Banks and banking -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from the Bass Photo Company in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1850 to 1975 and undated regarding people, buildings, street scenes, illustrations, and events such as Foch Day (November 4, 1921) in Indianapolis, as well as a few shots taken around Indiana.
Dates: circa 1850-1975, undated
Collection — Folder OBC234
Collection — Folder S2502
Scope and Contents This collection includes invoices, bills of sale, and records of payment for the extension of the Central State Bank in Connersville, Indiana, ranging from 1912 and 1913. Carl Smith was the bank's agent for construction. W. H. Garns served as the architect. S. E. Miller was the contractor. Costs are listed for wiring, lighting, painting, and other construction expenses.
Collection — Folder S2131
Scope and Contents This collection includes a June 16, 1933 letter, two depositor's bank orders valued at one dollar and five dollars and marked paid on June 15, 1933, and two unused depositors bank order receipts from the Citizens State Bank of New Castle, Indiana and sent to Edna Cunduitt at the State Capitol in Indianapolis. Miss Conduitt was the secretary of the Indiana Securities and Exchange Commission and had requested samples of script that the bank used during the bank holiday of March, 1933.
Collection — Folder S1877
Scope and Contents This collection includes "Felix Marcus McWhirter: 'This is My Life,'" a brief biographical sketch written by his wife, Marguerite G. McWhirter (September 1975); photocopies of a computer printout proof for his entry in Who's Who in America signed by Felix McWhirter and dated November 29, 1974; and the tri-fold pamphlet "Condensed Statement of Condition June 30, 1975" for the Peoples Bank and Trust Company.
Collection — Folder S1085
Collection — Folder S2898
Scope and Contents The collection includes an original handwritten one page document signed by Governor James Whitcomb on February 12, 1848, commissioning George Henry as Director of the State Bank of Indiana.
Scope and Contents The collection includes Harry D. Hartley’s correspondence and papers regarding his family’s property (1925–1940), particularly property in Kokomo, Howard County, Indianak, which was leased for an A and P grocery store in 1930. Also included is correspondence pertaining to his proposed book on the contributions of Hoosiers to the development of the United States and western civilization (1939–1951), and letters relating to an Indianapolis talk given by Arthur E. Morgan on his investigations into...
Scope and Contents This collection includes Harry D. Smith's correspondence to and from his family, specifically his cousin, David C. Spraker (brother of Sarah Eva Spaker Smith), a prominent figure in the Kokomo, Indiana banking industry; family photographs, and one glass plate negative ranging from 1890 to 1950.
Scope and Contents This collection contains fractional currency, interest bearing notes, and other forms of paper currency of various denominations, ranging from 1807 to 1863). The bulk of the collection contains state bank notes, both circulated and uncirculated, from Indiana during the "Free Banking Era" (1837-1863). The collection also includes bank notes from Connecticut, Michigan, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia (1835-1863); United States issued currency (1830-1863); a certificate of deposit...
Dates: 1807-1949, undated