR COMPANY

J. S. Bache & Co.. N. Y.

Representative

GUARANTY CO. OF N. Y.-f 20 (Investment 8ecurit ies)____
(349 PoPowers Bldg.)
LEE, HIGGINSON & CO.—1

Bkrs. Tr. Co., Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Irv. Tr. Co., Chase N., and Guaranty
Tr. Co., N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Chi.; Corn Ex. N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Phil.; Marine Tr. Co., Buff.

“A Member of the Marine-Midland Group of Banks.”

EVERY BANKING AND TRUST SERVICE.
Rochester Clearing House„. W.

491,240 33140 230 12 091 040 1,363,450 3,147,110 Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N. Y. Tr. Co., Gty. Tr. Co.,
1st N., and Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st N.,
Chi.; N. Shaw., Bos.: Union Tr. Co., Pitt.

V. P. and Tr. Off.

A. Vice-Presidents

Vice Presidents

TRUST
COMPANY

T. D. Bidwell. Sec.. $1 000 000 3,567,540 44 683 060
Jos. B. Hoyt. A. S.

Affiliated with First Natl. Bk., Bos.,
First Natl. Old Colony Corp., Bos.,
Head Office; Branches: N. Y., Chi.,
Phil., Cleve., Balt., St. L., Kans. C.,
Wash., Prov., Atl., Wore., Pitt., Port.,
Me., Rutland, Hart., Springfield, Los
A., San F., Port., Ore., and Seattle.

Charles A.Simpson.
Mgr.

Guaranty Co. of N. Y., N. Y.

R.M. SMALL T.__ Representatives New York Offi
H. E. LAWSON/

Lee, Higginson & Co., Bos., N. Y., Chi.

(Investment Secu ritles)...............

N. City
offices.

(34 State St.)_____
Members Princip al Stock Exchang es.____________

Co.,

N. Y.

and correspondent

Branch of (see) New York.

STOCKS, BONDS AND COMMODI TIES. D. B. Little, Mgr. See Adverti sement in Buff a lo, N. Y. , Sectio n. _

1

Woe CfjaSc national Ilanfe

Offices: Buffalo, Syracuse Auburn, Ro­
chester. Niagara Falls. N. Y., Bradford,
Pa., and Toronto. Ont.

1
1

OF

THE

CITY

OF NEW

YORK

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Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers*
MJ11 IUI J UllUl/1 1/JUlL/ iluiuuiiv^ v/x a.

NEW YORK—Continued
—

Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.n-New § State TPrb.
tMem. State B. Ass’n.
[Estah.
*County Seats,
No. 2 Fed.Res.Dlst. ♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.
B is Buffalo Br.

President.

Vice-President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

Cashier.

Ass’T Cashier.

Liabilities.
ther
Depos­ LOiabili
Paid-up Subplus
­
and
its
Capital Profits
ties

Resources.

Principal Correspondent*.

Cash & Ex­
Bonds
Loans
Miscel­ changes
,Du*
and
and
Diaoounta Ssouritisa laneous from Banks

.

- 1

\ •

Kockaway Beach (See N. Y. City, Borough of Queens)
Queens G6
Bockaway Park.. (See New York City, Borough of Queens)

(FarRockaway P.O. )
Queens D4

|eARL !.EBLEANNte T. 0. CARPENTER— UiaNA: ANDREW EDWARDS,^
FRANK P. BAYLIS
GEO. A. POWERS.
MILDRED McLEAN, A.
W. H. KNIFFIN
Rockville Center BK. OF ROCKVILLE CENTRE
V. P. and Tr. Off. T. H. DARLING, A. T
TRUST CO_____ dB(DT«t§ 91
Nassau 17 13,718
and Time Items.
ding
drafts,
Cash
n
given
Bill
of
La
|
Special
attentlo
1500-16% par loo 50-494
(.Please send 15c wi ih each sight draft fo r presentation and 25c for Credit Repor

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„

..

$ 200,000 $ 320,110 $3 475 000 $ 313,000 $2 778 800 $1112 260 $ 233,800 $ 181,290 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., Irv. Tr. Co., and Em­
pire Tr. Co., N. Y.

Sec.
r. Off,
ts.

Isaac Terrell,
First National Bank
Frank B. Gardner. Isaac Terrell______ Horace Mizell,
Tr. Off.
F, P. and Cash.
C. H. Frederick
$75-12% par 20 50-495 dB®T»t’07 Jacob Post, Ch,
M. A. Rogers,

200.000

159,460 2,289,190

125,000

1,615,540

521,120

423,090

213,890 Chase N., N. Y.

B. T. Raynor______ E. B. Proctor______

200,000

364,520 3,245,050

10.230

2,531,570

917,860

156.570

213,810 Chase N„ N. Y.

South Shore Trust Co.
C. E. Richmond-__ R. H. Dixon------------ J. J. McMahon. Tr. F. J. Butenschon,
A. Tr.
H.W. Hatch,
$38 par 20 50-1161 dB®T*§'29 Geo. W. Loft. Ch. A. T. Davison

300,000

184,160 1,239,260

14,990

689,270

681,190

196,320

171,630 Chatham Phenix N. Bk. & Tr. and Cent.
Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

350.000

318,040 5,990,050

69,600

3,041,260 2,759,950

220,520

705,960 Chase N., N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr.
Co., Alb.

571,240 4,251,850

3,226,470 1,435,020

59,900

824,210 5,916,190

4,526,230 1,894,510

174,780

144,870 Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.

3,694,600 2,358,900

301,380

521,610 N. City and Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.

A. Tr. Off.

Nassau County National Bank
s%
50-978
®T»’17

F. J. Mulgannon

Sec. and Tr. Off.

(Liquidated)

‘Borne ...___32,338
Oneida L17
FARMERS

“

--------

“
NATIONAL BANK
&TRUST COMPANY
$67,60-8%
par 25

50-220 dB®T»t’79

G.G. CLARABUT------ G h SIMON .......... E c JONES
C!W.WILLIAMSON.JR.
A. V.P.and
it, Ujjicer

_____ H. F. BURKE_______
H. D. SCHILLING,
A, Cash, and
-a. it, ujjictr

Personal presentation and prompt remittances on
all collections. Satisfactory Service Guaranteed.
(Liquidated)

TWmnrmm

Oneida County Savings Bank Albert W. Hooke— A. J. Wylie.............. A. E. Wetherbee, G. L. Prescott, Sec.
Tr.
D. W. Ward well
4 y2%
50-219
@<§'69

101,690 Chase N.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co., Alb.

■
Rome Savings Bank.—<§’51 S.H. Beach------------ F. M. Shelley______ James T. Slone,Tr. Carl Simon, Sec,...
F. M. Mertz. A. Tr.
A. R. Kessinger
50-217

ROME TRUST
COMPANY
10% par 100^5d-221dB®T»tl’15

tmssr-

459,260
300,000
590,220 5,527,010
J. 6. LINK.
FRANK FLOYD-.
Sec. and Tr. Off.
H. T. DYETT
J
Ch. of Bd.
A. See, and Tr, Off.
TRY OUR FACI LITIE
j A Thorough ly Organized Collection D epartment.
(.Immediate presentation . Quick Ret urns.

C.

D. W. Brown--------- D. C. O’Connor ____ James A. Jones____ M. O. Bow_________
Bomulus______ 265 Romulus National Bank
$140-6%
50-1028
®<’20
Seneca N12
par 100
Bondout _______ (See Kingston)
Ulster Q23
Roosevelt_____1000 First National Bk. ,.d®»t'2l Marius Matheron, P. S. Beck . ______
Ch. of Bd. and Pres, Jacob Williams
$275-6%
50-1041
Nassau 17
par 100
Roscoe____—.1100 First National Bank &Tr. Co. G.
Sullivan B2
par 25
50-841 dB®T»t'06


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I. Trey*________

W. H. Peters______

s.

187,390

5,000

106,840

79,820

5,810

50,000

40,610 1,013,190

106,020

612,920

364,880

118,870

100.000

87,740 1,391,830

327,310

1,395,500

356,120

49,820

25,000

7,470

32,380 N. City, N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracuse

113,150 Chase N.. N. Y.

105,430 N. City, N. Y.

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
t0 eac^ bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.nNew§StatetPriv.
‘County Seats.
JMem. State B. Ass’n.
d
President.
Vice-President.
In No. 2 P. R. Dist
1 900

B is Buffalo Branch
Uoslyn_______ 2900
Nassau H7

"Miuncm

4M%

6 J. C. Baker............... A. V. Fraser______ J. Willits. Tr.......... F. C. Davis, Sec. ..
Wm. W. Cocks
. (Closed March 12,19 31)

par 50 50-602
50-601

Clinton C24

Boxbury______ 550 National Bk. ot Roxbury

50-924

10%

$125-16%

$350-8%

par

20

50-845

par 100 50-1062

Sag Harbor...2773 Peconic Bank..............._d
Suffolk F12

$250-8% par 100 50-506
i Harbor Savings Bk

50-504
Salamanca... 9577
st National Bankd®
B Cattaraugus U5 8% par 100 50-402
Salamanca Trust Co.
$77.50-14%
50-403 d®T

par 25

Salem________ 1081 Peoples Nat ional Bk. dB
Washington L25

$275-12+10%

par 100

Salem National Bank...<
par 100 50-604

$ 100,ooc $ 179,06C1 $147319C>$

Saratoga Springs Adirondack Trust Co.
Saratoga L23 13,169 $300-6%

50-288

®T*

T<’3

285,000 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Roslyn
N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Roslyn.

304,120

,382,350l

8,520'

50,550 Chase N., N. Y.

g 090

199 9(1(1
100,6UU

1 OC 70/1
1£D,
/yul

9.5001

37,090 Chase N., N. Y.; Liberty, Buffalo.

58,020

412,340

Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

Jackson ___ C. A. Lazarus_____ Thelma F. Becker.

50,000

650,800'

17,600

286,0901

14,280

C. Parsons____ W. S. Comly_____ Thos. A. Bray____ G. Henriksen.........
H. P. Parker
Harry Fisher
Harold Clayton
3 G. J. Werner,____ G. L. Henderson.. G. L. Henderson,
L. M. Crane, Sec...
E. C. Lufkin, Ch.
Tr. L. P. Capozzi, A. Tr.
0 Wm. E. Denison... Casper Schaefer.. F. W. Corwin_____ Thos. F. Bisgood..

250,000

330,110 4,564,010

257,570

2,379,750 2,491,740

235,690

63,700 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st Tr. & Dep. Co..
Syracuse.
294,520 Gty. Tr. Co., N. City, and Chase N„ N. Y.

200,000

272,300 2,185,520

124,010

712,230 1,728,740

210,050

130,810 Chase N.. N. Y.; Phil. N., Phil.

1

)

M.

M.

Wm. D. Halsey___ W. R. Reimann.__ E. L. Tindall,
J. Y. Corwin, A. Tr.
Clifford J. Foster
Sec. and Tr.
W. J. Hoy_________ C. A. Kammire___ D. J. Flanigan____ R. W. Miller
E. B. Vreeland

E. B. Fitzgerald__ W. A. Hevenor___ J. H. Rhodes_____
W. H. Hazard
C. E. White
E. P. Vreeland,

H. A. Spallholz,

L. A. Kenney_____ K. S. Burton

1

25,000

175.000

28,840

390,800

42,200

363,310

60,660

2,390

654.730 3,732,470

6.750

3,024,620

978,410

97,020

60,480 Bk. of America N. A. and Harriman N.
Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.
293,900 U.S. Tr., Bkrs. Tr., and Chase N., N. Y.

164,040 1,630,720

50,000

808,620

S7S
90(1
O10,uUU

37 410

295,340 M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo.

3,320,490

97,500

1,961,220

546.080

97,400 1,504,890 Chase N., N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

680,610

87,910

ORQ nin

585,180

12,980

380,400

894,360

4,210

1,457,690 1,244,790

59,350

412,900 Chase N. and Irv. Tr. Co,. N. Y.; N. Com’l
Bk. & Tr. Co.. Alb.; Mnfrs. N.. Troy.

153,940

11,280

226,600 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Syracuse
Tr. Co., Syracuse.
500,710 Guaranty Tr. Go., N. Y.; 1st N.. Alb.

Sec. and Tr.

M. L. Sheldon____ C. A. Beattie

C. B. McKee

40.000

122,210

40,000

146,290 1,197,830

10,120

100,000

265,580 2,786,190

22,960

Elwood Ober

F. E. Kendall_____ N. F. Foote
.
W. Sagendorff

.
Norma Lascore

C. C. Van Deusen.. C. W. Brackett___ N. E. Wait.
Wm. W. Boyd, Sec.
E. B. Ashton
V. P. and Tr.
W. B. White. A.Tr.
fW.P. BUTLER_ _ _ _ MAC FINN
...... W. H. WATERBURY.— W. J. BRENNAN

\ C.B. KILMER. V.P. P. F. R00HAN

50-286

58,000i

45,000

100

par 100

4,000i 7.955.00C1

54,040'$ 397,400 Irv. Tr. Co. and Harriman N, Bk. & Tr.
Co..N. Y.

250 Q3fl

50-444 dB®T

par

978,000i 7.324.00C|

cor respondents.

586,0401

$300-14%

Saranac Lake Nat. Bk.
$200-12%
50-445
d®

850 $1013 210i$ 288,44C1 $

Principal

64,510i

L. J. Thomas ___ _ E. G. Kingsley ....

Saranac Lake 8020 Adirondack Nat. Bk. & Tr.Co. John R. Freer____ Wm. C. Leonard... G. H. La Pan_____ Elizabeth Betters
Franklin P22
$375-14%

ties

Resources.
Loans
Bonda Miscel- Cash k Ex­
and
and
*, Du 1
Discount!i S»ouriti»R, LAKROUS change
vbom Banks

20,580i

Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

extra 50-603

its

Other
Liabili­

25,000

2 D. L. Paddock _.__ T.

Bye___________ 8712 Rye National Bk.__ d®]>

* Depos­

and
Profits

50.000

Rushvllle______452 Rushvllle StateBankd®«t

1

Surplus

A. F. Bouton______ Frank Enderlin.... W. L. Gerowe_____

5

par 100

Paid-up
Capital

E. C. Gilbert.

Delaware P 20
$300-10% par 100 50-842 d®»:
Bushford______651 State Bank of Rushford
B Allegany P7
$150-6%
60-1047 dB®<
Yates Lll

Ass’t Cashier.

Ralph Tubby_____ John F. Remsen— n. A. Wood
6
Chas. H. Hechler

Bouses Point. 1920 First National Bank.

Westchester G6

Liabilities.
Cashier.

i.

$260-14%

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (Indexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

50,000

96,000

55,250 Chase N„ N. Y.
115,270 Chase N.. N. Y.

907,600

5,360

250,000 1,159,750 7,806,140

166,190

3,125,780 5,162,660

92,930

100,000

335,240 5,431,810

68,290

2,391,540 2,723,180

282,020

538,580 1st N. and Chase N.. N. Y.

200,000

47,280 1,205,690

155,000

119,700 Chase N..N.Y.

104,020 1,197,050

100.000

435,610 3,735,470

5,710

J.P. BUTLER
W. A. FULLERTON
) Bills of lading d rafts a specialty. Send us your Sa ratoga Springs It ems.

667.150

Ll5c must be se nt with each sigh t draft for prese ntatlon.
Saugertles.__ 4060
Ulster A5

FIRST NATIONAL BANK &
TRUST CO. 50-479 dT®<S
$110-6%

par 100

(JOHN A. SNYDER- JAMES T. MAXWELL. FLOYD B. GARRISON.
MARTIN CANTiNE

1877

https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

421,010

100,610

870,750

484,230

62,000

109,090 Chase N.. N.Y.; N. Com’l Bk. &Tr. Co., Alb.

2,701,430 1,174,170

75,390

225,800 Impire Tr. Co., N. Y.; Kingston Tr. Co.,
Kingston.
35,410 rv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co., Syra­
cuse.

(Send us your b usiness for prom pt attention and service.

Saugerties Bank__ dB®<§’E
E. Clark Reed.........
$110-6% par ioo 50-480
Saugerties Savings Bank
J. T. Maxwell........
$J4%
50-481
@<§’71
Savannah____ 600 National Bank of Savannah D. J. Cotten______
Wayne LI 2
$130-4% par 100 50-1111 ®»t’2l
Savona_______ 545 Saoona National Bank_____ (Closed April 29, 19
Steuben Pit)
Say vllle______3930 CommunityTr.Co. .d B®Tt§’27 Frank Rogers_____
m Suffolk H9
$175-4% par 100 50-1129
R. J. Perrine, Ch.
Oystermens National Bank S. P. Greene
$300-10%parlOO 50-846 d®T<’99
Scarsdale____ 9690 Caleb Heathcote Trust Com­ O. F. Banse_______
Westchester G 6
pany of Scarsdale d®T»§'29 R. R. Hunter, Ch.
$130 par 50 ♦50-1163
Scarsdale National Bank & Rush Wilson,
Trust Co.______ dB®T<’20 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
$160-20% par 20 50-1019

ESTABLISHED

966,650

) Bills of Lading drafts a specialty

J. C. Suderley......... H. T. Keeney__ .
J. F. Carnright
C. H. Lamb
J. V. Wemple,
P. M. Abeel.
Sec. and Tr.
Harry Wells
A. Sec. and A. Tr.
a. A. Tellier_____ E. R. Hay_________

125,000

25,000

7,260

218.610

20,850

168,190

57,940

10,180

74,730

09 9en

7.450

Bl)
J. J. O'Connor____ C. C. Terry _
C. R. Brown
P. O. Mercer. Sec.
D. D. White______ Dow Clock________ John A. Bergen...

100,000

507,450

d 79(1
L\J

cn?
9fin
OU£,£OU

100,000

190,930 2,123,420

18,150

2,054 130

A. F. Driscoll _ _
R. C. Noel
E. C. Wilkinson
iO. H. Cheney___
.1. W. Dickinson
(3. W. Both

iC. W. Anderson, Tr.
Exec. V, P. and Sec. N. E. Thompson,
A. Tr.

200,000

240,310 2,080,530

JL^UOU

652,380 1,489,390

77,340

315,800 (

J. Irish, Jr_____
Adeline E. Elliott,

200,000

431,510 4,454,170

289,270

2,139,200 2,706,960

71,550

AC7 QAf\

iSeo. B. Clifton,

!3. S. Volck, V. P.
Ann Burton
J. J. Hagenauer,

Tr.Officer

W.

84,910 :
Co., Brooklyn.
378,370 i

A. Tr. Off.

e Cjja£>e J^attonal SSank

OF

THE

CITY

OF NEW

YORK

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
1 9 1 fl to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers*
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
-------

Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.,lNew §State fPriv.

tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
‘County Seats.
No.2Fed.Res.Dist. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.?LastSale%Div.
B is Buffalo Br.

95,692
Schenectady N22

$125 par too

50-97

‘

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Resources.
Liabilities.
Cash & Ex­
ther
Bonds Miscel­ changes
Loans
Depos­ LOiabili
Paid-up Surplus
,Due
­
and
and
AND
its
Capital Profits
Discounts Securities laneous from Banks
ties

/H.A. ALLEN-------- W. W. DAVIS............ WM. A. LIEFKE, Tr.. CHAS. A. SIMON, Sec. $ 300.000 $ 127,970 $2 435 470
JOHN E. FAULKNER, | W. B. WIGLEY,
JAS. C. COOPER
)
A. Tr. and A. Sec.
Trust Off.

CAPITOL
TRUST CO.

‘Schenectady

---- "

Vice-President.

President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Law's (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

61,370 $1773380 $ 797,190 $

86,350 $ 267,900

Principal Correspondents.

Y. State N. and N.Com’l Bk. & Tr.
Co., Alb.; Mnfrs. N., Troy.

< THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SERV ICE.
I WE BENDER A DIFFERENT KI ND OF BANK S ERYICE.
d®T»t§25 (Let us han die your ite ms.

W. S. Teater,
Citizens Trust Co. ..®T»t5’06 N. I. Schermerhorn G. W. Featherston A. S. Barber,
Sec. and Tr. A. 8ec. and A. Tr.
ha ugh
$240-12%
50-92
A. P. McKain, V.P.
F. A. Gould,

Pasquale DeMarco, Banker

__

723,780 8,999,030

121,260

4,272,880 4,388,320

376,300 1,106,580

500,000

607,510 7,302,890

215,960

4,824,330 2,577,130

357.060

26,000

131,640

2,265,000 24 099 000

10,000 17 232 000 7,392,000

908,000

750.000 1,691,260 17681 800

179,140 12334560 5,504,210

and Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

A. Sec. & A. Tr.

(In liquidation)
ion.

MOHAWK
NATIONAL BANK

300.000

Effective Octo ber 30. 1930)

('GEO. GIFFORD—. E L MILMINE____ A. L. REID—........... R.O.SCHERMERHORN
S. W. REYNOLDS
/
(1 Branch)
Hi j! borst
C. H. THIEROLF*
Tr. Off.
(.A Strong B ank Since 1 807.

867,840 N. City and Chase N.. N.Y.: N. Oom’l Bk.
& Tr. Co. and N. Y. State N.. Alb.

$70-8% par 25 50-88 dB®T«tl807
Morris Plan Co._________ »’16 John F. Horman...
$170-8% (224 State St.) 50-96
E. E. Thornton

par 100

W. G. Avery, Tr...
M. J. Kinane. A.Tr.

Sec.

100,000

Mills Ten Eyck,TV. W. B. Bradshaw,
Schenectady Savings Bank Everett Smith......... A. W. Johnston,
50-89 dB®»t§’34
Exec. Roy B. Hoag,
A. I. Waldron,
Compt.
Assf. Treasurers
Mills Ten Eyck

4M%

SCHENECTADY
TRUST CO.

(W. B. BOARDMAN— E. T. RJCE.
\

. „

J. J. BARRINGER.

V. P. and Tr.

W. 0. WEMPLE.

A. Sec. and A. Tr.

71,930

583,180

265,810

844,470

Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; N.
Shawmut, Bos.

W. S. GIFFORDS Tr.
Mt. Pie asant Br anch: 429 Crane
A. Sec. and A. Tr. J. G. NASHOLDS.
.4. Tr. Brandy wine Bra nch: 106 0 State,
) Largest Trust C ompany in the M ohawk Valley,
s
to
us.
enectady
Busines
/ Direct your Sch

UNION
NATIONAL BANK

es____ ___

J S BACHE & CO

300.000

734,210 12083920

225,740

9,379,760 2,367,830

842,000 Bkrs. Tr. Co. and Bk. of America N. A.
N. Y.

365,380 2,098,040 Irv. Tr. Co. and Chase N., N. Y.;

L. G. MAGNER.

$550 16% ♦ 50-91 dB®f*tS>'02 vPrompt attenti on to all banking matters entruste d to us.
par 100
/'WILLIST. HANSON- WILLIST.HANSpNJr., EARL DORSCH-........ E. F. AUER,
G. H. FAULKNER.
Tr. Off.
CLARK WITBECK
f. w. McClellan
) PROMPT A ND CAREFU L ATTEN$420-14 + 14% extra
d®T»t'92 ( TION GIV EN TO ALL COLLECT IO N ITEMS.
par 100
50-90

18,810

87,570 1,508,700 N. City and Chase N., N. Y.; N. Y.

State N., Alb.

J. S. Bache & Co., N. Y.

_____ Frank Stark. Mgr.

(505 State St.)

(Branch of New Y ork)

EDWARD B SMITH & CO

Otsego 019

Schoharie.__ 8
Schoharie 021

(212 State St.)
Schenevus National Bk.
$160-7% par 100 50-847 d@«t’94

SCHOHARIE COUNTY BK.
$190-10%

50-848

1
Wm. B. Colyer___

J. P. Friery .. . .. George Lovell......... J. R. Macduff_____

50,000

A. J. McIntosh-----

50.000

Robert Fain___ _ Vernon Becker___

531,760

50-1071
Schenectady M23 $81.50
6 State Bank of Sea Cliff
50-1048 d®»t§’22
Nassau H7

427,930

13.120

414,370

827,710

25,500

17,230

503,440

345,060

1,850

25,450

800,510

833,450

77,810

116,250

435,940

487,070

27,110

303,100

140,310

45,180

183,360 1,172,230

.,

70,300 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.
138,000 Chase N., N. Y.; N. Y. State N.. Alb.

August 11, 1930)
50.000

Frank Higgins .— J. H. Buhrmaster.. T. C. Wolcott_____

F. H.

100.000

72,580

865,760

85,120 1,615,980

. .

50,000

66,960

783,680

5 Seaford National Bank .@’26 F. W. Raynor......... Chas. H. Haff-------- H. M. Ilagerman— F. B. Furnell_____
Wm. H. Whitner
par 100
50-1121
5 (See New York City, Borou gh of Queens)
-

50,000

23,150

474,050

Sea Cliff_____

Maidment... John D. Cosgrove. H. J. Bogart___ _ J. E. Hartley

$350-12+4% extra par 100


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

170,790

50,120

d®»t§'88

(Purchased by First National Bank, Ric hfield Springs, N. Y
chuyler Lake, 3 Citizens Banking Co. _ _
Otsego N19
J. H. Fake................
J.
B. Deyoe,
chuylerville_14 l National Bk. of Schuylerville
$200-12%
50-850
d®»t’65 Ch. of Bd. and Pres
Saratoga L24

Nassau D27

50,250

■

155,220 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co., Alb.
114,770 Chase N., N. Y., Mohawk N.. Schenec­
tady.
66,760 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.
58,630 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

1911

w

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank ln U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authoritv nf The Ameriean Rankers iu’n

Town and County.
^County Seats.
No. 2Fed.Res.Dist.
B is Buffalo Br.

•Mem.A.B.A«New § State tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bonc
d-SafeDep.@Sav.$LastSale%Div.

NEW YORK—Continued
[

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Seneca Falls 6443 Seneca County Trust Co.
Fred Maier...
N. W. Becker,
Seneca M12
W. J. Humphrey
*210-12%
50-386 dB®T»t§’24 O. E. Emens,
Sec, and Tr
Exec. V. P. W. S. MacDonald,
par 100
Tr. Off.
H. D. Knight------- Hamilton Garnsey C. F. Marsh,
Seneca Falls Savings Bank
F. L. Story
50-385
®«’70
Sec. and Tr.
State Bank of Seneca Falls T. W. Pollard____ W. G. Mnrsp.
*200-10%
50-387 d®»t§’02 W. P. Elwell. Ch.
par 100

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
i/dcsi; ivcucs, nouaays, etc., see Laws.
Liabilities.
Resources.
Principal Correspondents.
ther
Loans
Bonds
Cash & ExDepos­ LOiabili
Paid-up Surplus
Miscel­ changbp
and
­
and
and
.Ddi
its
Capital Profits
Discounts Securities laneous from Banks
ties

Ass’t Cashier.

j

E. W. Freeland,
$ 100.00C $ 107,510 $1 830 550 $
A. Tr
Inc. Res )
J. L. Adamson, A. 5 ec.

M. Edith Trautman,
A. Sec, and A. Tr.
J. M. Guion_____ M. S. Hayssen____

Sharon Springs First National Bank_d®*t 04 Geo. U. Clausen.__ J. L. Enipie............. H. F. Wilher
Schoharie M20 364 $165-12% par 100 50-853
Sheepshead Bay (See New York City, Borough of Queens)

F. S. Clapper .

W. S. Sanford____ Hugh Bryan______ F. M. Bullis____
Sherburne___1077 Sherburne National Bk.
*275-12%
50-854 d®«+'65
Chenango N17
par 100
I. O. Ottaway____ L. D. Gale_______
Sherman ____7fiQ State Bank of Sherman
•t§’90
B Chautauqua Q1 *200-6% par 100 50-855

Asa Foote.__

196,920 1,670,490
87,370

25,000

.

Jennie D. Ottaway

100.000

86,120 $ 920,440 $ 983,02G $

1,030
5,130

1,163,230

72,130 $ 148,580 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Empire Tr.
N. Y.; 1st Tr. & Dep. Co., Syracuse.

540,560

57,270

107,390 Empire Tr. Co., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr, Co.,
Syracuse.

309,140 1,079,180

64,100

209,430 1st N„ N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. &Tr. Co., Alb.

69,000 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.,
Syracuse.

583,000

25,000

138,000

485,000

28,000

152,190 1,021,740

100,000

938,270

311,450

13,000

87,000

111,210 Chase N., N. Y.

25,000

35,170

509,970

30,000 :

364,550

149,580

51,420

Sherrill______2150 First National Bank.d®»t’26 C. E. Dickson........ L. L. Hill................ R. L. Baldwin____
*125 par 100 50-1115
L. W. Morrison
Oneida L17

25.000

9.260

328,040

35,830

266,400

87.710

15,280

28,730 Syracuse Tr. Co., Syracuse.

W. H. P
Shorts vllle___ 1332 StateBank of Shortsville
Ontario M10
50-621
®*tS'20

30,000

88,820

725,830

6,050

164,800

623,740

23,630

38,520 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

ICC.000

50,000 1,540,000

17,800

1,355,000

100,000

66,740

186,080

762,720

195,000 1,005,430

G. W. Hamlin____
W. K. Bushnell

Sidney.______2444 FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN Ic. E. HULBERT'.CA. JOHN H. CURTIS.—. LESTER D. HAYS — HOWARD J. GODFREY
SIDNEY—50-542
©’31
Delaware P17
) We solicit colle ctions.
*75
(Formerly Sidney National (.Prompt service. Prompt remitta nee.
Bank)
Sliver Creek..3160
B Chautauqua 03

FIRST
NATIONAL BANK

A. J. DIEFENDORF— H. J. CRANDALL........ GEO. M. SFNN_____
L. F. DICKINSON.
Ch, of Bd,
COMMUNITY OWNED.

944,610

Chase N., N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

52,000

300,000 Chase N„ N. Y.

383,920

40,590

110,200 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Liberty, Buffalo.

607,190

88,910

130,320 Chatham Phenix N. Bk, and Tr. Co. and

collections a specialty, and remitted promptly on day of payment.
When payment Is refused, reasons are given.
$70-12%par 25 50-856 d®»t’99 _
Send us your Silver Creek, Irving, Smith’s Mills, and Farnham items.

SILVER GREEK
NATIONAL BANK
*300-12%
par 100

50-923

100,000

Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co.,
Buffalo.

]

J. G. Kershaw____ J. E. Nash ______

D M. Clark

____

25,000

34,250

516,770

16,850

182,540

.589 Sinclairville State Bank
E. F. Irvin______ W. S. Mansfield__
P3 *125 par 100 50-858 ®»j§'19
W. G. Prentice

Harriet C. Peterson

25,000

Skaneateles ..1882 NATIONAL BANK & TRUST W. L. Cavell_____ W. T. Thorne........

J. J. Murphy_____ H. J. Horsington ..

100.000

B Chautauqua

Onondaga M13

COMPANY 50-579 d®T«+'69 W. B. DeWitt. Ch:
*63-12H% par 20

"

Skaneateles Savings Bank
H. W. Thurlow___ C. W. Hunt_______ L. W. Whiting, Tr.
4%
50-578
d®§’66
F.E. Stone

____ ,

“

Sec.

State Bank of Skaneateles Geo. W. Tucker... H. C. Beatty_____ H. R. Torrey.......... K. A. Dangler____
*152 par 100 50-1130 ®*t§’26
E. T. Eshelman
L. T. Haight. Sec.

Smith town Br’ch Bank of Smithtown
Suffolk G8

700

♦ 50-859 d®»t§’10
$330-8+2% extra par loo

ESTABLISHED

1877

https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

139,490 1,397,360

Will make every effort to collect drafts promptly,
1 Personal attent Ion of Cashier of the Bank,
d®T«t'12 LWhen payment Is refused, rcaso ns are given.

Silver Springs .879 Silver Springs Nat. Bank
B Wyoming 08
*250-10% par 100 50-857 d®»t'02
Slnclalrvllle

(F. H. CLEMENT-— C. C. HORTON______ C- F. GRIEVISH_____ A. J. LUDEMAN_____
A. W. GUEST
A. W. GUEST. Tr.Off.
J Collections a sp eclalty, and remi tted on day of payment.

J. S. Huntting ___ G. E. Hand_______ H. L. Brown_____ Robert C. Sturm
M. E. Hodgkinson

mt

50,000
50,000

ll£,UdU

441,300

6,870

13,990

158,260

41,430

10,580

28,120 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Marine
Tr. Co,, Buffalo; Far. & Mech., James­
town.

175,500 1,232,460

84,880

635,270

725,890

118,210

113,470 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st Tr. &
Dep. Co., Syracuse.

343,760 2,808,380

2,700

2,030,310

7 21,800

130,550

272,180 Bk. of America N. A., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr
Co., Syracuse.

677,550

15,330

512,740

195,920

16,480

119,840 1,385,360

25,870

815,390

553,520

83,480

28,430

42,560 Bk. of America N. A., N. Y.

46,170 N, Y. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; City Bk. & Tr. Co..
Syracuse.
128,690 N. City and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y,

OF

THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

1212

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

TOWN AND COUNTY. •Mem.A.B.A.^New § State tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
^County Seats.

In No. 2 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

Resources,

Liabilities.

President.

Vice-(President

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

SUBPLUB DepobPaid-up
ITS
Capital Pbofits

Other

F. W. Mundie------ Joseph Coplon........ H. J, Vogelsang — Nelson J. Carter .. I 100,000 $ 61,050 $ 624,280 $
par 50
50-1160
B Erie M4
Geo. F. Bates,
O. F. Schuler
Ch. Exec, Com.
60.000
36,390 1,105,780
Sodus______ 1444 First National Bank __<g)»f09 H. L. Kelly.............. R. R. Kelly
V. D. McNett........ R. P. Blake______
par 100
50-592
Wayne Kll
M. M. Kelley. Ch.
85,710 1,193,790
100,000
Gaylord State Bank
F. D. Gaylord........ Chas. F. Hitchcock I. C. Beal................. Ida M. Oarlock....
50-591 d®T*t§’81
150.000 216,460 2,238,190
Solvay______ 7986 Solvay Bank_____ d@«tS'17 E. D. Winkworth— J. W. Brooks_____ C. W. Walser_____ O. J. Hnrst______
Onondaga M14 $75-12% par 20 50-973
A. B. Merrill
100,000 259,000 2,710,000
Southampton 3737 First National Bk.~d®T»t'12 John Nugent__
John D. Corrigan.. Roy C. Wyland.... B. B. Sadowsky....
M. J. Mahoney
$425-18% par 100 50-919
HenrySchwenk.CA
Suffolk Gil
241,180 1,737,160
100,000
Southampton Bank.®T»t5'88 L. E. Terry______ E. H. Foster______ L. E. Terry............. F. N. Dunwell____
W. O. Williamson
E. A. Hildreth, Ch.
$325-10%
50-860
30,000
89,100 564,440
J.S.
Perry_______
C.
B.
Whipple____
E.
A.
Hale............
F.
S.
Peek_______
Bank
of
South
Dayton®*tS’14
South Dayton.570
R. E. Hale, A. C. H. J. Ingersoll
50-937
B Cattaraugus F3 $200-10%
38,660 448,070
75,000
P. Morgenstern___ G. E. Geber---------- E. A. Stratton____
South Fallsburg South Fallsburg National Bk. J. M. Beck____
C. A. Porter
Sullivan C2 420 $145-6% par 100 50-1023 d®»t’20
52,340
25,000
481,060
HF.
Blanchard...
S.
J.
Varney_____
South Glens Falls First National Bank—®T«t’01
(Glens Falls P.O.) 16% porlOO 50-862
Saratoga K24 2689
34,240 382,430
25,000
S. L. Albertson... A. T. Dickerson... R. T. Merwin_____
Southold____1526 Bank of Southold —d®«t§’08 H. G. Tut hill__
Elsie Hummel
Wm. H. Glover
$250-10% par 100 50-610
Suffolk Fll
2,067,410
10 670 470
R. G. Terry. A. Tr.
Joseph N. Hallock. F. K. Terry,
C. C. Miles____
Southold Savings Bank
Sec. and Tr, I. P, Terry, A. Tr.
F. K. Terry
9H%
50-615
d®»tS'58
73,260
481,760
100,000
H. A. Webb....
South Otsellc .302 Otselic Valley Nat. Bank
$200-10% par 100 50-863 d®»I 05
Chenango 016
75.000 115,590 929,010
SparklU______ 960 First National Bank...®«t’14 A. M. Austin_____ C. N. Cornell_____
Rockland G5
6%
50-938
64.510 669,680
25,000
C.
JTompkins---F.
B.
Cooper______
M. L. Fisher------ B.B. McDowell...
Spencer______ 628 Farmers & Merch. Bank
Barbara C. Exo
$160-8%
50-864 dB®*+§’84 A. M. Fisher, Ch.
Tioga Q13
par 100
36,030 824,310
50,000
H. A. Freeman__
Spencerport ..1249 Bank of Spencerport
B. A. Colby
$200 par 100 50-865 d®»ts 07
I Monroe L8
Springfield.__
(See New York City, Borough of Queens)

Snyder............1000 Bank of Snyder__ B®t§'29

Queens D4
Springfield
(See New York City, Borough of Queens)
Gardens
Queens D4
J. D. Dnnlop____
Spring Valley. 3948 First National Bank
Rockland F5

par 25
50-866 d®T»tl900
Ramapo Trust Co. dB®T*t5 ’22 O. E. De Bann___
$65-7% par 25 ♦ 50—1050

CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK

A. L. Neubach____
d®T«t 02 Ira H. Vail.
Ch. of Bd.
par 20
FARMERS BANK—d®*«’83 Wm. A. Davis........
F. O. Smith,
$300-17% par 100 50-560
Ch. of Bd
Sprlngwater.. .630 Springwater State Bank
C. F. Cannon____
50-980
d®§’20
I Livingston 08 $160-7%
par 100
Stamford____ 1103 NATIONAL BK.0F STAMFORD C. L. Andrus____
Delaware P20
$125-16%
50-867 d®T«t’82
par 25
Stapleton Rich.G5 (See New York City, Borou gh of Richmond)
J. H. Reaney___
St. Jobnsvllle 2273 First National Bank
Montgomery M20 $300-l0%par 10050-868 d®T«t'64
C. P. Berdell. Jr—
Bank
of
Suffolk
County
Stony Brook...850
$220-8% ♦ 50-870 d®»t5’07
Suffolk G8
par 100
(See New York City, Borough of Queens)
St. Albans____

Sprlngvllle ...2540
B

Erie 05

$60-4%

50-561

Queens D4
St. Regis Falls 1323 St. Regis Falls National Bk. F. S. Young-----Franklin D20 $60-10% par 20 50-871 ®«t’05
Suffern____.3757 Lafayette Trust Co...d®T§’28

$200 par 100 50-1151
Suffern National Bk.& Tr. Co
$125-16%
50-872 dB®T*t'01
par 25
Syosset_______420 Bank of Syosset--------- ®§’27
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FRASER
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8,730 S 334,930 $ 335,880 S

48,690 $

172,120

823,300

392,790

78,450

12,900

756,240

433,020

57,560

74,550 Marine Midi and Tr. Co., N. Y.; Marine Tr.
Co.. Buff.
79,450 Irv. Tr. CO..N.Y.

854,300 1,802,660

35,960

343,000 1,784,000 1,060,000

332,000

145,590 Chase N., N. Y.; LIn.-Alliance Bk. &Tr.
Co., Rochester.
51,210 Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.: 1st Tr. & Dep.
Co., Syracuse.
236,000 Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.

1,070,670

901,630

119,750

153,710 Chase N„ N. Y.; Market St. N„ Phil.

141,650

357,190

379,070

17,000

73,360

286,170

238,900

29,330

25,900

212,590

305,200

2,740

162,700

139,480

167,410

38,730

232,430

6,970

8,380,860 3,462,090

278,240
3,530

71.920 Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.; Community N„
Buffalo.
80,690 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.
63,780 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.
78,300 Irv. Tr. and Empire Tr.. N. Y.: Market
St. N„ Phil.
616,690 Bk. of America N. A., Bk. of Manhattan Tr.
Co., Empire Tr., and Bkrs. Tr..N. Y.
40,470 Cent. Han. Bk, & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st Tr.
& Dep. Co., Syracuse.

185,640

547,620

249,030

11,570

423,090

561,050

26,390

7.530

232.420

462,650

33.120

38.530 Chase N., N. Y.

25,570

517,180

289,680

65,640

63,390 Chase N. and Irv. Tr.t N. Y.; Cent. Tr.,
Rochester; Liberty, Buff.

36,300 1,069,150 1,745,480

26,100

612,720

62,020

120,640 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Phil. N„ Phil.

196,040 Chase N.. N.Y.; Phil. N.. Phil.

250,000

200,910 2,549,560

A. T. Blauvelt,
A. H. Goodhardt .. L. M. Drew.
A. Sec.
Sec. and Tr.

200,000

98,190 1,074,010

196,950

O. H. Stearns____ H. M. Torsey..........
A. L. Neubach,
Tr. Off.
L. L. Oyer________ C. W. Ellis______ S. B. Aldrich..........
B. E. Austin,
Tr. Off.
George Wheaton .. Ebenezer Robinson T., V. White

150,000

249,120 1,781,690

317,720

1,285,250 1,023,180

21,150

168,940 Chase N., N. Y.; Liberty Bk., Buff.

100.000

199,160 1,950,990

12,140

964,680 1,139,940

29,390

128,330 N. City and Gty.Tr.Co., N.Y.; Marine
Tr. Co.. Buffalo.

199,270

10,000

139,880

89,980

1,200

100.000
N. W. Baird.
S. C. Robinson____ S. C. Robinson.
Cash, and Tr. Off A. Cash, and A. Tr. Off.

229,200 1,610,650

225,020

1,107,130

853,390

67,510

136,840 Chase N., N. Y.

100,000

263,630 1,748,570

65,000

547,030 1,238,940

39,420

351,810 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

533,210

267,690

41,830

64,880 Chase N.. N. Y.

71,690 Mnfrs. N., Troy.

Charles H. Mapes.. L. H. Furman.__

807,800

86,600 N. City, N. Y.

Carl N. Simon

E. A. Borst..

A. J. Berry

H. F. Guhring____

George Hellen____ F„ s, Howell .

R. R. McLane____ B. L. Dupree_____ P. L. Rowell______

25.000

13,520

50,000

70,440

745,040

42,130

25,000

41,510

486,740

28,740

250,110

254,890

5,290

53,020

504,080

395,000

55,380

393,500 2,686,390 1,532,300

179,780

A. Douglas, Tr....... A. C. Stehle, A. Tr
Charles A. Pace, Ch,
F. A. Casey.... ........ H. von L. Meyer... J.J. Sheehan____
D.H. McConnell, C7i

150,000

Wm. Kennedy------ Thos. H. Ryan------ John Corcoran-----J. F. Donohue

75,000

A. M. Bayles..

ties

Principal Correspondents.

Bonds
Loans
Gash ft *xMiscel­ CHAWGM.Dtm
and
and
Discounts Bmuritias laneous non Baku

350,000

87.460

747,030

395,070 3,603,890
48,300

470,19C

7,430

243,320

294,190

9,490

16,730 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co., Buff.

83,100 Chase N. and Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.
343,980 Chase N.. N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr.. Alb.
53,930 Chase N. and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

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EXCLUSIVE ADVERTISERS
Banks Advertising Exclusively in BLUE BOOK
Banks Advertising Exclusively in nearest competitor
Difference in favor of BLUE BOOK

Reserve
City Banks*
279
80
199

Other
Banks
3692
619
3073

Total
3971
699
3272

584
385
199

4978
1905
3073

5562
2290
3272

ALL ADVERTISERS
Total banks Advertising in BLUE BOOK
Total Banks Advertising in nearest competitor
Difference in favor of BLUE BOOK
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SYRACUSE, N

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Syracuse
Company is unsurpassed,
officers
is directed
which
assures prompt attention
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desirous
returns
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Central

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to each bank in U S. exclusively by The Band-McNally Bankers*

Town and County.

*County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n.
In No. 2 F. R. D.
B is Buffalo Br.

‘Syracuse.. 209,326
Onondaga M15

FIRST
TRUST &
DEPOSIT
COMPANY

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President.

Vice-President.

1------------------------------ALBERT B. MERRILL..........................President
MERCER V. WHITEL. M. KINNE- - - - - F. E. MAURER_ _ _
ARTHUR W. STOVER
JOHN F. MORAN-—
W. N. POPE—. . . . . . . _V, P„ Inv. Dept.
R. W. BELL- - - - - - - V. F„ Trust Dept.
F. W. BARKER, JR.. __ Asst. Vice-Pres,
ROBERT B. PORTER __ Asst.Vice-Pres.

Cashier.

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Ass’t Cashier.

Liabilities.
Surplus
Paid-up
and
Capitai Profits

ll
Other
Liabili­

Depos­

its

ties

xor in

Resources.

Loan*
Bonds MlSCEI/and
and
Discount!i Securities, LANEOU8

Principal Correspondents.
&

Cash
Ex­
changes,Dm
from Banks

Tr. Off.
ROBERT R. GARLACH ..............A. Tr. Off.
EDWARD A. DUNN—......................A. Tr. Off.
JOHN L. HEFFERNAN.................... .A.Tr.Off

$
$
$
$5400 000 $7 433 880 80606 480i 3,891,750 65864870 15429 980 $5966620 10 070640

1st N., Guaranty Tr. Co., Chase N..
Bkrs. Tr. Ce., N. City, and Bk. of
Am. N. A., N.T.; 1st N., Chi.; Phil.
N.. Phil.; N. Com’I Bk. &, Tr. Co.,
Alb.; N. Shawmut, Bos.; Royal Bank
of Can., Montreal, Que.

L. M WHITWEI1 _ .

(Trust Department resources $39,519,800)
(14 Offices)

CITY BANK OFFICE
A. 1
RRFfIKHFIMFR
C. HARRY SANDFORD.......................Vice-Pres.
RICHARD F. HARRISON............. Vice-Pres.
HAROLD B. CROUCH----------------- Vice-Pres.
IRVING J. WOESE_ ...................... ........... A. Sec.
EDWARD J. BYRNE
AURIE 1. JOHNSON. -................. A. Tr. Off

Accounts Invited . All Collections and Banking

Clinton Square Office

RALPH E. HAVEN—

Matters entrusted to us will receive

RALPH L. STILWELL.......................Vice-Pres.

JOSEPH E. KL0TZ—

Prompt and Careful Attention.

Chimes Bldg. Office

CASSA J. MERCER..

Butternut St Office

W. T. McCAFFREY — W. B. UNBEHEND —
A. D. DUDLEY, Ch.

A

W. Onondaga St. Office

W. F. BERRY, A. Sec.

LINCOLN
NATIONAL BANK

volume,

W P1RRFTT

C. B. WOODWORTH.
KARL B. ROLLINSJOHN C. WHITEGEORGE W. GEHM- „A. Sec., Inv. Dept.
B.C. LOVELAND. Jr .A. Sec., Inv. Dept.
WILLIAM A. GEHM _A. Sec., Inv. Dept.

EUGENE A. THOLENS.......................Vice-Pres.

$75-15% par 20

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In-

NEW YORK—Continued

LEONARD J. KENDRICK.
S.

A. Sec.

L. BAUM......................... E. H. BACKUS............. - 1.200.000

j

974.180 6,802,840

9 c ocn
52,390 3,830,740 u,vl9,OOU

504,340 1,018,490

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N. Y.; 1st N., Phil.; Mellon N., Pitt.

& TRUST CO.
45 par 20
50~46 dB®T»t’2!
Nicholas Marnell____________ CIn liquidation)

’MERCHANTS
NATIONAL BANK
& TRUST CO.

(WM. H. KELLEY.

1 Ch.ofBd.and Pres.

(.OLDEST

C. H. LEWIS—. . . . . . . . R. E. ASHPOLE................ K. H. BUHL______________
HARRY BARBER
F. H. PLUMB
HAROLD HOWES,And.
Tr. Off.
R. E. ASHPOLE

750,000 1,417,810 8,029,010

223,060 5,574,440 2,597,060

428,430 1.819,840

(

Market St. N., Phil.

COM MERCIAL BANK IN SYBACUSE.

$57-11% par 20 50-33 d®T«t’51

Wm. G. Marot___ J. F. S. Meachem.. R. R. Herrold, Sec. R. H. Dietz, 7Y.„.
$200-10% par 100 50-49
R. H. Dietz
F. P. White. A. Sec.
Onondaga County Sav. Bank Harold Stone......... C. A. Hudson____ H.J.Englehardt.Yr.
W. A. Wiard, Sec...
4%
50-85
®tl'55
A. E. McChesnev J. E. Hunt. A. Tr.

W. GATES- - - - - WM. J. BOURKE_ _ _ WM. J. BOURKE — J. E. GERE
C. A. HITCHCOCK
R. H. STOKES
J. HAHHV NIANAUH,
\Largest Na tional Bank in Syracuse.
Aud,
B®T»t’52 1 We are equipped to handle all matte rs entrusted to us.

‘SALT SPRINGS
NATIONAL BANK
$98-16%

par 25

50-34

( J.

(We solicit your Syracuse business.

Syracuse Savings Bank®i8’49 Fred'k W. Barker— Jacob Amos .
50-32
M. V. White

A. G. Hageman,Sec.
E. J. Fix, Compt.

R. E. Bushnell, Tr.

125,000

126,920 1,068,330
6.517,510 47169 460

800,000

502,280 7,538,910

116,180

1,311,110

52,050

33,390

39,890

95,050 33 269110 15 789 970 2,003,510 2,719,440
158,940

5,628,760 2,530,190

75,330

& Tr. Co.. Chi.

4,736,920 29 587 770;

29,000 20 945 260 11317 830

1,001,020

1.089,580 1

N..N. Y.

‘THE SYRACUSE
TRUST COMPANY
$104-16%

par 25

]
Bkrs.
Tr. Co., N. Y.

765,850 1

C. H. SANFORD— H. C. BEATTY...... 1 I.F. ZINSMEISTER, K.C. WICKS, S«c.„. | 2,500.000 4,203,220 38692780 554,140 24122560 13148 520 1,119,260 7,559,800 < "hem. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chase N., and
W.L. SMITH,
J. F„ MARSDEN
Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.; Cent. Ill.
Asst. Treasurers j.A.snttui, a.s.\
Ch. of Bd. ANTON TFPF
& Tr. Co., Chi.; 1st N., Bos.;
TON TEP E, V.P.a nd Mgr.; G.J.A.HE ITZMAN, Bk.
i'.J.ARGERSINGFR L- L. JOHNS, A. 6ec. North S ide Bra nch. AN
Corn
Ex. N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Phil.;
A. Sec.; A. F. AQUIL IN0, A.T r.
W. P. FREEMAN,
i. L. SCHERRER
N.Y.
State N., Alb.; Union Tr. Co.,
A. Tr. Off,]
M.
L.
BASH0RE
H.
C.
BEATTY,
Clev.:
M & T Tr. Co., Buff.; Cana­
♦ 50-42dB®T»t5'03
S END U S YOU R SYR ACU S E BUSI NESS.
Tr. Officer C. S. ESTABROOK.
0. F. SOULE
dian Bk. of Com., Toronto.

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NEW YORK—Continued

TOWN AND COUNTY. sMem.A.B.A. ^New §State tPriv.

^County Seats, tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
President.
Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
In No. 2 F. R. D.
ft is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSaIe%Dlv.
Syracuse______
Michele Vescera______________ (Closed voluntarily)

Vice-President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

Ass't Cashier.

cashier.

Resources.
Liabilities.
Loans
Bondi
Surplus Depos­ Other
Miscel­
Paid-dp
and
and
Liabili­
and
its
Capital Profits
Diioounta Securities laneous
ties

Principal Correspondents.
Cash A Ex­
changer,Dui
thou Banks

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Syracuse Clearing House -— C. H. Sanford____ A. B. Merrill______ E. A. Tholens,

(Members indicated by a*)

Sec. and Tr.

J. S. BACHE & CO....... - - Members
(Onondaga Hotel)
HEMPHILL
NOYES SCO.
(211 Seitz Bldg.) fri5

Princlp al Stock Exchang es_______________

J. S. Bache & Co., N. Y.

W. C. Finneran,

Mgr.

Br. of N. Y. Private wire connection with
main office,
branches
and
corre­
spondents in 48 cities.
Lee, Higginson & Co.. Bos., N. Y. and Chi.

Me mbers New York Stock Exchange
Underwriters a nd Distributors o f Investment Sec urities.

LEE, HIGGINSON & CO.— 1!

H. C. Woods, Repre sentalive, New York Office_____________

PAINE. WEBBER & CO. —1

-< New York Cotton Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade,

(711 State Tower Bldg.)
(718 City Bank Bldg.)

change,
( Members New Yor k, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit & Hartford Stock Exc hanges.N ew York Curb Ex

Paine, Webber & Co., Boston, New York,
Chicago and other cities.

(Investment Sec urlttes.

Branch of (See) New York.

SUTRO BROS. & CO_ _ _ _ _ Members Princlp al Stock Exchang es................................
(State Tower Bldg.)
A. J.
WRIGHT &'■ CO.-—--’65 STOCKS, BONDS AND COMMODI TIES. W. G. LAP HAM,
(:■— '
(101 University Bldg.)

See Advertiseme nt in Buffalo, N.

Mgr

Y., list.

$ 50,000 $ 48,210 i 586,120
Tannersvllle ..656 Mountains National Bank
M. C. Moseman.__ W. O’Bryan.______ F. J. Penrose............
Greene Q225
$200 par 100 50-979
®»’17
200,000 235,730 2,638,460
Tarrytown... 6.841 Tarry town National Bank & R. A. Patteson..
___________________ John H. Fisher____ H. O. Timberman—
Westchester F6
Trust Co-.50-419 _d®T»t'81
$300-10% par 100
100,000 188,610 1,257,310
Jos. E. Hughes.........,S. J. Balassi, Tr.— E. P. Hanyen, Sec..
Washington Irving Trust Co F. R. Pierson.
C. A. Cawood.A. Sec.
$325 par 100 50-421
(1®T§'28 H. K. Browning. Ch.
1.589,600 5,997,710
A. H. Kilmer, Tr, . I. L. Requa, Sec....
Westchester Co. Sav. Bk. §'53 Isaac Requa______
50-418
567,870
26,570
50,000
Theresa.............. 873 Farmers National Bank
James B. Vock____ G. P. Schwarz___ G. P. Schwarz-------- Gertrude M. Rowe.
Jefferson G16
Paul E. Porter
$200-8% par loo 50-873 d®»t'06
1,590,400
157.120
100.000
Tlcouderoga 3680 Ticonderoga Nat’l Bank
C. E. Beers____
M. Y. Ferris______ L. R. Mead_______ F. T. McDonald.
Essex H24
io%
50-874
®ri0
TompklnsviUe__ (See New York City, Borough of Richmond)
Richmond D3
500.000 1,497,300 8,270,360
E. H. Smith. Sec...
Tonawanda.12,681 First Trust Company ..»t5'16 Henry P. Smith__ T. J. Wilson______ W. R. Martin, Tr,
Wm. P. Scanlon.
Geo. F. Rand
M. L. Snyder,
B Erie M4
50-875
A. Tr.
A, Sec, and A. Tr.
Tottenvllle______ (See New York City, Boroug h of Richmond)
Richmond G4
H. D. French.........Jc. R. Balch------331,370
10,070
25,000
Trenton______ 313 First National Bank..®»t'18 C. D. Lewis_______
(.Barneveld P. 0.) $115-6% par 100 50-987
JohnJ. Lewu, Ch.
Oneida L18
1,200.000 2,365,330 29 486 300
a Troy_______72,763
Rensselaer N24

MANUFACTURERS
NATIONAL BANK
18%

50-64

WM. F. SEBER. . . . . .
F. E.SHEARY
HENRY COLVIN

'WM.C.FEATHERS
iJ. S. HAWLEY, Ch.
A.M. IDE, V.P.
'EDW.MURPHY.FF.

WM.F.SEBER . . . . . . T. H. JACKSON HENRY COLVIN, ^ ....
Tr. Off. J. p. I
LOUISE K. WARD.
L. R.
A. Tr. Officer

Offices:
Buffalo. Syracuse,
Auburn,
Rochester, Niagara Falls, N. Y., Brad­
ford, Pa., and Toronto, Ont.
30,140 $ 443,240 $ 109.650 I 23,300 $ 138,280 Chase N., N. Y.; Kingston Tr. Co..
Kingston.
384.510 1st N., N. Y.: Phil. N.. Phil.
119,440
9,000 1,828,030
751,200
94,660

868,620

100,450

288,690 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

3,810,220 2,748,630

176,950

851.510 Chase N., Empire Tr. Co., and Irv. Tr. Co.,
N. Y.
69,580 N. City. N. Y.: Northern N. Y. Tr. Co.
and Watertown N., Watertown.
189,450 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Syracuse
Tr. Co., Syracuse.

382,820

89,980

385,180

254,830

24,820

81,480

1,124,490

461,400

153,660

7,438,610 2,133,290

704,960

479,120

56,900

280,920

87,930

NATIONAL CITY
BANK

par io

660,080 4,125.740 Gty. Tr. Co.. Empire Tr. Co., Marine Mid­
land Tr. Co.. Chase N., Irv. Tr. Co., N.
City, and 1st N.. N. Y.: Cent. Rep. Bk. &
Tr. Co., Chi.: N. Shawmut, Bos.: Bk. of
Am. N. Tr. & Sav. Assn., San F.: Fifth
Third Un. Tr. Co.. Cin.; Un. Tr. Co.. Clev.

4,486,690 5.010.050

337.590 1 228 190 Chase N.. and Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr.
Co., N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Alb.

j«s%tA?l»rk

Send us yo ur Troy item s direct.

DELMER RUNKLE_ _ _
_H._ S._ _KENNEDY.
_ _ _ _ _ CA.
H.S. DARBY,V.Ch.
’

B. K. WOODWARD— E. C.STJLLMAN-—- W. E. VAN DERZEE.
W. D. MAHONY
R,S, POLK. Tr.Off. A. C. and A. Tr. Off.
W.D.
E. C. GALE
R. S. POLK
A. C. and Credit M

50-69
d®T»t’05 Please send 25c with each sight draft for
Troy Savings Bank____ *t5'23 Wm. H. Shields.__ James H. Caldwell.
Wm. L. Thompson
50-61
Harold K Downing Chas. B. McMurray
TROY TRUST COMPANY
H.
S.
Darby,
V.P.
Jas.
V. Coffey
$240-8% 2% extra 50-67 ®T»tS'01

par 100
UnionNationalBankd®T*+’51 Edward Strecker.. C. G. Eddy
50-62

600,000 1,154.740 8,662.630

presentation and 50c for Credit Reports
J. Erwin Anthony,___________________

2,856,580 24159550

Sec. and Tr.

Fred Runce. TV.— L. T. Lane. Sec....
Geo. F. Barrett,
Thos. W. Rourke,

200,000

304,680 4,110,280

Joseph E. Kober.. Lewis E. Birk-------

500,000

658,140 6,971,980

A. Sec.

645.160

263,340 14 757 480 11 204 450

549,820

2,317,010 1,749,820

15,970

3,427,310 3,755,520

116,750

(Bds, & Mtgs.)

37,990

A. Sec.

$120-10% par 50

J. S. BACHE & CO.--- - - - - - Trumansburgl077
Tompkins 012
Tuckahoe___ 6138
Westchester G6

Members Princlp
(251 River St.)
First National Bank—®«t'04 C. W. Bower-------$200-12%
50-617
Crestwood National Bank A. M. Dingwall___
$185 par 100 50-1122
d®»’26
First Nat. Bank & Trust Co. J. F. Boland______
$75-7H% par 20 50-941 d®T»t’14


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33,600 Utica Tr. & Dep. Co.. Utica.

780.500 12277680 16768640

I Organized 1865. Special Service g lven on collection s and
B®T»t'65 bill of lading drafts.

par 25

20,870

469,910 Marine Mid. Tr. Co. and Chase N., N. Y.;
Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo: Bk. of Pitt. N.
A.. Pitt.

al Stock Exchang es.____........................ W. It. Keeler, Mgr.
J. K. Wheeler.— G. M. Newell_____ A. S. Williams —Fred Updike
Chas. Hoffman .... R. L, Palmer______ W. F. Roe-------------E. Moffat
A. P. Hartmann ... F. Gollow, Jr.____ Francis Link

50,000
100,000
200,000

767,720 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.
570,150 Chatham Phoenix, 1st N., and Chase N.,
N. Y.; M & T Tr.. Buff.: Corn Ex.
N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Phil.; N. Com’l Bk. &
Tr. Co., Alb.
630,530 Chase N. and Guaranty Tr. Co.. N.Y.; N. Y.
State N., Alb.: Phil. N.. Phil.; N. Shaw.,
Bos.: Cent. United N., Clev.
J. S. Bache & Co..N. Y.

65,000

388,810

447,450

36,790

140,010 Chase N.. N. Y.

874,530

74,280

581,390

337,680

59,020

122,850 Chase N. and Mnfrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.

250,850 3,935,300

186,800

2.876,170 1.189,620

372,920

72,000
52,140

826,060

134,240 Chase N„ N. Y

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
1 01 c to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
Town and county. •Mem.A.B.A.nNew IStatetPriv.
*County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In No. 2 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
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NEW YORK—Continued
Liabilities.

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

j Ass’t Cashier.

Paid-up Surplus
AND
Capital
Profits

Depos­
its

Resources.
Other
Liabili­
ties

Benda
Loans
and
and
Discounts Securities

Tully--------------680 First National Bank. d©»J'01 C. J. Kenyon____ F. G. Scammell ...
H. H. Hurlbut___ L. E. Hurlbut....... $ 50,000 $ 38,500 $ 947,700 $ 60,300 $ 453,400 $ 502,600
Onondaga N15 1275-12% par 100 50-877
E. J. Burroughs
Tupper Lake .5271 TupperLake Nat. Bank
J. L. Jacobs........... C. E. Knox_______ C.S. Potvin______
50,000 207,690 980.500
58,830 ; 627,280 538,580
Franklin G21
$600-10% par 100 50-878 d©»t’06
C.
D.
Knapp____
Tuxedo_____ 2000 Tuxedo National Bank
C. S. Patterson__ F. W Murray, Jr.. John Luft_______ Maude Dickinson
100.000 110,490 1,503,730
30,200 I 280,050 1,306,670
(Tuxedo Park P.O.) $300-15 %
50-998 dB©T«t’19
Orange F4
Unadllia____ 1063 Unadilla National Bank
F. H. Meeker____ W. H. Sisson____ Carl Pomeroy___ F. D. Meeker____
72,760 1.076,940 225,230: 545,750 739,730
50.000
Otsego P18
12% par 100
50-630 dB ®»t '09
Onion_______
(See Endicott)
Broome N13
Unlonvllle....... 438 First National Bank d®«t’19 G. H. Elston-------- R. H. Clark_______ W. C. Hanford
R. W. Evans..
50,470 729,180
30,000
30,000: 176,240 526,190
Orange E2
$125-6% par 100 50-1002
‘Utica------- 101.740
Oneida L18

CITIZENS
TRUST
COMPANY
OF
UTICA
N. Y.
$55-12%
par 25

W. I. TABER

CLIFFORD F. BROPHY

Chairman of Board

EDWARD FUESS

Vice Pres, and Mgr,
Peoples Branch

LAURENCE H. HENDRICKS
Vice Chairman

Ass’t Secretary

F. T. COLE

Ass’! Treasurer

THEODORE ROKAHR
Vice President

1.625,000 1,864,100 22298400 3,502,500 20615690 6,374,730

Tru st Depa rtment

25,500 $ 121,300 Chase N.. N. Y.; SyracuseTr. Co., Syracuse.

%

32,500

98,670 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr Co. and Chase N..
N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracuse.

34,280

123,420 Chase N., N. Y.

20,000

119,460 N. City, N. Y.; lit Tr. Co., Alb.

11,200

126,020 Chase N., N. Y.

255,750 2,043,830 Chase National

National City
Bankers Trust Co.
Empire Trust Co.
Guaranty Trust Co.
Irving Trust
First National
Market St. Nat’l
Nat’l Shawmut
Union Trust Co.
Union Trust Co.

Resourc es $17,8 16,290

JOHN H. DAVIS

Ass’t Trust Off,

C. R. DEWEY
President

FRANCIS J. MAL0Y
Vice President

J. E. R. WALSER

F. C. THURW00D

V ice Pres, and Sec,

R. E. ROBERTS

GEORGE C. BERG

L. FLOYD SMITH

C. W. BUSHIN6ER

D.G. JONES

Ass’t Trust Off.

Ass’t Treasurer

Treasurer

Vice President

T7

Miscel­ Cash & JLxlaneous changks.Dub
from Banks

GEORGE J. SPOERI
Ass’t Treasurer

Ass’* Vice Pres.

Vice Pres, and Tr. Off.

GEORGE S. GLASS
Ass’t Vice Pres.

WILLIAM P. DECKER
Ass’t Secretary

,,

Branch Offices
City Branch,• Genesee, opposite Catherine St.
Oneida Square Branch, Genesee St. at Oneida Square
Peoples Branch,. Bleecker St. at Second
South Utica Branch, Uptown Theatre Bldg., Genesee St.
Corn Hill Branch, South St. at West.

New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
New York City
Chicago, Ill.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Boston, Mass.
Cleveland, Ohio
Pittsburgh

IDA M.HENRY

Manager Women's Dept.
BANKERS KNOW THAT THE “Citizens” KNOWS

HARVEY H. WICKS. Vice Pres, and Manager

CENTRAL NEW YORK.

Citizens Utica Corporation
Investment Securities

50-82 dB®T*t§’03

USE THIS BANK FOR PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE.

(520 Seneca St.);
Ch. of Bd.

FIRST
BANK
& TRUST
COMPANY
$60-12%

par 20

♦ 50-76 dB®T«f§1812

(Utica continued on next page)

ESTABLISHED

1877

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CHARLES B. ROGERS
Vice Ch. of Bd.

BEECHER M. CROUSE

Vice Pres, and Sec.

Vice President

J. B. GERMAN,Jr.
Ass’t Treasurer

Vice Pres, and Tr. Off.

W. S. WILLIAMS

F. G. REUSSWIG

President

FRANCIS P. McGINTY

Ass’t Treasurer

W. C. WRIGHT

Vice Pres, and Treas.

VIRGIL ALLEN, Jr.

T. J. HARRINGTON

GILBERT BUTLER
Vice President

0. A. MEYER

Vice President

H. R. WILLIAMS
Merchants Branch:

Ass’! Treasurer

658,080 2,721,410

Trust Dept.: Total Fiduciary Funds $23,855,510

G. H. STARK

Vice President

A. Tr. Off.

RUFUS KNAPP
Ass’t Sec.

W. F. GRIMM

1.500.000 2,020,740 21616 560 3,878,230 18348190 7,287,850

Ass’t Vice Pres.

A.F. RIEBER

Central New York’s Oldest Bank invites

Auditor

Correspondence concerning
financial matters.

R. A. SWARTWOUT

' P'
DIMBLEBY, Asst. Treasurer
(GEO. F. JENNY, Asst. Manager

-!

Oneida County Branch Jj.

R. THOMAS, Asst, Treasurer
'(H. W. HOBBS, Asst. Manager

First National
Chase National
First National
First National
Phil. National

New York City
New York City
Chicago, Ill.
Boston, Mass.
Philadelphia, Pa.

Collections remitted promptly.
Established

in

1812

ESTABLISHED IN 1812

Cl)t Cftasie jfational iBank

OF

THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

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Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
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Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued
CASHIER.

Vice-President.

President.

ASS'T CASHIER.

Principal Correspondents.

Resources.

Liabilities.

Town and County. •Mem.A.B. A. wNew §State tPriv.
^County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In No. 2 F.Res. Dist Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
B is Buffalo Br. d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Bonda
Loans
Surplus Depos­ Other
Paid-up
and
and
Liabili­
AND
its
Capital Profits
Diaoounta Securities
ties

Cash & Ex­
changes,Du*
laneous raoM Banks
Miscel­

9,980 1st Bk. & Tr„ Oneida N. Bk. & Tr., Citiz.
9,290 S
1,000 $
$ 50,000 $ 32,960 $ 348,690 $ 44,280 $ 455,670 S
Cronan,
OJtica_____101,740 Morris Plan Company of Utica J. J. Sinnott_____ J. E. McLoughlin— Vincent R. Ealy... T. D. L.
Tr„ and Utica Tr. & Dep. Co., Utica.
Sec. and Mgr.
M. A. Wald. Tr.
E. D. Ibbotson
$150-6% par 100 50-1138
©§ ’27
(Continued)
1,188,520 Guaranty Tr. Co., Bk. of America, N. A.,
162,900
1,200,500
5,840,140
497,360
6,168,530
1,126,170
600,000
W. HALL,
TG. A. NILES- - - - - - J. L. LOWERY- - - - - - - HARRY R. GOSLING - CHAS.
Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., and Empire
A. Cash, and A. Tr. Off.
Tr. Co., N. Y.
F. A. CLARK,
J.
R.
WHITE
*0NEIDA NATIONAL BANK J J. E. McLOUGHLIN,
Ch.ofBd.
V, P. and Tr. Off.
& TRUST CO____d®T«t 36
Send us your D tica Collections a nd Cash Items di rect
$240-12%
50-77
l for prompt per sonal attention. Correspondence i nvlted.

J

Rocco Peretta

cfc

Co..

(Discontinued)
3,958,000 25 629 960

S. G. Eldred.A.Sec.
P. C. J. De Angelis H. A. Hilsinger,
Chas. A. Miller,
Sec. and Tr R.H. Thompson. A. Tr'.
d®»tS'39 Ch. of Bd, and Pres. R.C. VanDenbergh

SAVINGS BANK OF UTICA
50-78

4%

307,520 16543100 11337 240 1,010,170 1.004,960 Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N. V.

Tomaino Brothers_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (Closed for liquidat ion September 22, 1 930)

'UTICA TRUST
& DEPOSIT GO.
par 20

50-81 dB©T»t§'99

8,170,270 2,857,650 5,706,000 1,674,540 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.;Cont. III.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; 1st N., Bos.;

GRAHAM COVEN- CHAS. J. LAMB— H. F. HUNTINGTON, G. C. CLARK. Sec.. 500,000 716,210 12492380 4,699,860
try A. M. MANGAM.
Tr. F.E.ECKER.a. Sec.
East Sid e Branc h: Bleec ker and
J. FRANCIS DAY,
W‘ w,LuflMS S. R. CAMPBELL, h. P.TH0MAS,
Ch■ ofBd'
G.W. WILLIAMS,"' E. M. RIGGS.
James St. Bran ch: 214 J ames St.
Tr. Officer

Mellon N., Pitt.

Albany Sts.«

A. Sec.

All Collections have our prompt attention. Charges
reasonable. A carefully organized collection de
partment. Send us your Utica items.

Utica Clearing House--------- L. F. Smith
(Members indicated by a*)

IT. J. Harrington „|G. C. Clark, Tr.

H. R. Gosling, Sec.

J. S. BACHE & C0.~-—

(Members Principal Stock Exchanges), Howard W. Pierce, Mgr..

MOHAWK VALLEY

LESLIE W. BROWN-- A. JAMES ECKERT, F. W. NICHOLS, Jr.,

J. S. Bache

&

Co.. N. Y.

(174-176 Genesee St.)

INVESTING CORPORATION

(238 Genesee Street)T18

Sec. and Tr.

$125-10% par 50

Kidder, Peabody
Bos.

400,000

332,480

44,570

77,490 Chase N.. N. Y.

685,340 1,511,360

196,340

230,540 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

730,710

100,000

51,150 1,020,380

R. Craft---------- H. C. Schweitzer..

100,000

103,880 2,367,340

D. B. Case---------

J. C. Ward---------- A. o. Pepper_____

50,000

78,400

897,330

281,620

706,310

L. G. Loomis, Jr.

G. W. Higinbotham R. L. Hulbert------

30,000

94,850

930,020

248,040

W. J. Wallace------ F. B. Hobbie--------

C. W. Hanes-----F. Hugh Burns

W. B. Rochford — R. H. Purves_____
B. A. Rutherford

25,000
100,000

C. F. Fowler------- C. W. Kay-----------H. N. Smith_____
J. L. Schrade

&

Co.. N. Y. and

A.Sec.

D. J. Bergen -—
C. H. Wood
J, M. Foster____

Claude L.Decker..
Elliott H. Cox
C. T. O’Neill..........
Lee McCook

56,510

17,510

51,290 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

724,690

15,750

87,980 Chase N.. N. Y.; Lin.-Alliance, Rochester.

489,100

88,780

42,300

26,950 Chase N.. N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracnse.

484,960

677,360

55,730

124,110 Chase N., N. Y.

1,411,430

804,700

63,710

661,290

231,500

15,320

115,970 Chase N. and Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Syracuse
Tr. Co., Syracuse: 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Walden.
133,270 Chase N„ N. Y.

0 1,661,190

727,860

73.40C

166,300 Chase N., N. Y.

495,270

58,210 1,180,630

3,310

337,760 2,(158,050
(Do not h andle coll ections.)

C. J. Deyo,
L. H. Clum,
Sec. and Tr A, Sec. and A. Tr.

J. Wilkin.. C. E. Terwilliger.
Wallklll_____ 700 Wallkill National Bk. _®«t’12 F. N. Boyd______ Frank
Nelson U. Evans
$160-8% par 100 50-914
Ulster D4
John Olmstead— Wm. G. Moore__
Walton______ 3496 First National Bank & Trust E. B. Guild____
Cash and Tr. Off.
Co_____ 50-883..- ®TT90 C.E.Hulbert, Ch.
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CHAS. W. CHILDS,

INVESTMENT SECURITIES

J. H. Felton,
Bank of Valley Stream
Valley Stream
Nassau H6 11,790 $150-4% par 100 50-1107 d®t§'25 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
Valley Stream National Bk. F. W. Muller-------& Trust Co..........dB®T»t'20
$300-4% par 100 50-1030
H. W. Clarke-------Vernon.
.602 N ational Bk. of Vernon
$100-16%
50-881
d®»t’39
Oneida L17
Victor_______ 1042 State Bank ofVictor d®»S'83 W. A. Higinbotham
$190 par 100 50-882
Ontario M10
Waddington- .679 Waddington Bank—d©«J§’19 W. A. Daniels........
50-1004
St. Lawrence D18 $300-6%
par 100
BANK & Elmer C. Dell-----Walden.......4283
-d®T*t’16
Orange D4
8% par 100
Walden Savings Bank—J5'72 Albert S. Embler —
50-473

FM>!»

MARY E. CARROLL,

50,000
150.000

27,350

963,370

168,660 2,070,990

0

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eack bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County
‘County Seats.
InNo.2F.Res. Dist.
is Buffalo Br.

6

•Mem.A.B.A.^New § State tPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond

President.

Vice-President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking romi pu,
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued
Cashier.

Ass’t Cashieb.

d-SafeDep.®SaT.$LastSale%Dlv

Wapplngers Falls Nat. Bk. of Wappineers Falls Wm. E. Garlick,

Resources.
Liabilities
Loans
Bonds
Othfr
Paid-up Subplus
Miscel­
D
epos
­
and
and
AND
Liabili­
Capital
its
Discount! Securities laneous
Profits
ties

Principal Correspondents.
Cabh k ExOHARan^Dn
trom Banks

Dutchess D6 3336 $225-6% par 100 50-512 d®»i’09 Ch. of Bd. and Pres. J. H. Wixson--------J. H. Gilmer_______James Mitchell____ S 50,000 $ 84,550 t 828.140 J 55,800 $ 287,100 $ 536,370 $ 66,660 J 128,350 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.
Wappinger Savings Bk.
Wm. J. Workman, Geo. W. Abbott... J. W. Ooroell,
13,600
1,294,520
164,560 1,236,290
20,300
99,630 N.T. Tr. Co., N.Y.; Fallkill N. Bk. & Tr.Co.,
4H%
50-511
®L5'69
John H. Wixson
Sec. and Tr.
(Does not handle C ollectxons )
Poughkeepsie.
Warrensburg. 2000 Emerson NationalBank
L. E. Reoux.__
A. L. Emerson____ A. L. Emerson____ Maude West______ 100,000 168,380 1,115,510
44,120
232,590
778,470
102,620 314,330 Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.; Mnfrs. N„ Troy.
Warren J23
10% par 100 50-884 d©T*t’84
H.
A.Reoux,
Tr.
Off.
Helen
M.
Goodman
‘Warsaw____ 3477 Tr. Co. of Wyoming County J. O. Bnxton__
E. T. Montgomery. G. L. Hickey, Sec.. G. L. Rix, A, Sec. . 100.000
715,300 506,520
78,350 1.144.380
42,610
80,350
63,160 Irv. Tr. and Chatham Phenix N. Bk.&Tr.
B Wyoming N7
♦ 50-935 dB©T»tS'13
Co., N.Y.
Wyoming County Nat. Bank W. J. Humphrey _ F. J. Humphrey _.. E, R. Gott_______ R. D. Clark ....
100,000 432,130 4,570.870 150,000 1,851,130 2,788,870
10,000 603,000 Chase N., N. Y.
$015-20%
50-509 dB®W51
E.
B.
Hubbard.A.C,
W.
J.
Peckham
par 100
Warwick____ 2443 First National Bank.__ T*t'64 R. R. Goodlatte
Morris Rutherfurd R. T. Elston______
100,000 216,740 1,188,780 203,640
692,270 693,340
69,850 253,700 Chase N„ N. Y.
Orange F4
$340-10%
50-552
C. S. Lazear. V. P. F. F. Holmes
Warwick Savings Bk.®«tS’75 W. H. Sayer............ C. S. Beattie.......... John W. Sanford, Jessie Benedict,
224,270 2,165,150
23,630 1,575,000 670,020
47,520 120,500 Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N.. Warwick.
iH%
50-553
G. H. Strong
and Tr. A. Sec. and A. Tr.
Washingtonvllle First NationalBankin Wash- Thos. Fulton_____ C. T. Crist............... Adam C.Sec.
E.
Y.
Dusenberry.
Douglas..
68,770
50,000
663,630
661,990
95,410 N. City. N. Y.; Corn Ex. N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Orange E4 663 ingtonville. 50-885— ®*i'08
Phil.
$176-12%
Waterford___ 2921 Bank of Waterford d®T«t§’19 W. A. Tierney........ Thos. F. Morris... W. B. Bishop_____ W. C. Hicks........ ...
200,250 1.814.380
1,379,350
77,160
100,000
612,490
98,200
101,760
Phenix N. Bk. & Tr., N. Y.;
Chatham
Saratoga N24
$90-10%
60-1007
W. B. Bishop
N. H. Coffey,
Union N„ Troy; Mnfrs., Cohoes.
par 25
Tr. Off.
* Waterloo___ 4047 First National Bank.d®«t’33 John E. Becker.__ A. L. Breckheimer.
H. E. Lincoln, Jr,.
100,000 154,640 1,859,800
78,360
839,400 1,031,480
69,170 252,750 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N.Y.; 1st Tr. &
Seneca M12
15% par 20 50-477
Dep. Co.. Syracuse.
rB. I. SCHUYLER... W. W.WADDINGHAM.
‘Watertown 32,205
R. W. OAKES_ _ _ _ _ 500.000 505,800 7,021,790 814,740 5,210,770 2,243,630 608,910 779,010 Irving Tr.Co. and Chase N..N.Y.; 1st N„
G. S. KNOWLTON, L. G. W00LW0BTH
Jefferson H15
Chi.; N. Shawmut, Bos.; Marine Tr.
Ch. of Bd.
Tr. Off.
Co., Buffalo.
A. Tr. Off. North S Ide Bra nch: R, A. WETTE RHAHN’ Mgr.; E. K. HAMPS 0N> Ass’< Cash.

&h‘ss«eT"-~ ElK

JEFFERSON GO.
NATIONAL BANK

$260-12%
par 100

F. B. RICE,

A. Tr. Officer

OLDEST AND L ARGEST NATIO NAL BANK IN N ORTHERN NEW YORK

50-181 dB®T«tl816

Jefferson County Sav. Bank George W. Hulse.. S. A. Upham______ A. T. E. Lansing, L. G. Adzit, Tr.
50-182 d®»tS’59
D. M. Cosgrove
Sec. C. G. Wilcox, A.Tr

NORTHERN N. Y.
TRUST COMPANY
$140-5%
par 25

50-186 dB®T»tl’10

ft- MArunih"— S' 9i ■ftVftflSS-- S- S‘ McCUMBER, F. X. LINEHAN,
H. E.MACH0LD, D.M. ANDERSON
,
Sec. and Tr.
A. Sec.
i Riipg 0/ • J- Er
w-J-G- potter, 6RACt M- sloat,
R„
«■ W. WHITE
_
A. Tr.
A. Tr. Off.
Ch. Exec. Com.
B. A.GRAY. Tr. Off.
jj*

R. G. Hannahs__
50-183 dB®T«t'82 H. W. Coude, Ch,

We get results.

H. H. Babcock
R. A. VanDeusen..
$60 par 50
G. W. Hannahs
H. H. Babcock,
M. S. Pruyn
Tr. Off.
I. L, Hunt_______ J. F. Amos______ J. R. Pawling, Sec.
Watertown Savings Bank
50-185
®|'93 H. W. Conde, V. P. Eli B. Johnson
C. S. Pringle,
A. Sec.
J. S. BACHE & CO.............. Members Princip al Stock Excbang es_____________
(Woodruff Hotel)
LEE, HIGGINSON & CO. — L. H. MORGAN, Repre sentative, New York Office________
1.647 Woolworth Bldg.)
Watervllle___1298 Nat. Bank of Waterviile
Curtis Miller_____ W. S. Bissell_____ Arnold Schneider..
Oneida M18
$210-12%par 100 50-588 dB ®»i’ 38
D. B. Conger
Watcrvllet,. 16,083 NAT. BANK OF WATERVLIET John G. Clute____ Wm. F. Seber_____ L, S. Bibbint_____
Albany N23
$160-10%
50-887 d®T»t'65
Eugene Me Lean

C. J. Jones..............
J. C. Atwell,
A. Tr. Off.
E. L. Mitchell, Tr.

WATKINS STATE BANK

$130-5% par 50 50-530 d®»t5'll

Waverly.......... 5662 Citizens National Bank

1877

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i,750,540 2,825,350

434,930 1,750,850 1st N„ N. Y.; M. & T.Tr. Co., Buff.; 1st
Tr. and Dep. Co., Syracuse.

282,390

2,904,740 1,151,130

337,790

3,792,160 1,468,350
(Bds.
&Mtgs)

40,940

758,130 lstN„ Bk. of America N. A., and Bkrs.
Tr. Co.. N. Y.

Reports
300,000

136,740 4,204,020
634,630 4,987,880

529,500 Chase N. and 1st N„ N. Y.; Phil. N., Phil.
1st N., Bos.
321,060 Chase N..N. Y.
Chase N., N. Y.
Lee.Higginson, & Co., Bos., N. Y„ and Chi.,

E. Evans_________
F. W. Jackson
L. L. Oothoul____

75,000

119,300 1,079,290

134,800

521,240

7,880

100,000

150,000 3,457,830

116,020 1,566,100 1,782,480

148,270

50,000

139,200 1,754,600

471,400 1,158,500

327,000 Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co., N.Y.; Cont. Ill.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; N. Com’] Bk. & Tr.
Co., Alb.: Mnfrs. N., Troy.
176.500 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: N. Com’l
Bk.&Tr. Co.. Alb.

55,900 N. City. N. Y.: N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Alb.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Elmira.
122,280 Chase N., N. Y.; Marine-Midland Tr. Co.
and 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Elmira.
166,110 Bk. of Am. N. A., N. Y.; Phil. N., Phil.

797,320

Special attentlo n given Bill or La ding drafts, Cash and Time Items.
Please send 15c w ith each sight draft for presentation a nd 25c for Credit Reports.
LSend us your W atklns Items.

F. A. HATCH........ J. H. BOLTON...... W. M. BOYCE .—. §LfN0RLEBWAKEM

C. R. Berry_______ J. H. Owen______ L. J. Buley______ H. C. Watrons____
*325-12%
50-451
®»t'74
Tioga R13
A. C. Palmer
First National Bank..dT«t’64 F. L. Howard_____ H. W. Knapp_____ L. C.Jones_____
H. J. Brown______
par 100
50-450
P. H. Salmon
Wayland_____ 1814 First National Bank.d®»t’99 W. W. Clark............ H. Y. Pratt_______ H. E. Rogers___
Steuben 09
$441-12% par 100 50-888

ESTABLISHED

198,830

Addison Bucher__

rw. W. CLUTE_ _ _ _ C. R. WATKINS...... E. H. BISSELL_ _ _ _ _ J.F. STINSON_ _ _
BANK
d®T»ril

319,230

Special attention given Bill of Lading drafts, Cash and Time Items.
Please send 15c with each sight draft for presentation and 25c for Credit

‘WatklnsGlen2956 GLEN NATIONAL
Schuyler Pll
$276-4%
50-529
par 100

500,000 1,154,020 9,908,820

9,611,090 4,649,320

r

Prompt service.

WATERTOWN NAT.

1,967,360 13370 410

AN

50.000

84,680

668,210

417.570

176,020

153,410

575,000

609,500

42,580

172,220

776.570

580,100

133,660

49,280

401,090

958,000

26,000

125,000 1.050,000

49,800

100,000

99,290 1,284,930

50,000

187,860 1,188,040
(Incl.
Reserves)

100,000

®be_CfjaSt J^attonal Panfe

81,960 Irv.Tr.Co., N.Y.;N.Y.State N„ Alb.

90,090 Chase N„ N.Y.

OF THE CITY
OF NEW

YORK

1218

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws .(indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NEW YORK—Continued

----------------------------Liabilities.
•Mem.A.B.A.^New §StatetPriv.
Other
tMem. State B. Ass'n. [Estao.
Cashier.
Ass’t Cashier.
‘County Seats.
Vice-President.
Paid-up Surplus PeposPresident.
ITS
Capital Profits
In No. 2 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
TIES
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div
B is Buffalo Br.___________________________
Webster_____1552 Jayne
Mason, Bkrs. ______ {Closed for liquidate on)
B Monroe L10
13,400 567,980 $ 50,000
Jas S. Vail_______ E. R. Paynter------- J. Bruischaart....... H. E, Voorhees—- $ 50.000
Webster National Bank
*132 par 100 50-1144
®*t’27 G. T. Ellwood, Ch. F. C. Mossgraber W. R. Hawley,V.P.
33,000
25,000 110,850 937,250
Weedsport___ 1325 First National Bank........ t’17 N. E. Durston___ C. F. Sloan.............
H. W. Follett
12% par 100 50-977
Cayuga L13
86,700
462,190
50,000
39,960
Wells________1500 Hamilton County Nat. Bk. W. B. Ronald_____ C. B. Hanley--------- T. J. Brazier_____ C. H. Houghton...
*200 par 100 50-1159
d®*t’29
Hamilton 120
99,990
1.00,000 135,430 1,268,710
J. H. Kelley______ Fred Litchard------ F. M. Wall. -.......... A. B. Robertson.
Wellsville____5674 Citizens National Bank
LJ.Fortner, Tr.Off. Ej. J. Fortner
*200-10% par 100 50-466 T«t’95 Harry Bradley, Ch.
B Allegany Q8
35,000
300.0GG 132,120 2,368,900
First Trust Co___dB®T»tS'17 G. B. Rootn. Jr.... F. W. Higgins .... Jas. B. Coyle------- [j. H. Wyant-----S. F. Booth, Ch.
*140 par 100
50-465
17,460
100.000 167,170 1,950,220
Westbury_____ 390 BANK OF WESTBURY TRUST H. E. Hawxhurst.. Samuel Velsor----W. Y. Hallock
CO___ du-691_ _ to
Nassau H7
*330-16% par 100 ♦
25,400
100.000 137,100 1,285,500
W. V. Faxon_____
Wheatley Hills National Bk. F. P. Garvan-------- J.R. Truesdale.... J. J. Kuethen,
V. P. and Cash, H. W. Baltazzi,
*285 par 100 50-1020
d®T«t’20 S. A. W. Baltazzi, T. F. Conroy,
-4.
Tr.
Off.
V,
P.
and
Tr,
Off,
Ch
Westchester___ (See New York City)
Westchester E6
Westfield____ 3466 Grape Belt National Bank__ (Taken over by Naii onal Bank of Westfi eld for liquidation)
B Chautauqua PI
150,000 168,130 3,113,900 150,000
F. W. Crandall — A. E. Skinner____ E. D. Reagan_____ F. P. Woife____
Nat.Bank of Westfield
R. G. Keopka
G. P. Orandall
50-523
®T«t'48
25,560
100,000 147,310 973,100
West Hampton Seaside Bank________ •tl'04 Erastus F. Post — Ernest H. Bishop. Joseph T. Stevens. A. W. Link______
O. S. Raynor
S. F. Griffing
Beach *290-10%
50-892
Suffolk H10 994
West Hempstead (See Hempstead)
W. New Brighton (See Borough of Richmond)
Richmond F5
15,230
25.000
69,110 705,490
B. J. Woman----- C. A. Pattison___ R. J. Vaughan.—.
Wesiport_____ 790 Lake Champlain Nat. Bk.
*500-40% par 100 50-893 d®»t'09
Essex G24
1,113,600
93,590
50,000
27,110
W. J. Daetsch____ F. H. Loehr........... G. A. Marshall. Jr.
West Seneca------ Seneca National Bank
50-1118
dB©#t'26
C. C. Marx
Buffalo P. O.) *300-6%
par 100
1 Erie N4
25,000
25.000
21,380 739,940
F. J. Green______ J. S. Watkins____ F. S. Wheeler____ H. N. Burrill ___ _
West Winfield.779 West Winfield Nat. Bk.
*225-12% par 100 50-894 d©»t’04 A. C. Hackley, Ch.
Herkimer N18
100,000
1,302,110
50,190
52,110
Wm.
E.
Jackson....
N.
T.
Drake...
J.
E.
Shinners___
Merchants
National
Bk.
J.
J.
Doren______
Whitehall.__5191
L.M.Layden, Tr.Off
Washington J24 tl50-9%par 100 50-448 d®T»t’73
100,000
85,000
98,730 1,429,180
D. D. Woodard___ O. A. Dennis____ A, J. Woodard-----National Bk. of Whitehall
*175-12% par 100 50-449 d®»t’06
400,000
7,461,070
39,850
667,930
E.
H.
Doepel___
Philip
Osborn-----John
Burling____
‘White Plains
CITIZENS BANK-dB®T»« 07
W. E. Ackroyd
C- W. Hallock
35,830 12% par 100 50-230
Isaac
Carpenter,Jr
W'ch’st’r G6
D. J. Pastorelle, Sec. 500,00G 2,218,920 9,740,320 138,690
COUNTY TRUST CO. m o A. H. Titus_______ C. C. Fenno............. W, W.Post, Tr,... P.
K. Houston,
10%
♦ 50-235dB®T»t*'03 H. B. Vincent, Ch. H. E. Kuhlman
A. Sec.
par 100
4,500
1,203,270 10 970 680
Home Savings Bank.®»tS’#3 H.S. Hamilton... J. F. Krepps------- J. F. Krepps, Sec.. A. T. Shaw, A. Sec. Sec.
F. W. Vollmers. A.
Aaron Radick
50-233

Town and County.

i

PEOPLES NAT.BK.&TR.C0. T,

*190

par

100

50-237

dB©T*t'24

F. Flandreau__

Thos. F. Foley
J. J. Thompson

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Principal Correspondents.

Miscel- Cash & ExDiscounts Securities LANEOlJS tbom Banks
Bonds

$ 181,640 S 355,260 i

4,290 $ 140,190 Chem. Bk. &Tr.Co., N.Y.; Lin.-Alliance
Bk. & Tr. Co., Rochester,

376,150

6U.380

6,890

208,750

294,360

22,270

985,800

286,900

114,390

2,058,190

454,510

66,510

602,240 1,353,370

83,890

787,000

9,600

1,860,540 1,368,070

43,180

535,990

66,570

640,100

516,040

111,670 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.: N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Alb.: 1st Tr. & Dep. Co., Syracuse.
113,460 Chase N„ N. Y.
217,040 Chase N„ N. Y.; Corn Ex. N. Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Phil.: M & T Tr. Co., Buffalo.
256,800 Chase N.. N. Y.: Corn Ex. N. Bk. & li.
Co., Phil.; M & T Tr, Co.. Buffalo.
195,360 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Bk. of Manhat tan Tr. Co.. N. V
111,300 Marine Midland Trust Co.. N. Y.

310,240 1st N. and N Y. Tr. Co.. N. Y.: M & 'l
Tr. Co., Buffalo.
127,360 Bk. of America N. A., Bk. of Manhattan
Co., and Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

481,960

157,740

14,480

160,650 Chase N.. N. Y.; 1st Tr. Co.. Aib.

513,160

508,330

54,540

208,270 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.: Liberty, Buffalo.

326,810

309,610

41,250

133,650 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

710,380

610,020

59,960

710,500

843.630

124,040 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. Com’l Bk. & Tr. Co..
Alb.
138,120 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.: 1st Tr. Co., Alb.

20,650

6,423,750 4,610,710

528,970 1,771,140 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., Irv. Tr. Co., Am.
Tr. Co., and County Tr. Co. of N. Y.,
N. Y.; Phil. N„ Phil.
84,700 1,478,770 Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., N. Y.

8,196,850 3,001,510

416,780

4,277,430 1,991,290

(Bds. &

563,290 Empire Tr. Co., N. Y.

34,500

Mtges.)
944,990

830,700

28,410

332,870 Chase N., Com’l N. Bk. & Tr. Co., and
Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

990

92,110

218,780

12,530

47,560 Chase N. and Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

T. E. Foster. See.. 2,000,000 3,083,330 5,866,030 1,012,890 3,958,740 6,096,690
Archie E. Prout,
A. See
R. P. Ray, Tr. Off.
380,470
65,750
50,000
25,640 468,070

979,170

H. A. Matelis_____ A. L. Gillies.......... .
E. A. Sonberg,
A. V. P.

Plaza National Bank....®’30 A. K. Bowes__
ArthurC.McGowan,
par 100
50-238
Ch.
J. C. Stevens___ A. I. Strang............ H. A Mayer, Tr....
J. W. Goldsmith.
WESTCHESTER TITLE & TR. R.S. Brewster, Philip H. Kuss
A. Tr
V.P Loren S. Spoor,
COMPANY-50-232d®T.t§’02
Mgr.
Bkg.
Dept
R. P. Ray. V. P.
*150-12%+extras par 20
Whltesboro ..3375 Whilestown National Bank W. E. Wind_____ I. M, Comstock ....
*155 par 100 50-991
d®»t’19
Oneida L18
Wbltestone______ (See New York City, Boroug h of Queens)
Queens F6
Whltesvllle.. ..623 First National Bank.d©»t'05 L. G. Probasco — D. C. Chapin_____
*260-10% par 100 50-895
B Allegany R8
Whitney Point 639 First National Bank.d®<’05 William Denning, F. C. Branday ___ C. J. Hllsinger___
Ch. of Bd, and Pres. Lyman Arnold
*175-6% par 100 50-8IP
Broome P15
Williamson.. 1012 STATE BK. OF WILLIAMSON H. V. Pearsall,
G.H.Stebbins.Tr.O
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
*3oo-i6%p.ioo
50-897.d©T»t*
t5
Wayne Kll
Wllliamsville.3119 Amherst Bank ___ dB®*t§’23 Joseph E. Zent___ F. J. A. Beier .... Henry H. Halm.Jr.
V. P, and Cash
L.
N.
Whissel
Art
hurM.Sn.or.y.P.
*250-10%
par
100
♦
50-1060
B
Erie M5
. L. E. Wittlinger..
H. G. , Britting----Bank of Williamsvillp
.—
'J. N. Grove, V. P,
10% par 20
50-953 dBT»t§’17'J. Chalmers, Jr. Ch. J. H. Baker


Resources.

Loan*

300,000
100,000

25,00(1

107,480 1,694,990
25,930

53,000

244,060

266,650

35,260

927,640 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.

62,230 1st Bk. & Tr. Co., Utica: Syracuse Tr. Co.,
Syracuse.
32,740 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; M & T Tr. Co.. Buffalo.

25,000

199,830

133,100

3,970

295,020

13,880

112,620 N. Y. Tr. Co., N. Y.

John Mackenzie—

25.00C

597,130

45,950

308,590

R. D. Fuller_____
G. H. Stebbins
Louis B. Beale-----

100,OOC

154,130 2,135,950

76,900

1.450,810

790,690

72,350

100,OOC

137,760 1,975,700

36,840

857,110

980,410

121,140

153,120 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Lin.-Alliance and
Genesee Valley Tr. Co., Rochester.
291,640 Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

J. A. Allen----------

300,001

423,390 2,628,580

_____

1,603,190 1,427,460

156,31C

165,010 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Marine Tr. Co., Buffalo.

62,040

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NORTH CAROLINA BANK
AND TRUST CO.
For the Carolinas and the South

Capital and Surplus

-

*

-

$4,000,000

OURTEEN offices in twelve impor­
tant centers in North Carolina place
this institution in the closest contact with
the agriculture, commerce and industries

F

of the Carolinas and the South*
We know the Carolinas from many
years of experience* The average age of
each unit is 37 years—the oldest was
established in 1812*

Greensboro

Wilmington

High Point

Raleigh

Burlington

Rocky Mount

Salisbury

Tar boro

Spencer

Scotland Neck

Monroe

Kinston

Complete Service
On The Carolinas
Banks the nation over have
found in the American Trust
Company a thoroughly satis­
factory Carolinas correspon­
dent* Service, facilities, policies,
strength♦♦♦ all measure up to
the rigid requirements which
bankers demand of their cor­
respondents*

Situated in the center of
more than eight hundred cot­
ton mills, this bank provides
exceptional facilities for hand­
ling cotton drafts* From Char­
lotte, geographical and financial
center of the Carolinas, we
maintain “ direct - to - point - of payment” clearance on all non­
par items on North and South
Carolina*

Whatever your needs in the Carolinas you are
assured of finding here thoroughly satisfactory
service, and cheerful, sincere co-operation.

AMERICAN
TRUST COMPANY
(Member Federal Reserve System)

CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Capital, Surplus & Profits, over

Resources

$2,200,000.00

$20,000,00C
OFFICERS

W. H. Wood

T. E. Hemby John Fox R. E. Kerr


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President
- Vice-President
Vice-Pres. & Trust Officer
Asst. Vice-President
Fred. Sheetz

J. E. Davis Secretary & Treas.
C. B. Campbell Asst. Sec y &z Treas.
John A. Campbell, Jr., Asst. Sec'y & Treas.
F. W. DeArmon
- Asst. Sec y & Treas.

Asst. Trust Officer

TO

COUNTIES.

Cabarrus ... G 6
Caldwell... .E 3
Camden ... C 23
Carteret.... J 20
Caswell... .C 11
Catawba.... F 4
Chatham.. .F 11
Cherokee ... Q 2
Chowan. . .D 21
Clay..............R 3
Cleveland... G 3
Columbus M 14
Craven....H 19
Cumberland 113
Currituck. .C 23
Dare............F 24
Davidson ... F 8
Davie........... E 6
Duplin.........I 10
Durham ...D 13

Gaston......... H 4
Gates.......... C 21
Graham........P 3
Granville.. .C 14
Greene ... .G 17
Guillord ... .E 9
Halifax... .D 17
Harnett .. .H 13
Haywood ...06
Henderson .. P 8
Hertford.. .C 20
Hoke.............Ill
Hyde.......... G 23
Iredell........... E 5
Jackson......... Q 6
Johnston.. .G 15
Jones............I 18
Lee..............G 12
Lenoir........ H 17
Lincoln..........G 4
McDowell. ..F 1
Macon........... Q 4
Madison... .N 7
Martin........F 19
Mecklenburg H 6
Mitchell.... M 9
MontgomeryH 9
Moore... ,.H 11
Nash...........E 16
New Hanover
M 17
Northampton
C 18
Onslow........ J 18
Orange....... D 12
Pamlico. .. .1 20
Pasquotank C 22
Pender. . . .K 16
PerquimansD 22
Person........ C 12
Pitt.............G 18
Polk................P 9
Randolph.. .F 9
Richmond . .1 10
Robeson .. .J 12
Rockingham
C9
Rowan........... F 7
Rutherford.. G1
Sampson ... J 15
Scotland .. .J 11
Stanly........... H 8
Stokes.......... .C 8
Surry.................C6
Swain.............O 4
TransylvaniaQ 7
Tyrrell........F 22
Union..............J 7
Vance......... C 15
Wake.......... E 14
Warren... .C 16
Washington F 21
W atauga .. . D 3
Wayne ... .H 16
Wilkes........... C 4
Wilson.........F 16
Yadkin..........D 6
Yancey......... N 9


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Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State fPriv
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Feci. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

*County Seaiii.
No. 2 Fed.Res.Dist.
B Is Buffalo Br.
Willis ton Parh4427

Liabilities.
President.

Vice-President.

Wiliiston national BanK
H. H. Tredwell — B. A. Griffin
50-1142
d®*’27 J. H. Pickney, V.P. L. A. Rushmore

(E. Willislon P. O.) par 100
Nassau H6

Hillsboro_____578 Essex County National Bank. A. G. Paine
$250-6% par 100 50-1040 d®»t’21
Essex F24
Wilson________660 Wilson State Bank d®»ti'13 C. H. Tugwell____
$135 par 100 50-932
B Niagara E5
Windham........356 First N ational Bank dB®«t'22 S. L. Ford_______
$220-8% par 100 50-1051
Greene P22
Windsor._____661 Windsor National Bank _.t’ L. H. English_____
Broome R16
$165-8% par 100 50-898
Winfield_____
(.See New York City, Borough of Queens)
Queens

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Eustis Paine_____
W. H. Howell, Jr.
S. D. Brown_____
S. C. Robinson__
F. A. Strong
W. C. Armstrong.
F. L, Goodeuough

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Albert Davey........... Peter Johner, Jr—

3

Paid-up
Capital

Depos­
its

50,000 $

Other
Liabili­
ties

22,4700$ 528.14C $

Resources.
Loans
Bonds
Miscel­
and
and
Discounts Securities laneous

21,210 $ 299,23C $ 243,410 $

Principal Correspondents.
Cash & Ex­
changes,Due
from Banks

16,690 $

62,490 Chase N„ N.Y.

F. W. Bayless____ F. L. Peck...........

25,000

720,330

L. M. Damerow___ I. D. Tugwell...

25,000

337,320

N. P. Willis....

25,000

603,640

62,250

332,610

326,450

15,920

53,630 Chase N„ N. Y.

25.000

384,330

24,800

187,640

220,550

13,100

50,580

H. V. Newland.

Harvey Sims__

68,290

143,640

460,750

14,500

173,130

264,550

84,340

56,160

38,760

Co.. Alb.

D4

Winthrop_____ 361 First National Bank ._d®t’15
St. Lawrence D19 $375-15% par 100 50-946
Wolcott.__ _.1260 First National Bank_.i®«t’01
Wayne L12
$200-12% par 100 50- 612
Woodhayen...
(See New York City. Boroug
Queens F5

Neil Murphy_____ W. C. Smith_____

C. D. Tryon___

W. S. Clifford.

25.000

547,180

25,000

315,660

283,850

7,150

47,810

C. T. Johnson...
F. W. King, Ch.

G. C. Stevens—.

L. A. Wiley—

75,000

1,129,970

53,470

643,400

522,900

43,500

101,910

W. S. Brower__

C. L. Seaman____

50,000

1,296,830

17,440

261,470

791,930

87,470

267,260

B. H. Terwilliger.. S. Gorelikoff_____

50,000

593,870

63,590

534,160

156,740

45,590

38,290

121,300

J. F. O’Brien____

h of Queens)

Woodmere........ 890 Hewlett-Woodmere National H. G. Heyson_____ W. D. Burtis ....
Nassau 16
$150 Bank..50-1056___ ®«t’23
S. Pettit
Woodridge........774 First National Bank _d®«t'17 L. L. Wertheim... Wm.
Harry Tepfer...
Sullivan C3
$225-8% par 100 50-981
M. Weisbord
Woodside . (Flush­ (See New York City, Borough of Queens)
ingP.O.)QueensVi
Worcester____ 1220 Bank of Worcester. d®»tl’84 George B. Orippen. Ella W. Wieting
Otsego 020
35% par 100
50-809
Wyoming____ .376 National Bank of Wyoming F. J. Humphrey__ A. Humphrey....

B

Wyoming N7 io%
50-900
©t'28
Tonkers.,..134.646 ♦Central National Bank
Westchester G5 $80 par 25 50-58
dB®T*t’29
♦First National Bank & Trust
Co.---------50-51.. d B ©7 »t’&4
$220-12%

par

25

Morris Plan Co. of N. Y.____
(6 Getty Sa.)
Peoples Savings Bank
*X%
50-52
d®T*i§’66
♦Westchester Trust Co.
$950-i8%parioo 50-53d B ®T*t § '98
♦Yonkers National Bank &
Tr. Company 50-55 ©T»I'10
$700-8%
Yonkers Savings Bank
50-50
®«t|'54
Yonkers Clearing House____

C. A. Valentine___ G. S. Couzens___
W.W. Scrugham, Ch
Robert Boettger... R. H. Neville____
R. H. Neville. Ch, A. H. Snodgrass
J. Hackett, V. P,
R. H. Neville_____ G. H. Warren__
Arthur Land, V. P. C. E. Skinner
Richard Edie, Jr.. G. S. Edie_____

John D. Bulson___ Van F. Wright....

60,000

190,930

765,820

8,790

299,310

589,930

15,010

G. H. Plummer.... A. W. Perry______

50.000

19,630

442,760

780

199,560

235,670

10,930

23,100 16 434 870 7,673,490

564,470

67,010
H. A. Merritt_____ V. B. Hermans____
525,890 2,469,870
350,000
300,000 1,436,460 1,331.670
74,700
802,930
Frances Dickson
of N. Y. & Tr. Co., N. Y’
W. J. Bright_____ C. W. Eylers_____ 1.000,000 1,466,650 23 832 330
653,690 15 904 790 7,507.040 1.216,090 2,324,750 Jhase N., Gty. Tr. Co., Mnfrs. Tr. Co., and
R. C. Ronan. A. C. John B. Power
Empire Tr. Co., N. Y.
J.D.McCallum.A.C. J. S. Kelly
«
R. B. Nicholson,
(Westche ster Divi sion of N ew York, N. Y.)

Mgr,
H. W. Currie,A.Tr.
Sec. and Tr. J. F. Ewald, Aud,
J. W.Shaughnessy, H. P. Allen, Sec___
Tr. I. O. Kipp. Tr. Off.
A. B. Losel,

W. L. Chase______ J. J. Lynch_______ John Howard. Jr.. H. A. Klatte_____
L. Sutherland. Ch
Wm. Rathgeb. A. C. T. V. Kennedy
A. L. Skinner_____ E. A. Fitch_____
C.H. Ketcham, V.P, W. W. Scrugham

(Members indicated by a *)
York_________572 York Banking Co___________ (In process of liquid ation)

3,188,790 22 357 700

(Bds.and Mtges.)

300,000 1,718,230 10 397 970

321,750

6,392,900 3,413,380

400.000

405,000

8,484.950 4,269,180

517,880 13 018 600

896,750 CJent.Han.Bk.&Tr.Co.,Bkrs.Tr.Co.andGty.
Tr. Co., N. Y.; Syracuse Tr. Co.. Syracuse,
698,480 2,233,190 Cffiase N.. Gty. Tr. Co.. Cent. Han. Bk. &
Tr. Co. and Irv. Tr., N. Y.
259,120 1,328,240 C !hase N., N.Y.

South Yo nkers Br inch, W alter Gri eve, Jr,, Mgr.; El m Street
Branch, Elliott Si ebert, Mg r.

JaraesE.Howes.2V. John Bellows. Sec..
Ralph J. Mills. A, Tr. R. Eickemeyer, Sec.
T. V. Kennedy,

3,615,820 22 298 170

17 469 530 7,134,670

(Bds.and Mtges.)

536,970

772,810 Bkrs.
I
Tr. Co., N. Y.

C. H. Agent

B

Livingston M8
Entire State No. 5
Fed. Res. Dist.
C is Charlotte Br.

NORTH CAROLINA

Aberdeen.

.1382 PAGE TRUST CO. d®T*t*'l4
Moore 110
par 100
66-300

Ahoskle____ 1940
Hertford C 20

* Albemarle... 3493

C

Stanly H7

D. I. McKEITHEN

Bank of Ahoskie... d®»+|'05 C. C- Boggard,
L.S. Savage............... P. E. Dukes_____ M. F. Newsome.
$100-6% par 50 66-301
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. J. B. Ruffin
P. J. Vaughan, A.C. A. W. Greene

CABARRUS
BANK & TRUST CO,
66-207

®»t5’99

J.R. JONES. Jr,.

V. P. and Mgr.

M. J. HARRIS.

I (Incl.
Reserves)

47.250 !

52.080

of Raleig h, N. C.)

477.890

(Branc h of Co ncord,

)

N. C.)__

399,580

41,170

85,720

300,400

73,460

9,950

3,824,950

742,590

100,780

:

53,470 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; State-Plan.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.; Union Tr. Co, of
Md., Balt.
Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr, Co., N. Y.; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

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A. P, HARRIS,

H. W. TURNAGE.......

A. V. P.
fifi-9na
arsi.+S'fu ) Send us your A1 bemarie items di rect.
j (Formerly Stanly Bk.& Tr.Co.) Special attentio n to all collection s and out of town items.

50.000

19,000

400,680

'||

96,160
& Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

400,000

195,650 4,988,020

(Incl.
Reserves)

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST CO.. Winston-Salem, N. C

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First National Bank d©»t’17^Eli Kendrick_____ W. C. Fitzgerald..
H. P. Morrow_____ S. E. Kirk...............
I $137-8% par 100 66-616
D. B. McCurdy, Ch. D. D. Parker

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400,0001J 195,650 $4 988 020

of Raleig h, N. C.)

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^County Seats.
In No. 5 F. R. Dist. WFed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
G is Charlotte Br. I-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Merchants & Manfrs. Bank J. W. Walker,
1240-10%
66-264
»t§’05 Ch. of Bd. and Pres,

Ansonvllle...... 532
*150-8%
Anson 18

66-302

Ass’t Cashier.

Geo. E. Burns_____ O. E. Ross______
J. A. Kendall, Ch.

Resources.
i
Liabilities.
Lords
Bonds
ash A ExOther
Miscel­ CHANflia.DtJl
3 AID-UP Surplus
Depos­ L
and
and
and
iabili­
laneous
its
FROM BaNXS
Capital Propits
Discounts Securities
ties

15.000

5,460

83,490

J, H. Abernathy..

20,000

26,180

281,760

E. G. Kimbrough..

10,600

8,350

86,300

3. B. Hoblitzell...
W. T. Forsyth
J. A. Tatham

Andrews_____ 1748 L/1U£CUS Uilllh 06 Li Uftb UUi
1125-6%
86-808 d®*t§’24 D. S. Russell, Ch.
Cherokee Q8
par 100
tt

Cashier.

Vice-President.

President.

400.000

H. H. Leake
66-282
(Succeeds Raleigh Banking
& Trust Co.)
Arapahoe
290 Eastern Bank & Trust Co.
66-638
®Tt§’19
Pamlico 120
Wake

F13

39,090

J. M. Caveness

__ _

D. B. McCrary......

1,080

28,240 Dent Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N.Y.; Wachovia
Bk, & Tr. Co., Asheville.

600

7,270

39,950 Wach. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Win.-Sal.; Bk. of
Wadesboro, Wadesboro; 1st & Merch.
N„ Rich.

3,824,950 742,590
of Raleig h, N, C.)

100.780

9,000

337,660

••

First National Bank d®T»t'07 Jno. M. Neely_ _ _
par 100
66-219

50,000

4.270

310,730

253,440

14.000

27.390

70,170 Com’l N., High Point; Am. Tr. Co., Char­
lotte.

W. J. Armfleld, Jr.

25,000

153,760

863,320

496,190

114,900

10.000

420,990 Chase N„ N. Y.: State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Rich.; Com’l N.. High Point.

J. B. Neely.......... E. C. Garner- - - - - - -

50,000

62,440

738,530

206,850

44,370

360,690 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Inde­
pendence Tr. Co., Charlotte.

139,560

166,120

140

4,610 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co. and 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Asheville.

107,920

935,270 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Gty. Tr. Co.,
New York; 1st & Merch. N„ Rich.; 1st
N., Atl., Cin. and St. L.; Am. Tr. Co.,
Charlotte; Phil. N„ Phil.

E. H. Morris

__ _

84,130 1,153,870

American National Bank______ (Closed November 21, 1930)

* Asheville...50,193
G Buncombe 08
..

W. F. Redding.—

915,350 Chase N. N. Y.

Norfolk N.Bk.of Com. & Trusts. Norfolk;
Eastern Bk. & Tr. Co., New Bern.

20% par 50 66-218

•«

correspondents.

27,450 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Asheville; 1st N.,
Atl.; Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

58,600

57,460

195,650 4,988,020
(Branch
(Includ.
Reserves1

Principal

13,370

4,520 $

of New Bern, N. C.)......

ASHEB0R0 BANK & TRUST
COMPANY 66-728.—®TtS'21

AAsheboro ....5021
Randolph F8

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dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

(Purchased

Asheville Industrial Bank____

•>

by Mor ris Plan Bank)

(Closed December

1 2. 1930)

(Closed November 20, 1930)
J. A. Richbourg — F. J. Wolfe.............. M, A. Bisbee,
U. G. Speed,
Carolina Industrial Bank
A. C. and See.
$100-20%
par 100
t§’28 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

25,000

6,320

..

Central Bank & Trust Co.____ (Closed November 20, 1930)

“

ffectiveM arch 31, 1931)
Commerce Union Trust Co.___ (Merged with Natio nal Bank of Commer ce as First National Bank & Trust Co. E

'FIRST NATIONAL IB. S. COLBURN.^. R.H.F. MCDUFFIE. WM. M. REDWOOD. , C.H. D.M. PARKER.........
FELDER. , J
BANK & TR. GO.
ans and high class investment securit es.
P. and Tr. Off.

..

J First Mortgage lo

$160-6%parlOO 66-765 dB©T»t’22

(Merger of Commerce Union

Trust Co. and National Bank v Real
of Commerce)

54,220 1,848,410

523,940

SEE D ISPLAY ADVER TISEM ENT

Estate loans and insurance.
50.00C

(Merged with Commt erce Union Trust Cc» . as First National L1 ank

.

134,770 2,926,550

A. Tr. Off. and Aud
COMPLETE TRU ST DEPARTMEN T.

Morris Plan Bank___ ®{§'lf Philip Woollcott.. .T.T.Maridrfiy...
S. L. Forbes
$100 par 100 66-798
W. F. P. Coxe
(Formerly Asheville Morris
Plan Co.)
National Bank of Commerce

300,000

V. P. and Cash

&

1,550

302,640

29,180

311,460

1,00(

51,390

19,520 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Asheville; Morris

Trust Co., E' ffectiveM arch 31, 1931)

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Consolidated

A Merger of

National Bank of Commerce
Commerce Union Trust Co.

Capital and Surplus $400,000.00

for a better service
in Asheville

« OFFICERS »
Burnham S. Colburn - Chairman of the Board of Directors
Junius G. Adams.............................................President
William M. Redwood Vice-President and Cashier
R. H. McDuffie
- Vice-President and Trust Officer
Charles D. Parker.............................. Assistant Cashier
Hugh M. Felder
- Assistant Trust Officer and Auditor

« DIRECTORS »
Burnham S. Colburn
Vice-President, Biltmore Estate Co.
Junius G. Adams
Merrimon, Adams & Adams,
A ttorneys
Alfred S. Barnard

Attorney at Law
Plott Boyd

R. H. McDuffie

Vice-President and Trust
Officer
M. V. Moore

M. V. Moore &f Company
H. W. Plummer

Boyd & Chance

Engineering and Investments

Chas. S. Bryant
Treasurer, Champion Fibre
Company

William M. Redwood
Vice-President and Cashier

Dr. B. O. Edwards

Dr. Carl V. Reynolds

Physician

Physician
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the name of First National Bank and Trust
Company of Asheville. With this consoli­
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facilities became adequate to care for our
fast-growing business. The directors and
officers of the predecessor institutions con­
tinue to serve in corresponding positions with
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fillip.-;---

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
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volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.
Liabilities.
Resources.
Principal Correspondents.
Loani
Bondi Miscel­ Cash k Ex­
Paid-up Surplus Depos­ Other
and
AND
L
iabili
­
and
changes,Dui
Capital
its
laneous
Diacounti
SaauritiM
Profits
ties
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NORTH CAROLINA—Continued
CASHIER.

Ass’t cashier.

W. F. KILPATRICK.. C. H. ROGERS_____ $ 25.00C 1

% 15s one

3,220 $ 188,160

1

14,400 $

)
Ch.ofBd,
‘Asheville...50,193 ‘SOUTHERN STATE BANK
(Continued1)
$150-6%
66-39
d®T»tS’13 ) Located in the wh ole.sale district,
par 100
/ Send us your coll e.ctionsand B. L. drafts,

43,080 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co., Asheville.

(.Tourists accounts invited.

‘WACHOVIA
BANK & TRUST
COMPANY

"-------

♦ 66-35 dB®T«t§'23
„

_____

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GILBERT H. MORRIS. ROY F. EBBS_______ W. W. MOORE-------- 2.500,000 2,308.626
Ch. of Bd,, V P. and B. N. WALKER.

Assoc. Tr. Off. A, Tr, Off. and
A. Sec

National City Bank, New York; Wacho­
via Bank & Trust Co., WinstonSalem.

A. Tr. Off. (Brmnc h of Wi noton-S mlom ,N. C.)

Transacts a general banking business. We solicit
your collections.. You will be pleased with
“WACHOVIA” service.

Asheville Clearing House... W. F. Kilpatrick
(Members indicated by a*)

C. D. Parker,
Sec. and Tr.

Aulander____1041 Bank of Aulander______ §'06 W. A. Tayloe------ E. C. Harrell_____ J. E. Cooke
Bertie D20
66-303
Aurora_______ 429 Bank of Aurora.
•it’03 R. L. M. Bonner... F. R. Alfred______ O. M. Hooker
Beaufort H21
$170
66-304

29,210
14,150

14,860

109.730

Avondale_____ 525 Haynes Bank_____d®Tt§'07 Chas. H. Haynes.. Mrs. V.H. Caldwell J. B. Watkins
Rutherford H2 6% par 100 66-371

50.000

33,700

176,870 %

Ayden_______ 1607 First National Bank in Ayden J. R. Turnage____ G. G. Dixon______ A. F. Rowe______
Pitt G18
par 25
66-573
n’31

25,000

25,000

25,000

2.500

Badln...............3040 Bank of Badin_______ •t§’17 R. L. Smith______ J. E. S. Thorpe — John S. Cox______ L. G. Borns
C Stanly H8
66-620
Bailey________ 631 Branch Banking & Trust Co.
Nash F16
66-751 dB®Tt§'21

-

.

R. G. Mayo........ .

‘Bakersvllle. ..426 Merchants & Farmers Bank D. A. Greene______ W. C. Berry. ___
C Mitchell D1
$150-10%
66-306
atS'lS

3,930

14,240

175,340

21,420
400

Mrs. C. F. Miller..

110 000

145,000

uU« VUU
25.000

Battleboro ___ 330 Planters Bank______d®t§'13 J. C. Braswell____ M. R. Braswell.... Millard F. Jones.. J. A. Daughtridge.
Nash D17
$2io
par 100 66-522

25,000

29,230 Norfolk N. Bk. of Com. & Tr., Norfolk;
Far. Bk. of Nansemond, Suffolk.
40,000 Norfolk N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts. Norfolk;
Bk. of Wash., Wash.
73,770 Chase N., N. Y.; Charlotte N., Charlotte.
State Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co. Rich.; Green­
ville Bkg. & Tr. Co., Greenville.
43,000 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st &
Merch. N., Rich.; Wachovia Bk. 4 Tr.
Co.. Winston-Salem
Branch Bkg. & Tr. Co., Wilson; State Plan.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.

o/ Wilto n.N. C.)

Banners Elk...340 TheBannerElkBank ®«t§’19 W. C. Tate---------- F. W. Yon Canon.. J. M. Shomaker...
C Avery D2
$100-6% par 100
66-669

‘Bayboro...........468 Eastern Bank & Trust Co.
Pamlico H20
8%
66-307 dB®T»t§’07

63,080 %

U(JD|>7Uu

288,180

8,000

117.370

117,670

65,710

262,960

40,550

7.800

95,550 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.

10,190

22,520

12,580

38,070

Lenoir, Lenoir.

M. A. Matthews,
(Branch
Mgr.

of New

5.000

221.830

86,180

Bern, N

krs., Tr, Co.. N. Y.; 1st & Merch. N..
Rich.; Seab. Citiz. N., Norfolk.
Eastern Bk. & Tr. Co., New Bern.

‘Beaufort___ 2957 Bank of Beaufort - d®T«ti'01 W. A. Mace______ John Forlaw_____ J. A. Hornaday.__ Mrs. Mary Tillett_
20,000
8,500 300,000
35,000
Carteret K21
$30-8%
66-183
.,
..
N. W. Taylor_____
Beaufort Bkg. & Tr. Co.
U. E. Swann______ Julian Hamilton...
50,000
9,200 352,200
22,800
66-184
®»t8’07
Belhaven___ 2458 Farmers Bank _
(Closed May 19, 193 1)
Beaufort G21
^Greenville Ba nking & Trust
J. E. Edwards____
(Branch of Greenv ille, N. C.)
Co._____66-608________ §’31

190,000

10,000

38,000

25,000 lent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Norfolk
N.Bk. of Com. & Trusts. Norfolk.

311,500

22,070

47,980

52,660 !hase N.. N. Y.; N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Wil.;
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

Belmont_____ 4121 Bank of Belmont____d*t|'08 R. L. Stowe______ A. C. Lineberger.. W. B. Puett............
C Gaston H5
10% par 100 66-309

903,860

Benson______ 1522 First-Citizens Bk. & Trust
W. R. Strickland, E. M. Canaday .
Johnston H15
Co........... 66-546____ T«t§'14
Mgr.
Bessemer CIty3739 Bessemer City Bank d®»}§’07 0. M. Vernon_____ C. G. Carpenter ... C. G. Carpenter.. H. L. Fowler
C Gaston H4
$175 par 100 66-311
Bethel.............1149 Greenville Banking & Trust
Pitt F18
Co. ..........66-312...........aJJ'04
(Formerly Bethel Banking and
Trust Co.)
piitmore
(See Asheville)

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50,000

213,320 1,008,020

8,290

Ikrs. Tr. Co. and Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.;
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.,Winston-Salem.
““idUU

Ihase N., N. Y.; 1st N., Gastonia; Am. Tr.
Co., Charlotte.

(Branch of Smith field, N. C.).----10.000

7.930

72,150

10,000

64.400

___ (Bet hel Bran ch of Gre enville B

11,030

Co.. Char.: Com'l N„ Raleigh; State-Plan!
Bk, & Tr. Co., Rich.
24,650 Ihase N.. N. Y.: 1st N., Gastonia ; Am. Tr.
Co.. Charlotte.

o.. Green ville)___ C
Norfolk N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts. Nor­
folk.

Winston-Salem.

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Town and county,
*County Seats.
In No, 5 F. R. D.
C is Charlotte Br.

•Mem.A.B.A.^New SS'tate tPriv.
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PRESIDENT.

Vice-President.

Resources.
Liabilities.
Bond* Miscel­ Cash k IxLoan*
Other
Paid-up Surplus
D
epos
­
CHAMM,Dn
and
and
and
Liabili­
Capital Profits
its
Diaeounti Baeuritiaa laneous PROM BaHKA
ties

Ass’t CASHIER.

Cashier.

$

J. E. Maness______ A. W. Burt

G. W. Scott

Bank of Biscoe______ ®t8’29
Montgomery G10 *50 par 50 66-725

10.000 $

750 S

$

59,870

3

42.940

3,830 $

(Branch of Wilso n. N.C.)

I. E. Pittman_____

Black Creek ...355
Wilson F19

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
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NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

66-623

Principal correspondents.
... •

L. C. Bridger _.

50,000

14,830

127,730 S

9,000

W. D. Farthing___ Dorothy M. Hayes.

16,000

13,870

96,780

40,660

D. E. Murchison... Martha Webster__

25,160

1,420

53,450

T. H. Coffey______ I. C. Critcher____ A. Y. Howell-------- Bertie Brown........
‘Boone
__ 1295 Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
Gurnie Brinkley
66-683 ®T»tS’l9
C Watauga D3

20.000

6,960

189,270

B. B. Dougherty ... L. A. Greene_____ G. P. Hagaman — P. A. Coffey______
Watauga County Bank
*190-8%
66-316 d®*tr04
par 100
.
P. O. Woodhouse.. J. W. Shore_______ Roy w. Reece
Boonvllle...........394 Commercial & Savings Bank F. W. Day,
*100-6% par 100 66-317 ©tS'10 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
Yadkin D6

50,000

56,680

20.000

E. N. Washburn, Ed. Thompson.__ S. C. Gettyi______ Miss Edna Hollifield
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

Chatham Fll

Bank of Bladenboro. d®tl’08 H, C Bridger, Jr. ..
par 100
66-314
H. C. Hayes .
Bank of Blowing Rock®tS’05 A, C. Moody
*175-15%
66-315
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.§’17 C. C. Rnnth _
66-610

G Rutherford G2 6% par 300

66-622

10,000

5,610

138,010

3,940

14,480

51,930

5.200

16,770

13,300

160,360

1,500

13,280

508,750

64,200

563,220

34,140

20,030

8,110

91,250

2,070

89,200

15,000

31,230

205,100

25,000

380

21,260

Lela Shaw_______

15,000

6,240

D. G. Fisher______

30,000

E. T. Welch

30,000

25,000

6,170

'

141,750

7,240

5,340

37,450

13,020

Pisgah Industrial Bk,.©t§’28 J. H. Pickelsimer.. L. P. Hamlin
*115
66-758

Broadway____ 317 Bank of Broadway —©•tl'09 T.enn Watson

G. T. Chandler ___ D. E. Shaw_____

220,260

5,100

195,850

‘Bryson City .1806 Bryson City Bank____»JI’04

66-320
Citizens Bank..............d»t§’13
66-526
‘Burgaw_____ 1209 Bank of Pender.__ .d®*tl’06
12% par 100 66-321
Pender K17
G Swain P41

*150-8% par 180

J. R. Long______
S. W. Black,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
J. A. Dowtin..........
R. G. Coffey.
Ch, of Bd, and Pres.

13,720

186.010

37,580

2,390

170,969

7,870

Ch. of Bd. and Pres. W. A. Cannon

Maude Paddison
W. H. Rawls

.

40,210

257,740

520

213,680

FIRST NATIONAL
RANK

26,060 1st ft Merch. N„ Rich.; Far. N. Bk. A
Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem.

M

••

_____

M

LASLEY—-

r. V SFI1 FBS

100.000

< Collections and cash letters have the personal atte ntlon ol an office r.

- V §v”

184,080

42,400

129,250

35,530

40,820 Chase N„ N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Ashville.
46,440 Chatham, Phenix, N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. ft
Tr. Co., Asheville.
28,190 Am. Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.; N. C. Bk. ft Tr.
Co., Wil.

45,000

36,600

129,470 1,806,130
(Incl.
Reserves)

192,500

1,364,260

502,230

t jisiH* ?r .

’

62,230

299,380 Chase N., N.Y.; 1st N., Dnrham; Am. Tr.
Co., Charlotte; Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Co.,
Winston-Salem.

12,440 1st N. and United Bk. &Tr. Co., Burlington.

25,000

10,160

173,040

12,340

205,750

2,360

Morris Plan Industrial Bank D. E. Sellers_____ S. G. Moore.............. J. M. Fix.
*150-10%
66-799
B©J§’22
(Industrial bank)

25.000

30,000

299,350

2,980

333,680

10,500

(J.
1

1 B TIITWII PR

H. MCEWEN.

M. A. COBLE ......... 2,500,000 1,747,000

Ch. Local Bd.
WE K NOW THE CAR OLINAS
(.AVERAGE AGE OF UNITS IS 36
YEARS.

13,150 1st N„ Burlington,

Bkrs. Tr. Co., Gty. Tr. Co., N. City,
Chase N., Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
and Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.;
Cont. ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Cbl.; 1st N.,
Balt.; Phil. N., Phil.

(Unit of

NORTH CAROLINA BK.&TR. /
CO......... 66-135dB©T»tS1812

UNITED BANK & TRUST CO. /

(Bank of Commer ce Branc h of Gree nsboro,

M W
MoPHERSON.
Ai
n• Niurntnount

66-637 ©T»t§T9
(Formerly Greensboro Bank & < General Rankin g business. Up t o date methods,
P ersonaf presentat Ion.
Trust Co„ which succeeded J Special collectl on facilities.
LSend your Item s direct to us for quick returns.
Bank of Commerce)

mil

' -

39,350 Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Co., Winstoa-Saiem.
&
Vi

Hood System Industrial Bk. J. M. Coble..—___ R. O. Browning.— C. A. Trollingen ji F. D. Fowler_____
C. E. Fogleman

a

'•

jNo Items retur ned without reas on or non-payme nt being given,
TRY US.

*32.50-8%
66-824
®t§’26
par 25 (.Industrial hank)

iai

• * :V’•• S

1,510 Brevard Bkg. Co., Brevard.
'•r

..

R. W. MALONE_____ J 1 SOMERS _ _ _
C. V. LONG, A. Cash. kVMii

L

102,340 Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

®.t07 I Patronize a pr ogresslve bank. Service Is our mo tto.
V. Cotton drafts remitted format r ate of Vio of 1%

H

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7-W. W.

;•

•*: T.:.
54,400 Cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co., N. Y.; Bk. of
Lenoir. Lenoir; Far. N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Winston-Salem.
60,240 1st & Merch. N., Rich.; Unaka ft City N.
and Tenn. N., Johnson City, Tenn.

Burlington...9737 Bank of Commerce_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (See United Bank <& Trust Co.)
Alamance Dll

•<

8,800

2,600

7% par 100 66-319

C Lee G12

■ •••

6,130 Com’l N„ Raleigh.

___ O. H. Orr................

SfOl-

15,430 1st N.. Bait.; N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., WH.; Am.
Tr. Co.. Charlotte.
10,380 Unaka & City N„ Johnson C„ Tenn.;
Lenoir, Lenoir.

(Closed December 15 . 1930)

Brevard Banking Co .
C Transylvania Q7

;■/-

170,520 $

/ “ s- i

23.850 Fid. Bk„ Durham; 1st N.. Asheboro.
•
QK ; .
Planters, Wilson.
' ■ • ,1.
v-

25,000 (Reopene d August 15, 1931)
J. P. Ashley, Sec..
Black Mount’n737 Bank of Black Mountain.1’31 Wm. C. Honeycutt. R. C. Anderson___
66-313
G Buncombe 08
Commonwealth Bk. & Tr. Co. (Closed November 1 5, 1930. Reopened November 17, 1930, a s Bank of Black Mo untain a nd closed again on Novemb er 22,193 0)
Bladenboro____587
Bladen K14
Blowing Bock.503
G Watauga 1)3

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TOWN AND C0UNT7.ioMein.A.B.A.»New § State TPrhr.
-County Seats.
tMem. State B. Ass'n.
[Estab.j
In No. 5 P. R. D. ♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond

C is Charlotte Br.

Vice Prisidknt,

Cashier.

Ass’T Cisin.

d-SafeDep.®Sar.$LastSale%Dir.

-Burnsville.__ 866 Citizens Bank of Yancey.

C

President.

Tancey M8

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Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Liabilities.
Resources.
Loaaa
UH»
Bead* Miscel­
Paid-ut Surplus Depos­ L
and
iabili­
and
and
its
Capital
Diamante Saauriti.B laneous
ties
Profits

(Closed June 19, 193 1)

Peoples Bank________®t§’22 S. G. Wilson.
W. O. Griffith..
$17* par 150 66-762
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

J. P. Lyon______

Wm. I. Parnell.

$

25.000 $

14.030 $ 194,720 S

35.230 S 192.880

i

31,200 $

Calypso______ 538 Citizens Bank..................il’13 H.M. Cox_______
Duplin 116

68-530

Montgomery H9

66-501

Mrs. Alice D. San­
(Branch of Mon nt Olive N. C.) .
derson
C. B, Edwards____ A. A. Maness.......... M. T. McCaskill...
7,120
15,430
40,000
74,190
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

Candor.__ _ ..462 Bank of Candor............ -•t§’12 D. C. Ewing,
Canton______ 5117 Champion Bank & Tr. Co.
Haywood 07

1240-10%

66-234

®Tt§’06

J.H. Kirkpafrick.. C. 8. Bryant______ J. H. Rhodarmer— H. C. Keener.___

Caroleen_____1725 Union Trust Co_________ §’30
C Rutherford H2

66-848

Carrboro.__.1242 Bank of Carrboro____ ®t§’19
Orange E12

-Carthage ___ 1129
Moore Hlo

66-658

$275-30%

PAGE TRUST COMPANY

Wake F13

400,000

C. L. Tate___

A. C. Blake........

L. Strowd_____ M. E. Hogan.

W.H. 00D- - - - - - - T.E.HEMBY,

C Mecklenburg H6

25,030

652,640 $

55,600

(Branch of Union Trust C O. , Shelb V. N. C.)

F. E. Booth

Chad bourn.. .1311 Waccamaw Bk. & Tr. Co.
Columbus M13 $66
66-325 ©T»t§’04
(Succeeds Bank of Chadbourn)
Chapel Hill.. .2699 Bank of Chapel Hill d®»t§’99 M. C.S. Noble____
Orange E12
66-246

779,060

(Branch of Bank of Chape l Hill, Ch apel Hill . N. C.)

(Closed June 9,1931

par 100

44,970

W. E. Thompson..

Catawba_____ 340 Peoples Bank________®tS’12 P. T. Long_______ P. W. Elliott_____ C. B. Gilbert______
M. H. Smyre.
$150-7%
66-486
C Catawba F5

-Charlotte ..82,675

50.000

100.080

Forrest Eskridge.. W. L. Hicks_____

L. W. Barlow,
P. K. Kennedy___
A, V. P.

66-270 d®T»t§’14

Cary--------------- 909 Bank of Cary___________

Principal Correspondents.

J.E. DAVIS,

M. B. Utlev_______

20,000

195,650 4,988,020

(Incl.
Reserves)

10,720

112,640

3,824.950 742,590
(Branch of Raleig h, N. C.)

71,200

44.850 Chase N.. N. Y.: Wachovia Bk. &Tr. Co..
Asheville; Unaka & City N., Johnson
City, Tenn.
N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Wil.; Am. Tr. Co..
Charlotte.
32,800 Com'l N., High Point; 1st N„ Asheboro.
119,620 Chase N.. N. Y.; 1st N. and Wachovia Bk.
& Tr. Co., Asheville.

1st N„ Durham; 1st N.. Balt.

100,780

27,700

147.750

500

7,500

111,380

883,570

353,150

38,520

915,350 Chase N..N. Y.

15,310 Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte.; Merch. &Far. Bk.,
Statesville.

(Branch of White ville, N.
30.000

136,930 1,378,010

381,090 N. City. N. Y.; 1st N.. Durham.

C. B. CAMPBELL,

Sec. and Tr. A. See. and A. Tr.
JOHN FOX
JOHN FOX, Tr. Off. JNO. A. CAMPBELL.Jr.
R. E. KERR,
FRED. SHEETZ,
A. Sec. and A. Tr.
A. v. p.
Asst. Tr. Off. F. W. DeARMON,
1,304,800 20656130
L. G. ROGERS,
A. See. and A. Tr. 1.xm.no
Mgr. Bd. Dept.
Executive

American
Trust
Company

350,130 14833330 1,633,480

408,130 0.704.0M

313,990 3,571,380

313.440

Does a General Banking Business.

♦ 66-19 dB®T«tS'01

Collections a Specialty.

$l90-8%+2% extra par 100

Central Hanover Bank & Tr. Co.,
New York
Chemical Bank & Tr. Co.__New York
Guaranty Trust Company...New York
Bank of America, N. T. S. A..New York
National City Bank_________New York
Philadelphia National Bank,
Philadelphia
Baltimore Trust Co._______ Baltimore
First National Bank..................Atlanta

Correspondence Solicited.
SEE ADVERTISEMENT ON NORTH CAROLINA INDEX.
Charlotte Morris Plan Co___ {See Morris Plan B ank)

'CHARLOTTE
NATIONAL
BANK
12% par 100 66-18

JNO. H. SCOTT- - - - - - - W. H. TWITTY. Exec. W. B. McCLINTOCK. R B DUVAL
W. J. CHAMBERS
Cash, and A. Tr. Off. FRESCA BROWN
W.H. TWITTY. Tr.Off.
nu"n

560,000

S49.5M 3,508,140

797,730

543,370 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st &

Merch. N., Rich.; Fifth-Third Un. Tr.
Co., Cin.; 1st N., Atl.

Designated Depository of United States, State of North Carolina and
City of Charlotte. Unsurpassed Facilities for handling Collections.
Remittances sent direct to your correspondent In any reserve city
If desired.
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Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass'n.

Town and county.
^County Seats.
In No. 5 F. R. D.
C is Charlotte Br.
»Charlotte__82,675
C Mecklenburg H6

66-17

Vice-President.

President.

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Resources.

Liabilities.

•Mem.A.B.A.»New § State tPriT
{Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Bstab.
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d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Dlv.

$250-12%

dexed Acces.). Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in Dack of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

A. DUNN

£

Ass’t Cashier.

Cashier.

F. HENDRIX-W. SUMMEY
STEWART_ _ _ _ I.ifcuh.aiid'TrVOfficer
W. STEWART.
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Ca
J.rg. DOAR
M. T. WILLIAMS.

Principal correspondents.

a k ExBond*
Lnn
SURPLUB Depos­ Other
Miscel­ OBiian,Dn
Pa.id-tjp
And
sad
Liabili­
laneous from Barks
AND
its
Diaeouati SoeuriiiM
Capital Propitb
ties

J. P. HOBL.

771,270 $3029 000

Ml,60S

732,280 $2842510 $ 775,860

415,060 $ 999,120

A. Cash. A,C. and A, Tr.OJj,
SEND US TOUR CHARLOTTE ITEMS DIRECT.
Collections, Bill of Lading Drafts, Cash and Time Items Given
dB®T»t’74 Prompt Attention and Remitted for on Day of Payment, at Lowest ro sslble R ate.

irv. Tr. Co. and Chase N.. N. Y.;
1st Sc Mercb. N. and State-Plan.
Bk. & Tr. Co.,Rich.; Phil. N.. Phil.;
Cltiz. Sc Sou. N., Atl.; Com’l N.,
Washington, D. C.; Balt. Tr. Co.,
Balt.

Federal Reserve Bank Dist. a (Branch of Richmo nd. For complete inf ormotion see page 78
66-20
•

(Closed December 4, 1930)

First National Bank

INDEPEND­
ENCE
TRUST
COMPANY

c. O, Bd, w. «.

WATSON

Di njssfcLu Awf’

Y. W. »0RI

COMMERCIAL BANKING AND TRUST
1,087.750 5,352,840

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM

342,350 4,600,500

744,780 1,000,720 1,430,900

(Incl.
Reserves)

Bankers Trust Co.________ New York
Philadelphia National Bank,
Philadelphia
State-Planters Bank Sc Trust Co.,
Richmond

E. Trade St. Branch: B. S. NEILL, Cashier
Dilwortb Branch: J. B. WATT. Cashier

$200-8% ♦ 66-23 dB®T»t§T2

E. E. Jones........ — H. C. Alexander... J. H. Spearman....
Industrial Loan and Invest H.H. Orr.
G. D. Aitken
ment Bank...............®Tt5’22 Ch, of Bd. and Pres. 1. W. Stewart

333,030

400.000

137,810

200,000

638,000 2,881,850

1,247,890

81,900

78,460

111,600 Chase N. and Bkrs,Tr.,N.Y.;Com*l N. and

208,480 2,533,710

613,670

89,270

691,730 First & Mercb. Nat. Bk........ Richmond

640,130

3,220

192,740

1,959,200 1,095,530

488,880

649,010

Independence Tr. Co., Charlotte.

par too 66-805
(Industrial Bank)

S%

MERCHANTS &
FARMERS
NATIONAL BANK

.

$455-20% par too 66-16 d®T»t'7i

We will remit for Charlotte Items direct to your
New York correspondent at 1-IOth of 1 per cent.
Careful attention Is given to all collections sent us.

200,000

Morris Plan Bank........ ®t§'17 H. C. Sherrill......... W. H. Bethea.......... W. P. Alixon ..........
F. M. Shelton, Ch.
66-800

(Industrial Bank)
(Formerly Charlotte Morris
Plan Co.)

♦Union National Bank
$315-10%

H M- Victor

n, p. Tillntt ____

Geo. S. Crouch____ D. A. S. Hoke........

300.000

151,130

420,470

686,980 3,125,570

230,530

86,310

Chase National Bank______New York
First National Bank_____ Philadelphia
First National Bank...............Baltimore
National Shawmut Bank_____ Boston

21,810 Chase N„ N. Y.; Am, Tr. Co., Charlotte.

799,480 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st & Merch. N„ Rich.

par 100 66-21 d®T«t'08

nd
(See pa get 92- 93-94Io- r Numb er of Na tional, State
R. L. Honeycutt,
Charlotte Clearing House... T. E. Hemby______ J. A. Stokes............ R. S. Smith,
Private Banks, Total D eposits by Citie s, State s, etc.)
Mgr
Sec. and Tr.
(Members indicated by a* associate members by a +)

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has been of definite value to business
and banking in the United States and
we are proud of our part in that system
as official numbering agents of American
Bankers Association. Each bank listed
in this Directory has its transit number
shown next to its name.
The entire system is explained and
mapped in the first part of the Direc­
tory.
We devote a special publication to
this numerical system which lists by
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Price $2.50.

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Chartered 1897 By Special Act of Legislature

I*3"

Cabarrus Bank & Trust Co.
Formerly Cabarrus Savings Bank
ESTABLISHED 1897

CONCORD, KANNAPOLIS, ALBEMARLE,

NORTH CAROLINA

STATEMENT
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS,
JUNE 30, 1931

RESOURCES
Cash in Vaults, and due
from Banks..................... $ 545,839.42
U. S. Government Secu­
rities.....................................
69,423.04
Purchased Collateral
Loans adequately se­
cured by high grade
listed securities...................
194,000.00
State of North Carolina
Bonds, Municipal Bonds
and Short Term Munici__ _ „„,
892,472.32 $1,692,734.78
pal Notes................................
Loans and Discounts.........
Banking House, Vaults,
Furniture and Fixtures.
Other Real Estate..............
Customers’ Liability, Let­
ters of Credit.....................

2,287,186.64
212,678.50
25,500.00
171,961.66

Total.................................................................$4,390,061.58

LIABILITIES
Commercial Deposits.........$2,468,882.18
Time Deposits....................... 1,038,053.48 $3,507,935.66
Customers’ Liability, Letters of Credit.
Dividend payable July
1 1931 ...................................
Reserve for Interest,
Taxes, etc., Accrued .. .
CAPITAL{ S5 glftS }
Surplus (Earned)..............
Undivided Profits (Net) . .

avail yourselves of our
facilities for handling your
business. We assure prompt
returns.

STRONG
PROGRESSIVE
CONSERVATIVE

171,961.66
12,000.00
zo,wz.ju

400,000.00
200,000.00
71,761.96

LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE
CAROLINA INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT

671,761.96

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Members:
A. B. A. and N. C. BKRS. ASSN.

OFFICERS
H. I. WOODHOUSE ------- President
F. J. HAYWOOD -----Vice President
W. L. BURNS, (Active) - - - Vice President
JOHN R. JONES, JR., (Active)
Vice President
C. W. SWINK
- -- --- -- Cashier
W. B. BEAVER - -- --- -- Cashier
Kannapolis, N. C.
M. J. HARRIS
- -- --- -- Cashier
Albemarle, N. C.
W. G. CASWELL -----Asst. Cashier
Concord, N. C.
B. A. FISHER
- -- --- - Asst. Cashier
Kannapolis, N. C.

DIRECTORS
H. I. WOODHOUSE.......................................President
E. C. BARNHARDT, JR.
- - Mill Supplies
J. J. BARNHARDT ----Vice President
Cannon Mills Company
A. L. BROWN ------Vice President
Cannon Mills Company
W. L. BURNS ------Vice President
C.. A. CANNON -------- - President
Cannon Mills Company
J. A. CANNON - -- -- --- President
Cannon Lumber Company
J. F. CANNON - -- -- --- Capitalist
M. J. CORL
- -- -- --- President
Corl Motor Company
W. W. FLOWE ------- Sec. and Treas.
Roberta Manufacturing Company
J. A. GROVES ------- Sec. and Treas.
Wiscassett Mills Company
F. J. HAYWOOD - -- -- -- Secretary
Cannon Mills Company
A. R. HOOVER ------- Sec. and Treas.
Hoover Hosiery Company
A. R. FIOWARD
-----Vice President
Cannon Mills Company
JOHN R. JONES, JR.
- -- - Vice President
A. B. POUNDS - --- -- - Ice and Coal
C. W. SWINK - --- -- -Cashier
R. L. SMITH - --- -- -Attorney

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Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. 8. exclusively by The Band-McNally Bankers*
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Town and County. •Mem. A. B. A. nNew §State fPrlv.

‘County Seats.
(Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In No. 5 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
C is Charlotte Br, d-8afeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div

Charlotte__ 82,675 J. S. BACHE & CO.
(Conltnued)
(212 So. Tyron St.)

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

(Members Prlncl pal Stock Exchan *es).

FRANK B. GREEN
COMPANY

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (Indexed Acras.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued.

Liabilities.
Resources,
Other
Lo‘na
Bond* Miscel­
Paid-up Surplus
Depos­ Liabili­
and
‘ad
and
Capital
its
ties
Profits
Diaeounta Securities laneous

Principal Correspondents.
Cash k IIcsasom.Dui
r»o« Baku

L. F. Mathews,
Mgr.

J. S. Bache & Co., N. Y.

Bonds Suitable for Banks.
Send for Current List.
Investments and Corporate Finance.

Cherryvllle ...2756 Cherryville National Bank D. E. Rhyne...
1150
M-S26
d®»t'26
C Gaston H4

J. A. Abernethy. T.C. Abernethy.. E. V. Moss_______ S 100,000 S 48,660 I 419,190 S 166,150
S 464,420 t 23,590 3 175,620 0
D. F. Beam

China Grove..1258 Bank of China Grove...t|’03 A. M. Hanna_____ J. H. Rutledge... C. O. Graham____
$60 par 50 66-327
C Rowan F6

25.000

13,120

298,970

1,130

260,380

Clarkton______ 458 Bank of Bladen............... .§'06 E. J. Cox_________ C. S. Clark............... E. C. Clark............... E. H. Munroe...
Bladen L14
66-328

22,500

29,710

119,490

2,150

132,400

Clayton______ 1533 Clayton Banking Co.____5*99 J. D. Barbour____ W. A. Barnes.......... J.T.Talton............... W. F. Weathers...
Johnston F15
66-329

75,000

29,190

203,280

17,270

198,270

Cleveland____ 435 Citizens Bank______ ©tl’15 W. F. Thompson _ C. A. Brown_____ S. E. McNeely..
$125-5%
66-572
C Rowan F6

10.000

1,320

56,840

5,500

56,330

Cllffslde.......... 1850 Haynes Bank----------®tS’16
C Rutherford H2
66-589
‘Clinton______2712 Bank of Clinton...
Sampson 116

(Closed June 22, 19 31)

Bank of Sampson.

(Closed June 22, 19 31)

f»First-Citizens Bk. & Tr. Co.
66-870
§’31

Clyde___ _______ 458 Bank of Clyde ...........dt5’12 D. I. L. Smathers.
C Haywood 07 par 100
66-514

(Branch

C. Dudley Du Bose.

(Branch of Smith field, N. C.)

Coleraln______ 229 Bank of Coleraine...®#tl'08 L. A. Nowell____ H. S. Basnight___ D. R. Britton____ W. J. Barnes____
Bertie D20
$55-5%
66-331
D. R. Britton
C. B. Sessems
Coleridge........... 120 Bank of Coleridge....®J§’19 F. C. Caveness.
A. 8. Hinshaw..
Garland
Allen.........
Randolph F10
$160
66-652
R. L. Caveness. Ch.

22,470

5,650

66,000 Cent.

Han. Bk. &Tr. Co., N. Y.;Am.Tr.Co„
Charlotte; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co..

17,330

Salisbury.
24,130 Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte; N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Wil.

85.320

18,660

5.320

12,000 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem

and Salisbury.

J. C. Hames___

Edwin Fincher.... T. H. Haynes____
E. A. Wood

6,200

70,370 Com'l N„ Charlotte.

Of Aio ndaU, N , C.).

11,400

7,140

85,640

38.550

19.720

312,810

10.000

6,000

65,000

Chase N„ N. ¥.; Charlotte N„ Charlotte.

Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte; N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Wil.
69,080

4,000

7,360

23,730 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Wachovia

404,050

2,500

47,420

39,500 Chase N„ N.Y.; Seab. Citiz. N„ Norfolk:

4,000

14,000 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem;

Bk. & Tr. Co., Asheville.

122,390

Wachovia Bk. & Tr.Co., Winston-Salem.

63,000

1st N. and Bk. of Randolph, Asheboro.

‘Columbus ___ 340 Polk County Bk. & Tr. Co.
F. W. Blanton____ D. D. Paltie______
C Polk Q9
par 50
66-663
©‘t§T9 H. C. Metcalf, Ch T. E. McKee
‘Concord.__ 11.820
C Cabarrni G6
V. P. and Ch.
Exec. Comm.
I Special attentlo n given to collee
1 Prompt, person al service. Quick
$150-6% par 100 66-74 d®T*tf’97 .Prompt attentl on to all bankln

CABARRUS
BANK & TRUST CO.

C. I. WAGONER-

CITIZENS BANK ft TR. CO.

$150-7%
par

66-75 d®T»tro5

100

Concord National Bank

$330-12%
66-73
d®Tf’88
par 100
Industrial Ln. & Investment
Bank-------......... ®Tt§’22

(Industrial Bank)

P. S. Lewis_______ G. F. West...............

C. W. SWINK----- W. 6. CASWELL

22,500
466.366

7,410

67,070

25,000

275,170 3 678,646

97,420

,

tlons.
returns,
g matters entrns ted to us.

Ik

DJAR----- !. L. PROPST_ _ _ _ _ I0YD RIGGERS ~
ATS
GOODMAN.
.
Tr. Off.
Send us your 1 terns on Concord direct.
.All Items will re celve prompt, car eful attention. T BT US.
D. B. Coltrane___ T. H. Webb_____ L. D. Coltrane____ D. W. Moose____
C. A. Cannon

SEE II SPLAY

100,000

100,000

79,390

85,980

2,990

23,040

2 531,230 1 110,770

311,050

.

467,580 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr.Co.,N.

Y.; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem; Am. Tr.
Co., Charlotte.

ABYENT ISEMENT)

652,440

65,000

681,170

35,090

80,500

259,000 1,277,100

100,000

806,500

216,600

142,000

100,060 Chase N„ N.Y.; Am. Tr„ Charlotte.

571,000 Chase N„ N. Y.: State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co.

and 1st & Merch. N„ Rich.; Phil. N„
Phil.

T. W. Hamer, Mgr.

LT

(Branch of Charlo tte, N. C.

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9,970

Concord N. and Cabarrus Bk. & Tr. Co..
Concord.

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to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers'
IZJw Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass n.

Town and County. Mem.A.B.A. "New SState t Pri*

‘County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estah
In No. 5 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bon'1
C is Charlotte Br. d-8afeDep.@8aT.$Last8ale%Di'

Paid-up
Capital

20,680 I 119,880

R. H, Johnson— A. H. Martin----- -

20.000

21,600

133,140

B. Mason_____ J. W. Zachary------ J.H. L. Rice------ C. S. Maxwell___
Bank of Oooleemee..®*$l’l6
par 100
66-335
Bank of Cornelius. ,.®Ttl’03 F.C. Sherrill.......... T. S. Williamson.. J. R. Beard--------- M. L. Beard ---------

15,000

6,140

180,400

20,000

23,300

155,720

A. Isenhower... F. L. Herman____ A. L. Shuford------

par 100

W. J. Beale..
Conway.............400 Bank of Conway------- ®t§’10 W. T. Bridgers,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
66-334
Northampton C19 6%

10% par 100

66-336

Bank of Oreswell----- ®il’07 E. S. Woodley____ Thos. D. Woodley D. E. Woodley— E. S. Woodley..
par 100
66-117

CITIZENS
NATIONAL
BANK

O. P. Rhodes........ . J. G. Rutledge, Jr,

R. H. RIGSBEE-—

1930)

155,320

4,800

23,650 Norfolk N. Bk. of Com. ATrusts. Norfolk;

1,850

22,870 Citiz. N., Durham; 1st N.: Phil,

9,100

176,820

3,280

147,330 $

21,640

59.000

5.00C

130

25,000 Va. N.. Norfolk; Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte.

104,750

53.780

167,680

2,800

24,600

20,000

23,740

203,110

4,500

189,660

26,210

1,250

114,800

18.600

6.440

34,220 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. N. Y.; Am. Tr
Co.. Charlotte.
15,840 1st N., Thomasville.

C. F. Phillips------ J. F. Garner—

2.480

State-Plan, Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.: 1st N„
Mt. Airy.
33.680 State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.; N. C. Bk.

£

Baxter Carter —

13.540

15,000

R. C. Lewellyn — Eva Hancock-----

1.510

125,630

(Branch ofMt.Ai ry, N.C.)

H. R. Lindsey........ O. L. Slayton____

25,000

4.760

109,180

1,460

104.840

J. D. Davis_____

30,000

30,280

304,900

1,000

230,380

53,620

3,360

852,410

184,250

741,880

253,540

120,870

136.290 National City Bank................. New York
First National Bank— ..Philadelphia
First & Merchants National Bank
Richmond

254,800

39,980

450,450

7,340

3,490 1st N„ Citiz. N„ and Merch., Durham: Peo..
Roxboro.

90.000

900,000

0. S. Hicks___

E. B. Graham.
J. C. Graham

JJ]JDsj}([-~

p- CAMPBELL------ -----------

E. H. Copeland—
First National Bank..®<’87 W. J. Holloway—.. C. 0. Thomas......... B. G. Proctor......... R.P,
Reade. Tr.Off,
S. Jones. V. P.
R. P. Reade
O. M. Carr, Ch.
$188-12%
66-40
P.
N.
Constable..
T.
C,
Worth............
W.
W.
Sledge____
J.
S.
Hill................
Home Savings Bank

600,000

Collections sent us will receive prompt attention of
an officer of the bank.
Mrs. G. M. Carver

A Tr Off.

V. P. and Tr. Officer

$47-8% par 25 66-42

d ®1»L§ ’04
Mechanics and FarmersBank C, C. Spaulding—. E. R. Merrick____
par 25
66- 45
d®T*§'08 S. L. Warren. Ch. W. C. Strudwick
Clyde Donnell
Merchants Bank---------- t§’05 W. P. Clements.... H. G. Hedrick........
66-44
Morris Plan Industrial Bank W. F. Carr.......... ... R. C.TJaldwin____

R. L. McDougald, W. C. Pratt............
Act. V. P. and Cash. J. H. Wheeler
J. S. Hughson,Aud
D. C. Barbee-------- C. B. Mason__
Mamie L. Faucette
L. D. Kirkland, Jr.
N. C. Carlton,
Cash, and Mgr. Allene Suitt

Cert, of
Inv.

980.000

70.000

300.000

100,000 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.

120,000 1,154,380 8,944,200

182,630 5,692,720 2.523,090

191,830 1,993,570 Chase N.. N Y.: Phil.N.. Phil.: 1st &
Merch. N., Rich.; Am.Tr. Co., Charlotte.

562,120 6,455,870
(Incl.
Reserves)
100.000 100,000 1,275,000

605,000 3,958,940 1,709,570

284,030 2.270,440 1st N. and N. City. N. Y.: Phil. N.. Phil.:
Am. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.
■
32,000 131,000 N. City. N. Y-: Fidelity and 1st N„
Durham.
118,070 211,850 N.Citv and Dunbar N.. N.Y-: Citiz.N.and
1st N., Durham.''

113,725

,

15,000
s

613,840

100.000

178,340 1,762,160

100.000

135,290

31,000 1,200,000

143,000

390,010

53,990

186,580 1,649.050

260,040

30,870

82,900

822,720

24,510

(Industrial Bank)
700,600 332,580 13380000 1,601.920 13 734 620
North Carolina Joint Stock Southgate Jones__ W. P. Clements— J. R. Holloway,
(Farm L n. Bds.)
Sec. and Tr.
C. A. Johnson
Land Bk—66-781...........t’22 J. A. Long,
(Territor y of Nort h. Caroli na and V irginia)
Ch. of Bd.
par 100
194,000
211,000
19.500
25,000
H.
I.
Parrish------H. C. Barbee—........
Peoples Bank.............d©t§’06 Y. E. Smith............. J. H. Erwin

257,520 1,818,710

D. W. Horton

& Tr. Co., Greensboro.
„ .
78,810 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Com 1 N„
Raleigh; Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

(Branch of Smith field, N. C.)

120,000

541,240

94,260

5,850

26,650

235,080 Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co.. N. City, and
Bkrs. Tr. Co..N.y.: 1st N- Durham.
23,560 Fid., Home Sav.. and 1st N„ Durham.
203,650 N. Y. Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N.. Durham.
27,000 Chase N., N. Y.; Fid., Durham.

66-346

J* *'w$hapcPHiUSiy'~'~ (Members Princi pal Stock Excban ges)............ ............

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19,810 Am, Tr. Co., Charlotte.

1930)

100.000

(East Durham)

Y.; Independ­

ence Tr. Oo.. Charlotte.
Merch.. Durham.

26,360

B. W. Rogers,
J. 8. Hill_______ I. F. Hill.................. H. W. Boring,
A. Sec
Sec. and Tr.
H. E. Perry. V.P.
John F. Wily—. L. D. Kirkland----- E. 8. Booth--------- J. W. Muse_____
A.
B.
Cauthen
F.
C.
Owen,
M.
B.
Fowler,
Sec.
Jones Fuller,

$110-8% par 100

33,200 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N.

30,000

16.500

$155-10% par 100 66-801 ©t§’17

N. Bk. of Suffolk. Suffolk.

'

J. Lee Sloan______ W. H. Thompson.. J. V. Lore-------------

A. J. Pollard--------- W. P. Budd_______ G. M. Carver .—
Durham Industrial Bank
P. M. Bussell
$27-4% par 25 66-813 ©tS’25

Durham Loan & Trust Co.
66-46
TtS15
Fidelity Bank___ d®T»tl'88
$270-80% par 28
66-41

19,040 1st N., Hickory; Un. N., Charlotte.

75,000

150.000

d®‘t05

3,670

5,000

115,610

66-43

22,500 S 160,340

5,000

100,000

$108-8%
par 100

Principal Correspondents.
Cash k ExCHANQS8,DuE
raou Banks

(Branch of Durha m, N. C.

C. T. Cox________

Merchants Bank____®t§’26

Dallas..... ........ 1489 Bank of Dallas------------- 1§’05 S. A. Wilkins_____
C Gaston H4
66-338
(Closed November 18,
‘Danbury..........410 Bank of Stokes County___
Stokes C8
Davidson____ 1445 Bank of Davidson —d®»t§’16 J. R. Withers.
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
C Meckleburg G5 $185-12% par 100 66-340
Doak Finch______
Denton_______ 540 Carolina Bank & Tr. Co.
8% par 100 66-794
®Tt§’24
Davidson P9
Denver.......... ..222 Farmers & Merchants Bank.. (Closed December 5,
C Lincoln G4
‘Dobson______ 446 Surry County Loan & Tr. Co
8% par 128 66-342
TJ‘05
Sarry C6
Draper______ 1020 Bank of Draper-------- ®JI’2C G. P. Dillard___
Rockingham B9 $iio-$%
66-696
Dunn..______ 4558 Commercial Bank.._®»tl’19 E. P. Davis____
Harnett H14
«%
66-672
First-Citizens Bank & Trust
Co............ 66-841........... •S’29
‘Durham... 52,037
Durham E12

C.i-1

Ass’t Cashier.

Resources.
Liabilities,
Bonds
Loans
Surplus Depos­ Other
Miscel­
and
. and
Liabili­
and
its
Discounts Securities laneous
Profits
ties

20,000

Conover_____ 973 Citizens Bank.......... —®»t§’12
$180-10%
66-489
C Catawba F4

Cooleemee__ 2045
Davie F6
Cornelius____1230
C Mecklenburg G5
Creedmoor___ 388
Granville D14
Creswell............ 350
Wash. F22

Cashier.

Vice-President.

President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
‘
‘ Bates,
' s, Holidays, etc., see Laws.
volume. ~
For‘ Interest

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

1 o on

THE LARGEST BANK IN THE CAROLINAS
LET US COLLECT YOUR ITEMS DIRECT

1901

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number {Iren
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and Countt. •Mem. A. B. A. "New §St*te tHriv
*C6unfjr? Seats. {Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In No, 5 S'. It. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
Cii? Charlotte Br. d-8afeDep.(S)Sar.$LastSale%DiT
East Bend- -—..470 .Yadkin Valley Bank__ «ti’09
^-WHYadkiu D7
par 100
66-345
East flat Bockl062 First Bank <fc Trust Co______
G Henderson Q*
4 Eden ton------ 3563 Bank of Eden fon..d®T•tl’04
Chowan D21
1210-9%
♦ 66-177
par 100
.
..
Citizens Bank__ .________
Eland____ ___ 220 Bank of Efland ,
0 ranee D12
^Elizabeth City
TasquO’k C22 10,037

jLpW;"

V ice-President.

Cashier.

W. H. Speas______ J. T. Ben bow.,

Ass’t -Cashier.

Liabilities.
Resources.
Lord a
Other
Boadi
Paid-up Surplus
Depos­ L
and
and
iabili
­
ud
‘ Miscel­
Capital
its
Diaeouata SMuritiu laneous
Profits
ties

A. E. Harrell_____ J. M. Whittington. S

5,000 $

14,550 $

74.500 $

2,000 $

70,750

$

Julieu Wood___

W. O. Elliott_____ D. M. Warren____ W. H. Gardner...

(Suspended ■ Decemb er 26, 1930)

W.'

113,690

777.700 $

;'

.

22,500 Cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Wachovia
Bk. ft Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

93,370

67,150

114,370|Cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Norfolk
N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts. Norfolk;
Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem.
■' > I:'

338.050

150,880

•41,780 N. City, N. Y.; 1st N„ Chi.; 1st
N., Balt.; Corn Ex. N. Bk. ft Tr. Co.,
Phil.; State-Plan. Bk. ft Tr. Co.,
Rich.

490

30,590

■ 1 ana

(W. G. GAITHER., L. S. BLADES------ W.E. GRIFFIN.
C. 0. I0BIMS0N. M. H. JONES.

<
Ch.
! Collections rem

100,000

Principal Correspondents.
Cash ft Exciaxsm.Ddi
from Baku

2,800 S

(Closed November 20 . 1930)

(Closed November 12 . 1930)

FIRST & CITIZENS
NATIONAL BANK
66-78

President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

1 '

M. R. GRIFFIN —

200,100

V. P. and Tr. Off.

224,150 2.917.040

.

200,000 2 410,780

(Incl.
Res.)

Itted for dally at 1-10 of 1 per cent.

®T*t’91

m,
Industrial Bank------------15’24 W. P. Duff_______ C. W. Gaither.... H, T. Greenleaf...
*37.80-8% par 26 60-817

54.000

13,590

400,000

232.070

25.000

17,400

197,190

It

8,800
ems.

110,000

C. 6. AHMFIELD —-

50.000

14.900

J. A. Martin_____ E. E. Harrill_____ Bet tie Green_____

20,000

2,940

65,690
38,910
(Inv. Cer t.)

139.270

1,840 1st ft Citiz. N„ Elizabeth City.

Savings Bank <k Trust Co----- (Closed December 18, 1930)
it -- « 4;

Vireinia-Carolina Joint Stock W. G. Gaither
Land Bk. —66-780........ t’19

$125 par 100

4 Elisabethtown

Bank of Elizabethtown.«iS07 j, h. Clark__
Bladen K14 765 $70-*% par SO 66-847

lUitfa&ai

Elkin_________2357
Sorry D5

H* H. Clark____

Ralph Borine-

Janie C. Boring ___

A. G. CLICK - - - - - - - - i.tWLuHi-

n of an officer glv
drafts, Cash and Time
( Please tend 15e wi th each sight draft fo r presentation and 25e for Credit Repor ts.

ELKIN NATIONAL NANA
66-268

Elk Park____ ,.488 Citizens Bank.

(k.

CHATHAM- - - - -

ivr-

FRANKLIN
*21900 ) All collections will receive the a ttentlon of an offl cerDIE
of this bank.
(.Plain alfht dra fta, lBci Credit Reports 25c. TR Y US.
«••• ■ ;.tu
.ti.it:.
(Closed October 29, 1930, Liquidating)
• -t . ■ f

Bank of Ellenboro........ *tl'06 A. S. Harrill..........
C Rutherford G2 1160-1%
60-349
Elm City____905
Wilson F17

W. T. Old________ C. F. Garrett,
C. B. Wood.
L. S. Blades
See. and Tr. A.Sec. and A, Tr.

Branch Banking & Trust Co.
66-285 ®iS’01
(Succeeds Toisnot Bkg. Co.)

J.L. Bryant, Acting

Elm Cfty Bank_____ ____ §’9: J. L. Bailey_____
66-284

K. R. Bailey...........

. —I——.

593,530

152,380 N. City. N. Y.; 1st N. and Citiz. N„
Elizabeth City.

148,220

19.320

75,050 Chase N„ N. Y.; N. C, Bk. ft Tr. Co., Wil.;
Cumberland N.. Fayetteville.

5,000

111.900

. 28,000

686.800

82,210

594,040

69,460

5,000

78,310

31.300

10,000

JEnaeldJ—iT- 2234 Bank of Enfield.___d®«tl’98 Ivey Watson ___
5. Peirspn._______ W. R. Garnett ___ H. C. Durham,..—
Halifax D18
par 50
66-242

6,870

of Wilso n, N. C.)

u 3,000

50.000

113.3150

Commercial .ft Farmers Bank W. R. Neville____ J. W. Whitaker... F. 0. Patterson___
par 100
iC-243 d®T*M'05

50,000

67,570

340,000

Engelhard____ 340 Engelhard Bk'g ft Tr. Co.
J. H, Jarvis,
B, C. Marshall____ W. M. Hooker, Jr.
r
HFde G24
*116 jiar too 66-679
®T*Ji’l9 Ch. of Bd, and Pres,

11,000

8,390

125J60

51,090

17,470

35,000

70,000

540,000

360,000

82.000

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST COMPANY,

https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
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115.340 N,|lity.:|l, Y.; Com’IN,, High Point.

y

12,220 Am.Tr. Co., Charlotte.
1st ft Merch. N.. Rich.; Wachovia Bk.
Tr. Co., Raleigh.
. JC„; ..
' ' v
'
.
i ...

7,500
*;'y*
649,530

Erwin ;i.„ —.4000 Bank of Harnett—B®T*tr03 W. A. Erwin.
J. M. Hodges_____ S. J. Clark............... J. C. Graham_____
■ ’ Harnett H14 par 100
66-344
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
' • '■
V'ttV -■ _____

22,000

V x 1.' i.~

Y;. SViMH ‘“

•" 04

93,220

20,000

•'*V* <MS*t > •
Hon College.. 873 Elon Banking ft Tr, Co.
W. A. Harper_____ W, C. Wicker_____ John Lowry______ T. C. Amick, Sec...
I a Alamance Dll
66-350
®T*|-10
iit,

II

ina)

■ ■

(Branch

- >•:' .=: «a..-

6.272,670 ,123,060
35,770
(Territor V Virgini a and No rth Carol

Winston Salem,

10,820
5,000

8,800
vo'
431,360

5,940

349,690

N. C.

20,120

•

J

2,400 Com’l N., High Point.

?‘i

132,140

59,210
27,740
5,650

195,190 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Norfolk NiBk.of
Com. & Trusts. Norfolk: State-Plan. Bk.
& Tr. Co.. Rich.; N.C.Bk.&Tr.Co.. Wil.
86,080 Chase N„ N, Y.: 1st & Merch. N.. Rich.:
N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh.
7J.120 Norfolk N, Bk. Of Com- ft Trusts, Norfolk:
1st ft Citiz: N„ Elizabeth City; Bk/of
Wash.. Wash., D. C.__— . ____ .
203,000 Cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Fidelity.
Durham; Wach. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Raleigh:
State Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.

THE LARGEST BANK IN THE CAROLINAS
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Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
10 '30 to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Band-McNally Bankers
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass n.

Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A."New58t»tetPrif.
‘County Seats.
In No. 5 F. R. D.

C is Charlotte Br.

tMem. State B. Ais'n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res. DeptstT-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®BaT.$LastSale%DiT.

President.

Vice-President.

J. H. D. Peel —
Everetts ______270 Planters ft Merchants Bank V. G. Taylor,
Martin E19
7%
66-576
•tl’16 Ch, of Bd. and Pres, H. D. Peel

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued
Ass'T CASHIER.

Cashier.

Paul Bailey---------- Mrs. V. G. Taylor.

Fair Bluff_____ 806 Farmers ft Merchants Bank R. C. Tucker_____ H. V. Norris--------- J. C. Rogers______
1150-8% par 50 66-547 ®«tl’14
Columbus L12

RESOURCES.
Liabilities.
Hoads
Loms
S
urplus DEPOS­ Other
Miscel­
Paid-up
aad
sad
Liabili­
and
ITS
Diaeoaata SMUiittai laneous
Capital Pbopits
ties
15.000

12,400

67,030

10.000

11,290

210,730

11,450

52,730
14,200 707,870
40.000
First National Bank—«t’21 J.F. Johnson_____ D. J. Oliver---------- Geo. H. Cole--------- Mrs. O. D. Baker..
J. W. Burns
F. Floyd. V. P.
lll#-8%
66-750
1,160
83,640
25,000
C. S. Hines........ — R. M. Browder .— Bessie Warren___
Bank of Faison------------- §' I. W. Lane_____
66-353
Herman A. Beam, (Fallston Branch o /Shelby. N.C.)
Union Trust Co------------ Tl’22
A. Cash, and Mgr.
66-767
35,000 425,000 211,800
100.000
D.
E.
06LESIY---j.
R.
DAVIS-----Farmvllle____ 2056
"R. L. DAVIS. „
'Bd.andPres.
Pitt F18
bank main tains a special c ollectlon Dept,
service —Low Bates—W e get results.
$110-5% par 100 66-272 d®»ti’04

Fairmont.........1314
Robeson K12
Faison________ 589
Duplin 116
Fallston______ 210
C Cleveland 03

asm—

BK.OF FARMVILLE
Citizens Bank___________

*Fayettevlllel3,049
OumTd 113

BRANCH BANKING
ft TRUST CO.

(Closed December 8. 1930.

Principal

correspondents.

Cabb A IznAMM,Dn

FBOM Bam

7,120

8,490 Seab. Citiz. N„ Norfolk: N. C. Bk. ft Tr..
Tarboro; Branch Bkg. & Tr. Co.,
Williamston.
72.180 Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Co., Winston-Salem;
N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co..Wil.

2,150

5.460

5,290

4,290

613.930 Chase N„ N.Y.; 1st ft Merch.N..Rich.;N. C.
Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Wil.; Wachovia. Wih.-Sal.
30,390

79.920

10,350

137,150

11,180

193,260
69,840

1st N„ Shelby.
305,000

288,000

40,000

138,800 Cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co., N. Y.; Norfolk
N. Bk. Com. & Trusts. Norfolk; 1st &
Merch. N„ Rich.; Wachovia Bk. ft Tr.
Co.. Winston-Salem.

Liquidating)

E. H. FOLEY......

Chase N„ N. Y.; State-Plan. Bk. ft Tr.
Co.. Rich.

(Branch of Wilso », N. C,

We handle coll ectlons carefully and remit promp tly.

66-845 dB®T*t5’30
i .
■
par 100
F. H. Stedman----- C. C. McAlister—. Paul Stewart------Caledonian Sav. ft Tr. Co.
par 100
66-833 d©Tt§’28

$340-20%

CUMBERLAND
NATIONAL BANK
1140-8%

50.000

57.150

226,140

55.000

1N.M0 1,451,281

1M.7M

1,139.351

M4.ua

271,111

329.7M Irving Trust Company, New York;
N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Wilmington;
Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

22,000

11.150

6,000

13,000

160.080 Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co., N. Y.; Norfolk N.
Bk. of Com. ft Trusts. Norfolk; Cent. N„
Rich.
25,000 Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte; Wachovia Bk. &
Tr. Co., Raleigh.

F. H. STEDMAN — ALBERT STEWART— ALBERT STEWART-. T. EARL^TEW^RT150.H0

25.370 Cumberland N„ Fayetteville.

147.800

51.550

SEND US YOUR FAYETTEVILLE ITEMS DIRECT.
Special attention given BUI of Lading drafts, Cash and Time Items.

B. H. Youngblood. S. G. Rhodes..........
Fletcher_______60 Bank of Fletcher..d®*t§’14 W. H. Sumner..
4,000
10,000
66-556
C Henderson P8
Forest City... 4069 First National Bank in Forest (Taken overby Unio n Trust Co., April 22. 1931)
G Rutherford HI
(Branch of Union Trust C o„ Shelb V. N. C.)
Union Trust Co---------- T§’30
66-846
178,920
180
33,520 288.460
50.000
B. L. Stokes-----Fountain_____360 Bank of Fountain-----®*tl'10 H. C. Bridgers .— G. W. Jefferson... J. M. Horton_____
1150-#% par 100 66-355
Pitt F17
50,000
9,000
60,000
25.000
Four Oaks____684 Bank of Four Oaks..d®2ll2 W. J. Lewis______ R. C. Canaday------ Bert Lassiter___ Elizabeth Lewis.
$50-8% par 50 66-505
Johnston 015
430,000
25,000
39,120 392.460
65,000
H. W. Cabe............. L. B. Liner..........
M. D. Billings ....
‘Franklin___1094 Bank of Franklin......... *§’03 W. A. Rogers...
W. L. Higdon
S. H. Lyle. Ch.
par 100
66-294
m Macon Q4t>
.
1930)
(Closed December 16
Citizens Bank___
Bank & Trust Co.
Frankllnton..l320 Citizens & Commercial Bank (Closed June 13, 193 1 for liquidation thr ough First-Citizens
Franklin C15
(Branch of Smith field, N. C.)..
C. G. Dahlgren,
«First-Citizens Bk. & Tr. Co.
A. C. in charge
66-356
®T*t§’31
125,000

525,170

19,370

72,210 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Asheville.

33.900

59,060 Gty. Tr. Co.. N.Y.; N. C. Bk. &Tr. Co.. Wil.:
1st ft Merch. N-. Rich.

38.530

72.000 Com'lN.. Raleigh: 1st N.. Durham; Wach­
ovia Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Raleigh.
9.480 Chase N.. N. Y.: N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Wil.

Fremont...........1316 Bank of Fremont. .®T‘tll900 Cutlar Lee---------- G. D. Best----------- F. M. Watson------$i#o-io%
66-357
Wayne G16
Bank
of
Fuquay---------2I’09 D. M. Spence.......... C.E. Cheek..............|R. E. Prince--------Fuquay Springs
66-358
WakeGlt
963

50.000

25,100

418,040

20,000

13,000

160,000

Abel Warren--------W. T. McLean------Garland______ 509 Bank of Garland............ -t§’26 J. J. Stafford.
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
$100 par 100 66-615
Sampson J15
Garner________476 Garner Banking & Trust Co.. (Closed for liquidati on July 11,1931)
Wake Fit
Garysburg------ 284 Merchants & Farmers Bank J. B. Collier____ R. E. Brown---------J. W. Brown.--------d®t 07
Northampton 018 6% par 50 66-359

15,000

500

24,570

4,000

32,880

1,710

15,000

11,200

32,630

10.760

45,410

4,570

76,870

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST COMPANY, Winston Salem. N. C.


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7.000

19,500 Citiz. N., Emporia, Va.

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NORTH CAROLINA—Continued
Town and Countt.
‘County Seats.
In No. 5 F. R. D.
C is Charlotte Br.
•Gastonia...17.093
G Gaston H4

1.
h

66-129

d®T»rC 5

'FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
66-127

’9

Gaston Loan & Trust Co____

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass't Cashier.

A. 6. MYERS....... C. C. ARMSTRONG... ALLEN H. SIMS-------- 48®*-JNO. R. RANKIN
MARIE S. HUNTER
SEND US Y OUR“QASTO NIA” BUSIN ESS DIRECT

'CITIZENS
NATIONAL BANK
,165-10%
par 100

President.

(1 H. SEP ARK,

RAY—- --------s i noniNcnu

ch. !• H.

T.
i

R N AYCOc'k
Act. V. P.

B. CARPENTER—
Ircrmptuy
k* ip • ftvkiinkTVrT

•Gatesvllle
320 Sank of Gates____ d®t|’c
Gates C21
1120-6%
66-360

par 100
Germanton ...121 Bank of Stokes County_____

Stokes D8

Gibson............. 417
Scotland J10
1210-10%

Carolina State Bank

Glbsonrllle.. .1605
Guilford Dll
par 50

560.661

32.130 1,024,070 1.005.790

2,131,500

029,300

512.400

370,180 Chase N., N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr.
Co., Winston-Salem.

(Closed December 15 . 1930)
(Branch of Charlo tie, N. C .)________

Citz. N. and 1st N.. Gastonia.

Mgr.
(Closed December 15

.

1930)

R. N. Aycock______

A. H. Sims.

Sec. and Tr.

Lycurgus Hofler,

A. P. Godwin______ L. C. Hand................. J. L. Hofler. Jr—...
W. T. Cross, V. P. D. G. Cowper

Ch. of Bd, and Pres. T. L. Carter
(Closed November 18

A* Da UWvO....M..

•Goldsboro. 14,985
Wayne H16

.

50.000

16.790

178,450

64,240

258,570

10,300

19,490

21.130 i

of Nansemond, Suffolk: Wachovia Bk.
& Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

1930)
15,000

30.000

248.000

129,000

27.000

22.000

115,000 (

Tr. Co., Wil.; Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte;
Com’l N., Raleigh.

J. V. Dick__________ Lessie Wagoner...

1..........................................

& TRUST CO.
66-838

$ 560.6011 S 481.111 $21127311 $1000 170 $25601111 $ 041.9711$ 376,0411 $ 598,290 Chern. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N.,
Phil.; 1st & Merch. N.,Blch.; Am.
Tr. Co., Charlotte.

(Closed December 20 . 1930)

66-362

| We handle eolle

©T*t!

Goldsboro Sav. <fc Tr. Co...

Principal Correspondents

Send us you r Collections , Bill of Ladin g Drafts and
(.all Busines s direct and receive prom pt attention.

N. T. Fletcher.... Jas. G. Pate............... N. T. Fletcher.___ Allie W. Joyce..........

66-36*1

iu

)
0

J. E. Willson, Jr,,

(Members indicated by a*)

rur

Liabilities.
II
Resources.
i
Other
SUBPLUe
Lohi
Bondi
Can ft Ex­
Depos­ Liabili­
Mibcel- changes
•ad
•ad
AND
,Dui
,
LANEOUB
its
Ducouatii Suuritiia
from Banks
ties
Profits

Prompt personal! Mention given to dra its drawn on the Co tton Mills of this
section and remit ted for promptly dir ect to your northern or eastern corre(spondent on date of Payment at lowe st rates.
pq q|L«c$

(Industrial Bank)
Peoples Bank__________

Paid-xjp
Capital

^uiume.

(Closed December 20

H. V.
ctions carefully

MODLIN...............

10,000

8,780

101,350

11.500

105,170

189,390

430

221.120

44,120

2,000

210.500 2,547,100

344,020

1.313.361

073.300

070,730

10,040

16,420 ]

(Branch of Wilso n. N. C.)

and remit prom ptly.

1930)

Hood System Industrial Bk. D. C. Humphrey.
$35-8% par 25 66-819 ®t5’24 Ch. of Bd. and Pres. R. H. Stevens.......... W. M. Thompson.. Paul B. Talton ___
W. M. Thompson
(Industrial Bank)

50.000

47,040

19,620

National Bank of Goldsboro .. (Closed December 20
1930)

WAYNE
NATIONAL BANK

1160-8%

par 100

86-122 d|®T«t'72

W. E. STROUD........... W. E. STROUI......... itw—
E. Y. COX. Tr. Off.
325.000
“SEND US YOUR ‘GOLDSBORO’ ITEMS DIRECT.”

478,310 <

(
I
Richmond

i

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST CO., Winston-Salem, N. C

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

LARGEST BANK IN
THE CAROLINAS

WE COLLECT DIRECT AND
SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

1234

Number under Name of Bank Is (he New Transit Number glren
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNaily Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass'n.

Town and County.

Resources.
Liabilities.
Loam
Bond*
Miscel­
Depos­ Other
Paid-up Surplus
•ad
and
Liabili­
AND
its
Capital Profits
Biasouat* Saeuriti** laneous
ties

•Mem. A. B. A. «New §St*te fPrit.

^County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In No. 5 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
C is Charlotte Br. d-SafeDep.®SaT.$Last8ale%DiT.

Vice-President.

president.

Ass t Cashier.

Cashier.

Goldston____ 312 Bank of Goldston___ _»tl'13 Hugh Womble___ T. W. Goldston.__ T. W. Goldston.... M. E. Hilliard..
Chatham Fll
175-12%
66-527
W. G. Goldston
‘Graham___ 2972 Citizens Bank—®Ttl’06 W. J. Nicks_____
Alamance E10 *55-6% parSO 66-181
National Bank of Alamance J. H. White_____
*7S-8% por 50 66-182dB@T»t’07
Granite Falls.2147 Bank of Granite_______ ti'06 W. E. Poovey—
C Caldwell E4
*150
66-363
;’"1 •’ ' " '•
Granite Quarry Farmers & Merchants Bank J. B. McCombs.
C Rowan F7 507
66-364 d®*t$’23
‘Greensboro 53,569 Greensboro Bank <fc Trust Co (See United Bank &
Guilford DIO
Greensboro Joint Stock Land J. E. Latham,
lioo-8% Bk...66-782.............’22 Ch, of Bd. and Pres.
Home Industrial Bank.®§’30 Claude Riser____
*12.50 .
66-858
Morris Plan Bank___®t§’16 W. A. Hewitt___
*170-12% par 100 66-802

$ 15.000 $
10,000

W. B. Green,- - - - - - J, S. Cook. Sec.—
H. W. Scott_____ Chas. A. Scott___ W. E. Bason—
W. H. Farrell
Chas. A. Scott
W. M. Moore------- E. E. Moore........... C. G. Moore-----T. 1£. Byrd —------ J. E. Fisher_____ E. W. Poole______

(Formerly Morris Plan
Industrial Bank)

L. H. Sellars____ C. E. Fleming,

See. and Tr,

Mabel Straughan.

rj-jf
CfSaiV’! »•««•«! '

Pirsez ns?

*

r

74,100

7.000 $ 15,000 $

15,000 S 170,000 $
■

3,210

; :

69,500

6,000

5,560

195,870

29,960

correspondents.

23,000 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co. and State-Plan. Bk,
& Tr. Co., Rich.
•>
11.000 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Wachovia
Bk.& Tr. Co., Raleigh.
187,120 State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co. Rich.; 1st N„
Durham.
31.460 Am. N.. Rich.; 1st N„ Hickory; Bk. of
Lenoir, Lenoir.

100,000

42,360

713,780

100,000

543,110

25,000

8,230

131,270

680

128,210

5.510

10.000

5,010

113,740

101.170

2,520

25,060 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

250,000

120,700

348,170

180,550 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co„ N. Y.; Am. Tr. Co.,
Charlotte.
4,270 Greensboro Bk. & Tr. Co., Greensboro.

23,530

4,660,870 4,479,310

100,000

58,470 1,163,830

2,500,000 1,747,880 32 066 580

6.510
54,420

37,030 1,234,220

70,690 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: N. C. Bk. & Tr.
Co., and United Bk. & Tr. Co., Greens­
boro.

Bank & Trust Co._New York
539,120 22 338100 4,360,240 4,031200 5,614,030 Chemical
Chase National Bank____________NewYork

GENERAL OFFICERS—GREENSRORO
______ Treas,

'.JR*. -Tr.Off. and A. Sec.
[GAN —.................TV. Inv. Off.
£8____________ Aes<, Tr. Off.
ITLETT Director Pub. Relations
[ONES............ —-......... .Asst. Sec.
S’ L

66-55 d®T*t§I812
•7* >

4,750

$ 175,000 0

A. Sec. and A. Tr. (Territor y of Nort h Caroli no and T ISIWIIM
401,790
31,510 168,670 112,380
100,000

G. L. Stansbury__ J. M. Barnhill___ V. W. Stout_____
C. C. Wimbish
Waldo Porter, Exec, J. B. Carpenter ... L. E. Tremain—
W. M. Ridenhour

ANGUS W. [CLEAN____ Ch, of Gen’l Boardl W. Y. PREYER—-..........v- Ch. Ex. Comm.
___ V. Ch. of Gen’l BoardI W.S.RYLAND---------------------------President
____ Ch. Executive Comm
1.1. GRAINGER____ Exec. Vice President

NORTH CAROLINA MM!
BANK AND TRUST
GO.

10,000

Principal

Trust Co.)

, EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

QSHlOi’,'

-Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed AcCes.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

—Continued

NORTH

WE KNOW THE CAROL I NAS.

a

AVERAGE AGE OF UNITS IS 36 YEARS.

CENTRAL OFFICERS—GREENSRORO

R. G. VAUGHN__________ Vice President N. L. CLARK-------- -------------Asst. Cashier
E. C. McLEAN--__ —____ Vice President G. W. COVINGTON- ———Asst. Cashier
I. F. PEEBLES----------------- .Asst. Cashier

Guaranty Trust Co._____________ NewYork
National City Bank_____________ NewYork
Bankers Trust Co._______________ NewYork
Central Hanover Bank & Trust Co.
New York
Continental Illinois Bank & Trust Co.
Chicago
First National Bank______ Baltimore
Philadelphia National Bank
Philadelphia
State-Planters Bank & Trust Co.
Richmond
First & Merchants National Bank
Richmond

OFFICES
South Greensboro Office: (66-844) D. F. SILER. Manager.
Textile Office: (66-60) J. S. OSBORNE. Asst. Cashier.
North Carolina Industrial Bk E. G. Michaels____
*11.88 par 10 66-828
®tS’3C ( Washington Squar
-! D. M. Morris, Vi
(Elm St. Unit: F.

’UNITED

J. W. Poole______
e. Unit: W. Y. Prey
ce-Pres., J. C. Strick
N. Taylor. Ch. of B

tvmrdp S.'S'. ALLEN
Exec. V, P.

V. P. and Tr.Off.

66-54 d|®T<l'99

par 100

Greensboro Bank d
Trust Co.)

or ; i

^ . J®'

75,450

1,000.000
’

528,680 5,862,110

849,730 5,315,210 1,072,230

J

Special attention given to drafts with bills of ’ lading
attached. North Carolina Items handled direct and
remittances made on day they are collected.

•

(66-851 ) North’

Elm St. Office' - •

R.; I. Moore. See. . W. J. Halladay,
Greensboro Clearing House R.G.Vauein--—
'
Mgr.
'/ ' /
V ' ! ■
_____
-Ui. ——
a
J.
C. Hedgpeth*
{Members;of
Prl
Mgr.
J. S. BACHE & COMPANY
i. ; ££ • *?
(100 H West Market St.)
nclpal Stock Exc hange*.
liFf
Associat ed with G reensboro Bank <£ Trust Co
D R VINSON
r.l AlinF KISFR .
rc r nnvFR

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48,430

56,430 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. C. Bk. &Tr.
Co.. Greensboro.

PAUL BARRETT— W.NUyDENHOUR. R.S. TRAVIS, Jr— C. L. ABERR.D. DOUGLAS,

*150-8%

----T—rr----------- f-‘24,530 2,524,050 474,920 3,343,210
500.000
(Cert, of Inv.)
er, Ch. of Bd.; R. R. King, Jr., Vice Ch.;
land. Cash.; W. M. Transou, A. Cash.;
ter
d.; J. A. McLennon Vice Ch.; D. F. Sil er. Cash

Sec. Tr.

- ...

1C

"r~-

_

205,650 1,047,370 Chase N. and Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
N. Y.; Am- Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.; Phil.
N., Phil.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Winston Salem; 1st N., Balt., and
Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

_______

_____
J. S. Bache & Co., N, Y.

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Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given

1 Oqc

to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’

Town and Countt.
‘County Seats.
In No. 5. F. It. D.
C is Charlotte Br.

r.

Liabilities.

'd

PRESIDENT.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

F.

•Greenville ...9194
Pitt G18

fE. 6. FLANAGAN. E. B. HIGGS--—— J. H. WALDROP-____
I Ch. of Bd. & Pres. W. N. WOOLARD.

Exec.
| SEND US Y OUR GREEN VILLE ITEM
(.Special att
•ntion given Bill of Ladin

TRUST GO.
11504%
par 100

68-152

MHIOWELL

W. H. Woolard___ W. E. Hooker.__
5 J. Key Brown. Ch. B. B. Sugg

Paid-si Surplus
and
Gapitai
Profits
$ 187,5011$

Resources.
Other
Liabili­

Depos­
its

ties

84,810 $1,826,371 $

Loan*
and
Diacouat

Bonds
and
Becuritie

Cash k JExMiscel­ obaroi
S'Dub
laneous pkoh Banks

8,780 $ 850,531 $ 677,791 $

(Dickins on Avenu e Branch

66-849.

h and Time Items

W. C. Braswell.__ Helen F. Braswell

60.00C

20,160

e

112,550

25,610

179,830

3,500

Principal Correspondents.

09,090 $ 501,050 Bkrs. Tr. Co. and Gty. Tr. Co., N.T.;

B. F. PA1 RICK, Ca shier)

S DIRECT.

d®TM01l

(Industrial Bank)

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

13,080

Norfolk N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts,
Norfolk; State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Rich.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Wins­
ton-Salem; N. Carolina Bk. & Tr.
Co., Greensboro; Am. Tr. Co., Char­
lotte.

21,910 Norfolk N. Bk. of Com. & Tr.. Norfolk;

Greenville Bkg. & Tr. Co., Greenville.

National Bank of Greenville„_ (Closed December 10 , 1930)

nState Bank & Trust Co.
$ioo

66-153

dB®T

1

B. B. Sugg________ C. W. Harvey_____ John Mitchell...

100,006

Bk. of N. Y. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; State Plan.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.; Am. Tr. Co., Char
lotte; Page Tr. Co., Raleigh.

25,000

Grlfton_______ 403 Bank of Grifton____________ (Closed May 5, 1931 )
Pitt H18
Grlme8land__ 377
10%
66-570
Pitt F19
Grover________435 Bank of Grover__
C Cleveland H3 $50 par 50 66-366
•Halifax______ 321
8%
Halifax C17

66-367

Hamilton__ _508 Bank o
par so
Martin E19
Hamlet_____ 4801 PAGE
20%
Richmond J10

(Grimesl and Bra nch of Or eenville,

amilton

C. F. Harry_______ J. G. White............ J. B. Ellis ___

10,000

380

76,800

Quentin Gregory.. S. M. Gary...—... F. H. Gregory_____

50,000

33,020

417,800

15,000

6,100

65,660

R. W. Salsbury,

66-368

Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

F. L. Gladstone ... F. L. Haislip_____

7,430

1,010

N. C.)..

Greenville Bkg. & Tr. Co., Greenville;
State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.

70,940

100

5,000

18,580 Citiz. N., Gastonia; Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

216,860

88,040

17,990

177,960 Chase N.. N. Y.; Am. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.;

7,120

34,030 Am.Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.; Wachovia Bk. &

N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh; Seab. Citiz.
N„ Norfolk.

46,680

Tr. Co.. Win.-Sal.; Coml. N„ Raleigh.

TRUST COMPANY

J. C. Leigh_______

---- dB®T»tST0
if.
66-580

400.000

195,650 4,988,020

3,824,950

(Includes Reserves )

742,590

100,780

915,350 Chase N.. N. Y.

(Branch of Ralei gh,N. C ar.)

Harmoi

Harmony___ 337
C Iredell E6

$100

Banking

Harrellsvllle... 159 Bank of
par 50
Hertford C21

irrellsvi;

Haw Hirer___ 1225 Bank ol
$100-5%
Alamance Ell
par 100

iw Rive
66-494

•Hayesvllle___305 Clay Co
par 100
C Clay Q3

66-370

•Henderson.. .6345
Vance C15

F. B. Gaither........... P. C. Jurney__ ___ C. S. Atbia

66-721

J. O. Askew. Jr.,

66-525

R. H. Lankford ...

10.200

1.100

42,700

H. H. Taylor_____ E, D. Call is_______

20,900

2,000

83,640

J. A. Long________

10.000

10,080

82,300

S. J. Bristol........... R. E. Crawford ...

15,400

6,020

14,480

Ch, of Bd, and Pres. M. R. Taylor
S. A. Vest____

..

R. L. Anderson.

Ch. of Bd, and Pres.

f:fcllfflr-R«[UrfcMk;

'CITIZENS RANK
& TRUST COMPANY
$00-12% par 100 66-141

A.Cash. and Sec, Tr. Off. and Mgr.
Ins. Dept.
Gen. Counsel

PERRY & KITTREL,

.

250,000

'FIRST NATIONAL
RANK «®*siis

6%

par 100

HENRY PERRY -

R. C. GARY- - - - - - - - - F. B. ROBARDS- - - - - - J. C. GARDNER,

!«>•?>-

%.9P.

200,000

M. W. Wester,

Cash. and Sec.

50,000

Henderson Clearing House W. A. Hunt_____ F. B. Robards___ R. C. Gary,
(Members indicated by a *)

V»

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44,870

•

6,700

See. and Tr.

7,220

23,080

77,960

5,170

1,100

18,140 1st N., Durham.

45,550

1,600

7,680

25,930

1,689,510

60,100

86,290

636,200

260,950

204,350

150,280

2,000

10,000

926,410

199,180

747,920

25,000

187,000

10,000

260,000

mJK & 1 RUST CO.,

Winston-Salem.

. AA~ -

ah

N

sab.-Citiz. N., Norfolk; V
Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

100

37,910

■J* • v :• 4 ^

Com’l N.. Statesville.

94,340

COLLECTION S SOLICITED.
On ly National Bank In Vance Conn ty.

Industrial Bank of Hender­ J. T. Cheatham,
R. G. S. Davis___
son____ 66-860____ d®t§’23 Ch, of Bd.and Pres, S. R. Watson

$115-8% par 100

18,210

6,100

(Incl.
Reserves)

We rnmit direct for Henderson items at reasonable rates
dB®T*t§’8
THE LEADING BANK OF THIS SECTION.

66-142

319,370 (1,908,730

41,200

ihase N., N. Y.; Wachovii
Asheville.

N.. Phil.; Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte;
1st & Merch. N., Rich.

Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh.

Citiz. Bk. &Tr. Co.andlst N.,Henderson.

W25: •

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THE CAROLINAS

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Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
t° each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers'
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Liabilities.
Surplus Depos­

Town and County. oMem.A.B.A.»New JState tPriv.
‘County Seats. tMem. State B. Ais’n. [Estab.
In No. 5 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res. Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
C is Charlotte Br. d-SafeDep.©Sar.$LastSale%01r.

•Hendersonville

C Henderson PS 5070

Vice-President.

President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (.In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued
Asst,

CASHIER.

cashier.

Paid-dp
AND
Capital Propits

its

Resources.
Lotu

Othib

Liabili­
ties

ud

Bondi
ud

Principal Correspondents.

Miscel­

laneous
DucounW Bseuritiw

Carr k lxCHAiaB8,Dtri
prom Baku

American Bank & Trust Co... (Closed November 20 , 1930 for liquidation

__ (Closed November 20 . 1930)
tfc Trust Company (Closed November 20 . 1930)

Citizens National Bank..
First Bank

State Trust Co............ ®T§’30 R. C. Clarke.__
Jioo
66-865

•Hertford___ 1914 Hertford Banking Co.
Perquimans D22

Hickory_____ 7363

C

Catawba F4

1275-12%
par 100

66-572 d®T«tl'01

E. E. Lott

T. S. White........... J. c: Beauchard-.-. R. M. Riddick.Jr.. Wm. H. Hardcastle

FIRST NATIONAL BAHK-«i9i K. C. MENZIES- - - - - *215-10%

E. A. Smyth.
C. E. Brooks

66-162

S:f.«. . .

E. C. Menzies_____ C. H. Geitner____
First Security Trust Co.
10% par 25 66-641 dB®Ttl'l9
J. J. Willard
Hickory Industrial Bank..’25 G. R. Wootten .... G. L. Lyerly—
A. B. Hutton

J. L.CILLEY- - - - - - -

MIS...

E. N. Carr. Tr----- J. L.Cilley, See-----H. G. Stephens.
Tr. off,
E. L. Fox-------------

Highlands___ 443 Highlands Bank____ d®t§'23 J. Q. Pierson_____ A. G. Edwards........ C. J. Anderson ___ W. H. Cobb.

C Macon Q5

*115-6% par 100

High Point. 36.745

1,840

25.000

55.330

400.000

305,490

100,000

$

388,790

15,000

61,300 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Norfolk
N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts. Norfolk; 1st &
Citiz.N.. Elizabeth City.

321,850

129,900

565,540 Chase N.. N. Y.: 1st & Merch. N„ Rich.;
Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte.

142,970

96,840

63,700

224,930

27,200

720

79,820

422,610

,206,850

250,000

2.145,040

103,190

128,880

5,970

50.000

22.180

150,810
Inv.Cert.

40,130

15.000

3.410

65,190

389,300 $

$ 208,590 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.: Am. Tr. Co..
Charlotte; Wachovia Bk. &Tr. Co.. Ashe­
ville.

27,840 S 184,190

50,540 S

5,500

58,330

R. R. Ragan.

W. R. Morrow .—

High Point Sav. ft Tr. Co.
J. El wood Cox.
*90-20%
66-68
d©Ttl’05
par 25

Died Peacock.

E. L. Ragan_______H. N. Williard —

L. W. Flythe___

100.000

50,000

25.000

66,180

726,470

100,000

26,840

274,100
Inv.Cert.

6

'MKSUm {C-4K;

Local Bd.

66-69

;wE$c0TT».

WACHOVIA BARK & TRUST
COMPANY 86-67..♦..•t§’04
Orange D12

19,780 Chase N„ N. V.; S. C. N„ Greenville. S. C.

795,511 1,499,419 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.............. Chicago

First National Bank__________ Atlanta
First & Merchants National Bank
Richmond
Market Street N. Bk.......... Philadelphia
First National Bank_____ Philadelphia
Baltimore Trust Company..Baltimore
Fifth Third Union Tr. Co...Cincinnati

66-66

High Point Morris Plan Bank D. A. Stanton
8%
66-71
®t§’16
(Industrial Bank)

Hood System Industrial
R. R. Ragan--------- C. L. Amos---------- M. H. Folger—
W. L. Jackson
Bank____ 66-72____ ©tl’26
%
(Industrial Bank)

•Hillsboro.

10,260

Chemical Bank & Trust Co..New York

1.8M.M8 1,117,438 8,199,838 1,512,838 8.434,838 1,879,358

Send us your collections on North Carolina.
Direct Routing of Items a Specialty.

*225-12%
par 220

34,530 1st & Merch. N„ Rich.; 1st N.. Hickory

66-778

COMMERCIAL J. ELW00D COXNATIONAL,
BANK @T.r„

Quilford E9

30,000

T. W. STEED- - - - - -

WILLIS JOHNSON.

2.580,880 1.747,888

41.680

596,480

9,700

416,020

13,560

„

Vice Ch. Cash, and A. Sec,

S. C. KI HUMAN -—
R. A. McPHEETERS.

2,500,000 2,308,680 (Branch of Winst on-Salem

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; State
Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.

N. C.)

Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Wachovia Bk.
& Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem.

A. Tr, Off.

,TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK ING BUSINESS WE SOLICIT
I
TOUR COL LECTIONS. YO U WILL BE PLEA SED WITH
“WACHOVIA” SERVICE.

1232 Bank of Orange........ ©«t|'04 J. S. Spurgeon..
*75-12% par so 66-373
Farmers & Merchants Bank J. R. Eenion....
*190-10%
66-554
©+S’14

J. C. Webb_______ P. C. Collins______L.M. Lockhart...

25.000

32,760

247,470

W. R. Roberts------ S. A. Johnson..
W. H. Walker

15.000

28,100

251.580

6,780

225,120

38,000

195,870

48,690

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST COMPANY, Winston Salem, N. C —


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13,040 N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Com'l N„ and Wach­
ovia Bk. & Tr. Co.. High Point.

__

(Unit of Greens boro, N. C.)

WE KNOW THE CAROLIN AS
AVERAGE AGE OF UNITS IS 36 YEARS.

0. E. KEARNS. ^ W.C.IR0L,

211,470 Corn ! N„ High Point.

42,120 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Fid. N..
Denham.
6,900

49.990 Balt. Tr. Co.. Balt.; 1st N„ Durham.

the largest bank in the carolinas

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Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued
¥.
^

in No. 5F.lt. D.
C is Charlotte Br.
tlobbsvllle..
Gates C21

par 100
llobgood____ 557 Bank of Hobgool..

Casrieb.

Ass’t Cashier.

par 100

‘Jackson____ 677
Northampton C19 *100 8%

J 21.400 t

66-380

uk of Onslow........
*015-12% par 100 66-286

W. T. Davis_____

8 J. R. McCurdy ___ J. W. Monteith___ G. J. Whitener.__ J. C Mayberry____
J. W. Amen

20.000

10,640

67.700

4 E. W. Lewis........... E. S. Bowers_____ W. C. Lassiter___

15.000

19,910

160.800

4 J. W. Rurtnn

W, D. Sablston___ G. H. Bender.
S. S. Ambrose

R. C. Warlick____
Jas, C. Collins

Kannapolis ..7050
C Cabarrus G7

____ ____________

ABARRUS BANK &
CO.......... 66-382___ 6

Georpe V. Fulp__ S. G. Ring............

66-248

par 100
King________ 230 Bank of Stokes County.
Stokes C8
Kings Mountain
66-201
C Cleveland H 5632 par 100

D. M. Baker_____ J. S. Maunev
F. R. Summers, Ch. R. L. Mauney

25.000

87,650

32,010

309,390

336,860

B. A. Fisher........... (Branch of Conco rd.N.C.)

E. G. Narron _ _

nr*ir- ■ ■

11.010

84,440

146,630

15,230
18,300

9,670 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N.Y.; Independ­
ence Tr. Co., Charlotte.

8.020

22,770 '

W.W. Fnln

9,000

23,770

280,490

310.510

20,000

W. H. McGinnis...

55,800

29.970

10,470

79,280 (

35,830

Tr. Co.. Wil.

41.330 1 st & Merch. N.. Rich.; 1st N.. Bristol
Bk. of No. Wilkesboro, No. Wilkesboro
i lent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Am. Tr.
Co.. Charlotte.

(Branch of Wilso n.N. C. \

22,010

100.000

(---------------------C. A. KRAMER_____
1 We handle colle ctlons carefully a nd remit prompt
iy.

& TRUST CO.
66-108

6.150i S 35,700 Am. Bk. & Tr., Suffolk: 1st & Mereh. N..
Rich.; Norf. N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts.
Norf.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Win.-Sal.

Wachovia Bank & Tr. Co., Asheville.

361,010

(Closed November 18 , 1930)

‘Kinston__ 11,362
Lenoir H18

Fanners

20.000

W. B- Beaver,

Cashier and Mgr.

66-840
*300-16%

30,600i S

Norfolk N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts. Nor­
folk; N. Bk. of Suffolk, Suffolk.

W. H. Worth____ T. K. Miller_____ W. E. Johnson___ Jos. Worth.

Kernersvllle..l754
Forsyth D8

6,770 $ 122 50C1 $

(Branch of Mars hall, N, C.)------

‘Jefferson___ 296 Bank of Ashe____ d(
*250-12% par 100 56-2 98
C Ashe C3

Kenly_______ 965
Johnston F15

10,870 $ 155,910• S

Principal Correspondents.

. (Closed April 2, 192 1)

5----------------------------- —

66-379

*125-6%

Paid-op Surplus
and
Capital
Profits

Resources.
i
ther
Loan*
Bond*
Caib k IxDepos­ LOiabili
Miscel­ CHAHOM.D
•nd
­
•nd
u*
its
Diaoountli S*curiti*r laneous rmoii Baku
ties

. (Closed December 8. 1930)

Halifax E18
llookerton ___307 Pinetops Banking Co.
Greene H17
llot Springs.. 637 Citizens Bank______
66-378
C Madison M7

‘Jacksonville.. 783
Onslow J19

Vice-President.

1 C. B. Hathaway ... W. J. Rountree.... W. M Hollowell ..
T. W. Blanchard

66-374

*125-6%

For Im

Liabilities

V.

163

Huntersville . 800
C Meckl'nb’rgG6

President.

volume.

62,810

0*?n i GO

41,030

2,580

iu

‘- 1

Phenix N. Bk. & Tr.. N. Y.; Cent. N..
Rich.; Com! N„ Raleigh.
60,610 I I. City. N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Winston-Salem; N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Greensboro.

56,100

32,760

N., N. Y.; Merch. & Far.N.. Charlotte.
(
102,160 Chase

of Wilso n, N. C.)

______ (
Co.. Rich.; Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte; Br.
Bkg.&Tr. Co., Wilson.

§'3

-

Merchants Bank. (Closed April 30, 19 31)

First National Bank................

(Closed April 21, 19 31)

National Bank of Kinston___ ^Closed April 21, 19 31)

"North Carolina Bank &

L. H. Harvey.

G. C. Hunter,

2,500.000 1,747,880 (Unit of Greensbo ro, N. C. )

L. A. Doub______

(Branch of Wen dell, N, C.) .....

Cash, and Mgr.

Knlglitdale__ 243 Bank of Wendell... d©ii’21
Wake F14
66-757
La Grange__ 1500
Lenoir H17
par 100

66-260

J. C. Rasberry___ Jos. B. Whitfield.. Jos, B, Whitfield.. Sadie H. Stanton..

Landis_____ 1388 Merch. & Farmers Bank
O. L. Linn
C Rowan G6
8%
66-484
®t5’ll
Lattlmore__ 270 Union Trust Company©Ti§'22
C Cleveland H3
66-766
Laurel Hill__ 36fi Rink ot Laurel Hill d©«:§’20 l n McDonald,
Scotland .110
66-742
1 Ch.of Bd.and Pres.

O. R. Black______ P. M. Shulenberger R. L. Deal_______
L. V. Lee________

S. C. Harrill_____

,\. Blue__________ R. M. Calhoun___ M. E. Hargrave.__
]Edwin Pate

25,000

390

76,650

20,000

6,500

135,000

68.360

1,450

22.240

149,000

30.000

7,930

125,700

7,500

dell.

25,220 »Jorfolk N. Bk. of Com. & Tri
N.Bk. of Kinston, Kinston.
30,000 C

Branch of Shelb V, N. C. )............

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST CO.. Winston-Salem. N. C

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15.220

Lr

-----------G
94,730

25,550

14,750

36,090 G
1st & Merch. N., Rich.

LARGEST BANK IN
THE CAROLINAS

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SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Tmmlt Number given
i non to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Band-McNally Bankers
1238 Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass n.
Town and county.
•Connty Seats.
In No. 5 F. R. D.
C is Charlotte Br.

•Mem.A.B.A.«New § State TPriv.
tMem. SUte B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Dlv.

President.

Vice-President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back of thls
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

Principal Correspondents.

Resources.
Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Loan*
Bond*
Surplus Dbpos- Other
Miscel­
ud
and
Pa.id-op
Liabili­
and
ITS
Discount! Soouriti.ii laneous
Capital Profits
ties

c.«b a ixohahom.Dub
vbom

Bm*

(Suspended business December 17, 1930)

•Laurlnburg ..3312 First National Bank____
Scotland Jll

(Closed December 17 , 1930)

Scotland County Sav. Bk. .

THE

fJAS. L. MCNAIR— Z. V. PATE----J. T. MCNAIR. JR.

STATE BANK

J. T. MYERS-—

j. L.PAYL0R

T.l SUP

$ 100.000 I 298,810 $1237770 $ 363,050 $1110010 $ 549,180 $
JR.

“Send Us Tour Laurlnburg Item s direct.”
Collections, Bll I of Lading draft s, Cash and Tim e‘ Items remitted
66-192 d®«t§'07 lfor on day of p ayment.
Jno. F. Carpenter. (Branch of Shelb V, N. C.)
Lawndale___ 728 Union Trust Co............ Tt§’22
Mgr
68-768
C Cleveland G3
11,010 266,500
40.000
J. Mitchell______
A.
E.
Millner------Leaksvllle
1814 First National Bank—-t’08 S. L. Martin_____ W. D. Carter........
66 251
491.460
19,410
Rockingham CIO
100.000
C.
0.
Campbell.
B.
E.
Ivie-----------Leaksville Bank & Trust Co. P. H. Gwynn____ T. H. Barker------Cash. Bltd. Br.
Mrs. L. W. Clark,
*110-6%
66-561
d®Tt§’14 E. D. Pitcher, Ch. H. C. Pace
V. P.
Wm. Stevenson
par 100
64,650
18,690
20,000
Leicester___ 210 Bank of Leicester .......... §'17 O. M. Clark............. J. F. Hall............... L. E. Allman.........
B. A. Patton. Ch.
66-614
C Buncombe 07
100.000 187.800 ’882,980
). H. BEALL_ _ _ _ _ _ 6. F. HARPER-- - - - - - - - A. G. FOARD- - - - - - - - - E. S. HARRIS- - - - - - - •Lenoir ........ 6532
C Caldwell E3
*330-12%
66-166 d®T«t§'93 LONG EXPERIENCE—MODERN METHODS.

50,860 $ 294,590 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. Carolina Bk. &
Tr. Co.. Wilmington: State-Plan. Bk.
& Tr. Co.. Rich.: Am.Tr. Co.. Charlotte;
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.. Win.-Sal.

*140-16% par 60

26,400

129,510

131,850

13.220

69,320

28,430

468,960

26,590

62,820

80,940

2,080

71,090

16,500

3,050

14,790

126,500

919,050

62,500

309.230 Chase N....................................... New York
First & Merch. Natl. Bk------Richmond
American Trust Company...Charlotte
Philadelphia Nat. Bank ..Philadelphia

128,510 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Am. Tr.
Co.. Charlotte.

BANK OF LENOIR

Immediate returns and lowest rates on collections.

par 100

50.000

Lenoir Industrial Bk., Inc. A. G. Foard---------- H. E. Merritt------- W.T. Carpenter----S. S. Jennings
§’29

UNION
NATIONAL BANK
*110 par 100 66-167

F. H. COFFEY.

dB®*t’31

Ch.of Bd.and Pres.

150.000

49,750

430,130

81,700

404,040

28,120

60,000

N. B. Modlin------- W. B. Joyner------

28.400

19.950

105.660

3.850

114,540

12.000

640

A. MC CRARY---'. 0. BURGIN.

140,000

121,990 1,520,270

0,500 1,148,050

340,970

72,950

229 790 N. City, N. Y.: 1st and Merch. N., Rich.;
N. Carolina Bk. & Tr. Co.. Greensboro;
Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte; Wachovia Bk. &
Tr. Co., Win.-Salem.

98.000

139,420 1.033,590

7,120

708,990

404,520

12,390

152,230

Chase N., N. Y.; Com’l N.. High Point.

3,270

266,080

2.160

149,070

Bk. of Lexington, Lexington.

100,780

915,350

Bk. of N. Y. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

41,440

J. H. SQUIRES- - - - - - - L. A. DYSART............................
^

On collections we give personal service.
Prompt returns at low rates.
ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN THE COUNTY.

(Reorganization of First
National Bank) '

Jesse Parker
N. Peele,
Lewiston____ 412 Bank of Lewiston____ dti’09 Thos.
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
par 100
00—384
Bertie D19
•Lexington ...9652
Davidson E7

BANK
OF LEXINGTON

rj. V. M0FFITT—- L. M. GRIMES-----

6. A. M0UKTCASTLE.

Tr. Officer

Collections, Bl II of Lading Dra fts, Cash and T1 me Items given
Lprompt attentl on and remitted for on day of pay menfc THY US.

io%

66-143 d®T»t§'88
J. H. Greer--------- B. C. Philpott------ James Adderton.
Commercial ft Sav. Bank
*170-14%
66-145
®t§’07
W. P. Bain------Industrial Bank of Lexing­ W. O. Burgin____ J. V. Moffltt—
L. M. Grimes
ton....... 66-835.....d®t§’28

J. S. Delapp—.
Elizabeth Hutchins

40.000

18.320

355,710

10%

Liberty______ 873
- Randolph Ell

400.000

B. M. Brower .—

PAGE TRUST CO.......®«t§ 03

66-385
LllesvIIle........... 496 Bank of Lilesville__________ (Closed December 9, 1930)
Anson J9
Miss Effle Davis...
•Llllington ___ 752 Bank of Lillington...®«il'03 D. H. Senter------ J. W. Halford----- H. T. Spears____
*150-12 M% par 100 66-292
Harnett G13
•Llncolnton ..3781
C Lincoln G3

FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
RR-18A

;\cBfiso M. H. CLINE-- - - - - - Send us your co i££ftt < rafts and cheeks.
Remittances m ade promptly on New York less 1- 10 of 1% Charges
D. E. RHYNE- - - - - - -

15.000

100.000

17,030

(Branch

190,270

168,800 1.176.480

Winston Salem,

742.590

3,824,950

195,650 4,988,020

(Incl,
Reserves)

35,300

15,640

58,000 1,083,930

88,120

40,430

N. C.

28,470

Chase N„ N. Y.; Scab. Citz. N„ Norfolk.

of Raleig h, N. C.)

150,960

21,040

it'03

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Chase N„ N. Y.; Plan. N„ Rich.; Am. Tr.
Co.. Charlotte.
„ „ _ .
Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.: StatePlan. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.; Wachovia
Bk. &Tr. Co.. Win.-Sal.
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Asheville.

Chase N.. N. Y.: Com'l N., Raleigh; StatePlan. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.

284 800 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Gty. Tr.
Co., N. Y.; Am. Tr. Co., Char.

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Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
19QQ J®.
banl® in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNaUy Bankers'
.1407 Directory, under tbe authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and Coontt. •Mem.A.B.A.^New JStsteTPriv
•County Seats.
In No. 5 F. R. D.
Br.

(Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
[|-S6feDep.®SaT.$LastSale%DIv.

C is Charlotte

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (Indexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.
Resources.
Principal Correspondents.
Boadi
Miscel­
and

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued
Liabilities.

PRESIDENT.

Littleton ___ 1133 Bank of Littleton...d®«ti98 H. F. Bonney.
Halifax C16
1125-10%
66-244
par 50

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Asst Oashiir.

Jack Johnston........ H. F. Bonney_____ J. M. Mohorn

Paid-up Subplus Depos­ Otheb
and
nd
LiabiliCapital
its
DiMouat* SMuritin
Profits
TIBS

S

15,000 S

laneous

t 226,890 S 49,200 $ 10,420 $ 114,440 chase N„ N. Y.; Norfolk N. Bk. of Com.

41,010 S 344,920

ft Trusts. Norfolk; State-Plan. Bk. ft
Tr. Co., Rich.
-Jf- -; \ ft---

Farmers <& Merchants Bank_ (Closed, January 6, 1931)
•Loulsburg ...2182 First National Bank
W. E. White.
F. J. Beasley_____ F. J. Beasley.
Franklin DIB
lno-«% par 100 66-223 d®«t'05 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
Lowell______ 1664 Bank of Lowell_
C Gaston H4

S. L. Roberson___

50,000

22,390

338,840 $

20,000

18.820

50,000

205,310

110,520

41,450

104,220 Chase N„ N.Y.; State-Plan. Bk. ft Tr. Co.,
Rich.; Com’l N.. Raleigh.

135,390

89,670

12.000

7,480

65,060 Branch Bkg. ft Tr. Co.. Wilson; N. C. Bk.
& Tr. Co.. Wil.; Norf. N. Bk. of Com. ft
Trusts. Norf.

116,950 1.474.210

767.000

220,170

77.850

626,120 Cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co., N. Y.; StatePlan. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Rich.; Am. Tr. Co..
Charlotte.

115.950 Chase N„ N. Y.: 1st ft Merch. N„ Rich.;
N. Carolina Bk.&Tr. Co.. Wil.; Wachovia
Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Raleigh.
33,150 cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Norfolk N.
Bk. of Com. ft Trusts. Norfolk.

(Closed November 20 . 1930)

Lueama_____ 363 Lueama Bank.
-®tl'14 J. H. Newsom.
W. T. Bass_______ S. E. High................ Mrs. S. E. High....
Wilson Fl«
1150-6% par 100 66-593
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
'J :

4Lumberton__4140
Robeson K13

NATIONAL BANK
OF LUMBERTON
1100-8% par 50 66-197 d®T«J'97

rA. W. HcLEAN .... A. E. WHITE_ _ _ _ _ M. F. COII............ W. A. I0ACH- - - - - - - | PROMPT, CAB EFUL ATTENTI ON.
^Reasonable rat es.

I ft TRUST K. M. Barnes_____ R. O. Lawrence.. G. E. Rancke. Tr... G. L. Thompson,
A. Weinstein
Tr. Officer
170-8% parVo 66-579 d®T*tl'16
Macclesfield _. .353 Merchants ft Farmers Bank W. W. Eagles,
J.
T.
Winstead....
L.
E.
Walston____
Edgecombe F18 6% par 50 66-578
d®J|’16 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

0

Macon______ 227
Warren 016

100.000

' Send us yo ur Lumberto n items dire ct.

100.000

60,780

527.370

67,820

444,280

76.730

119,000

15,000

7,630

85,430

1,890

67,890

4.180

4,730

65,000

5,000

Bank of Macon_____________ (Closed December 3 I, 1930)

Madison.
1497 BANK OF MADISONd®T*t|'99 J. H. Moore______
J. O. Ragsdale__ J. O. Ragsdale ___ V. H. Idol_______
Rockingham C9 *150-25% par 25 66-388
J. O. Busick. Ch.
J. O. Ragsdale, Jr.
Farmers Bank ft Trust Co. T. D. Meador_____ J. L. Roberts____
J. 0. Thompson__
*65-6%
66-612
®J|17

20,000

125,000

475,000

400,000

25,000

12.000

215.000

205.000

Magnolia_____ 802 Bank of Magnolia.__®Tti’ll H. D. Williams..._
Theo. Middleton. L. D. Dail_____
Dnplin J16
*100-6%
66-495

20,000

13,620

169,750

Alton Gaylor____

2.340

72,610

•Manteo______ 547 Bank of Manteo____ d®tl’07 R. C. Evans,
D. B. Fearing____ R. B. Etherigde
Dare E25
66-890
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
•Marlon_____ 2467 First National Bank...®«3'01.J. L. Morgan___
C McDowell Nio *275-16% par 100 66-228
Marion Industrial Bank»t§’30 J. L. Morgan____

MERCHANTS & (««
FARMERS BANK
*120
par 100

66-229 dI®T*t§'03

and Pre
Send us your M
Collections and
of an officer of
Remittance ma

J. E. Neal________ J. E. Neal________ J. N. Morris....
John Yancy____

Wm. Treverton.__

G. C. CONLEY_ _ _ _ W. F. GIANT- - - - - - - - C. S. FINLEY.

f.

50,140

S. B. Roberts,
G. V. Roberts____ C. Eugene Rector.. J. J. Ramsey_____
*300-12% 66-276
d|®«tl'03 Ch. of Bd, and Pres.
par 100
Citizens Bank______ d®tl'10 E. R. Tweed______ J. C. Tilson______
A. W. Whitehurst W. T. Davis______
*1*5-6%
66-277
R. R. Ramsey. Ch.
Stella Carver
pat 100

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST C0„

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3,460

22,180 Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

20.000

2,690

57,160

6.340

60,550

10.000

7,300

160,800

7,980

90,980

25,240

17,720

52,130 1st N.. Durham; 1st & Citiz. N., Elizabeth
City. •' ty1 i y

100,000

126,090

799,520

128,330

877,040

93,660

29,690

25.000

26,140

4,040

54,440

153,550 Chase N.. N. Y.: Com'l N., High Point;
Tenn. N.. Johnson City; Am. Tr. Co.,
,
Charlotte.
740

47,000

14,130

229,100

25,740

244,510

25,430

4,000

42,030 Chase N., N. Y.; Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte;
Wach. Bk. ft Tr. Co,, Winston-Salem, v

25.000 -

53,560

339,220

12,500

228,170

70,650

63,750

67,700 Wach. Bk. ft Tr., Asheville.

50,000

60.180

478,670

4,800

439.130

54,240

17,200

83,080 Am. N. and Cent. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Asheville;
Am. N., Charlotte.

arlon Items direct
B/L drafts receive the personal atte ntlon
this bank,
de promptly — Re asonable rates.

• Marshall___ 1132 Bank of French Broad
e Madison N8

D. E. Evans_______

11.810

14,000

*: *•

Malden ___1628 Maiden Bank______d®«t(’09 T. L. Finger______ E. B, Rhodes_....
G. E. Mauney__
C Catawba F4
6%
66-889

150,000 N. City, N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. &. Tr. Co.,
Winston-Salem; State-Plan. Bk. ft Tr.
Co.. Rich.
33,000 1st N„ Balt.: Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Co.,
Winston-Salem; N. C. Bk. ft Tr. Co.
Greensboro.
71,150 Chase N.. N. Y.; N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Wil.

Winston-Salem,

N. C

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Liabili TIES.

Town and County. •Mem. A. B. A. "New § Stater Pro

tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab
•Couuty Seats.
In No. 5 F. K. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
C is Charlotte Br, d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Vice-President.

president.

Cashier.

___

SURPLUS Depos­
3aid-up
AND
its
Capital Propits

Other
Liabili­
ties

Resou:RCES.
Loam
Bond*
Caib * lxMiscel- TKANOW.D
u*
end
nnd
Discount* Securities LANEOUB nton Bakm

15,000

19,000

163,010 t

22,000 S 187,450

40,000

20,000

300.000

50,000

22.500

7.770

99.610

10.000

11.600

132.150

par 100

F. L. Harrell------- R. F.. Gaddy--------- Smith Medlin.
Off. in charge

66-391

Mutual Bank & Trust Co.
*65-10% par 50 66-709 ©+§’20

„ „ „__

N Rei'1
Matthews........454 Bank of Matthews.—®ti’09 L. E. Funderburk. T
W. S. Robinson
6% par 50 66-392

C Mecklenburg 16

E. A. Funderburk.

2.860

100,650

200

6.860

22,160 i im. Tr. Co.. Charlotte; Wachovia Bk. 8
Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem.

110.540

12.500

4,000

29.570 C lent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Merch. 8

55,000

60,000 ( lhase N.. N. Y.; N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Wil
mington.

440,000

400,000

Mayodan____ 194
Rbclcingham C8

E. F. Tullak.... ..
Bank of Mayodan---------- §'16 J. O. Ragsdale,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
*225-12% par loo 66-583

15.000

21,830

115,000

117.850

Maysvlltc____
Jones J1A

Eastern Bank & Trust Co.
*120-8%
66 393
®*t§'08

Alamance D12

First National Bank-----»t’19
5% par 100 66-564

Johnston G15

Chatham F12

1 Bank of Moncure-----d®t§'27
W. J. Hannon. Ch. W. J. Hannon
*50-4% par 50 66-635

tMonroe____ 61 0 American Bank & Trust Co.

c

W. Y. Malone____ G. G. Johnson------ G. E. Holt. Jr.........

Bank of Davie............®»t§’0l E. L. Gaither........ J. B. Johnstone...
*210-8%
66-399

Davie E6

Far. N. and Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

38.240 1 Vaehovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem

...

Bk. of Madison, Madison.

,st & Merch. N., Rich.; New Bern Bkg. i
Tr. Co., New Bern.

_____ (B ranch of New Be m)........

Citizens Bank.-----d®t§’15 C. A. Fitzgerald, I. V. Pittman------- H. M. Fitzgerald..
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
*80-8% par 50 66-577

Micro________ 2

22,980 \Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Asheville.
55,000 l im. Tr. Co.. Charlotte: N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.
Wilmington.

16,000

Bank of Robeson..............s 09
66-239

„

_

W. W. Langley----- Mary E. Bland____

T. E. Hemby...........

50.000

15,350

242,190

7.500

5,850

79,830

50,000

62,390

408,480

25.000

2,000

98,000

50,000

4.110

375.400

correspondents.

28.000

50,000

Robeson Jll

8,580:%

Principal

2,000

325.000 1

, „ ,.T._

Maxton_____ 138

1

1196-8% par 210 66-599

Marsh vllle___ 933 Bank of Marshville— «ti’04

C Union 16

ASS’T CASHIER.

. ■-

Mars Hill_____455 Bank of Mars Hill—d»tl’17 N. W. Andenon... (V. F. Robinson ...

C Madison N8

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc, see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

46,570 1st
1 N„ Durham.

200.490

42,880

50,370

40,520

3,000

3,180

46,520 1 'Ian., Wilson; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.

70,000

476,070

26,000

50,770

38,330 ( fuaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.: Merch. & Far. N,

7.500

92,000

12,200

11,200

N„ Durham; ComT N., Raleigh.
17,100 1st
1

32,770

Raleigh.

Charlotte; Wachovia. Winston-Salem.

110.970 ( rnt. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Am. Tr
Co., Charlotte.

4,500

314,040

*106 par 100 66-850 d®T»+§ 30

Union 16

NORTH CAROLINA BK. &
TRUST CO.
dB®T*i§ 03

G. C. Goodman
Mooresvllle,. .56 9 First National Bank
*250-10%
66-164 d®T»+1900
C Iredell F5
par 100
Merch. & Farmers Bank
•i%
66-165 ®T*t§'07

.— W.C. Johnston.... C. P. McNeely .— P. A. Alexander...

D. M. Creswell
C. F. Melchor,
A. C.
E. W. Brawley ____ W.C. Johnston.... R. O. Miller----------- Mort McKnight...
r. VI. WaW

W. A.McGlohon.. L. L. Leary..............
Bank of Morehead Citv
66-401 d®T««'09
Carteret K20 34 3 par 50

Morehead City

•Morgan ton.. 60 il

C Burke B2

E. A. Council............

Marine Bank..........d©»t§’13
par 50
66-516

K. P. B. Bonner ... W. J. Hales_____
E. A. Council

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

A. M. Kistler_____. S. R. Collett........... A M Ineold

Cliem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

. , ,, ...___

, J. A. Claywell____

N.C.)

(Branch ofShelby,

Forrest Eskridge.. W. L. Hicks______

—

50.000

116,050

581,42(1

58,170

503,720

171,750

15,000

115,170 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N.Y.: 1st &
Merch. N.. Rich.; Am. Tr., Charlotte.

30,000

13,960

171.02C

20,020

182,690

7.100

20.900

24,320 Chase N., N. Y.; ComT N.. High Point: In­
dependence Tr. Co.. Charlotte.

50.000

9,226

404,93C

13,450

167,820

........

55.260

15,00(1

4.10C

80.14C

18,520

79,870

254.520 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.: Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem; Am. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Rich.
27,280 Am. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.; N.C. Bk.&Tr.
Co.. Wil.

116.06C 1,646,99(

71,470

1,312,I5C

131,43(1I

111,400i

379,550 Chase N., N. Y.: 1st 8c Merch. N., Rich.;
Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

202,55()

15,000

173,55()

25.00C)

12,510l

53,580 Chase N..N.Y.; Am.Tr. Co., Charlotte.

37.320

91,(KM

100.00C

10.610

*300-16% par 100 66 179 (l©»t'97
A \f
lu. TTict
iyi anlpr
Cl
Morganton Bank & Trust Co,, A.
par 25
66-180 d®T«t§’0ti

S R (vdlpft

. H. P. Jenkins____

nil
Of
. r>
I). "Rrictnl
nriM-ui------------------- K. C, Huffman___ . Robt. Bristol____
M. I
t 110S_______
Morganton Industrial Bank JT . TJ
?2I5-I2% par 100
is 2f1 C. A. Spencer, Ch. J. F. Kistler

25.00C1

22,10C)

25,00()

32.38C )____

i

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST COMPANY, Winston Salem. N. C.—


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

__ 1 hem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. C. Bk. I
TY. Co., Greensboro.

(Unit of Greensbo ro, N. C. )............-

F. G. Henderson ..
G. B. McLellan.
North Carolina Industrial .1. S. Stearns.
V. Ch.
Ch. of Bd.
Bank
66-853
§ 30
0 Union Trust Co.------------ § 30
66-857

(Unit of Greens boro, N. C.)

Hargrove Bowles
J. H. Price
H. B. Clark

66-156

Cleveland H2

_

2,500,000 1,747,880

A. M. Secrest.
Ch. Local Bd.

3,700 1st N.. Morganton.

■9HUIB

THE LARGEST BANK IN THE CAROLINAS
LET US COLLECT YOUR ITEMS DIRECT

1941
±£t~x

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
t0 eac^
*n U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

•Mem.A.B.A.^New §State f I’liv.
‘County Seats. tMera. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In No. 5 F. R. Dist. ♦Fed. Kes.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
C is Charlotte Br. <l-SafeDep.©Sav.$l,astSale%Dlv
Morven
Anson J8

PRESIDENT.

VICE-PRESIDENT.

Cashier.

Mount Airy., 6045 Bank of Mount Airy®T»t§'05 W. J. Byerly.
F. P. Sparger..........
66-161
Ch. of Bd. and Pres
Surry B6
W.J.Byerly, Tr.Off
** ____ "
First Industrial Bank.©t§'30
Owen A. Chatham
$100-6%
"
“
FirstNational BankdB®T»t'92 T. G. Fawcett_____ W. W. Burke«___ E. G. Smith______
$120-12% par 100 66-159
* _____
Surry County I.n. & Tr. Co. W. F. Carter.......... A. G. Bowman........ W. G. Sydnor.
66 160
Tt§'01
$114-8%
Sec. and Tr.

Liabilities.
Paid-up Surplus DeposCapital Profits
ITS

“

40.(XXIS

W. L. Dunman........
F. L. Byerly.
A. Tr. Off

100.00C

D. C. Rector,
A, C. and Tr. Off.
W. L. Sydnor,
A, Sec. and A. Tr.

100.000

Other

26.410 S 131,796 S
164.790 1,485,060

ties

C. M. King _____

First National Bank.__•t'Ol T. R. Thigpen____ C. W. Oliver______ E. C. Casey______ D. H. Outlaw_____
*200-12%
66-258
C. C. Henderson

141.850 1,388,260

Resources.
Bonds Miscel- Cash k lxLoans
CH A NOBS, Dm
Dueounti Saeuritiu LANEOTJB from Baku

20.200 S 170.830 S
78,670

of Winst on-Salem , N. C.)

Bank of Mt- Gilead (1<D»J§’04 P. R. Rankins_____ L. P. Byrd............... W. B. Cochran........
*110-6% par 100 66-403
Bank of Mount Holly
C. E. Hutchison... I. C. Lowe----------- T. J. Davis...............
*100 par 100 66-84 2 d®D§’29

Mt. Olive........2685 Citizens Bank.......... .....»t5’08 H. M. Cox_______ J. E. Kelly______ A. M. Cox....
Wayne H16
66-259
" -------

Ass’T Cashier.

son Bank of Morven..........©t§'03 T. V. Hardison.
G. A. Martin____ M. L. Ham............... H. G. Huntley____ S
$70-6% par 50 66-402
Ch. of Bd. and Pres W. L. Marshall

Mount Gilead 1011
Montgomery H8
Mount Holly.2254
C Gaston H5

Non«Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

10,100 S

6.330 S
148,900

116.340

51,290

264,400 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.: Phil. N.. Phil.; StatePlan. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.
30.000 1st N., Mt. Airy: State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Rich.: Wachovia and Peo. N.. Win.-Sal.

1,600

16,140

20,080 Independence Tr. Co.. Charlotte; Com’l N„
Wash.. D. C.
62.730 Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

313.070

40,500

47,490

249,260 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr.. N. Y.. N. C. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Wil., Wachovia Bk.&Tr. Co., Wins­
ton-Salem.
142.790 1st & Merch. N., Rich.: WayneN.. Golds­
boro: N. C. Bk. &Tr. Co.. Raleigh.

1st N. and Bk. of Mt. Airy, Mt. Airy.

-----

23 one 1.221,130

25.000

7,000

140,000

100.000

15,000

137,320

5,000

219.500

25.000

6.260

142,470

1.050

112,050

50.000

61.470

538.850

50.000

58,960

359,760

25.000

240,900

65,480

44,560

238.220

3,700

199,810

25.000

7,080

51.380 Chase N.. N. Y.; Seab. Citiz. N., Norfolk;
lsi & Citiz. N.. Elizabeth City.
21,600 Norf. N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts. Norf.;
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem.
51,680 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y ;
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Asheville.
25.000 Irv. Tr., N.Y.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Asheville; 1st N., Ail.

125.000

J. R. Thorne_____

20.000

21.340

Murfreesboro 1000
Hertford C20
• Murphy____1612
C Cherokee Q2
“ _____ “

E. S. Britt
H. H. Babb
W. W. Hvde_____

25.000

24,850

312.560

22,110

332.520

17.740

12,660

30.000

5.570

250,460

4,890

222.170

100

16,960

C. W. Carrenger...

17.500

2.650

150.000

•New Bern.. 11.981
Craven 119

BRANCH BANKING
& TRUST CO.
*32o

66-859

©T»t§ 30

D.C. Barnes............ R. J. Britton,____
U. Vaughan
J. W. Lovingood— T. N. Bates___ .. L. E. Bayless..........
E. C. Moore
E. A. Davidson .... J. A. Richardson .. J. B. Storey______

..

New Bern Morris Plan Co.
W. F. Aberly..........
$85-6% par 100 66-65
©t§’17
(Industrial Bank)
•Newland _ _32x Avery County Bank
M. B. Hughes____
$300 -8% parlOO 66-538 B®*tS’14
C Avery D2
Newport
481 Bank of Newport____®ti'19 Leon A. Mann____
155
66-636
Carteret J20
•Newton

L. E. Walston___

(Branch of Rocky Mount, N. C.)

R. E. HARRIS,
A ss<. V. P.

(Branch

W. C. Chadwick...
G. E. Weeks, V. P. M. A. Matthews

145.000

J. G. Dnna. Jr.___

40.000

10,530

15,000

40.000

C. J. McCarthy___
J. M. Heaton .. E. C- Goy.................
S. H. Odom
S. G. Gould............. C. M.Hill ............

4394 Farmers & Merch. Bank
G. C. Little_______ E. M. Deal........ ..
par 100
66-194
®ti’07

R. L. Douehton___ J. T. Prevette........ 3. T. Dough ton.__
Deposit & Savings Bank
$16-8%
66-216 d®<S'03 1. T. Prevette, Ch. C. H. M. Tulburt
par 10
Norwood_____ 1452 Bank of Norwood___ ®t|’06 T. A. Hath cock___ H. S. Freeman____ C. P. Crawley____
C Stanly H8
8%
66-408

C Stanly H7

Bank of Oakboro.._ d©7S'14 \. P. Harris_____
>% par 50 66-548
0.1’. Ilartsell, Ch.

C. P. Hartsell_____ A. V. Thomas_____ W. A. Hartsell....

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST CO..

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Chase N.. N. Y.: Am. Bk. & Tr. Co., and
State Plan. Bank & Tr. Co., Rich.

48,720 1.669,130

5,090

120.450

1,504,080

144,840

3,140

178,930

210,000

25,000

200.000

81,000

78,600

151,930
4.590

248,690 Lib. N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Norfolk N.Bk.
of Com. & Tr., Norfolk: Wachovia Bk.
& Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.
19.980 Branch Bkg. & Tr. Co. and Eastern Bk. &
Tr. Co.. New Bern.

27.000

20.000

43.000 1st N., Balt.; Unaka & City N.,
Johnson City.
32.000 1st & Merch. N., Rich.; Beaufort Bkg. A
Tr. Co., Beaufort.
45.090

56,000

50,000

32,750

174.460

11.160

181.300

29,200

12.780

100,000

92,890

824.300

33.000

544,830

142,730

84.690

114,260
(Incl.
Reserve)
50,000
26,690

843,790

90,380

808,060

103,030

145.390

424,200

40.000

396,150

42,080

41,380

12,500

15,000

142,000

110,000

3,600

10.400

6.370

43.930

Winston-Salem; Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

Shuford National Bank
A. H. Crowell-........ J. A. Gaither.__
66-193
®»t'96
J. Y. Killian
Norman_____ 240 Bank of Norman_______ §’23 K. F. Lowdermilk
K. F. Lowdermilk66-786
Richmond H 10
North Wllkesboro Bank of No. Wilkesboro
J. It. Hix________ A. A. Finley_____
A. W. Horton........
C Wilkes D4 3668 $200-s% par 100 66-215 d®«t8’92
S. V. Tomlinson
W. W. Starr, A, C. Essie Erwin

Oakboro.____ 421

of Wilso n, N. C.)

(.We handle colle ctlons carefully and remit promp tly.

Eastern Bank&Trust Co.
W. J. Swan_______ J. S. Weskett.___
par 50
66-62 d©T»+§ 06 W. B. Blades. V.P. T. A. Green
..

140.000

(Business transferre d to Rocka Mount, .V. C., May 29, 1931 )

j(--------- --------------

31,130 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. C. Bk. &
Tr. Co., Wil.; 1st N.. Wadesboro; Am. Tr.
Co., Charlotte.
240.100 N. City, N. Y.: State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Rich.: Far. N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Win.-Sai.

158,140

1.281,390

Moyock_______240 Bank of Currituck.._®«t}'20 W. W. Jarvis_____ W. VV. Smith_____
Currituck B22
$200 par 100 66-730
Peoples Bank — d®«t§'04
$100-10% par 50 66-406
Bank of Murphy........ d»t§'99
66-262
Cherokee Bank_____d*tS’20
*50 par 54 66 719
•Nashville ... 1137 \ orth Carolina Bk. it Tr. Co.
Nash E16
"
"
'•Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
66-869
§’31

Principal Correspondents.

277,910 Chase N„ N. Y.: 1st & Merch. N.. Rich.

15,000
100,000

15.000

Winstoh Salem.

i

N. C.

27,080

80,450

LARGEST BANK IN
THE CAROLINAS

4,220

91,950
Rich.: Com. N., High Point; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem.
61,290 Ihase N.. N. Y.: Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte:
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Win.-Sal.; Com’]
N., High Point.
45.500 ihase N., N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co..
Winston Salem- Stanly Bk. & Tr.. Al­
bemarle: Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte,
7,700 lent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Stanly
Bk. & Tr. Co. Albemarle.

WE COLLECT DIRECT AND
SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

1242

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to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’

Town and County.
‘County Seats.
In No. 5 F. R. D.
C is Charlotte Br,

Vice-President.

t
Ass t Cashier.

Cashier.

Resources.
i
Liabilities.
II
Loan*
Bond* Miscel­ Can A XxOther
3 aid-up Surplus
D
epos
­
nUM86,Dni
and
nnd
AND
Liabili­
Capital Profits
its
Oiaoouata Boonriti** laneous non Bine
ties
24,500

2

SB

___ •tl'04 3. H. Mashburn ... I. B. Johnson..........

10,280

15,000 8 117,660 8

111,870 8

0. G. Cara wan.... Branch of New Bern, N

Eastern Bank ft Trust Co.
66-595
«tl'16

Oteen
______504
C Buncombe 08
, Oxford______ 4101
Granville C14

PRESIDENT.

la

Old Port______ 866 Bank of Old Fort
C McDowell 00
150-8%
66-410
par 100
Pamlico 121

........................

»Mem.A.B.A.nNew § State tPrir.
Mem. State B. Ass'n. [Estab,
OFed. Bes.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
J-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

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dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

Closed November 20

5,000 8

15,820

C.)-—

Norfolk N. Bk. of Com. ft Trusts. Norfolk;
Eastern Bk. & Tr. Co.,New Bern.

R. H. LEWLS-------- J. W. MEIFtli— M. K. PINNIX..........
( W. T. YANCEY
*«T*nJ"K.r.
E. B. HOWARD. A.H. POWELL
1
V. P. ANDREW JAMIEE,c,Ei*V.r.
J. 6. HALL
I Send us your Oxford Items; B- L drafts given sp eclal attention,
d®W01
V. CollectlonDep’t a special feature. Personally looked after by eashler.

208,000

325,118 2,308,380

1,881,880

516,450

290,000

15,000

07.080

BK.OFGRANVILLE
66-172

Union Bk.ft Trust Co. .®tJ’13 J. S. King..
$150-5% par 150 66-519
Peachland ___ 203
par 50
Anson 18

J. F. Meadows____ J. P. Harris. ___ J. B. Carroll............

J. T. Britt

50,000

49,000

390,000

11,000

4,000

19,100

630

24,800

72,090

10,000

43,150

357,180 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and N. City,
ria ¥•) sijaii* ok* & Tf* vO* ana
1st & Mercb. N., Rich.; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem; N. C.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh.

184,000 Am. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.; Wachovia Bk.ft
Tr. Co., Winston-Salem,
6,180

3,740 1st N„ Wadesboro.

66-733
G. M. Chandler....

Pembroke____524 Bank of Pembroke.-®#85’12 R. H. Livermore..
$50 par 50 66-520
Robeson Kll
Pikevllle______ 449 Bank of Pikeville__ d®tS'14 N. B. Berger_____ L. B. Smith
$120-8%
66-563
Wayne G16
Pilot Mountain
Surry C7 1010 $300-20%
..
M
$150-8%
par 100

23,160 Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st N„ Marion.

1930)

FIRST NATIONAL
$45-3%
par 20

Principal Correspondents.

20,000
20,000

6,600

75,000

10,000

65.000

11.500

22,940

24,590 N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. WiL: Am. Tr. Co..
Charlotte.

10,000

36,600 Wayne N„ Goldsboro.

McK. R. Smith — W. H. Reid

I. M. Gordon ___

15,000

60,000

255,330

62,320

348,480

11,000

4,740

W. R. Badgett____ D. C. Falk______

W. M. Matthews... Keith Badgett .—

20,000

10,000

186.430

4,430

177,630

8,690

1,700

ffcMWf-

1. U. RICHARDSON - MARY RITTER---------

100,000

41,960

785,040

625,400

10,650

84,980

205,970 Chase N„ N. Y.: State-Plaa. Bk. &Tr. Co..
Rich.: Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte,

10,000

11,530

277,400

104,360

9,000

2.500

185,070 Com'i N., Raleigh; N. C. Bk. ft Tr. Co.,
Greensboro; N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Wil.

66-552
66-717

28,430 Chase N„ N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Oo„
Winston-Salem.
32,860 Far. N. Bk. ft Tr. Oo„ Winston-Salem
N. C. Bk. ft Tr. Co,. Greensboro.

Plnehurst.......... 55 BANK OF PINEHUBST M
$125
66-566 d®‘tl'14 ] Give your patro ns a letter to this bank. We assure you of prompt,
Moore HU
par 100
L courteous tre atment.
K. S. Jonas_

C. 1. Godwin

Pine Level____ 497 Bank of Pine Level____tS'07
66-415
Johnston 616

W. Y. Jones______

V. N. Whitehurst

Pinetops.____ 603 Greenville Banking & Trust
Co______ 66-416..............§’31
Edgecombe F17

(Branch of Greenv ille, N. C. )........

L. L. Doans . ___

15,000

2,200

39,240

Pinnacle______ 425 Bank of Pinnacle........ ®t$’19
•I
$105 par 100 66-646
Stokes 07

J. W. George_____ J. E. Coon_______

10,000

4,140

112.62C

tPlttsboro____675 Bank of Pittsboro____ ®ti'03 A.H. London
Chatham F12
io%
06-418

Wade Barber.......... W. L. Farrell____ Thos. J. Morgan..

20,000

15,800

195.46C

‘Plymouth__ 2136 Branch Banking & Trust Co.
Washington E20
66-820
J*5'25

H. F. Ream _

Polk ton______ 531 Rank of Polkton.
66-420
Anson 18

if os L. S. Covington.— R. G. Austin_____ R. F. Covington__

PowellsTille.__ 191 i Bapy-Of Ahnslrie
8% par 200 66—625
Bertie C20

dfflS

W ACHOVIA

Gty, Tr. Co.. N. Y.; State Plan. Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Rich.; Greenville Bkg. & Tr. Co.,
Greenville.

(Closed April 2, 193 1. Liquidating thro ugh Greenville Bank ing & Trust Co.)

Pine,tops Banking Co.

Plnevllle_____ 1108 Merchants ft Farmers Bank
66-417
®Tt§'22 W. B. Meacham.
C Mecklenburg 16 tioo-5%
Ch.o/Bd
par 100


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2,000

r.r-

. L. F. Evans______

BA NK&T RUST CC).,

(Branch
10.00C

of Wiltc n. N.C.)
5.68C

.

2,000

26,130

4.500

25,810 Chase N„ N. Y.; Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.

72.90C

6,270

47,590 Far. N. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Winstoa-Salem.

105.11C

19,500

1. c

88,240 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; ComT N„
Raleigh.
•

.
42,6S(

52,740

. (Branchi of Ahott kie,N.Cr ) __

Winston-Sale M,

20,410

LARGEST BANK IN
THE CAROLINAS

21.270 Far., Rockingham; Wachovia Bk. ft Tr.
Co.. Winston-Salem.
Bk. of Ahoskie, Ahoskie;N. Bk.of Suffolk.
Suffolk.
WE COLLECT DIRECT AND
SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

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PAGE TRUST COMPANY
North Carolina
Home Office: RALEIGH

STATEMENT

STATEMENT
June 30, 1931

June 30, 1930

RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts............. $2,959,072.24
Other Stocks and Bonds.......
70,201.00
Banking House, Real Estate and
Fixtures...............................
65,332.08
U. S. Gov’t, and N. C.
State Bonds............$ 56,467.73
Listed Securities ..... 80,000.00
Cash in Vaults and in
Banks....................... 438,333.75
574,801.48
$3,669,406.80

RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts........................$3,824,948.47
Other Stocks and Bonds.................
143,801.00
Banking Houses, Furniture and
Fixtures..........................................
100,776.79
U. S. Gov’t, and N. C.
State Bonds..............$241,839.68
Municipal and Listed
Securities............... 356,952.73
Cash in Vaults and in
Banks........................._915,350.23 1,514,142.64
$5,583,668.90

Branches:

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock....................................$ 250,000.00
Surplus....................................
100,000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves . .
.48,822.97
Bills Payable............................
NONE
Deposits.................................. 3,270,583.83
$3,669,406.80

ABERDEEN

RAEFORD

ALBEMARLE

RAMSEUR

APEX

SANFORD

CARTHAGE

SILER CITY

HAMLET

THOMASVILLE

LIBERTY

TROY

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock....................................$ 400,000.00
Surplus...............................................
125.000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves. . .
70,649.98
Bills Payable.....................................
NONE
Deposits............................................. 4,988,018.92
$5,583,668.90

ZEBULON

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In constant touch with a great variety of North Carolina industries and growers.
Convenient offices located in a fast growing section.

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SECURITY

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given

1040 to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Town and county. •Mem. A.B. A. "New § State tPriv
‘County Seats.
tMem. State B. Ass'n. [Estab.
In No. 5 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
C is Charlotte Br. d-SafeDep.©SaT.$LastSale%Div.

Liabilities.
President.

Cashier.

Vice-President.

‘Raeford_____ 1303 Bank of Kaeford____ ®»tl'03 J. W. McLauchlin.. T. B. Upchurch .
Hoke 111
$175-10% par 100 36-422
H. L. Gatlin

W. P. Covington ..

I. JERMAN----- E.

66-27

i:

®T‘f91

par 100

(Formerly Morris Plan Indus trial Bank)

par 10

66-25 dB®T*i$1812

400.000
J. L. Cockerham.

Sec. and Tr. A. Sec. and A. Tr,

CROW. ...

_.

53,480 $ 323,650

907.500

$ 215,990 $

195,650 4,988,020

(Branch

74.160 $

3,824,950

742,590

of Ralei gh,

$
14 629 560 14 262 370

559,070

(Terrxtor y North

34,720 $
100,780

N. C.)

606,666

19,690 4,850.370

77,250 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. ft Tr.
Co., Winston-Salem; Am. Tr. Co., Char­
lotte.
915,350 Cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. N. Y.
N. Y. Tr. Go., N. Y.

300,000 1,449,030

Carolina and Soul h Caroli na)

W. M. UPCHURCH—

"***tHt

C.A. GOSI
A.W.

H. A. DUNN,

Ch. of Local Board

J. W. Holmes,

S. O. Noel.........

Acting
Chas. B. Park......... O. D. Stallings ..
C. B. Edwards
J. E. O'Donnell....
C. S. Hicks

038,110 2,932.790 1,090,470

714,080

(Branch of Durha m.N.C.)

Milton Abbott.

15,000

C. A. Riddle___
E. A. Randolph

100.000

P. STEDMAN....... T. H. CALVERT,
H. Af
Tr, Off. -,
.. ILLIAMSON,
• J. Y0I
A .Sec. and A. Tr.Off.

Msrs

73,940

84,720

Central Han. Bk. & Tr. Co...New York
Guaranty Trust Company...New York
First National Bank______Philadelphia
939,530 First & Merch. N. Bk_______ Richmond
State-Planters Bk. &Tr. Co..Richmond

N. City, N. Y.

480,060

50,070

376,140

166,300

37,970

18,890 1,216,460

18,120

1,252,290

200

49,690

2.500,000 1,747,860

(Unit of Gre ensboro

N. C.)

F. B. Brown—

J. R. PAGE...... . ~ R. W. PAGE-.......... W. R. MARTIN.
J. M. WOOLARD.
V. P.
V. P. and Cash.
A. Sec
H. A.PAGL....
A. PAGE. Jr.
V. P.
J. G. NICHOLS.
D. I. Me KEITHEN.
Exec. V. P.
Sec.
par 100
66-29 dB®T»t§’14
L. W. BARLOW.
(Succeeds Raleigh Banking &

PAGE TRUST GO. ‘ N.A. PAGE.
PAGE.

(Unit of Oreensbo ro.N.C.)
400,000

105,650 4,988.020

38,670 Chase N. and Chatham Phenix, N. Y ; Am.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.
51,290 Chase N., N. Y.: Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.
and Com'l N., Raleigh.
Bkrs. Tr. Co.. Gty. Tr. Co.. N. City. Cent.
Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., and Chem. Bk. & Tr.
Co.. N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.;
1st N.. Balt.; Phil. N.. Phil.

I WE KNOW Til E CAROLINAS
„ AVERAGE AGE OF UNITS IS 36 Y EARS.

North Carolina Industrial Wm. L. Wyatt,
------------- —.—
Bank .—66-856_______§*30
Ch. of Bd.

Trust Co.)

25,000 $

Principal Correspondents.

DRAFTS sent us DIRECT are presented in person, where possible,
AND WE RET THE MONEY or a better reason than “Ro attention paid to notice.’

Mechanics & Farmers Bank
$35-4% par 25 66-764 d@T*§’08
♦Mechanics Savings Bank
Walters Durham ...
10% par 25 66-28
d®»t§’96
♦Morris Plan Bk.
L. A. Mahler_____
8% par 10 66-803
®«t§’17 W. B. Duncan, Ch.

'NORTH CAROLINA
BANK AND TR. CO.

L. G. Canady,

Resources.

Loua
Boada
Ciaa A Ex
Paid-up Surplus Depos­ Other
Miscel­ CHANQIi.Du*
•nd
and
and
Liabili­
Capital
its
Diaeounta Saeuriti.Q laneous FROM BaNRI
Propits
ties

(Incl.
Reserves)

‘Raleigh .... 37.379 Atlantic Joint Stock Land
A. W. McLean,
I. F. Hall, Exec.,
Wake F14
Bank.__ 66-783________t’22 Ch. of Bd. and Pres, B. S. Jerman
par 100
J. El wood Cox

$135-6%

Ass’t Cashier.

R. B. Lewis_______ G. D. McQueen----- $

Page Trust Co.________ •ll'll
66-480

'COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL BANK

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh.
3,824,950

742,590

100,780

(Lad,
Reserves)

A. V. P.

915,350 Chase N., Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., Cent.
Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and Bk. of N.Y. &
Tr. Co., N.Y.; Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte;
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., WinstonSalem.

WE INVITE YOUR BUSINESS, AND ARE EQUIPPED TO GIVE
YOU PROMPT, CAPABLE SERI^ICK

♦Raleigh Sav. Bk. ft Trust
W. S. Ryland
Company.. 66-26 ___ T^f’85

G.H. Andrews

J. G.Williamson

15.000

N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Raleigh.

par 100

'WACHOVIA
BANK & TR. CO.
♦

66-763 d|®T»ti’93

♦Wake Co. Savings Bank
66-30 d®T»tl'05
$480-1$% par 100
Raleigh Clearing House____

(Members indicated by a*)

J. S. BACHE & CD_ _ _ _ _ _

(Sir Walter Hotel)
namseur____ 1220 PAGE TRUST CO— d®*i|-07
Randolph F10
06-423

FRANK PAGE,

Ch.ofBd.

FRANK PAGE.

.

V.P. and Associate
Tr. Officer.

T. F. MAGUIRE. JR— FRED W. REEBALS
A. Tr. Officers
J HENRY LIG0N
A. W. MADISON
A. Sec.
E. ROSENTHAL

W. W. Vass_______ W. P. Little___
J. W. Bailey
J. B. Cheshire, Jr.,

Central Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., New York.

15.000

55,840

672,580

535,820

76,590

24,170

195,650 4,988,020

1,824,950

742,590

100,780

Tr. Off.
G. H. Andrews ___ W. W. Vass. Tr... John P. Stedman,
Sec.
E. M. Dudley, Mgr.
Members Prlnc Ipal Stock Excba nges.
I.F. Craven, A. V.P. E. B. Leonard____

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST CO.,

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2.500.000 2,308,680 (Branch of Winst on-Salem

TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. WE SOLICIT
YOUR COLLECTIONS.
YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH
“WACHOVIA” SERVICE.

106,840 Bkrs. Tr.. N.Y.; Tr. Co. of Md., Balt.;
Va. Tr. and State-Plan. Bk. ft Tr.. Rich.

J. S. Bache ft Co.. N. Y.
400,000

Winston-Salem.

(Include s (Bran ch of Ra leigh, N. C.)
Reserves\)

N. C

LARGEST BANK IN
THE CAROLINAS

915,350 Cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. N. Y.

WE COLLECT DIRECT AND
SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

1244

Number under Name of Rank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers'
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

j

Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.nNew SStatetPriT-

‘County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. TEstab.
Pert. Bes.Depts:T-Trust B-Bonrt
In No. 5F. R.D.
C is Charlotte Br. d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

President.

Vice-President.

Ass't Cashier.

Cashier.

BANK OF
REIDSVILLE
68-132

Liabilities.
Other
Paid-up 'Surplus
Depos­ Liabili­
AND
its
Capital Profits
ties
I
S

Kandleman ..1863 Peoples Bank.............. ®ti'07 R. P. Deal_______ O. C. Marsh______ A. B. Beasley.
1200-16%
66-424
Randolph F9
W. B. Townsend — R. D. McMillan___ J. A. McRae—
lied Springs..1300 Rank of Red Springs
1150 par 100 66-254 d®»t51900 R. D. McMillan,CA.
Robeson Jll
Reldsvtlle___ 6851
Rockingham CIO

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

Miss Jennie L.
Stackley

1. F. WATLINGTON - J. W. McGEHEE------ W. A. TROTTEN-

15.000 ■5 13.000 :5 218.000
77,010 S
14,640
30,000

Resources.

Loans
and

Bonds
and

Securities

$

$

8,450

91,060

Principal Correspondents.

Miscel­

Cash k Ex-

CHAKG»8,Dui
laneous from Banks

45,000 Chase N., N.Y.; Am.N.Bk. &Tr.Co.,Greens­

11.000
S

17.810

boro; N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. High Point.
21,240 Chase N.t N. Y.: Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte.

50,000

80.300

706,240

105,030

340.MQ

166,850

50,690

383.970 Chase N....................................... New York

100.000

101.510

899,630

53.530

746.390

89.200

65.079

254.010 N. City. N. Y.: Am. Tr. Co., Char-

30.000

1.040

22,460

2.710

54,050

First & Merchants National Bank
Richmond

ORGANIZED 1882. This bank makes a specialty of collections.
Every Item sent us receives personal attention.
We shall be pleased to serve you.

®«tl’82

Citizens Bank_____________ (See United Bank & Trust Co.)

FIRST NATIONAL
BANK

d®Wl0

$175-6%

66-134

por 100

{

R.S. MONTGOMERY SCOTT FILLMAN.
J. F. WOMACK____ 0. R. YOUNG------Active SCOTT FI LLMAN,
W. B. WRAY,

Ch.o/Bd.

R BILL OF LAD1 NG DRAFTS, CA SH ITEMS, ETC.
have personal att entlon of an offlr er of this bank.

US YOU J. B. Pipkin______ C. M. Lovelace----------------------S. Montgomery.
Hood System Industrial Bk. It.SEND
$50
66-831
®i§’27 All Collections

R. L. WATT.

UNITED BANK
& TRUST GO.

Ch. of Bd.

(Reidsri lie office of Greens boro, N.

H. A. FORNEY-...... JNO. 0. WATT-

Save time and ev ade liability by send ing your collections to us direct,
We make persona I presentation, give reasons for non-pay ment and ren

Rlcblands....... 503 Citizens Bank............. dtl'08 C. W. Sutton------ J. E. Steed---------- G. B. Whitted__ R.D.Thompsi
L. H. Sylvester, Ch.
$125 par 50
66-288
Onslow J18
R. W. Outland .... R.K. Grant--------- --------------- --Rich Square...800 Bank of Rich Square ...t§’02 J. T. Bolton---E. A. Huggins
66-425
Northampton CIS
H. E. Lee. Acting.
Roanoke Rapids Roanoke Bank & Trust Co.
66-212
d®t’05
HalifaxC17 3404 par 100
G. W. Shuler------- H. C. Bemis______ J. K. Wilson.......................... .............
‘Robbinsvllle. .345 Graham County Bank
$112 par 100 66-825
d©£§’26 T. M. Jenkins, Ch.
CGraham P3

Chase N., N. Y.

C.)
<

20,000
20.000

44,820

155.070

38,380

173,750

15.140

147,090

12,690

32,170

160,040

44,000

7,540

20.590 N. City. N. Y.: Norfolk N. Bk. of Com. &
Trusts. Norfolk; Wachovia Bk.&Tr. Co..
Winston-Salem.
Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N.Y.: Bk. of Com.
& Trusts, Rich.: Com'l N., Raleigh.
109.830 Am. N., Asheville.

. (Branch of Rosem ary, N. C.)

205,960

42.000

35,130

252,420

52,420

212,520

97.600

32,470

39.380 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Nor­
folk N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts, Nor­
folk; Am. Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.;
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh.

L. S. Covington-— M. H. Fowlkes ___ R. L. Phillips____ R. L. Ellerbe
J. W. Covington,

30.000

76.540

663.660

443,910

433.470

425,030

96.760

J. D. Chalk______ H. J. Rollins____ R. N. Stansill______________ _______

28,700

7.740

29.180

10,000

71.870

1,000

258,840 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.: Wach­
ovia Bk. & Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem; Am.
Tr. Co., Charlotte.
2.760 Far. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rockingham.

15,000

3.340

86.300

140

83.090

5,560

16,120 Wachovia Bk. 8r Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

40.000

11.930

123,400i
10,240
(/nil. Ce r.)

170,000

BANK OF R0BERS0NVILLE J.H. ROBERSON. JR., *' L.-filTH

Farmers Bank & Trust Co.

66-204 dB®T»;5'01 M. H. Fowlkes. Ch R. L. Steele III.

Peoples Industrial Bank

43,080 1st N„ Durham.

5.760

0. R. EVERETT------ S. L. ROBERSON

136.880

$135-6%

$200-10%
par 100

1.370

35.000

68-427 (JB®«tS’06 Ch. of Bd. and Pres
par 100
(Closed December 8, 1930)
Bank
of
Pee
Dee_______
‘Rockingham 2906

Richmond 110

800

t mptly.

66-133
*t5'85
(Succeeds Citizens Bank)

Robersonvllle 1181
Martin E18

lotte.

Tr. Off.

V.P.

$115-5% par 100 66-789 ®t§’23

(Industrial Bank)

Rockwell_____696 Bank of Rockwell-__®Tt§’17 B. A. Earnhardt... J. M. Holshonser.. R. W. Brown
$ioo-4% par 100 66-611
C Rowan G8
X. T. Keel.............. W. M. Spears.__
City Industrial Bank..®$§’28 C. C. Ward.
Rocky Mount
Ch. of Bd. and Pres
21,412 $55-8% par 50 66-834
(Bank
in
Nash
County)
Edgecombe E16

THOS. H. BATTLE. F. F. FAGAN........... W. F. PARKERSONCh. Local Bd. T. A. AVERA.
V.P. and Tr. Off.
F. C. ALLEN. V. P
B. W. ARNOLD. V. P.

‘NORTH CAROLINA
BK. & TRUST GO.

.

J. C. GORHAM.

. 2,500,0011l 1,747,880

. ... (Unit of Green sboro. N

WE KNOW TH E CAROLINAS.
AY ERAGE AGE OF UNITS IS 36 YEA RS.
North Carolina Industrial
|R. B. Davis. Ch— H. H, Strandberg . R. L. Yelverton____ _______________- (Unit of Greensbo ro, N. C.. )
Bank_______ _____®t$’25 R. R. Gay. V. Ch.

2.950 Plan. N. Bk. & Tr. Co. and N. C. Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Rocky Mt.

12,600
C.) ....

Bkrs. Tr. Co., Gty. Tr. Co., N. City,
Chase N., Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
and Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.;
Cont. III. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; 1st N.,
Balt.: Phil. N., Phil.

66-86 d©T*t§1812;

66-815
(Rocky Mount Ban ks continued on next page)

____

$39-8% par 25

I

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N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rocky Mt. and Ra­
leigh; Norf. N. Bk. of Com. & Trusts.
Norf.

THE LARGEST BANK IN THE CAROLINAS
LET US COLLECT YOUR ITEMS DIRECT

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
194*? i?. ®*5P bank ln U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
Town and Codnty. eMem. A.B. A. "New $ State tPriv.
‘County Seats.
tMem. State B. Ass'n. [Eitab.
In No. 5 F. R. D.

President.

♦Fed. Res. Dept* :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.SLastSale%Div

C is Charlotte Br.
Rocky Mount
(Continued) 21,412

.

bank

& TRUST

)............. 66-867..............§’31

Vice-President.

Cashier.

F. P. Spruill______ R. R. Gay...............
S. S. Toler

Ass't Cashier.
W. W. Shaw.

Liabilities.
Resources.
Loui
Bond*
Cam k *xPaid-up Subplus Depos­ Otheb
Mibcbl- ch
•ad
and
Liabili­
and
a m»m, Due
Capital
its
Diaoounti Saanritiae LANBOUB FROM BaHU
Propits
ties
I

85.200

♦Planters National Bank & J. C. Braswell____ M. R. Braswell.__ Millard F. Jones.
A. H. Woodlief.__
Trust Co........... .....d®T«2’9fl
Millard F. Jones
Cash, and Tr. Off. W. W. Meares, Jr.
1210-11% par 100 66-85
Rocky Mount Clearing House F. P. Spruill_____ F. F. Fagan.__
(Members indicated by a ♦)

J. S. BACHES COMPANY(143 So. Main)

200.000

RosehIU____ 554
Duplin J16

Rosemary ___1414
Halifax C17

| Members of Pri nclpal Stock Exc hanges_____ ____

150-8% par 50 66-429

Bank of Duplin....______

(Closed December 4, 1930)

CITIZENS BANK & TR. CO. J. L.

ROANOKE BANK & TR. CO.

par 100

Rowland____ 915
Robeson LI2

66-524

®»t§’13

Patterson___ S. B. Pierce ...
J. A. Moore

(c
CA^EKljL’ATf

F. L. Nash________ E. F. Brown.

ENTION GIVEN ALL ITEMS SEN T US.
B. A. Edens_____ D. J. Pleasants.__

10,100

16,530

40,030 N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Wil.

10,700

16,640 1st & Merch. N.. Rich ; Wachovia Bk. &

429.480

112,780 Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co. and Gty. Tr. Co.,

171.730

25.000

4.000

155,860

35,000

192.510

100.000

50,550

747,390

42,000

353,670

44,000

Tr. Co.. Raleigh.

N. V.; Bk. of Com. & Trusts, Rich.;Com’l
N.. Raleigh; Am. Tr. Co., Char.

S. G. Winstead.__ R. A. Burch___
W. T. Pass
J. A. Long............. Wm. D. Merritt...
W. H. Harris. Ch. D.S. Brooks, Tr.Off.
A. Capehart.
T. S. Norfleet_____
Pres, and Ch. of Bd. W. P. Harrell

Thos. B. Woody...
BW.Gardner.A.C.
D. 8. Brooks_____
E. G. Long, A. C..
G. B. Spivey______

11.000

62.670

F. H. Willson____
K. H. Oakley
J. B. Riggsbee........
B. G. Clayton
Rennie Tillery___

33,130

17.610

37,890

406,650

213,110

609,290

51.300

65,470

81,580 lhase N.. N. Y.; State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co.,

835,000

131,330

770,910

168,130

47,450

179,840 Ity.Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Wachovia, Winston-Sa­

150,000

15.000

8,390

127,010

K. T. Carpenter.

860

2,800

101,470

10,000

160,000

6.900

104,540

4.380

11,450

Rich. 1st N.. Durham.

lem: N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Greensboro,
29,400 lent.Han. Bk.&Tr.Co., N. Y.: Norfolk N.
Bk.of Com.Tt Trusts. Norfolk; Wachovia
Bk. ft Tr.Co.. Winston-Salem.
40,000 Norf. N. Bk.of Com. & Trusts. Norf.; Am.
Tr. Co.. Charlotte.
37,200 tm. Tr. Co., Charlotte; Far, N. Bk. ft Tr.

Co.. Winston-Salem.
25.000

Union Trust Co._____ ®T§'30

9,040

84,950

5,390

98,230

10,960

16,210 Inion Tr. Co.. Rutherfordton; Am. Tr.,

Charlotte.

(Branch of Shelby , N. C.)_

66-847

Salemburg ___ 318 Bank of Salemburg_________ (Closed February 2, 1931)
Samson 115
‘Salisbury ..16,951 ♦First National Bank ®T*t’83 Walter H. Woodson B. D. McCubbins
66-90

(?. S. CARLTON.
i

Ch. Local Bd.

H.P. Brandis_____ G. A. Fisher__
E. H. Woodson

H. H. PALMER—

H'

L RAY SLi

100,000

80,410 1,026,160

2.500.000 1,747,880

Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N., Shelby.

100,000

745.910

203,410

133,730

223,530

(Unit of Greens boro, N. Car.) ...

fj. L. FISHER, Ch...

haseN..N.Y.; State-Plan. Bk.ft Tr.Co.,
Rich.; Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte.

Chase N., Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
and Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N.Y.: Cont.
III. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; 1st N., Balt.;
Phil. N., Phil.

J WE KNOW TH E CAROLINAS
(.AVERAGE AGE OF UNITS IS 36 YEARS.

North Carolina Industrial
Ross M. Sigmon.
H. M. Cooke, V. Ch. B. O. Clark.
Bank....66-854________ ’30
Ch. of Bd.

Bk. & Tr. Co.. Wil.

100,000

14,750

C. F. Geer..........

32,120

100.000

15,000

First Industrial Bank®l§*28 W. W. Hicks.—

34,670

150.000

Rural Hall____425 Commercial & Farmers Bank S.S. Flynt.... ......... A. L. Payne--------- E. B. Shore______
O. L. Eiger______
Forsyth D8
7%
86-432
®t|’06
Rural Hall Bank & Tr. Co, _. (Closed December 20, 1930)
CRutherfordGZ 2020 *130-8% par 100 66-837

3,860

(Branch of Durha m, N. C.

117,590

66 91

127,300

2,040

Roanoke Chowan Bank
J. E. Peele----------- C. T. Peele_______ H. R. Paschal_____
*90-10%
66-535
d®tl’13

iiftrsww

634,960

184,300

11.900

Rowan F6

1,441,680

12,050

15.000

C

76,360 Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.; State-Plan. Bk.& Tr.
Co. and 1st & Merch. N., Rich.; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh.
458,320 Chase N„ N. ¥.; 1st & Merch. N„ Rich.;
N. Shaw., Bos.

45,000

40,000

40.000

L. T. Heffner_____

®t§’30

•Ruthcrfordton

42,770 $

attentl on given Bill of L ading drafts, Cas h and Time Item
Please send 15c wi th each sight draft fo r presentation and 25c for Credit Repor ts.
111Special

Bank of Rowland___d»tl’04 A. T. McKellar.
par loo
66-278
G. M. Pate. Ch.

First National Bank.®*t’18
*i30-io%
66-629
Peoples Bank........d®T*t|’91
*97-6% par 50 66-232
Roiobel_______ 334 Bank of Koxobel.__ d®tl’08
Bertie D19
par 50
66 431

54,000 $

J. S. Bache & Company, N. Y.

W. A. THORNE. A cling

‘Roxboro___ 3657 Durham Industrial Bank
Person C13

209,140 2,208,130

62,500 1 448.950 S

6. Z. LANCASTER.

Mgr.
J. A. Turlington .. C. D. DuBose_____ V. A. Simmons ...
Ch. of Bd, arid Pres, C. D. Du Bose

tl 15 par 100 66-644 d®T*t#T9

23.100 S 451,280 i

Principal Correspondents.

N. S. Bennett,
Sec. and Tr.

Roseboro___ .768 Bank of Roseboro .__ ®tl’09 T. I. Herring,
Sampson 115

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

(U nil of Greensbo ro. N.C.)

J. L. FISHER_ _ _ _ _ W. F. SNIDER_ _ _ _ W. M. BARRINGER
IF.BOLT. A. Tr. Off. w.
W.' c.
C. SIFFERD
sf—

2,500,000 2,308,680 (Branch of Wins ton-Sale m.N.C.)
and A. Sec. A. Cas
ish. and Mgr. Ins. Dep t.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL RAN KING BUSINESS
f.66-92
(Trade S t. Office: E. D. Va ughn, Ch
N. V. Stockton, Vice Ch.
dR®T«t*’03 We solicit yonr Collections,
Cashier; I.W.Bait y. Asst. Cashier)
.You will be pie

______ C
Co.. Winston-Salem.

O.J.D enny%

ased with “ WAC HOVIA” Service.

Salisbury Clearing House___
1 (Members indicated by a *)

H. P. Brandis.

Mgr.

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST COMPANY. Winston Salem, N. C.

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1

THE LARGEST BANK IN THE CAROLINAS
LET US COLLECT YOUR ITEMS DIRECT

-i n/ic.

Number under Name of Bank 1* the New Transit Number (Iren
to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers*
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass*n.

Town and Ootnrrr. OMen.A.B.A.»New J State tPrir.
(Mem. 8tste B. Asi’n. [Estafa.
* County Seats.

President.

In No. 5F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depti:T-Trust B-Bond
C is Charlotte Br. d-SafeDep.®8aT.$LastSale%Dlv.

Vice-President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Folnt (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) in Dack of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued
ASS'T CASHIER.

Cashier.

RESOU RCES.
Liabii ITIES.
Bondi
Lo*m
Cash A lxSubplus
Otbbb
Miscel­ ohanom
D
epos­
Paid-up
,Dcb
and
•ad
and
Liabili­
its
Capital Profits
Diaoouata SaouritiM laneous from Baku
ties

Principal Correspondents.

Saluda________ 558 First Bank dk Trust Co .____ (Closed November 2 0, 1930)
G Polk Q8

‘Sanford......... 4253
Lee Gil

PAGE TRUST GO.

r_______ _

$3824950 $ 742,590 $ 100,780 $ 915,350 Chase N„ N. Y.
$ 400,000 $ 195,650 $4 988 020
------------ 1 Includes (Branch of Raleig h, N. C.)

W. P. DYER, JR_____

) Send us your Sanford items di rect.

Reserves)

66-759 d®T*ii’19 (.Special attentio n to all coUectlo ns and out of to wn items.

•

■'tl '

-tv

(Formerly Greensboro Bank &
Trust Co.)

vk

W. J. A us bon_____

Scotland Neck2339 North Carolina Bank and
Trust Co. 66-839d ®Tt§1812
Halifax D18
H. R. Harris

Seaboard_____ 534
Northampton C18

(Branch of Greens boro. N. C.)____

E. F. Andrews____

United Bank & Trust Co.
8% par 100 66-852
d©T§’99

66-434

R. W. Edwords.__ Elmo Crocker____ J. J. Rogers.___
B. S. Staucell
E. B. Leach

Seagrove______ 245 Bank of Seagrove—®*t5’20
66-702
- Randolph F9

A. C. Harris.

___ Mrs. A. C. Harris .

2,500,000 1,747,880 (Branch of North Carolina Bank A Tr. Co., Greens-

boro,N .C.)

18.000

52,900

159,130 $

37,500

173,500

10,000

1,870

56.770

5,000

59,470

20,000

‘Shelby
10.789 First National Bank—®«t'0S Chas. C. Blanton .. Jno. F.Schenck... Forrest Eskridge.. R. R. Sisk________
C. S. Mull
George Blanton
G Cleveland JJ3 1225-12% 66-168

r
Inllol

1120-8%

‘Smith field... 2543
Johnston G14

‘Snow Hill.__ 826
Greene G17

Southern Pines
Moore HU

2524

66-267

7,450

6,890

250,000

4,490

Miss Lota Headen.

R. E. LITTLE-...........

UU.

37,500

400.000

i Send us your Siler City Items direct.
®T«J5’07 (.Special attentl on to aU collect! ons and out of town Items.

64,470

4,000

72,070

492,890

111,960

624,780 Chase N.. N. Y.; 1st N., Phil.; 1st
Merch. N., Rich.

1,215,590

110,230

120,220

327,970 Chase N.. N. Y.; 1st N.. Shelby.

207,840

103,550

10,000

195,650 4,988,020

3,824,950

742,590

100,780

100,900

10,440

7,570

69,190 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; State Plan.
Bk. & Tr. Co.,Rich.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Raleigh.

751,810

126,000

70,880

204,780 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem; Cent.
N., Rich.; Am. Tr., Charlotte.

589,360

12,790

364,580

8,000

13,750

153,740

R. P. Holding-------- C. F. Gordon_____ C. G. Dahlgren —
First-Citizens Bk. &TrnstCo.
H. R. McCullers
162.50-12%por2566-4S7d®T»t§'98 R. P. Holding. Ch.

100.000

137,650

775,570

50,000

20,030

183.610

115,020

37,190

7.900

50,000

26,800

418,550

301,120

69,000

4,500

J. C. Rasberry......... D. F. Hardison------- D. F. Hardison ___
66-814

915,350 Bk. of N. Y. & Tr. Co., N. Y

110,440

93,530 Norfolk N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Norfolk.

dTJ*25

Citizens Bank & Tr.Co. T»tl'05 H. O. Riggan........... J. E. Bernstein .— H. O. Riggan_____ Ethel S. Jones —
M. G. Nichols, V.P C. T. Patch
66-439

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST CO., Winston-Salem. N. C


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101,480 Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co., N. Y.; Greens­
boro Bk. At Tr. Co., Greensboro.

(Incl. Re serves)
(Bra nch of R aleigh, N . C.)

20,600

par 100

12,890 Far. Bk. of Nansemond, Suffolk; Norfolk
N. Bk. of Com., Norfolk.

2,868,260

576,580 2,681,950

W. T. Holland____ J. E. Peterson------- Sarah E. Turlington
J. E. Woodall

170-8% par 80 66-760 d®T*tS’22

krs. Tr. Co., Gty.Tr.Co., N.City, Chase N.,
Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., and Chem, Bk.
& Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Cent. 111. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Chi.: 1st N.. Balt.; Phil. N., Phil.
27,570 Cent. Han. Bk. HtTr. Co.. N. Y.tNorf. N.
Bk. Com. & Trusts. Norf.; Wachovia Bk.
& Tr. Co., Win.-Sal.; 1st & Merch. N..
Rich.
7.290 Com'IN.. High Point.

State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.; N. C. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Raleigh.

'• | 209,860 1,309,130
105,020
150.000
T. Bowman........... Forrest Eskridge.. R. E. Campbell,
UN10H TRUST CO. d®T«ti'22 C. C. Blanton_____ J.
V. P. (6 Branc he* in No rth Carol tno)
J. F.Schenck.Sr. L. Y. Lee, v. P.
Geo. Blanton,
1200-8% par 100 66-169
E. B. Hamrick, V,P.
V. P. Wm. Lineberger

rAlit

59,000

(Branch of Wilso n. N. C.)

A, .T.TTnlliday
Branch Banking & Trust Co.
66-832
®T*t§’28
Johnston G15
. v; • V,v:
Severn -—— _354 Bank of Severn—„®*§’16 J. B. Stephenson. A. M. Fleetwood..
Ch. ofBd. and Pres,
66-602
Northampton B18 par 50

SUer City......... 1730 Chatham Bank..—d®»tl’02 J. J. Jenkins__ _— J. M. Jordan______
J. C. Gregson, Ch.
66-266
Chatham Fll 1120-#%
par 100

Chase N„ N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Winston-Salem; United Bank & Tr. Co.,
Greensboro.

LARGEST BANK IN
THE CAROLI NAS

120,730 Chase N., N. Y.

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SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

1947 t0 each

X£a~t/

Town akdOochtt. •Mem.A.B.A.»New (State fPriT.
‘County Seats. {Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
In No. 5 P. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
C lit Charlotte Br. d-SafeDep.®SaT.|LastSaIe%DlT.

Non-Hank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Accesj, Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc, see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued
Liabilities.

President.

‘Southport.. .1760 Peoples United Bk. -d®«t§’23
Brunswick N15 $110-6% parlQQ 66-779

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

J. W. Ruark_____ J. G. Christian..

Edna G. Carr__

‘Sparta.. ...__ 466 Bank of Sparta_____d®»t’03 R. A. Doughton.__ M. A. Higgins____ Edwin’Duncan .
^Alleghany B5
$163-10%
66-441

F. M. Hockler..
Marie Wagoner

Resources

SURPLUS
Other
Loui
Bond*
Paid-up
Dupoa- Liabili­
MISCEL­
AND
•nd
•nd
Capital Profits
ITfl
Diieounta Securities LANEOUS
ties
S

25,000 $

15,930 $ 125,140 $

25.000

21.150

162.930

6,190 $
22.140

88,700 $
192.440

13,480 $
2.300

13,910 $

56,170 N. Carolina Bk. & Tr.. Wil.

14.110

22.360 Elkin N., Elkin; 1st N. Ex.. Roanoke.

Speed_________ 95 North Carolina Bank & Trust C. A. Johnson,
G. N. Earnhardt .. Robert P. Cherry. 2,500.000 1,747.880 (Unit of Greensbo ro, N.C.)
Edceeombe E18
Ch. of Local Bd
Co..........66-690_.B®T‘i(’20
$18.50-8% par 10
(Succeeds Farmers Banking <fc
Trust Co.)
r?. S. CARLTON,
H. H. PALMER.
J. TEMPLE G0RREL-. 2.500,000 1,747,880 (Unit of Greensbo ro.N.C.)
Spencer--------3128
Ch. Local Bd.
C Rowan T7
WE KNO W THE CAROM NAS.
8% par 10 66-213
.AVERAGE AGE OF UNITS IS 3 YEARS.
Spray
_________ 6020 Imperial Tr. & Sav. Co.____ (Merged with Leak sville Bank & Trust Co., Branch of Leak sville, N, C., June 17.1931)

wnuzasmi

Principal Correspondents.
Cash k Kx
CHA*eas,DuB
vmOM Baku

N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Tarboro.

Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; State-Plan. Bk. & Tr,
Co.. Rich.

6

Rock
;oekingham B9

Leakaville Bank & Trust Co.
liifr-6%
66-101
®Tt(’04

(Branch

J. F. Sheffield.

Mgr.

Spring Hope..1222 Citizens Bank______®»J|’07 Hobart Brantley.. J. J. Pitts________ R.C. Coppedee... G. C. Lassiter____
$60-6% par » 66-241
Nash X15
H. L. Dillard. Ch.
Spruce Pine.. 1546 Bank otSpruce Pine ®»t5’16 C. A. Peterson,
J. V. Cox________ Edward Fortner... Bess Berry.......... ..
C Mitchell El
$180-6%
66-586
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. S. W. Enloe
Peggy Houk
par 100
Ape*!**.Stanfield_____ 115 Bank of Stanfield.... ®t§’20 A. P. Harris______ T. M. Hartsell____ M. E. Smith______
$100 par 100 66-724
C Stanley H7

of Leak sville, N. C.)........

40.000

11,390

122,640

20,000

17.100

223,160

15.000

2,470

35.750

Stanley.. ~__1084 Farmers & Merchants Bank. G. H. Hacker...... H. J. McCorkle___ H. J. McCorkle... A. C. Taylor, Jr.'.
G Gaston G5
66-442
©§’06

30,000

10,300

83,350

Stantonsburg. 607 Planters Bank_____d®«tf’10 T. E. Person,
L. J. Overman____ B. H. Davis______
' Wilson G16
$66-6%
66-443
Ch. of Bd, and Pres.

20.000

10.080

201.280

100,000

80,710

682,890

‘Statesville. 10.490
G Iredell F6

FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
66-137

$125-6%

®«t'87

- „

.

t V- HP
asm'---'-

LOAN & SAVINGS
S" „ BANKd®T’« “

V. .. ..nwTON

Collections receive the personal attention of an
officer. Clese follow-up and prompt remittance

Merchants & Farmers Bank L. K. Lazenby,

PEOPLES

E. B. Watts............ J. A. Knox_______ J. R. Hill_______

145,770

50.420 Wachovia Bk. & Tr.. Asheville: Unaka &
City N.. Johnson City, Tenn.

4,580

0,440 Stanly Rk. & Tr. Co.. Albemarle; Indepen­
dence Tr. Co., Charlotte.

11,400

34,900 Independence Tr. Co., Charlotte.

154.580

4.050

3,330

69,400 Chase N„ N. Y.: State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. CoRich.; 1st N., Wilson.

277,870

735,840

214,840

72,770

118,020 Chase N.» N. Y.; Am. Tr. Co., Char­

lotte.

65,000

800,000

35,000

775,000

25,000

40,000

160,000 Gty. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; State-Plan. Bk.& Tr..
Rich.; Independence Tr. Co., Charlotte.

50,000

75,000

528,760

34,200

545,490

23,500

22,130

97,800 American Trust Company ..Charlotte

50,000

12.000

15,000

124,040

24,300

202,980

10,640

99,490

1,250

106,760

100

4,020

28,450

158,860

4.100

16,560

118.740

5,160

3,620

131,370

6,200

49,120

(Cert, of
Inv.)

17,300

10.810

129,260

8,650

2,890

132.620

St. Pauls........ 2080 Bank of St. Pauls...d®«t§’10 J. F. Nash________ J. C. Lentz______ J. C. Lentz_______ E. McDonald____
Robeson J1S

50,000

12,050

153,470

66-448

66-450

WACHOVIA BANK & TRUST COMPANY.

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68,480

1,400

11,680

Irving Trust Company...........New York

Wachovia Bank

par 100 66-447

$160-10% par 100

37.800

39.470 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st & Merch.
N., Rich.; Wach. Bk. & Tr.. Win.-Sal.

100.000

Stony Point...336 Bank of Stony Point.-®t§’08 A. L. Watts______ W. D. McLelland— M. G. Bigham____ D. V. Deal_______
8%

214,410

33,590

Send us your collections direct.
They will receive prompt attention.

Stonertlle.__..564 Bank of Stoneville_____J§’03 R. T. Stone__ ____ J. H. Holland.......... C. K. Nolen ............
C Alexander E4

16,250

3,030

0. L. TURNER------- J. A. LACKEY--------- R. M. LAZENIY-------- C. D. KESTLER —-

Statesville Industrial Bank H. L. Newbold ___ C. E. Keiger______ C. P. Davidson
$25-7% par 26 66-816 ®*§’25
W. D. Turner
(Industrial Bank )
Stokesdale___ 238 Stokesdale Com’l Bank
Robert Simpson .. D. P. Lemmons.... A. B. Bray______ C. N. Barker______
Guilford DO
$180-6% par 100 66-446 ®«tS’08
Rockingham C8

97,940

J. G. SHELTON-------- I. WALLACE------------H. L. NEWBOLD_____g. j. POOLE

$130-6% par 100 66-139 d®»t§’08 Ch. oj Bd. and Pres.

■ *.•*—

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. C.
Bk. & Tr„ Greensboro.

Winston Salem,

3,580

N. C.

1,310

&

Trust Co.,
Winston-Salem

6,060 1st N„ Statesville; Far. N. Bk. &Tr. Co..
Win.-Sal.
15,500 N. City. N. Y.; Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte.
6.320 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; State
Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Rich.; Wachovia Bk.
& Tr. Co.. Win.-Sal.
16,620 Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.
32,420 Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte; N. C. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Wil.

THE LARGEST BANK IN THE CAROLINAS
LET US COLLECT YOUR ITEMS DIRECT

Number undertt Name
or Bank Is the New Transit Number given
n __ .i..ni«nl«r Krr The DatwI-MoVallv Runkurfl*

Town and csodntt. eMen.A.B.A.oNew IStatetPriv.

{Mem. State B. Ais’n. [Estab.
Id No. 5 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Bei.Dept»:T-Trust B-Bond
C is Charlotte Br. -SafeDep.®Sav.SLastSale%Div.
»County Seats.

PRESIDENT.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (irdexed Acces.), lawyers, Laws (Indexed) In back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

_______«________i_

Cashier.

VICE-PRESIDENT.

Ass t Cashier.

Resources.
Liabilities.
Loftoi
Bead*
Surplus Depos­ Other
Miscel­
Paid-up
and
and
Liabili­
AND
its
DiaoouaU SaeuritUa laneous
Capital Profits
ties

principal

Correspondents.

Cars ft lxchamqm,Ddi
fbom

Blm

(Closed June 20, 19 31)

Summerfield... 66 Bank of Summerfield.
Qailford D9

Sunbury_____ 225 Farmers Bank________ ti’12 E. F. Corbell__
66-506

Oates 021

W, O. prnmp .

$

66-809

C. J. Harris------

1200-l2%par100 66-452d®»t§'05

Jackson P6

31,600 S

3,510 *

55,510 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Norfolk
N. Bk. Com. & Trusts. Norfolk.
Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Asheville.

d©tt§’25

tSylra________1340 Jackson County Bank

C

3.000 $ 118,950 $

25,000

Swannanoa ....66 Swannanoa Bank & Trust Co. D. W. Harrison___

C Buncombe 09

12.710 1 173,860 t
(Incl.
Reserves)

20.000 i

L. A. Rountree

E. L. McKee______ M.D. Cowan______ Ralph C. Sutton...
Will J. Fisher
R. W. Harris

36.600

23,120

407,860

25,000

4,000

165,000

6,360

342,580

32.330

66,500

13,800

70,460 Harriman N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Wach­
ovia Bk & Tr. Co.. Asheville.

28,560

(Closed March 9, 19 31)

Tabor________1165 Bank of Whiteville.
Columbus M13

Farmers & Merchants Bank R. M. Oarrell..

*%

66-678

G. N. Earnhardt -- T. E. Belk----------R. P. Cherry.
.4. Tr. Off. & A. Sec.

‘Tarboro____ 6379 North Carolina Bank & Trust C. A. Johnson,
Co______ 66-156- ©TsiJ’lO

EdgecombO E17

Ch. of Local Bd.

‘Taylorsville.. .926 Bank of Alexander------ »tl'02 R. A. Adams__

T. C. Alspaugh___ H. T. Kelly______ C. E. Echerd______

50.000

30.000

158.000

77.500

230.010

62.250

18.570 Chase N..N. Y.: Independence Tr., Char.;
State-Plan Bk.&Tr.. Rich.; Far. N. Hk.
& Tr. and Wachovia Bk. & Tr.. Wm.-Sal.
35,840 Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.: N. C. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Greensboro; Com’l N.. High Point.

4.660

66-454

Alexander El

33.750

100.840

71,950

100,000
W. W. RAPP. . . . . . . . —
Tr. Off. J. F. GARNER, A. Tr. Off.
Send us your 1 homasvllle Items for prompt atten tlon.
Special service on Bill of Ladinit drafts and collec tlons.
REASONABLE BATES.

125,730 1,493,330

177,110 1,142,530

S. E. Little

Merchants & Farmers Bank A. C. Payne______
<so
66-655
®tS’2l

Tbomasvlllr 10,090
Davidson E8

Bkrs. Tr. Co.. Gty. Tr. Co., N. City, Chase
N., Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., and Chem.
Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. &
Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N.. Balt.; Phil. N.. Phil.

2,500.000 1,747,880 (Unit of Greensbo ro.N. C.)_______

J. B. King................ (Unit of Greensbo ro, N.C.)

North Carolina Industrial C. A. Johnson,
Ch. of Bd.
Bank___ 66-855 —d®*t'30

C

113,690 Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte; N.C. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Wii.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.. WinstonSalem.

©stl’20

FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
*200-5%

par 100

66-158

J. W. LAMBETH-

T. A.

L. POPE.
FINCH_ _ _ _ _ _ R.Cash,
and

26,800

297,790

189,000

290,000 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.: Oom’l N., High
Point.

d®T.ro;

PAGE TRUST GO.
66-784 d®T»tS’23
‘Trenton_____ 500 Bank of Jones______

400.000

195,650 4,988,020
(Branch
(Incl.
Reserves)

3,824.950 742,590
of Raleig h. N. C.)

100.780

915, SO Chase N., N. Y.

400,000

...
3.824.950 742.590
195,650 4,988,02C
(Branch of Raleig h, N. C.)
(Incl.
Reserves)

100,780

915,SO Bk. of N. Y. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.

homasvllle Items direct.
n to all collectio ns and out of tow n Items.

)

Jones 118
1522 Bank of Montgomery.
Montgomery Q9

‘Troy______

1931)
r, M Gould

PAGE TRUST CO.
66-456

Tryon_______1670 First Bank <fc Trust Co.,

2 0, 1930)

6 Polk Q9
Alva Jackson.........

TRYON BANK & TRUST CO.

25,000

270

133.13C

..........

18,300

81,690

*100 par 100 66-866 d®T»t§ 31

Vanceboro___ 742 Eastern Bank & Trust Co.
«%
66-795 ®T»tS 24
Craven H19

■

Winston-Salem.

N. C.

58.040 Chase N. N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co..
Asheville; Am. Tr. Co., Charlotte.
Norfolk N. Bk. Com. & Trusts. Norfolk:
Eistern Bk. & Tr. Co New Bern; Wach­
ovia Bk. & Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem.

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Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass*n.
Town and Cocjntt •Mem.A.B.A.*»New SStatetPriv
»County Seats. t-Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab
In No. 5 F. R. D. ♦Fed. Res.Depti:T-Trust B-Bond
C is Charlotte Br. d-8afeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div

Yarlna_________36
Wake G14
Pass
.. 602
_ Moore Hll
W>co
.176
C Cleveland G3
» Wad esboro.. 3124
Anson 18
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LIABILITIES.
Resources.
Loui
thcb
Bond* Miscel­ Cdl A
Paid-up Subplus
Depos­ LOiabili
sad
AND
■ad
­
ch..‘M,Dbi
Capital Pbofits
its
DUcounta Saauritia* laneous non B.ni
ties

Banlc of Varina ___ d®st|’14 J. M. Judd_______ *• Wt I1UIV1BI1U..... S. S. Farabow____ P. G. Nicholson ... S
145 par 50 66-565
Bank of Vass..............®ii'll J. A. Keith.
W. D. Smith............ D. A. McLanchlin. J. H. Gardner........
*50-fl% par SO 66-460
Ch. of Bd. and Pres
(Closed December 16 , 1930)
Bk. of Wadesboro.d®T*ti'02 L. D. Robinson.__ H. B. Allen.............. Adam Lockhart ... T. P. Caraway
I40-io% par K 66-188
T. C. Coxe. Ch.
Ci. 0. HORNE ......... pf- K. L. MARSHALL--- Si G.-HODGES

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NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

< “Send Us Your Wadesboro Items Direct.”
J Collections, B!1 I of Lading Draft,
66-187
niill/
and Time I terns
$250-12% HANK d®T«t’94 (.Remitted For o n Day of Paymen Cash
t.
par 100
a*nsiii
Wagram______309 Bank of Wagram_______§’10 J. A. McKay______ W. G. Shaw............ J. N. Steele______
66-461
Scotland 111 par 50

25,000 S

8,000 t

20,000

8,600

85,000 S

Id, 000 I 58,000

145,000

I

35,000 3

149,000

200,000

128,100 1,134,860

100,000

134,980

870.100

192,220

883,380

15.000

620

56,590

24,990

73 610

983,080 S 155,480

33.210

155,950

Principal Correspondents.

40,000 Chase N., N. Y.; Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.
and N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh.
24,600 1st & Merch. N., Rich.; Com'l N., Raleigh.

291,200 Chase N„ N. Y.: 1st ft Merch. N„ Rich.;
Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Co.,Wlnston-8alem.
208,950 Cent. Han. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. N. Y.: American
Tr. Co., Charlotte; 1st N.. Phil.; 1st ft
Merch. N., Rich.

17,670

6,030 Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Co., Raleigh; Am. Tr.
Co.. Char.

Wake Forest..1536 Bank of Wake —.........®tl’04 R. E. Royal!............ R. M. Squires_____ W. R. Pearce_____ W. M. Satteriwhite
20.000
15,210 217,620
55,950
12,000
50,840 Chase N.. N. Y.: N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co1160-8%
66-230
Wake E15
Harvey Holding
Raleigh: 1st ft Merch. N.. Rich.; Wacho­
via. Win.-Sal.
Wallace
731 Bank of Duplin
(iClosed December 4, 1930)
Duplin J16
”North Carolina Bk. & Tr.
J. C. Thompson,
2,500,000 1,747.880
N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Wil.
Co--------66-864____ ©‘§'31
Mgr.
(Branch of Wilmi ngton.
Unit of North Ca rolina B ank & Tr ust Co.,
Greens bo ro, N. C.)
Walnut Cove 1081 Bank of Stokes County
(Closed November 18 . 1930)
Stokes C8
Walstonhurg ns Farmers ft Merchants Bank Ray West.
W. L. Gay................ C. T. Hicks .. .
15.000
4,200
70 000
___
7.000
60,290
14,900
7.000 Norfolk N. Bk. Com. ft Trusts. Norfolk;
Greene G17
150par50
66-713 d©Tt§’20
Com’l N.. Raleigh: N.C.Bk. &Tr.Co..Wil.
‘Warren ton 1072 Bank of Warren.-_d®T»ti’05 C. N. Williams. Jr. W. H. Dameron... G. B. Gregory____ J. M. Gardner........
34,300 335,280
50.000
39,090
64,980
287,650
53,790
52,250
N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh; Am. Bk. &Tr.
180-8% par 50 66-274
Warren C16
G. B. Gregory
M ^
M
and Rich. Tr. Co.. Rich.
Citizens Bank........ d®T*tS’0o R. T. Watson_____
1 o nin
J. G.Mitchell_____ R. J. Jones..............
20,000
57,210 341,250
14,000
75,840 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Com’l N.,
*350 par 100 66-275
Raleigh.
Warsaw____ 1222 Branch Banking & Tr. Co. ___ ___ __________
J. C. Thompson___
(Branch of Wxlso n, N. C. )
Guaranty Tr. Co., N.Y.; State-Plan. Bk. ft
*370
par
350
66-823
dl®T»I5’26
Duplin 1 16
Tr. Co.. Rich.; N. C. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Wil.
..... .
*'
J.M. Williams____ W. J. Middleton... W. P. Bridgers___ W. E. Moore..........
First National Bank
50,000
1,950
68,000
73,250
11,500
15 600
19,400 Com. N., Raleigh.
par 100
66-540
d®*t'13
‘Washington.7035
Beaufort G20

BANK OF
WASHINGTON

rJ. I. ROSS______ WM. IRA6AW........

j WASHINGT

WM. 1. HARBINS

W. Z. LACKLAND —

1H.HI

ON'S OLDES T BANK

113,460
(IliCl.
Reserves)

129,616

591,146

117,776

113,386

264,186 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; N. C.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Kalelgh.

181,336

157,726

181,626 N. City, N. ¥.; 1st N., Balt.; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh.; Norfolk N.
Bk. Com. & Trusts, Norfolk.

6.680

14,350 Bk. of Wash, and 1st N., Wash.; Wachovia
Bk. & Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

l Prompt Person al Attention Give
n Collections and Bill of Lading D rafts. T BY US.
8% par 50 ♦ 66-117 d®T‘t*'93
(J. 1. FOWLE,

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Ii75-m%
par 100

-------

#6-118

E. R. MIXON.............. A. M.DUMAY-

C. 1. STERLING........

1H.MI

06.326

716,536

336,376

715,366

3,300

60,360

79,290

164,420

SEND US Y OUR WASHI NQTON ITC MS DIRECT.
(-Special attentlo n given Bill of La ding Drafts, Cas b and Time Item a.

d®«t’95 j

“

Hood System Indus. Bank
6% par 25 66-120
®*t§’26
(Industrial Bank)
--------“
Trust Co. of Washington
*100-5% par 100 66-727
T5'20
Waxhaw______340 Waxhaw Bkg.ft Tr. Co.
C Union J6
*50-8% par 25 66-465
TtS Oa

J. M. Harrington.. S. B. Etheridge ___ H. S. Gurganus.__ F. A. Arthur_____
E. T. Buckman

42,500

E. R.Mixon---------- T. A. Brooks______ L. A. Squires,
B. F. Bowers
C. S. Massey,
B. F. Price.............. J. A. Williams..—
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

50,000

4,500

63,000

95.670

2n,nnn

50,000

68,080

230,610

10,000

229,760

40,050

‘Waynesvllle. 2414 Citizens Bank & Trust Co.

H. B. Atkins............ J. H. Howell.......... Thomas Stringfleld

50,000

50,000

102,480

383,030

50,000

298,020

109,650

18,000

13,880

196,700

15,720

199,540

Of UOU

25,000

61,000

235,290

42,040

C Haywood P8

66-731

§’89

FIRST NATIONAL BANK ^'02 J. R. Boyd,
J. H. Way
J. L. Palmer______
1235-10%
66-210
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. C. E. Quinlan
oar 100
Weavervllle.__ 848 Farmers & Traders Bank
D. J. Weaver.......... M. F. Yost............. W. M. Yost..............
C Buncombe 08
66-466
®§’10
O. D. Brown

Weldon____ _ 2323 Bank of Weldon_______ §'92 J. L. Suiter______
Halifax C18
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1 Weldon Bk. <Se Tr. Co,______| Closed for liquidati
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1,830 1st N.. Wash.
Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.: Am.Tr.Co. and Inde­
pendence Tr. Co., Charlotte; 1st ft
Merch. N., Rich.

33,300

144,540 Chase N.. N. Y.: Wachovia Bk. ft Tr. Co.,
Asheville; 1st N.. Balt.
19,000 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. and 1st N. Bk. & Tr.,
Asheville.

49,880

46,870 Am. Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.; Citiz. N.,
Emporia.

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IZjU Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Resources.
Liabilities.
Bond*
Lohi
Other
Miscel­
Paid-up Surplus
D
epos­ Liabili­
and
and
AND
its
Capital Profits
DiaeouaU SaauritiM laneous
ties

Town and County•
^County Seats.
In No. 5 F. R. D.
C. Is Charlotte Br.

•Mem.A.B.A.wNew SStatetPrif
(Men. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Dept8:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeOep.®SaT.$LastSale%Dir.

Wendell___ __
Wake E15

50.000
34,360 S 451,110 S
Bank of Wendell...07 R. B. Whitley_____ C. S. Hobgood___ W. A. Scarboro.__ J. T. Allen______ S(One
Bra nch)
M. C. Todd.IY. Off.
M. C. Todd
55% par 50 66-468
Farmers <t Merchants Bank_ (Purchased by Bank of Wendell Februar y 1. 1931)

W. Asheville____ (See Asheville)
West Durham .. Bank of West Durham

150-6%
66-736
d®ti’20
par 50
Fidelity Bank........... ®»tl’20
66-752
W. Jefferson...704 First National Bank
1225-8% par 100 66-299
! Ashe C3
takers........ 930 Branch Banking & Tr. Co.
66-821
§’26
Edgecombe D18
4Wbltevllle... 2203 Bank of Whiteville_________
Columbus L13
(Durham P. O.)
Durham E12

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Vice-President.

President.

Cashier.

Ass’T CASHIER.

J. O. Cobb_______ J. C. Dailey______ W. H. Smith------- Susan Anderson—
T. M. Davis. V. P.
J. C. Dailey. Ch.
J. R. Holloway

B. E. Reeves .
J. J. Thomas,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. E. A. McNeill

F. D. Upchurch,
Mgr.
B. M. Thomas____
J. L.Segraves..
Lilly A. Segiaves
J. S. Brown ___

25,000

2,000

129,400

14,380 3 297,700 S

Principal Correspondents.
Cash k IzCHAMOIS, IIVI
from Banks

62.500 0

33,820 $ 155,820 1st N.. N. V.; 1st & Merch. N„ Rich

20.670

106,030

15,000

23,290

32,750 Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N., Dnrham.

8,090

354,230

9,800

9,730

Chase N„ N. Y.: 1st & Merch. N„ Rich.
Fidelity. Durham.
77,510 1st N., Abingdon, Va.

121,830

160,610

17,960

111,390 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem:
N, C. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Wil.; Am. Bk. &Tr..
Rich.
Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co. and N. City,
N. Y.: Am. Bk. & Tr. Cb.. Rich.: Seab.
Citiz. N.. Norfolk.

3,780

35,460 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; N. C. Bk. &Tr.
Go. and Peo. Sav. Bk. & Tr. Co., Wil.

(Branch of Durh am, N. C
25,000

33.070

385.230

(Branch of Wilso n, N. C.)

(Closed March 9, 19 31)
16,380 345,410
(Incl
Reserves)
(Branch of Wilso n,%.C.)
59,000

Waccamaw Bank As Trust K. C. Council_____ W. H. Phillips........ J. N. Coburn..____ Blanch Dyson,
W. P. Bennett.
Co___... 66-822.,-d®T«§ 31
Tr. Off.
C. D. Carstarphen.
»Wllllamston .2731 Branch Banking & Trust Co.
66-227 d®»«’25
Martin E19
(Closed January 19, 1931)
»WUinlngton32.270 Home Savings Bank____ _
New Hanover M17
Morris Plan Bank... d®t§’29 F. M. Ross_______ B. B. Cameron____ E. A. Laney_______ Wm. H. King ......
8% par 100

NORTH CAROLINA
BANK&TRUST CO.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In*
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

'J. V. GRAINGER,
General Bd,

J. W. YATES—
H. M. CORBETT

M. F. ALLEN- - - - - - - - H. C. RORISON- - - - - ROBERT STRANGE, A. M. McKOY, A. Sec.

100,000

23,430

379,460

------r»

85,240

548,880

* ® 81?

2,501,600 1.747.830

Tr. Off.

H. C. MCQUEEN.

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i

Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chase N., Gty. Tr.
Co., N. City. Bkrs. Tr. Co., and Cent.
Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N, Y.: Cont. 111. Bk.
& Tr. Co.. Chi.: 1st Ifei Balt.. Phil; N.,
Phil.

(Unit of Green sboro, N. C.)------

Ch. of Local Bd.
WE KNOW THE CAROLIN AS.
66-2 d®T»t§1812 .AVERAGE AGE OF UNITS IS 3 6 TEARS.

Wilson____ 12,613
Wilson F17

44,120 1,648,320

264,420

300.000

797,980 4,906,690

330 3,411,080

877,310

377,870 1,338,740 Guaranty Tr. Co. and Bkrs. Tr. Co., N.
Y.: 1st & Merch. N , Rich.; N. C. Bk.
& Tr. Co„ Wil.; S. C. N.. Greenville.

400,000

294,330 5,278,550

63,610 2,848,040 1,717,130

10,370 1 360 260 Guaranty Trust Company...New York
Fifth-Third Union Tr. Co., Cincinnati
North Car. Bk. & Tr. Co.:......Raleigh
State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co., Richmond

_ _ S. S. LAWIENCE— S. S. LAWRENCE
W. G. SMITH, JN.—ANDERSON,
M. C. GLOVER,Tr.oif. E. B. CROW, Jr.,
BRANCH BANKING S.H. H.D. BATEMAN_

Aud.

& TRUST CO.
66-112 dB®T»tl’74

Ch. of Bd.

|

We handle collections carefully and remit promptly.

Edward Warren... 200,000 342,840 881,750
First National Bank..dT*t'74 John F. Bruton.__ Jonas Oettinger... W. E. Warren,
Cash. and Tr. Off. A. D. Shackelford
W. B. Warren
66-111
par 100
(Unit of Greensbo ro)__
O. W. Yelverton
North Carolina Industrial W. M. Wiggins. Ch.
Bank___ 66-863---------- §'30
... ...
33,380 973,430
100,000
Planters Bank .—d®T*t8'17 Geo. E. Walston .. W. M. Farmer------ W, M. Farmer......... F. F. Wellons ..
$125 par 100 66-115
Wilson Tr. & Sav. Bank
50,000 138,100 1.187.640
$400-24% par 100 66-113 ®Ttf'02 JohnF. Bruton ___ Jonas Oettinger— E. T. Barnes_____

311,600

726,070

327,830

500.510

S30o-io%

y.

*'1 j

I; «
1'

481,970 Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co,. N. Y.: StatePlan. Bk. & Tr. Co., Rich.; Wachovia Bk.
& Tr. Co.. Winston-Salem.

250,340 2,082,080

1200-8%
par 100
• •

81,830

J. Holmes Davis... M. J. Corbett_____ J. H. Gerdei-—__ Robert H. Tate.— 100,000
♦Peoples Savings Bank As
W. S. Johnson,
Trust Co.-66-3-dB®T»tH900 H. C. McQueen.
;
'i .."ij
V.
Ch. of Bd. V. P. and Tr. Off.
15%
♦Wilmington Sav. As Tr. Co. C- E. Taylor_____ J. W. Norwood___ W. H. Moore_____ H. C. Davis---------148-15%
66-1 d®T»tl'88 H. Walters. V. P. J. D. Bellamy, Jr. R.S.Rogers. Tr.Off. J. H. Hardin. Jr.
F. B. Graham,
par 10
A. Tr.Off,
W.
S.
Johnson,
Sec.
Wilmington Clearing House H. C. McQueen.__ C. E. Taylor--------(Members indicated by a *)
4

N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Greensboro.

(Unit of Greensbo ro)—

J. J. Talman, Jr.
North Carolina Industrial J. D. Taylor, Ch. .. Louis Poisson,
V. Ch.
Bank___ 66-862_______§’30

N; C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Greensboro.
‘

5,030

737,120

208,500

48.300

766,600

329,250

51.000

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N. Y.; Cent. N.. Rich.: Norfolk N. Bk. of
Com.& Tr.. Norfolk.
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your need.


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of North Carolina, the Wachovia offers transit
and collection facilities which make it an excep­
tionally useful correspondent.

WACHOVIA
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
NORTH CAROLINA
ASHEVILLE

WINSTON-SALEM

HIGH POINT
COMMERCIAL BANKING — TRUSTS — SAVINGS
SAFE-DEPOSIT — INVESTMENTS — INSURANCE

RALEIGH
SALISBURY

1251

New Transit Number given
be Rand-McNally Bankers’
e American Bankers Ass’ri.

to each bank In

Directory, under the author^

Town and County.
‘County Seats.
In No. 5 F. R. D.
C Is Charlotte Br.

aMem.A.B.A.wNew 5 State tPriv.
{Mem. State B. Aas'n. [Estab
♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®8aT.$LastSale%Dl»

Liabilities.
PRESIDENT.

‘Windsor.__ 1425 Bank of Windsor.__ (sKtl’02 W. L. Lyon____
par 100
56-280
Citizens Bank_______

Bertie E20

Vick-President.

CASHIER.
■ ■

ASS’T CASHIER.

$ 20.000 S 39.070 S 199,6

$

26.840 S 205,770 S

9,320 S

30,890 S

39,590 Chase N„ N.Y.: Norfolk N. Bk. of Com.
& Trs.. Norfolk; Wachovia Bk. & Tr.
Co., Raleigh.
15,180 Chase N„ N, Y.; N. C. Bk. & Tr, Co.. Wil.;
1st N.. Monroe: Am. Tr. Co.. Charlotte.

(Closed September 3 O.1930)

‘Winston-Salem

Farmers National Bk. k Tr. W. J. Byerly_____ S. E. Hall________ F. G. Wolfe..____ E. C. Goodman__
Forsyth DO 75.274 Com pany. 66-52.. d ©T«tl900 P. F. Hanes. Ch. T. J. Byerly
P. N. Montague,
1110-6% par 100
(2 Branches)
Tr. Off.
First Industrial Bank ®tS’27 P. N. Montague.... P. F. Hanes.__ A. M. Utley______ E. C. Rochelle___
$100-6%
66-830
Hood System Industrial Bk. N. Mitchell______ G. P. Hood_______ C. E. Hood________ B. H. Plint______
$27.50-8% parli 66-818 ®t§'25

(Industrial Bank)

Morris Plan Bank ... ®«t§'17 J. R. Fain________ Thos. O. Boushall.. D. A. Herrin______
A. G. Allen______
$125-8% par 100 66-796
(Formerly Morris Plan

if'.
11,160

48,110

54,510

200

4,370

100,000 2,333,880

620,610 2,072,830

535,000

182,480

39,830 424,240
(Include s (Inv.
Reserves)
Cert.)
225.000
21,560 309,300
(Cert, of
Inv.)
100.000
39,560 870,670

580,210

4,700

10,220

18,940 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. and Far. N. Bk. & Tr..
Winston-Salem; 1st N., Mt. Airy.

58,740

572,630

3,060

13,980

24,930 Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co. and Far. N. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.

37,800

959,250

26,370

62,400 Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Wachovia Bk.
A Tr. Co,. Winston-Salem; N. Shawmut.
Boston.

15,000

175-10% par » 66-471

Union 17

Subplus
thxr
Leu.
Bondi
Cua * lx
Paid-up
Dbpob- LOiabili
Miscel­ CRAJI«M,DUI
‘ad
and
and
­
ITS
Capital Profits
Diaeouata Seeuritiea laneous FROM BaRKI
ties

it

f / (* f

T. C. Bond_______ Thos. Giliam..........

Wingate______ 526 State Bank of Wingate®t5'09 R. A. Morrow..... W. M. Perry_____ C. C. Lamb.

C

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.
Resources.
Principal Correspondents.

NORTH CAROLINA—Continued

500.000
150,000

764,180 N. City and Chatham Phenix, N. Y.

Industrial Bank)
Peoples National Bank______ (Suspended busines s, June 25, 1931)

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WACHOVIA
BANK & TRUST
COMPANY

R. M. HANES........ - C. T. LEINBACH —- 6. S. STARBU6K. Tr.
._ _ _ _ _
M. H. WILLIS.
Va Pm and Mar.
H.F. SHAFFNER.
Bd. Dept.
JAS.P. ASHBY.
Ch. of Bd. H, s. CALHOUN
H. A. V06LER.
A. H. ELLER.
W.P. RAINEY.
V.P. and Tr. Off.'
V. P, and Associate
Tr. Off.' C. C. ARMFIELO.
6.F.MATT0N.
FRANK PAGE.
V. P. and AssocieUe R.H. OGBURN, JR.,
Tr. Off. Asst. Treasurers
GILBERT H. MORRIS.

I. S. BULL.
See. and A. Tr. Off,
RAY JOHNSON.
A.Tr.Off

C. A. LOYEJOY.
A. Tr. Off.
CHAS. E. WOOD, Jr.,
A. Tr. Off.
T. P. PATTERSON.
A. Sec.
J. F. BROWER, JR..

Auditor 2.5N.NB 2,308,680 42 599 320

V. P. and Associate
Tr. Off.

$300-8%+4% extra Y®T‘tl'B3
♦ 66-49

THOMAS BARBER.

(3d St. Branch)

V. P. and Mgr,
Ins. Dept.

Guaranty Trust Company...New York
Bankers Trust Company....New York
Chase National Bank_______New York
Continental Illinois Bank &. Trust Co.
Chicago
State-Planters Bank & Trust Company
Richmond
Corn Exchange National Bank &, Trust
Co.............................. ......... Philadelphia
928,050 22 006 610 10 070140 4,093,080 11265 310 Philadelphia
National Bank
Philadelphia
National Shawmut Bank__ ...Boston
First National Bank
.........Baltimore
Bank of America National Trust &
l ...
Savings As8n..........San Francisco
Fifth-Third Union Trust Company
Cincinnati

Transacts a Ganaral Banking Business.
We solicit yeur Collections.
You will bo pleased with “ WACHOVIA'' Service.
Xj

J. S. BACHE & CO_________ Members Princlp al Stock Exchang es______________
(Farmers N. Bk. Bldg.)
iP V- ... ,
i;' '' : ■''' ' ’
E. A. Pierce & Co.....................
(R. J. Reynolds Bldg.)
: ' Li;! •

,-tv.

J. S. Bache & Co.. N, Y.
1
•

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Wlntervllle ___ 654 Bank of Winterville ___ J|’05 A. W. Ange_______ R. H. Hunsucker__
J. L. Rollins.__ .
Pitt G18
$70-4% to 6% par 50 66-472
” •
....... ..
'
‘Win ton.____ 5*2 Winton Banking & Trust Co. D. R. McGlOhon, W. D. Boone--------- T. M. Condon_____ P. S. Jordan... _.
Hertford C20
tio
66-532
®T*triS Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
Mary Brady
Woodland____501
Northampton CIO
‘Yadklnvllle ..590
Yadkin DO
‘ Yanceyvllle.. .330
Caswell Oil

Farmers Bank_______ ®ti'06
SllS.50-i0% par 50 66-474
Bank of Yadkin_______ f|'05
$95-«% par 100 66-475
Bank of Yanceyvilie.__ tl’06
66-476
Youngsvllle.-_395 Bank of Yonngsville
tl’01
Franklin E15
66-477
Zebulon______860 PAGE TRUST C0..dB®T»t§'30
Wake E15‘ M
66-4/8
It
Zebulon Banking & Tr. Co._

S. N. Parker............

- *

19,450

81,600

47,320

19,720

18,660

25,000

16,600

321.090

212,240

35,550

7,550
1,800

I. T. Blanchard.__ R. M. Griffin_____

32,500

53,000

259.000

22.900

249,600

44,300

W. J. Byerly,
S. C. Williams____ W. A. Hall _______ A. E. Holton______
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. Isaac Shore
R. L. Mitchell........ W. C. Yarbrough -- S. M. Bason .. ... T. D. Boswell____

20.000

13.440

299,770

8,000

188.460

300

15,000

10.350

231,800

J. B. Perry---------- G. T. Sikes_______ J. A. Williams____

25,000

18,380

114,340

John Norwood........

400.000

(Closed December 4, 1930)

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33.500

Winston-Salem.

320

178.680

15,000

28.060

84,850

15,000

14.650

|
195,650 4,988,020
3,824,950
742,590
(Incl.
(Br anch of ^ Raleigh, N. C.
Reserves )

N. C.

LARGEST BANK IN
THE CAROLINAS

1(10,780
■ i

48,850 N, City. N, Y.: lit and Merch, N„ Rich,;
Greenville Bkg, & Tr, Co., Greenville.
107,360 Cent.Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Norfolk N.
Bk. of Com. & Tr., Norfolk; Wach. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Winston-Salem.
71,700 Chase N..N. Y.: Norfolk N, Bk.Com. &Tr„
Norfolk: 1st & Merch. N.. Rich.
152.450 N. City. N. Y.: Far. N. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Winston-Salem.
35.410 N. C. Bk. & Tr. Co., Greensboro; Am. N.,
Danville.
43,540 Chase N., N. Y.; State-Plan. Bk. & Tr. Co.
Rich.
915,350 Bk. of N. Y. & Tr. Co., N. Y.

WE COLLECT DIRECT AND
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Number under Name or Bank Is tbe New Transit Number given
to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-MeNally Bankers*
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

TOWM AMD OOUHTT. •Mem.A.B.A.»New SStatetPriv.
»County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
Entire State in ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
No.» Fed. Res. Dist. d-SafeDep.®Sav.3LastSale%Db.
Abercrombie ..242

Richland P24

Abercrombie State Bank

par 100

77-589

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) In back of this

NORTH DAKOTA

Resources.

Liabilities.
PRESIDENT.

VICX-PRXSIDINT.

Cashier.

Ass t Cashier.

PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS.

Bond*
Cara A lx*
Loui
Surplus Depos­ Other
Miscel­ ch
Paid-up
a
Dub
>nd
nnd
AND
Liabili­
its
CAPITA!. Profits
Diaeountl B*curi«i*s laneous prom Ban*
ties

Otto Bremer-------- O. I. Moen_______ Frank Buscher___ Odin J. Wold......... S

15.000 S

10.000 $ 145,500

$ 133,120
108,200

23,130 $

14,250 Am. N„ St. P.

21,500

33,650

28,450 Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st N„ Grand Forks.

$

d©t§ 08
20,000

4,000

167,800

10,000

9,940

101,400

320

30,240

69,470

6,890

15,050 Northw. N.. Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. ft Tr. Co..
Fargo.

A. L. Bayley____ C. S. Bayley —

15,000

12,530

78,000

130

62,260

5,920

3,720

33,750 1st N. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Fargo; 1st N., St. P.;
Northw. N. and 1st N„ Minpls.

G. H, Anderson.__

10,000

15,440

142,100

138,520

970

13,180

14,870 1st N.. Mandan and Minpls.

C. J. Graber--------

10,000

4,780

57,660

13,170

18,180 1st N„ Minpls. and Grand Forks.

R. Anderson-------

15,000

700

11,500

9,000

700

15,000

10,000

8,880

76,520

52,870

11,450

4,800

26,280 Cont. Ill. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Chi.; Midland N.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Minpls.; 1st Int’l, Minot.

25,000

6,350

71,440

63,800

1.980

26,690

10,320 Northw. N.. Minpls.; 1st N„ St. P.; Bk.
of N. Dak,, Bismarck.

15,000

3,000

61,020

67,760

1,510

14,950

20,000

4,200

85,640

66 810

25,000

2,580

392.090

302,740

15,000

10,720

307,790

262,580

15,000

6,080

79,120

15,000

2,590

.Beach_____ 1263 Farmers ft Merchants Bank T. E. Hudson------- A. R. Thompson__ C. O. Halvorson ... P. J. Edkins_____
77-117
dtl’08
Golden Valley Ml $100-10%

25,000

Emil V. Slavick__ Leore Kuhlman__
Belfleld______ 653 Citizens State Bankd®*tl'09 Otto Bremer____ J. P. Schafer
77-298
Stark M4
First National Bank ..d*t’09 R. C. Davis______ Anton Anderson .. J. O. Milsten____ T. L. Esiick..
W. A. Leutz
$250 par 100 77-297

Adams_______ 345 Security State Bank.d®ti'05 T. J. Smith.............
par 100
77-316
Walsh F20
First
State
Bank___________ {Closed June 17, 19
Alamo_______ 211
Williams E3
{Closed December 6,
Bank
of
Alexander_________
Alexander___ 386
McKenzie 112
T.
De Witt--------First
State
Bank...........t§'09
Alfred________139
$160-12% par too 77-499
LaMonre 017

F. L. Goodman ___ O. H. Lundquist... Paul Skarstad.......
31)
1930)
Frank Boldt_____ R. A. Werner------ B. L. Werner____

.169 State Bank of Alice...... ti'03 A. L. Peterson.— E. M. Peterson___
Alice.
par too
77-500
Cass N22
Farmers
State
Bank d®*tl’07 E. W. Olson_____ N. E. Becklund.__
Almont____ —216
77-438
Morton N9
J. H.Wipf____
Alsen ______ 358 Farmers State Bank ...dtl'09 J. J. Graber___
par 100
77-501
Cavalier E18
{Closed June 17, 19 31)
Ambrose.—.—334 Citizens State Bank______
Divide 03
F. H. Do hi...
Farmer’s State Bank— i’19 P. N. Johnson..
$150 par 150
77-1039

Anamoose........495 Farmers State Bank__dt§’99 P. F. Bibow—......... Martin Hublou___ H. A. Waydeman
$195 par 100 77-154
McHenry Fll
O. J. Huso______ R. C. Engelstad... W. C. Haraldson...
Aneta________ 568 Peoples State Bank---- dtl’18 H. Haraldson,
Ch, of Bd. and Pres,
par 100
77-1010
Nelson 121
Antler_______ 318
Bottineau DIO
Appam______ 113
Williams E3
Arnegard------- 254
McKenzie 13

Union Bank of Antler.

{Closed June 26, 193 1 for liquidation)

Appam State Bank___

{Closed June 12, 19 31)

Farmers State Bank ..dtl’10 Olaf Drovdal__

par 100

77-503

3

O. N. Stenehjem. Arthur Hagen____
Ivar Drovdal

J. E. Sommerfeld.. B. A. Holland____ Ella Boettcher
Arthur_______ 322 First State Bank-------dtl'05 Fred Williams
par too
77-504
Cass L2S
.Ashley______1033 Ashley State Bank .dB®lS’01 J. H. Wishek_____ W. L. Johnson ... J. W. Meidineer... M. J. Kempf----F. F. Bender
$100-15% par 100 77-152
McIntosh Q16
First National Bank________ {Consolidated with F irst State Bank Sept ember 13,1930)
First State Bank...d®»tl'01 John Bischof —— M. J. Ruemmele.. A.W. Wentz......... F. J. Ruemmele ...
H. H. Jenner
J. H. Jenner
par 100
77-161
Balta_________ 110 Pierce Co. State Bank---------- {Taken orer by Citiz ens State Bank, Rug by, N. D.)
Pierce G14
H. L. Cole_______ N. H. Bert----------- J. E. Little______
Barney_______ 157 Bank of Barney_____ dtl’07 D. G. Hoxie,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
par 100
77-511
Richland P24
Barton_______170 First State Bank___________ {Consolidated with Citizens State Bank Rugby, N, D, Dece mber 27, 1930)
Pierce F13
Battlevlew___ 109 Farmers State Bank___ tl’15 Andrew Johnson— Robert Blomqnist Carl Davidson
$100 par 100 77-874
Burke E5

730

12,910

41,810

2,500 Northw. N., Minpls.

7,700 1st N„ Minpls. and Williston.

17,170

25,870 Northw. N.. Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. ft Tr. Co..
Fargo; 1st N„ St. P.

15,720

37,600

63,900 1st N.. St P.; 1st N. and Northw. N..
Minpls.; 1st N.. Bismarck.

22,340

29,150

42,110 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; 1st N„ St.
P„ Fargo. Bismarck; 1st N. and Northw.
N„ Minpls,

78,270

6,600

15,250 Fergus Falls N.. Fergus Falls, Minn.: 1st N.,
StP.

20,480

16,900

14,970

6,200 1st N„ St. P.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Minot.

11,800

371,940

316,610

46,240

21,400

24,490 1st N., Minpls. and Dickinson.

25,000

17,500

152,170

158.280

2,300

12,250

21,840 Am. N„ St. P.: Far. State, Dickinson; Bk.
of N. D., Bismarck.

25,000

26,020

461,700

177,530

238,990

14,300

106,900 Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st N. and Midland N. Bk.
ft Tr. Co.. Minpls.; 1st N.. Dickinson and
Mandan; Mellon N„ Pitt.

22,680

par 100


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First National Bank
GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA
Founded 1879

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .... $500,000.00
RESOURCES..............................About $7,000,000.00
This bank wishes to draw special attention to the fact that on account of its
central location and facilities for handling large and small business it is in a
position to render a satisfactory service to banks and bankers in the Northwest.
This bank has a Trust Department, fully equipped to handle any Trust business.
The Bond Department of this bank handles high grade bonds. Desirable
securities always on hand for sale.
A. I. HUNTER ------ Chairman
J R. CARLEY ------- President
OTTO BREMER ----- Vice President
W. H. SHULZE.................... Vice President
H. P. RICE ------- Vice President
CARTHER JACKSON - - - Trust Officer
W. M. EDMUNDS........................ Cashier

I. A. BERG -----A. M. LOMMEN - - - L. A. RULIEN ----FRED HANSEN - - - CARL BAETZER - - C. S. ROBERTSON
- OSCAR NORBY - - - -

Assistant Cashier
Assistant Cashier
Assistant Cashier
Assistant Cashier
Assistant Cashier
Assistant Cashier
Assistant Cashier

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1878 * 1931

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COUNTIES.

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Adams.............Q 6

B° I "

Barnes........M 20
Benson........ H 16
Billings............L 3
Bottineau. .Dll
Bowman......... Q 2
Burke............ D 6
Burleigh... .M 13

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Cass............M 23
Cavalier .... D 19

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Dickey............ Q 9
Divide.............D 3
Dunn.............. K 6
Eddy..............117
Emmons.... P 13
Foster.......... K 18
Golden Valley L 2
Grand Forks. H 22
Grant................. P9
Griggs..........K 20

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Hettinger.... 0 6
Kidder........ M 15

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La Moure.. .0 19
Logan...........0 16
McHenry .. .G 12
McIntosh. . .Q 16
McKenzie...... 13
McLean........J 10
Mercer............K8
Morton........ 0 11
Mountrail... .G 6
Nelson......... H 20
Oliver........... L 10

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Pembina.... D 22
Pierce...........G 14

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Ramsey........G 18
Ransom........O 22
Renville......... E 9
Ftichland.... P 24
Rolette......... D 15

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Sargent........ Q 22
Sheridan........J 13
Sioux..............R 9
Slope..............0 3
Stark..............N 5
Steele............ J 21
Stutsman.. .M 17

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Towner........ E 16
Traill.............J 24

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Walsh........... F 21
Ward............G 10
Wells............. J 15
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ESTABLISHED 1879

SECOND OLDEST BANK IN NORTH DAKOTA
Affiliated with First Bank Stock Corporation of St. Paul and Minneapolis

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to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.nNew SStatejPriv.

IMem. State B. Ass’n.
[Eitab.
‘County Seats.
Entire State in ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
No.OFed. Res. Dist d-SafeDep.©Sa?.$LastSale%Div.

Liabilities.
President.

Bentley________163 Farmers State Bank_dTtS’10 Frank Kilzer
Hettinger P7

par 100

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

77- 476

Vice-President.
C. G. Gross

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

G. A. Ruana___

$

Berlin_______ 135 Farmers & Merchants State A. E. Shockman__ John Southall......... F. B. Sullivan____
La Moure P19
Bank —77-773__ d®tS'12

Resources

Lout
Boada
Paid-up Surplus Depos­ Other
C*aa k Mi
Miscel­ ORARam,DcB
ud
and
ud
Liabili­
Capital
its
Ditoounta Saauritiae laneous prom Barks
Pbopits
ties
10.000 S

4,730 $

38,960

S

28,960 I

1,200 $

4,140 $

19,390 1st N., Minpls.

20,000

11,000

80,000

60,000

14,000

7,000

30,000 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; Dakota N..
Fargo; 1st N., Minpls.

15,000

5,500

256,080

182,340

23,590

14,970

55,680 Am. N..St. P.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co. and 1st
lnt'1, Minot; Minn. N.. Duluth.

15,000

12,000

110,000

90,000

10.000

5,000

32,000 1st N.. Drake; Am. N., St. P.; Northw.
N.. Minpls.

10,000

2,000

100,000

88,000

8,000

25,000

5,270

80,260

29,370

$100 par 100

Berthold______ 511 Bank ol Berthold ..d®»t|’05 A. C. Torgerson... Otto Bremer____
Ward 68

77-244

$250-10%

G. J. Johnson____ A. B. Torgerson...

par 100

Berwick_______ 275 Berwick StateBank.__dt§’02 O. A. Refling_____ P. O. Holland.........
E. N. Kittelson___
McHenry F13
15% par 150 77-516
Beulah_________913 German State Bank.__ tS'15 John Toting______
Robert M. Stroup.. F. O. Gentz_____
Mercer L8
$120
77-883

B. Aanderud...........

Blnford_______ 317 First National Bank...»J'06 Joseph Buchheit..
Otto Pritz________ Emil Olson______ Geo. Quanbeck ...
Griggs J19
$125 par 100 77-384
First State Bank_______

( Owned, operate d, managed

77-28

2.000,000

100,600

COMPLETE BANKING AND TRUST SERVICE.

77-33

dB®W29

t i; fer: ?E; bbl ifAWti
ADVANCE: Sight drafts, 15c minimum; 25c
minimum if paid.

Bottineau D13

Burke D7

Bowdon
Wells K15

‘Bowman__
Bowmau P3

Braddock

(Closed February 2, 1931)

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

t AFFILIATED W

77-166

d‘t'03

.303 Security Stale Bank______

(A. C. WIPER_ _ _

Emmons 014

R. C. WIPER. . . . . . . . . H. M. WESTRUM-._ _ C. A. MASTERS—

(Deposit liability as sumed by First Nati onal Bank, Fessend en, N. D„ December
.. D. G. Hogoboom... J. Cameron_______

Farmers State Bank...

353,000

231.050

107,370

Bremen

210 State Bank of Bremen.dtS’09 G. L. Hope______
Wells 116
par 100
77-523

200,000

,

290,720 3 621,820

,

,

100,050 1 725,100 1 400,290

150,750

(.Incl.
Reserves)

25,000

945,450 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N., Chi.; 1st N.,
St. P. and Minpls.

13,000

273,500

27,000

110,700

135,400

13,800

78,600 1st N.. St. P. and Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Minot.

25.000

30,380

431,510

50,120

406,690

32,520

31,180

66,610 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.: Northw. N.
and 1st N„ Minpls.; Aberdeen N„ Aber­
deen, S. D.

20.000

2.000

58,000

52,000

14,000

14,000 1st N., Minpls.

10.000

4,000

60,210

64,340

6,400

12,700 Am. N.. St. P.; lit N., Minpls.
28,900 1st N., St. P.; 1st N.. Minpls.

1930)

John Bollingberg . Albert Hope______ Roy Simms_______
D. C. McVay______

10.000

8,560

78,480

Brocket..__—.276 Farmers & Merchants Bank P. H. Kelly----------- F. L. Biua................. J. L. Trneblood
Ramsey G19
par 100
77-937
dT+5’16

Raymond Ginther.

25.000

2,000

78,570


https://fraser.stlouisfed.org
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

N., Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Fargo.

WITH
THE N ORTH WEST
BAN CORPO RATIO N

113 First State Bank_______ tf’13 Wm. Lawther_____ ____________________ A. O. Flatiand.
$100 par 100 77-830

NORTH DAKOTA Map on Index

221.540 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Northw.

(Closed November 3, 1930)

112 Farmers State Bk,..dB®t§’19 E. G. Stephens ___ Chas. Tusom............. A. F. Koehler.
Sargent Q21
$100 par 100 77-1021

Grant P9

10,250

Emmons County State Bank.. (Closed November 1, 1930)

Brampton

Brisbane _

738,420

ITH FIRST BAN K STOCK CORP ORATION

.888 First National Bank ...»f07 J. E. Phelan______ D. Stewart...
$250 par 100 77-229
C. J. Phelan
.183

64,280

210,700 6,615,620 N. City, N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.;
1st N., Minpls. and St. P.

(Closed June 22, 193 1)

Pioneer Bank___________

par 100

18,920 1st N.. Chi. and St. P.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Fargo.; Northw. N.. Minpls.

AFFILIATED WITH FIRST BANK STOCK CORPORATION.

Credit Reports, 50c.

‘Bottineau... 1322 Bottineau National Bank___

13,860

AFFILI ATED

dB®T»t'79

77-29

675,600 24 060 480 36 182 350 37 880 280,18 211820

PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN COLLECTIONS.

FIRST NATIONAL
BANK

par 100

12,500

and controlled by the State of North D ahota.

_____
DAKOTA NATIONAL J. E. DAVIS- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - J.P. WAGNER- - - - - - - H.A.E.A.BAKER_
MAYER
BK. & TR. GO.
par 100

99,630 $

30,000 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N„ Bismarck.

(Closed December 31 . 1930)

f C. F. Mudgett. M
and Dir. Gen’I.. P. H. Butler, Asst. Mgr__________
‘Bismarck „ 11,090 Bank of North Dakota.«tS’19 ■{ P. E. Halldorson. or.
Cr. Dept. Dir.
Geo. W.Janda. Au d. Dept, Dir.
Burleigh Nil

par 100

Principal Correspondents.

9,220

5,000

58,020

5,000

5,120

65,690

360

29,910

14,610 1st N.. St. P. and Grand Forks; Northw.
N.. Minpls.

Banks Advertising in this Directory give Prompt Attention to Collections and Correspondence

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers*
Countt.
‘County Seats.
Entire State in
No.9Fed.Res.Dist.

town and

»Mem. A.B.A."New 5 State fPriv.
:Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab,
oFed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
[l-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws-

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

Resources.

Liabilities.
President.

OlSHIEK.

Vice-President,

F
C

Besda
Loan
Subplus
Othbb
Miscel­
Depos­ L
and
and
iabili­
AND
its
Dueouata Snuitiw laneous
PBOPITS
ties

,

$

ASS’T CASHIER.

pnffaln
24? First National Bank...d®t02
ft. M. Peterson ... 3. L.Carmichael...
L. Peterson.
fh. of Bd. and Pres.
por 100
77-527
Cass M22"

85,740 $ 167,180 $

Cm k

Sz-

Principal Correspondents.

ch.*«m,Du>
nOM Bakzi

25,000

25,000

2,200

65,650 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Northw.
N. and 1st N„ Mlnpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Fargo; 1st N„ St. P.
39,310 1st N.. St. P.

41,390

1,000

33,510

5,560 1st N„ Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Minot.

25,000 $ 177,790

44,160 $

15,320 $

>'r

10,000

11,130

72,350

10,000

10,000

55,140

10,000

10,000

180,000

120,000

10,000

10,000

92,960

70,500

100

4,300

39,880 1st N„ Bismarck; Northw. N„ Minpls.
Stock Yds. N„ St. P.

25,000

15,580

461.520

313.410

161,520

15,860

38,810 Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st N„ Minpls. and St.
P.; Northw. N„ Grand Forks.

C. L. HARRIS-..........
/R 1 IflRI)
HARRY LORD_______ V. 0. LORD_____
H. M. SCHAFFER
tCnndo______1164 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
par 100
77-88
d|®»t’88 (AFFILIATED w 1TH FIRST BANK STOCK CORFO RATION
Towner F16

50,000

25,000

725,000

550,000

150,000

Cnrplo________ 344 First National Bank------»t'03 S. J. Rasmnssen... Oscar Herum_____ E. F. McGovern...
par 100
77-395
Ward F8

25,000

8,960

203,690

97,000

125,700

4,790

35,160 Northw. N. and 1st N„ Minpls.; 1st N. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Minot.

30.000

34,080

380,320

248,830

57,640

16,450

121,470 N. City. N. Y.: Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Chi.; 1st N„ Minpls.; Am. N., St. P.;
Minn. N„ Duluth.

R. H. Leavitt_____ O. Tollefson_____ Gladys Tollefson..
First National Bank .d®»J'10 L. Rubin,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
par 100
77-535

25.000

6,260

204,240

180,590

28,960

9,850

E. T. Carley______ H. M. Sherman___
Casselton____1253 Casselton State Bank d®t§’20
6%
77-1050
Cass M23
It
«•
First National Bank d®«t’82 M. J. Ford_______ O. F. Gray______ W. F. Strehlow — W. E. Strehlow ...
Jos. Ronck
O. F, Gray, Ch.
por 100
77-67

20,000

12,270

300,000

217,000

23,450

61,950 IstN. Bk.&Tr. Co., Fargo; Midland N. Bk.
A Tr. Co.. Minpls.; Dakota N. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Bismarck.
86,000 Am. N„ St. P.; 1st N„ Grand Forks; Dakota
N„ Fargo.

50,000

2,250

448,130

50,000

261,690

127,530

65,680

15,000

1,610

102,070

20,000

121,540

95,470 N. City. N. Y.; Stk. Yds. N„ Chi.; 1st N.
and Midland N. Bk. A Tr. Co.. Minpls.;
1st N. Bk. A Tr. Co.. Fargo; 1st N.,St.P.
6,930 Am. N„ St. P.; 1st N. and Northw. N„
Minpls.

30.000

44.090
(Incl.
Reserves)

589,850

7,220

299,390

260,130

34,560

15,000

12,610

80,040

72,920

1,750

3,590

29,380 1st N„ Chi.. Minpls. and Mandan.

25,000

27,000

203,000

95,000

119,000

8,800

57,200 Cont. 111. Bk. A Tr. Co., Chi.; Northw. N.,
Minpls.; 1st N.. St. P.

15,000

4,000

70,000

14,000

15,000 1st N„ Minpls.; James River N„ James­
town.

D. O. McCulIy........ F. Y. Lind_______

25,000

5,950

78,470

Colfax................. IK First State Bank----------- *’05 Chas. A. Tattle___ H. E. Crandell, Jr,. Wm. Roberts____ Oliver Gauslow___
Ole I. Moen
Richland 024
77-547

15,000

5,020

67,050

Williams HI

First Stale Bank------- d»t*’06 f. N. Fox_______
par 100
77-529

Burlington___ 219
por 100
Ward G9

D. A. Morken_____ [),J,l(nrlrm
H. A. Kluver___

lames Johnson,
Ch. of Bd, and Pres.

77-402

□lava Johnson .—

J. H. Wishek------- Charles Hernett.. Sail Hernett

Burnstad_____ 166 First State Bank.......... dtl’09
77-530
Logau P15

Hurt
113 Burt State Bank-----------tl'13 W. B. Tschamer _ J. C. Schleicher— E. G. Heinrich------ E. F. Roth---------1180-15%
77-779
Hettinger P7
Jos. A. Olson.__

Buxton_______410 First National Bank d®»t’84 0. S. Hanson_____
par 100
77-532
Traill J24

‘Carrington.. 1717
Foster K17

Grant PS

Wells J16

FOSTER COUNTY STATE BK.
$285-15%

par 100

77-97

CJ.

C. H0FFERT- OTTO BREMER-— GUY COOK
RALPH HALL
Direct For

H. C. DUNTLEY—-

6,330

27,500

25.000

20,000

100,000 Chase N„ N. Y.: 1st N., St. P. and Minpls.;
1st & Am. N„ Duluth.

Prom pt Personal Atten
d@*tS 96 ) Send Us Your Carrington Items
(.Fee In Advance: Plain Sight Draft s, 25c; Credit Re ports, 25c. TRY

Farmers State Bank.d®tl’15 H. Ingvaldson____ C. Sellie.................... A. O. Kanikkeberg J. W. Hardy...........
G. A. Reddig
par 100
77-901

f S'OBERTMCB'bTDL ROBERT MCBRIDE— A C CHAPMAN
Ch.
‘Cavalier_____850 MERCHANTS NATIONAL BK. <
Pembina D 21
par 100
77-164
dB®«t'05
(.AFFILIATED W ITH FIRST BAN K STOCK CORF ORATION
Cayuga
__ 219
Sargent Q 23

B. 7. Mutchler

Churchs Ferry 295 First National Bank—®*t’02 H. C. Hansen.
Ch. of Bd. and Pres
par loo
77-235
Ramsey G17

Stephen J. Dunn—

—
M. Engelhorn

Cleveland_____273 Cleveland State Bank
Daniel Sachow,
A. B. DeNault .... E. A. Michel______ DorothyHohenhaus
$150 par 100 77-543
d®t*’05 Ch, of Bd. and Pres
Stntsman M17
Clifford
„ 224 Clifford State Bank -d®»ti’98 N. D. Nelson------$100 par 100 77-544
Traill K23
A. T. Kraabel

Columbus.
51
Bnrke D5

DAKOTA Map on Index
DigitizedNORTH
for FRASER
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

20,210

77,080 Cont. Ill. Bk. A Tr. Co.. Chi.: 1st N.,
Minpls.; 1st N„ St. P.; Red River N-,
Grand Forks.

(Closed October 27,1 930)

‘Center
.
293 First State Bank ____ll'24 E. C. Hagerott.
Oliver L10
77-1079

Cogswell............ 42(
Sargent Q 21

45,850

60,000 1st N„ Minpls. and Bismarck.

25,000

60,000
6,960

86,660

10.200

10.160

56,690

7,910

6,800

9,360 IstN.. Minpls.

(See Forman)

(Closed June 13, 1< 31)

15,670 1st N„ Minpls.

..

Banks Advertising in this Directory give Prompt Attention to Collections and Correspondence

12 S9

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
eabank ln u- s- exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
•Mem.A.B.A.nNew §State fPriv.
tMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Say.$LastSale%Div

‘Cooperstown 1053
Griggs K20

ALMKLOV, „ H. A. BROWN_ _ _ _ _ R. A. HAMMER_ _ _ _
FIRST NAT’L BANK L.
Ch.of Bd. and Pres
IN C00PERST0WN
I37.S0

J Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (Indexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc, see Laws.
Resources.
Principal Correspondents.

Liabilities.

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

{

par 25 77-109 dB®*t’29

Coteau_______200 First State Bank______t*’06
Burke D7
*200
77-551

■

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

Town and Countt.
‘County Seats.
Entire State in
No.9 Fed. Res.Dist.

Loss*
Boada
Paid-up Surplus Ddfos- Other
Miscel­
and
and
and
Liabili­
Capital
ITS
Disoouata Saauritiaa laneous
Profits
ties

50,000 $

16.360 S 462,470 $

10,000

16,580

114,730

94,060

1,900

22,350

George B. Berg.__

25.000

1,350

23,370

28,140

7,500

17,490

4,580 1st N.. Minpls.

A. M. Eriksmoen_ H. T. Landers____

25,000

5.410

137.060

75.260

64.550

20.500

32,160 1st N.. Minpls.

E. S. Simons___ _

15,000

5,000

101,570

37,150

33,360

6,520

20,000

5,000

87,470

87,590

3.550

10,980

Caleb Arneitad___

10,000

4,570

107,300

A. E. Bietz______

10.000

2,000

40,180

5,600

37,220

G. H. Long_______

25,000

15,330

151,090

5,550

141,060

9,300

EO. H. JOHNSTON

$

Cue k ExCRAMM'Dtni
from Barrs

56,990 $ 332,080 $ 120,490 $

31,980 $ 101,260 N. City, N. Y.; 1st N„ Minpls. and St. P.

ITH FIRST BANK STOCK CORPO RATION
AFFILIATED W

Otto Bremer______ Anna Sorlie___

Courtenay___ 350 First National Bank...®i’02 O.E. Horland_____
H. W. Hooper____ R. B. Milne___
Stutsman L10
77-198
C. H. Prosser
Crary _______.278 First National Bank....
(Closed
May
18,
19
31)
Ramsey H18
‘Crosby______1271 First National Bk..„d®T*t’12
H. H. Martin_____ A. U. Anderson.
Divide D4
$120 par 100 77-768
First <& Security State Bank .. (Closed November 3, 1930)
Crystal_______ 314 Merchants A Farmers Bank
C.W.Clow.......... . R. A, Page...........
Pembina C23
*100-10% par 100 77-1085 dti'27
Cummings ...119 Cummings State Bank__if’92
J.
R. Carley______ Otto Bremer___
Traill J 23
77-556
Frank Crane, V.P.
Dahlcn_______ 120 First State Bank________ |’12 J. R. Carley______ Dethleff Larson
Otto Bremer___
Nelson G21
77-758
Danzig________120 Farmers State Bank____ I’ll
P. Billigmeier,
J.H. Wishek___
McIntosh Q16
par 100
77-727
Derring_______192 Deering State Bank__ dt| 06 Ch. 0} Bd, and Pres.
P. O. Holland___ _ O. A. Refling.__
„ McHenry Fll
77-477
Denholf........ ..... 325 First State Bank____®«t|’09 J. E. Davis .............
W. D. Wyard.__
Sheridan K13
»o% par 100 77-345
E. H. Wahl
‘Devils Lake..5451 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. E. Baird_______
Ramsey H18
*200-K%
77-34
®»t’85

22,110 Am. N.. St. P.; 1st N. Bowbells and Grand

Forks.

Enoch

Kirkeberg..

25.000

81,560

10,550
12,620
13,440

13,610

44,540 1st N., Minpls. and Grand Forks.
10.350 Oom’l state, St. P.; Midland N. Bk. & Tr.
Minpls.; 1st N., Grand Forks.
29,760 1st N., Grand Forks; Am. N.. St. P.
7,950 1st N„ St. P.; 1st N.. Bismarck; 1st N..
Minpls.
30,220 Am. N.. St. P.; 1st N. and Northw. N..
Minpls.; 1st Int’l, Minot.
12,750 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Fargo;: Northw. N.,
Minpls.
338,040 Chase N., N. T.; Oont. 111. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Chi.; Northw. N., Minpls.: 1st N„ St. P.

J. O. Wahl.......

10.000

51,000

1,030

52,000

1,380

5,200

B. O. OolUnaon___ Wendell Haley._.

75,000

100,260 1.529,600

49,220

718,640

670,910

26.500

Ramsey County National Bk. Blanding Fisher__ S. K. Fisher__
par 100
77-35
®»J’92

F. H. Routier_

50.000

96,270 1.524,930

48,860

702,620

696,090

16.050

305,300 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N., Minpls. and St. P.

Dickey_______ 168 Farmers A Merch. State Bk. J. A. May________
0. E. Larson__
IaMoure 019
par 100
77-458
«’09

K. A. Scea____

Lawrence Larson.

25,000

6,450

82,240

71,280

3,000

10,960

‘Dickinson ..5025 ♦Farmers State Bank
Adam A. Lefor,
Otto Bremer _
Stark M5
*200-10%
77-1037 dB®«’19 Ch. of Bd, and Pres, M. J. Raschko

28.450 1st N.. Minpls. and St. P.; 1st N. Bk. A Tr.
Co.. Fargo.

P. F. Splichal____ A. J. Becker_____

40,000

44,000

316,910

256,060

49,970

37,210

57,670 Oont. Ill. Bk. A Tr. Co.. Chi.; Am. N., St.
P.; 1st N., Bismarck.

874,210 1,115,560

152,790

152,820 Chase N.. N. Y.; Cent. Rep. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Chi.; 1st N. and Northw. N„ Minpls.;
1st N., St. P.

354,440

132,040

31,710

39,410 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N.,
Chi., Minpls., and St. P.

42,680

4.150

7,000

par 100

O. L. Hodgson.__
W. G. Elmslie

;

par 244

*FIRST NATIONAL BANK
A. Hilliard_______ R. H. Johnson.
par 100
77-48
d®K'90 A.P.Nachtwey, Ch. H. P. Johnson

T. A. Tollefson.__
Paul Mann, A. C.
A. E. Freeman,
A. C.
Anthony
Kostelecky

‘

w.

j-

G. E. Tollefson.__
W. R. Klinefelter
O. F. Hennings

100,000

W. A. Brown_____
I. G. Fisher

50,000

36,780

404,070

L. W. Wiemaa ___ Vie Rose_________

25.000

1,490

79,270

Doyon________215 Bank of Doyon________ tt’04 Wm. Saunders___
Ramsey H19
*140
77-661

H. J. Mahoney____ L. I. Nicholson__ A. L. Mathiason..

20,000

4,080

35,750

2,600

46,030

Drake--------------644 First National Bank in Drake O. A. Belling____
McHenry 113
20% par 100 77-304
d®*t’06
Dunn Center..276 Union Bank________ d®tj’24 T. A. Tollefsoi__
Dunn E6
*103-6% par 100 77-1074

H. L. Thorson........ F. J. Mohr________ H. M. Rossebo.
C. M. Holt
Herman Lentz____ O. T. Evenson____ P. M. Ebeltoft

25,000

30,000

425,000

25,000

295,000

110.000

15.000

3,860

78,430

55,330

21,780

6,000

Dunseltb_____ 484 Security State Bank
O. S. Orwoll_____
Rolette D14
par 100
77-234 dB®«’05

E. J. Chapman____ A. C. Chapman-

H. E. Falk_______

20,000

5,000

199,270

129.050

25.300

18,060

51,860 1st N.. Minpls.; 1st N., St. P. and Grand
Forks.

Ruth Newsom.
H. E. Walz

25,000

15,000

250.000

165,000

48.000

9,000

68,000 1st N.. Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Fargo.

15,000

1,500

79,500

47,600

30,500

♦Liberty National Bank
A. W. Sadowsky.. J. P. Berringer_
par 100 77-902
d®«t’16
Vincent Kovash

*170

Dickinson Clearing House..
(Members indicated by a*)
Donnybrook.
Ward F8

77-1070

Edgeley___ _ 821 Security National Bank.»t’22 E. G. Bioedow___ E. G. Meyer______
C. W. Barges___
LaMoure P18
par 100
77-1063
Ed more_______ 395 Union State Bank.__ ®»t§’05 Theo. Albrecht
Ramsey F19
*100 par 100 77-579

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369,740

66,750

Anthony
W. R. Klinefelter, Grover Tollefson,
See, and Mgr,
Kostelecky
Tr.

259 First National Bank___ oj’22 H. Borneke_____
par 100

84,080 1.741.560

.. M. A. Nye_______ Oswald Braaten.

11,940

51.930 1st N„ Minpls. and Minot.

4.450 1st N.. Minpls.; Red River N. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Grand Forks.
100.000 Northw. N. and 1st N., Minpls.; Am. N„

St. P.
14,180 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N.. Dickinson

17,900 Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st N., Grand Forks.

Banks Advertising in this Directory give Prompt Attention to Collections and Correspondence

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
nen to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Band-McNally Bankers*
I4OU Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass*n.

Town and County.
*County Seats.
Entire State in
No. 9Fed.Res.Dist.

•Mem.A.B.A.«New § State tPriv.
tMem. Stats B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®SaY.$LastSale%Div.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) In back 01 this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

Resources.

Liabilities.
President.

Elgin_____ ____ 505 Elgin State Bank....d®t!'10 A. B. Hageman.__ E. D. Hageman.
par 100
77-479
Grant P8

ASS'T CASHIER.

Cashier.

Vice-President.

Principal Correspondents.

Bonda
C.aa k ZxLoui
Subplus Depos­ Othcb
Miscel­ cuaaaa,l>n
Paid-up
and
and
Liabili­
and
its
DUcounta Saeuritiaa laneous non Baku
Capital Profits
ties

1.500 I 150,000

15,000

J. E. Strohmaier ..

{

40.500 Midland N. Bk. & Tr.. Min pis.; 1st N..
Mandan.

$ 120,000 $

6,000

565,020

141,970 I

52,910

202,870 1st N..Chi., St. P„ and Aberdeen; Northw.
N. and 1st N., Minpla.
60,010 Cont. HI. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N. and
Am. N., St. P.; 1st N. and Northw. N.,
Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr., Fargo.
62,770 Chase N.. N. Y.; 1st N., Chi.; 1st N. and
Mid. N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Minpls.; 1st N..
St. P.; Dak. N., Fargo.

B. R. Crabtree,
B. F. Crabtree------ W. L. Briley____ L. L. Coleman----tEllendale.... 1261 First National Bank
W. S. Boom
par 100
77-85 d®T»t’93 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
Dickey Q19

50,000

32.500

855,280 $

Roy Rasmusson...

27.000

23,080

426,980

327,900

77,760

11,390

PeoplesandEnderlinStateBk. E. T. Danielson---- F. G. Oehlke------- F. G. Oehlke____ A. B. Anderson.—
Lena Selvig
77-70 d®«t5’92 Wm. Fraedrich.CA. Thomas Pierce

25.000

17,490

324.380

278,320

15,910

9,870

15,000

12,800

66,000^

55,000

13,000

6.000

19,800 1st N.. Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. &Tr. Co.. Fargo.

15,000

3,000

165,000

120,000

21,000

7,000

35,000 Cout. 111. Bk. ATr. Co.. Ohl.: 1st N„ Minpls.
aud St. P.; Bk. of N. Dak., 3ismarck.

30,000

27,830

521.380

208,080

295,630

15,000

60.510 Cont. Ill. Bk. A Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N..8t. P.:
1st N.. Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. A Tr. Co..
Fargo.

140,330 2.502.300

150,000 1,533.020

826,610

11,800

676.460 N. City, N. Y.; 1st N„ ChL; Am. N.,
St. P.; 1st N., Minpls.

356,860

535.330

92,250

Enderlln........ 1839 Citizens State Bank -d®tS'07 P. O. Holland------ W. W.Shaw-------- J. M. Thorson___
Rob’t Lindemann
par 100
77-71
Ransom 022

25,000

par 100

(Closed November 10 . 1930)
Williams G3
Erie__________ 262 Farmers State Bank d®«tl’07 H. L. Schroeder. Duncan Bissett.
Ch, of Bd. and Pres.
par 100
77-577
Cass L23
Esmond______ 313 First International Bank tl’01 E. O. Craig---------- M. H. Engel —
77-291
Benson H15

Epplng________ 183 Citizens State Bank .

H. L. Hill_______

A. A. Mosher-------

A. W. Engel_____

Fairmount.__ 611 National Bank of Fairmonnt G. E. Ballard......... B. W. Schouweiler E. W. Schouweiler. Stella Whitehead .

Richland Q25

*160-10%

77-285

par 100

Lizzie M. Cox

»t'21

Falkirk .................37 Falkirk State Bank_____

(Closed October 18, 1930)

McLean K10
.Fargo______28,619

Casa M25

STERN_ _ _ _ A. W. FOWLER-..
'DAKOTA NATIONAL ALEX.
OTTO BREMER.
P. W. CLEMENS
M. KAUFMAN,
WILLIAM STERN
.60-6%
ar 100

RAN
If dB®**’11
DHUIV 77-12

R.H, BUTTERWICK - 0. J. BOYLE

1M.I00

V. P.
v. P.

(Ind,

SEND US YOUR FARGO ITEMS DIRECT FOR PROMPT
PERSONAL ATTENTION.

Reserves)

‘FARGO M. HECTOR- - - - - - - - - - T. 0. HUGHES- - - - - - - F. M. HECTOR. —NATIONAL BANK
WE INVITE YOUR BUSINESS.
IRISH‘FIRST E. J. WEISER- - - - - - - F.tA.ym
r—™BELL
tin
G.w.JEisor°4»ISON
NATIONAL DANK

50.000

80,350

002,710

50,000

08,620

V. P. and Cash.

par 100

77-3

d®»t’9

300,000

100 7 7-1

dB®T»t’7H

‘MERCHANTS
NATIONAL RANK
&TRUST COMPANY
77-2 dB®T«t'90

‘NORTHERN
AND

Oldest and Largest Bank in North Dakota.
Thoroughly equipped to handle your business over the entire Northwest.

"frxm,. f:E: WUF- tkMr

77 4

429,310 2.060.040 Chase N„ N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr.
Co., ChL; 1st N. and Northw. N.,
Minpls.; 1st N„ St. P.

AFFILIATED WITH THE NORTHWEST BAN CORPORATION.
250,000

70,570 2,091,010

120,070 1,683,260

072,330

130,030

033,530

SiStWk- OTTO BREMER .......

168,090

FIRST BANK STOCK CORPORATION

tEMh?-

hmt

Tr. Co*., Chi.; 1st N., Minpls. and St.
P.

AFFILIATED WITH

We have built up and maintain our business on a policy of
SERVICE and SAFETY. Equipped to give personal
attention to any business In the northwest.
150,000

A. Sec.
PANY

572.420

178,410

221.820

275,000 2,300,000 1,304,700 3,375,600

312,000

52,100

133,130 710.130
(Incl.
Reserves)
BUSIN ESS.

143,100

Dakota N., Fargo.

dB®TtS’02

M.Comwall,S«c.
♦Northwestern Mutual Sav.& Herbert L. Loomis H. H. Wooledge... James McGuigan, A.
Tr. I.O.Nordhaug.A.S.
Loan Ass'n.77-6 .—®t§’93
Fargo Clearing House----- ■- E. J. Weiser_____ A 1C A
I
(Members indicated by a*

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7,290 3,530,020 2,441,000

A. Tr. Off.

TO RENDER EFFICIENT SERVICE ON ALL TRUST COM
DAK0TATRUSTC0. EQUIPPED
Underwriters and distributors of Municipal and Corporation Bonds.
par 100

370,370 7,778,800

SEE ADVERTISEMENT ON N0NTH DAKOTA INDEX.

A. Tr. Off.

& TRUST CO.
12% par

Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st
N., ChL; 1st N., St. P.; Midland N.
Bk. & Tr., Minpls.; 1st & Am. N.,
Duluth.

OkUl U

—

Frank R. Scott,
Sec.
Sec.and
andMgr.
Mar.

Banks Advertising in this Directory give

#

Prompt

140,000 Guaranty Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Cont. 111. Ilk. A
Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N.. St. P.; 1st N. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Fargo.
_

Attention to Collections and Correspondence

lOAl

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County
‘County Seats.
Entire State in
No. 9 Fed. Res.Dist

•Mem. A.B. A. «New §State t Prii
{Mem. Slate B. Ass’n.
[Estab.
♦Fed. Ites.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div

President.

Vice-President,

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

Paid-up Surplus
and
Capital Profits

Steele County National Bank.. | (Closed July 27,
Flasher Slate Bank______

(Closed November

First Bank of Flaxton d«${’03
*160 par 100 77-341
Forbes State Bank .dB©t5’05
par 100
77-581

vnlnmo

II

Resources.
Other
Loans
Bonds
Cash k Ex­
Depos­ Liabili­
Miscel­ changes
and
and
, Dui
its
ties
Discount! Securities laneous from Banks

25,006 S

45,006 S 345,006 ______

15,006

10,000

25,006

6,000

135,000 $

15,000

8,000

150,000

100,970

S 325,006 $

25,000

'

47,386

83,006

$

13.46C

Principal Correspondents.

■

47,800 Am. N., 8t. P.; 1st N. and Northw. N„
Min pis.
21,080 Chase N„ N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. &Tr„ Chi.;
Northw. N. and 1st N„ Minpls.; 1st N.
Bk. & Tr. Co.. Fargo.
43,000 1st N , Minpls. am, St. P.; 1st N. Bk. &
Tr. Co., Fargo.

18,000

35,000 1st N., Minot, Minpls,, and Fargo.

121 nun

68,000

22,000

33,000

28,000 Cont. Ill, Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Northw. N„
Minpls,; lstN., St. P.

261,820

208,320

10,840

26,250

36,820 Am. N„ St. P.; 1st N., Minpls. and Grand
Forks.
13,500 1st N„ Grand Folks; Am. N„ St. P.

9.006

8. 1930)

30,000
10,000

10,410

Forest River... 198 Forest River State Bank
J. R. Carley_____ Evans M. Scott___ A. E. Halverson.— Alice S. Woods___
Walsh G22
77-583
d®t§'92
•Forman_____ 386 Bank of Sargent County
Alex Stern............. Wm. Stern ............. Gilmen Maltrud... Edna Tsaksnn
par 100
77-1071
©•t§’22
Sargent Q22
Harold Dyste
(Succeeds Bank of Coosuiell, Cogswell, N, D.)

15,000

4,900

75,000

54,500

15,000

11,900

15,000

2,750

102,000

72,000

6,000

7,750

10.000

2,000

58,450

39,220

7,360

_

k

32,006

Otto Bremer______ W. J. Johnston.__ Jack Bannerman...

First National Bank_______ (Closed November

$

UnlldnTrc.

107.000

*230-12%

Fortune____ .196 First International Bank____
Divide 02
•Fort Tates_____ 400
First State Bank—dB®»${’15
*100 par 100 77-717
Sioux Q12
Foxholm____ ..219 Foxholm State Bank________
Ward F9
Fredonla.___._394 First State Bank_______ ${'07
.Logan P17.
77-587

TT'nr Vntoroct Ratoc

1931)

- E. Webb............... .. B. B. Biar___ ____
M. B. Farmer
A. S. Marshall____ Martin Erbele____

Ford vllle_____ 442 Farmers & Merchants State J. R. Carley „
Walsh G21
Bank------ 77-720 dB©t§’ll

nauniu* limn \iii-

dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) in back of this

Liabilities.

•Fessenden.... 738 First National Bank__ »tl900 P. O. Holland____ - O. A. Refling.......... J. E. Johnson____ H. M. Gedrose____ $
Wells J15
77-143
G. H. Gorder
Wells County State Bank
. A. L. Netcher_____
E. I. Nordtorp____
12% par 100 7 7-142
d©t8’93
R. C. Adams
FIngal.... ___ 324 First National Bank________ N. P. Langemo.__. JohnGruman_____ G. L. Hollanitsch— N. P. Mahlum........
*135 par 100 77-211
d®«t '03
Barnes N2J

•Finley.______ 587
Steele J21
Flasher ............ 346
Morton 010
Flaxton______ 423
Burke D7
Forbes_______ 265
Dickey R18

V-------

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

34,000 Dak. N„ Fargo; Am. N„ St. P.

22, 1930)

(Closed June 18, 19;11)
A. O. Schimansky, Louis Endres_____ M. J. Reichert____
Ch. ofBd. and Pres
(Closed November 25, 1930)

23,870 1st N„ Bismarck and Minpls.

B. B, Pruetz Smith M. O. Buechler.__ Sharpe Prnetz........

10.000

10.220

93,800

67,790

22,200

6,10<)

18,410 1st N„ Chi,, Bismarck, and Minpls.

P. Billigmeier..__

10.000

15.800

117,930

69,500

38.300

5,130

30,800 Northw. N.. Minpls.; 1st N., Bismarck.

25.000

10,000

245,000

208,000

Gardar__ ______75 Gardar State Bank_____t{’08 S. M. Breidfjord.. Hans Einarson___ A. Johnson ..
Pembina E21
77-591

10.000

5,900

47,000

Garrison_____1024 First National Bk.inGarrison A. A. Yonker_____ J. W. Robinson.... C. J. Ehlers______ C. D. Robinson ___
McLean J9
*150 par 100 77-27 2
d®‘f09

25,000

5,160

173,960

Gascoyne_____ 97 First State Bank——d©»t§’09 L. E. Olson..
Bowman Q4
*222-10% 77-594

10.000

10.000

90,000

89,000

1,000

GUby..__ ____ 320 First State Bank— .dB®t§’17 A. 1. Hunter______ W. W. Erb............... A. A, Holmauist... O. B. Graff ..
Grand Forks G22 par 100
77-979

15.000

4,430

81,760

59,690

11,400

12,080

18,030 LstN., St. P. and Grand Forks; Northw.
N„ Minpls.

Gladstone___ 363 Gladstone State Bank„_${’05 John Dolwig_____ P. J. Kirsch______ Regina Duckhorn.
Stark M6
par 250
7 7-597

15,000

12,000

l?n mo

110,000

7,000

11,000

24,000 Cont. 111. Bk. &Tr. Co., Chi.; 1st N., Minpls.
and Dickinson.

Glenburn_____263 Lincoln State Bank— d®t5’03 H. W. Healy______ Effle O. Healy........ F. O. Healy______ P. B. Anderson—
Renville F10
par 100
77-385

15,000

11,730

124,860

96,510

14,530

10,860

29,680 1st N., Minpls. and Minot.

f MICHAEL TSCHIDA DAVID CANNELL_ _ J. R.F1SCHFR
PETER V. HERMES Glen l llln___ 950 FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN
ADAM BERGER
A- P- RAUSCH
Morton N8
GLEN ULLIN____dB©»t’05 I AFFILIATED
*100-25% par 100 7 7-126
WITH FIRST BA NK STOCK COR PORATION.

25.000

19,720

510,490

349,150

119,040

47,650

82,920 1st N.i Minpls., St. P., and Bismarck.

Golva..................325 First State Bank______ ${'14 F. W. Stevens____ L. H. Kremers........ J. L. Tschida_____
Golden Yalley N11
7/-84S

15,000

7,050

154,160

76,310

4,740

11.460

83,700 1st N., Minpls ; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo,

German State Bank—,d${'14 J. H. Wishek—
*185—10%
77-839
Fry burg............ 113 First Stale Bank________

Billings M3

J. K. Gohring..........

ens State Bank, Bel field, N.D., Septemb er 13, 1930)

Gackle......... .....493 First National Bank ,d®$'25 A. F. Lehr_______ O. W. Fode______ J. M. Hummel____
Logan 017
15% par 100 77-487
State Bank of Gackle_____

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

480

36,490 Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st N. Bk.
Fargo; 1st N„ St. Paul.

&

Tr. Co.,

(Closed August 28, 1930. Deposit liabil ity assumed by First National Bank)

N. E. Buckman.__ L. V, Skoglund ___ H. W. Ness_______

4,100

43,550

41,700

2,000

10,300

13,000 1st N., Minpls. and Grand Forks.

34,850

12,350

46,150 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N., Minot,
20,000 1st N., Minpls,

Banks Advertising in this Directory give Prompt Attention to Collections and Correspondence

Number under Name or Bank Is the New Transit Number given
1 9 A9 to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers*
J.4U4 Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass*n.
Tows and County.
‘County Seats.
Entire State in
No. 9Fed.Res.Dist.

oMem.A.B.A.nNew } State tPrhJMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond

President.

Vice-President.

CASHIER.

ASS’T CASHIER.

d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div

Goodrich......... 468 Citizens State Bank—d®ti’06 J. E. Davis____ _ W. D. Wyard.
Sheridan KI4
par 100
77-207
First National Bank—©*t'06 H. G, Perske_____ G. Buechler____
F. Billinas
par 100 77-266

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In*
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) In back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

Edw. Mauch_____ R. S. Troyer—-

Resources.
Liabilities.
Bond*
Loan*
Surplus
Other
MIBCBLDspos- Liabili­
Paid-up
and
and
AND
ITS
Capital Profits
DUeounti BaanritUa LANBOU*
ties
$

P. J. Reimer------- R. E. Martin—

10,000 $

$ 121,790 S

18,820 $ 149,060

5,430 $

25,000

22,000

225.900

141,970

52.000

100,000

39,600

813,540 $ 100,000

524,020

369,480

Principal Correspondent*.

22,380 S

28,280 Northw. N.. Minpls.: 1st N. Bk. &Tr. Co..

17.090

61,840 1st N„ St. P.; Midland N. Bk. & Tr..

20,100

139,530 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.: 1st N..St.P.; Northw.

Fargo; 1st N„ St. P.
Minpls.

|15<M0%

Grace City ....455 First State Bank_____________

( Closed,

July, 1981)

Foster J18

‘Grafton______8136
Walsh F22

GRAFTON
NATIONAL BANK
8% par 100 77-00

‘Grand Forks
17,112

G. Forks H24

d©T»t’83

f F. A. MOORE------- JOHN DONELLY------- 0. M. UPHAM-------

L. MAURITSON ....

N„ Minpls.

Iaffiliated WITH THE NOR THWEST BANC OBPORAT ION

-- eunrfiMr? SEW,
FIRST NATIONAL t ms
e,**.
. .■*
c.mu*"*;
■l BANK
SEE ADVERTISEMENT ON INDEX TO NORTH DAKOTA. OSCAM NOBBY
h p

400,000

243,550 5.600,700

396,880 2.585.750 2,360,770

497.030 1,197.570

Tr. Off. C. S. ROBERTSON

77
par 100

d|®W79

J. T. Neville, Tr...
J. Grassick---------- M. C. Bacheller,
See.

100.000

*RED RIVER
F. C. GISTAFSSON D.
I:fcMEZIE
NATIONAL BANK COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE.

125,000

F. L. Goodman.
Northwestern Trust Co.
tioo par 100 77-19
TtS’06

w.

a.

McIntyre -fctlW*1

210,200

2,000

38,800

269,690

33,210

135,300 1,190.190

19.050

412,610

770,550

17,060

55,000

Chase N. and Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr.
Co., N.
1st N. and Cont. III. Bk. &
Tr. Co., Chi.; 1st N. and Am. N.. St.
P.; Northw. N., Midland N. Bk. & Tr.,
and 1st N., Minpls.; 1st & Am. N.,
Duluth; Royal Bk. of Can., Winni­
peg.

25,500 1st N. and Red River N„ Grand Forks.

263,920 National City, New York; Continental

AFFILIATED WITH FIRST BANK STOCK CORPORATION

nilnols Bank & Trust Co., Chicago;
First National, Minneapolis: First
National, St. Paul.

& TRUST CO.
77-17

dB®T*t’29

rand Forks Clearing Howe C. W. Ross_______
?IMembers
indicated by a*)

E. A. Hoff, Tr____
H. P. Rice.............. I. A. Berg,
See. and Mgr,

Granville......... 450 First State Bank_____________ (.Deposit liabilities assumed by Northw estern Bank)
McHenry Gil

3,000

100,000

70,000

4,000

70,000

45.000

4,370
15,000
Northwestern State Bank
A. K. Lee________ T. K. Lee.............. E. S. Lee_______ C. L. Lien____
par 100
77-1072
dt5’24
st
National
Bank
of
Oakes,
N
.
D.)
ities
assumed
by
Fir
(Closed
February
2,
1931.
Deposit
liabil
Guelph State Bank________

57,340

36,340

^Northwestern Bank..@§’31 R. L. Richardson.. R. M. Watson-------- S. E. Rogers______ W. F. Schutt.
par 100
77-1090

Gottlieb Pasbrig— H. A. Golbrick...
Great Bend___ 169 Fanners State Bank...dtl’05 George Worrier.
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
par 100
77-004
Richland F25
Grenera______487
Williams E2
Guelph___ ___ 155
Diekey Q20
Gwlnner_____ .326
Sargent P22

Gwinner State Bank.dTt§’30 T. H. Knaack-------- C. M. Swenson ..
10% par 100 77-607
M. J. Drobny, Ch.

Hague________364 First State Bank ___®Tt§’15
*178
77-876
Emmons Q14
Halllday._____ 305 Security State Bank__e}|'ll
S157.M
77-737
Dunn K6
par 100
Hamar......... .....127 First Slate Bank___________
Eddy 119
Hamberg_____ 187 Farmers State Bank d®t§15
1185-10%
77-861
Wells 116
par 100

O. F. Worner.

M. J. Drobny____ Mrs. T. H. Knaack

S. A. Fischer------- Joseph Diliman... J. J. Jaeger-------- M. E. Johnson..
O. Lingenfelter... Hans Dlsness____ W. Christensen — Wm. J. Stegmeier.

15,000

15,000

Minot.
14,000
2,620

15,000

7,850

58,640

62,040

25,000

13,500

160,000

130,000

50,000
2,870

30,000 1st N„ Minpls.; Citiz. N., Wahpeton.

7,910

29,840 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N., Minot.

3,500

28,740

15,940 Cont. Ill. Bk. &Tr. Co.. Chi.: Midland N.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Minpls.; Fergus F. N„
Fergus F„ Minn.
35.000 Northw. N.. Minnls.; Aberdeen N„ Aber­
deen, S. D.
33,150 1st N„ Minpls.

21,000

15.000 1st N„ Minpls.: Am. N.. St. P.

10,000

5,000

171,270

121,500

15,000

5,000

130,000

114,000

15,000

3,240

78,220

64,910

8,490

5,470

10,000

132,810

14,110

17,430

30,230 1st N., Minpls. and Grand Forks.

43,570

146,610

54,700

24,160

25,220 1st N., Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Fargo.

(Closed December 13 , 1930)
G. L. Hone--------- H. O. Scheer____ S. G. Stenerodden. Arthur L. Myhro..

Hamilton_____151 Bank of Hamilton.dB®»J§’86 William Page----- Robert Kippen.
J. F. Kippen
$100 par 100 77-610
Pembina D22

Franklin Page___ J. E. Argne.......

Hampden_____222 First National Bank-------1’04 Martin Rimestad.. Tver Iverson------- Y. A. Nelson
par 100
7 7-347
Ramsey F18

25,000

8,140

151,440

Hanklnson... 1400 First National Bank _d®»$’92 H. A. Merrifleld... W. C. Forman. Jr.. L. O. Kretchman. J. A. Roth----------par 100
Richland Q24
77-72

30,000

15,030

162,090

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18,000 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,

30,000

17,570 Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st N.. Minpls. and Grand

Forks.

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Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
1 9A-3 to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

town and County. •Mem.A.B.A.nNew§StatetPri».

Liabilities.

^County Seats. t.Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
Entire State in ♦Fed. Res. Depts :T-Trust B-Bond
No. 9 Fed.Res.Dist. d-SafeDep.©Sav.$Last8ale%Div.

President.

Hannaford.__351 Security State Bk. ...dBtS’27 C. O. Johnson...
1120-14% par 100 77-1086
Griggs K20

Vice President.

CASHIER.

Ass’t Oaseier.

H. E. Smith_____ A. C. Brown_____
A. E. Johnston

$ 15,000 $

f AUGUST PETERSON,
JORGENSON
J. J. REIMER_ _ _ _
J Ch.ofBd.and Pres JOHN
Harvey______ 2157 FIRST NATIONAL
s. s. r-----RENFREW
12% par 100 7 7-78
d®«tl900 l AFFILIATED WITH LFIRST B
Wells 114
ANK STOCK C ORPORATION

fchMIP"—

Harwood...........79 Harwood State Bank
Arthur Waa____
Cass M24
5% par 140 77-1036 d®»t§’14

C. Brandvik.........

Hatton______ 804 Farmers & Merch. Nat'l Bk. O. Eielson______
Traill J22
4215-10% par 100 77-158 d®t’05

C. S. Anderson ___ H. M. Nash______ G. M. Olson.

J. C. Stennes...

Resources.

Loua
Bondi
Paid-up Subplus Dbpob- Otheb
Cash k ExMiscel­ OHAROM'DTn
and
and
AND
Liabili­
Capital
ITS
Diaeounta SaeuritiaB laneous prom Baku
Pbofits
ties

5,000 $

42,420

75,000

$ 41,000 $

834,380 $ 44,590

534,720

194,990

95,000

8,000

207,950

18.000

8.500

110,000

25,000

22,540

544,260

26,770

312,120

Havana_______271 Havana State Bank_.dt§1900 G. A. Klefstad___ VV. W. Hastings... C. El. Castle_____
Sargent R22
77-613

15,000

6,460

87,290

650

53,650

Hazclton_____ 446 Bank of Hazelton ..d@«t§’03 F. J. Appert___
Emmons 013
par 100
7 7-403

Geo. Monteith..

25,000

9.500

165,000

Haaen.... ..........689 Union State Bank..d®»t§’08 John Young___
par 150
77-278
Mercer E9

C. G. Fuerst_____ R. M. Stroup____ G. J. Krein_____

15,000

1,300

101,230

G. A. Lenhart___ Carl Opheim__

Heaton______ 196 Farmers State Bank._®»t§’07 G. R. Turner____ L. 0. Turner_____ C. I. Turner_____
H, I. Turner.__
Wells K16
77-459

26,000 S

4,000 $

39,970

Principal Correspondents.

24,000 Northw. N„ Minpls.: 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Fargo.

201,700 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Chi.; 1st N.. Minpls. and St. Paul.

33,500 Midland N. Bk. & Tr., Minpls,; Merch.
N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo.
18,910
3,500

79,590 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.
Fargo; 1st N., Grand Forks.
52,250 1st N„ Minpls. and St. P.

135,000

9,000

25,000

30,000 1st N., Chi. and Bismarck; 1st N. and
Northw. N., Minpls.

16,800

84,450

4,310

22,370

23,200 Northw.N.. Minpls.; 1st N. and Bk. of N.
D„ Bismarck.

10,000

6,080

81,160

52,100

16,800

7,990

30,000

55,660

525,780

25,000

403,390

141,830

29,920

20,340 Cont.Ill. Bk. ft Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N. Bk. ft
Tr. Co.. Fargo: Am. N., St. P.
61,280 Cont. 111. Bk. ft Tr.Co., Chi.; 1st N., Mandan, Minpls., and St. Paul.

Hell_________ 114 Farmers State Bank__dtJ’15 H. J. Laub______ Geo. Rath_______ J. G. Sept_______
Grant P9
par 100
77-864

15,000

1,000

40,000

8,250

40,000

2,800

16,150

Helmdal_____ 110 State Bank of Heimdal
S. A. Bye________ J. M. Bye________ A. H. Bakken...
Wells 115
4200-10%
77-615 d®»t*’10

5,300 1st N.. Minpls.; Dakota N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Bismarck.

10,000

13,040

140,730

2.950

119,080

25,000

36,290

385,980

285,140

54,200

25,000

45,350

382,860

138,190

98,770

50,000

15,630

659,520

63,570

549,430

137,080

51,330

50,000

7.500

359,820

13,970

258.200

90,630

48,790

33,660 1st N., Chi.; Midland N. Bk. ft Tr. Co,
Minpls.; 1st N., Grand Forks.

25,000

390

220,270

111.200

93,980

7,740

32,820 Northern State. Grand Forks; 1st N,
Minpls.

15,000

8.930

58,100

44,440

11,240

5,260

21,180

Horace______113 Burrell State Bank..d®t§'25 Delia Burrell____ Thos. Burrell___
S. F. Murphy____
Cass N24
par 100
77-1083

15.000

4.930

46,720

42,250

5,510

3,540

15,350 Fargo N„ Fargo; 1st N„ Minpls.

Hunter______406 First National Bank___ «J’03 O. W. Parkhurit .. H. H. Carr ___
Cass L23
par 100
77-287

30,000

13,410

163,570

126,590

21,000

5,000

64,150 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo; 1st N„ Minpls.

L. A. TAVIS.

Ch.of Bd.andPres

Hebron______1348 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Morton M7
4305-20%
77-184 d®*t’03
par 100

AFFILIATED

KURT H. KRAUTH_ _ G. H. LEICK- - - - - - - - - A. E. FUNK_ _ _
WITH FIRST B ANK STOCK C ORPORATION

‘Hettinger___1292 Adams County State Bank J. G. Johns___
Tom Stevens____ J. O. Wigen_____ Nels J. Smith___
Adams Q5
4200-12% 77-137
d®»t8’07
R. A. Bott
par 100
First National Bank __d»t’07 A. G. Newman,
J. F. Tracy_
H.
O.
Ekeland..
4250 par 100 77-136
Ch, of Bd, and Pres.

fE. R. SARLES....... P. R. PETERSON_ _ _ E. A. IVERSON-—

•Hillsboro.__1317 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Traill K24
par 100
77-94
__ ®*}’81

[

AFFILIATED WITH THE NOR THWEST

P. E. RUORUD. . . . . . . . .
W.S. CHRISTIANSON

29,420

BANC ORPORATION

Peoples State Bank.d®»J5’18 O. O. Hovde,
Julius Henka____ Oscar O. Olson___ J. S. Flaa_____
par 100
77-992
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. Oscar O. Olson
Chas. R. Argali
Hoople_______325 Farmers State Bank..dJ5’20 W. C. Treumann .. Wm. Ginder ____ O. A. Ruud_______
Amanda Johnson..
Walsh E21
4100 par 100 77*1048
Hope------------- 535 First State Bank..............§’31 H. E. Smith___
Steele K21
77-725

14,010

J. O. Jacobson___ M. G. Pederson ... Maurice
Harrington

(Formerly Pillsbury State
Bank, Pillsbury, N. D.)
Security National Bank_____ (Closed March 13,19 31)

W6ll8 K14

A. M. Parkhurst__

9,760

33,620 Am. N., St. P.
78,510 Cont. III. Bk. & Tr.Co., Chi.; Stock Yds.N..
So. St. P.; 1st N., Minpls.; 1st N„ Aber­
deen. S. D.
216.260 1st N., Chi.; Northw. N. and Midland N.
Bk. & Tr., Minpls.; 1st N.. St. P.; Aber­
deen N.. Aberdeen, S. D.; 1st N. Bk. &Tr.
Co., Fargo.
50,880 N. City. N. Y.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo;
Northw. N., Minpls.

220 Farmers & Merch. Bank____ (Closed October 13, 1 930)

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j

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1264

Nnmber under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and County.
♦County Seats.
Entire State No. 9
Fed. Res. Dist.
♦Jamestown..8187
Stutsman M18

iMem.A.B.A.nNew § State tPriv
Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Ues.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
J-SafeDep.®Sav.?LastSale%Div.

JAMES RIVER
MT’LBK.&TR.GO.
par

100

77-42 dB©T»i’81
*THE

,#

_

“

NATIONAL BANK
& TRUST GO.
par 25

President.

1. e.

Vice-President.

ASS’T CASHIER.

Cashier.

J. E. MCELROY,

100.000 1

73,790 1620190

$ 910,740

465,180

L. R. HATTEN,

Tr. Off.
Oldest and

98,700 5 319.350 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Northw. N , Minpls.
1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo.

AFFILIATED WITH THE NORTHWEST BAN CORPORATION

R. R. WOLFER_ _ _ _ _ H. C. FLINT_ _ _ _ _ _ _ R. M. STANGLER,
E. W. MU ELLER - ---Cash, and Tr. Off. tIHtL M. NtnHtnnT
L. B. NIEMEYER,

ioo,ooo|

39.7801 1.501,910|S

19,450|

810,030|

519,850|

86.520

251.460 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N.,
St. Paul and Minpls.

Ch. of Bd.

AFFILIATED WITH FIRST RANK STOCK CORPORATION
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE

77-43 dB©T»t’29

Farmers State Bank ..©tS’18 O H Wirtz
par 100
77-1011
First National Bank.__dt’06 P. O. Holland........
10% par 120 77-463
First National Bank.. ®«t'97
1220-7% par 100 77-170

First State Bank__ d®»t§’92 Otto Isaak.
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
$175-9%
77-169
par 100
♦Lakota______ 860 NATIONAL BANK OF LAK0TA
par 100
77-106 d®*il900
Nelson H19

J. L. De Nault, Sec.
J. P. Wagner_____ H. 0. Dettmann.__ G. F. Maier.............

10.000

4,520

88,520

8,500

93,080

2,750

9,690

A. A. Mickelsen... E. A. Mickelsen... K. J. Hoiberg_____

25.000

7,560

196,680

7,000

167,070

5,350

33,690

David Clark, Jr.... David Clark, Jr.... J. H. Sinclair, Jr. .
P. W. Dahl

25,000

17,500

272,500

51,500

229,500

53,750

17,750

30,130 Cont. III. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.: 1st N..
Minpls.: 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Fargo.
65,500 N. City, N. Y.; 1st N.. St. P.; Northw. N.
and 1st N„ Minpls.

R. H. Poff................

50,000

25,910

357,610

40,970

301,280

89,710

34,460

49.030 Cont. III. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Northw. N.
Minpls.; 1st N„ Mandan.

S. E. Trueblood ...

20,000

18,600

393,060

216,070

104,070

6,210

.
J. R. Carley______ J. M. Nash.............. A. F. Ohi_____
Otto Bremer
O. A. Refling........ . W. H. Gjerdingen. R. M. Sletten-------

15,000

5,540

124.470

98.750

370

22.000

25.000

5,460

135,570

6,850

79,450

35,270

7,780

John Bischof_____ W. M. Wilken____ T. H. Giedt______
Edwin Hieb
J. J. Jenner

40,000

10,170

355,220

15,000

281,520

20,000

26,540

F. Hanneman_____

30.000

28,290

269.300

25.000

19,780

174,550

25,000

5,120

316,700

15,000

5.000

200,000

H. M. Weydahl

• ■
271,200

C. H. Alin

.......

P. M. Severson___

25,000

—

26,690

198.190

18,120

24,160

106,350 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N. and Northw. N..
Minpls.: 1st N. Bk. &Tr. Co., Fargo; 1st
N., St. P.

15,000

175,000

30.000 IstN., Minpls.: 1st N.. Grand Forks; Am.
N.. St. P.
58,450 1st N„ Minpls. and St. Paul; Red River N.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Grand Forks.

36,000

26,500

261,670

6,380

138,000

J. H. Vorachek.__ O. A. Bygland____

25.000

7,000

160,000

3,000

112,000

9,500

37,500

Lari more......... 979 Elk Valley State Bank
Otto Bremer--------- J. R. Carley......... . J. W. Chapman—
Hans Nielsen
77-95
d®*t§’30
Grand Forks H22 par 100

20.000

6,750

269,480

149,900

50,260

9,700

15.000

6,070

70,100

9,590

10,070

ORATION.

(Closed October 30, 1930)
Lawton___ ___ 233
Ramsey GIB
Leeds______
25 Farmers State Bank ..di§’12 A. W. Engel______ E. O. Craig---------- Arne Gregor_____ J. B. Kinneberg..

DAKOTA Map on Index
Digitized NORTH
for FRASER

73,890 1st N.. N. Y„ Grand Forks and St. P.;
Northw. N., Minpls.

22,510

25.000

Citizens State Bank d®»t§’05 T j Smith
par 100
77-313

105,300 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N..
Duluth, Minpls., and St. P.; 1st N. Bk. &
Tr. Co.. Fargo.
23,890 1st N., Grand Forks; Midland N. Bk. &
Tr.. Minpls. Am. N., St. P.
50,390 1st N., Chi.; Am. N., St. P.; 1st N. and
Northw. N.. Minpls.
92,320 Cont. Ill. Bk. &Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N.,St. P.;
Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Fargo.
47,000 1st N., Chi., St. P.. Minpls., and Bismarck.

112,320

100,580

E. H. LORENZ_____
B. 1. FROILAND

6,030 1st Guaranty, Bismarck; 1st N.. Minplf.

9,300
;
31,440

H. Yolz

J. J. Holicky_____ A. E. Thompson...

F. P. Bennett........
♦La Moure____889 First State Bank..d®»-§1900
77-125
La Moure P19
(Consolidation of First Nattonal and La Moure
State Banks)
J. R. Carley_____ P. L. Klyver______ O. J. Elefson------Landa___
140 First International Bk.
77-634 d®»tS'U5
Bottineau Dll $200-16%
H. R. RENDAHL_____
par 200
fT J SMITH
A 0 AUNE
GUS HARTMAN. A. C.
♦Laagdon____1221 NORTHWESTERN BANK
12% par 100 77-665
d©t§ 05
CavaUor D19
(.AFFILIATED W ITH FIRST BAN K STOCK CORP

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correspondents.

A. Tr. Off.

Largest Bank In Stutsman County.

Kindred.
_429 Farmers A Merchants Bank.. (Closed July 13, 193 1)
Cass N24
Max H. Strehlow..
Kindred Stale Bank
par 100
77-631 d®t§’98

Walih F21

Principal

FEE IN
( Siaht drafts 15c minimum; 25c minimum charge if paid.
ADVANCE: ( Prompt Reliable Credit Reports, 35c. TRY US.

Jamestown Clearing House
(Members indicated by a *)
First State Bank______ S'Ob
77-625
Morton N10
A. Mickelsen_____
Kathryn ____224 Sheyenne Valley Bank
77-627
d$t§’00
Barnes N21
T NT. Fnv
Kenmare___ 1494 First Kenmare Nat. Bk.
77-81
d®*t’99
Ward E7
(Merger of First National and
Kenmare National Banks)
Kllldeer___
495 First National Bank.d@»t’15 Rasmus Jensen...
$135-10% par 100 77-650
Dunn KS

Benson G15
Kramer . __ 19n
Bottineau E12
Kilim
74?
La Moure P18
••
••
““

Resources.
Liabilities.
Loana
Bond* Miscel­ Ca0H Jr Extheb
Faid-up Subplus
Depos­ LOiabili
♦ad
and
CHAMOTd.DD*
AND
­
its
Capital Profits
Diaoouata Bdcuritide laneous from Baku
ties

Mcelroy_____ r. m. de puy............. a. j. rulon------------- j. e. mattison—

H. T. GRAVES, Ch.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates. Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

119,720
1

—

1st N. and Am. N„ St. P.

86,400 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Am. N.
St.P.; 1st N.. Grand Forks and Minpls.

51,020

Bk. & Tr., Minpls.; ist N.. St. P.

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to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
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Town and County.

V.

*County Seats.
Entirestdte in'No.O
Fed. Res. Dlst.

d
V.

Lefor______
Stark NS

220 Lefor State Bank.

(Closed August 17,

Lehr_________ 458 Farmers A Merch. Bank
McIntosh PIS

par too

77-638 dB®»t

2

Ulth....................174 Farmers State Bank______

Richland Q24

VI

LL_

par 100

77-111

Lignite-----------217
Burke D6

! [S. 0.

Bank..
77—<141
77-775

1150

QUAMMEN— C. A. BONZER______

Principal Correspondents.

$

15.00C $

25.84C I 223,190

$ 199,130 $

2,420 S

30.77C S

31,710 1st N. Bk. & Tr.Co.. Fargo: 1st N., Bismarck;

Northw. N. and 1st N., Minpls.; 1st N.,
St. P.

D. S.

RILEY -............. E. C. PARIZEK

25,000

14,450

371,470 $

33,390

193,090

P. N. Johnson____ C. P. Olson______ Sophie Jessen____

25.000

10,490

122,120

15.000

140.570

C. I. Kindschi____ A. J. Goetz______

10.000

4,740

87.460

25.000

20,140

242,990

132,870

34,370

83,980 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N.,Minpls.

15,410

16,640 1st N., Minpls.; 1st N., Minot.

ITH FIRST BAN K STOCK CORP

B. G. Kindschi____

L. D. Seeman

79.040

23,170 1st N. and Northw. N., Minpls.; James

J. M. Lipp

225,130

28,500

39.910

14,820

36,770

ta

All,

UN,

Ob

XI,

U'

Minpls. and Bismarck.

(Closed October 22, 1930)

‘Lisbon............1650 Farmers State Bank
par 100
77-531 dB
Ransom 022

Otto Bremer_____ David Keyes_____ W. R. Sandager... W. H. Billing_____
H. S. Grover

State Bank of Lisbon...

25.000

9,210

681.150

447,900

1.070

125,110

16,180

127,240

wu X A . WV7., vui., AIU.

T. I. Strinden____ A. P. Hanson.......... C. J. Haarsager___

Mad dock____ 631

J. 1. Hegge______ O. K. Larson_____ A. C. Idsvoog.........

77-647

F. L. Graber

Mak©tl___„276
$130-10% par
Ward H8

100 77-768
Reservation State Bank
par 100
77-721 d®»t

‘Mandan___ 5037 FARMERS STATE BANK
Morton Nil

15,000

3,000

20,000

16,000

48,340

21,350

22,650

22,340

200,000

100,000

86,000

80,170

44,520

August Pederson .. E. V. Nelson_____ E. V, Nelson_____

25,000

5,000

117,470

J. 8. Johnson_____ W. N. Harris_____ M. J. Gorder______ B. J. Rogelstad.

in poo

11,149

Q4 50Q

75JR0

E. A. Ripley_____ H.W. Lanterman.. J. A. Timmerman.. J. N. Schmidt____
A. O. Henderson
B. A. Furness

50,000

5,000

600,000

370,000

130.000

70,000

85,000

905,090

941,000

110,010

366,650

63,070

16.570

2,760

26.860 1

184,800

47,270

52,110

23,120 1

25,000

N..St.P.; 1st Int’l. Minot.
46,000 Am.
i

f JOSEPH P. HESS— PAULINEC. LYON... J. F. TAVIS................. W. J. WATSON_ _ _ _
A. R. WEINHANDL
NO

J C. W. WRIGHT,
J. H. NEWTON
)
V. P.
1 AFFILIATED Vi«HE

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
77-45
®

1200-15%

RTHWEST

, OVt

r ,.

Northw. N.. Minpls.: 1st N. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Fargo.

(Consolidated with Farmers State Bank October 11, 1930)

LItchrille____ 410 Litchville State Bank
par 100
77-1088 d
Barnes N20
par 100

Liabilities.
Resources.
Surplus
Loans
Other
Bond* MlBOMI/- Caih k ExPaid-uj
Depos­ Liabili­
and
and
and
CHANG r*, Due
Capital Profits
its
Diaoounti Sacuriti*. LAJTOOTTfl thom Banks
ties

1931)

M. T. Barger_____ Thos. McCrory..._ J. D. Meier..

1260-10%

Peoples State Bank__

Benson H16

Ass’t Cashier.

River N., Jamestown.

‘Linton______ 1192 FIRST...
Emmons PIS

Cashier.

John Bischof------- J. H.Jenner_____ I. E. Giedt. _____ H. W. Nagel
M. J. Ruemmele
W. J. Schell

“ 1 AFFILIATED W

Lincoln Valley.61
Sheridan JIB

Vice-President.

(Closed December 27 . 1930)

Grant P9

Lldgerwood ..1029 FIR

President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

120.000

79,370 2,043,060

20,000

80,320

9,420

33,360 1st N.. Minpls.

it N., Minpls.; Am. N., St. P.; 1st N. B
& Tr. Co.. Fargo; 1st Inti.. Minot.

25,770

base N., N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Cc
Chi.; 1st N., Minpls.; 1st N., Bismarck.

BAN CORPORATION

Marion______ 258 State Bank of Marion
J. C. Arduser_____ W. R. Jones______ C. A. Arduser.
6%
77-1087
d®i§'28
la Moure 020

Louise Paulson___

15.000

7,140

87,120

Marmartb____721 First National Bank.d®»t’08 C. P. Allison_____ W. J. Johnson___ J. R. Madsen..........

25.000

32,680

206,470

Max_________ 500
McLean 110

12,000

5.000

225,000

173,000

50,000

10,000

722,700

447,400

114,700

45,900

25,000

6.170

155,550

125,100

12,550

10.000

16,540

39,510 1st
1 N., St.P.

15,000

104,690

83,520

3,490

17,690

24,990 1 it N.. St. P.; Northw. N., Minpls.; James

Slope PI

$150 par

100 77-651

First State Bank........d®tl'06 Otto Bremer_____ A. F. Morton_____ 0. W. Morton_____
77-377

Mayvllle____ 1199 Goose River Bank -dB®*tl'81 M. L. El ken______ K. 8. Groih..
par 100
77-104
Traill J23
0. N. Brnasdals

H. M. Soliah______
D. B. Moe

‘MeClusky___719 First National BankdB®»t’07 E. B. Robertson... J. A. Beck.
E. R. Hegg___ .. n. S. Melton
par 100
77-203
Sheridan K13
Sheridan County State Bank J. E. Davis______ W D. Wyard_____ A. A. Hendricks__ B. F. Kludt.............
par 100
77-204
®t§'09

McGregor___ 189 McGregor State Bank
Williams E5

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7,000

!haseN..N.Y.: Midland N. Bk.& Tr. and
Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st. N., St. P.; 1st
N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Fargo.

River N., Jamestown.

(Closed October 4. 19 10)

MeVlUe______ 513 Union Bank of McVille
O. G. Olsen.
A. O. Arneson____ 3. E. Nelson_____
Nelson 126
par 100
77-335 d®»t§'30 Ch. of Bd. and Pres. H. T. Quanbeck
A. O. Moen.V. P.
north

43,150

25,000

287,590

6,500

275,080

|

1,050

7,500

35.520 l 3b

11 M cti X

t,

m 111 51 AO t « a II u V.

1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Fargo.
---------------

Banks Advertising in this Directory give Prompt Attention to Collections and Correspondence

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given

Town and county. •Mem.A.B.A."New §State fPriv.
^County Seats. {Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.

Entire State in ♦Fed. Res.Dept8:T-TrustB-Bond
No.9Fed.Res.Dist. d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Div.

Ass't cashier.

CASHIER.

Vice-President.

PRESIDENT.

par 100
77-444
Mercer State Bank.__®ti'09
8% par 100 77-445
Michigan_____ 433 Iamb's Bank____ ____ t§1900
$100 par 100 77-248
Nelson H20
(Succeeds Lamb’s Nat'l Bank)
Mllnor............... 564 First National Bank...d»t'06
par 100
77-175
Sargent F22
MUton________329 First National Bank.—*t’02
77-269
Cavalier E20
Mlnnewaukan
* Benson H16 480 par 100

B. C. Hjelle______
M. O. Freeberg.__ Geo. McFadden__
J. M. Lamb.__

— G. F. Lamb.

J. S. Lamb______ Stephen Holer.—

E. O. EnffA
A. W. Eastman
E. B. Johnson,
Ch. o/Bd. and Pres. Otto Miller
H. G. Halverson... W. W. McQueen—.
JM. M.

.. J. R. Phelps_ _ _ _

8,000 S

80,000 $

10.000

3,500

30,000

$ 18,000 Stock Yds. N.. Chi.; 1st N„ Dickinson;

79.000

5.000 $

IstN.. St. P.

U C UERUAN

HAYDEN —- MARTIN AAS........- C. F. PIERSON........

$

35,000

3,000

5,000 Northw. N.. Minpls.
13,000 1st N.. Minpls.

10.000

4,200

60,000

15,200

3.000

15,000

4,370

233,540

4,240

81,320

116,880

17.390

41,560 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N„
St. P.. Minpls.,Duluth, and Grand Forks.

25,000

15,000

272.960

15,320

200,690

28,250

28,820

70,530 1st N„ Minpls.

25,000

4,000

72,630

12,420

76,290

3,860

19,780

14,120 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N., Grand Forks.

15,000

13,300

69,920

45,460

23,160

4,840

35.000

14,120

535,060

325,210

116,060

45,930

96,970 N. City, N. Y.: 1st N.. Grand Forks; Am.
N.. St. P.; Dak. N.. Fargo: Minn. N.,
Duluth.

136,000 1,400,000 1,700,000

186.000

600,000 Chase N., N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.,

43,000 J

24,760 1st N., St. P. and Minpls.

7 7-108 9

t AFFILIATED W ITH FIRST BAN K STOCK COEP ORATION.
Minnewaukan State Bank___ (Closed October 24, 1930)
(Closed
July 13,1931)
iMlnot_____ 16.099 Citizens Bank________
Ward G10
W. V. Deleen_____
Otto Bremer_____
♦First International Bank
E. R. Becwar
par 100
77-25 d®»t§’l

FIRST NATIONAL1

R. E. BARRON

J,MES

BANK & TRUST CO.
IN MINOT

+

77-22 dB®T*t 96

$550-16%

par 100

'UNION
NATIONAL BANK
& TRUST CO. IN MINOT

par 100

15.000 $

Principal Correspondents.

(Closed July 23,1931)

Mercer________269 First State Bank---------ti'07
McLean J12

Resources.
Liabilities.
Gani k BxBond*
Lour
ther
Miscel­ chawgm
.Dui
Depos­ LOiabili
Paid-up Surplus
and
ud
­
and
laneous from Bans
Di,
count
l
its
Capital Propits
SasuritiM
ties

S

tMedora_____ 212 Stockmen's State Bank—tS’O Harve Robinson... MOV/, ill 1 ell K.O 1 ---1100
77-653
Billings M3
Meklnock____ 216 Mekinock State Bank______
Grand Forks H22

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (Indexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

77-23

dB®T*t’05

JAMES JOHNSON- H. E. BYORUM—
_
W.E. T00LEY. r H. C. DAHL.

Tr. Off.

A. Tr. Off.

is-

Oldest and Largest Bank in Northwestern North
Dakota. Send your Items direct for
prompt, efficient service.
JOHN EHR.ChofBd. F. T. MERRILL — H. L. TH0RNDAL- R. S. L0BERG-—
C. H. ZEHRINGER
U. S. Depository. Accounts of Banks and Bankers sollolt
ed.

100,000

150,000 3,500,000

Chi.; Northw. N., Minpls.; Am. N.,
St. P.

AFFILIATED WITH THE NORTHWEST BANCORPORATION

100.000

31,140 1,310,020

600,420

45,740

551,860

131,860

203,670 ChaseN., N.Y.; Cont. Ill.Bk.&Tr.Co.,

Chi.; 1st N., St. P. and Mlnpls.

AFFILIATED WITH FIRST BANK STOCK CORPORATION.

Unexcelled facilities for the prompt collection of

North Dakota Items. Send US your business.

Minot Clearing House-----(Members indicated by a *)

H. E. Byorum........

Mgr.
35.000

13.000

175.000

127,000

45,000

10,970

30,000 Chase N..N.Y.; IstN., St. P., Grand Forks,
and Minpls.

10,000

2,500

61,340

53.350

4.730

6.990

8,770 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Northw. N„
Minpls.; 1st N.. Bismarck.

15.000

790

64,660

40,150

8,450

13,990

17,870 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N„
Minpls. and Minot; Northw. N.. Minpls.

15,000

11.200

74.860

44.910

8.150

10,840

37,150 Northw. N. and 1st N„ Minpls.; 1st N.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Minot; 1st N.. St. P.

J. C. Arduser-------- I. Ytreeide..............

15.000

5.200

105.490

89,880

Moore ton ___ 147 Farmers State Bank.— tS'10 Thos. Manikowske Caroline Chernich.

15,000

7.000

29.000

25,000

3,420

65.700

Min to_________565 Bank of Minto..........d®t5 91 M. S. Titus______ L. W. Wisniewski.
Walsh F22

$150-8% par 100 77-658

Mofflt________ 161 Mofflt State Bank---------1§’14 Jason Hoover___ C.A. Anderson-----Burleigh N13

par 100

•Mohall_______676 Citizens State Bank--dt5’la M. V. Hubbard .— J. W. Hubbard-----Renville C9

$100 par 100 77-879

Renville County Bank _t§’25 H. H. Steele------

$150-12% par 100 77-1080

Monango_____ 211 Bank of Monango__________ (Closed November
Dickey Q19

Montpelier ___ 165 Montpelier State Bank
77-659

Stutsman N19
Richland P24

P. H. Pillshury _

77-854

par 100

G. Brudvik..
.1930)

9,820
25,990 Northw. N., Minpls.; James River N.,
( Cash and Jamestown.
Bonds)
7,150
4,500 IstN., Minpls.; Citis. N., Wahpelon.

d®*«'05
2,000

41,350

77-301

First National Bank.—dt’05 Carl Braun______
8% par 100 77 -300

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48.370

22.520

9.110

14.120 Northw. N., Minpls.; Citiz. N., Wahpetoc.

Banks Advertising in this Directory give Prompt Attention to Collections and Correspondence

J. 4i u /

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Number given
t0 each bank In U. 8. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Town and Codnty. •Mem.A.B.A.»New ISUtetPrir.

tMem. State B. Ais’n. [Eitab.
‘County Seats.
Entire State in ♦Fed. Kes. Dept* :T-Trust B-Bond
No. B Fed. Res.Dist. d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

»Mott_______ 1036
Hettinger P6

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

L. E. Callahan____

‘Napoleon...... 709 First National Bank—d©t 02 H. C. Young. ___ Geo. Laney_______ F. B. Heath.
$160 par 100 77-302
Logan 015

« ____

M

Ass’t Cashier.

Liabilities.
Paid-up Surplus Depos- Other
Capital Profits
ITS
TIES

First National Bank_d©»t'09 R. E. Trousdale— H. P. Jacobsen___ E. H. Trousdale... W. T. Mitchell— $
par 100
77-181
John Gifford

Munich_______260 First National Bank—d«t’04 A. I. Hunter.
7% par 100 77-276
Cavalier E18

W. D. Heupel.___

Merchants Bank____d®t§’08 Chas. J. Hoof.
J. G. Kroeber_____ J. L. Greitl..............
$150-10% par 100 77-303
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

Neche
602 FIRST
Pembina C21
par 100

NAT’L BK. IN NECHE
77-664

dB®*J'87

New England..911 Farmers & Merchants State
$260-20% Bk.77-977....©•t5'17
Hettinger 05

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.). Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back of this

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

[K. 0. PAULSON.— WM.RENWICK
J. L. SYMINGTON — GLADYS V. COLLISON
) AFFILIATED WITH FIRST BA NK STOCK COR PORATION
W. L. Whitmire._ R. L.

Lauterbach.. H. A. Borcherding. A. O. Lona. ____
[AUGUST PETERSON HENRY MELAAS_ _ _ H. E. SCHROEDER_ _ CARL 0. JOHNSON —

50,000 $

20,500 $ 748,000 $

Resources,
I
Loans
Bonds Miscel- Cash & ExDiscounts Securities LANEOUS raoM Banks

50,000 $ 367,000 $ 304,500 S
6,500

Principal

correspondents.

37,000 % 160,000 Cont. Ill.Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; Northw. N„
Minpls.; 1st N„ Mandan.

97,170

20,800

14,710

28,000 Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st N., Grand Forks.

128,660

28,310

18,000

30,110 Northw. N.. Minpls.: 1st N. Bk, & Tr. Co.,
Fargo; Dakota N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Bismarck.

25,000

2,240

126,940

25.000

14,140

1R6 tun

10.000

5,350

58,900

10,400

58,080

25,000

13,150

497,330

8,290

234,640

215.700
24,370

210,730

92,000

6,790

7,270

35,000 1st N. and Northw, N„ Minpls.; Secur.
N„ Fargo.

486,730

74,410

47,400

63,380 N. Y. Tr. Co.. N. Y.; 1st N„ Minpls.; 1st
& Am. N„ Duluth; 1st N„ St. P.; 1st N.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo.

9,530

9,630

17,820

135,090 1st N„ St. P. and Minpls.; Red River N
Bk. & Tr. Co., Grand Forks.

3,490

41,420

111,790 1st N„ St. P.; Northw. N„ Minpls.

41,890

18,380

156,230

15,000

6.580

350,810

25,000

24,710

267,860

10,000

14,010

lis non

50,000

67,590

512,790

C. W.Wiegmann.. P. W. Blank.......... F. H. Ellwein_____ W. R. Cnnit.z

20,000

11,580

337,880

285,610

35,300

16,950

31,600 1st N„ Minpls. and Bismarck; 1st N. Bk. &
Tr. Co.. Fargo.

P. P. Bumann,
J. A. Timmerman. Ed. Tempel______ A. A. Nmi..
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. J. M. Hein
D. H. Dettmann

20,000

23,400

320 000

251,000

72,700

6,700

33,000 Cont. 111. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N.. St.
P. and Mandan; Northw. N„ Minpls.

C. M. English_____ E. Svaren...

15,000

7,000

70,000

35,000

10,000

4,430

35,000 Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st N„ Grand Forks.

Nlobe________ 225 Farmers & Merchants State K. L. Smith ____ O. M. Hanioa_____ Arthur Fleckten__
Bank_____ 77-973____ t5'17
Ward E7
10% par 100
Nome.................218 Nome State Bank___d<5'24 Martin Miller____ W. O. Macfadden. A. F. Fir
par 100
77-1075
Barnes N21
S. A. Neise

15,000

7,830

83,770

2,930

19,220 1st N., Minpls.; 1st N„ Minot.

15,000

8,000

58,000

12,000 Fargo N„ Fargo; 1st N„ Minpls.

Noonan_______423 First International Bank
Jacob Lenthold___ Ward W. Lee
77-471
®‘W’07
Divide D5

Albert H. Makee..

10,000

23,120

155,650

H. A. Schweyen....

10.000

1,520

30,170

Northwood.__971 NORTHWOOD STATE BANK (JOHN E. PETERSON A. A. HALVERSON... THEO.H.TUFTE —- G. B. PEDERSON-—
25,000
Grand Forks 122 $120 par ioo 77-135 dB©§’31 )
(Succeeds Citizens National ) Save time and get service on Col lections and Cred It Reports by sen ding
Bank) (.FEE IN ADYAN CE: Plain sight d rafts, 15ci Crsdi t Reports, 50c. T BY US.

5,000

162,780

1,650

107,760

13,180

13,480

50,000

26,780

505,600

50,000

303,080

144,900

37,430

146,980 1st N.,Aberdeen, S. D.; 1st N.Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Fargo; Midland N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Minpls.

15,000

2,240

107,990

4,000

71,780

14,460

30,070

12,910 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Northw. N„
Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo.

25,000

4,600

116,000

27,000

88,000

26,700

33,300

24,000 Northw. N„ Minpls.; Red River N. Bk. &
Tr. Co. and 1st N„ Grand Forks.

“

--------

"

10% par 100 77-495

d®»flO 1 AFFILIATED W ITH FIRST BAN K STOCK CORP

New Leipzig...443 First State Bank______tS'10 Geo. E. Towel........ J. S. Bird sail
77-355
Grant P8

*New Rockford
Eddy J17 2195

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
77-121

M

Security State Bank

Dickey Q20

S. L. Frydenlund

1700 First National Bank.d®*t’02 H. C. McCartney, F. D. McCartney...
par 100
77-75
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. J. E. Bunday

Oberon_______ 326 Rank of Oberon
Benson H17

par 100

77-671

A. H. Denning........

$|’f)l W. C. Schaffner... Edward Schmid... S. O. Bidne_______

Osnabrock____244 First Narional Bank, d‘t'04 T. L. Tillisch,
Ellen Elienson___ C. D. Rourke______ Mildred McGauvCavalier E20
10% par 100 77-398
Ch. of Bd. and Pres,
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42,040

8,000

14,180

92,400
54,000

8,000

7,000

158,380

3,980

14,090

26,500 Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st N„ St. P.; 1st
N„ Minot.

2,000

13,420 1st N„ Minpls.; 1st N„ Bowbells; Bk. of
Montreal, Winnipeg; Royal Bk. of Can.,
Oxbow, Sask.

(Closed June 15, 193 1)

Nortbgate.........110 First State Bank_____ d»t§’14 Henry Schweyen... Joe Freed _
Burke 06
77-850
Geo. H. Leslie, Ch.

Oakes

O. D. Sprecher ___ E. P. Danelenko...

r LEWIS MORTENSEN. MARTIN AAS
L. W. SCHWOEBEL___ M. F BIGGS
1 Ch. of Bd. and
THOMAS KJOS
I 0. SEVERTSON
J
Pres.
CARL KINNEBERG
02
I AFFILIATED W ITH FIRST BAN K STOCK CORP
ORATION

New Salem ___ 804 Farmers & Merchants State
Bank— 77-180—®»t|'09
Morton NO
..
••
First State Bank___ d®t§’25
$165-5%
77-1081
par 100
Niagara........... 207 Security State Bank _•tS’lS
Grand Forks H21 $110 par 100 77-1006

..

70,950 1st N„ Minpls. and St. P.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

26,280

60,020 1st N„ St. P„ Grand Forks, and Minpls.

Banks Advertising in this Directory give Prompt Attention to Collections and Correspondence

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers*
TOWH AND 00UNTT
*County Seats.
Entire State in
No. 9 Fed. Res.Dist.

Page

• Mem. A.B.A. ^New jStstetPrit.
tMem. 8tate B. Ass’n.
[Estab.
♦Pert. Kes. Depts.T-Trust B-BoDd
d-8afeDep.®Sar.$L*stSale%Div.

ddX First National Bank
par 100
77-231

CkSS L22

Prksidxnt.

<S«t'02

0 asun.

VICE-PRESIDENT.

W. J. Morrish.

Ass’T OilllR.

Liabilities.
SUJLTLUS
Depos­
AMD
C AMTAX
its
Pxorrrs
Paio-ut

C. R. McConkey... $

M. N. Mallory.

Palermo. ____205 Scandis American Bank
A. H. Nelson______ Gale Woodworth .. B I Neton —
1100 par 100 77-465
dtl’10
Mountrail F7
-.5
Park River.__ 1131 FIRST
par 100
Walsh F21

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) In back of this

NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

Ihenri/denckerT" CLARKE W. FARUP— K. 0. BENNETT .......... G. J. MAURITSON___
M. B. HOLMQUIST
)
Ch.
dB®*t 86 1 AFFILIATED W
ITH FIRST BAN K STOCK CORP ORATION

25,000 $

Othbr
Liabili­

18.100 $ 221,950 $

10,000

6,500

85,000

25,000

29,910

465,310

ties

Resources.
Bondi
Oan k lxMI8CEL- mAMmwijyv*
and
Disooants Sccaritiia LdLXlOUB ran Bam

25.000 $

33,060

correspondents.

and

66,420 $ 141,910 $

8,030 $

73,690 Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st N„ Minpls.; 1st N.
Bk. & Tr. Co.. Fargo; 1st N., St. P.

69,000

10,000

10,000

12,500 1st N„ St. P.; 1st N„ Minot; Northw. N„
Minpls.

246.550

194,280

32,970

79,470 Northw. N. and 1st N„ Minpls.: 1st N.
and Red River N„ Grand Forks; 1st N„
St.P.

NATIONAL BANK
77-113

Principal

Loans

ParshaD
, 170 First National Bank ________ (Closed August 6, 19 31)
Mountrail H7
Peldn__________ 210 Bank of Pekin__________
Nelson I It

(Voluntary liquidati on.

Penn
,
ifi»
Ramsey Q17
12%

A. J. Mitchell

Taken oner by Union Bank of Me Ville, McVille, N. D

May 23 , 1931)
16,150 1st N„ Minpls. and St. P.

F. C. Kaeding____ C. M. Peterson____ L. H. Gessner____

15,000

5,900

49,510

40,860

8,900

4.500

J. O. Eneesather... H. E. Engessther.
O. S. Hove

25,000

4,250

233,090

188,660

16,540

10,000

47,150 1st N„ St. P., Grand Forks, and Minpls.

A. M. Larson______

10,000

13,000

50,000

10.000

20,000 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N., Bismarck;
1st N. Bk. ATr. Co.. Fargo.

Lueken___ K. R. Foss--------------

25,000

15,450

327,600

25.000

15,000

236,740

20,000

5,000

25,000

77-679

Petersburg
310 Citizens Slate Bfc._.d®tll906
Nelson H2t
par 100
7 7 -296
L. B. Ray, V. P.
(Merger of Farmers State and
First National Banks)
Pettiboue
263 Pettibone State Bank..dtl’13
Kidder L18
77-729

JohnDeKrey_____ Wa. E.

Plllsbury

(See Hope, N. D.)

Plan___________ 408 First National Bank __ __

(Closed August 7, 19 31)

____ 260
Barnes L21

Hurley__

8,000

51,000

Mountrail H8

Portal__________ 512

(Closed August 22, 1930)

Burke 01

Portland-----------500
Traill J23
»

Farmers National Bank..3'16
*150 par 100 77-942

AlliOU JoLUlrQu.-.

First National Bank _d®»t'86 P. M. Paulson------*180 par 100 77-682
K. H. Brunsdale

Powers Lake
Burke E6

..382 First State Bank------d®»tl'09 Otto
*200
77-358

Raleigh________ 164 First. Security Bank

Joseph
J.

121,920

174,580

18.740

52,810 1st N„ Minpls.

169,780

44,670

15,240

55,640 Chase N„ N. Y.; Cont. 111. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Chi; Northw. N„ Minpls.

191,680

166,170

4,840

19,140

19,030 Am. N., St. P.; 1st Inti., Minot.

35,000

476,410

351,680

45,740

35,710

103,270 Northw. N. and Midland N. Bk. & Tr.
Co., Minpls.; Aberdeen N„ Aberdeen.

25,000

18,560

201,190

32,400

232,580

17,340

10,770

16,450 Cont.Ill. Bk. & Tr.Co., Chi.; 1st N„ Minpls.

25,000

8,890

57,790

25.000

46,340

41,990

12,060

16,290 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N.,
Minpls.; Northw. N.. Grand Forks.

Oscar Evenstad.__
E. A. Johnson

25,000

5,000

264,800

4,740

222,510

17,380

27,460

32,190 Chase N„ N. Y.; Cont. III. Bk. & Tr. Co,.
Chi.; 1st N„ St, P. and Grand Forks.

B. Rolfsnes________

20,000

19,200

225,200

14,900

243,900

14,300

10,100

11,000 Northw. N. and 1st N.. Minpls.: 1st N..
Bowman.

30,000

14,300

142,790

104,160

8.280

36,770

37,890 Far. State, Dickinson; Am. N.. St. P.

25,000

15,000

365,000

320,000

3,000

35,000

47,000 Chase N„ N. Y.; Northw. N., Minpls.

30,000

28,000

4,000

6,000

70,000

30,000

12,000

G. Kjos....................

Bremer_____

8,590

(Closed May 8, 1931 )

Grant P10

Reeder.

:to"

Adams Q4

Regent
Hettinger P6

W. T.

ans First State Bank..........®«t*'10 S. W. Hill................... H. C. Bowers.
10%
77-362
J. P. J angers

Reynolds
351
Grand Forks 123
«

First 8tate Bank ....d®H'07 William Jalbert..
*248-15% par 100 77-452

..

E. C. Lebacken_____ Geo. Bradshaw ____
M. O. Bronte

State Bank of Reynolds
M. F. Murphy.
1*% par 100 77-264
d*t§’91

John von Rnden...

. .356 Bank of Rhame______®$S10
*160-10%
77-628
Bowman P2

C. J. Phelan,
Ch, of Bd, and Pres,

Farmers State Bank.d®tl’17 Otto Bremer.......... ..
77-967

••

W. F. Smith
Geo. A. Deering

L. A. Lane.

First National Bank..®Tl’09
#% par 100 77-265

Rhamo

Richard ton.__ 710
Stark M7

Krebsbaoh..

0. Hestekin..

_

Tf 3 Barth
Lee Hoff

Merchants State Bank
Jos. Kllzer________ A. v. Mischel
John Muggll_______ G. M. Muggli______
par 100
77-169
®tl'07
Robinson______185 Security State Bank d®tl’22 Frank O. Klinger . O. B. Wells_______
par 100 77-1069
Kidder L15
Roeklake______279 First NatlonjUBuk—— dt'05 T. O. Wlldlih
N. W. H&wldnson. N. J. Rnehrlch
Towner D17

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15,000
25,000

2.000

70,000

35.000

7,000 Northw. N.. Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Fsrgo; Stk. Yds. N„ 8o. St. P.
20,000 1st N„ Minpls.

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Town and Oodntt.
^County Seats.
Entire State in
No. 8 Fed.Res.Dist.

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♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-TrustB-Bond
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Fmsident.

Vice-President.

Cashier,

Ass’t Cashier.

Rogers_______ 169 First State Bank..........dt§’05 C. J. Christianson. Chas. M. Paulson.. A. M. Kiland.
Barnes L20
par 100
77-684
Rolette______ 428 Rolette State Bank.d®»t§’05 C. O. Myhre,
Chas. Laughery___ W. A. Moen...
par 100
77-271
Rolette Eli
Ch, of Bel. and Pres.
‘Roll*_______,852

Rolette D16

fium*

900

40.000

24,020

393,250

25,570

25.000

25,030

25.000

$

72,990
36,380 I

$

6,320 $

12,730 1st N„ Minpls.; N. Bk. of Valley City,
Valley City.
11,460 Northw. N.. Minpls.: 1st N.. Grand Forks.

17,330

91,010 Chase N„ N. Y.; 1st N., St. P. and Minpls.;
1st N., Grand Forks.

560,430

410,400

64,410

13,190

20,120

278.970

154.700

67.430

19,120

122,460 N. City, N. Y.; 1st N., and Northw. N„
Minpls.; Am. N , St. P.; 1st N., Grand
Forks.
82,830 Oont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi,; 1st N. and
Northw, N„ Minpls.

15.000

12.000

65,000

35,000

22,000

16,000

16,000 1st N„ Minpls,; 1st Int’l., Minot.

25,000

15,000

335,000

45,000

325,000

9,000

21,000

65,000 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.: Northw. N.
and 1st N., Minpls.; 1st N., St. P.

15,000

6,000

92,000

16,500

87.000

14,660

16,200

11.640 Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st N.. Mandan and
Bismarck.
•

A. J. Goosen_____ Marie Thomas ___

10,000

5,300

90,500

54.700

6,300

17.500

22,800 Midland N. Bk. & Tr. and 1st N„
Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. &Tr. Co., Fargo.

J. P. Jordan.

15,000

7,860

167,250

94,510

41,730

7,340

46,530 Cent. Rep. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Northw.
N., Minpls., 1st N., Dickinson.

176,360

87.110

21,140

16,000

17.000

39,110 1st N. and Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N.
Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo,
45,000 1st N., Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo,

G. D. McClintock

O. J. Olsen

Scranton_____ 381 Bank of Scranton __d®»t§’09 F. N. May...
Bowman Q4
par 100
77-428

K. J. List........ ......... D. P. Moga______
E. W. ChristooHer
(Merged with the B ank of Scranton, M arch 2, 1931)

Selfridge______351 Selfridge State Bk._dOtS’27 W. H. Ordway____ Chas. S. Pulling...
P. E. Dillenburg...
Sioux Qll
par 100
77-906

Sharon_______328
Steele J2l
Sheldon____ __ 327
Ransom 022
Sherwood_____455
Renville D9
Sheyenne_____ 417
Eddy 117

73,450
47,930

96,940

MerchantsBank ..dB©*tl'87 J.G. MoOlintoek— E. R. Reitsoh____ J. W. Moffatt_____ M. A. Sand______
77-64

Sela__________114 Farmers State Bank. -di§’12 J. J. Reimer,
Pierce 114
par 100
77-771
Ch, of Bd, and Pres,
Sentinel Butte 219 The Interstate Bank
J. P. McDonald....
Golden Valley M2 *150 par 100 77-48S dB®tl'03

3,600
5,510

non Baku

277,550

‘Rugby--------- 1512 Citizens State Bank .d©tl’06 H. O. Lyngstad___
Otto Bremer____ L. N. Seising____ John Finnegan___
Pierce Fit
par 100
77-86
W. A. Lilyquist

First National Bank____

15.000
15.000

Principal Correspondents.
C‘>b k Ex
CHAHOM,Dtni

5,250

F. A. FOLEY- - - - - - - - -

Ryder_________457 First National Bank ...
(Closed August 7, 19 31)
Ward 18
Sanlsh_______ 463 Commercial State Bankti'13 M. J. Oison_
Mountrail H6
77-788

Liabilities.
Resources.
Loans
Bondi
Paid-up Surplus Depos­ Other
Miscel­
and
and
and
Liabili­
Capital
its
Diaoounti flieuritiis laneous
Profits
ties

16,300

OSCAR HJELTL. F. MANN_ _ _ _ _ _
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
GEORGE REGAN
1170-6%
77-192 d<S>t’88
l
AFFILIATED
W
par 100
ITH FIRST BAN K STOCK CORP ORATION.

5% par ioo

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dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
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___

First National Bank.d®*t'02 Alexander Carry.
*200 par 100 77-887
Farmers State Bank .®»t|'09 E. B. Greene____ R. E. Kratt___
*244.70-8% 77-290
First International Bank____ (Closed October 21, 1930)

M. W. Duncan____ P. H. Gilbertson..

45,000

25,000

228.730

T. L. Wiper______

20,000

27.000

200,000

150,000

Farmers and Merchants Bank L. B. Garnaas,
H. N. Omhoit .
par 100
77-246
d®*t§’06 Ch. of Bd, and Pres, P. A. Peterson

E. B. Norin_______
N.W. Nelson, V.P.

15,000

8,500

84,000

70.500

Silva_________ H3 First State Bank ...dB®tlT8 T. A. Lindseth....
P. P. Lysne_______ A. O. Barit&d_____ Edwin Lysne...........
Pierce G14
*265-10%
77-816

10,000

16,000

93,000

95.500

Solen_________ 224 Solen State Bank____ ©t§'13 A. O. Schim&nakj. B. G. J. Schimansky
R. B. McDonald.
Sioux Pll
par 100
77-820

10,000

14,130

111,360

21,080

124,300

Sourlc________ 248 State Bank of Souris . -•il'01 8. B. Qvale______
E. G. Christ erson
Bottineau M19 par 100
77-387

15,000

19,280

64,750

14,890

74,930

25.000

7,000

30,000 1st N. Bk. & Tr Co., Fargo; Northw. N„
Minpls.

4,500

2.500

16.500 Am. N.. St. P.

1.340

13,550

17,380 1st N., Minpls.; 1st N„ Bismarck.

16,970

22,010 1st N„ Minpls.; Am. N., St. P.; 1st N..

par 260

Southern_____ 224 Southam State Bank ..
Ramsey G19
South Heart ..212 FIRST STATE
Stark M4
*225-25%
77-808

;—dt§"13

C. E. Chrlsterson. M.A.Magnuson—..
Nels Magnuson

Grand Forks.

(Closed July 8,1931)

( J. F. McENTEE — A. F. McENTEE....... JOHN C. FISHER
(

10,000

14,580

102,530

15,000

3,590

108.970

25,000

5,300

82,860

15,000

6,200

204,000

25,000

7,700

150,000

12,500

12,000

160,000

1,390

93,220

2,300

5,790

84,620

11,310

10,010

21,620 N. City, N.Y.iMidland N.Bk.A Tr..Minpls,:
Ramsey Co. N., Devils Lake.

27,190 1st N„ Dickinson; 1st N., Minpls.

AFFILIATED WITH FIRST BA NK STOCK COR PORATION

‘Stanley............ 936 Bank of Stanley__
(Closed August 13, 1 931)
Mountrail G6
Starkweather. 312 Farmers Bank....... d®*tl’19 A. O. Sather,
P. P. Bottolfson... A. W. Omdahl____ Myrtle Gilberg ...
Ramsey F18
par 100
77-1028
Ch, of Bd, and Pres,
First National Bank—®»t’02 T. J. Dougherty__ L. D. Maurer_____ O. L. Svidal____
77-408
State Bank of Starkweather Theo. Albrecht__ Edwin Traynor___ O. M. Lofgren____ Ruth E. Lofgren__
par 100
77-410
dB®«’02
‘Steele______ 519 First National Bank.d®*t'98 Alex Stern _______ H. H. Gravsetk___ H. W. George........ . R. E. Orchard
Myrtle Ufer______
Kidder N14
par 120
77-216
P. W. Clemens,
E. D. Bower
par 100

97,010

7,720

9,480

127,700

58,000

3,000

12,700

127,000

15,000

20,480 Chase N„ N. Y.; Northw. N„ Minpls.; 1st
N.. Devils Lake.
36.500 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; Northw. N..
Minpls.; 1st N„ Grand Forks.
28,000 Dakota, N., Fargo; Am. N., St. P.

20,000

150,000

6,000

26,500

22,000 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; Northw. N.

21,530

V. P.

Sterling_____ 114 Sterling State Bank..d®t|’08 0. B. Little______ H. P. Goddard___ H. E. Wild fang___
0. M. Beyer______
Burleigh Nil
*17* par 100 77-699

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Directory, under the authority of T

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­

Resources.

Liabilities.

TOW* AMD OOUKTT. eMem. A.B. A. nN»w SStatetPriv.
‘County Seats. (Men. State B. ass'b. [Betab.
Entire State In ♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
No.OFed. Res. Dlst. d-SafeDep.©Sar.?LastSale%Di».

dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
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NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

President.

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Other
Depos­ Liabili­
Ass't Cashier. Paid-up Surplus
and
its
Capital Profits

ties

Lena
Bondi
Miscel­
ud
and
DiMounta SiouritUs laneous

Principal Correspondents.
Cash ft XxCHAHOM'Dui
from Banks

31,600 Northw. N„ Minpis.; 1st N„ St.P. and Aber­

19,730 S

32,450 S

143,030

63,470

33,290

24,220 N. City. N. Y.: 1st N.. Chi.: Northw. N„
Minpis.; 1st N.. Grand Forks.

143,510

125,520

27,380

25,010 Cent. Rep. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; 1st N..
Minpis. and Dickinson.

140,000

100.000

30,000

9.500

31.500 ChaseN.,N.Y.:MidlandN.Bk.&Tr., Minpis.;
1st N.. St. P. and Grand Forks.

4,000

35,500

34,000

2,500

6.500

11.500 Northw. N., Minpis.; Dn. N.. Minot.

20,000

7,000

80,800

85,180

5,900

7,930

18,290 1st N.. Minpis.

‘Towner____ ..622 Pioneer State Bank —d*tl’15 H. H. Thompson... Mrs. H. H.
M. T. Thompson _ Mable Thompson..
McHenry G13
77-900
Thompson

10,000

20,000

622,000

245,000

300.000

10,000

Turtle Lake... 579 First State Bank_____dtl'02 J. 8. Johnson.____ M. A. Harris_____ W. N. Harris----McLean Jll
77-132

15,000

20,000

250,000

140,000

25,000

20,000

11,760

133,690

115,900

3,580

10,770

1M.IM

38.900

004,000

482,000

295,000

86,000

$ 199,060 $

15,000 i

15,000 $ 252,030

H. L. Barnes______

25,000

14,280

199,740 $

25,000

Fred Deeken______ H. F. Lents_______ E. M. Dahlen_____

25,000

16,080

252,620

27,720

25,000

6,000

15.000

Tolna________174 Farmers* Merch. State Bank Henry Deehr_____ Theodore Quam____ R. E. Engen_____ L. Frydendal-------Nelson 119
$156 par 100 77-984
d»t§'17

Strasburg_____ 695 First State Bank........ d® tl'14 S. A. Flacker.
Emmons Q14

Jos. Dillman.......... J. S. Fischer-------- L. C. Fischer.
M. Van Soest. Sr.

77-154

J

deen, S. D.

Security State Bank__________ (Closed December 17 . 1930)
St. Thomas... 595 First National Bank___dl’Ol E T. Thompson...
Pembina E22
77-208
Taylor________263 Security NationalBk. d®»t’03 Herman Lentz
10% par 100 77-566
Stark M6

(Closed October 22, 1 930)
Temvlk______ 175 Templeton State Bank_____
Emmons P13
Thompson.__ 273 First National Bank .d®*t’91 M. H. Hanson___ S. N. Lommen____ W. J. McMenamy.
Grand Forks 123 10% par 100 77-706
»ga
W illiams F5

Tioga State Bank _________

(Closed. October 3, 19 30)

Tolley_______ 225 Security State Bank__ •t§*21 Chas. Dockter____ O. A. T. Carlson... J. M. Lund.
Renville E8
$125 par 100 7 7-1062

Underwood... 488 First Security Bank__ dt§’03 Krist Kjelstrup...
par 190
77-260
McLean K10

‘Valley City..5268
Barnes M21

AMERICAN
NATIONAL BANK
& TRUST CO.

$135

par 100 77-40

77-39

Elmer Melby_____

C. O. Thompson.. W. A. Gogstetter

HENRY E. NELSON* A. C. TBORKELSON - A. C. THORKELSON - RUSSELL HOUGEN—.
Ch.of Bd.and Pres. LEONARD BEAL

9.500

100,000 Cont. III. Bk. & Tr.Co.,Chi.; 1st N.,Minpis.,
Minn. N.. Duluth.
120,000 1st N„ St. P.; 1st N.. Midland

N. Bk.
& Tr. Co., and Northw. N.. Minpis.

35,200 1st N.. Minpis.: Dakota N. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Bismarex.

179,000 Chase N.. N. V.; Northw. N., Minpis.
IstN. Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo.
•

AFFILIATED WITH THE NORTHWEST BAN CORPORATION

dB®Tt'29

NATIONAL BANK
OF VALLEY CITY
par 25

R. W. Cilley.—

J. 0. HANCHETT----- ERLE L. FOUKS------ T. H. JEFFERY-------- J. M. CONNORS—
A. M. LYBECK
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE
All collections given Immediate attention
and remitted for on day of payment.

260.550 National City Bank................ -New York
First National Bank........... Minneapolis
First National Bank.................. -St. Paul
First National Bank.....................Duluth
AFFILIATED WITH FIRST BANK STOCK CORPORATION
,>akota Natlonal Bank................. -Fargo

100,000

40.860 1,108,100

61,940

734,580

319,350

86,500

dB®T«t'19

Van Hook_____ 372 Farmers State Bank__________ (Purchased by First National Bank Oct ober 28, 1930)
Mountrail H7

First National Bank_____

(Closed August 6,

1931)

Velva_________ 870 Peoples State Bank—1§’15 J. E. Setterstrom.

Venturla______233 First State Bank ....d®t|’06 P. T. Kretschmar.. John Bischof___
Mclutosh Q16

A. R. Kumm--------- A. S. Kumm_____

15,000

2,140

122,680

83,400

31,000

19,060

6,360 Am. N.. St. P.: 1st N.. Minpis.; 1st Inti.
Minot.

W. K. Kretschmar E. A. Sayler-------

15,000

10,000

165,960

119,530

35,000

16,510

19,910 Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N.
Minpis..St. P.. and Bismarck.

77-880

McHenry Hll

par 100

77-710

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xu/±

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Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

County
‘County Seats.
Entire State in
No. 9 Fed. Res.Dist

•Mem,A.B.A.nNew S State fPrlv
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d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSale%Div.

*Wahpcton__ .317(5
Richland P25

CITIZENS
NATIONAL BANK

town and

77-58

President.

Vice-President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) In back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.
Liabilities.
Resources.
Principal Correspondents.
Lmu
Boada
paxw-oi SCITLVI Dkpos- OTaaa
Cash A Iz»ad
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Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

0. A. LEACH............ J. P. REEDER......... S. H. MURRAY------ 6. N. REEDER------ $ 75.00C $ 120,771 $137018 1$ 65,150 $ 538,411 $ 705,641 $ 102,22 $ 234,820 Chase N., N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr.
AARON STERN
Co. and 1st N., Chi.; Northw. N.,
Send y<>ur collectionis to the larerest bank
Mlnpls.; 1st & Am. N., Duluth; 1st
N., St.P.
AFFILIATED
WITH
THE
NORTHWEST
BAN
CORPORATION
for efficient service and quick returns.

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< Special attentio
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1 The Oldest Ban
vFarm Loans.

G.J. FISCHER____

0. J. OLSON_______ M. L. SCHREIBER—

UR WAHPETON
n given Bill of La
th each sight draft fc
k In the City.—

ITEMS DIRECT.
ding drafts, Cash and Time Items.
r presentation and i 5c for credit reports.
Safe.—Conservat! ve.

25.000

19,090

367,590

15,000

1,500

11,000

20.000

7.000

1Q0 700

Webster______110 Bank of Webster_____®t8'02 Joi. M. Kelly_____ Dennis Kelly_____ D. W. Kelly______ J. O. Peterson___
Ramsey G18
$256-7%
77-714
par 200

15.000

28,650

Wellsburg........161 Farmers State Bank___t§’13 Aug. Peterson........ John Jorgenson... J. B. Williams
Wells 115
par 100
77-817

10,000

12,380

Westhope.___521 Peoples State Bank -®»t5’06 W. T. Munn______ R. M. Trimble____ A. A. McMaster... A. O. Benthagen...
77-189
Bottineau Dll $185 par 100

30.000

Wheelock......... 115 First State Bank............tS'06 William Raymond. H. K. Thue............. B. T. Raymond
Williams 04
77-368

10,000

“

--------

™E "wtHPEToS”11 ■
par 100

77-57

Walhalla_____ 700 First National Bank
Pembina D20

117,220

25.0(M

Chase N.. N. Y.; 1st N., Uinpls. and St. P.

(Closed December 2, 1930)

Warwick.......... 249 Security State Bank d®»J519 M. Chr. Jorgenson. O. H. Heimack____ J. H. Mikkelson...
Benson 113
lioo par loo 77-1030
‘Washburn.__753 Farmers Security Bank
O. H. Holtan,
O. S. Oberg______ H. A. Fischer____ O. J. Franze_____
McLean Kll
par 100
77-1042 d®tS’19 Ch. of Bd. and Pres,
••
“
s September 27,1930)
..
Farmers Security B ank, Washburn, N, D.)
Watford Clty.,769 First State Bank___
McKenzie 1 4

180,530

1,500

is non

9,500

4,500 1st N.. Minpls.

123,700

20,000

14,000

60,000 Northw. N. and 1st N.. Minpls.; 1st N.
Bismarck.

75,180

17,040

5,010

28,170 1st N., St. P. and Devils Lake; Northw.
N., Minpls.

91,620

97,200

1,740

5,390

9,670 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Fargo; 1st N.. Har­
vey; Midland N. Bk. & Tr., Minpls.

27,680

it? son

127,740

11,580

6,100

25,140

2,750

24,830

16,840

2,130

53,000

34,490

5,160

18,630

144,310

64,830

15,610

62,310

(Closed August 8,19 31)
(Closed August 4,19 31)

Whitman_____ 110 Bank of Whitman____»t§'12 G. F. Lamb_______ Stephen Hofer.__ C. F. McErlane.__
15,000
93,090
3,190
Nelson 020
par 100
77-772
(Formerly First National Bk.)
Closed November 2 6. 1930)
Wlldrose______518 First Citizens Bank
Williams E4
‘Williston ___ 5106
fJ.A.CUNNINGHAM.
6,450 240,620
C. E. CUNNINGHAM- SANFORD DALE
40,000
Williams 02
) Ch.of Bd.andPres.
(.This bank was totally NEW Febr uary 13,1926. OF
FICERS ARE OF LONG RESIDE NCE H ERE.
$150-8%
77-1077 dB®»t$’26
par 100

COMMERCIAL
STATE BANK

..

Alex Stern______ W. S. Davidson.__ F. E. Stewart____
d®»;1900 Otto Bremer. V. P. O.W. Bell
C. E. Botton

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

par loo

77-51

Willow City -.577 Merchants National Bank___ Closed June 25, 193 L)
Bottineau E13
Wilton...____ 1001 First National Bank.d®*t'20 J. J. Schmid ._
McLean L12
1
r. H. Steffen, F. P. A. H. Erickson
77-1053

A. M. Dahl

Wimbledon—421 Farmers* Merchants Bank 3eo. W. Scott........ Fred Carr_______ \f. T. Chase
Barnes L19
1
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77-829
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75,000

35,000 1,150,000

1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Fargo.

& Tr. Co.. Chi.; Midland N. Bk. & Tr. Co.
and Northw. N., Minpls.

37,500

590,000

365,000

142,500

200,000
Chi.; Am. N., St. P.; 1st N.. Minpls.

25,000
16,000

3,200

295,640

1

26,080

25,000

)

198,580

77,850

17,720

54,680 ( :ont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N. an
Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N„ Bismarck.

23,090

1,150

10,730

7,110 st N.. Minpls.; N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. James
town.

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Tom* amd County.
^County Seats.
Entire State in
No. 9 Fed.Res. Dist.

•Mem. A. B. A.’‘New |State tPrlf.
tMem. Bute B. Ass’a.
PRstab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-S»feDep.®SaT.$LastSale%Di».

President.

Wlshek______ 1146 FIRST STATE MNK—•*! 08
McIntosh P16
par 100
77-258
„

Cashier.

Vice-President.

Ass’t Cashier.

j h.

Wlshek

J. H. Wishek. Jr- H. B. Timm

ft. ftrant

Security State Bank....31*09
par 100
77-259

Wolford_____ 219
Pierce F15

(Discontinued Septe mber 6, 1930.

Woodworth___ 261
Stntsman L16

(Closed December 26, 1930)

Liabilities.
Surplus
D ron
Paid-up
AND
Capital Profits
ITS

$

A. M. Halstead.__

Windsor______ 210 Farmers State Bank....tlT9
Stntsman M17
par 100
77—1018

Wm. Hnher

H. E. Rosier_____ W. H. Dickson____

Zahl_____ ______i64
Williams B2

T. K. Riley

12,000

185,350 $

15.000

15.000

174,000

15.000

Geo. A. Lindow...

10,000

15,000 $

157,070

140.100

7.200

16,900 $

7,100 1st N.. St. P-: N. Bk. &. Tr. Co.. Jameatown.

37,490

27,780 Cont. Ill. Bk, & Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N.,
Minpls. and St. P.; 1st N. and Bk. of N.
Dak., Bismarck.

22.000

34,700 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Fargo.

7,500

140,000

'

--f

25,000 1st N.. Minpls.
. .

130,000
•

First State Bank ...d®*$i’16
*125 par 100 77-945

.

. . * J

k

‘ •

,

10.000

8,410

51,110

33,270

15,790

2,710

17,750 N. Bk. & Tr. Co., Jamestown: 1st N„
Minpls.

10.000

10,000

115,000

68,000

35,000

11,000

21,000 Northw. N., Minpls.; 1st N.. Bismarck.

20.000

30,260

429,520

396,280

12,000

41,530

29,960 Cont. Ill. Bk. &. Tr. Co.. Chi.; 1st N., St.
P.; 1st N., Minpls.

50.000 $

86,660 $ 448,740 S

20,200 S

86,760 Ohase N„ N. Y.; Union Tr. Co., Olev.; lit
N„ Cm. and Pitt.

(Deposit liabilities assumed by Zeeland State Bank)
, r

Zeeland State Bank.d®*$l’06 John Bischof-------- M. J. Ruemmele... W. A. Melchert—— J. S. Jakobe_______
B. P. Welder
J. H. Jenner
par 100
77-456

OHIO

In No. 4 F.R.D.
la Cincinnati Br.

Ada----------------- 2499 FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Hardin G9

15,000

72,000 $

correspondents.

(Closed October 27, 1930)

Zeeland...____ 419
McIntosh Q15

G

S

93,000

Principal

• .

Ypsllantl_____ 110 Farmers State Bank____ $5’09 R. R. Wolfer-------- Amos Jacobson.—
Stntsman N19
par 100
77-718

»•

3,000 $

ties

Resources.
I
Loabi
Bond a
Cam A IxMlftCBLr- OUMM'D
vI
and
and
Discount* SMuritUi ULNBOTJ8 fl68 BaIU

(Closed November 15 . 1930)

York ________ 320
Benson G15

•*

15.000 $

Othbb
Liabili­

Depo sit liabilities assume d by Citizens State B ank, Rug by, N, D. )

Wjmdmere ___ 521 Bank of Wyndmere.__ t§’99
Richland P24
77-251

Mercer K8

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dexed Acces.). Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) In back of this
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NORTH DAKOTA—Continued

*232-10%

par 100

8LIBERTY
%

56-592 dB®»t’93

rBEN.R. CONNER—

J.

I.

ST AMI ABB H —

G. I. MOORE_ _ _ _ R. S. HOVER —-

$

63,480 I 345,060 S 191,860,$

Special attentl on given BID of L ading drafts, Cas h and Time Item a.
^Please send 15ewi itheaeh tight draft for presentation a nd 56c for Credit Reports,

J. H. ShanksBANK------- ®ti’02 Geo. Rothrock,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
56-591

Lloyd UcElray.

N.P. Hill..

60.000

43,100

375,000

300,890

65,000

112,210 Fifth Third Un.Tr.Co.. Oin.; Huntington

N„ Col.; Mellon N„ Pitt,

B. Hemmeger____ O. B. Armstrong__ Herbert Lesher.
Adelphl_______ 412 Adelphi Banking Co.
G. B. Armstrong.
*250-12%
56-861 dB®t§’08 Ch. of Bd. and Pres,
C Ross MI2

25.000

40,000

310,000

240,000

60,000

10,000

65,000 Chase N.. N. Y.: 1st Citiz. Tr. Co., Col.;
Fifth Third Un.Tr. Co„ Cin.

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JOSEPH A. HELMERS.......................................VicePresident
G. W. WILLIAMS................ First Vice President
WM. D. KNOX..................................................... VicePresident
HUGH P. COLVILLE......................................... VicePresident
CHARLES BARTLETT...................................... VicePresident
EDWARD A. SISSON ... Vice Pres, and Tr. Off.
R. CLIFF SMITH................................................. VicePresident
ALFRED M. CRESSLER. Vice Pres, and Inv. Off.
EDWARD J. HOFF.............................................. VicePresident
THOMAS M. CONROY...................................... VicePresident
S. W. PANDORF................................................... VicePresident
JOHN J. HEIDACHER.......................................VicePresident
J. F. KLEIN................................................... Cashier

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WILLIAM P. ANDERSON
Chairman, The Ferro Con­
crete Construction Co.
OSCAR BERMAN
President,
The Crown
Overall Mfg. Co.
HUGH P. COLVILLE
Vice President
CHAS. W. DUPUIS
President
MAURICE J. FREIBERG
President, The Freiberg &
Workum Co.
JAMES N. GAMBLE
Vice President, The Proc­
ter & Gamble Co.
FREDERICK A. GEIER
President, The Cincinnati
Milling Machine Co.
GEO. J. GRUEN
Sec'y-Treas., The Gruen
Watch Co.

JAMES J. HEEKIN
Chairman, The Heekin Co.
REUBEN A. HOLDEN
Retired

BAYARD L. KILGOUR
President, The Cincinnati
& Suburban Bell Tele­
phone Co.

G. ELLIS HUMMEL
Sec’y-Treas., The David
Hummel Bldg. Co.

B. W. LAMSON
Partner, Haydock, Lamson & Co.

CHARLES D. JONES
President, The Little
Miami Railroad Co.

R. K. LE BLOND
President, The R. K. LeBlond Machine Tool Co.

DAVID C. JONES
Vice President, The Lunkenheimer Co.
W. A. JULIAN
Chairman, The Julian &
Kokenge Company
W. E. KEPLINGEP.
Managing Director, The
Ahrens-Fox Fire Engine
Co.

M. E. LYONS
President and Treas., The
J. H. Day Co.
EDWARD NAGEL
Henry Nagel and Son.
ROBERT W. POGUE
President, The H. & S.
Pogue Co.

JOSEPH K. POLLOCK
Vice President, The Hang­
ing Rock Iron Co.
J. M. RICHARDSON
President, The Richardson
Co.
CHARLES STREBEL
Partner, Strebel, Walthers
& Co.
STUART B. SUTPHIN
President, The I. V. Sutphin Co.
ROBERT A. TAFT
Taft, Stettinius & Hollis­
ter, Attorneys
G. W. WILLIAMS
Vice President
LUCIEN WULSIN
President, The Baldwin
Piano Company

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INDEX
TO

COUNTIES.
Adams..........P 9
Allen.............G 7
Ashland....... G 14
Ashtabula.. .C 20
Athens......... N 15
Auglaize....... H 7
Belmont... .K 19
Brown...........P
Butler........... N 6
Carroll......... H 19
Champaign .. .J 9
Clark.............K 9
Clermont...... 0 7
Clinton......... N 9
Columbiana.G 20
Coshocton. . .1 15
Crawford .. .G 12
Cuyahoga.. .D 17
Darke..................J6
Defiance......... D 6
Delaware... .1 12
Erie.............. D 13
Fairfield....... L 13
Fayette....... M 10
Franklin... .K 11
Fulton.............C 8
Gallia............P 14
Geauga........ D 18
Greene.............L
Guernsey... .J 17
Hamilton... .N 5
Hancock........F 9
Hardin...........G 9
Harrison........I 19
Henry............E 8
Highland.......0 9
Hocking... .M 13
Holmes........ H 15
Huron.......... E 13
Jackson........0 14
Jefferson........I 20
Knox............. 114
Lake............. C 18
Lawrence... R 13
Licking..........J 13
Logan............19
Lorain.......... E 15
Lucas.............. C 9
Madison.... K 10
Mahoning.. .F 20
Marion........ H 11
Medina.........F 15
Meigs...........N 15
Mercer............H 5
Miami.............. J 7
Monroe........ L 19
Montgomery . L 7
Morgan....... M 16
Morrow....... H 12
Muskingum. K 15
Noble............L 12
Ottawa......... C 11
Paulding.........E 6
Perry............ L 14
Pickaway... .L 11
Pike...............O 11
Portage........ E 18
Preble..............L 5
Putnam...........F 7
Richland... .G 13
Ross............. N 11
Sandusky. . ,D 11
Scioto........... P 12
Seneca.......... E 11
Shelby............17
Stark...........G 18
Summit,........ E 17
Trumbull... .E 20
Tuscarawas .H 17
Union............ I 10
Van Wert... .G 6
Vinton......... N 13
Warren...........M 7
Washington. M 17
Wayne......... G 15
Williams......... C 6
Wood........... D 9
Wyandot....G 10


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Town and County
^County Seats.
1*. No. 4 F. R. D.
Gls Cincinnati Br.

•Mem. A.B. A. "New §State fPriv.
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Surplus Depos­ Other
Load,
Paid-up
and
and
Liabili­
its
Capital Profits
Duoounta Securities
ties

4 Akron____

255.040 Akron Morris Plan Bk.
P. T. McCourt____ W. D. Turner.......... M. S. Richardson. May Harrop, A.Sec. $ 200,000 $ 103.810 $ 856,010
$
Summit F17
6% par 100 50-1341
®t§’17 I. E. Myers, V. P S. F. Ziliox
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‘THE

CENTRAL
DEPOSITORS

G. H. DUNN- - - - - - - - - CHAS. HERBERICH G. C. DIETZ, Ch.
H. H. GIBBS
W.J. RU0F,
C. B. MCDOWELL
Exec. v. P. WALTER HERBERICH
G. W. MERZ,
J. G. ROBERTSON
Exec. V. P. m. A. BOESCHE
P. H. SCHNEIDER

BANK & TRUST
COMPANY
*75-12% ♦ 58-59
par 25

d®T»J|’04

P. M. HELD.

Tr........
Ass't Treasurers

C. E. ELWELL. Sec..

2.750.000 2,814,880 29242530

Ass’t Secretaries

N. E. DUNWIDDIE
L. E. MENTZER
J. M, CARTER
R. N. FOLTZ
D. D. HELD
E. R. COLCLOUGH
F. A.SteSeR
EDWARD C. OEiSS
W. J. AUSTIN „ ,
J. R. MCBRIDE
HERBERICH
JOHN OLHQEFT, JR. ALFRED
WM. J. STAIGER
K. F. SONNHALTER
R. T. HARTLEY
M. L. FREEMAN,
Tr. Off.
MASON SNOW,
A. J. RAUSCH, aud.
A. Tr. Off.
J. L. GRIFFITHS,
A. Tr. Off.
CARL ANGNE,
A.Tr.Off.
EARL J. PUBLOW,

61,640 SI 160 420

non Barks

S

5,760 $

55,280 Guaranty Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st City Tr. & Sav.,

Akron.

524.240 25 973 620 $2032760 3,363,590 3,961,680 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Irv. Tr. Co.,
Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., and Chase N.,
N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.;
Union Tr. Co., Clev.

Offices in Akron
Main Office: Main at Mill St.
Depositors Office: 328 S. Main St.
Kenmore Office: 937 Kenmore Blvd.
East Akron Office: 975 E. Market St.

Other Offices in Ohio
Barberton: Barberton Office, Cor. Tuscarawas and Third
Cuyahoga Falls: Falls Office. 2131 Front St.

A. Tr. Off

* COMMERCIAL BANK & John Kerch............ O. H. Myers
CH. usser, Tr. __
. TR. CO.--56-62—d®T*ll‘07 C. B. Musser,
J. H. Stahl
M. C_.r Stanley.
*125-12% par 50
Exec. V. P. Karl K. KempeT,
Tr. ’Officer
(4 Offices)
A. V. P. W. E. Pardee, Sec.
A. C. Loesch,A. Sec.

DIME SAVINGS
BANK COMPANY
*200-13%

56-58

WM. H. EVANS_ _ _

N. SHAFFER
M. .KINDIG

H. J. WADE,

Tr..

J. A. Blair______
W. J. Cope
L; ’A. Schultz
Lloyd Semonin
Byron Stubbs
H. W. Brixey
John Javornik
Burdette D. Etz

350,000

RUSSELL BAER,

200.000

>233,450 3,719.370

100.400

2,844,260

531,630

3C6.590

570.740 Irv. Tr. Co. and Chase N., N. Y.; Union
Tr. Co. and Clev. Tr. Co., Clev.;
Mellon N., Pitts.

200,000

386,650 6.141.220

98,380

4,148,120 1,682,360

222,670

773,100 N. Clty.N. Y.; 1st N.,Chl.; Clev.Tr.Co.,
Clev.

4,083,200

Tr...

H, o. rlnESTONEj Ch.

Sec. and Tr, Off,

Tr-

*250-12% ♦ 56-66 dB©T»t8’16

par 100

“FIRST-CITY
TRUST &
SAVINGS BANK
♦ 56-55 dB®T»t5’55
*175-12%-)-4% extra par 50

484,020

556.980 Bkrs.Tr. Co. and Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Oo„
N. Y.: Union Tr. Co., Oler.; Colonial Tr.

Co., Pitt.

HARRY WILLIAMS IRA E. MYERS-— H.
T. S.
GEO. D. BATES, Ch. G. ft. EDGAR
MERRYWEATHER, EICHELBER6ER,
H. B.MANT0N
V. P. and Tr.
V. P. and Sec.
W.A. M. VAUGHAN, $• F. ZILIOX
1st V. P.

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Ass’t Secretaries

L.S. DUDLEY,
H. A. VALENTINE C. G. FAINE
Tr. Off.
FRANCISW0LC0TT N. G. NELSON
J. L. COLLINS.
Associate Tr. Off. C.G. WILSON
H. B. SLUSSER
R.C. PARISH,
T. R. COOK
J. E.HATCH
Ass<. Tr. Officer
J.
H.
HILL
F. W. HAMRICK
P. W. FERGUSON,
Ass’: Tr. Off. G. H. KRUMROY
H.A. FISHER
W. H. SIMMONS, W. J. EDERER
B. M. ROCKWELL
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H. C. LUND
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ouses and

Indivi duals

3,750,000 4,100,980 43 409 280

RES EH YE.

142,360

invit ed.
5.353,800 6.756.650 5,338.490 Irv. Tr. Co., Chase N., Chem. Bk. & Tr.
Co., N. City, and Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.;
Cont. HI. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.; Guard­
ian Tr. Co., Clev. Tr. Co., and Union
Tr. Co., Clev.; Phil. N. and 1st N.,
Phil.

MEMBER FEDERAL RKSERYE.
Main Office, 157 South'Main.
City Office, 51-53 South Main.
Peoples Office, ^Exchange and Main.
Goodyear Office, Market and Goodyear Avc.
East Akron Office. 1002 East Market.
Arlington Office, 573 South Arlington.
North Akron Office, Temple Square.
South Akron Office, 1243 SouthMain.

LARGEST BANK IN SUMMIT COUNTY
COMMERCIAL BANKING, FOREIGN, TRUST,
SAVINGS AND BOND DEPARTMENTS.
Quick Returns on Collections.

rHE FIFTH THIRD UNION TRUST CO., CINCINNATI

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594.170

®T»tS1800

h

‘A •

248.260

9".4' "" '

FIRESTONE PARK ^r0,ll|WyiW R‘ A‘ FIRESTONE GILBERT NEAL, c. L. WILSON,
Prompt and Efficient CollectionrService. H. W. McGREGORY.
Attentiongiven Drafts with Bills A-Sec-andA•
TRUST &SAV.BK. Special
of Lading attached. Account* of Banks, Business H

(Akron continued o n next page)

463,500 4.656,620

Over Sixty Years of Service

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
10*70 to each bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers
I4/0 Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass n.
Town and County.
‘County Seats.
In No. 4F. R.D.
C is Cincinnati Br.

■ Mem.A.B.A.nNew J State tPrlr.
1 Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
<►Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
-SafeDep.©Sar.$IastSale%Div.

Vice-President.

President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.). Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Kates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

OHIO—Continued

‘Akron........ 255,040 Ohio Stale Bank & Trust Co. Absorbed by First- C ’ity Trust & Saving
(Continued)

ASS’T CASHIER.

Cashier.

Liabilities.
Paid-up SURPLUS DeposITS
Capital Profits

Other
ties

RESOURCES.
Loam
Bondi MIBCELt- Cab* k lxBad
Diaoonnti (Muritim LAMIOUD pr.om Baku

Principal

correspondents.

Bank, January 31 1931)

Closed for liquidati o n March 14,1931)
Haim App
J . B. Pergrin

‘STANDARD SAVINGS BANK
(105 par 100 58-1311 dB®»t§ 20
......

E. T. Dailey_____ F. E. Bolton.

D. D. Clark..

Alger________ 857 Alger Savings Bank ..®»tl'06
(80-8%
56-865
Hardin H8

C. C. Clark_______

ALLIANCE FIRST
NATIONAL BANK

par 285

1 1

_

T. M. Bishop.......... R. I. Pitts_______

GEO. F. SCHWEIKART
W. E. DAVIS .......... 6.1. HALL.
«CT. SEBRELL
W. L. SEBRELL, ^
W. H. PURCELL
Tr. Officer
First established, oldest and largest bank. Modern banking facilities.
Popular, conservative but progressive.
56-184 dB®T*t’72 send us youb alliance items.

"VJHRL'UHH
1150-5% par 100 ♦ 56-186

JiUBfc PMtar- S:

MACK HOPKINS-----SHINN*Tr.Off. E. H. SHINN

D. F. Lembright—

120,000

5,000

102.500

32,600

6,500

24,400

25,000

37,090

293,230

45,000

347.840

4,100

6,220

42,120 Huntington N., Col.; Newark Tr., Newark.

25.000

19.000

100.000

123,000

15,000

35,000

360,260 1.644,610

N.. Col.

4%

Amelia................42" Amelia State Bank_____ it'll
56-868
C Clermont P7

Pitt. N. A.. Pitt.; 1st N.. Cin.; Hunt­
ington N., Col.

3M.000

636,120 6,198,140

331,540 4.260,316 1,866,620

250,000

116,620 3,199,130

181,010 2,257,410

691,500

327,310

470,540 Chase N., N. Y.; Union Tr. Co. and Cent.United N., Clev.; 1st N., Mellon N., and
Bk. of Pitt. N. A.. Pitt.

253,640

95,350

18,750

48,070 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Un. Tr. Co.. Cieve.l

133,740

142,650

Tr. Co., N. Y.; 1st N., Chi. and Pitt.;
Union Tr. Co. and Guardian Tr. Co.,
Cler.

25,380

340,430

100,000

27,110

781,380

56,000

605.370

50.000

12.500

77.000

15,000

137,000

I. E. Alspangh------ J. R. Christy____

25,000

7,000

118,000

W. A. Williams___ Erma Eppert_____

25.000

33,610

169,970

J. P. Owen..

25,000

17,000

155,000

F. H. Steele.

25.000

14.01C

711.960

25,001

11,29(

221,890

100.001

64,41(

744.94<

N. W. Clark__

..

9,000

Alliance 1st N.. Alliance.

82,740 Chase N., N. Y.;

Mellon N.. Pitt.;
Guardian Tr. and Un. Tr. Cos., Clev.

9,500

O. E. Winner

Amanda ___ .557 Clear Creek Valley Banking W. E. Armstrong..
Company .56-1273 —d®tST
Fairfield L13
Harvey Pnrin

L. B. Glazier-------- W. E. Thompson.. r t. Thomas

21,500 Ohio N„ Col.

94,460

32,770

8,860

170,710

24,940

7.260

33,000

83,000

89.000

36,000

22,000 Union Tr. Co.. Clev.; Huntington N.. Col.

550,05C

80,380

9,660

110,860 Chase N.. N. Y.: Union Tr. Co., Clev.;
Elyria Sav. & Tr. Co.. Elyria.

5,000

105,540

122,810

1,000

33,910 Un. Tr. Co.. Clev.: Un. Sav. Bk. & Tr..

14,500

635.330

151,160

29,160

108,200 Chase N.. N. Y.; Union Tr. Co. and Guar­
dian Tr.Co..01ev.; Mellon N..Pitt.

34,520 1st N.. Cin.

(200-6% par 100 56-869

N. F. Foster-------- C. G. Aschenbach
Amherst_____284 [ m ill iihI HI. x a! Ik. UK • K.JU■
O.H. Baker
(110-7%parl0056-1250 d®«tt'U
Lorain Dll

"------- "

16,000

50.000

D. A. Hart...
G. E. Graf.
V. P. and Cash J. T. Byers

PEOPLES BANK COMPANY H. D. Tolerton----par 100
56-187 dB©»tl'07
(125 par 100 56-188

Amesvllle____29
G Athens N16

25,000

1st City Tr. & Sav., Akron.

) A COMPLETE BANKING AND TRUST BUSINES s.
^Collections a S peclalty.

Mount Union Bank..dB®§’30 F. E. Henry, Jr.. - Lindsey Stroup.... G. W. Seiple______ L. J. Horton______
Nile Long
140 par 25 56-189
-——

107,540 0

683,910

ITKINSMI.

E.'

—

71.280

36,570

56-1230

Alexandria ___ 450 Alexandria Bank Co.
ti2&-o%
56-864 dB®*it’05
Licking J13

Alliance ___ 23,047
Stark FID

69,000 $ 668,220

42.440 1

100,000

3. R. Musser.......... G. R. Edgar, Tr,.. J.E. Mason,S«e. and
Mgr,

Akron Clearing House--------(Membership indicated by a *)

Albany_______ 471
C Athens N15 par 100

D. H. Beyer............
A. G. Arnot,
Cash, and Sec. R. P. Hassler, Tr.

Amherst Savings & Bkg. Co.

Amsterdam ..117 Amsterdam 8tate Bank
par 100
56-1361 B®t§'2
Jefferson I IS

(Closed July 30, 193 1)
J. Y. Walker........

Andover
. 90 Andover Bank____ d©»t§’8 F. W. Sargent____ F. J. Bishop------Ashtabula C21
(200-10% par 100 56-871


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

F. I. Hubbard-----

H. E. Marshall__
F. A. Woodard___ Lena M. Griffis__
S.NtWoodard.A.C . M. A. Lacey

ri

T H E FI FT H T H IRE) lINI ON T RlJS1 C(L CINCINNAT

1

*

Steubenville; Mellon N., Pitt.

OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES IN EVERY FORM OF DOMESTIC
AND FOREIGN BANKING.
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED

Number under Name of Bank Is the New Transit Numberr given
197Q to eaoh bank In U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bai
inkers*
^'
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
Town and County.
‘County Seats.
In No. 4 F. R. D.
C is Cincinnati Br

•Mem.A.B.A.MNew gStatefPrir.
$Mem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%DlT.

Liabilities.
President.

Anna________ 462 Farmers & Merchants Bk. Co. Geo. C. Schiff__
Shelby 17
*120-4% par 100 56-872
tfi'08
Ansonla______ 651 Citizens Bank Co........ ®*il’04 C. W. Wolf_____
Q
Darke J5
1120-6%
56-837
First National Bank—®*t’08 E. E. Vance____
56-838
Antwerp_____ 1024
Paulding E5

V ICE-PRESIDENT.

OASIIEE.

R. D. Mede______

Asa’T Claim.

H. O. Hagelberger. $

7,870 $

25,000

7,000

170,000

Geo. W. Fisher ... R. J. Careins_____ N. E. White______

25.000

4.000

105,600

196.400

25.000

13,670

441,540

278,030

130,440

24,970

H. E. McCarthy... H. A. Grenert____

25,000

20,980

159,740

13,770

142,330

21,270

28,600

27,280 Cent. N., Clev.

J. H. Potts______ Nelle Dingledine..
Edw. Miller

100,000

17,200

421,000

119,300

326,300 < 195,000

69,400

A. J. Stamm_____ Florence M. Leu...
Viola M. Rupp

50,000

25.000

550,000

475,000

40,000

15,000

66,800 Chase N„ N. Y.; Cent. Tr. Co. and 1st N..
Cin.: Huntington N„ Col.; On. Tr. Co.,
Dayton.
95,000 Gty. Tr. Co.. N.Y.; O. Sav. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Tol.; Onion Tr. Co.. Clev.

T. W. Dimke___

May V. Miller____
C. D. Hause. And.

25.000

16,300

323,650

278,330

21,460

20,570

44,600 Chase N..N. Y.; Tol. Tr.. Tol. Clev.

W. G. Ramsey__

W. S. Alee.............

25.000

35,890

245,860

249,930

25,680

12,220

36,920 Fifth-Third On. Tr. Co.. Cin.; 1st N. Bk.
& Tr. Co., Findlay.

J. A. Lutz______

E. P. Helbert ___

150,000

165,210

1,122,440

232,500

8,490

415,180 N. City, N.Y.; Cent. Onited N. and Onion
Tr. Co.. Clev.; Mellon N.. Pitt.
403,460 N. City. N. Y.; Onion Tr. Co., Clev. Tr.
Co., and Guardiau Tr. Co.. Clev.
764,260 1st N.. N.Y., Chi., and Pitt.; Union Tr. Co.,
Clev.

Ui

M. L. REEB. . . . . . . . . . . . .

96.800 $

George R. Freer.. H. L. Hess......... .

50,000

25,000 1,571.700

150,000

155.910 1.447.280

F. J. Riley_______ H. T. Westbrook..

25,000

30,000

330,000

Ashtabula.. 23,301 COMMERCIAL SAV.&TR.C0. J. P. Ducro_______
A. T. Ullman_____ J. H. Goddard____ J. R. Wyman_____
Ashtabula B19 *100 par 100 56-171 d®T*t§’l9

200,000

53,000

545,480

322,050 1,755,300

H. M. KUNKLE — M.C. ROBINSON_ _ _
FARMERS
NATIONAL BANK <
Eight
ENTRUST YOU R ASHTABULA
BANK IN T HE COUNTY.

(Formerly Farmers National
Bank of Ashtabula)

MARINE SAVINGS BANK CO'

F. B. RUSSELL. . . . . . . . C. R. WRIDHT______

I

Ch. of Bd. & Pres.

$
$

40,000

20,000 $

16,610 1st N., Wapakoneta; Huntington N„ Col.

22,000

25,000 1st N, and Fifth Third On. Tr. Co., Gin.;
Onion Ti. Co., Clev.
28.000 Onion Tr. Co.. Clev.; Huntington N.. Col.

150,000

18,000

47,850

88,660

553,250

431,790

53,990

280,000

35,000

22.000

48,000 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Cent.
Onited N.. Clev.; 1st Citiz. Tr. Co.. Col.

144,150

668,730

134,540

40,150

99,210 lrv. Tr. Co., N. Y.: Guardian Tr.Co..
Clev.; Mellon N.. Pitt.

207,000

1,210,010

871,580

32,500

320,250 Gty. Tr. Co., N. Y.; Onion Tr. Co., Clev.;
Mellon N.. Pitt.

308,000

200,000

30,000

100,000 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Cout. Ill.

e.

W. E. DUDLEY. . . . . . . . . JULIUS LUKKARILA—

60,000

28,000

550,000

Bk. & Tr. Co.. Chi.; Onion Tr. Co.. Clev.,
Mellon N., Pitt.

Collections a sp eclalty.
par 50
56-169
d®t§’90 Reasonable
cha rges. Prompt re mlttance.
(Formerly Marine National l Send
us your A shtabula buslnes 8
Bank)

.

NATIONAL BANK
OF ASHTABULA

f B. B. SEYMOUR- P.C.REMICK-

H. R. FAULKRER - R. E. GRAHAM —-

l Special attentio
I Largest Bank In

ding drarta. Cash

n given BUI of La
Ashtabula.

*200-12% par 100 56-170 d®‘t'97
Ashvllle
.1085 Ashvllle Banking Co.
O. B. Teeeardin__ C. W. Squire______ E. A. Snyder_____
Pickaway L12
*no-6 to io% 56-761
d®t5’06
par 175

200.000

*200-8%

par 100 56-760

I SEND US YOU

R ASHVLLLE IT
| Special attentio n given BUI of La
I Please send 15c w ith each sight draf
^Prompt service has built up our

194,600

50,000

45,700

302,630

82,900

ETHEL M. ALLISON-. 50,000
Cash, and See. Fred j. Bines
EMS.
ding drafts, Cash and Time Items.
t for presentation and 50c for Credit Reports.
business.

42,630

500,280

150,330

THE FIFTH THIRD UNION TRUST CO.. CINCINNATI

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175,170 2.004,250

1.580,660

300,280 Chase N.. N. Y.; Cent. Onited N.. Clev.

575,630

101,530

37,920

20,160

45,800 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Ohio N.
and City N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Col.

101,530

29,370

72,820 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Huntington N. and Ohio N.. Col.; Onion Tr. Co..
Clev.

and Time Items.

rw. H. PLUM- - - - - - - C. E WEAVER_ _ _ _ _ E. W. SEEDS,
CITIZENS BANK-—d®«t!'94

Chase N. ,N. Y.; Lin. N. Bk. & Tr. Co.. Ft.
Wayne. Ind.: Com.Guard.Tr.&Sav..Tol.:
On. Tr.Co., Clev.

1,106,730
50,100

BUSINESS TO T HE OLDEST

y- Four Yea rs off Servic

fj. L. LAIRD.

25,000 $ 118,060

ight draft for pre sentatlon, and
nsures prompt, pe rsonal attention.

A. C. Bogniard____ J. E. Murphy_____

& TRUST CO.

Principal correspondents.

25,000 $

CENTS sent to us with each s
8%
56-873
CENTS for ea ch credit report I
par 100
Apple Creek...459 Apple Creek Banking Co.
J. R. Jameson____ Walter C. Klein__
Wayne G16
*250-6% ♦ 56-874
®«tS’04
Andrew J. Welty
Arcanum ___ 1,149 First-Farmers National Bank G. W. Hanes_____
C. A. Rosser______
C Darke J5
par 100
56-708
d®»t’92
P. W. Byers
Archbold____1.185 Farmers & Merchants State Jacob Ehrat,
G.
H. Probeck........
Fulton D7
Bank.— 56-734__ d®*t5'97 Ch. of Bd. and Pres. C. F.
Murbach
8% par 100
Peoples State Bank Co.
J. H. Hiller______ N. J. Rychener.__
10%
56-735
d®JS’07
par 100
Arlington_____ 701 Farmers & Merchants Bk. Co. Anson 8wank____
W. A. Rinehart.__
*210-10% par 100
d®t5l900
Hancock G10
56-876
‘Ashland___ 11,141 ASHLAND BANK & SAV.C0. T. O. Stearns_____
M. V. Semple_____
*142-14%
58-891 dB®tS’05
Ashland G14
par 60
Farmers Bank.__ dB®«tt’74 J. L. Clark,
C. R. Freer______
56-390
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
First National Bank d©‘}’63 Joseph Patterson.. P. A. Myers______
*220-10% par 100 56-389
Ashley_______ 734 Bank of Ashley_______________ (Closed June 24, 19 31 Liquidating)
Delaware 112
Farmers Savings Bank Co.
W. Slack________ T. J. Cole_______
*150-8% par 100 56-826 d©t5‘04

*62.50-3«% &0-168 dB®T*t'47
par 25

Resources.

Lotna
Bondi
Cam ft Ex
Paid-up Surplus Dbpos- Other
Miscel­ cmahq
AND
and
nnd
LiabiuN'Dci
Capital Pbovits
m
Diaaounti Bnuritioo laneous rnon Banks
TIBS

A. L. Detrick_____ G. A. Lephart..

H.K. HARRIS— SAM A. GRAVES_ _
bk. f".

Antwerp exchange
COMPANY............d®‘tl’93

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (Indexed) In back of this

OHIO—Continued

539,510

-

RESOURCES $90,000,000.00

ABILITY
WILLINGNESS
COURTESY

Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
loon to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers*
l£OU Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.
Town

and

.Athens_____ 7.252
C

Liabilities.

County. •Mem.A.B.A.nNew§StatetPriv.

•County Seats. tMem. State B. Ass’n.
[E-stab.
In No. 4 F. R. D.
Fed. Kes.Depts:T-Trust B-Bond
C Is Cincinnati Br. d-SafeDep.®Sav.$LastSale%Di?.

Athens NU

ATHENS
NATIONAL BANK
56-454

$300-12%

par 100

Putaisnrr.

T. R. BIDDLE

Vice-President.

Gashiee.

Ase’T Oaseizk.

|

Resources.

Loans
Bonds
Surplus Dap os- Otbeb
Miscel­
and
and
and
Liabili­
mi
Capital Propits
Discounts Bseuritiss laneous
ties

Pub-up

j
T. M. WOLFE....... J. H. McCLURE ... J.S. SHERRARD- $ 125,000 $ 204,100 $ 997,120 $ 210,390
J.S.SHERRARD. 7 r. Off.

$ 703,910 $ 505,730 $

&

Cash
Ex­
changes,Due
from Banks

Principal Correspondents.

74,400 $ 252,470 Chase N., N. Y.; Cont. III. Bk. &Tr. Co..
Chi.; 1st N., Cin.; 1st Citiz. Tr. Co.,
Col.

Proper fee shoo Id accompany ea cb collection for presentation and
also eaeb re quest for special credit report
Prompt service has built up our b usiness. SEND US TOUR ATHENS I TBMS.

dBT«t'05

BANK OF ATHENS
NAT’L BANKING
ASSOCIATION
par 100

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (in*
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Bates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

OHIO— Continued

56-453

dW’65

rJ. 0. BROWN-----

F. D. FORSYTH----- F. H. SANDS-----R. G. PALMER

. !. DAVIS........
J. B. DAVIS

250,000

220,800 1,134,830

159,530

771,520

681,110

9,820

100.000

137,120 1,328,250

20,500i

1,119,050

254,850

50,000

322,650 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st Citiz. Tr. Co., Col.;
lot
1SI

V

Pin
vlQi

I Unexcelled facil ltles for handling your Items and c ollectlons on
I
Athens and vicinity.
..BILL OF LADIN G DRAFTS A SP ECIALTY.

Security Savings Bank Co.
S% par 100 56-455
®I5’06
Attica ............. 783 Sutton State Bank dB®*tl’78
$150-8% par 100 56-877
Seneca F12
Atwater....... . _405 Atwater Savings Bank Co.
par wo ♦ 56-878 d®«tl'07
Portage Flfl

W. B. Lawrence... W. N. Alderman... C. G. O'Bleness.

40.000

25,060

555,140

461,130

45,380

Wealthy Simison..

25,000

9,470

209,990

2,270i

147,870

53,760

;
• ' *i '* n
161,960 AthensN.and Bk. of Athens N. B. A.,
Athens
39,780 . 73,910 Bk. of Am. N. A„ N. Y.; Oom’l N., Tiffin;
Guardian Tr. Co., Clev.
29,320 Guardian Tr. Co.. Clev.; Mellon N„ Pitt.;
15,710

Balnbrldge.__ 735 Rockholri, Brown & Co..

J. P. Olagett_____ E. E. Rockhold___ A. H. Free_______ C. H. Knisley-------

25,000

55,540

299,660

17.000I

310,450

20,350

25,300

41,100 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N., Cin.

’25.000

19,570

102,490

97,360

19,500

14,000

16,140 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N.. Cin.

25,000

38.200

448.620

1

340.800

85,370

7.140

25.000

39,420

467,580

1

306,650

77,240

56,710

G

Ross Oil

20% Bankers 56-787 ©•i+’67

L. L. SuttOD,

Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

Corwin Sutton......... C. N. Sutton------

C. M. Link............

R. E. Whittlesey- C. B. Green
P. Whittlesey, Ch.

F. B. Riltan-------

— R. L. Fortune

Spargnr, Head ft Co. Bank
R. F> McCoppin.— J. C. Ferneau_____ P. W. McCoppin—
par 100 56-788
§'23
H. C. Gerber----------

Alliance N., Alliance.

$175-6%

Baltic .............. 545 Baltic Statp Bank____ ©t§'02 S. Gerber_________ Wm. M. Shutt ...
Tuscarawas 116
56-880
Baltimore____720 First National Bank. d®t’05 J. R. Johnson____ E. B. Wagner----Fairfield 1,13

Barberton ..23,934
Summit F17

56-881

$250-7%

CENTRAL DEPOSITORSBK.&TR.CO.
56-289

GEO. H. DUNN.
G. C. DIETZ, Ch.

W. J. RUOF. Exec..
G. W. MERZ, Exec.

•< Tbls bank Invlt
Corporations, F
to pny business
♦ 56-288 d®«t5’06 MEMBER OF F

ttm—
C. W. SEIBERLING

es the accounts a
lrms and Individ
entrusted to Its c
EDEBAL BESEB

100,000

110,110 1,928,120

.

1,487,310

323,200

108,290

219,430 N. City and Chem. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.;
First City Tr. & Sav., Akron.

347,350

75,540)

260,170

212,920

36,880

48,600 Chase N., N. Y.; Huntington N. and Ohio
N.. Col.

100,2000 1,396,700

600,900

26,000

324,080 Chase N.. N. Y.; 1st N., Chi.; Union Tr.
Co.. Clev.: Bk. of Pitt. N. A.. Pitt.

A. Sec. and Tr.

Sec. and Tr.

*7

nd collections of Banks,
uals, and will give prompt attention
are.
VE SYSTEM.

(Formerly Peoples Savings &
Banking Co.)

par 20

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
56-507

J. T. Ballard_____ A. M. Flax_______

10,690

125,000

Ch. of Bd. and Pres. D. O. Sheppard

56 -506

$300-16%
par 100

Irv. Tr. Co. and Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr.
Co., N. Y.; Cont. HI. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Chi.: Mellon N., Pitt.; Union Tr. Co.,
Clev.

; dfc Trust Co., Akr on)
(Branch of Centra I Deposit
(Bran ch deposi te $3,250,. 000)

Largest Bank In Barberton,
Direct atBUatio n with Central D ep. Bk. & Trust Co., Akron,

llarnes vllle... 4602 Citizens Trust Co.-dB®TtS'05 E. P. White,
Belmont K19

dB©*t'65

98.560 Union Tr. Co., Clev.; Coshocton N..Coshoc
ton.
97,700 Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co., N. Y.: Huntington N. and 1st Citiz. Tr. Co., Col.

95
2,750.000 2.814,880

®T»tS’ll .Careful attend on given to all rna tters entrusted to ns.
S. W. BAUGHMAN, P. 0. BAUGHMAN,
E. F. CRITES........

FIRST-CITY
SAVINGS BANK
$300-8%
par 100

O. M. Wagner------- J.W.Fenstermaker
N. S. Swartz

Fred Hunt________ G. W. Hillesi__
C, A. Bratton

C. J. Bradfleld .

iOinooo

252,390 1,895,100

E. A. Pierce & Co., N. Y.

( LISTED AND U NLISTED STOCK S, BONDS AND I NVESTMENT
SECUR1 TIES.

HAZLETT & BURT-...... —

(United Dollar Store Bldg.) J Members New Yo rk Stock Exchange, New York Curb Ass oc.,
V.
Wheeling St ock Exchange, Prim te wires to principal markets.

Bartlett______ 207 Bartlett Farmers Bank.i§19 John Beazell,
C Washington N16

$190-6%

par 100

58-1262

W. C. Hobson ._

Ch. of Bd. and Pres

Basil__________ 716 Bank of Basil Co... R©t5’14 H. H. Bright-------- A. R. McCleery
Fairfield L13

$151-8%

par

150

56-882

• Batavia____ 1,119 First National Bank __d«i’65 P. F. Jamieson.

G. S Van Horn.

Ch. of Bd. and Pres,
G Clermont 08 $180-10% par 100 56-748
Beach City ....725 Beach City Banking Co.
D. W. Stahl______ W. F. Andrews.
$185-12%
56-833 ®«t8'98
Se ward 8hisler
Stark H17

Don R. Goddard— O. H. Ormiston.

25.000

25,030

134,330

10,5000

163,520

10.500i

1,400

19,430 Peo. Bkg. & Tr. Co.. Marietta.

C. C. Leithaker.__ A. A. Weakley.

25.000

20;000

23oi430

.

210,010i

17)710i

8,420

37,290 City Tr. & Sav., Col.

John Huntington. Amelia Griffith.

80,000

35,240

379,580

0

229,240I

159,730i

134,990

F.H. Park________

25,000

31,510

606,000

0

280,00(]l * 259,110I

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9,350 i.

50,870 IstN. and Cent. Tr. Co., Oin.
103,240i Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co., N. Y.; Union Tr.
Co., Clev.; Mellon N.. Pitt.; 1st Tr. ft
Sav.. Canton.

Over Sixty Years of Service To Banks

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Number under Name of Bank is the New Transit Number given
to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers’
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Rates, Holidays, etc., see Laws.

OHIO—Continued

row* AMD COUNTY •Mem. A.B. A. "New §StatetPriv.

*Oounty Seats. JMem. State B. Ass’n. [Estab.
05 In No. 4 F. R. D.
♦Fed. Res.Depts:T-Tnist B-Bond
CD C is Cincinnati Br. d-SafeDep.©Sav.$LastSa(e%Div.
Bealisrlile..... 479
Monroe K20

Liabilities.

PRESIDENT,

First National Bank.._©t'03 J. L. Decker...
*175-12% par 10056-883

VICE-PRESIDENT.

CUbHIER.

Asa’T Cashier,

W. S. Burcher___ Harry Brier*—

Capital

ther
78 OKI’OS­ LOiabili
­

S

25,000

)0 $ 185.00C

(Branch,

it land)...

Paid-up

Bedford_____ 6814 Cleveland Trust Co.„_T«I'04____

Cuyahoga D17

56-886

Walter Myers,
Mr

Bellaire___ 13,327
Belmont K20

’wnfincm
56-243

O. S. Gladden____ Mary Eggiman.

100,000

J. E. Green______ A. V. Nolce ._
J. E. Glffln, A. C. R. N. Perkins

300,000

par ICO

"-8%

J. M. McDonald ... C. Neff_____
J. A. Dn Bois

J. F. Mellott____
First National Bank
56-241 d®T»i’71 Q. W. Yost. Ch.

$225-s%por 100

UNION SAVINGS BANK
*125

par 100 56-245

d®»t§’22

C, W. Dickens.
C. M. Rodefer

0. W. Dickens....... W. H. Rieta_____ O. H. Koch

■uesunw
par 100

Peoples-Commercial Bank___
Bellevue_____6256 FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Huron E13

*250-12%
par

§6-472

d®*+’76

100

UNION BANK & SAVINGS CO.

♦ 56-473 dB©»t§’89

$ 58,000 $ 150,000

nan Baiii

i 34,000 1st N„ Pitt.; Un. Tr. Co.. Clev.
Bkrs. Tr. Co., N. Y.

878.76C1$ 114,050

411,650
10 3,667,880i

549,620

510,000 3,039,120

329,950 S 156,390

84,860 Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Bk. of
Pitt. N. A„ Pitt.; 1st Citiz. Tr. Co.. Col.;
N. Ex., Wheeling.

938,900

500,600

410,910 Irv. Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Huntington N., Col.;
1st N„ Pitt.

455,470

20,000

455,710

22,670

73,440

61,900 Bk. of Manhattan Tr. Co„ N. Y.: Mellon
N., Pitt.; 1st N„ Bellaire.

30,000

0

298,860

36,040

299,970

23,700

12,010

55,080 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N„ Oin.; Un. Tr. Co.,
Cleve.

100.000

0 1,200.000

70,000

632,120

438,400

90,100

273,500 Ohem. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Fifth Third
Un. Tr. Co.. Oin.; Union Tr. Co„ Clev.;
lst-Oitiz. Tr. Co.. Col.

L, P. Oehm______ N. F. Greenslade.. R. E. Wills______ W. C. Raish_____
I. T. Fangboner
Carl F. Hawk

100.000

0 1,443,660

27,500

924,450

662,690

17,060

132,260 N. City. N. Y.; Clev. Tr. Oo„ Clev.

rf. A. KNAPP. . . . . . . . J. E. WISE- - - - - - - - - - - 0. G. KAUFMAN_ _ _ H. B. WRIGHT—_ _

150,000

) 1,788,180

115,740 1,366,460

501,970

171,240

143,750[Gty. Tr. Co. N. Y.; Guardian Tr. Co.
and Union Tr. Co., Clev.

K. HILLIKER

E. W. Ramsey___ M. H. Ramsey

FRED C. SPITTLE—. G. G. SEILER_ _ _ _

SoSaIWiS!

Special attentlo n given Bill of La ding Drafts, Cash and Time Items.
_ Please send 25c tvi th each Sight Draft for presentation and 26e for Credit Repo
(Closed February 24, 1931)

H. C. STAHL.

Ch. of Bd.

A. G. AIGLER

WALDO MENCH

Save time and get service on Co Uections and ;Cre dit Reports by se nding
.FEE IN AD VAN CE: Plain sight drafts, 15c; Cre dit Reports, 50c. TRY US.
Bellvllle_____ 987 Bellvllle Savings Bank _®S’08 Isaac Gat ton_____ 8. M. Garber_____ Hoyt Ford_______
Harold G. Olin ....
25.000
Richland H13
*150-8% par 100 56-744
The Farmers Bank. dB®t5'08 J. D. Shafer_____ G. J. Ewers_____ H. L. Bigbee_____ J. B. Kochheiser..
26.000
*175-7% par 100 56-745
*200-8%
par 100

ties

i0

CHAS. S. HOCKETT. J,0.
*170-7%

)0

,TB

Principal Correspondents.
Ou> A Ii
<7flLAjrau,Df7i

100,000

Belle Center...861 Belle Center Bank Co. ...t|'86 William B. Ramsey R. G. Ramsey.
Logan HO
*200-8% par 100 56-783
•Beilefontaine
Logan 19
9543

'S

Resources,
Loan*
Honda
MISCEL­
and
and
Diaoounta Saourltiaa LANEOUS

)

457,720

132,860

233,640

42.800

)

269,330

222,040

58,430

8,030

Belmont_____ 674 Belmont National Bank_______ (Voluntary Liquida tion. Absorbed by F irst National Bank, Bethesda, Ohio, Feb
ruary 9, 1931)
Belmont J19
Belraore_____ 251 Beimore Banki Co.d®tS’07 R. J. George____ Chas. George.
E. Mathias_______
25,000
Putnam E8
*100-8% par 100

85,870 Union Tr. Co., Clev.; Citiz. N. Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Mansfield.
45,050 1st Citiz. Tr. Co.. Col.: Mellon N., Pitt.;
Un. Tr. Co., Clev.

)

153,890

99,130

51,900

2,310

Belpre_______1724 First State Bank........d®4§’28 W. W. Mills____ _ B. B. Putnam____ R. H. Morris_____
C Washington H17 *120 par 100 56-1364

30,530 Union Tr. Co.. Clev.: Home Bk. & Tr. Co.
and Ohio Sav. Bk. & Tr. Co., Tol.

)

203,960

75,430

121,430

3,680

33,750 Chase N., N. Y.; 1st N., Marietta.

48.920

77,810

Berea ...............5697 Bank of Berea Company
Percy Neu brand__ J. O. Wilson_____ J. B. Pomeroy,
Onyahoga D16
*200-12% par 100 56”l-578d®»tli’97
Sec. and Tr.
Commercial & Savings Bank Wm. H. Ames____ W. D. Gardner...
par 100
56-579 d®«tS'09 D. T. Gould. Ch.
Bergholx._____913 Bergholz State Bank _®«i§'03 J. E. George_____ J. Y. Walker____ A. G. McBane____
Jefferson H19 $150-8% par 50
56-890
Berlin Heights 569 Berlin Heights Banking Co. A. H. Matt______ S. L. Hill________ C. L. Hine______
Brie D13
par 100
56-849 d®»t8’83
W. H. Stephens
W. H. Moats, Tr.
Bethel_______1312 First National Bank... •ilQOO S. Bluestein_____ C. F. Davis______ O. L. Page_______
6 Clermont P7 »200-iu%
56-891
Bethesda____ 1159 First National Bank d®«tl900 A. L. Kemp......... . W. O. Chappell___ W. D. Bolon____
*225-16% par 100 56-720
Belmont K19
M. L. Huff
Bettsvllle_____656
Seneca Ell
Beverly..._____ 600
CWashingtonM17
Blgpralrle___ 205
Holmes H15

Bettsville Banking Company N. B. Flack____ _ W. J. Garn______ H. W. Davidson.
6% par 100 56-892 d®»tS’05
Citizens Bank Co__ d®»t|'04 C. R. Applegate... B. E. Hill. Act...
H. B. Yarnall...
*150-10% par 50
56-893
H. O. McNeal
Monitor Bank_____d®»tt'U B. A. Lake.............
C. S. Starner___
56-1214

25.000
R. F. Herman, A.Tr.
L. A. Fowles.

117,700

1 2,064,810

212,100 1

O. L. Smith______
R. A. Sanderson

100.000

I 1,550,000

100,000 1

150,000

60,000

25.000

390,690

10,000

225,710

183,490

15,840

63,840 Union Tr. Co„ Clev.

Leota Post______
Ruth Boehm

50,000

723,970

69,610

700,190

73,300

34,070

49,950 Chase N„ N. Y.; Union Tr.,Glev.

R. F. Homan___ _
Miss Abbie Towne

50.000

62,230

291,600

24,640

253,880

95,600

17,360

61,620 1st N., Fifth Third Un. Tr. Co., and Cent.
Tr. Co., Cin.

Grace P. Reynolds
C. O.Laws

25,000

62,680

670,300

73,050

441,320

297,040

11,990

80,690 Chase N„ N. Y.; Union Tr. Co., Clev.;
Huntington N., Col.
36,970 Guardian Tr. Co., Clev.; Com’l N„ Tiffin.

A. Sec,

H. E. Starner

25,000

14,260

199,730 .

155,680

34.920

12,270

3.5,000

82,750

494,650 .

231,300

299,300

370

12.500

32,820

132,410 .

121,950

9,130

3,200

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229,770 Chase N„ N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co.,
Chi.; Union Tr. and Guardian Tr. Co.,
Clev.
200.000 Chase N„ N. Y.; Union Tr. Co.. Clev.

81,430 1st N„ N. Y.; Cont. Ill. Bk. & Tr. Co., Chi.;
Un. Tr. Co.. Clev.; Mellon N„ Pitt.
43,440 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Union Tr.
! Co.. Clev.: Mellon N., Pitt.

Resources Over $90,000,000.00

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to each bank in U. S. exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bankers*
Directory, under the authority of The American Bankers Ass’n.

andCountt. (Mem.A.B.A.nNew JStatetPrir.
Mem. State B. An’n. [Kstsb.
‘County Seats.
No. 4 Fed.Res.Dist. ►Fed. Rei.Dept«:T-Trust B-Bond
G is Cincinnati Br. l-SafeDep.®Say.?LastSale%Div.

Town

Cashier.

Vice-President.

President.

Non-Bank Towns with Nearest Banking Point (In­
dexed Acces.), Lawyers, Laws (indexed) in back of this
volume. For Interest Hates, Holidays, etc . see Laws.

OHIO—Continued
ASS’T CASHIER.

Resources.
Liabilities.
Bonds
Cara * SxLeui
Subplus Depos­ Otheh
Miscel­ OHAHOM.DtJI
Paid-up
and
and
L
iabili­
and
its
Capital Profits
Discount! Sseuritisp laneous FROM BAMRB
ties
35,080 $ 307,690

86,690

50,670

106,970 Guaranty Tr. Co.,N.V.: 1st N . Cin.: Union
Tr. Co.. Clev.; Huntington N., Col.

8,000

200.000

11,000

11,000

34.000 Chase N.. N. Y : Ohio Sav. Bk. & Tr. Co..
Tol.; 1st N.. Fostoria.

24,400

183,050

16,370

25,960

24,580 Com’l N.. Tiffin, Com'l Sav. Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Tol.

762,770

460,600

193,480

41,000

133,930 N. Citv. N Y.; Cent. United N.. Clev.; 5th3rd Un. Tr. Co.. Cin.; Huntington N.,Col.

8.890

357.430

130.910

159.300

25.250

45.860 Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co., N. Y.; Mellon N.,
Pitt.; Union Tr. Co.. Clev.

25.000

57,220

435,440

23,860

320,970

112,430

59,390

48,730 Bkrs. Tr. Co.. N. Y ; 1st N. and Peo. N..
Wapakoneta; Un. Tr. Co.. Clev.

25.000

28,580

149,790

10,000

146,420

10,840

31,010

25,090 Fifth Third Un. Tr. Co.. Cin.; Huntington
N.. Coi.

J. 0. White............ H. J. Rudolph____
Ch. of Bd. and Pres. E. E. Bailey

100,000

28,840

548,520

95,010

542,620

107,630

30,240

91,880 N. City. N. Y.: Tol. Tr. Co., Tol.; Cent.
United N., Clev.

fE. M.FRIES--------- S. W. BOWMAN.......... J. N. LINCOLN-------- A. i. PATTERSON —

100.000

163,200 2,133,080

414,600

2,225,240

234,610

88,800

262,220 Cent. Han. Bk. &Tr. Co., N. Y.; Cont. Ill.
Bk. &Tr. Co.. Chi.; Ohio Sav. Bk. & Tr.
Co.. Tol.; Union Tr Co.. Clev ; Fifth
Third Un. Tr. Co., Cin.

60,000 Cent. Han. Bk.&Tr.Co..N.Y.; Fifth Third
Un. Tr. Co.. Cin ; Huntington N.. Col
24.690 Chase N., N Y.: Union N . Fostoria; Com‘1
Sav. Uk. & Tr. Co.. Tol.
63,070 Guardian Tr. Co., Clev

3. H. Irvin

3. P. Starkey_____

50.000

62,180

404,760

D. R. Campbell

Nina Campbell....

10,000

8.000

230,000

Zora M. Cooley.—

25,000

23,320

177,230

Bluffton_____ 2035 Citizens National Bank
Hiram Locher------ E. C. Romey_____ E. M. Hostettler..
C. Henry Smith,
"Allen F8
6% par 100 56-1298
d® t’20 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
Commercial Bk. & Savings Co. (Closed June 23, 193 1)

50,000

16,230

Bolivar_______ 506 Bolivar State Bank Company
TuscarawasH18 $136-6%
56-897
d®tS’04

. C. J. Lebold______ Grace Summers...

25.000

Botkins
488 Shelby County Bank .®«{|’13
Philip Sheets------- E.S, Sheets______ L. J. Behrns______
C. A. Engelbrecht
Shelby 17
6% par 100 56-898
Ch. of Bd, and Pres.
Bowersvllle___310 Bowersville Bank___ ®»t§’95 W.A.BowermeisC Qreene M9
par 100
56-900
ter,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres.

Blancbester. 1597 FIRST RATIONAL BANK
C Clinton N8
(200-6% par 100 56-642 d®«t’07 E. M. Goodwin, Ch.
Bloomdale____578
Wood BIO
20%

_
56-894

Bloomlngburg 543 Peonies Bank...............
C Fayette Mil

{Closed January 13, 1931 Liquidating)

Bloom vllle___700 Exchange State Bank
D. W. Fellers____ W. H. Pike ..............
Seneca F12
$160 par 100 56-896
d®tri3

‘Bowling Green
Wood D9 6688 $125-6% ♦ 56-470

nMRLMUH

"------- “

$250-15%
par 100

56-469

Principal Correspondents.

S. A. Lebold__

J. G. Hite................

< Special attentlo n given Bill of L adlng Drafts,
115c must be se nt with each Slg ht Draft for pres entatton, and
124c with eaeh request for Repo rt or Rating.
H. C. Royer-------Jas. Beard

125.000

65,000

450,000

155,000

350,000

285,000

75.000

25.000

8.930

136.210

16.500

137.470

22.900

1.580

C. F. Wood..............

25.000

17,010

393,410

5,540

272,180

92,020

8,690

C. D. Welty______ F. M. McCandlish.
Inez M. Kagay

50.000

56,640

423,520

35,000

365,120

93,710

44,170

62,160 Huntington N. and 1st Citiz. Tr. Co.. Col.;
Union Tr. Co.. Clev.

R. Z. Standt. See..

25.000

19,620

249,590

183,160

38,360

13,070

59,620 1st Tr. & Sav and Geo. D Harter, Canton.

Bridgeport... 4655 Bridgeport National Bank H. R. Jangling___ W. W. Holloway..
$350-22%
56-519
dB®»t’4C
Belmont J20
par 100
W. A. Lawyer------R. E. Davidson
Brilliant_____1682
W. J. Hnkill
$135-4%
56-1334
d®t§'2‘
Jefferson 120
por 100
Brooklyn
(See Cleveland)
Cuyahoga D17
Brook vllle.
1401 Brookville State Bank
H. B. Marshall .— I? • CiEUulI----------- Abraham Hay_____ J. P. Dafler...........
56-725 dB®»t5T
C. W. Bucklew
C MontgomeryK7 par 25

200.000

285,000 2,173,000 1,372.000

56,000

335,000 1st N., N. Y.; Union Tr. Co.. Clev. Mellon
N„ 1st N..and Far. Dep. N.. Pitt.

Bradford .... 1732 First NationalBank.®T»t'08 J. R. Allen______ 8. S. Miller.............. F. R. Dwyer..
$185-10% 56-635
C Darke J7
Mechanics Banking Co.®t5'08 H. R. Eortier____
6% par 100 56-901
Wood E10
Brecksvllle... 1308 Brecksville Bank Co. .©tl’19 W. IT. Nohlft
56-1294
Cuyahoga D16 $170-7%
Bremen,
1*3? First Bremen Bank dB®*J§’97
$210-12%
56-770
Fairfield L14
par 100
Brewster____1464 Brewster BankingCo..d®5’23
$155-6% par 100 56-1327
Stark H17

‘Bryan______ 4681
Williams D6

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NATIONAL RANK

H. M. Shelhamer..
A. D. Hufford. V. P. W. A. Lauffer
Press Campbell,
Ch. of Bd. and Pres

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CHAS. II WERT7 .

CHAS. F. HESTER— F. E. WITZERMAN-

366,000 3,085,000

.

25,000

14,580

196,780

_____

137,340

43,430

22,000

33,590 Chase N„ N. Y.; Mellon h., Pitt.; Steuben­
ville Bk & Tr Co.. Steubenville

60,00(1

62,160

684,610 ________

458,020

191,060

48.430

109,360 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr.. N. Y.: Union Tr..
Clev.; 1st N. ano 5th 3d Un. Tr. Co..
Cin.; City N.. Dayton.

200.000

151,061 1.875,820

350.000

1,344,181

904,521

39,661

288,621 Chase N., N. Y.: Union Tr. Co. and
Cent. United N., Clew.; Mellon N.,
Pitt.

150,00(

62.60C 1.262.49C

220,360

809.13C

644.81C

108,450

547.19C .................

321.24C

182.53C

28,870

133.06C Chase N., N. Y ; Union Tr. Co Clev.; Tol.
Tr. Co.. Tol.
77.78C Chase N„ N. Y.;Tol. Tr.. Tol.; Far. N. and
1 1st N.. Bryan.

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56-530
d®«t’8
First National Bank.®»f5 W. W. Morrison.. F. L. Niederanr .. F. L. Niederanr— Glen Betts--------P. M. Niederaur
$210-12%
56-529
O. S. Eaton
F. W. Radabaugh, C. M. Wertz. Tr...
Union Savings Bank.d®$S’9
Cash, and Sec
56-531

25, (XX

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THE FIFTH THIRD UNION TRUST CO.. CINCINNATI


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President.

fW. A. ILICKE-----‘Bucyrus ... 10,027 BUCYRUS CITY BANK
*325-is%
56-339 d®»ti’81 < Bucyrus Bill of
Crawford G12
115 CENTS gent
par 100
L25 CENTS for ea
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Farmers & Citizens Bank & G. W. Miller........
Savings Company d®»t5'08
$260-12%
56-340
' ____ . M
First National Bank dB®»t’59
250% par 100 56-337
rH.E.COOK______
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
*325-15%
56-338
d®«3'77
par 100
L 15c mast be in
Buffalo_______us
Guernsey L17
Burton..............597
Geauga D18
Butler________634
Richland H14
Byesville_____ 2638
Guernsey K17

Vice-President.

Cashier.

Ass’t Cashier.

W. F. MADER............ C. E. GEBHABDT —PETER METZGER
rs Unsurpassed S
to ug with each Ight draft for pre
ch credit report nsures prompt, p

R. E. WIDMAN
$ 100,000 $ 216,900 $1062 890 S
J. H- ILICKE
ervice.
sentatlon, and
ersonal attention •

E. G. Reid............... H. E, Kiess___
T. M. Kennedy,

T. C. Kies*
John P. Wyer

100.000

163,500

747,700

37,000

311,340

100.000

155,850

879,440

J. J. Quaintance .. A. S. Lea________
WESLEY BEAL_____ E.B.RUHL------------- l.'£ hScPeVhauer'

First National Bank. ©stl900 W, A. Thompson... B. A. Souders_____ 1. P. Finley______ W. A. Thompson..
*360-8% par 100 56-549
J .W .Thompson. Ch.

UNION NATIONAL BANK & C. A. Brown............
TRUST CO. 56-616 d®T‘t'63
par 25
(Merger of First National,
Fourth National and Harrison National Banks)
‘Caldwell____1778 Citizens National Bankd©t'02 V. E. Harkins,
Ch, of Bd, and Pres,
par
100
56-694
#t Noble L17 ^
Farmers & Merchants Bank W. D. Merry,
*850-12% 56-1218
d®t5'12 Ch. of Bd, and Pres,
par 100
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Noble County Nat. Bank In T. R. Hazard_____
Caldwell..56-693... d@t*27
*160 par 100
S. C. Donnenwirth,
Caledonia........526 Caledonia Banking Co.
16% par 100 56-847 d®«tS’06 Ch. of Bd. and Pres.
Marion Hll

Fred Sharon.......... W. C. Clifford........
John A. Hanna
J. F. Ross, Tr. Off. J. B. Cope,
A. Cash, and
A. Tr, Off.

25.000
200,000

J. S. Jones_______ A. L, Schafer_____ D. L. Harkins........
G. 8. UHman___ H. F. Morgareidge L. H. Tarleton___
D. Merry, A. V. P.
O. O. McKee_____ A. C. Okey______
W. J. Weir______ T, J. Pittman__

N. D. Hill
Lynn Underwood

National Bank of Cambridge R. V. Orme_______ W. N. Patterson... G. W. Smith____
*230-12%
56-259
d®‘t’63 C. F. Gross, Ch,
par 100
(E. C. EIKENBERRY W. K. SWAN—........ J. E. RANDALL_ _ _
j Ch. of Bd. & Pres,
Camden.......... 888 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
*170-8%
56-906
d®«t’06 ) Collections and Requests for Cre dlt Reports MUS
C Preble L5
par 100
(fee in advan CE: Plain Sight Dr afit, 15c.- Credit Rep
Campbell ...14,673 City Trust & Savings Bank
J. M. Reed
John Roberts,
Mahoning F20 t2#i.50-u% 56-1285 ®T»J§’18
Canal Fulton 1160 Exchange Bank.__ d©>J5'87 S. J. Nichter__ ... E. E. Shilling____ F. J. Mitchell____
{200-12% par 100 56-907
Stark G17
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Canal Winchester Canal Winchester Bank
W. J. Moore______ A, M. Moore............ E. B. Woods.__
56-813 d®‘t§’87
Franklin L12 906 par 100
Peoples Bank Co. ..d®»t8 04 L. W. Beery.
T. P. Warner______
(280-10% par 100 56-814
Ch. of Bd. and Pres,
Canfield
1015 FARMERS NATIONAL BANK H. J. Beardsley ... 3. M. Shively_____ T. U. Rose
Mahoning F20
1120-7% par 100 56-908 d®»t’87l

$ 186,020
1st Citiz. Tr. Co.. Col.; Com. Guardian Tr.
& Sav.. Tol.

751,400

74,630

86,400

98,000

261,380

183,170

52,150

100,000

727,900

332,250

40,260

134 870 Chatham Phenix, N. Y.: Cont. Ill. Bk. &
Tr. Co.. Chi.; Mellon N„ Pitt.; Clev. Tr.
Co.. Clev.
20,290 Mellon N., Pitt.; Cambridge. Cambridge:
Cent. United N„ Clev.
70,000 Chase N.. N. Y.: Clev. Tr. Co. and Cent.
United N.. Clev.; Mellon N„ Pitt.
40,610 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.; Cent. N..
Clev.

123,560

7,500

112,460

17,610

14,640

50,000

480,750

138.500

105,750

464,020

11,550

146,610

280,340

200,000 1,320,710

886,200

33,920

463,960 Irv. Tr. Co., N. Y.: Mellon N„ Pitt.; 1st
Citiz. Tr. Co.. Col.; Un. Tr. Co.. Clev.

427,200

433,610

39,170

494,130

246,490

25,500

114,590 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Union Tr.
Co„ Clev.; City N. Bk. of Com., Col.
129,670 Mellon N„ Pitt.: Ohio N„ Col.; Old Citiz.
N., Zanesville.

63,630 2,241,160

127,330 Chase N.. N. Y.; Union Tr. Co., Clev.;
Huntington N.,Col.

107,900

787,880

61,840

773,960

60.000

51,550

706,280

60,000

377.460

249,200

47,330

203,840 Chase N.. N.Y.: Mellon N.. Pitt.: Cent. N..
Clev.; Huntington N„ Col.

32.000

45,500

307,150

5,000

265,270

72,890

12,810

44,820

392,720

38.680 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Un. Tr. Co..
Clev.; Huntington N„ Col.; N.City Bk. &
Tr. Co.. Marion.
65,580 N. City. N. Y.; City N. Bk.&Tr.Co.. Col.:
Mel Ion N„ Pitt.
260,620 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: Union Tr.
Co. and Cent. United N„ Clev.: Bk. of
Pitt. N. A. ana Keystone N„ Pitt.
82.080 Cent. Han. Bk. & Tr. Co.. N. Y.: 1st N..
Pitt.:Union Tr Co., Clev.: Col. N„ Col.

58,800

341,180

33,930

46,850

53,500 1,435,860

77,800

725,010

588,430

143,100

50,000

41,030

564,300

50,270

516,770

77,250

29,500

100,000

128,000

640,000

72,000

585,000

125,800

90,400

50,000

17,100

385,200

128,610

395,900

85,630

13,000

J. Blank

472,460

46,580

16,900

138,800 lslN.and N. City. N. Y.: Mellon N. and
Bk. of Pitt. N. A.. Pitt.: Cent. United N„
Clev.: Huntington N„ Col.
86,370 Fifth Third Un. Tr. Co., Cin.

d by

(Branch
Paul

49,640 Chase N..N. Y.; Union Tr. Co., dev.

620,000

J. M. McFarland

W. H.PATTISON
T be accompanle
orts, 25c.

98,770 ChaseN„ N. Y.; Union Tr. Co., Glev.; Ohio
N„ Col.; Secur. Home Tr„ Tol,

60.000

50,000

P. i UnilFS

Principal OoRKsapoNDENTa.

60,000

150,000

. _..

.

Ethel L. Fowler.

THE FIFTH TFIIRD UNK)N 1 RUST CO., CINCINNATI

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65,150

62,160 $ 799,