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    Missouri Banking.
    The Story of the First National Bank of Jefferson City, Missouri 1871-1921, 20 pages; Commerce Bank - The Story of a Bank That Helped a City Grow The National Bank of Commerce, Kansas City, (Began as the Kansas City Savings Association), 20 pages; Building a First Class Bank First Edition The Story of United Missouri Bank, Brent Schondelmeyer, 1986, 160 pages; The Thornton National Bank of Nevada, Missouri 1869-1909, not paginated; Historical Souvenir and Statement of Condition, The First National Bank of St. Charles 1963, not paginated; The First Family of Banks St. Joseph, Missouri, John D. McCaskey, 1971, UMKC - Thesis, M.A., History, 261 pages; Compliments of the Boatmen's Bank, St. Louis 1847-1897, spine broken, 79 pages; Bremen Bank St. Louis, not paginated; A Foregone Conclusion: The Founding of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, James Neal Primm, 1989, 61 pages; An Introduction to the History of Coinage and Currency in the United States, Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis, 32 pages; St. Louis: A Fond Look Back: An Appreciation of Its Community by the First National Bank I St. Louis on the Occasion of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Founding of Its Predecessors, the Southern Bank and the Mechanics Bank Ii 1856, Martin Quigley, Peter Geist, Marjory Douglas, & Ruth K. Jacobson, not paginated; 80th Anniversary Mercantile-Commerce Bank & Trust Company, 1937, not paginated; Mercantile Bank Plaza Dedication July 7, 1997, not paginated; A History of Mercantile-Commerce Bank & Trust Company St. Louis, Missouri 1857-1948, Elizabeth Wagenbreth Owens, 241 pages; 1857-1947 Ninety Years of Progress Mercantile-Commerce Bank & Trust Company St. Louis, not paginated; The Family Tree of Mercantile Trust Co. 1855-1951, (Chart); 125 Years of Service, Mercantile Trust Company, National Association, not paginated; Historical Comments About Mississippi Valley Trust Company, 12 pages; Welcome to Our New Home Announcement Friday, January 2, 1931, Lemay Ferry and Military Roads, not paginated; South Side Trust Company, New Banking Headquarters Advertisement; Saint Louis - The Future Great City of the World - Biographical Edition, L.U. Reavis, 833 pages; Glimpses of the Past Earliest Picture of St. Louis, pages 71-98; Front Office Banker: The Life of Charles H. Huttig, 1863-1913, Carlos F. Hurd, 1943, 169 pages; St. Louis - The First 200 Years, not paginated; St. Louis Reference Record - A Newspaper Man's Motion-Picture of the City When We Got Our First Bridge, and of Many Later Happenings of Local Note, 329 pages; Early History of Money & Banking in Missouri, Redmond Selecman Cole, 1906, 92 pages; The Bank of the State of Missouri, New York City, Columbia University, Agents, John Ray Cable, Ph.D., 1923, 319 pages; Banking in Mid-America: A History of Missouri's Banks, Timothy W.L. Hubbard and Lewis E. Davids, 1969, 232 pages; One Hundred Years of Banking in Missouri 1820-1920, Breckenridge Jones, 72 pages; Banking in Early Missouri Parts 1 & 2, Harry S. Gleick & John Ray Cable. There will be no returns on this lot for any reason.
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