First National Bank of Enid, OK (Charter 5335)

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First National Bank of Enid, OK (Chartered 1900 - Liquidated 1909)

Town History

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Enid is located in Garfield County.

Enid had eight National Banks chartered during the Bank Note Era, and four of those banks issued National Bank Notes.

Bank History

  • Organized Apr 26, 1900
  • Chartered May 7, 1900
  • Succeeded Enid State Bank
  • Liquidated Mar 8, 1909
  • Succeeded by Enid State Guaranty Bank

Official Bank Title(s)

1: The First National Bank of Enid, OK

Bank Note Types Issued

1882 Brown Back $10 Proof. No image of a note is currently available.
1882 Brown Back $10 Proof. No image of a note is currently available. Courtesy of Smithsonian Institution

A total of $80,000 in National Bank Notes was issued by this bank between 1900 and 1909. This consisted of a total of 6,400 notes (6,400 large size and No small size notes).

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

Series/Type Sheet/Denoms Serial#s Sheet Comments
1882 Brown Back 3x10-20 1 - 1400 Territory, Oklahoma
1882 Brown Back 3x10-20 1 - 200

Bank Presidents and Cashiers

Bank Presidents and Cashiers during the National Bank Note Era (1900 - 1909):

Presidents:

Cashiers:

Other Bank Note Signers

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

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