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Enid had eight National Banks chartered during the Bank Note Era, and four of those banks issued National Bank Notes.
 
Enid had eight National Banks chartered during the Bank Note Era, and four of those banks issued National Bank Notes.
 
  
 
== Bank History ==
 
== Bank History ==
 
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* Organized Nov 3, 1909
 
* Organized Nov 3, 1909
 
* Chartered Nov 20, 1909
 
* Chartered Nov 20, 1909
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* Conversion of the Enid State Guaranty Bank, Enid, Okla.
 
* Absorbed 11584 Dec 20, 1929 (American NB (No Issue), Enid, OK)
 
* Absorbed 11584 Dec 20, 1929 (American NB (No Issue), Enid, OK)
 
* Bank was Open past 1935
 
* Bank was Open past 1935
 
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* For Bank History after 1935 see [https://banks.data.fdic.gov/bankfind-suite/bankfind/details/4090?bankfindLevelThreeView=History FDIC Bank History website]
* For Bank History after 1935 see:
 
* [https://banks.data.fdic.gov/bankfind-suite/bankfind/details/4090?bankfindLevelThreeView=History FDIC Bank History website]
 
 
 
 
* Failed. Closed with government assistance Nov 6, 1986
 
* Failed. Closed with government assistance Nov 6, 1986
 
* Notation on Organization Report:
 
* Conversion of the Enid State Guaranty Bank, Enid, Okla.
 
 
* Bank History Research Resources:
 
* [https://banknotehistory.com/wiki/Oklahoma_Bank_Note_History Oklahoma Bank Note History (BNH Wiki)]
 
  
 
== Official Bank Title(s) ==
 
== Official Bank Title(s) ==
 
1: The First National Bank of Enid, OK
 
1: The First National Bank of Enid, OK
 
  
 
== Bank Note Types Issued ==
 
== Bank Note Types Issued ==

Revision as of 14:10, 3 December 2021

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First National Bank of Enid, OK (Chartered 1909 - Liquidated 1986)

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 Nov 3, 1909
  • Chartered Nov 20, 1909
  • Conversion of the Enid State Guaranty Bank, Enid, Okla.
  • Absorbed 11584 Dec 20, 1929 (American NB (No Issue), Enid, OK)
  • Bank was Open past 1935
  • For Bank History after 1935 see FDIC Bank History website
  • Failed. Closed with government assistance Nov 6, 1986

Official Bank Title(s)

1: The First National Bank of Enid, OK

Bank Note Types Issued

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A total of $1,448,590 in National Bank Notes was issued by this bank between 1909 and 1986. This consisted of a total of 116,795 notes (90,140 large size and 26,655 small size notes).

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

Series/Type Sheet/Denoms Serial#s Sheet Comments
1902 Date Back 3x10-20 1 - 7700
1902 Plain Back 3x10-20 7701 - 22535
1929 Type 1 6x10 1 - 3128
1929 Type 1 6x20 1 - 754
1929 Type 2 10 1 - 2358
1929 Type 2 20 1 - 1005

Bank Presidents and Cashiers

Bank Presidents and Cashiers during the National Bank Note Era (1909 - 1986):

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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