1872 - 1922 A Sketch of the Early History, Growth & Present Condition of the Riverhead Savings Bank Issued in Commemoration of Its Semi-Centennial Anniversary
(Americana - 20th Century - New York - Riverhead Long Island)

Riverhead, L.I., New York: The Riverhead Savings Bank, 1922. F (44) pages; black and white illustrated throughout; printed in green and black, with marginal comments and titles, dates for chronology; portrait frontispiece of then-President Usher Benjamin Howell; history of the town of Riverhead, given chronologically with snippets of information, dates; followed by a "Contemporary Sketch" chapter which introduces the beginnings of the bank, chartering, incorporators, organization & expenses, showing some of the ephemera from the time - first set of books, first bank book, portraits of early secretary members, presidents, reports to the banking department, bank employees of the time - Herbert H. Howell, George M. Burns, Archibald D. Skidmore, Katharine G. Jenks; illustration of Riverhead's Main Street as it appears to-day; portraits of the board of trustees members; with a chronological list of officers and their tenures in office; a previous owner has marked several names in pencil as 'deceased'; prepared by Otis G. Pike, secretary; arranged and printed by The Review Press at Riverhead; approx.6 1/4" x 9 1/2" size; original light gray printed paper wraps; the booklet with filing holes at left margin, covers with some edge, tips wear and closed tears at top edge; old faint discoloration at top edge of leaves; good condition, interesting early Riverhead genealogy, social and business history ephemera. Good Paperback (Item ID: 24009)


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