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Old Chester, PA: Chester National Bank
Chester National Bank Exterior & Interior (1903)
East side of Market St. above 5th
Photos above from Souvenir History
under the auspices of the Board of Trade
Published by George M. Burns, Philadelphia, PA 1903
courtesy of Terry Redden Peters
Presidents | Other Employees | Company History | Recollections
J. Frank Black, President
John B. Roach, President of the Delaware River Iron
Shipbuilding & Engine Works
National Bank was founded in 1876 by Col. Samuel Dyer and William Appleby.
It was first located on 3rd St., west of Market. The building pictured
above on Market St. above 5th, was erected in 1899.
Chester National Bank merged with Cambridge Trust Co. in 1930 and became Chester-Cambridge Bank & Trust Co.
Demolition of this building was begun May 12, 1936.
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This page last updated 10/18/05