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Image from page 1104 of "The Commercial and financial chronicle" (1908)

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Title: The Commercial and financial chronicle

Year: 1908 (1900s)

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Subjects: Finance Banks and banking Securities

Publisher: New York, W.B. Dana

Contributing Library: Robarts - University of Toronto

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ERS OF THE NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON AND BALTIMORE STOCK EXCHANGES Execute Orders on Commission for Purchase and Sale ofStocks, Bonds and all Investment Securities. BILLS OF EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD Arrangements made with Banks and Bankers in theUnited States enabling them to Issue their own Drafts onForeign Countries. Commercial Letters of Credit and Travelers Letters ofCredit issued, available in all parts of the world. Also Lnternational Cheques. Collections made on all points; Telegraphic Transfers ofMoney made between this country and Europe. Deposit Accounts of American Banks, Bankers, Firms andLndividuals received upon favorable terms. Certificates of Deposit issued payable on demand or at a stated -period. BROWN, SHIPLEY & CO. FOUNDERS COURT, LOTHBURY, E. C. AND FOR THE CON\KN1HNCK OF. TRAVELERS, 123 PALL MALL, S. W. LONDON The NATIONALUNION BANKof MARYLAND at Baltimore. 3 and 5 e. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md. Capital, $1,000,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $550,000

 

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WILLIAM WINCHESTER. President ISAAC H. DIXON, Vice-President MILTON B. WILLIAMS. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS ROBERT A. DIUGS, Cashier Bald- VVM. WINCHESTER, President. ISAAC H. DIXON, of Smith-Dixon Co., WholesalePaper Dealers. WM. A. MARBURG, Capitalist. H. CRAWFORD BLACK, President of the Black,Sheridan & Wilson Co., Wholesale Coal Dealers. R. BRENT KEYSER, President Baltimore CopperSmelting and Rolling Co., President Board of Trus-tees Johns Hopkins University. ROBT. K. WARING, President Central Savings Bank. DANIEL E. CONKLING, Capitalist. EDWIN G. BAETJER, of Venable, Baetjer & Howard,Attorneys-at-Law. Accounts and correspondence solicited.Excellent connections for collecting items on Southern Atlantic Coast Cities and States at rates dependingupon balances maintained by correspondents with us. CLARENCE W. WATSON, President Consolidation CoalCo., President Somerset Coal Co., President FairmountCoal Co. E. STANLEY GARY, of Jas. S. Gary & Son, Manu-facturers of Cotton G

  

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