Letterhead from the Central National Bank of Philadelphia, 1892, addressed to Alexander Ennis Patton (1852-1904)

Letterhead from the Central National Bank of Philadelphia, 1892, addressed to Alexander Ennis Patton (1852-1904)

Philadelphia: Central National Bank of Philadelphia, 1892. 2 copies of the letterhead of the Central National Bank of Philadelphia, dated July 2 and 5, 1892, and addressed to A.E. Patton. Printed in red and black. The officers listed in the letterhead are: G.M. Troutman, President; Theo. Kitchen, Cashier; and T.L. DeBow, Assistant Cashier. The Central National Bank of Philadelphia was assigned charter number 723 when it opened in 1865; it issued 24 different types and denominations of national currency before it stopped printing money in 1935. The recipient, Alexander Ennis Patton (1852-1904), was the cashier of the First National Bank of Curwensville, Pa., at the time. The next year he was named the president of the newly formed First National Bank in Patton, Cambria County, Pa. He was elected to the Pennsylvania Senate in 1900. In Very Good Condition: lightly soiled; one lower corner of each is lightly creased. Very Good. Item #004853

Price: $45.00

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