Saint Louis First National Bank 1926 Report

To the Stockholders of the First National Bank in Saint Louis, Statement of Condition, At the Close of Business December 31, 1926. Includes Board of Directors, Officers, and details for St. Louis Union Trust Co., and First National Company. St. Louis' Largest Bank.

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Names in this online transcription include Akin, Allen, Allison, Angert, Arthurs, Ballard, Bascom, Behrens, Berryhill, Bischoff, Bixby, Bliss, Boettler, Brookings, Brooks, Burg, Busch, Calfee, Carter, Catlin, Chase, Clabaugh, Clarke, Coffman, Collins, Cooke, Culver, Danforth, Davis, Dubrouillet, Eiseman, Eley, Ferriss, Filley, Fuchs, Fullerton, Gephart, Goddard, Gratz, Green, Grove, Grover, Grubb, Haill, Haines, Hamilton, Hawes, Heidenreich, Henderson, Hicks, Holderness, Hollocher, Hunt, Janis, Johnson, Jones, Kelso, Kennard, King, Kinnaird, Kuhn, Lamon, Lang, Langenberg, Lucas, Ludington, Mallinckrodt, Maloney, McCleave, McElroy, McGinnis, McMillan, Morris, Nims, Olin, Orr, Paulus, Pflager, Post, Pyle, Ramsey, Ravenscroft, Rose, Rowe, Schmidt, Schnepel, Shepley, Shoenberg, Simmons, Singleton, Smith, Stauss, Streett, Stuart, Thornton, Tompkins, Unwin, Walker, Wallace, Watts, Welch, West, Wieghard, Williams.

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