|1902, front and back. Who's the guy (Wikipedia) in the picture?||1929|
|Bank notes from First National Bank of Carrollton. Why is a bank issuing its own money?!? Wikipedia tells you here.|
Kentucky State Bank
|Ernest Lewelyn||Fred Oney, First National
Bank of Carrollton
The news story of when Oney took over from Lewellyn is here.
The earliest bankers named here.
|"A few days ago Bank examiner Sanders, as is is wont, dropped quietly in at the Carrollton, Kentucky National Bank and began an investigation. Yesterday he filed his report with the proper authorities in Covington, and what it contained is known only to himself and perhaps is present custodian. The contents, however, may be surmised when it is known that since Mr. Sander's appearance at the bank, it's gentlemanly cashier, Mr. J. N. Vance, has disappeared, and the rumor has gained credence that $5,000 of the bank's funds has disappeared with him." Cincinnati Enquirer, September 18, 1888. More Here.|
|Carrollton Bank Robbery, August 20, 1863, here.||One of the 1863 bank robbers caught? Here.|
|“The Bank Directors have decided upon locating their banking house on the upper end of R. P. Butler’s lot, on High between Fifth and Sixth streets. The building has been contracted for, at $3,000, and the work is to be speedily commenced.” from the Carrollton’s Daily Mirror, April 10, 1852.||"It is reported here to-day that the Carrollton National Bank. formerly Howe's of Carrollton, Ky., was closed by the Examiner last night in consequence of an unsatisfactory financial showing. Cashier Vance is asserted to be $5,000 short." New York Times, September 17, 1888|
The Banks of Carroll County, in 1910.
The Kentucky State Bank
Peoples Building and Loan Association chartered in 1876, here.