|Bank of Maysville, c. 1910||Interior, Bank of Maysville, circa 1928||Bank of Maysville, 1910||Bank of Maysville, 1924|
|Read an article from 1910 about the Bank of Maysville, here.|
Ballenger, Mitchell, Finch & Co.'s Bank
c. 1900. Later, Vance's.
|New First National
|First National Bank
of Maysville, 1912
|First National Bank Maysville, 1910,
The article that ran with it is here.
|State National Bank, Maysville. More here.|
We recommend the State National Bank's employee descriptions from 1930, here.
|“Maysville, Kentucky, is among the most lively towns of the west, and its business is greatly increasing, because of improved roads, &c. Its importations, at an ascertained value for the last year, were worth $1,021,000, and its exports $504,000. It is a place of deposits; the weight of the merchandise received and sent into the interior was 6,772 tons. The people of the town much need banking facilities, and, we hope, will obtain them, though generally opposed as we are sure to an increase of money-corporations.” From the Niles Register, January 31, 1835|
|Security Bank and Trust||Farmers’ and Traders Bank.
More about the bank is here.
Statistics on the Mason County Banks, from c. 1910, are here.
|Bank of Maysville,|
on 12 W. Third Street.
What stood there earlier? This one.
Forest and Pelham
These two palominos were the Bank of Maysville’s entry in the
Jan. 28, 1853 parade honoring Rosemary Clooney.
A. F. Poe, Bank of Maysville
|Farmers & Traders Bank Counter Check||Bank of Maysville Counter Check||State National Bank Counter Check|
State National Bank acquired the State Trust Co of Maysville on September 30, 1955.
“The new and handsome banking house of Pearce and Wallingford, in Maysville,
is rapidly approaching completion.” Courier-Journal, April 7, 1873