Banks and banking
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
1921 Department of Treasury information booklet
Booklet sent to East Tennessee National Bank customers about the United States Treasury Department
Alexander Hamilton letter, 1792.
June 7, 1792, letter from A. (Alexander) Hamilton, Treasury Department, to Thomas Willing, president of the Bank of the United States. ALS 1 p. Transmitting the President’s ratification of a loan made to the United States by the Bank.
Andrew McMillan Bank of the State of Tennessee, bond, 1833.
January 5, 1833 bond between Andrew McMillan, Hugh A.M. White, Calvin Morgan, William Park and William S. Howell, all of Knox County, Tenn., and the Bank of the State of Tennessee. $100,000 bond for Andrew McMillan as cashier of the Knoxville Branch of the Bank.
Bank of Knoxville record book, 1853-1855.
Record book of the Bank of Knoxville, Knoxville, Tenn. 1853-1855. (58 pp. filled in). 1 volume.
Bank of the State of Tennessee minute book, 1830-1844.
Minute book of the Bank of the State of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1830-1844. Includes accounts of the annual election of Directors. 1 vol.
Branch Bank of Tennessee at Knoxville. Blank check form. 186[?]. (ephemera)
Branch Bank of Tennessee at Knoxville. Blank check form. 186_. Printed by Beckett, Haws & Co., Knoxville. 1 pc.
Broadway Federal Savings and Loan Association certificates of charter, 1961-1966 (Federal Home Loan Bank Board).
Certificates of charter issued to Broadway Federal Savings and Loan Association, Knoxville, Tenn. Federal Home Loan Bank Board. 1961-1966. DS 6 pcs. (Some tape damage from where certificates were on display in the bank).
Central States Morris Plan Bankers Association Summer Conference Program
Program for the Summer Conference of the Central States Morris Plan Bankers Association hosted by Morris Plan Bank of Chattanooga and held July 3-4, 1938 at Lookout Mountain Hotel.
City National Bank stock certificates, 1919 and 1929.
1919 City National Bank stock certificate (Knoxville) to Mrs. Nola Hill Davis for 25 shares. No. 671. DS 1 pc. City National Bank stock certificate (Knoxville) to Mrs. Allie H. Galyon for 25 shares. No. 1175. March 1, 1929. DS 1 pc. Empty envelope with 2 cent stamp addressed to Miss Ruth Davis, 420 Walnut Street, Knoxville, Tenn. 1 pc. Postmarked September 21, 1915.
Dickinson Papers (receipts, notes, Rhea correspondence, deeds and other papers re: Perez Dickinson and James Cowan).
East Tennessee National Bank of Knoxville $20.00 bill, national currency. Series of 1929.
$20.00 National Currency Bank note drawn on the East Tennessee National Bank of Knoxville. Ben A. Morton, President. National Currency. Series of 1929. #2049, serial # A006326A. Circulated, with pencil mark on lower left of front of bill. 1 pc.
Estate Inventory (unidentified).
Handwritten list of items followed by dollar values--apparently an estate list. List was written on the back of stationery from the Knoxville branch of the Ocoee Bank, George M. Branner, president. 186_. 10 pp.
Fannie E. Strong correspondence, ca. 1860s; Bank of East Tennessee currency.
Original letter by Mrs. Benjamin Rush Strong (Frances E. Danner) written from Knoxville, ca. 1861-1865. + transcription. April 5, 1864 note to Mrs. Strong from Lt. Gratz, Knoxville, re: departure into Rebel lines. Obituary of Joseph Churchill Strong, M.D. Transcribed from Knoxville Register, November 5, 1844 (tape on back). Bank of East Tennessee, Knoxville. $3.00 bill for 1852, 1854, 1855. 3 pcs. (some torn; tape damage).
Gene Foster Dunn Photographs
Hamilton National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn (1937 exterior, Thompson’s # A-3356 A1; employees and officers, 1937, Thompson’s #A-3329 A1, ID on back of photograph; 1942 interior Thompson’s # 11554 A5); “Gordon C. Greene” paddle boat and Knoxville skyline, 1937. B&W 8 x 10”
Hamilton National Bank. Letter announcing opening April 27, 1931.
Hamilton National Bank. Letter announcing opening April 27, 1931. Depositors of the Holston National Bank could reclaim 40% or deposits from the newly established bank after the failure of the Holston Bank
[Home Federal Long Spot Original], Pre-1956
Approximately 200 separate reels of 16mm film of various lengths, totaling several thousand feet, representing Vic Weals' activities as a journalist, news stringer, and industrial filmmaker in East Tennessee from the 1950s to the 1970s. Weals was a columnist for the Knoxville Journal for several decades. The collection includes raw footage, pre-print materials, and preservation elements for a 1957 sponsored film promoting the Knox County school system.
Hu L. McClung bank draft, March 30, 1841.
Hu L. McClung bank draft, March 30, 1841. Check written on the Branch of the South-Western Railroad Bank, Knoxville, Tennessee. Pay to Pay to Wm. S. McCampbell’s note, $195.87. Signed Hu L. McClung. DS 1 pc.
J.R. Allen correspondence
1) January 19, 1929. Typed letter to E.A. McSpadden (New Market, Tenn.) from J.R. Allen, Sheriff (Sevierville, Tenn.). Recommendation letter for Deputy James L. Butler. Signed. 1pp. 2) February 18, 1929. Typed letter to J.R. Allen, Deputy (Sevierville, Tenn.) from Bank of New Market (Tenn.). Request for collection on three notes - Harmon Loveday, Audrey Franklin, and R.M. Teague. 1pp.
Knoxville Banking & Trust Co,, Bank Book, 1912
Knoxville Banking & Trust Company, Bank Book, 1912 Bank book of Rosa Carr, paternal grandmother of the donor
Mary Katherine Dulin papers, school scrapbook, and artifacts. Gift of William Kristopher Kendrick.
Newspaper clippings from vertical files, Banks and Banking: City-County Bank; Hamilton National Bank; United American Bank; SIBC.
Newspaper clippings from the vertical files, Banks and Banking: City-County Bank; Hamilton National Bank; United American Bank; SIBC. Removed from vertical file and boxed for preservation
Nineteenth Century Ephemera.
P. Dickinson letter, 1866.
January 3, 1866, letter from P. [Perez] Dickinson, President, First National Bank of Knoxville, to U. S. Treasurer, Washington, D. C. ALS 1 p. Re: signature of new bank cashier R. M. McClung.
Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings of the annual reports of Knoxville banks, 1907-1983. Compiled by East Tennessee National Bank and later Park National Bank.
Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings of the annual reports of Knoxville banks, 1907- . Compiled by East Tenn. National Bank and later Park National Bank. Collected from newspapers where the annual reports were required by law to be published. Box 1: 1907-1914, 1925-1940, 1941-1958; Box 2: 1959-1975, 1976-1983; Box 3: Original Entries, Park National Bank, 1933.
Sevier County Bank. May 21, 2006 booklet produced for Grand Opening of the new bank building. (ephemera)
Sevier County Bank. May 21, 2006 booklet produced for Grand Opening of the new bank building in Sevierville.15 pp. 2 copies.
Southern Railway Employees Credit Union desk calendar
Printed desk calendar (all pages intact)
Tennessee Valley Bank 1948 Statement of Condition
Card with engraving of City Hall on front, inside has history of City Hall building (formerly main building for Tennessee School for the Deaf) and Statement of Condition for Tennessee Valley Bank for 1948, back has listing of bank officers and directors.
The Clark Collection.
United American Bank Collection (Butcher Bank Failures, 1982).
VWF-91, [date not determined]
Commercial for Home Federal Bank.