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Postcard of banking room of FNB Miamisburg circa February, 1920.

The First National Bank Miamisburg, OH (1888 - 1988) was the more successful of two national banks in Miamisburg. It survived decades after the end of the national era.


Early History

The First National Bank was formed in 1888 when the banking company of H. Groby and Co., established in 1866, merged with the First National Bank.[1]

Bank History

In 1918, the bank received a very positive review in the Annual Labor Review.[2]

As of 1919, the First National Bank was located on North Main St.[3]

In 1988, the First National Bank of Miamisburg merged with the First National Bank of Cincinnati.[4]. The combined entity is renamed Star Bank.[5]

1929-T1 $10 note signed by Charles F. Eck, Cashier and T. V. Lyons, President.


Bank Notes Issued

A total of $1,811,100 in National Bank Notes was issued by this bank between 1888 and 1935. This consisted of a total of 145,607 notes (122,620 large size and 22,987 small size notes).

This bank issued the following Types and Denominations of bank notes:

  • Series 1882 Brown Back ($10,$20)
  • Series 1902 Red Seal ($10,$20)
  • Series 1902 Date Back ($10,$20)
  • Series 1902 Plain Back ($10,$20)
  • Series 1929 Type 1 small size ($10,$20)
  • Series 1929 Type 2 small size ($10,$20)

Official Bank Title(s)

  • The First National Bank of Miamisburg (04/30/1888)

Bank Presidents and Cashiers

First National Bank Presidents and Cashiers during the National Bank Note Era (1889 - 1935):

Presidents:

  • Henry Groby, 1888 – 1890
  • Newton J. Catrow, 1891 – 1909
  • T. V. Lyons, 1910 – 1931
  • Charles F. Eck, 1932 – 1935+

Cashiers:

  • Newton J. Catrow, 1888 – 1890
  • Elmer M. Hill, 1891
  • W. A. Black, 1892 – 1897
  • H. G. Catrow, 1898 – 1907
  • Charles F. Eck, 1908 – 1931
  • C. A. Schuster, 1932 – 1935


Other Bank Note Signers

  • There are currently no known Vice President or Assistant Cashier bank note signers for this bank.

References

  1. [https://books.google.com/books?id=2NsyAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA1011&lpg=PA1011&dq=%22First+National+Bank+of+Miamisburg%22&source=bl&ots=Zb8jmxn8yS&sig=eZk0bSbaHKz50O4TKbyJ4WEf9Sw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiXruaW_a3aAhWOl-AKHS6yDHM4ChDoAQgoMAA#v=onepage&q=%22First%20National%20Bank%20of%20Miamisburg%22&f=false Centennial Portrait and Biographical Record of the City of Dayton and of Montgomery County, Ohio: Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, Together with the Biographies and Portraits of the Presidents of the United States and Biographies of the Governors of Ohio (1897)]
  2. [http://www.daytonhistorybooks.com/page/page/5704069.htm OFFICIAL ANNUAL LABOR REVIEW: A Review of the MiamiValley Financial, Industrial and Commercial Enterprises In Sympathy with the Tenets of Organized Labor (1918)]
  3. Memoirs of the Miami Valley Volume 2 (1919)
  4. Dayton Daily News January 29, 1988.
  5. Dayton Daily News, July 6, 1988
  • Don C. Kelly, National Bank Notes, A Guide with Prices. 6th Edition (Oxford, OH: The Paper Money Institute, 2008).
  • Dean Oakes and John Hickman, Standard Catalog of National Bank Notes. 2nd Edition (Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 1990).
  • Banks & Bankers Historical Database (1782-1935), https://bbdata.banknotehistory.com