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Banks and banking -- Kansas

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Records:

Farmers State Bank and Overland Park State Bank telegrams

Call Number: RH MS P785
Overview These five telegrams to the Farmers State Bank of Lenexa, Kansas and the Overland Park State Park (Overland Park, Kansas) in early March 1933 contain instructions for restrictions on withdrawals of deposits, as well as mandated bank holidays. Issued in conjunction with President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Emergency Banking Act, approved by the U.S. Congress on March 9, 1933, these telegrams to Johnson County, Kansas banks were issued by Kansas Governor Alf M. Landon, Kansas Bank...
Dates: March 3-March 11, 1933

Jarboe family papers

Call Number: RH MS 294

The Jarboe family papers, dating from 1865 to the 1950s, document the history of an upperclass, educated family over a period of three generations. The family lived throughout Kansas and Oklahoma and were involved in banking, the mercantile business, farming, and gold prospecting.

Dates: 1865 - 1950

Kansas Trust and Banking Company records

Call Number: RH MS B35
Overview A collection of volumes regarding managing the receivership of the Kansas Trust and Banking Company of Atchison, Kansas, including deposit books with the Exchange National Bank, a cash book, and a tax register. Freeling Tufts was appointed receiver for the insolvent Kansas Trust & Banking Company in March 1893, when the company held $1,028.25, and spent four years attempting to bring about the company's recovery. He quit the receivership and returned to Kansas City in the fall of...
Dates: 1886 - 1904