This antique bank statement, dated January 1, 1892, was published for the Manchester Savings Bank.
The front cover (on the right) of the statement features an illustration of a snow-covered residential area of an old Victorian city, seen through an arched brick entryway. A boy is walking through the deep snow on the street. He is pulling something behind him, perhaps a sled of logs to keep the home fires burning in the cold winter weather. Information given on the front cover is: Manchester Savings Bank, Manchester, N. H. Cor. Elm and Market Streets. The back cover of the statement features an illustration of a snow-covered city, also visible through an arched brick entryway. A woman is walking on a snowy road, into the city. Information included on the back cover is: The Oldest Savings Bank in Manchester – and the – Largest in the State.
Inside the antique bank statement, on a pale pink background, is the statement of resources and liabilities, as well as the presiding officers, of the Manchester Savings Bank. They are as follows:
Loans and Discounts $5,368.308; United States Bonds 50,000; Railroad Bonds 866,162; City Bonds 323,450; Miscellaneous Bonds 145,000; Railroad Stock; 91,790; Bank Stock 71,193; Manufacturing Stock 42,500; Cash on hand 45,463; Total resources $7,003,867
Deposits $6,406,978; Interest 286,888; Guaranty Fund 310,000; Total liabilities $7,003,867
The president of the Manchester Savings Bank, on January 1, 1892, was Charles D. McDuffie. The trustees were: Nathan Parker, Charles F. Warren, Hiram Hill, S. N. Bourne, Frederick C. Dow, Walter M. Parker, W. B. Stearns, and Isaac W. Smith. The committee of investment: Nathan Parker, Charles F. Warren and Isaac W. Smith. The treasurer was Walter M. Parker. The tellers were: G. H. Holbrook and Mitchell Ward. The clerks were: Willis L. Mason, C. E. Longa, and M. F. Sullivan.
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New in my Etsy shop this week is a printable paper pack. A digitally stamped cluster design of vintage roses and French script is included on the left and on the right side of each page. These ink saver printable pages can be printed on the paper of your choosing.
Preview image is linked to my shop.