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Citizens United

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What do Ontario, CA and Glasgow, KY and Warren, PA have in common?  Those are three towns of many that had National Banks with "Citizens" in their titles.  David Wooster, a general in the American Revolutionary War has at least one municipality named in his honor.  What state is it in?  By the way, it had a Citizens NB and the note I have posted there happens to have a nice radar serial number.  Keene, right?  Yep, it had a Citizens NB and was one of the first banks to have BEP produced plates which was a reason for Series of 1875 National Bank Notes!   sig.jpg

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Great set! I like the signatures on the Riverside note.

That set has a lot of room to stretch yet. I might start an "Old Citizens NB" set, then a "First Citizens NB" and so on. Baby steps for me, when I do start. So many ways to collect.

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Yes, Hampson and Clancy signed the Riverside, CA note.  Riverside could also be in my set on notes with titles having something to do with water... I have a few creeks, bays, lakes, etc. in that set.  lots of possibilities :-)

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Very Nice Set!!!

I don't have a lot of Citizen's in my collection and one of them you already have in your set.

Green Bay Charter 3884:

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