The official publication of the North Carolina Bankers' Association, with articles by and for professional bankers. Once a year, an official list of North Carolina Bankers' Association members is printed.
An anecdotal, narrative history of banking in North Carolina and the people involved in its history, organized chronologically. There is a quick reference in the back of the book that includes the presidents of the North Carolina Bankers Association from 1897-1987 and lists of banks in the state for the years 1950 and 1987.
Written by the 1899 president of the North Carolina Bankers' Association, this reprinted history examines the role of state legislation on regulating and chartering the first banks in the North Carolina.
An analysis of how the banking industry began in North Carolina. Includes information on the first charters (Bank of Cape Fear and Bank of New Bern), the creation of a State Bank, and a state currency.
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